Paperboys (film)

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This article is about the 2001 documentary. For the 2009 coming-of-age film, see Paper Boys.
Directed by Mike Mills
Produced by Ned Brown, Julia Leach, Andy Spade
Music by Elliott Smith
Cinematography Joaquín Baca-Asay
Edited by Haines Hall
Release date
Running time
41 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Paperboys is a 2001 documentary film by American director Mike Mills.

The 41-minute film, produced by Andy Spade, profiles six paperboys from Stillwater, Minnesota. They invite Mills into their homes, show him their personal effects, and answer questions about their lives and the future of paperboys. Parents weigh in on the benefits of their children's job and share thoughts on how the city has changed over the years. Mills's camera follows the boys on their routes, and the elegiac footage is accented with contemporary music.

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