Not Going Quietly Review: A searing look at the power of activism moulded by personal suffering

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Nicholas Bruckman’s Not Going Quietly follows the political and the personal life of activist Ady Barkan, who diagnosed with ALS, had confronted Republican Senator Jeff Flake on flight over his support for the tax reform bill. He tells Flake, “It’s your moment to be an American hero.” The film quietly turns out to document that moment, of a true American hero and an activist using his body as a site of protest.

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