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Zach Galifianakis-Produced Documentary Follows Man Living Off Of Craigslist Generosity For A Month

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A trailer (above) for the Zach Galifianakis-produced documentary Craiglist Joe has hit the web and it looks all kinds of uplifting!

The film follows a man who wants to experience a sense of community in a world dominated by impersonal social media. He decides to test human generosity by relying purely on the people of Craigslist as he embarks on a 31-day journey through America with only his laptop, cell phone and clothes on his back.

From the looks of it, he wandered a tough road, but ended up meeting some VERY inneresting characters and made some inspiring emotional connections along the way.

We think this unique road trip movie may be a must-see for any documentary fan, do U?

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10 comments to “Zach Galifianakis-Produced Documentary Follows Man Living Off Of Craigslist Generosity For A Month”

  1. craver says – reply to this


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    I can't wait to watch this. It looks so interesting.

  2. lyle says – reply to this


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    Where and when can we watch this??? i like it!!!!!



  3. 3

    should get a real job



  4. 4

    This looks great. Can't wait for it to come out. I'm wondering how he worked it with the camera guy. Wouldn't it be easier for people to help him out since there's a camera person present? Inquiring minds need to know.

  5. Mel says – reply to this


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    That dominatrix chick is the one from MTV true life!! lol



  6. 6

    how many ppl have been murdered or beaten through cl meetings? I know a baby died as well

  7. nel says – reply to this


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    Re: hamnip – right!



  8. 8

    i hate when people say: "we're so caught up in our worlds…"!! bs! we're so caught up in our worlds because making a living in the US, along with the fact there are absolutely no employee rights, is trying to keep on the top of the game 24/7. people here are basically good, but we need to work as much as sharks need to swim to keep alive. if you go to a 3rd world country like Brazil, for example, people have 30 days of mandatory paid vacations, plus 1/3 of a month, as vacation bonus, plus a mandatory savings fund of 8% ( you can only touch that if you get fire, quit or buy a house), if your boss wants to fire you, he needs to give you 30 days notice and has to pay a fine for firing you. here, what we got? well, we can't even call the day in case of a funeral in the family, we can just shake the dust off our asses when we get fired. the problem in America is that we are poor, poor, poor, we barely make a living. and then people get blamed for that. übber manure!



  9. 9

    Sorry but I would not touch Craigslist with a ten foot pole, too many scammers out there.

    Thank you Alexima for your comments, as someone who got laid off and job outsourced to India sure wish I had those benefits. At least I had a severance package.



  10. 10

    god there are thousands of people out there living off the generosity of others my bf was like that when i met him offered him soup and here we are 4 years later ugh.. some people get to be free but its important to give back to the community so all the goodness keeps going around …i picked up a perfectly good sandwich maker electrical and still working worth 150 bucs new still in the shops just the other day u would be stunned what people are throwing out…we are a world of throw away it has to stop