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24 Hours on Craigslist

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Documentary
Release Date:January 1, 2004
Running time:76 minutes
Cast:Rachel Berney, Holly Dalton, Darleen Hollis, Tina McRee
Director:Michael Ferris Gibson

Description: This is a fast-paced and fascinating look at a day in the life of the "craigslist community" -- the original online bulletin board where apartments, jobs, rides, romance, old futons and virtually every other aspect of modern life are available for those seeking same. Filmed in San Francisco and created entirely from user posts, this documentary provides a glimpse of the variety and breadth of the experiences of the website's users. Eight film crews, also found through a single post on craigslist, were sent to film 121 different stories posted on August 4, 2003. The documentary's rapid editing style highlights the individuals in the context of their postings, and allows the subjects' comments to move the film along without the use of voice-over narration.

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