POV: Season 4 (1991)

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Air date: Jun 25, 1991

"Twinsburg, OH: Some Kind of Weird Twin Thing" visits a twins convention; "Marc and Ann" looks at Cajun music; "Plena" celebrates Puerto Rican folk music. Filmmakers: Sue Marcoux, Les Blank, Pedro A. Rivera and Susan Zeig.

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Air date: Jun 25, 1991

"Twinsburg, OH: Some Kind of Weird Twin Thing" visits a twins convention; "Marc and Ann" looks at Cajun music; "Plena" celebrates Puerto Rican folk music. Filmmakers: Sue Marcoux, Les Blank, Pedro A. Rivera and Susan Zeig.

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Air date: Jul 2, 1991

Examined: efforts to renegotiate an 1892 land lease that has allowed residents of Salamanca, N.Y., to pay the Senecas "as little as a dollar a year rent for nearly a century." Included: comments from members of the Seneca Nation. W.S. Merwin narrates.

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Air date: Jul 9, 1991

A trio of films examining environmental crises: "Sea of Oil," "Chemical Valley" and "Turn Here Sweet Corn." Filmmakers include M.R. Katzke, Mimi Pickering, Anne Lewis Johnson and Helen De Michiel.

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Air date: Jul 16, 1991

Filmmaker Marlon Riggs addresses the prejudices and stereotypes facing gay black men in America in a frank work that includes monologues; poems; "vogue" dancers; and an a capella doo-wop quartet.

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Air date: Jul 23, 1991

"A Little Vicious," about a dog sentenced to die; "Where the Heart Roams," about the romance-novel industry, with comments from Barbara Cartland and Janet Dailey.

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Air date: Jul 30, 1991

"A Little Vicious," about a dog sentenced to die; "Where the Heart Roams," about the romance-novel industry, with comments from Barbara Cartland and Janet Dailey.

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Air date: Aug 6, 1991

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Air date: Aug 13, 1991

In "Homes Apart: The Two Koreas," North and South Koreans and Korean-Americans describe the impact of the country's division on their lives. Included: comments from students, homemakers and businessmen. Narrated and co-produced by Christine Choy. Written by playwright David Henry Hwang ("M. Butterfly").

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Air date: Aug 20, 1991

In "Homes Apart: The Two Koreas," North and South Koreans and Korean-Americans describe the impact of the country's division on their lives. Included: comments from students, homemakers and businessmen. Narrated and co-produced by Christine Choy. Written by playwright David Henry Hwang ("M. Butterfly").

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