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I'm just asking this because I just watched "the 400 blows", which I was impressed with and to me was very realistic. I know lots of movies have resistance as a theme, but it normally is in the form of spectacular heroic nonsense.

Also, any good fictional movies made by anarchists?
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check out a french movie called "mic-mac" (i think).  maybe not exactly what you are talking about, but worth a look.
I haven't seen it, nor read the book (which is why I am making this a comment), but Bartleby, based on the Herman Mellville book Bartleby the Scrivner might fall into this category.

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I question Breaking the Spell as an example of resistance-in-daily-life as opposed to a moment of spectacular resistance, and I positively refute the idea that it is a work of fiction. Propaganda, yes. Fiction, no.
Ok, you are correct, it was documentary in nature and not fictional,...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_fictional_anarchists

Perhaps that will list will guide you where you want to go.
I can recommend Tank Girl, it was a good movie.
Logan's Run, though not overtly labeled anarchist, was an escape from an oppressive ruling class.
They Live is another good one.
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