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The House I Live In (2012) — Dir. Eugene Jarecki

2012, 110 minutes® The House I Live In?

Awarded the prestigious Grand Jury Prize for Best Documentary at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival, The House I live In is a poignant indictment of America’s longest war and the policies that have enabled it. At the root of it all, a social and racial caste system still in place long after the last days of the old Jim Crow laws. And an ever increasing and oh so profitable industrial prison complex that has decimated entire communities, thrown non-violent non-dealing drug users inside overcrowded and unsafe jail cells, cost taxpayers over a trillion dollars, and proved non-effective in reducing drug consumption.

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A documentary addict of sorts currently serving as Managing Director of the SEDPA (Syndicat des Entreprises de Distribution de Programmes Audiovisuels), an organization representing the moral and financial interests of French audiovisual distributors, in France and in Europe.

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