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The words 'Free' and 'Freedom' are spoken about 200 times in this so named documentary. I hate those words. The reason? The sunshine and lollipop concept folks have of the meaning of those words does not exist in this world. Gun owner or not. It does not exist. Their largest mission in this documentary is that 'good gun owners' hold 'evil gun owners' at bay. When has a 'good' gun owner ever taken action in one of the hundreds of mass-shootings that have occurred in the US over the past several decades? Never. Not once. They run, like most folks would, and the police go in and take control. A lot of 'good' gun owners purchase assault rifles and hand guns without any formal training at all. In fact most gun owners in the United States have ZERO training in how to test a gun properly. There are no laws that require this. Actually that is insane. The second amendment never had the idea of assault rifles or semi-automatic pistols in mind. It was written at a time when guns were used almost strictly for hunting. Stricter gun laws are badly required in 2017, and that is not unconstitutional. Hunt all you wish but Joe Blow from Atlanta does not need an assault rifle or semi-automatic. Its insanity. This documentary also fails to mission out that the United States has, by far, the most guns crimes/death/murders/accidents of any nation on Earth. In fact you can add all of the another 'Free' nations of the globe together and they don't come close to the number of gun crimes the US has. Baltimore alone has more gun crimes in a week than Canada has in a year. Those are the facts.
In my high school debate class, we are discussing gun control and my teacher chose to present us this documentary. The bias towards the more conservative side of American politics is displayed almost immediately, and is consistent throughout the whole piece. All of the folks Mr. Winton interviews are extremely pro-gun, and their credibility is questionable, with a popular outdoors celebrity and pastor being cited as experts on the issue. The absence of the another side of the argument is glaringly obvious, almost to the mission of distraction. Not one person that holds an opposing view appears throughout the whole film. There is factual evidence presented, however, it is generally vague and refers to "studies" but does not cite any one specific study, which calls into question the validity of this evidence. These "studies" also conveniently help each assertion he is making, one of his sources being a Fox News correspondent. These loose claims and flimsy evidence are a common trend throughout the film. Faulty analogies are often made, with the "Cars are deadly, shouldn't we ban them too?" As well as comparing the gun case in Switzerland to the gun case in America. The whole rhetoric of the movie is extremely emotionally driven, with vague patriotic statements made to evoke a feeling of nationalism or pride. The caricature of the government and the left as tyrants that only want to take away the freedom of the folks only contributes to this emotional agenda. This documentary is quite a divisive piece, clearly catering to one side while demonizing the other. As you may have been able to tell, I lean more towards the left when it comes to politics. However, I have been curious as to what the another side thinks about the gun issue, and I was hoping that watching this documentary in-class would present me this fresh perspective I was hungering for. I feel like this movie made some valid points. The absence of knowledge on the left when it comes to guns, in my opinion, is an issue, to name one point. However, the obnoxiously blatant errors and fallacies show within this piece overshadows any type of objective reasoning this documentary was trying to bring to the table, if at all. A real documentary that explores both sides of the trouble maintains objectivity throughout. Without that objectivity, it cannot and could not be taken seriously. This movie only illustrates that truth even more. If you are looking for an objective piece on the subject of gun control in America, this is definitely not for you. If you are looking for an over-dramatic and biased inflation of "the truth", you will love this.
Please give the game of this documentary full attention when considering whether to watch —the words "targeted" and "agenda" were not selected lightly. If, by assumption or misguidance, you were expecting a balanced exposition of every side of the gun control debate, this is not the zone to look. The filmmaker's sympathies are clear from the outset, and he does little—by which I mean nothing—to challenge them.Gun ownership is traced back to the time of the American Revolution and the Constitution (and soon to another countries), while the movement for gun control is presented as if it materialized in the last decade and not over the last century. Evidence-based argument starts with anecdotes, but even when stats are presented, they are at lightning speed, without critical context, and of questionable veracity (e.g. no consideration for developed/industrialized vs. non-developed/industrialized nations, vague remarks as to regulatory trends without examples).The filmmaker exclusively gives voice to those who accept with his own leanings, while the opposition is represented via a montage of carefully-selected, unflattering tv clips. "Taking away all guns" rhetoric isn't questioned whilst the filmmaker ponders why the another side seems blind to "facts" and conclusions he believes are "obvious." One interview topics nearly made me quit the movie fully due to the twisted rationale of him being an "expert" on the perversion of information, despite his career putting him directly in the class of folks the filmmaker wanted him to criticize. (The expert's finished failure to conclude his mission due to becoming distracted by self-satisfaction mid-anecdote didn't help, nor did his former position lend credibility.)The most frustrating moment comes when the filmmaker interviews a veteran police officer whose experience—career and in the context of the storyline he shares—could easy serve as an illustration for some of the most common proposed gun reforms (e.g. stricter screening, stronger/ongoing training requirements). It seems like a gross lack of insight to not recognize such as a mission of weakness in his approach, not that more could be expected given how blind the filmmaker is to any alternate view throughout. The lack of debate weakens the central premise by never presenting a challenge and the effect is a 70+ minute polemic.The number of minds this movie will ultimately sway? Likely zero. Not due to closed- mindedness, but due to the fact that it caters shamelessly to an audience that doesn't require convincing.
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