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  • Shot at the epicenter of the most rancorous American presidential election in decades, One Nice Thing asked a single question-was it possible for participants at the 2004 Democratic and Republican National Conventions to say one nice thing about the opposition, and really mean it. Premiering at White Box in New York and widely screened at film festivals since, One Nice Thing maintains its relevance today as America heads toward the 2008 presidential election.

    - Written by David Beaudouin
  • Shot at the epicenter of the most rancorous American presidential election in decades, One Nice Thing asked a single question--was it possible for participants at the 2004 Democratic and Republican National Conventions to say one nice thing about the opposition, and really mean it. With nothing more than hand-held cameras and a disarming question, ONT's first-time filmmakers managed to gain exclusive access onto the floors of both national conventions, as well as to parties and other private gatherings, interviewing more than 400 individuals (including a number of national figures) in order to arrive at this unforgettable, very American film. Today, as America heads toward the 2014 presidential election, One Nice Thing maintains its relevance and insight into the human dimension of American politics.

    - Written by Anonymous
  • Shot at the epicenter of the most rancorous American presidential election in decades, One Nice Thing asked a single question-was it possible for participants at the 2004 Democratic and Republican National Conventions to say one nice thing about the opposition, and really mean it . With nothing more than hand held cams and a disarming question, ONT's first-time filmmakers managed to gain exclusive access onto the floors of both national conventions, as well as to parties and other private gatherings, interviewing more than 400 individuals (including a number of national figures) in order to arrive at this unforgettable, very American film. From high-profile political leaders to small-town delegates, their answers will delight, infuriate, and move you by turns, revealing a much deeper truth about our shared political psyche than you might imagine. Today, as America heads toward the 2008 presidential election, One Nice Thing maintains its relevance and insight into the human dimension of American politics.

    - Written by David Beaudouin

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