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Cormac's Trash

USA, 1999 (MIFF 1999, Documentary)

Director: Rafe Greenlee

Anything but trash, this short documentary is a detective story and a comic snapshot of American culture in the US-Mexico border town of El Paso. In his quest to understand the reclusive novelist Cormac McCarthy, film maker Rafe Greenlee explores the meaning of privacy in a very public way.

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