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Published on Jun 2, 2017
"A wry and funny tale about the fulfillment found in coming home... A cross between Woody Allen and Fred Rogers, (Kurlander) reminds us that our cities are the real "Real America" because they are the creative, connected places in which we can best renew ourselves, our country, and our hope for all humanity." -- Howard Fineman, NBC
"A movie that is timely, moving, and-- above all- entertaining... a funny self-help guide for cities looking at their future." -- Mitch Teich, NPR
The story of coming home and of one of America's great cities that built America with its steel, conquered polio, and invented everything from Aluminum to the Big Mac, reinventing itself for a new age. Featuring some of Pittsburgh's favorite neighbors including Franco Harris, Teresa Heinz Kerry, Joanne Rogers, and Pittsburghers from Broadway to Hollywood singing "Won't You Be My Neighbor?" with Mr. McFeely from "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood" And comedian Louie Anderson talking about the difference between Pittsburgh and his hometown of Minneapolis.