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Our Time NR

5.0 out of 5 stars (4) IMDb 6.7/10

America has questions about today's youth, what we care about, and where we're headed. We had those questions too. So, after graduating college, four of us loaded an RV and embarked on a journey looking for answers.

Starring:
Tom Brokaw, Vernon Jordan
Runtime:
1 hour, 2 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Documentary
Director Matthew Heineman, Matt Wiggins
Starring Tom Brokaw, Vernon Jordan
Supporting actors Maria Kirke, Ehren McGhehey, Amanda Paige, Mark Zuckerberg
Studio FilmBuff
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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I first saw this film at a screening in New York and was moved by each and every character's story and what they had to say about our generation. It really did shine a light on every aspect of society - from the prostitute living on the streets, to a chemist, to a US marine - but i was also impressed with how the filmmaker was able to bring each individual story together into one over-arching theme: our generation is NOT agnostic/apathetic after all. Thank gosh - it's about time someone show the world what our generation is really about. I applaud the filmmaker and am so happy to see that the film is available on Amazon as I truly believe more people need to see this doc to understand the current generation of young americans, the challenges we face, but also our hopes for the future.
Enjoy!
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Thank you to the director. Finally someone is identifying the vast array of people in our generation. I'm sick of being stereotyped by my age. Not all of us are the "me" generation. It's truly amazing what we as a whole have contributed to society and left behind!
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I really loved the style and feel of this documentary especially the truthfulness of the characters.
The music was fantastic and emotional.
Oh yes and swimming pools do make things better!
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I bought this and watched it with a group of friends on a lazy Sunday afternoon. Everyone agreed it was really interesting to see an account of the diversity of young people in this country, and listen to them reflect on themselves and their peers.

Beautiful video and stills of all the really amazing geography. I particularly liked hearing the small town people reflect on their world, especially with such a bigger culture a few clicks away.

Watch it now, you wont be disappointed
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