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Bob Smith, U.S.A. is a hilarious new documentary film by Neil Abramson (Without Air, Soldier Child, Defining Maggie) that provides a view into American culture through the eyes of seven men named Bob Smith.

The filmmakers traveled across the United States documenting the lives of all the Bob Smith’s. Despite their common names, the men vary greatly in profession, age and religion - from septic tank repairman to yoga instructor; from twenty eight to eighty-eight years old; from Evangelical Christian to Evangelical Atheist. As each man’s story unfolds in their own words, intimate portraits are drawn; creating a poetic, non-judgmental and highly entertaining document of American life.


"This film needs to reach the public eye."
22 June 2005

Author: broknspyrl from United States
"Overall, I felt this was a most excellent film, which I recommend everyone go and see. Yes, many of the characters are rather hate-able, but, some characters are just fun to hate. I guarantee, after this film, you and your friends will be talking about and mentioning the characters from this film for weeks after you have seen it. *HAHAHAHAHA*"

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"Great movie that really says something about the diversity of Americans beyond race"
19 August 2005

Author: Sprklngdmd from United States
" I don't suggest seeing this movie if you are very religious and offended easily by those who criticize religion. So I definitely suggest finding a way to see this movie, it's worth it!"

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"Incredible film. Funny, filling, honest."
20 August 2005

Author: amazing_sincodek from United States
"I just saw this film for the second night in a row and I still can't believe how awesome it is. If you have access to a screening, read no more: just go see it. There's no way anyone can describe it that would really convey its essence, and I imagine it's best to see it with no expectations at all except that it will be a fun ride. This film is just awesome. Try to see it if you can. You leave feeling whole and you don't even know why."