Yr Aflonyddwch Mawr welcomes this film as an honest assessment of the limits and the success's of the struggle of the Icelandic People in the never ending war with global neo -liberalism.
There are universal and not just specific Icelandic lessons to the struggle in Iceland and this film is a contribution to understanding the universal contributions.
Filmed in Reykjavik between 2012 and 2014, the documentary meets the instigators of the changes and follows the most important National Referendum in Iceland’s history.
Giving the Icelandic people the opportunity to decide whether to support a constitution that had been created through a popular grassroots movement.
Through this we explore the Icelanders’ story of their nation and the changes but also what lessons can be learned globally from their experiences.
In light of a growing international trend towards grassroots movements crossing over into mainstream politics.
This documentary is a timely portrayal of one such movement and their struggle to change the face of democracy.