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In Guns We Trust

Canada / USA, 2013 (MIFF 2013, Pre-Feature Shorts)

Director: Nicolas Lévesque Nicolas Lévesque

In Kennesaw, Virginia, gun ownership is mandatory by law: every household must own a minimum of one working gun, with ammunition. Using still, black-and-white photos and audio excerpts, director Nicolas Levesque paints a strange, sobering portrait of the townspeople and a gun culture that's unique even by US standards.

D/P Nicolas Lévesque WS Travelling TD HD Cam/2013

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