Miami, the most rebellious city in America

Located at the tip of Florida, bordered by turquoise waters, Miami is one of the most attractive cities in the United States. It is also a free, modern city, totally outside the system, for many the most rebellious in America. Historically, Florida has always been the subversive state of the United States. Cuban refugees, sulphurous stars of the 1980s, all found refuge there. In recent months, Miami has become „The Place to Be“, the city that is unlike any other, regaining its nickname of „Miami Vice“. Today, the city attracts Americans from all over the country. Young people, entire families, but also business leaders and investors. Miami is also the place of choice for the rebellious, those who value their freedom and their life choices above all else. In Miami Beach, Little Havana, Biscaine Bay, as far as the Keys and the Everglades, it is the meeting place for party people, like Suzy Tailor, the emblematic figure of the city, queen of Cuban parties, called „the Diva of Miami“. The city is also the place to be for creators, artists, eccentrics and libertarians, such as Cris Nelson, creator of „Free Florida“. Not to mention the survivalists, fringe people, rednecks and early Trumpists, including Karyn Turk, a 48-year-old former Miss Florida and mother of three, who has her fingers in the pie at Mar-a-Lago, former President Trump’s spectacular Palm Beach home. She calls for a Republican revolt.

Director: Sophie Przychodny, Manon Heurtel, Sebastien Daguerressar

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