Ptown Diaries

(2009)
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Chronicling the amazing history of Provincetown a small Ma. town where the pilgrims first landed to the present day Gay Mecca. Ptown diaries weaves the story of the New England Yankees, Portuguese fisherman, bohemian artists into a single mesmerizing history. Provincetown was the first artists colony in the united states. The true beginnings of American drama took place here with the arrival of Eugene O "Neil, followed by the groundbreaking work of Tennessee Williams. Ptown diaries embraces the: the eccentric, the rich heritage, and the magnificent landscape known as "Lands End "

  1. Joseph Mantegna

    Director, Writer

  2. Michel Wallerstein

    Writer

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  1. Alan Cumming

    Alan Cumming

    Narrator

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Status Released

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  • June 16, 2009
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 30m

Budget $350.00

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