American Beer

American Beer

American Beer is a feature-length documentary directed by Paul Kermizian that chronicles and documents the American craft brewing industry. The film was shot in the spring of 2002. Kermizian and a group of four left New York City and traveled by minivan across the United States visiting 38 craft and independent breweries in 40 days.

In June of 2002, five friends left New York City by minivan and set out across the United States to visit 38 breweries in 40 days. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Nik M (br) wrote: The Butler is a fine example of a film that boasts its cast, subject matter, and sentimentality. Its cast has a variety of big names that stand out more than their characters (except Whitaker's). It treats its subject matter - black history in political, racial, social, and cultural considerations - as an elementary outline on the basics, sporting no points, no solutions, and not even insight. Instead, history is treated as a backdrop of a slideshow. Then, its emotions are melodramatic, jumping from one cliche to the next, treating its characters as two-dimensional with no self-value independent of the plot demands. The only considerable benefactor here is Whitaker's performance of a character who is emotionally unstable and lacks a clear motivation.

Zee T (nl) wrote: Singaporean Moulin Rouge = fantastic

Natasha T (br) wrote: A amazing doco seen through the eyes of a drug addict. Shows you the really impact of drugs on a family. Something everyone should see.

Dingleberry P (it) wrote: The first 5 minutes and the twist at the end are good. The rest feels like filler.

Jon R (ru) wrote: Brilliant and deeply touching documentary about homeless people in a part of the the New York underground subway system.A must watch.

Fatemeh A (ca) wrote: Though I really liked it, it's a weird love triangle... or square... I don't know, I gave up counting!!

Gustavo T (es) wrote: Very ambitious and daring essay on friendship, love and adulthood, especially for its time. Of course it is French. Of course it belongs to a long gone era. Of course Truffaut is to blame for it.

Ilsa L (de) wrote: Hauntingly beautiful.

Gerardo V (nl) wrote: If you want to see on the best performances by an actress this year, you must see Applause.Paprika Steen may not be a household name in the US, I hope that after this performance we see more of her in American films.