'American Made Movie' touts US brand appeal
from USA Today
If you proudly buy locally grown vegetables for your stew, why not buy a U.S.-made slow cooker to cook them in? You should, say Vincent Vittorio and Nathaniel Thomas McGill. And that idea is the core of the pair's new documentary, “American Made Movie.” It's a by-now-familiar film about the decline of American manufacturing and its impact on communities — but with a twist. Instead of relying on trade barriers to protect manufacturing jobs, the film argues that Americans can tap into the same pride of place and craftsmanship farmers have used to fuel the movement toward locally grown food.
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