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American Dharma

American Dharma is a movie starring Steve Bannon, Bill Clinton, and Hillary Clinton. A portrait of controversial political strategist and former Donald Trump advisor, Steve Bannon.

Running Time
1 hours 35 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, Biography
Errol Morris
Errol Morris, Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, Steve Bannon
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A portrait of controversial political strategist and former Donald Trump advisor, Steve Bannon.

Comments about documentary «American Dharma» (142)

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Melissa Greene

As I watched "Peace, Love and Understanding", I couldn't help but think about the many issues discussed and not discussed in this film. What I found interesting was the inability of both parties to listen to each other. In the film, you see the world from a point of view of the two main characters. The film is about how they try to see things from their own point of view. I think that this film could be interesting to anyone interested in learning more about Buddhism and the various aspects of it. Although it is a very subjective film, I think that the acting was great, the production was excellent and the direction was excellent. If you have an interest in Buddhism, I recommend watching this film.

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The story of the movie and the lives of those involved in it is fascinating, the footage is incredible, and it's almost impossible not to be touched by the story. I found the film to be a bit slow and boring at times, but it was a compelling look into the lives of the men and women who made the movie possible. I thought it was very educational and very entertaining. While some may feel that the movie had a religious message, I don't think it was at all. I thought the movie made the point that it's important to be who you are and not how you look. I found the acting to be incredible, especially that of the actors who played the main characters. It was very emotional, and a lot of times, I found myself crying. The story of the movie was interesting and captivating, and it was hard not to be moved by the story. The one thing I would have liked to have seen was more footage of the shooting. I would have liked to have seen more footage of the documentary process and the many interviews that were used. The film was a lot longer than it needed to be, but I still think that it was very informative and very entertaining.

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From the writing of his own documentary to the man-on-the-street interviews, Kevin Nash never lets his personal life stop him from his political activism. Nash's activism is as powerful as his writing. "Kevin Nash's "We Got the Power" is an epic that lives up to the promise that it displays. Nash's words are more than just words. They are powerful, honest, and they serve a powerful message of hope and hope's forgiveness. The film captures the wordless struggles of a man that never quits fighting for what he believes in. "We Got the Power" is an eye-opening, informative and inspiring documentary that will be a part of our cultural history for years to come.

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This movie has a lot of merit. It shows how the poor in India have been punished for their alleged crimes, and how they have to live with their poverty. It also shows the plight of a small community that has lost its identity and power. It also shows how poverty is not the result of some hidden disease, but a product of the society and the government. I think this is a very powerful movie. I like that it is based on the truth, but I also like that it shows the American way of thinking. I don't think the movie is for everyone. I think it's not suitable for people who are weak and are easily offended. But I also think it's a good movie for people who are open to new ideas. I have read some of the comments on this film and they seem to be angry at the fact that the poor have been punished for their crimes. I think the movie shows the reality, and that's why it is so powerful. It's a film about poverty, but it's also about a community's struggle to survive. I think it's a great film. It's very moving and has a lot of insight into the conditions in India. The people in the community show us what poverty is like, and the way they deal with it. This movie is very powerful and should be watched by everyone.

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Harry B.

It's fascinating to see the natural history of this period in history, and to see the human side of the stories told. I think this film does an excellent job of portraying the changing faces of the English aristocracy. This is a time period that is often talked about in terms of "the social time of the upper classes" but I think it's also a time period that is also important in terms of the development of the British state. These films are interesting, and I think they're well worth watching.

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Paul V.

This is the best documentary I have seen, so far. The filmmakers spend a lot of time with the people involved in the film, and the voices they capture are both moving and funny. In this film, I had a very strong feeling that I was seeing an extreme case of reality distortion. When people tell me about their abuse, I always ask myself, "What would I do if I was abused like that?" Would I be angry, would I do anything to avoid the situation, or would I simply accept the abuse and move on? The filmmaker's interviews with the people involved in the film tell a different story, and they are both very powerful and poignant. What is particularly interesting is that the people who were abused as children did not seek help, and the documentary does not suggest that they should. This is the first documentary I have ever seen that takes a position that people who are abused should not seek help. This documentary gives the impression that everyone who is abused should just accept the abuse and move on. I really wish that this film was longer, as it was very powerful and moving.

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After seeing this documentary, I really liked it. I felt that it really showed the perspective of a family from the very beginning to the end. I was impressed with how it really connected with the members of the family. I really liked the documentary and I would recommend it to anyone who is a fan of real stories. The story is really not about a religion or a political issue. It is about a family that has struggled with something that was really close to them. It really shows how a family can work through a lot of things and find strength from the strength of their love. It really was a very interesting and insightful documentary that I would definitely recommend.

