Family Portraits: A Trilogy of America Trailer

Family Portraits: A Trilogy of America Trailer (2003)

01 January 2003 Drama, Horror 103 mins

Three narratives ("Cutting Moments," "Home" and "Prologue") combine to create a shocking trilogy of modern American life, a portrait drawn with brushstrokes of hidden violence and disturbing cruelty. Directed by Douglas Buck, this unflinching film reveals what lies behind the drawn curtains of so-called "ordinary" households.

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United States 01 January 2003

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