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Director John "Sully" Sullivan wants to make his mark with a socially responsible film, 'O Brother Where Art Thou?' His bosses aren't convinced and want him to continue making his popular light comedies. Sully won't be swayed, and sets out on a research trip dressed as a tramp to experience real hard times. Accidentally robbed of his identity he finds himself a convict on a chain gang where he learns that laughter can be the greatest gift for a person who has nothing.
A brilliant send up of Hollywood's working environment, about a smart young assistant to a film mogul, who turns out to be the boss from hell.
14+ years 89 mins
When plucky young depression-era girl Natty's father is forced to leave her to work on the other side of the country, she is determined to find him.
7–16 years 97 mins
An amazing biography of Woodie Guthrie as travels across America looking for work in the Great Depression.
11+ years 142 mins
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