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The Tradesmen (2011)

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The Tradesmen: Making an Art of Work is an eighty-eight minute exploratory social documentary. It will engage the viewer as they watch the vocational lives of several tradesmen and will ... See full summary »

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The Tradesmen: Making an Art of Work is an eighty-eight minute exploratory social documentary. It will engage the viewer as they watch the vocational lives of several tradesmen and will discuss the issues encompassing the trades in contemporary America. The documentary is a real and unflinching look at the lives and work of the modern tradesman and is an exposition into the socioeconomic topics relating to the modern blue-collar craftsman. Written by Anonymous

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Passion for your work
27 February 2014 | by (Phoenix, Arizona) – See all my reviews

The movie brought up so many great points made by these hard working men and women on the development of problem solving and creative thinking that goes along with the everyday work these people face. The stereo types, yet attributions given from their sweat and back breaking work. This country does not give blue collar workers enough credit, and our "throw away society." This movie showed passion, heart, and innovates that goes into an actual hard days work. The raw talent of these men and women are imaginable to any that would be in a museum, I hope that people take note and begin to change the view on the stereo typical blue collar employee. I am inspired and grateful to be apart of such an amazing industry.


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