In the heart of Argentina, amidst economic turmoil and despair, a beacon of hope emerged in 2004. It was captured in the stirring documentary 'The Take,' directed and produced by Avi Lewis and Naomi Klein.

This film tells the riveting tale of Argentinian auto workers, left jobless and directionless, who dared to seize control of their forsaken factory. They took destiny into their own hands, challenging the very foundations of corporate power and economic injustice. Delve into the journey of these workers, the impact of 'The Take,' and the relentless spirit of Avi Lewis, a filmmaker unafraid to spotlight the struggles of the unheard.