Left in Alabama has taken a look at “What’s the Matter with Kansas?” and they like what they see:
At the outset, the film presents a broad spectrum of Kansans; there’s the former Republican farmer who fights for small farmers and against global warming, the migrant workers from Mexico who come to Kansas hoping to earn a better life in the slaughterhouses and the shadows. Also featured is non-conformist artist M.T. Liggett whose sculptures offer something to piss off all sides of the aisle. Wisely, director Joe Winston allows the subjects to narrate their own lives.
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