Scotland is the birthplace of golf. In this documentary by filmmaker Anthony Baxter, a small Scottish village, steeped in history, is dissed and trampled by Donald Trump who charges in to build a golf course and destroys the natural environment including breathtaking sand dunes. Trump sneers, shrugs his shoulders, name calls, then levels the dunes with bulldozers into a flat, muddy, ugly mess. He stomps on dignified and proud simple folks in the local fishing village like cockroaches.
“This isn’t just a local Scottish story,” said director Baxter, “it’s an international tale that resonates with people all over the world. Government officials who should be protecting their residents are lying to them and rich tycoons have way too much power.”
Like the Occupy movement, this small village proves that people can join together and fight for their rights. This film demonstrates the courage it takes for people at a lower socio-economic level to stand up to über-rich bullies like Trump.