Stop me if you’ve heard this one before.
This compelling, modern day David and Goliath tale that follows a small group of inner city residents who took on the combined might of corporate and government interests. What begins as a simple case of residents fighting for compensation for the damage to their homes, as a result of the construction of an Inner-city freeway tunnel, turns into an epic struggle for justice. The documentary reminds us that when corporate and government interests marry there is a very real danger that accountability will be undermined and individual rights sacrificed. It is a story of lies, missing files, delaying tactics and intimidation. A personal and inspirational story that thematically touches us all.
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