Take a journey back in time. Right now, it is November 1, 2011, and you are in Zucotti Park. As you raise your voice in harmony with the overnight crowd to battle for the 99 percent, the fuzz are ordered to cease you as they clear out the park, and the judge orders the final verdict that brings about an end to Occupy Wall Street.
"It isn't over," you shout as they take you away, and your fellow comrades shout in return "We are the 99 percent!"
The tension is thicker as the winter looms for over three months now, and patience is starting to wane. This is the scene for Occupy Wall Street which has undeniably lead one of the largest protest movements in U.S history and now Simonet Productions is taking on OWS as they present their upcoming film production of this historic movement.
The short film Double Take is written by Richaud Valls and Lorain James with Max Van Bel. It tells a story about two friends who find themselves divided by the 99 percent and the 1 percent line, while showing a vivid account of the occurences at Zucotti Park.
Simonet Productions is renowned for their high quality film production and the production company works with a number of clients around New York City including the Soho House, and music artist Christian Sbailo. The company consistently explores a different approach to film production and provides optimum services for high quality images and short movie production. In this way, Simonet Productions invites the opportunity for clients to display their varied interpretations and a unique individual style for short films.
This short film on OWS by Simonet Productions is a must see for everyone, so if you're a frequent movie goer, look forward to this great film soon.