Director: Frederick Wiseman
USA 2020 274min
with Japanese subtitles
Wiseman continues his observation of all the corners of American society. This time, he points his camera at the manifold work of Boston City Hall, from its support for homeless people to recognizing same-sex marriages, reflecting on not just the ideals of democracy but also how it works in practice. A challenge to the idea of a fragmenting American society.
Screening Oct 12 [Tue] 18:30 -
- Running time
- Oct 12 [Tue] 18:30 - 23:04
- End of Streaming Time
- Oct 13 [Tue] 00:04
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- Oct 12 [Tue] 23:14 -
- Speakers (Subject to change)
- Frederick Wiseman(Director)
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