It Doesn't Have To Be A War For That

An educational project about the February strike of 1941 for groups 7 and 8 of primary education.
Mien ten Dam-Pooters, participant in the February strike, tells her story. Her story is interspersed with contemporary, small examples of injustice and solidarity at school and on the street. True stories about exclusion, street violence, digital bullying and discrimination show how important, but also how complicated solidarity with another person can be.

Directed by: Margriet Kousemaker
Editing: Paul de Heer
Camera: Cees Samson, Bernd Wouthuysen
Sound: Erik Langhout, Martijn van Haalen
Music: Jan Akkerman
Producer: René Mendel / Interakt