- 1 videodisc (35 min.; 27 min.; 25 min. ; 3 min. ; 21 min.; 29 min. ; 27 min.) : sd., col. and b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
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- Bartos, Adam.Bertelsen, Phil.Booker, Joan.Davis, Ossie.Harry, Michael.Marks, Walter.Morales, Tony.Nair, Mira.Nossel, Murray.O'hara, Erin.Paounov, Andrey,Paounov, Ivo.Paounov, Vichren.Roberto, Derek.Roberto, Kaarina Cleverley.Saks, Eva.Schorr, Eric.Suozzo, Mark.Weisberg, Roger.Zhivago, Jimi.
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- Cinemax Reel Life (Firm)Docurama (Firm)Hudson River Pictures.New Video Group.Raconteur Pictures.
- 5. Family values / directors of photography, Redmond Walsh, Eva Saks ; editors, Eva Saks, Jessica Sharzer ; music, Eric Schorr. 6. The Sunshine / director of photography, John Foster ; editor, Bryan Gunnar Cole ; music, Erin O'Hara, Jimi Zhivago. Mojave mirage / director of photography, Derek Roberto ; editors, Kaarina Cleverley Roberto, Derek Roberto ; music, Tony Morales.5. Family values is a refreshing and amusing portrait of a suburban lesbian couple who run a "mom and mom" business cleaning up gory crime scenes. 6. The Sunshine, an intimate look at the residents of one the Bowery's last flophouses. A poignant story about gentrification, poverty and displacement. 7. Mojave mirage tells the story of a telephone booth that was placed out in the Mojave desert and the people who came out to answer the phone or place phone calls.Contents:Credits: 1. Laughing club of India / director of photography, Adam Bartos ; 2. Why can't we be a family again? / director of photography, Edward Morritz ; editor, Barry Alexander Brown ; music, Mark Suozzo. 3. We got us / director of photography, Maya Stark ; Michael Harry ; music, Walter Marks. 4. Lucy Tsak Tsak / director of photography, Ilia Danchev ; editor, Araxy Mohibian ; music, Ivo Paounov, Vichren Paounov.Originally released in 2000-2002.Special features: director biographies; film credits.Summary: 1. Laughing club of India explores the power of laughter through the strangely popular phenomenon of laughing clubs in contemporary Bombay. 2. Why can't we be a family again? chronicles the plight of two brothers in foster care, as they attempt to reunite with a mother who abandoned them for drugs over a decade ago. 3. We got us, captures four elderly, Jewish women during their weekly game of Mah Jong, as they reminisce about their childhood, marriages, illness, and bereavement. 4. Lucy Tsak Tsak traces the life and time of Lucy - one of the first women to work in the Bulgarian film industry.Why can't we be a family again? / Narrator, Ossie Davis.