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Source:  Chicago Tribune

If someone asked you about truths and values that you hold to be self-evident, would you and your neighbors see eye to eye? That’s the question “The American Question” is intending to answer when it hits the festival circuit this year.

The film challenges Americans to stop blaming others about the current social and political climate and to question how their own decisions and actions shape the country.

The film has taken producer Guy Seemann and director James Kicklighter around the nation to ask questions about family, money, and civics to Americans of all backgrounds with the objective of getting viewers to consider whether divisions in our society stem from group dynamics or if we’re all part of the problem as individuals.

Read the story at the Chicago Tribune.

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