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David Cross: Let America Laugh is a fly-on-the-wall documentary in which American film-maker Lance Bangs accompanies comedian David Cross on his 2003 Let America Laugh tour of the US. The film records and examines the interactions of Cross and his team with the strange and fascinating people they come across as they travel around America's heartland. Shooting on a small digital camera, the director was able to capture the intimate atmosphere of both the disasters and the high-points that faced the company. Concentrating more on the people in and around the tour, the movie has relatively little of Cross' standup, but gives a fascinating insight into the life of a touring comic, unusual in this case, because Cross traveled with musicians, rather than other comedians, and performed in small alternative rock clubs. The movie is 93 minutes long and is split into segments, the titles of which are taken from tracts by religious writer Jack T. Chick.