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Carolyn George

I love a documentary, and I love a story that's true. I don't like to waste time watching a lot of fake ads or a lot of nonsense. So I came into this with high expectations. I was pleasantly surprised. I liked it very much, but it's not really a documentary. The story was told in a very interesting and clear way. I felt I was really watching a great story unfold. There were some other things that I really liked, such as the way it was shot, the direction, the lighting, etc. The subjects were very interesting, the stories were very interesting, and the overall feel of the film was very good. The problem is that a lot of the subject matter is very intense. It's very hard to digest at times, especially if you've already seen the film. I would recommend this film for anyone who likes a good story, but who has to think about it a lot. I would recommend this film to anyone, and I would also recommend this film to anyone who likes documentaries, but would be scared to see them. I gave this film a 7/10.

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Robert Clark

This is a very good documentary and shows a more objective point of view. I really enjoyed the film and would recommend it to anyone who is interested in the subject. However, it would be great if it had been released a little earlier.

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Evelyn Moreno

I'm going to try to keep it short and sweet. I liked the movie, but some of the "new" movie stuff was a bit jarring. I thought the performance by the doctor was particularly strong. He was articulate and not afraid to speak his mind. But, on the other hand, he was as sick as anyone could get. What do you do when you are sick and there is nothing to be done? I'm sure this is not the way it was in the late '60s and early '70s, but I feel that the movie was somewhat unrealistic. So, it's a good movie, but it could have been a little more realistic. Still, it was a nice watch. I think it's worth seeing.

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Henry Bell

Being a former U.S. Army officer and a former Buddhist monk myself, I felt compelled to comment on this film. "A Gentle Sense of Humor" (which also won a number of awards, including Best Documentary Feature at the Sundance Film Festival), is a deeply personal film. The subjects are varied and personal, and the film is more concerned with the feelings and experiences of those who were in the military and have experienced combat. The film starts with a flashback, of a young U.S. Army soldier who spent two years in combat, where he saw firsthand the effects of combat on his friends, family, and fellow soldiers. The young soldier's mother and father, his brother, his best friend, and his first sergeant are interviewed. The film then switches to interviews with current soldiers. Each of the soldiers are given three days to share with the audience the emotions that are associated with their experiences. The questions are numerous, and the answers are sometimes unexpected. The interviewees have been under stress from the war, and have been the victims of combat and torture. In addition to the emotional toll of combat, they have been through some of the most traumatic experiences imaginable. Some of the questions are about the psychological effects of combat, while others focus on the physical effects. While the military is not discussed, the physical and psychological effects of combat are very much a part of the discussion. In the film, the physical and psychological effects of combat are not just a personal experience, but an experience shared by many who have gone through combat. The soldiers who have been in combat have had their souls torn asunder, and the psychological effects have been felt by everyone they have ever known. This film also has a very good message, and should be viewed by all who have served in the military. I found the film to be very moving and interesting. However, I did not find it to be as informative as it could have been. I feel that the film could have been more complete, more concise, and more accurate. However, the film is still a powerful story, and I found the film to be very moving. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in learning more about the experiences of the men who served in combat. The film is a powerful and moving story, but it is not a comprehensive documentary. I would recommend that anyone who is interested in the experience of war, or those who have served in the military, see this film. However, it is not an informative documentary, and there are many other documentaries that are much more comprehensive and that are also more informative.

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As a life long Dharma practitioner, I am not very surprised by the ranting and the quarreling on the surface, but I think this film is important and relevant for those of us who are interested in the "benefits" of Meditation. It is not so much about the science of meditation, but about the power of the mind, and the ability of those who practice to "cure" themselves. It shows that it takes a lot of work and commitment to actually "cure" yourself of any disease or injury that you may have. It also shows that the ultimate aim of meditation is to transform your life, and it doesn't matter how long or short the journey, the reward is worth it. It's about time and the process of healing. Some people who practice Meditation, like me, have done this for many years, and we have found ourselves to be healers and transformers. I am sure many people have found this film to be very helpful and informative. I highly recommend it.

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Jacqueline W.

A great documentary about the Indian contribution to the development of the world. It shows that a lot of progress is being made in the fields of agriculture and science, but that much still needs to be done. The film is very well written, with a good flow of information. I especially enjoyed the interview of the writer, Carla Hall. This is the first of three documentaries that I will be watching this year.

