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Together We Can Defeat Capitalism

USA, 2000 (MIFF 2001, Experimental)

Director: Andy Cox

A low-tech, low-budget record of the eponymous US guer­rilla art group's drolly subversive interventions in globalised corporate culture Part infommercial. part manifesto, part performance, it promotes the maxim 'There is no outside of the system.'

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