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The Tradesmen (2011)

Not Rated | | Documentary, Drama, History
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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 »

Director:

Richard Yeagley

Writer:

Richard Yeagley
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Credited cast:
Joe Lamacchia Joe Lamacchia ... Himself
Judy Lombardi Judy Lombardi ... Herself
Mike Rose Mike Rose ... Himself
Mike Rowe ... Himself
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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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Country:

USA

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English

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Baltimore, Maryland, USA

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Very informative!
24 January 2018 | by bng-48199See all my reviews

This video gave me a significant outlook of many different Trade's jobs that are currently in operation such as carpentry, welding and plumbing, to name a few. I liked how most of the video showed interviews from tradesmen, from varying trade backgrounds, providing their perspective and the passion they have for their field of work. I personally found the video to be very eye opening on the skills and education needed for these professions. Although a career in trade might require a different type of education as opposed to education needed for a white collared occupation, it still reaps the same reward, but in different ways. In reality, our country would not be able to function without tradesmen and this video helps to shed some light on that truth.


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