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Jonathan Lee

The film explores the historical relationships between the Tibetan Buddhist tradition and the establishment of Buddhism in the Chinese Empire, and the role of monks in the imperial court. The film's strengths lie in the detail and insight it provides into the cultural and spiritual life of the Dalai Lama. The film documents his rise to political power in the mid-nineteenth century as the first Dalai Lama, and his death in 1959 as the founding patriarch of the Tibetan Monastic Order. The film also delves into the Dalai Lama's personality, personality traits, and personal experiences, and the roles that monks play in society. The film's strengths lie in the value of compassion and love. The Dalai Lama's commitment to a pure, compassionate, and nonviolent society contrasts with the dictatorial rule of his father, the late King Gyatso, who in addition to his oppressive reign of terror, actively sought to destroy the Tibetan Buddhist traditions. The Dalai Lama's dedication to compassion makes him a more fitting symbol of compassion than the Dalai Lama himself. His character and personal life are also highly fascinating, as he not only challenges the institutionalized monastic system of the Tibetan Buddhist Order, but also challenges the power of his personal rule by creating a system of political and spiritual reform. The film is also informative about the impact of the Dalai Lama's spiritual education in Tibet. The film documents the teachings of a monk, a monk-monk, and a master-monk, and also interviews various experts and Buddhist monks, to form the basis of its factual historical accuracy. This film is an important step in the progression of history, and a great addition to any collection of films. It is an excellent film for anyone who is interested in the history of the Tibetan Buddhism or Tibetan Buddhism in general.

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A very rare interview with former Beatles manager Brian Epstein, talking about the making of the Beatles' Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, and the future of the band. We learn about the difficulties of the making of the album, and how it managed to survive to be one of the most popular albums of all time. There are interviews with many Beatles fans, and the director of the documentary interviews Epstein's brother, and Lennon's wife, among others. There is a documentary, and a concert film, and an interview with his son, who is now an amazing musician, and discusses his relationship with Epstein. It's a very interesting, and heartbreaking, documentary.

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Movies like this are so rare in modern day society, there's even more reason to celebrate and hope this becomes the year's best documentary. In the 1950s, there was the 1957 Waco Texas standoff, one of the largest standoffs in the history of American policing, resulting in the deaths of seven people. The following year, we have the Marshall Fields, an innocent man with a promising future, who is killed by his brother in law, despite his sincere and courageous intentions. These two events took place at the same time, in August of 1956. A few months later, the Feds held a press conference, where they stated that they would be willing to take some prisoner, if the price was right. It's been 50 years, but as time passes, the question still remains, who's in the right, and who's in the wrong? (Sorry if it sounds cheesy, but I think I might be). This film is incredibly powerful, and in a way is very depressing, but it's not in a way that will pull you away from your senses. You will know exactly what to think of what's happening, and you will be thinking about it for a long time afterwards, and even decades after the event. What's most important is that it's not sensationalism, but a really human and detailed look at what the FBI and the Department of Justice did in those decades. This is what true documentaries are supposed to be, and this is just one of the best documentaries ever made.

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A fascinating story about a young woman who suffered from a psychotic break. The film itself is a moving and powerful insight into mental illness. The entire film follows the young woman, Sheryl Bobbitt, her mother, Diane Ladd, and a few family members, including the daughter, Gail. The film goes through Sheryl's illness, as well as the efforts of the hospital to treat it. One thing I did notice that I didn't really understand at first was why Sheryl was a bit of an outcast. At first I thought it was because of her being gay. But after I realized it wasn't, I realized Sheryl was a bit of a weirdo. She was just different, and she also seemed to be quite the oddball. The fact that she was a disturbed, manic depressive, troubled young woman who was also pretty smart makes her a very interesting character. Sheryl is quite a character. She gets to have her own show, and she's able to tell the story of her illness very well. She was very articulate about the problems she was facing, and she's able to be quite frank and honest about her illness. I found her to be a very relatable character, because she is very intelligent and very well spoken. And she is very honest with her own thoughts. It's also interesting to know that Sheryl was the one who made the hospital promise to be a good, caring place. The hospital had just been shut down, and Sheryl had to pay a lot of money to stay there. So she had to go through a lot of difficulties to get back to her life. I liked the fact that the hospital promised that if she was able to get better, the hospital would promise to be a good place to stay. I thought the hospital was very helpful, as well. The staff was very understanding, and they really helped Sheryl to get over her illness, as well as make her life better. They even brought her a few books that she liked. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in mental health. It is a good film, and I think everyone should see it.

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Christine R.

I was never in a mood to watch a documentary like this before, but had some great expectations. And it fulfilled them. I like to see people who have lived the changes they've had to go through and tell their stories, but there are too many people who aren't happy with their lives. But if you can watch a documentary that can give you an objective view, I can guarantee you will be pleasantly surprised. This was truly an eye opener and if you need to know the inside of what it takes to live in poverty, this is the documentary for you.

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Brandon H.

