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The Story Within the Story: Gary, Indiana (2017)

A small urban city with a gargantuan wealth of history, contributions, and changes. From the steel industry, music, politics, education , and sports; Gary, Indiana has made its mark on the ... See full summary »

Director:

Brandon Bowens
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Credited cast:
Ewart Abner Ewart Abner ... Himself (archive footage)
Brandon Bowens ... Man 2 Shooting dice
Kaitlin Bowens Kaitlin Bowens ... Kaitlin
Greg Gray Greg Gray ... Himself
Richard Hatcher Richard Hatcher ... (archive footage)
Pookie Hudson Pookie Hudson ... Himself (archive footage)
Jermaine Jackson ... Himself (archive footage)
Jesse Jackson ... (archive footage)
Michael Jackson ... Himself (archive footage)
Tito Jackson ... (archive footage)
Jamaal Joseph ... Man 1 shooting dice
Scott L. King Scott L. King ... Himself
Ivan McIntosh Sr. Ivan McIntosh Sr. ... Man 3 shooting dice
Veron G. Smith Veron G. Smith ... Himself
Marshall Thompson Marshall Thompson ... (archive footage)
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A small urban city with a gargantuan wealth of history, contributions, and changes. From the steel industry, music, politics, education , and sports; Gary, Indiana has made its mark on the region, state, and country. With all of the richness found in this jewel in Northwest Indiana, why has it declined economically and will it become "City of the Century" as it was previously? Written by Julia Shelton-Beverly

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Documentary

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 October 2017 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Gary, Indiana, USA

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Budget:

$25,000 (estimated)
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Color
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Quite Long
6 February 2018 | by stheis-19190See all my reviews

Think it would of helped, me at least, if it was broken up into smaller segments, maybe 30-45 minutes max, instead of 2 1/2 hours and 1+ hours.

Also, I felt the topics bounced around to much, I had difficulty keeping track of where and what time period was being spoken about.

Found some of the interviews rambled quite a bit and didn't say anything, maybe a little more coaching prior to them being filmed?

Thanks for posting it.

Dig


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