America's Heart and Soul
|America's Heart and Soul|
|Directed by||Louis Schwartzberg|
|Produced by||Louis Schwartzberg|
|Music by||Joel McNeely|
|Edited by||Brian Funck
|Distributed by||Buena Vista Pictures|
|Running time||84 minutes|
America's Heart and Soul is a 2004 film produced by Blacklight Films and released by Walt Disney Pictures. It is a documentary and was directed by Louis Schwartzberg. The film was nominated for two MovieGuide Awards, winning one.
It was released on July 12, 2004, and grossed $314,402.
America's Heart and Soul is a documentary which shows the different cultures and lifestyles that exist in America; from a family in New Orleans to the West to the peak of the Colorado Mountains. The Movie is a gifted documentarian, Louis Schwartzberg has packed up his camera and hit the road, with a goal of capturing both the unparalleled beauty of the U.S. and the incomparable spirit of its people. Unobtrusively, the filmmaker delves into the lives of ordinary Americans, who just so happen to have extraordinary stories, seamlessly blending their values, dreams, and passions into a spirited and well-paced film-event.
- Official website
- America's Heart and Soul at the Internet Movie Database
- America's Heart and Soul at Rotten Tomatoes
- America's Heart and Soul at Metacritic
- America's Heart and Soul at Box Office Mojo
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