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What's wrong with talking heads?
28 November 2007 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I've seen this film being criticized for being inexpensive. Also for being simple. Or for the exclusion of everything but talking heads. None of these things are sins, in my mind. I loved this film. I can honestly say I've never seen anything like it, and in this case, that's a compliment. The most enjoyable aspect of this film is that it takes on a question that many of us have probably asked ourselves in our lifetime but is the kind of question that we never would expect a documentary to tackle. The question is - for people who often get labeled as "negative" - is simple. "Is it us or is it them?" Are we actually negative or is it the Pollyanna world around us that sees us that way? I know that there were a few semi-famous people in this film but I, for one, was glad that people weren't identified, so I wouldn't have to spend the whole film reading "Joe Schmoe" and asking myself "Who's that? Is he famous?" It's not important if they're famous or not. They're simply a bunch of folks, men and women, who share similar problems. They're my people and I loved spending ninety odd minutes with them.


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