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Workingman's Death (2005)

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Summary: A documentary on the extremes to which workers will go to earn a living. (by owen1218)

Genre: Documentary

Country: Austria, Germany

Directed By: Michael Glawogger

Written By: Michael Glawogger

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Workingman's Death belongs to 13 collections
1. Best of criticker: Documentary (public: moderated by avgcrtckr - 9 stars)
2. Documentaries about capitalism (public: moderated by djross - 5 stars)
3. Sight & Sound's Films of the Decade (00-09) (public: moderated by Cuculiza - 3 stars)
4. Full Unemployment Cinema (public: moderated by Ag0stoMesmer)
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