It might be hard to believe that in 2009, an Australian company was selling a DVD with hit movie-making legend Christopher Guest and his children’s book series, which included this documentary on what it’s like to be a parent. While the DVD was not the most popular in the U.S., it was certainly a best seller in Australia.
The DVD was sold out, but many people were disappointed that the release would not be available in the American market. The film is available on DVD here. For your reference, see this blog post about its release, an excellent guide to DVD releases.
Unfortunately, you can’t get the DVD in the U.S. because of a copyright claim from the producers of the film.
The documentary was released in Australia in 2008 and is available on DVD here.
The documentary is a good example of how not to release a film in the U.S. It’s not just because the producers of the film are Australian, but because they are the people that have claimed copyright on the film. The DVD was only released in Australia, so the film is available on DVD here. The documentary is an excellent example of how not to release a film in the U.S.
The DVD’s title says “The Life of an American Spy,” but it’s actually a character in the movie. It’s a guy who lives in an alien world and is trying to get his way in the real world, and we’re trying to be funny about it. But instead of getting a little cheesy, the movie was written by a guy named Jack.
The movie’s director, Chris Anka, was an intelligence officer in the U.S. Air Force during the Vietnam War. He was also a film director. The Life of an American Spy is one of those rare films that has been produced by a military veteran working in Hollywood. It’s also a great example of how not to license the work of non-military actors. The movie was written and directed by a man who was not a U.S.