Tributes - Retrospectives - Cinema on cinema
| 75 minutes | 2018
The grim routine of suicides, murders, shootings and mass killings in North America is as much in the streets and schools as it is in the home. The subject of firearms is controversial – and the presence of weapons in the home leaves no one indifferent. For some, guns represent a potential threat; for others, it is a legitimate right. However, if firearms arouse a fascination associated with power, force and strength, then surely the possession of one needs to be questioned. A review of our time and the question of arms, this film talks of a controversial, destabilizing and explosively hot topic. WORLD PREMIEREPresented by RIDM
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