As children, British actor Paul Blackthorne and Australian photographer Mister Basquali both fell in love with America.They drive across America to find out, interviewing random people about issues that affect and confront us all. From the ghetto to the gun show, the courthouse to the cattle yard, they are touched by the wisdom and insight of the people they meet.
It was very well edited, and well shot. I also loved how the two filmmakers incorporated their own thoughts, while keeping the main focus on the strangers they encountered. I'll be recommending this documentary for sure!
Truly a wonderful, thoughtful and heartfelt documentary. Great to see that above all, the American people still have hope and continue to work towards a better future. I highly recommend this movie! The extras are well worth it too.
Great movie by these guys. Doesn't take itself too seriously and is both thought-provoking and funny. A great documentary film that shows you the impact of the financial downturn on various parts of the U.S.
This film is an excellent lesson on Humanities. It will leave you inspired, surprised, heartbroken and in absolut awe of the cross section of cultural diversity, political and religious beliefs across America.