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Borrowing its title from a line in George Bernard Shaw's Man or Superman, An Unreasonable Man ponders the most popular pundit of the last few years while quietly pocking the bloated corpses of both parties with a rather sharp stick. Revving up in the mid-late-'60s, directors Henriette Mantel and Steve Skrovan pursue the career course of Ralph Nader, the good man from Connecticut who got a large chunk of the blame for the Dubya presidential victory.

 



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