Haiti

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Haiti[1]
Series
In The Dark
Original Broadcast Date
1993
Cast
Rick Overton, Paul, Sonya Verdiya, Tucker Smallwood, Irving Gelman, David Rapkin, Joe Frank
Format
Absurd Monologue, Scripted Actors, 30 minutes
Preceded by: Prayer
Followed by: A Hearing

"And all of a sudden something has happened, and I pass out..."

Haiti is the name of a program Joe Frank produced as part of the series In The Dark. It was originally broadcast in 1993.

Synopsis

  • Swanberg talks about his medical conditions and narrowly avoiding shock treatment.
  • Joe describes Haiti's new president: Swanberg.
  • Interview with a combat photographer - flour bombings, missing Tiananmen square.
  • A woman sings "Witchcraft."
  • Interview with a hotel proprietor.
  • Papa Doc the benign patriarch.
  • Interview with the minister of information about the human body as a metaphor for the country.


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In The Dark

Anthology of Love (part 1) | Anthology of Love (part 2) | Coma | Cruise, The | Either Or (part 1) | Either Or (part 2) | God | Green Cadillac | Haiti | Hawaii | Hearing, A | Hit Man | Hot Line | Insomnia (1995) | In a Lonely Place | Jerry's World (part 1) | Jerry's World (part 2) | Jerry's World (part 3) | Joe Frank's America | Just a Closer Walk with Thee | Just Hold Me | Last Run, The | Lila and the Professor | Loner | Loved One, The | Natural Disaster, A | Pilgrim | Prayer | Problems | Smile | Soul Mate | Special Family, A | Streetwise | That Night | Third World Country (Includes Raymond) | Tomorrow | When I'm Calling You