This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Much like Winter on Fire, there is some amazing footage in here of frontline anti-racist/anti-fascist direct action, and the editing helps maintain a brisk pace as it wheels through a year's worth of time if not footage. However, some of the presentation (particularly those closing scenes) seem worryingly liberal in their outlook if I am reading them correctly, presenting the ongoing fight as counter-productive and ungrateful in much the same way that the earlier Fox News footage does. I get the sense from reviews of Ly's first feature that this might be symptomatic of his outlook but there is enough here to intrigue me nonetheless.