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In this completely improvised mockumentary, questionably talented documentary filmmaker Angie hopes to save her failed career by turning her camera on the all-time low point in her longtime roommate Diane’s desperate search for love.
These twin documentaries pose the same urgent question from radically different perspectives: is the national standards movement in education and its main component, high-stakes standardized testing, negatively impacting public schools, administrators, teachers and children?
George Rarey and Bob Harvey were artists in Greenwich Village before the attack on Pearl Harbor caused their lives to take radically different paths: one became a fighter pilot and the other a conscientious objector. How the war changed both their lives forever is explored in this documentary by the granddaughter they had in common.