Fifty years of May 68 requires, The Revolt arrives on the screens after many commemorations that have already taken place in 2018 at the cinema (and in the street).
[Translation] Seeking to show the current interest of the event, the documentary of Michel Andrieu and Jacques Kebadian has the particularity of being devoid of any contemporary commentary. As if the images and sounds of the time were self-sufficient, the duo of filmmakers opted for an assembly of archives and sound clips captured during the cacophonic months of May and June 1968. [ . . . ]