American Landscape (2003) - Watch Online. Directed by William Noland

Genres Documentary    
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Country USA
Runtime 19 min
Plot American Landscape is a video 'painting' which examines the isolated individual as seen in the passing urban landscape. It is a meditation on contemporary American life, leaving space for viewers to bring their own experience to the video, the inevitable subtext of which is post-September 11th America.... search for American Landscape on IMDb

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    Directed by William Noland. American Landscape is a video 'painting' which examines the isolated individual as seen in the passing urban landscape. It is a meditation on contemporary American life, leaving space for ...

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