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The Kartemquin Films Collection: The Early Years, Vol. 1 - Parents/Thumbs Down


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This DVD offers a rare look at two early but vital documentaries from Gerald Temaner and Gordon Quinn, the founders of Chicago s world-renowned filmmaking collective, Kartemquin Films (Hoop Dreams; At the Death House Door). Their long legacy of important and meaningful films have made an important contribution to the history of documentary film. In PARENTS, a parish youth group in a lower-middle-class Chicago neighborhood discusses parental authority, coming of age, and the struggle to communicate with parents. THUMBS DOWN is the name of a teenage youth group that decides to bring the real meaning of Christ to their neighborhood by holding an antiwar Mass in their conservative parish.

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