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Winning New Hampshire (2004)

Unrated | | Documentary | 16 October 2004 (USA)
Every four years, the citizens of the United States of America perform their most sacred national duty: electing a President to lead the country. For the last five decades, the fiercely ... See full summary »

Directors:

Aram Fischer, Mark C. Lynch (as Mark Lynch) | 1 more credit »

Writers:

Mark C. Lynch (as Mark Lynch), William Rabbe
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Cast overview, first billed only:
John Kerry ... Himself
Howard Dean Howard Dean ... Himself
Vermin Supreme Vermin Supreme ... Himself
Martin Sheen ... Himself
Vanessa Kerry ... Herself
Carl Cameron Carl Cameron ... Himself - Fox News Chief Political Correspondent
Ed Markey ... Himself
Ted Kennedy ... Himself
Bill Gardner Bill Gardner ... Himself
Larry Carpman Larry Carpman ... Himself
Dahm Choi Dahm Choi ... Himself
Steve Wulff Steve Wulff ... Himself
Robert Feldstein Robert Feldstein ... Himself
Bill Burtus Bill Burtus ... Himself
Linda Fowler Linda Fowler ... Herself
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Every four years, the citizens of the United States of America perform their most sacred national duty: electing a President to lead the country. For the last five decades, the fiercely independent residents of one small Northeastern state have played a vital role in this search. Before the election, before the conventions, before a presumptive nominee is chosen, there is New Hampshire . Winning New Hampshire is the 2004 edition of this American tradition. The film captures the essence of the New Hampshire Primary, what it takes to win, the effects of the media and the new political youth movement. With a focus on the John Kerry Campaign, the winner of both the New Hampshire Primary and the Democratic Nomination, Winning New Hampshire provides an experience of this extraordinary political phenomenin and presents a distinctly new perspective of the Presidential selection process. Written by Aram Fischer

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Documentary

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Unrated
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

16 October 2004 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

New Hampshire, USA

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Budget:

$15,000 (estimated)
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Ashford Film See more »
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Color

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1.33 : 1
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This was the first completed political documentary to feature John Kerry and the only film to highlight the importance of winning the New Hampshire primary. See more »

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Best in Show meets the Candidate
17 October 2005 | by henticSee all my reviews

Words are sometimes not enough to express true brilliance, but pictures that correspond to the words can certainly afford an affable experience, which is to say this one truly nailed the hammer down upon the nail in providing the viewer with the perfect portrait of the lazy town of New Hampshire predicting the outcome of the leader of this country. What this film does best is portray the absolute nature of politics at its best or lowest in the thrilling forty five minutes of utter hilarity, sadness, cruelty, and longing. First screened in a private art forum in New York City, this film should go on to great success. As an avid viewer of all of the Rabbe films, I can say I look forward to the next Winning New Hampshire. Maybe a trilogy is in order.


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