Jennifer Lawrence stars in film about fixing 'the total political system ...

'The government needs to work for us, and right now, it doesn't,' Jennifer Lawrence gets political in short documentary where she talks about 'the total political system failure in America' The 28-year-old actress stars in the short film called Unbreaking America The film is by Represent. Us, a leading anti-corruption group Lawrence breaks down the ways in which the political system no longer works for the average American citizen  She goes on to outline how to fix what she calls the 'political breakdown'

By Chantalle Edmunds For Dailymail.com

Published: 20:35 GMT, 1 March 2019 | Updated: 22:40 GMT, 1 March 2019

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Jennifer Lawrence is the star of a new documentary about corruption in the American political system.

The film is called 'Unbreaking America: A NEW Short Film about Solving the Corruption Crisis,' and lasts just over 12 minutes.

The film is by Represent.Us, an anti-corruption group, which seeks to bridge the political divide, creating anti-corruption laws that 'stop political bribery' and 'fix broken elections.'  

Lawrence is the star of a new documentary about corruption in the American political system

Lawrence is the star of a new documentary about corruption in the American political system

The film is by Represent.Us, an anti-corruption group, which seeks to bridge the political divide, creating anti-corruption laws that 'stop political bribery' and 'fix broken elections'

The film is by Represent.Us, an anti-corruption group, which seeks to bridge the political divide, creating anti-corruption laws that 'stop political bribery' and 'fix broken elections'

The Hunger Games actress is a board member for the organization and at one point in the film co-founder of Represent.Us, Josh Silver, makes an appearance.  

Against a backdrop of bright graphics, Lawrence talks about flaws in politics and

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