“Battle in Seattle” gets a wide release this weekend, and while it offers a very broad understanding of the 1999 WTO protests, its attempt to cover everything leaves it very surface-level. “Breaking the Spell” is a first-hand account of the Seattle riots, particularly from the anarchist’s perspective. The film starts out in an almost dream-state, but by about six minutes in the tone shifts, and the rest is history…

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