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On Modern Servitude by Brient, Jean-Francois

On Modern Servitude provokes the viewer into seeing people in contemporary capitalist society as modern day slaves. The modern day human being lives an unfulfilling life in which he or she is alienated and exploited without realizing it. However, this servitude is voluntary and in most cases unconscious. The film is described by the director as a militant tool whose purpose is to inspire the greatest number of people to question themselves and to spread this criticism to where it has had no access.

Director
Brient, Jean-Francois
Copyright Holder
DocsOnline
Duration
52 min.
Year of release
2009
Language
English

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