The film is largely a celebration of three remarkable people. Two of these are Cusack and Byrne, who, like it or not, are the archetypal "others" to the "others" the filmmakers portray. The third is Steve Martin, who is played as a miserable recluse. The film is part documentary, part fairy-tale, and part social-realist classic, but not without its occasional niggling details. For example, the concept of "a kinder, gentler, bigger than the beast" applies just fine to Cusack and Byrne, as well as to Martin and Martin (how could it not?). Still, "Dangerous Minds" is a remarkable, poignant, and inspiring film, and a whole lot more. For a long time, I would say that Steven Brill's "Gone with the Wind" was the "best picture of the year", and I wouldn't be so hasty in this case. However, "Dangerous Minds" is an entirely different animal. That's not to say that "Gone with the Wind" was bad, I mean that the sheer depth of this film is simply extraordinary. It's as if the magic of cinema were at work here, and Brill was merely a cog in the machine. And to say that "Dangerous Minds" is a masterpiece would be an understatement. There are two of them, as the film is a portrait of three real people, whose lives and work would be never-ending and completely unique in their own rights. But, the film is also a sort of moralistic manifesto, a promise of social-change and a wish to see the world that Martin and Martin represent become a little bit more better for the people who are the subject of this documentary. The film is the type of film that reminds us of the timeless value of art, and the need for more creative freedom. We see the absurdities of the real world, but we also see the trivialities and hypocrisies of the Hollywood system. This is a film to be savored, and never forgotten. I give it a 9 out of 10, but it really is worth at least a 10. It's that good.

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Donna A.

I was fortunate to attend the film premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival and I am very pleased with the final product. This is the first time that I have seen a biopic that has the depth, the coherence, the originality and the humor that the British and American film-makers have worked so hard to achieve. The film is anchored by the main character, Tony, played by Ian McShane, who portrays his life through his own words. This is what is the greatest quality of the film. It is that McShane, rather than putting his own words and using a script to convey his message, is just the opposite - making the film his own words. In addition to his insightful remarks, McShane, through his performance, has given us a portrait of how a man can become involved in a struggle for change. Without the wisdom and compassion of McShane, this film would not have been nearly as powerful. And, as I said at the beginning of the film, this is the first time I have seen a film that is a direct and honest portrayal of the political process. That is, it is not a movie that tells the viewer what is right and wrong. Instead, it takes us into the political process in a manner that allows us to see the truth behind the arguments that are used to promote our political agenda. From my perspective, it is a perfect film for the entire family. For me, the film captures the essence of our lives and makes us reflect on our lives through the lens of our youth. And, to the writer, director and all of the other cast and crew members, I say, "Thank you."

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Gary Tran

PBS Frontline, a public service station, sent me a piece of film to review in their program. The movie was Dharma, a documentary by the film maker, the director, and the writer. Dharma is about the 'non-violent' methods used by Jesus of Nazareth in the early years of his ministry. This film is about how the church looks to Christ as a guide and the ultimate teacher of life, not a good person, but the best person. This film is a great lesson about what the church is all about. As a Christian I have to say that I found this film very important. The film focuses on the basic teaching of Christ. The film also includes the 'peaceful' methods of Jesus. I would recommend this film to everyone. I have to say that the film was very good. The methods used by Jesus in the beginning of his ministry were very peaceful. The techniques were very peaceful, and Christ's teachings are very peaceful. I would recommend this film to everyone, as it is very important to see. I give this film a 7 out of 10.

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Tiffany D.

A great movie for the entire family. I thought it was very well done and I think it is a great example of a film that should be made. The only complaint I have is that the soundtrack is a little too obvious and may be hard to understand. I am not a fan of hip-hop, and I am not a fan of rap music. I am more of a country, rock, and soul type of music person. I think that the music in this movie was the best part. It was more in the right places. I thought the story was well done, the message was well presented, and I think the actors did a good job. I really enjoyed it.

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This is a documentary about how one man went from poverty to power to change the world, using his small-time wealth to help others. The man has a colorful, often bizarre but always intriguing life, with a striking and undeniably humorous characteristic. This is the first feature-length film that has been so highly acclaimed by the general public and nominated for several Oscars. It is one of the best documentaries ever made. The concept is powerful and the idea that these films do so well. I highly recommend this film, even if it seems a little like a strange journey for a man in his fifties. The man, Carl Duerr, does not have a lot of people telling him what to do, he is mostly going to places by himself, exploring the world, getting the job done by a foreigner and working to put in place laws to change the world. But the man is also a pioneer and has managed to affect hundreds of lives by making his own rules and ideas, by making laws and it seems that his family too have benefitted from his pioneering works. He has inspired and changed many lives, not all of them are positive but many of them are in a good way, especially in the US where the guy's popularity is enormous. All of this is explained quite well and the idea that one man can change the world is really appealing. This documentary has been so well-received and it is easy to see why, it shows how a simple idea of a man's life can change the world. The acting is great, with the most memorable being some of the supporting roles. But I really liked the two African-Americans and their performances are very good too. The man is charming, with a delightful sense of humor, a very likable and interesting character. He is not exactly a family man and we get to see that. One can easily sympathize with him and feel for him. Overall, a very good and entertaining documentary that has been well-received. It is very well-made, with an interesting idea, an intelligent and fascinating man and it is easy to be moved by him. It is a documentary for the modern age, and I hope that a lot more documentaries are made about the man. There are many great things about this film. It is very well-made, the camera-work is good, the acting is good and I think the photography was brilliant. It shows how the man's life has changed through his work, how it has affected him and it also shows the positive influence he had

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Howard J.

