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Jeff Deutchman has tried to give us a day in the life of America and the Globe picture of the historic day in which Barack Obama was elected President and in many methods redefined American as a 21st century multi-cultural nation. It is a strong moment, but the picture which is defined by its rigid methodology doesn't really live up to the moment. Deutchman – in what he describes as an act of consensual film-making - asked his mates around the globe to movie the happenings of the day which resulted in an echo chamber of mostly Obama supporters spouting simplistic thoughts on the historic significance of the day. The early parts before the election reflect the nervousness of Election Day and the soon sections the often drunken celebration of the day, but the movie fails to deliever a true understanding of the titanic events. Many of the clips are better suited to YouTube. The folks are mostly young, liberal and banal. They speak in sound bites about hope and change and rarely go below the surface to attempt to wrestle with the political significance or the momentous problems of the election. There is almost nothing on necessary problems such as Iraq, the sinking economy or the campaign's signature debate on Health Care. There are a several unbelievable clips like that of an elderly black campaign worker reflecting on her memories of the death of Emmet Till in 1955 and why this means so much to her. The test of a several international clips brings home that an American election has globe historical significance and international consequences. But most of the picture is incomplete and fully lacking in historical and political context. This is where the random verite style fails and where incorporating some expert analysis of the happenings should greatly strengthen the presentation of one of the most necessary happenings of our times. The movie reflects an innovative experiment, but unfortunately not a very successful one.
I caught this gem at the IFC Center back in June and have been waiting for an occasion to say my mates to go see it for themselves. I was in NY on 11/4/08 and this film brings it all back. Though much of the humor comes from the younger characters, it's the older ones who ask the tough questions. The film is made up of videos shot by true people, documenting their own experiences on that day. Jeff Deutchman, the director, simply shares them with us, without much fuss or propaganda. What ends up being most meaningful, oddly, is not the moments that create up the day but rather the glimpse this film allows us of ourselves. It's nice to see this day--history in the making, we knew--just two years later.
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