On his coast-to-coast tour, filmmaker D.W. Gibson has learned much about unemployment, weight gain and strange verbs.
Gibson, 33, is part of a three-person crew crossing the country to interview people about the experience of being laid off. Or, to put it in the evasive language of corporations, “surplused,” “ managed out” or “non-reinstated.”
“The terminology is very interesting,” Gibson said.
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