‘Bad Axe’ film puts thumb on America’s tension points

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The Detroit News

DETROIT — When the World shut down in 2020, New York City-based filmmaker David Siev came home to Bad Axe, the small town in Michigan’s Thumb where he was born and raised, and started filming his family. At first, he wasn’t sure exactly what he was documenting. But over a number of months, a storyline began to emerge: about a family sticking together through unprecedented turbulence, about small business owners navigating a global pandemic in rural Michigan, about racism and division in small-town America, and about the promise and prosperity of the American dream. That movie is “Bad Axe,” and…

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