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Gerrymandering (2010)

Unrated | | Documentary | 15 October 2010 (USA)
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Takes a hard look at the framework of our democracy and how it provides our politicians a perfectly legal way to control electoral outcomes.

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Jeff Reichert
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Credited cast:
Dave Aronberg Dave Aronberg ... Himself
Ben Barnes Ben Barnes ... Himself
Gray Davis ... Himself
Howard Dean Howard Dean ... Himself
Kathay Feng Kathay Feng ... Herself
Bob Graham Bob Graham ... Himself
Susan Lerner Susan Lerner ... Herself
Justin Levitt Justin Levitt ... Himself
Alan S. Lowenthal Alan S. Lowenthal ... Himself
Ed Rollins ... Himself
Arnold Schwarzenegger ... Himself
Peter Wagner Peter Wagner ... Himself
Jeff Wice Jeff Wice ... Himself
Pete Wilson Pete Wilson ... Himself
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A wake-up-call documentary that exposes the hidden history of our country's redistricting wars, mapping battles that take place out of public scrutiny but that shape the electoral landscape of American politics for decades at time, posing a threat not just to democrats and republicans, but democracy as a whole. Written by Anonymous

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15 October 2010 (USA) See more »

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Featured in The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Episode #18.42 (2010) See more »

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Essential viewing for anyone interested in US politics
31 May 2010 | by Paisley77See all my reviews

I was lucky enough to see this film at the Seattle International Film Festival and thought it was a powerful look at an important, but often hidden, element of the political process. The film shows how both major parties have used redistricting to their advantage, often preventing voters from having any real choice. It also follows a citizen initiative to make the redistricting process fairer in California. The director, Jeff Reichert, does a great job of making his points in a way that is both informative and entertaining, but without getting in your face the way some political documentaries can.

This issue is particularly relevant now as a new round of redistricting will begin next spring once the census numbers are announced. The director stated in a Q&A after the film that he hopes to have the film in cinemas by October. I hope he succeeds and will be recommending this film to everyone I know.


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