What does America mean to you? The Listening Project is a captivating cinematic journey around the world in search of the meaning of America. Watch this extraordinary documentary, shot in 2006 during the Bush era, but with a message that still resonates today.
The Listening Project follows four unique Americans through fourteen countries – from a Shanghai hip-hop club to a war-ravaged Kabul neighborhood to a village at the foot of Mt. Kilimanjaro – in each place asking, "what do you think of America?" In beautifully-photographed locales, we encounter fascinating and diverse characters who reveal not only the impact of the U.S. on their lives, but also their perspectives on crumbling empires, human fellowship, and what it means to be a citizen in a globalized world.
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