An interactive exhibition in the Anne Frank Museum in Amsterdam. 15 short films in which the fundamental democratic rights freedom of opinion, freedom of religion, freedom of protest and press freedom, play a central part.

The short films consist of national and international news fragments. Several subjects will be covered. For example the protests of French Muslims against the burka-restraint in 2003. The introduction of the Patriot Act in the United States after the attacks on the 11th of September. Or the law against selling the book 'Mein Kampf' by Adolf Hitler in Turkey. By these confronting subjects, statements will be proposed to the audience on which they can react. The exposition explores the modern boundaries of freedom. Judge for yourself

Director: Casper Verbrugge
Image-research: Gerard Nijssen
Edited by: Elmer Leupen
Production: Judith Paauw, Anne van der Pol
Producer: René Mendel