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Film: Why I Love Shoplifting From Big Corporations

subMedia completes second short film inspired by crimethinc's manifesto
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subMedia completes second short film inspired by crimethinc's manifesto.
Independent media group subMedia, has completed a short film inspired by crimethinc's book 'Days of War, Nights of Love'. The short is entitled 'Why I Love Shoplifting from Big Corporations'. It is a short story of a young American striving to survive in a corporate dominated world. The film 'steals' portions of a chapter of the crimethinc tome and uses punk rock by Black Mona Lisa as a soundtrack.

This is subMedia's second attempt at adapting a portion of crimethinc's masterpiece. The first one was 'Join the Resistance: Fall in Love' which was downloaded over 100,000 times and was screened worldwide from Manila to Berlin.

'Shoplifting is part of a new DVZ (DVD/Zine) entitled 'Molotov'. To view the film click here and for more information contact Franklin Lopez or go to WWW.SUBMEDIATV.COM

 

 
 


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Re: Film: Why I Love Shoplifting From Big Corporations

A very slick, professional piece. I'm impressed.

It's too bad all their criticisms of corporate American stores apply equally to the local mom and pop store, and the local organic grocer.

I don't steal from anyone, rich or poor. So don't steal from me.
 

Re: Film: Why I Love Shoplifting From Big Corporations

Show me one owner of a mom and pop corner grocery store, or owner of an organic grocery store like New Leaf or Food Bin, who agrees with this.

They don't. Theft is theft. New Leaf expects you to pay for food too. Food Bin won't give you any of the things you "need for my survival" for free.

Let's steal from everyone. It's so liberating and empowering!

There's a sign in the door of a metaphysical supply store in Boulder Creek that says "If you don't believe you should have to pay for things you want, stay out!"

It's an independent, small time, locally-owned, spiritual store whose owner is firmly against shoplifting.
 

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