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Title Workingman's death / Lotus-Film/Quinte Film co-production Arte G.E.I.E. ; producers, Erich Lackner, Mirjam Quinte, Pepe Danquart ; written & directed by Michael Glawogger.
Imprint [United States] : Alive Mind ; New York, NY : Distributed by Lorber HT Digital, [2008]

 MUSKINGUM DVD  HD4901 .W6755 2008    AVAILABLE  
 MUSKINGUM DVD  HD4901 .W6755 2008    AVAILABLE  
Subject Working class.
Coal mines and mining -- Ukraine.
Slaughtering and slaughter-houses -- Nigeria.
Sulfur mines and mining -- Indonesia.
Iron and steel workers -- China.
Scrap metal industry -- Pakistan.
Alt Name Lackner, Erich.
Quinte, Mirjam.
Danquart, Pepe.
Glawogger, Michael, 1959-2014.
Zorn, John, 1953-
Lotus Film (Firm)
Quinte Film.
Association relative à la télévision européenne.
Alive Mind Media.
Lorber HT Digital.
Description 1 videodisc (122 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Note Documentary.
Title from container.
Originally released in 2005.
Special features: Audio commentary by director Michael Glawogger.
System Details DVD-video; full screen, aspect rated 4x3; Dolby Digital 6.1 surround.
Note English, German, Igbo, Indonesian, Mandarin, Pashtu, Russian or Yoruba dialogue; English subtitles.
Credits Cinematographer, Wolfgang Thaler ; editor, Monika Willi Ilse Buchelt ; music, John Zorn.
Audience Not rated.
Summary A look at what people from different countries endure in order to have a job. Includes a coal miner in the Ukraine, a slaughterhouse worker in Nigeria, a sulfur miner in Indonesia, a steel worker in China, and a ship-breaker in Pakistan.
Awards British Film Institute's Grierson Award; German Film Awards' Film Award in Gold; Gijon Film Festival: Jury Award.
ISBN/ISSN 718122515523
Publisher # ALV-DV-9 Alive Mind
OCLC # 232303676

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