Canal Zone

Film

 

Time Out says

First of a disappointing trilogy of Wiseman documentaries on export versions of Americana (followed by the military sketches of Sinai Field Mission and Manoeuvre), in which the pettily formal rituals of life around the Panama Canal are registered as if the politically sensitive zone had no social, economic, cultural or geographic identity beyond its backdrop function as a bicentennial home from home. Unilluminating and, at nearly three hours, deadly boring.
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Release details

UK release:

1977

Duration:

175 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Frederick Wiseman

Producer:

Frederick Wiseman

Editor:

Frederick Wiseman

Cinematography:

William Brayne

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