A truly breathtaking documentary, filmed during the factory takeovers in Buenos Aires. The Take, directed by Canadian journalist Avi Lewis and writtenby Naomi Klein, centers around one auto-parts factory, and of the lives and struggles of the 30 unemployed workers who decide to reoccupy, collectivize, and get it going again. Unsurprisingly, with this template, the film also covers the affects of globalization and Capital, the occupation movement as a whole, and the resistance, and repression, from the bosses, politicians, and judiciary. Quite superb. 87 minutes, in English & Spanish, with English or Spanish subtitles. Bonus features are the short film "Gustavo Benedetto: Presente!" and the documentary "Fire The Director: The Making Of The Take"