You are at a conference alongside fellow strategists watching a documentary tracing an entrepreneurial, fourth-generation immigrant, Shinzo. He has video footage that implicates a secret alliance between the police and Omnidirection Tech Company, together provoking violence at a peaceful immigrant rights protest to justify cracking down the undocumented. However, Omnidirection is a client at a consultant firm he works for. Shinzo knows he can either leak it or delete it, but he doesn’t know his decision-making is monitored closely...
Supported by the City of Melbourne COVID-19 Arts Grants, and amplified by Melbourne Fringe through the Ralph Mclean Microgrant program.
Warning: Contains mild coarse language, potentially triggering content or themes, including War
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