The last interview for the New York Times's 20th Anniversary edition of "The Power of Nightmares" was broadcast in August 2006. It was in honor of Bob Dylan, who had just been called "the greatest living poet". The interviewer, Steve Jobs, asked Dylan about his thoughts on music, the work of others and the lives of his family. From this interview, "Never Ending Circles" was born. It was broadcast live on the ABC Television Network on June 13, 2007. You can find it at:

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Kathleen G.

The best thing about this movie was that I didn't see a single "thumbs up" to anyone or anything in this film. I could tell that I was watching a piece of pure insight into one man's quest to find God. I felt that all the characters were being honest and that the camera and the music were leading you to the core of what was happening. Not to mention that the filmmaker, Anil Dash, has also developed a social media following that shows that this is something that people care about. God's love, for him, is what matters. I also think that this film highlights the problems in our society that lead to alienation and depression. Anil Dash, as the director, does a great job. He also gets away from the Hollywood/EDM type of style that a lot of people seem to be criticizing. I would definitely recommend this movie to anyone who is looking for something to help them find God in life.

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Kevin H.

This is a very thoughtful, well-researched documentary on the most controversial topic of the last few decades: the topic of homosexuality. This film is not to be missed. I was not prepared for how insightful the film was. The subjects of the film, not just the topic itself, but the way the film was made, are very well-researched. I would recommend this film to anyone. I loved the way the film was shot. The editing and the use of music was wonderful. The narration is very effective. I thought the music score was very well done. The music was used very well in the context of the film. The film is a little bit long, but it is well worth the time.

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I was a bit skeptical going into this movie, I knew nothing about this guy and his father. I felt like I was getting sucked into this film. I was not disappointed. I think this documentary should have been better. The story isn't deep, it's not inspiring, and there are a few things that I didn't really understand. I know it's a personal story, but I felt like there were a lot of issues going on in that family. I'm not sure how many other people were on the board, but I felt like they missed some great stories. The problems they had were really personal and not just some generic thing we've all had. I think there could have been more context on the history of their father, and their family. I feel like they could have included a little more of the book and some of the research they did. I think it could have been more about the dad and the story of the father. But I was so glad that they added some context. It was really heartwarming, and really gave me a good picture of what the dad went through. Overall, it was a really great documentary.

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Kelly M.

Since his creation of the Dharma project, Richard Rorty's work has provided the theoretical framework and theological premises to which a huge number of other philosophers and theologians have subscribed. His book is the keystone of all the books by thinkers such as Francis Bacon, William of Ockham, Thomas Aquinas and Pico della Mirandola. The film is a great example of how to bring his ideas to the screen. David Martin, a veteran of TV and film, has assembled a fascinating account of his life and his scholarly career. However, the film also gives insight into Rorty's life, which is filled with the kind of contradictions that scholars strive to avoid. Rorty's personal life is rich and multifaceted, and is as diverse as his work. His wife, Jean, was a professional woman of art. His son, Douglas, had a rocky upbringing. His daughter, Caroline, is a political and social activist, and has had some interesting experiences in the civil rights movement. His former wife, Jacqueline, was pregnant with his second child when he was born. He had a brother, David, who had a much more successful life than his father. He and his second wife had a son, Richard, who became a writer. Richard was a serious, if sometimes temperamental, boy who was sent to an institution. The couple lived a rather dysfunctional life, and the film gives some insight into their relationship. Rorty also had a good relationship with his son, who was sent to an institution and then moved on to a better school. The film goes into a lot of detail about Rorty's sexual proclivities, but the most interesting thing is the story that emerges from the archives of the National Library of Australia. One of the researchers, Norman Glickman, interviewed the young Rorty. The young man was self-confident and proud of his achievements. Glickman recounts that the young man was confronted by two "supermen," who presented him with an art exhibit entitled "The Artist." The young man was so fascinated by the paintings that he immediately began to collect them. In the course of his collectibles, he acquired an enormous number of works by the great Renaissance painters, especially Hieronymus Bosch and Titian. He also acquired several paintings by Van Gogh and was drawn to many of the works of T.S. Eliot. The young Rorty's desire to understand the works of the great masters led him to the Institute of the Arts, where he had a taste for fine art. In the course

