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Filmmaker Interviews

Ross McElwee (1994)

In Ross McElwee's 1986 cult hit, Sherman's March, an idealist searches for love, happiness, and a wife. In Time Indefinite, he's turning 40, getting married, and heading out on yet another quest. Torn between being sick of an abundance of media surrounding the Baby Boomer Generation turning 40 and a need to document his life, McElwee hopes that the people within his generation can relate to his film.


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