In this cinematic masterpiece of cinema Ira Glass sits behind some radio gear and speaks into a microphone, to tell the stories of criminals, and the crime scenes they returned to, after having committed crimes at those places. The all-star cast includes Dan Savage and Mike Birbiglia, and Starlee Kine. Plus pictures and a cartoon by Chris Ware, more pictures by this guy Arthur Jones, and a special musical performance by Joss Whedon, creator of Dr.Horrible's sing along Blog and Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and not really a musician at all, but more of a hugely famous TV person. Together on stage for one night, these individuals have everything to lose, and even more to gain! So sit down, get up to get some juice, sit down again, and enjoy the film that was such a hit that it played in movie theaters for two days - This American Life: Return to the Scene of the Crime. Bonus features include: behind the scenes photos, audio commentary, and the popular pre-show puzzles.
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Have you watched This American Life - Return to the Scene of the Crime yet? What did you think about it?