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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.
Set in the US Deep South in the '30s Depression, this is a classic tale of escaped convicts and comic mishaps from famed director Joel Coen.
11+ years 102 mins
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
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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