The Take (2004)

The Take Documentary Film

The Take: This 90 minutes documentary film is released on September 22, in the year 2004. This documentary film is directed by Avi Lewis, Canada’s most outspoken journalists and written by Naomi Klein, author of the international bestseller, champion a radical economic manifesto for the 21st century, had explained that many industrial plants closed, due to the economic policies of the Carlos Menem government. Under the alert eye of the international monetary fund “IMF”, for the protection of bankruptcy, the company appeared to be selling off property. The film roll around the simple drama of workers’ lives and their efforts for the demand for dignity and the injustice of dignity.

This documentary film shows the collective movement, that has derived strength in Argentina, began with a garment factory several years earlier. The factory workers walked through the courts and legislative system, with help from those experience groups, who had fought back the same battle and ultimately secured their right to operate the plant. They all wanted to re-start the silent machines. However, this simple act The Take has the power, to turn the globalization argument on its head. In the wake of Argentina’s dramatic economic collapse in 2001, Latin America’s most halcyon middle class comes up itself in a ghost town of abandoned factories and mass unemployment.

The Take further explains that the Forja auto plant lies inactive, until its former employees take action. They were part of a daring new movement of workers who were engrossed the bankrupt businesses and making jobs in the ruins of the failed system. However, Freddy, the president of the new workers’ co-operative, and Lalo, the political human dynamo, from them movement of recovered companies knew that their success is far from secure.

In Argentina most of the workplace occupation, workers were running the gauntlet of courts, cops and politicians, who were either given their project legal protection or violently evict them from the factory.

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