Tear Gas Holiday: Quebec City Summit 2001
2003, 75:00 minutes, colour, Eng, Span, Fr, sub
Tear Gas Holiday: Quebec City Summit 2001 is a feature length activist documentary that tells the story of the activists who traveled to Quebec City in 2001 to protest at the Summit of the Americas.
"A powerful account of a transformative moment in Canadian history, told through the tear gas stained eyes of those who were on the front lines."
- Naomi Klein, author of No Logo and Fences and Windows.
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