War/Peace documentary film is re-introducing radical student activists from the late 60s. Ex-leaders of The Weather Underground movement Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn are controversial characters in the United States based on public opinion. For decades the government and press have tried their best to silence these minds. The world is changing and nobody can predict what is to come. This film will serve as a historical reminder of what happened the last time a group of young minds planned to take over the government in the United States. The film is also asking a question; how can we make a change if a peaceful demonstration is not effective and violence only brings more violence? What can we do?
Inderjit Kaur Khalsa Inderjit Kaur Khalsa (1970) was born in Finland but lived for some time in the USA. She devotes her time to film, theatre, and yoga. The Boys of Bensonhurst, Brooklyn (2014) was her first feature-length film.