|Directed by||Emil Chiaberi|
|Written by||Emil Chiaberi|
The term "going postal" has become the way we commonly refer to the mental state of anybody who goes on a shooting spree, typically in a workplace or a school, but also in any other public place.
What drives people to kill this way, what pushes them over the edge? Why all the bloodshed, and why now? And what is it about US Postal Service that made it a poster boy for workplace massacres? It's clear that the scope of the problem is dramatic... it can no longer be written off as a few aberrations of the news cycle.
America has witnessed widespread changes over the last 50-years, along with a profound transformation of the relationship between the individual and society.
As "Murder by Proxy: How America Went Postal" explores the startling history of the going postal phenomenon, the film also follows the story of two extraordinary men brought together by their selfless dedication to defending the rights of ordinary American workers.