One Fine Day

Klaas Bense Short documentary - 2012 - 58 min.

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A relatively minor and peaceful action can have a decisively positive impact on society. Klaas Bense meets remarkable ‘normal’ people from different cultures and creeds, who set individual examples, thereby triggering social change. At a medal award ceremony at the 1968 Olympics, the black American athlete John Carlos brought the Black Power salute to protest against racism. A Chilean student led the Penguin Revolution in Chile, which enabled free education for all social strata. Elsewhere, an East German clergyman, a Burmese monk and a Chinese Internetter took action. A tribute to the transformation of anger and impotence into positive energy.


Director(s) Klaas Bense
Script Klaas Bense
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Dennis Jensen
Felipe Reyes
Tobias Fritzsch
Visual Effects
Hans Loosman
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