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Not Your Typical Bigfoot Movie (2008)

Not Rated | | Documentary | 17 October 2008 (USA)
Through the experiences of two amateur Bigfoot researchers in Appalachian Ohio, we see how the power of a dream can bring two men together and provide a source of hope and meaning that transcend the harsh realities of life in a dying steel town.

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Jay Delaney
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Cast

Credited cast:
Dallas Gilbert Dallas Gilbert ... Himself
Wayne Burton Wayne Burton ... Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
C. Thomas Biscardi C. Thomas Biscardi ... Himself
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Through the experiences of two amateur Bigfoot researchers in Appalachian Ohio, we see how the power of a dream can bring two men together and provide a source of hope and meaning that transcend the harsh realities of life in a dying steel town.

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Do you believe in the American Dream?

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Documentary

Certificate:

Not Rated

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

17 October 2008 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Portsmouth, Ohio, USA

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Production Co:

Common People Productions See more »
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Color
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A friendship story.
1 October 2009 | by mcwhammerSee all my reviews

I had no idea what to expect from this film. The title throws you off, but as soon as you start watching, you start to figure out what it really means. While the documentary backdrop may be a poor town where Bigfoot hunting is a means to an end... for Wayne and Dallas, it's what brought them together, and made them best friends.

It's hard to not get a lump in your throat while watching, as the rocky relationship plays out, but everything is so tastefully done that you have to commend the filmmaker, Jay Delaney.

I rarely see documentaries worthy of high rating, but the realistic people portrayed here are much more interesting for me to watch than some person so OUT of the ordinary a doc is made about them.


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