my vote goes to "Bond and State" for its simple reality and common sense which everyone can relate to. It shows the average man talking about real situations. I expeically liked the upbeat and good reasoning of the alteration person who concludes that folks want to look good and go about how to make that happen.
I vote for Chris Tignor's "Life on location". His video is informative and entertaining
I vote for Christopher Tignor's Life on Location. My step-grandmother was recently telling me that she went to the movies constantly during the great depression...the ultimate escape from our current situation.
Life on Location is my choice. I like that it is a movie within a movie- Really telling that this kind of economic indicator can transform an entire neighborhood as much as this one does. Nice footage!
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