In a dystopian Mexico, a drug-addicted father tries to survive with his young daughter Huck. He works as a groundskeeper at a baseball field where narcos hang out.
When the narco boss schedules a fiesta, a rival gang attacks, and to the sound of mariachis, the violence escalates. The next day, only Huck and the cartel's wounded boss, who turns out to be transgender, are left - a showdown ensues.
Filmmaker Hasan is seething with rage. He is banned from working and a serial killer is killing all the other directors in town. All except Hasan. Isn't he the best director in town?
So why is he being neglected? On top of that, his star actress is getting impatient and wants to work with other directors. His wife doesn't seem to love him anymore, and his mother is starting to get demented.
When a series of bizarre misunderstandings make Hasan the prime suspect in the serial murders and social media is in an uproar, he must come up with an ingenious plan to restore his reputation....
The documentary is based on newly discovered, powerful archival material documenting the most daring moments in the struggle for liberation in the Africa.
CONCERNING VIOLENCE describes an exploration into the mechanisms of decolonization through text from Frantz Fanon's "The Wretched of the Earth". Fanon's landmark book, written over 50 years ago, is still a major tool for understanding and illuminating the neocolonialism happening today, as well as the violence and reactions against it.
The film focuses on the emancipation of the woman, which is part of colonial liberation. As a cinematographic essay combining Fanon's text, Lauryn Hill's voice, archive material and music, the film translates the complex theoretical ideas into an emotional film experience..