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Praise from reviewers and the entertainment industry:


Miss Liberty’s Film and Documentary World reviewed the movie in 2015 and gave it a glowing four stars!

“this documentary is perfectly professional and you will enjoy meeting Derrick J. Freeman, the film’s charming and gutsy young star, who demonstrates unequivocally the ultimately brutal nature of law…and who sacrificed months of his young life in prison to bring that point to film. As I said, the film follows a heroic structure, and rightfully so.”


Brett Veinotte, creator and host of the School Sucks Podcast: (hear his interview with Derrick):

“This documentary… really had an effect on me, because it in an hour and a half changed my opinion and really got me behind what you were doing.”

Danny Ledonne, producer/director of “Playing Columbine” (read the full review):

“This compelling personal documentary follows a young man named Derrick J. on his “rampage” of “criminal behavior” – from dancing in a public park and handing out information on public school property to recording video in public buildings and riding a bike along a public street!”

Davi Barker, (read the full review):

“I gotta tell you, it’s hard to watch this documentary and not to just fall in love with Derrick J. He’s so overwhelmingly kind, and considerate while simultaneously firm and uncompromising, even in the face of cruel and incomprehensible treatment from sociocrats who push him around.”

Michael W. Dean, director of “Guns and Weed: The Road to Freedom.“:

“This is an important sociological document. I believe that in 100 years, ‘Derrick J’s Victimless Crime Spree’ will be studied the way we currently study footage of the Civil Rights Movement. In a just world, ‘Derrick J’s Victimless Crime Spree’ would be required viewing in public schools. But ‘required viewing’ and ‘public schools’ would not exist in a just world. And The State would rather use a live kitten as a silencer on a government gun than show the kids anything as true as this film.”

Darryl W. Perry, editor of “FPP.CC“:

“I’ve had the pleasure of seeing Derrick J’s Victimless Crime Spree multiple times throughout the production process, and the movie is just as good every time I watch it. The director’s cut DVD contains hours of extra footage from all of Derrick’s arrests, two commentary tracks, a Q&A from the premiere of the film and much more.

You’ll laugh, you’ll cry and you’ll be outraged at the people who made a “criminal” out of one of the most peaceful people you would ever meet.” (read the full review)

“Valor”, admin of “Just Anarchist Things“:

“one of the best movies you could ever watch”

Seth Cohn, NH State Representative and Free State Project participant”:

“Two thumbs up. Must see. Must share.”

Mr. Tacpans, the Far-Out, Lithium-Dosed Undiscovered YouTube Sensation:

“The whole truth on video, nothing but the truth”