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Roger & Me
- 1h 27m
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After General Motors closes its factory in Flint, Michigan, eliminating 35,000 jobs, filmmaker Roger Moore undertakes a quixotic quest to interview General Motors' chairman, Roger Smith ... and along the way captures an offbeat, comic view of the seedy underside of corporate America.
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Moore's first documentary is best for teens and up.
What Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this documentary addresses the economic downfall of Flint, Michigan, after General Motors laid off 30,000 employees. Bad language and violence are limited, the movie does include footage of crimes and of numerous families being evicted from their homes. People frankly express their economic desperation.
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- Genre:Documentary, Comedy
- Release Date:December 20, 1989
- Highest Available for Purchase:HD