Shot from the hip on mini DV, and intercut with unusual protest footage dating from the Russian revolution to Berkeley in the ‘60s, the main narrative line of Free Trade is Killing My Mother is Guy and Jamie’s journey to find the Zen of the anti-globalization protest movement – What is it? Who owns it? Who is merely renting headspace? – And try to figure out their rightful place in it.
An hour-long idiosyncratic and revealing documentary from inside the anti-globalization revolution.