Journeyman: Rites of Passage, Mentoring and Male Culture in America

Journeyman: Rites of Passage, Mentoring and Male Culture in America

Director: Charlie Borden, Kevin Obsatz Cast: Mike Ericson, Joe Max

DVD (Wide Screen)

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Overview

Journeyman: Rites of Passage, Mentoring and Male Culture in America

As run by producer Charlie Borden of St. Paul, Minnesota, MirrorMan Films professes an abiding interest in attempting to heal broken down and dysfunctional male culture in contemporary society - the sort of culture that enables adult men (as mentors) to pass down love, wisdom, insight and validation to a younger generation. The nonfiction MirrorMan release Journeyman: Rites of Passage, Mentoring and Male Culture in America explores these ideas and goals in a documentary context; it discusses mentoring and how that can be used to mold and shape young men and combat the negative effects of various elements of contemporary society, such as the pervasive mass media.

Product Details

Release Date: 09/23/2008
UPC: 0880959001781
Original Release: 2007
Rating: NR
Source: Mirror Man Films
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital Stereo]
Time: 0:57:00

Special Features

Screen time: A conversation about the effects of media; Combat simulation: A veteran's perspective on boys playing splatball; The Aaron Taylor story: From NFL offensive tackle to mentor; The Minnesota premiere of Journeyman: Featuring a Q&A with the filmmakers and the stars of the film

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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Journeyman
   Feature Length Version (57 Min.)
   Chapters
   Broadcast Version (26 Min.)
   Special Features
      Screen Time: A Conversation About the Effects of Media
      Combat Simulation: A Veteran's Perspective on Boys Playing Splatball
      The Aaron Taylor Story: From NFL Offensive Tackle to Mentor
      The Minnesota Premiere: Featuring a Q&A With the Filmmakers and the Stars of the Film

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