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"Sometime between 8pm on July 1st and 1am on July 3rd, 2003, Doug Bruce lost himself. That morning, riding alone on a New York subway headed towards Coney Island, he could not remember his name, where he worked, who his friends were, how much money he had in his bank account. He was without his identity. Unknown White Male is the true story of how Bruce, a successful former stockbroker, struggles to learn who he was and who he will become."


Studio Universal (Music)
SKU 202757291
UPC 796019795395
UPC 14 00796019795395
Format DVD
Release Date 6/5/2007
Rating Rating
Name Bruce,Doug
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Cast & Crew
Beadie Finzi - Producer
Doug Bruce - Featuring
Lance Bangs, et. al. - Cinematographer
Mukul - Original Music By
Rupert Murray - Editor
Rupert Murray - Narrated By
Rupert Murray - Director
"Lance Bangs, et. al." - Cinematographer
Nominee (2005) Sundance Film Festival, Rupert Murray, Grand Jury Prize in World Cinema - Documentary
ReviewSource Total Film
Review "Bruce is able to discover the world as a child and becomes the envy of his stuck-in-their-thirties mates. Murmurs about the story's veracity are irrelevant. Whether a mock or a documentary, there's real resonance when Bruce sees the ocean for the first time (again?). ""I was so overwhelmed, I could hardly breathe,"" he says. What would you give for that opportunity?"
ReviewRating 9
ReviewSource Chicago Sun-Times
Review "The real subject of the film is Douglas Bruce sitting on two years of memories and told there is a 95 percent chance that another 30 years may return to him. A lot of people don't want to know when they're going to die. Maybe they wouldn't want to be reborn, either."
Reviewer Roger Ebert
ReviewRating 9
DVD, Widescreen, Dolby Digital (5.1), Hi-fi Stereo
Product Attributes
Actor Bruce,Doug
Label Fox Lorber Home Video
Music Format DVD
Video Format DVD
Kyle Smith, New York Post Veers between mystery, comedy, philosophical inquest and medical/psychological drama.
Melissa Levine, Dallas Observer A fascinating documentary...
Tim Grierson, L.A. Weekly ...very human suspense thriller.
"Kyle Smith, New York Post" "Veers between mystery, comedy, philosophical inquest and medical/psychological drama."
"Melissa Levine, Dallas Observer" A fascinating documentary...
"Tim Grierson, L.A. Weekly" ...very human suspense thriller.
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