I Just Wanted to Be Somebody

I Just Wanted to Be Somebody

I Just Wanted to Be Somebody

I Just Wanted to Be Somebody

I Just Wanted to Be Somebody

I Just Wanted to Be Somebody

2006 / United States / 10min

What do the religious right and the gay liberation movement have in common? Both were fortified by the efforts of one woman – Anita Bryant. Part document and part poem, I Just Wanted to Be Somebody brings us back to the late 1970’s and reflects on Bryant’s life and the impact she had. The film is comprised of news footage, commercials and Bryant’s own home movies. (Clips from I Just Wanted to Be Somebody appear in Gus Van Sant's film MILK.)

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Details

  • Original title
    I Just Wanted to Be Somebody
  • Direction
  • Screenplay
    Fenton Johnson
  • Dir. of Photo.
  • Editing
    Jay Rosenblatt
  • Music
    Beethoven
  • Sound
  • Duration
    10 min
  • Year
    2006
  • Country
    • United States
  • Colour
    • Colour
  • Audio Tracks
    ENG
  • Subtitles
    NONE
  • Production
    Jay Rosenblatt Film Library
    4159 20th Street
    CA 94114 San Francisco
    United States
    tel: + 1 415-641-8220
    e-mail: jayr@jayrosenblattfilms.com
  • Distribution
    Jay Rosenblatt Film Library
    4159 20th Street
    CA 94114 San Francisco
    United States
    tel: + 1 415-641-8220
    e-mail: jayr@jayrosenblattfilms.com

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