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"The American Experience" The Amish: Shunned (2013)

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2013 (Season 25, Episode 6)
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Cast

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Bart Fletcher ... Dylan O' Grady

Episode Crew
Directed by
Callie T. Wiser 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Callie T. Wiser 

Produced by
Susan Bellows .... series producer
Pamela Gaudiano .... associate producer
Sharon Grimberg .... executive producer
Molly Jacobs .... producer
Laura Longsworth .... field producer
Susan Mottau .... coordinating producer
Mark Samels .... executive producer
Callie T. Wiser .... producer
 
Original Music by
Danny Bensi 
Saunder Jurriaans 
 
Cinematography by
Tim Cragg 
Jason Longo 
Ed Marritz 
 
Film Editing by
Rachel Clark 
Glenn Fukushima 
 
Production Management
Vanessa Ezersky .... post-production manager
Nancy Sherman .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
David Belton .... additional director
 
Sound Department
Coll Anderson .... supervising sound editor
Stephen Bores .... sound
Mario Cardenas .... sound
John Chiarolanzio .... foley artist
Peter Deutscher .... sound recordist
John D. Gooch .... sound mixer
Steve Guercio .... sound
Mark Mandler .... sound mixer
Matt Snedecor .... sound effects editor
Andy Turrett .... sound
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Craig Feldman .... additional camera operator
Stephen McCarthy .... additional camera operator
Allen Moore .... additional camera operator
Kat Patterson .... additional camera operator
Thorsten Thielow .... additional camera operator
 
Animation Department
Alisa Placas Frutman .... animator (as Alisa Placas)
Aaron Nee .... animator
 
Editorial Department
Elliott Choi .... assistant editor
Spencer Gentry .... post-production
John Jenkins-Stark .... post-production
James MacDonald .... assistant editor
Karl Tacheron .... on-line editor
Don Wyllie .... colorist
 
Music Department
Chase Deso .... assistant composer
Joel Goodman .... composer: theme music
 
Other crew
Katharine Duffy .... special projects assistant
Jan Edwards .... archival material
Susana Fernandes .... project administration
Jay Fialkov .... legal
Janice Flood .... legal
Saloma Furlong .... archival material
Jeanne Haffner .... researcher
John Ives .... legal affairs
Scott Kardel .... legal
Joe Keim .... archival material
Johanna Kovitz .... transcriptor
Naomi Kramer .... archival material
Mary Lugo .... publicist
Jonathan McConnell .... production intern
Julianna Newmeyer .... production secretary
Lauren Noyes .... project administration
Chika Offurum .... accountant
Jan Pechacek .... location production assistant
Lauren Prestileo .... publicist
Baldev Sandhu .... production intern
Cara White .... publicist
Helen Young .... accountant
 
Thanks
Sarah Colt .... special thanks
Karen Johnson-Weiner .... special thanks
Chyld King .... special thanks
Donald B. Kraybill .... special thanks
Steven M. Nolt .... special thanks
Elizabeth Shea .... special thanks
Katie Troyer .... special thanks
David Weaver-Zercher .... special thanks
Mike Wiser .... special thanks
 

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3 out of 4 people found the following review useful.
Could have been interesting, 5 February 2014
Author: webnetca from United States

The ideas, information, context, feelings, presented in this long, drawn out segment could easily have been covered in half an hour without leaving anything out.

I say this while feeling that much of the story was not covered even in the long, boring, presentation. IMDb lists it as 60 min long. It is 100 minutes long.

If I had to give a simple summary I' d call it a sterile presentation.

It appears that the Amish have no sexuality. Why do I say this? Because no reference, direct nor indirect, was made to sexual conflict in the teens who had difficulty with they rules. The only difficulty seemed to be either not being able to have cell phones or not being able to wear cool clothing.

This is a short summary and I just scratched the surface here of all the facets of living and it's discontents missing from this segment.

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