Home

1979, 88:05 min, b&w and color, sound

Through eloquent portrayals of four different life experiences — birth, aging, marriage and the death of a parent — Home addresses how the dissolution of the nuclear family and the increasing control of daily life by institutions have affected the individual. The subjects of this verité documentary include a ninety-four year-old woman in a nursing home and a young man caring for his terminally ill mother at home.

Executive Producer: John Reilly. Editor: Julie Gustafson. Sound: Nathaniel Merrill. Supervising Engineer/Videotape Editor: John J. Godfrey. Executive Producer: David Loxton. A production of Global Village in association with the TV Lab at WNET/Thirteen.

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Educational Rental
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Screening Rental
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Digital File
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BetaSP, DVcam, MiniDV PAL
$650.00
 
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