Occupy Wall Street was a protest movement began on 17 September 2011, in Zuccotti Park of New York. The movement was against the social and economical inequality and received global attention as the hub of Occupy Wall Street. Fault Lines describes the ultimate history of the movement from its initial days through the fast spread up of the movement to the vicious crackdown by state establishment.
The movement marshaled thousands of people annoyed with the extreme economic divide in the US, even confronted with police suppression and media mockery. Within two months, hundred camps of the movement moved covering the country and altering the political discussion in the US.
Fault Lines also followed major organizers of the movement during the winter as they persist to build a movement even after the brutal expulsions throughout the country.