November 30th, 1999. An amateur filmmaker follows a protest singer through the streets of Seattle at the WTO protests. The protest singer, following his gut-hunches, zig zags along the edge of the protest talking to anyone and everyone along the way. He engages the willing and the unwilling with his question of the day, "What do you think of the protest?" Nearly everyone he meets ends up with a copy of his CD. A CD that contains only one song "A Bitter Wind is Blowing" a song he insists is, "The right song for the right time."
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