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Julia Douglas

There is no doubt that the film has been a huge success in the U.S. With its first day of release having been box office revenue of $19.1 million dollars, its already won the Oscar for best Documentary Feature. However, it is still only an 8.5/10 at IMDb. This is a film I believe has been unfairly maligned. It was certainly not an award winning film. And, I'm not saying this because of the film's pretensions or content. I think it was good, but not Oscar winning. And, it's not the kind of film that will win many awards either. And, that is exactly what it was. A well done documentary. The film was made in-depth, and the interviews were very interesting. But, it was also very sobering and informative. The film had many key points that I found important, but which could have been discussed in greater detail. And, that is why I feel it was not the best film I've seen this year. The film itself is actually very difficult to watch, especially if you have a disease of some sort. But, I don't think that is what people were expecting. I don't think anyone in the audience would have been disappointed. And, I think it is a great film to see if you are suffering from any form of addiction. It definitely is not for the faint of heart. But, for me, I was never able to take my eyes off of the screen. It was that intense. 8/10

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Matthew Sandoval

I don't normally get involved with documentaries, but this one was different. I went to see this because I heard it was going to be about Vietnam and I was curious about how it would turn out. It was well done. I felt for the people involved in this and what they had to go through. This film is about some of the people who worked on the project. I felt the interviews were informative and honest. I learned a lot of things I never would have known. This is a great documentary and I think it deserves a wider audience. It is an important and informative look at the Vietnam War and what happened to the people involved. This is a good movie and I highly recommend it.

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Ethan Mitchell

What's not to like? It's a beautiful film. And it's got something to say about the lives of two people, living in a small community, working in the same household, doing the same job, looking after their four young children. What I especially liked about it is that it comes with a very real look at the circumstances and the fears of living with children in poverty, when the very stability of your life is threatened by the unpredictable. The film is also very moving, even if it's a little bit too long at its own length. And it's funny as well. But of course the film is very well-made. It's beautiful, and I recommend it. It's also quite moving. 8/10

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Megan Knight

While I'm not a Christian, I found this documentary to be very thought-provoking and well-written. The story of the three Christian brothers who had a good relationship with the missionaries and later on became missionaries themselves (more on that later) is a touching one. They portrayed themselves as the kind of guys who were just "all about Jesus". But they also showed the truth of their faith, and the truth of their relationship with the missionaries. A couple of scenes really grabbed my attention and were especially moving to me. This film gave me the courage to write to the producers and ask them to make a movie about the lives of these missionaries. They must have realized that the life of these missionaries was a highly personal story and it would be very difficult to put it on film without the honesty and integrity of the subject. Well done!

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Timothy Garcia

The film is not a documentary, but rather a compelling story that could be told as a documentary. The story of the monks and nuns of the Anusakan-Samskar Monastery is an important one. The film does a great job of showing the difficulties and obstacles that the nuns and monks had to overcome to complete their religious vows. The story is told in a non-chronological order. This is important because it allows the viewer to see how the monks and nuns started out and progressed to the end of their religious vows. There are a lot of images that help the viewer visualize the story and also to understand the context of the story. There are some short stories included in the film that help the viewer understand the story better. I highly recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about the Buddhist practice of the monks and nuns. I also recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about the story of Anusakan-Samskar Monastery.

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I saw this film and immediately went into awe of it. The film and the story of a man who is clearly suffering from a mental illness, but who has done all he can to live a normal life. I was moved by the film and the documentary. I watched the film twice. I hope you watch it as well.

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I remember when this movie came out. I was only 11 years old. It was my favorite movie. I had a huge crush on this girl. I felt it. I couldn't stop watching it. I even had a crush on her older sister. It was like a forbidden love. This was my first movie, and it was amazing. My favorite part is when she shows it to her sister. The scene with her walking around the room to find something to say is so sweet. I don't know how to describe it. I just can't explain it. But it was really cute. The music was also really good. It made me feel the scene when she went into the bedroom and tried to play "Whatcha Gonna Do" by Pink Floyd. It was really beautiful. I love it. I loved it. I still do. It is the best movie I have ever seen.

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Eric M.

I think this film is a great reflection of the life of an Asian American couple. It is a really well done documentary with some great interviews from Asian American men and women. The guy from Japan is really interesting because he is so open and honest. He tells the stories of all the people he meets along the way and what they go through. The women have different stories, but they all tell their stories with the same honesty. It is interesting to hear their stories because it gives a different perspective on the problem that all of us have with getting married. The movie is really well done. It is a real life story that makes you think about what you are going to do when you get married. It is a lot of work to get married, but it is worth it. This is a great film that talks about the problems that Asian American couples face and it also helps you to get to know your Asian American family. It also makes you realize that Asian American men and women are not the only ones that have problems. It also makes you think about the bigger issues that affect all of us.

