Published on Dec 20, 2017
Created by two young, independent filmmakers, An Insignificant Man is India’s most successful and largest crowdfunded documentary ever, with a blockbuster performance at the Indian box office and appearances at more than 30 film festivals worldwide.
The film follows Arvind Kejriwal, a new-comer to Indian politics, and Yogendra Yadav, a seasoned veteran, who work together to form the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), a new political party which aims to serve the common man and combat corruption. In the 2013 Delhi Legislative Assembly election, they challenge the Congress Party and the BJP, India’s oldest and most powerful political establishments, using grassroots strategies to engage voters. All the while they grapple with the realities of politics while struggling keeping their idealism alive.
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