Director: Albert Maysles & David Maysles & Charlotte Zwerin
Size: 694 MB (or 711,568 KB or 728,645,632 bytes)
Video Codec: XviD
Video Bitrate: 963 kb/s
Resolution: 512x384 (1.33:1) [=4:3]
Qf: 0.204 bits/pixel
Audio Specs: 0x0055(MP3) ID'd as MPEG-1 Layer 3
Audio Bitrate: 93 kb/s, monophonic VBR
Fs: 48000 Hz
Runtime: 01:31:19 (131,361 fr)
Description: One of the most well respected of the cinema verite documentaries of the 1960's, this non-fiction film follows a group of real-life Bible salesmen for the Mid-American Bible Company as they ply their wares. The central figure in the film is Irish-American Paul Brennan, a 56-year-old of great wit who traipses door to door in an effort to sell the good book to Catholic housewives who really can't afford to buy but don't want to appear rude to a Church-sanctioned representative. The documentary, a collaboration by the Maysles brothers, also follows Brennan as he shares war stories with fellow Bible peddlers and attends management and sales meetings. The Maysles' next film was their classic documentary of the Rolling Stones fateful 1969 tour, Gimme Shelter (1970).
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