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Family Portraits: A Trilogy of America (2003)

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Family Portraits: A Trilogy of America (2003) : Family Portraits: A Trilogy of America: From acclaimed director Douglas Buck comes an unflinching, disturbingly beautiful look at the underbelly of American family. Three separate narratives combine to create a unique trilogy of life today that will leave you devastated...and begging for more.

Released : September 05, 2003
Runtime : 103 mins
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