Return to Doncatraz (trailer)

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From the creator of Escape from Doncatraz, media activist Jay Baker, equipped with with cameraphones and a limited budget, the grainy footage of guerilla documentary Return to Doncatraz brings us a look into the rise of right-wing agenda in his hometown of Doncaster, and, sadly, Britain as a whole, as the rich and powerful have kept everything that was wrong about the post-war era, and rejected everything we got right, challenging the Tory claim there's no money left and showing why it's an excuse to slash-and-burn.

Starring Peter Tatchell, Richard Wilkinson & Kate Pickett, Richard Murphy, Billy Hayes, and many more expert opinions.

All archive material utilised under Fair Use for non-profit educational informative documentary purposes. No copyright or ownership is claimed over the contents of this film. Creative Commons license applied. Go to http://www.doncatraz.com for more information and resources. For all the figures, facts and stats on claims made in the film, get The Return to Doncatraz Reader here: https://gumroad.com/l/ReturntoDoncatrazReader

www.doncatraz.com
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