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Salesman (Criterion Collection)

(4K Mastering, Restored, Special Edition, Widescreen)
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This radically influential portrait of American dreams and disillusionment from Direct Cinema pioneers David Maysles, Albert Maysles, and Charlotte Zwerin captures, with indelible humanity, the worlds of four dogged door-to-door Bible salesmen as they travel from Boston to Florida on a seemingly futile quest to sell luxury editions of the Good Book to working-class Catholics. A vivid evocation of midcentury malaise rendered against a succession of cheap motels, smoky diners, and suburban living rooms, Salesman assumes poignant dimensions as it uncovers the way it's subjects' fast-talking bravado masks frustration, disappointment, and despair. Revolutionizing the art of nonfiction storytelling with it's nonjudgmental, observational style, this landmark documentary is one of the most penetrating films ever made about how deeply embedded consumerism is in America's sense of it's own values.

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Title: Salesman (Criterion Collection)
Genre: Special Interest-Documentary
Starring: James Baker, Jamie Baker, Paul Brennan, Charles McDevitt, James, U. S. Baker, Raymond Martos, Kennie Turner, Melbourne I. Feltman, Margaret McCarron
Directors: Charlotte Zwerin, Charlotte Mitchell Zwerin, David Maysles, Albert Maysles
Studio: Criterion
Attributes: 4K Mastering, Restored, Special Edition, Widescreen
Release Date: 10/03/2020
Media Format: Blu-ray
Rated: G
UPC: 715515241014
Original Language: ENG
Subtitles: ENG
Run Time: 91 minutes
Year of Release: 1969
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