What would it mean to win? a film by Zanny Begg and Oliver Ressler

The anti-G8 protests in Germany's Heiligendamm in the summer of 2007 were a significant climax of leftist movement practice. And not least for the reason that they proved that the anti-globalisation movement some six years after 9/11 has by no means come to an end. The myths of Genoa and 9/11 as a double catastrophe and the beginning of a decline of the social movements in the summer of 2001 have proved themselves wrong. The metamorphoses of the movement are multifarious, and fractures cannot be dismissed either, but not in the sense of a decline, rather in the sense of ruptures and transformations, of inventions and recompositions, of the search for new forms of political organisation and social concatenation.

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