A documentary has been produced about the Occupy Wall Street movement in New York City, U.S.A. Interviews with protesters are included and views are given by other people in the street.
Although spring in New York is still chilly, the Occupy Wall Street (OWS) members are out in the streets trying to make their case.
The movement includes people from very varied backgrounds, but the agenda remains the same. They are fighting against income inequality, the corruption of the banks and multinational corporations, against foreclosures on peoples' homes, climate change and police brutality.
Above all, protesters want to meet in person in the streets to talk about the situation and the protesting is all about the courage of ordinary men and women, stating the truth to those in power.
The 26 minute documentary also takes us to the offices of occupy.com, an independent news service that has been created for online communication between protesters.