Tuesday, May 8, 2012
Directors in person!
“Best doc of the year” – Village Voice
During the 1992 primary campaign season, directors Kevin Rafferty (ATOMIC CAFE) and James Ridgeway (Village Voice) took an insurgent approach by intercepting satellite feeds of unsuspecting candidates in candid moments. FEED presents a wild, sometimes wacky, yet always incisive look into the world of American politics. Watch Hillary Clinton schmooze with voters, Jerry Brown snort nose inhalers, Ross Perot talk dirty, Pat Buchanan get mad, and Bill Clinton sidestep Gennifer Flowers. Also featuring Arnold Schwarzenegger, George Bush, Bob Kerry, Tom Harkin and Sam Donaldson in a bevy of unscripted and highly revealing moments.
- Country USA
- Rating NR
- Year 1992
- Running Time 75 minutes
- Director Kevin Rafferty & James Ridgeway
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