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Part verité essay, part political diary, 23 MILE is an experimental nonfiction film following Americans during cataclysmic events in the swing state of Michigan throughout 2020-- including the plot to kidnap Governor Whitmer-- painting a portrait of a populace that defies media stereotypes. A document of complex discourse, the film forces viewers to question their own assumptions about race, class, social status and geographical demographics, drawing a surprisingly hopeful human portrait against the foreboding backdrop of societal instability.

78 minutes, USA, 2024

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