'World's Best Prom': A Town-Wide Celebration

The prom king and queen make an entrance in a scene from 'The World's Best Prom'

The prom king and queen make an entrance in a scene from The World's Best Prom. Ari Vena and Chris Talbott hide caption

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Madeleine Brand talks with Chris Talbott, director of the documentary film The World's Best Prom, which focuses on the Wisconsin town of Racine that has turned prom night into an annual town-wide celebration, where teens are treated like movie stars.

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