This short film, created by Aaron Stewart-Ahn, documents just a portion of the protests in New York City regarding the decision to not indict police officer Darren Wilson (28) after he killed a black teenager called Michael Brown (18) earlier this year. The eyewitness statements all point to one thing.

Brown turned around with his hands raised and said, "I don't have a gun. Stop shooting!" Wilson then shot Brown several more times, killing him.

After the shot, the kid just breaks away. The cop follows him, kept shooting, the kid's body jerked as if he was hit. After his body jerked he turns around, puts his hands up, and the cop continues to walk up on him and continues to shoot until he goes all the way down.

In a cellphone video obtained by CNN on September 11, which captured the reaction of the construction worker and a colleague, one of them can be heard saying "He had his fuckin' hands up."

So, yeah.

Dev Hynes has shared a piano performance at Brooklyn Academy of Music to be used in the film, the perfect soundtrack, emotive and flighty cascades and cloudbursts of piano ringing in the air amidst the chanting of the protestors: "No justice, no peace / No racist police."

Watch below.