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Executive Produced by Christopher Guest
WINNER OF 2012 SXSW SXGLOBAL AUDIENCE AWARD
Love this DVD but didn't realise it would be US zone.
The documentary provides an interesting view of the culture of ventriloquism as well as a poignant view of her life and that of her mentor, Ken Campbell.
The material was precisely handled - funny, sad and interesting without being maudlin or hokey.
We watched Nina Conti with her puppet, Monk, in "The Family Tree" and enjoyed her charming, hilarious and irreverent role in that HBO series. Read morePublished 2 months ago by M. A. McCarty
Lovely little film looks like it was shot with home video equipment, but very, very well. Extremely personal much of the time and very touching. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Bruce E. Bennett
Excellent documentary about a ventirioquist thinking about giving up the dream. Highly recommend this to any ventriloquists or people interested in the art.Published 7 months ago by J. Witoszynski
Fascinating view of what goes on inside the head of a cool ventriloquist. Nina Conti is authentic, thoughtful and talented.Published 9 months ago by Tim Cowlishaw
Okay, so I first need to say that I have not seen this DVD. A dear friend loves Nina Conti performances and so I bought this for him as a present. Read morePublished 13 months ago by M. Hudson
This was different than what I was expecting. It doesn't have the standard emphasis on humor, but it was still interesting. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Jerry
I love Nina Conti and this dvd ! Nina lets the viewer in on some of the personal events in her life - from fun to serious - and with the help of Monk the monkey, exposes and... Read morePublished 18 months ago by LS
An interesting approach to showing how a ventriloquist pays homage to her former lover-mentor by attending a ventriloquist's convention in Kentucky. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Anthony Prudori