45365 returns to Cleveland Museum of Art

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A couple of years ago, brothers Bill and Turner Ross quit their Hollywood jobs and returned to Sidney, Ohio, to make a documentary about life in small-town America. For their film, 45365, they followed several subjects, including a man who gets arrested, the high-school football team and a woman preparing for her wedding. "For a long time, we had been collecting stories and ideas about growing up in a small midwestern town," says Turner. "Rather than fictionalizing it, we thought it was more sincere to film in that location and tell other people's stories." The movie debuted at the South by Southwest film festival in March and took home the Best Documentary Feature award. Since then, it's been making the festival rounds and screened in Cleveland in August. Now it's back at the Cleveland Museum of Art Lecture Hall (11150 East Blvd., 216.421.7350, clemusart.com) at 7 tonight. Tickets are $8. Find more information at 45365movie.com.

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