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After experiencing a ten-year economic crisis, and facing the perils of climate change, the Puerto Rican youth does not trust the State anymore. They take to the streets to demand accountability from the government, and organize autonomous community centers to ensure their survival as People of Puerto Rico.

In this epic documentary directed by Juan C. Dávila Santiago, young Puerto Ricans craft their path to liberation, as we see the faces of survival and resistance. This documentary film has a unique point of view from inside Puerto Rican social movements. The director captures a series of major historical events as they unfolded right at the frontlines, including the protests against a U.S.-appointed Control Board, the aftermath of hurricane María, and the notorious Summer of 2019.

  • Year
  • Runtime
    120 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
    Puerto Rico
  • Director
    Juan C. Dávila Santiago