M.C. Higgins, the GreatBook - 1993
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This is a coming of age story. M.C. is the oldest child in his family. He dreams of convincing his father to leave the mountain because of the danger of a soil heap amassed by the strip mining industry. One day, strangers come to town. The dude with the tape recorder and his ride, a young woman traveling the country turn everything M.C. knows upside down.
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