Underground Movie Is No. 1 on Critic's Top 10 List

The Village Voice | December 29, 2004
Ken Jacobs' Star Spangled to Death, a vast, ironic pageant of 20th-century American history, is the ultimate underground movie, says J. Hoberman, who chooses it as the best film of 2004.

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