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I first saw this film when it showed on PBS here in the early 90's. I
recently had the opportunity to see the film again. I have to say this is
one of the most impressive documentaries I have ever seen. The filmmakers
really told this story well on so many different levels. It seems like a
simple enough storyline but it truly is very complicated.
I got a lot more out of seeing it this time - maybe because time has gone by I could put it into context better or maybe because I could see a lot of the little subtle nuances that are going on that I never noticed before. Highly recommend you watching this film if you get the chance. Very fun.
"Post No Bills" is an amazing project. I love documentaries that are shot
over a period of time. Everyone should watch how Clay Walker films Conal
over a period of years as his life unfolds. And to make it even better,
was shot on film and not video.
Conal's posters are known world wide. Just the other night I was watching "Menace II Society" and saw his artwork displayed in the background of scenes. Walker's film gave me a whole new perspective.
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