Millions Can Walk (2014)

01/30/2014 (CH) Documentary 1h 28m
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Jan Satyagraha – The March for Justice


Hundreds of thousands of Indian men and women – indigenous inhabitants and landless farmers – demand their right to existence by making a 400 kilometre protest march from Gwalior to Delhi. How can one fight for one’s rights without using violence? With such an important contemporary question, the film spreads far beyond the borders of India. It shows the multiple facets of this imposing protest march and focuses as well on the daily realities of these proud people.

  1. Christoph Schaub

    Director, Writer

  2. Kamal Musale


  3. Paolo Poloni


Top Billed Cast

  1. Pankhi Bai


  2. Ghinnu Kole


  3. Biras Topno


  4. Anil Kindo


  5. Rajagopal P. V.


  6. Jairam Ramesh


  7. Ramesh Sharma


  8. Robert Hunger-Bühler

    Robert Hunger-Bühler


  9. Phil Hayes

    Narrator (English version)

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Millions Can Walk
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Original Language English

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