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America non grata

Author: Alex Berkley; Michael Riordan; BDM Productions.; National Film Network.
Publisher: Lanham, MD : National Film Network, 2005.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English
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This documentary takes a fresh look at how America is perceived today in European cities, whose multinational citizens also reflect opinions from far beyond Europe's borders. The word "America" provokes a wide range of emotions, but rarely indifference. The forms of anti-Americanism are proliferating and its magnitude is on the rise. But are hostile feelings toward the United States based on what America is or what  Read more...
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Alex Berkley; Michael Riordan; BDM Productions.; National Film Network.
ISBN: 0802603661 9780802603661 0802603653 9780802603654
OCLC Number: 64705421
Description: 1 videodisc (ca. 60 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Responsibility: BDM Productions presents [a film] by Alex Berkley ; produced by Alex Berkley, Michael Riordan.

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This documentary takes a fresh look at how America is perceived today in European cities, whose multinational citizens also reflect opinions from far beyond Europe's borders. The word "America" provokes a wide range of emotions, but rarely indifference. The forms of anti-Americanism are proliferating and its magnitude is on the rise. But are hostile feelings toward the United States based on what America is or what it does? Why so much anger, hatred and disgust? Why such fear and fascination? The filmakers, two Kansas natives, take the viewer on an unscripted journey, revealing opinions about America, its people, politics and culture. From London, Paris, Belgrade, Athens, Istanbul, and a return to Kansas, America non grata captures close-up reactions from French philosophers, Turkish corporate bosses, anti-globalization Greek leftists, London imams, passionate Serbian students, and many others.

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