Paying The Price For Peace | Paying The Price For Peace
Paying the Price for Peace is a feature-length documentary starring: S. Brian Willson, Dan Ellsberg, Ed Asner, Martin Sheen, Blase Bonpane, Colonel Ann Wright, Ron Kovic, Medea Benjamin, Alice Walker, Bruce Gagnon, & David Swanson, and other current outspoken anti-war veterans of the US Wars including Iraq and Afghanistan.
Veterans For Peace, anti-war, anti-war movement, peace, peace activism, U.S. Foreign Policy, war, illegal wars, peace law, human rights, human rights law, international law, international peace law, laws of war, war protest, S. Brian Willson, Ron Kovic, Daniel Ellsbert, Chelsea Manning, Medea Benjamin, Code Pink, Cindy Sheehan, Veterans against the Iraq War, Veterans against the war in Afghanistan, David Swanson, Bruce Gagnon, Phil Donahue, Martin Sheen
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Paying The Price For Peace

28 Jul Paying The Price For Peace

Paying the Price for Peace is a documentary that reveals the life and journey of Brian Willson taken from a rich photo and video archive of the events throughout his life until the present. Whether we see and hear Brian at anti-war protests, sitting in front of the train that nearly killed him, to his unending support of people in Central American nations against, Willson puts forward his beliefs and challenges us to do the same. As he says repeatedly regarding human lives in other countries, “we are not worth more, they are not worth less.”

This film will provoke changes in the hearts of minds of all who consider themselves to be compassionate human beings. We hear from supporters from people like Blase Bonpane, Martin Sheen, Ed Asner, to Dorothy Granada, Joan Baez, Jesse Jackson, Kris Kristofferson, and others.

Award winning documentary filmmaker Bo Boudart presents an insightful and powerful film about the subject of war and how we are all involved, without exception. The real question becomes; what are we willing to do about it? Brian Willson suggests how.

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