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Victoria Matthews

After watching the movie, I thought it was a very interesting movie about the humanitarian work done by my country and how it helped the world. I thought the movie was very insightful and really put me in the mood to think. After watching the movie, I wanted to do more research on it. I wanted to find out what they did on the islands of Borneo, and what they did in the back of the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. I wanted to learn about the people who were there and what they did for those victims of the World Trade Center attacks. It was very interesting to see what they did there and how they did it. I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to learn about the humanitarian work done by my country. It was a very interesting movie and I would recommend it to anyone.

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Victoria E.

In a post-9/11 world, the United States has been reluctant to embrace the notion of a "universal" civil rights bill that would enable every citizen to benefit from the universal benefits of being American. Instead, it has sought to combat any movement to make such a bill a reality. This film examines the "civil rights" movement in the United States during the 1960's, as well as the current struggle for racial justice. The film's director, Elisabeth Hawes, interviews numerous individuals and organizations involved in the civil rights movement, including Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., civil rights activists and others. The interviews are presented in a documentary-like fashion, in which they are linked to other material such as newsreels and photos. This allows the viewer to follow the evolution of the movement from its beginnings in the mid-1960's to its end in the early 1970's. A recurring theme of the interviews is the power of the black community's belief in their own inherent rights. It is this belief that is the foundation of the movement. While this film does not have the depth of coverage of the civil rights movement that Dr. King, or other leaders, had, it does have a powerful documentary-like approach to the subject matter. The interviews are powerful, and the interviews are well done, and the film does not overdo the interviews. Dr. King, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and others are interviewed in a way that allows the viewer to relate to the issues they are discussing. In this regard, the interviews are very powerful. Also, the film has a good use of newsreels and photos, and the film does not overdo the use of these sources. The film also includes some factual information about the civil rights movement, and it also has interviews with Dr. King himself. Overall, this is a very powerful film, and one that I recommend highly. I would not recommend it to a general audience, as there is some material that is not appropriate for a general audience. However, the film does show the power of the civil rights movement, and the strength of the black community's belief in their own rights.

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Amanda B.

I was skeptical when I first saw the trailer for this film. As an ex-MSW I am used to being treated like a minority with a disability. But I was not surprised to see that the film takes its message from the MSW community and portrays us in a sympathetic way. I was also pleased to see that the film does not portray MSW's as just a bunch of losers. The movie does not demonize MSW and instead shows us the true "whys" behind their struggle. It does not insult the MSW community, but rather shows us that they are not the monsters they are made out to be. This movie would have been so much better if it had not been in Spanish. I recommend that people who have never been in a MSW's shoes, or who have never been in a MSW's community, should watch this film. But I strongly recommend that you watch the movie first. But if you are an MSW and are familiar with the MSW community you should be able to make an educated choice about what to expect from this movie. I personally found it to be very interesting, but I do not think that it is as good as the documentary "The Truth About MSW". I would rate this movie about a 7.5/10.

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If you can make it through this movie, you will have a wonderful, eye-opening, life-changing experience. If not, you are not ready for it. I think most people would agree that life has enough problems and challenges, so why try to fix them all at once? How can you make it through all the darkness, depression, and pain that you will face for the rest of your life? If you have to, and it does not bother you, you should. You'll be glad you did.

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Samantha F.

The only one I knew about was his book and I was not impressed. I didn't like it. I didn't know the guy well and I have not been exposed to his book. So I just watched it. What I was expecting was a well told story about the person who has been there and done that and done well. That was not the case. I like movies that are well told and this was not. There was no real story, just a bunch of clips and interviews. The guy just talked about his experiences. There were some nice clips but I don't know if they were relevant to the story. He also talked about how much he loves his wife and kids. So I just didn't get it. So I didn't think it was a good movie. I think it was good for his fans but I don't know what he would have done differently. I think the guy was just in it for the money. He was the only one I knew about.

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Betty Richardson

This is a good documentary about the impact of religion on society. It's an amazing look into the world of religious faith, especially in the United States. I found it a little slow in places, and the only highlight of the movie was the incredible last scene. It's an eye-opening look into the lives of the people of a certain religion. While it is a fascinating look at the lives of a religion, the overall message of the movie is that religion is dangerous and that it should be completely outlawed. This movie gives a very unbiased view of religion, but one that is both fascinating and frightening.

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Christian D.

