540 days in jail for dancing, smoking cannabis, going to court, and riding a bike. “Derrick J’s Victimless Crime Spree”, is a feature-length documentary chronicling liberty activist Derrick J Freeman’s exciting first year of activism in The Shire.
Watch it in HD on Youtube:
You can also watch a 60-minute cut of the film, the “Film Fest Edition” released in September 2013, one year after the theatrical premiere of the movie.
The Director’s Cut DVD of the movie is also available. It’s chock full of great special features including commentary tracks, a Q&A from the theatrical premiere, and hours of activist footage not seen in the movie. You can watch the Director’s Cut on YouTube in HD for free (though it doesn’t have the commentary tracks and bonuses available on the DVD).
More stuff to watch:
5-Year Screening Q&A with the Producers
Premiere Q&A with the Producers
This Q&A session with the producers took place at Keene Cinemas in September of 2012, immediately after the theatrical premiere of the movie. This is also included as bonus content (as well as hours of activist footage, commentary tracks, and more) on the Director’s Cut DVD: