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Caesar's Park (2000)

Living next to each other for more than fifty years, eight neighbors warm up to the camera as they get to know their new neighbor, filmmaker Sarah Price.

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Sarah Price
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Credited cast:
Richard Bridenbaugh Richard Bridenbaugh ... Himself
Diane Burant Diane Burant ... Herself
Lois Burant Lois Burant ... Herself
Tillie Burant Tillie Burant ... Herself
Delores Krzeminski Delores Krzeminski ... Herself
Don Krzeminski Don Krzeminski ... Himself
Charles T. Scales Charles T. Scales ... Himself
Genevieve Waranka Genevieve Waranka ... Herself
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Living next to each other for more than fifty years, eight neighbors warm up to the camera as they get to know their new neighbor, filmmaker Sarah Price.

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Documentary

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

14 October 2000 (USA) See more »

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Sub Rosa
Composed by Gavin Bryars Ensemble
Performed by Gavin Bryars Ensemble
Courtesy of ECM Records
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A glorified episode of COPS by an untalented director
8 December 2003 | by cdoelleSee all my reviews

Caesar's Park was very interesting - but it felt more like an episode of COPS without the violence than a documentary. There was not much of a point to the whole thing as the filmmaker originally set out to document a small park in a working-class section of Milwaukee and instead told the story of a small group of neighbors. The feeling of the film was that Price thought of the people as lower class, unambitious dullards as she spent her entire life travelling the world prior to making the film. It was interesting to watch - much like an accident on the freeway is an interesting gawk. I was left with the feeling that the director was a snob and was making fun of her subjects. The story is the hard-working middle class people - the story is how Sarah Price and the media has convinced us that unless you are one of the "pretty people" you are an oddity. It is a sad, non-film.


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