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Movie Review: 'Hell's Highway'
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Movie Review: 'Hell's Highway'

Movie Review: 'Hell's Highway'

Movie Review: 'Hell's Highway'
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Film critic David Edelstein reviews the new documentary Hell's Highway: The True Story of Highway Safety Films by director Bred Wood. It's about the Highway Safety Foundation of Mansfield, Ohio, which made a series of graphic driver's education films in the 1960s to warn students about the dangers of driving recklessly, sleepily or drunk.

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