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Got ANYTOWN, USA in the mail yesterday

Film Movement's got good graphic design sense, I like how they package their DVDs (in a clear case, two sided insert, a good amount of white space on the cover/front of the insert, and the actual DVD itself looks very respectable - just the series & flick title & web site URL on one color background - overall simple, elegant & colorful). Plus they have good taste in movies, I liked the last Film Movement flick I saw. So it is always exciting to find a Film Movement DVD in my mail for review. I received the documentary Anytown, USA yesterday. Looking forward to checking it out this month.

In the meantime, here is Anytown, USA's description, at least some of it from the back of the DVD case:
"A funny and eye-opening look into a hard-fought mayoral race between a legally blind, blunt-speaking, conservative Republican incumbent, a retired Democrat brought back into the fray and a legally blind write-in candidate, in the small town of Bogota, New Jersey."

Sounds more interesting than most fiction movies.

Here is the website for the movie.

- Sujewa


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