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Year: 2002
USA: Cowboy Pictures
Cast: John Flansburgh, John Linnell, Gina Arnold, Michael Azerrad, Adam Bernstein, David Bither, Frank Black, Linwood Boomer, Brian Cohen, Pat Dillett, Sue Drew, Dave Eggers, Jake Fogelnest, Joe Franklin, Janeane Garofalo, Ira Glass, Jonathan Gregg, Dan Hickey, Kurt Hoffman, Mark Hoppus, Al Houghton, John Houlihan, William Ingoglia, Mike Kelly, Jamie Kitman, Josh Kornbluth, Bill Krauss, Robert Krulwich, Michael McKean, Dan Miller, Glenn Morrow, Alex NoyesConan O'Brien, Annette O'Toole, Gary Ray, Andy Richter, Raoul Rosenberg, Harry Shearer, Paul Simon, Michael Small, Jim Stabile, Jon Stewart, Syd Straw, Sarah Vowell, Danny Weinkauf
Director: A J Schnack
Country: USA
USA: 102 mins
USA Release Date: 23 May 2003


Everybody dies frustrated and sad and that is beautiful.

Welcome to the surreal and poetic planet of They Might Be Giants, the Brooklyn-based musical duo of John Flansburgh and John Linnell, who have spent the past twenty years crafting their singular alt-pop style - cerebral, dark and humorous. Embracing the Do-It-Yourself ethos of true independent artists, They Might Be Giants has followed a unconventional path to cult stardom - from John and John's first meeting in a Lincoln, Massachusetts grade school through the East Village performance art scene of the early '80s to their 2002 Grammy Award - aided by stunning, low-budget music videos, trailblazing use of the internet and a truly groundbreaking utilization of the telephone answering machine.

Shot over seven months in 2001 as the Giants prepped their first studio record in five years, GIGANTIC: A TALE OF TWO JOHNS is a comprehensive chronicle of the band's 20-year history, told through performance, animation, videos and hilarious commentaries from friends and fans.

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