An Unreasonable Man is a 2006 documentary film that traces the life and career of political activist Ralph Nader, the founder of modern consumer protection in America and frequent presidential candidate. The film was created to defend Nader and restore his reputation after his controversial role in the 2000 U.S. presidential election The first half of the film examines Nader's advocacy for auto safety features, such as federally mandated seat belts and air bags, as well as his rise to national prominence following an invasion of privacy lawsuit against General Motors. It also examines the...
|Release date:||January 31, 2007|
|Directed by:||Steve Skrovan, Henriette Mantel|
|Editor:||Alexis Provost, Beth Gallagher|
|Music by:||Joe Kraemer|
|Cinematography:||Mark Raker, Matthew Davis|