One Fine Day
One Fine Day shows encounters with six extraordinary ordinary people, from various cultures and religions, who carried out a small nonviolent act that has had a major positive effect on society. We meet an American former athlete, a young Chilean Student, a retired Pastor in Germany, a Chinese youngster, a Burmese monk and a young woman in Iraq.
The film investigates how frustration and anger can be transformed into actions that benefit our world and the people around us. What can one single individual achieve by taking the initiative – and what are the (often severe) consequences for that person?
is an ordinary Chinese youngster with problems like everyone else. But he has a strong social conscience. The Chinese state censor removes articles about social injustices from the Internet, but there are young people out there who secretly republish them online.
about the director
Award-winning director Klaas Bense works out of Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
In his previous documentary Diary of a Times Square Thief, he goes in search forGo to: Riva Film
the writer of a mysterious diary found on Ebay. This subtle film about regret and perception, has been screened worldwide to high acclaim.
Go to: Diary of a Times Square Thief
Email: Klaas Bense