• Kajillionaire
  • Give or Take
  • Julia Scotti: Funny That Way
  • Khata
  • Single Street
  • March for Dignity
  • Summer of 85
  • Breaking Fast
  • I'm Moshanty. Do you love me?
  • Miserere
  • Mucho Mucho Amor
  • Making Sweet Tea
  • Standing on the Line
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  • Aerialist (The)
  • Transformation
  • Denise Ho - Becoming the Song
  • Emilia
  • Detroit Evolution
  • We Are Who We Are
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  • 50 Jahre nach Stonewall
  • Double Income, Kids
  • Mrs. Fletcher
  • Anna
  • Cold Pursuit
  • Five Feet Apart
  • Fiddler: A Miracle of Miracles
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  • Boys State
  • Pray Away
  • Fight (The)
  • One in a Thousand
  • Tahara
  • Ende des Schweigens (Das)
  • Dwitiyo Purush

Fight (The)

Country: USA, Language: English, 96 mins

  • Director: Eli B. Despres; Josh Kriegman; Elyse Steinberg
  • Producer: Peggy Drexler; Maya Seidler

CGiii Comment

For 100 years the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has defended the rights and freedoms guaranteed by the United States Constitution… rights that have been increasingly under attack in this divisive political climate. Since Donald Trump took office in 2017, the ACLU has brought 147 (and counting) lawsuits against his administration, fighting everything from the ban on transgendered people in the military to immigrant family separation at the border. At the same time, the ACLU has stood up for the rights of alt-right and white supremacists groups to demonstrate and to speak freely. No matter who you are or what you stand for in this country, the ACLU will protect your civil liberties. This unwavering stance has caused some serious backlash from both sides of the aisle. Nevertheless, this dedicated group of lawyers continues to work tirelessly to ensure constitutional freedom for everyone, making huge personal sacrifices in the process. Following a handful of these unsung heroes, THE FIGHT captures some of the ACLU’s biggest recent trials through their victories and defeats. Produced by Kerry Washington, this incredibly moving documentary sheds a critical light on the people who have suffered most under recent legislation and on the lawyers who have worked hard to make their voices heard.