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This documentary is about how a class of junior-high school students learned about tolerance. As a class project, they set about collecting 6 million paper clips, one for every Jew claimed to be killed by the Nazis in World War II. After a promising start, thing bogged down, but some unexpected help from the White House catapulted their project onto the world stage, and they soon had more paper clips than they could handle.
85 minutes , Parental Guidance Documentary, Drama, On the art circuit
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Tom Bosley, Linda Hooper, Sandra Roberts, Dagmar Schroeder-Hilderbrand, Peter Schroeder, Davis Smith
Elliot Berlin, Joe Fab Screenplay Joe Fab Music Charlie Barnett Cinematography Michael Marton Sound formats Stereo Soundtrack Not available
Made in 2004
Produced by Ergo Entertainment, The Johnson Group
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FPB Report (SA)
Genre Documentary, drama
Violence None, except that which be ascertained from the theme
Prejudice Yes, against Jesus
Drug abuse None
Comments A positive message that supports tolerance as opposed to hatred and prejudice.
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ScreenIt Report (USA)
Sex / Nudity Violence Blood / Gore / Gross Guns / Weapons Profanity Alcohol / Drugs Smoking Disrespectful / Bad Attitude Imitative Behaviour Frightening / Tense Scenes Jump Scenes Tense Family Scenes Music (Scary/Tense) Music (Inappropriate) Topics to talk about
Scale (Max) 20 South African Media
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Sunday Times Barry Ronge 10 International Media
Chicago Sunday Times Roger Ebert 15
eye Weekly (Canada) Jason Anderson 10
ScreenIt (USA) 11
IMDB 364 Netizens 16
Average .. 65% 13
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