All these clips, despite their age, will be forever relevant because they speak from the heart and love is the foundation of our being. You could even say they are prophetic but it’s just proof that history repeats itself as we have a recurring theme of oppression and the people wanting to be free.
First we’ll start with a clip from the 1981 movie, My Dinner with Andre. If you found this interesting, the entire movie occurs during this one dinner scene. The complete movie is available on YouTube if you follow this link to the playlist.
Next is the very popular speech from the 1976 movie called Network:
“I’m mad as hell, and I’m not going to take it anymore!”
Often touted as the greatest speech ever: From the 1940 film, The Great Dictator, spoken by Charlie Chaplin who we ironically know mostly for his silent films.