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  • Actors: Andrew Breitbart, David Horowitz, Brandon Darby
  • Directors: Stephen K. Bannon
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.77:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Magnolia Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: September 25, 2012
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (307 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B008H6GHKG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #118,392 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Occupy Unmasked takes viewers into the Occupy Wall Street camps around the country from New York to Los Angeles providing a first-hand look at violence and intimidation occurring within them, as well as to expose those at the heart of the events and to reveal the highly orchestrated nature of the movement. Exclusive footage and eyewitness accounts document criminal activity and raw brutality in the camps the majority of these incidents have not been reported by the mainstream media, which has in contrast portrayed the Occupy movement as self-organizing and non-violent.
Occupy Unmasked features the conservative visionary Andrew Breitbart and journalists Brandon Darby, David Horowitz, Pam Keys, Anita MonCrief, Mandy Nagy, and Lee Stranahan. Written and directed by award-winning director, Stephen K. Bannon (The Undefeated, Generation Zero) and produced by David N. Bossie (Border War, Perfect Valor), Occupy Unmasked is a shocking indictment of one of the most controversial movements in American history.

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I will say that when you watch this movie, you'll probably get mad.
Dee in Alaska
Breitbart did an awesome job of telling the world who the Occupy movement was, what they wanted and who was benefitting from their tactics.
James D. Crabtree
The problem is that it feels too repetitive and low on information to fill the time limit.
Lunar Boulevard

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29 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Lunar Boulevard on January 18, 2013
Format: DVD
I have a lot of respect for Andrew Breitbart and he was certainly a brilliant guy, yet this film doesn't truly represent the great insights that he had. This documentary does a decent job of showing the roots of the Occupy Wall Street movement, though it wasn't hard to see the hypocrisy and contrived nature that these demonstrations were displaying. After all, it's pretty silly to protest in front of big corporations when you're wearing designer clothes, texting on an iPhone, and storing your money in the very banks you claim are corrupt. The film certainly exposes the ignorance and chaos that ensued from these disorganized campouts.

The problem is that it feels too repetitive and low on information to fill the time limit. If this had been a 30 minute special then it would have been captivating, yet after an hour you can only watch so much footage of the same thing happening before you begin to tune out. I had to struggle to pay attention and keep myself invested in what was happening. The first half hour is great and looks at some of the people and incidents that the media didn't cover; after that there's not much that really happens and ultimately it makes the film less effective. The pacing and flow were simply too jumpy to make the experience appear seamless, even though the information presented is quite good in and of itself.

Regardless of how you feel about the movement, this is certainly worth looking into. I just wish it had been more coherent and featured more information for the last 45 minutes.
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129 of 184 people found the following review helpful By Grant on September 24, 2012
Format: DVD
I was lucky enough to see an advanced screening over the summer and all I can say is WOW! This movie is hard-hitting with first-hand footage from OWS that you have to see to believe. The primary source footage is really what makes this movie stand out and proves OWS is lying when they attack the movie as false propaganda. Also the fact that many of the commentators in the movie are former leftist activists - including one who started out supporting OWS - really lends credibility to the movie.

If you're an OWS supporter who hasn't seen the movie - like the two people who gave the movie one star CLEARLY are! - you need to see it before you make up your mind and reject it. I have a feeling you'd be singing a different tune.
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63 of 91 people found the following review helpful By Laird M. Wilcox on October 1, 2012
Format: DVD
When I finally watched the full film I was very impressed. Had these same people been right-wingers the media would have pounced on them and shredded them to pieces. But they weren't. They were progressive leftists and got an enormous pass. As a civil libertarian I have no objection to anyone having their say, but this group was more than just a protest -- it's the stalking horse for a serious street-level revolutionary movement that will bring a host of abuses in its path. The film is well done. You get the feeling of being there and of actually encountering the people of the Occupy movement.

I was present at a number of radical protests in the 1960s, including one where a university building was burned and a person was killed. This reminds me of that period -- the same intensity of emotion, radical rhetoric and mutually reinforcing actors in play. When you contrast this to a Tea Party meeting, with its music, flags and Uncle Sam suits, you can see the kind of America each of them wants. I marked it down one star because it does have a strong detectable bias, although that's in the nature of films like this.

If you want to understand this movement, you need to have this film and contrast it with sympathetic accounts of Occupy. There's a tendency to judge a movement in terms of what it says about itself and that is never complete. Unless you consider adversarial perspectives as well, you are not even close to being fully informed. This film provides that.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Andrew G. Moreno on January 28, 2014
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Indigent, jobless young people. Who dislike rich people. Who dislike the police. Who voted for the Dear Leader. Who are pawns of Unions. Who fantasize about a welfare state with enforced equality. Oh God, and Saul Alisnky. Of course, the list goes on. Anyone who follows contemporary American politics can see where this is going... This film is filled with many, many things that the typical conservative American probably despises. Like Mr. Moore's "documentaries" (filled with many, many things the typical liberal American probably despises), Mr. Breitbart's work is full of sensationalism, often depicting an unbalanced perspective which is very obviously not based on how things likely really are. And I say "likely" because, of course, real life is "likely" a bit more complex than these two can handle. Fortunately, we have good citizens like Mr. Moore and Mr. Breitbart to present a biased lens through which we might look at complex things like gun ownership, capitalism, or the occupy movement. I'd argue they are both equally transparent, and that "big fans" of either producer probably represent the edges of American society. Easy targets, loads of dogma, strident side-taking; all things that our society needs more of.

All in all, see it for yourself, and decide for yourself. If nothing else, you'll love the scary music and the freak show of possibly some of the most inarticulate representatives of the occupy crowd.

This is really only worth seeing if you can stream it for free through Amazon Prime. If you can make it through the whole thing (I couldn't), you will be glad you didn't pay for it. Also, if you are the sort who would take either Mr. Breitbart or Mr.
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