This documentary about the transformative experiences of Tibetan Buddhism, delivered by a former monk, is a wonderful insight into the mind of the Dalai Lama. The documentary is well produced and structured. It is in two parts, the first part is the conversations between the Dalai Lama and his followers. This portion of the documentary shows the people's reactions to the Dalai Lama's teachings and how the Dalai Lama responds to these reactions. The second part of the documentary is the life of the Dalai Lama. It shows the life of the Dalai Lama as a man and his efforts to bring the Tibetan people out of their isolation. This documentary is a must see for any Tibet watcher, because it will be a profound experience for them. The Dalai Lama's life is truly amazing and the documentary captures that in a wonderful way.

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One of the most interesting films I've seen in a while, and one that I am glad to have been able to sit through. It's a bit preachy and the film is basically about the "wicked ways of Buddhism", but it is also interesting to see some of the issues raised in the film, as well as the lengths to which some people will go to reach enlightenment. The film takes its time in telling the story, but it is not as slow as some people seem to think, and the main characters are compelling and very real. It is a shame that they have to be so difficult to like, but they are convincing. There are some scenes that are very powerful, and I think they're all important and worth discussing. The questions raised are definitely worth thinking about, but the film itself isn't nearly as engaging as it should be. I wouldn't say it's a good film, but it's certainly not a bad one. I think it's worth seeing.

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This film is a must-see for anyone who wants to see a balanced, documentary style look at a dysfunctional yet amazing community. A documentary is a film that is produced and/or released with the intention of making the viewers think about what they have just seen. This film is not produced with the intention of entertaining the viewer or teaching a lesson to them. It is an honest and objective look at a community that is trying to come out of the doldrums and restore its self-worth and self-esteem. This film brings the community together, for the first time in a long time, and allows the community members to interact with each other in a non-judgmental manner. This film is not preachy, it is not a call to action, it is not a light-hearted film, it is a honest look at the realities of this community. If you want to know what is going on in your neighborhood, this film is for you. It is a very honest look at what is going on, and in the community, and it is not just something that happened in the past. It is something that has been happening for a very long time, and is taking place right now in the community, in the neighborhood, and in the world.

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Bored with his job and not really sure what to do with his life, a high school senior and his best friend are suddenly offered a chance to go to college. To their surprise, they find they're enrolled in a higher-rated, elite college. But their offer is contingent upon them earning over 200 credits, which they have never done before. This documentary follows the two friends as they work their way through the grueling, intense college experience. They are joined by a good friend and fellow student, and are continually challenged with different problems. They eventually come to realize that this is an opportunity they never expected to be given. It's a compelling film that provides a deeper look into a subject rarely touched upon in film. I would highly recommend this film, especially for anyone with a passion for higher education.

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Martha M.

The first hour of this movie, the other 90 minutes of the documentary are absolutely the most stunning and enlightening I've ever seen. The real facts and the events reported are so much so not to be considered just biased. The director interviews as well as highlights that the things that happened at the Buddhist Temple in Thailand are still happening today and is happening in Indonesia today and elsewhere. Everything and anyone can have been involved in these events that are still happening today and everyone can have been part of them. Some of the interviews are not recorded. You will be able to hear the sound of the men and women giving statements and also the discussions of what went on. I think that there is a lot of truth to this and I am very glad that the director has put out this documentary. I am not sure if I can understand all of the accounts of the people interviewed or maybe the people themselves just were so emphatic in their statements that they cannot possibly understand what was said in the interviews. It is also very interesting that the documentary is made on this Buddhist Temple and not the actual Buddhist Temple itself. Maybe the events that happened there are not real or maybe the people themselves don't know. I am not going to comment on the interviews but I strongly recommend you see the movie and then make your own decisions about it. I think the director did a fantastic job. I have the worst feeling that people who know what happened will not understand that the real events that are happening today are happening right now and you will be very surprised to see that the events that were reported actually happened. The power of the people's voices is truly astounding. I don't think that I have ever heard such a powerful testimony. I'm not sure if the director has seen the movie or not but the documentary is definitely worth seeing. There are many things that I could talk about but I will not. I think that it is a great movie and I think that it is very difficult to see and listen to. I hope that it is just a film that we will never see in the cinema. I think that the people who did not like it or didn't understand it were probably looking for an example of how to film something or understand something. I'm sure that there are other documentaries that have better quality than this. I am just glad that we are able to see the things that are happening right now. In the end I'm glad that I saw this movie and I hope that you will be able to see it as well.

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I am a Buddhist and have studied the philosophy of Buddhism. I have found this documentary to be very interesting and insightful. I think it is a good summary of the Buddha's teachings, and it gives an insight into the practice of Buddhism. I think the film was very well done and well thought out. It is a good film to show to people who are interested in Buddhism. I think it is an excellent movie to show to people who are interested in Buddhism, because it gives a good summary of the teachings of the Buddha and also shows the practice of Buddhism. I recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in Buddhism.

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This is an extraordinary film. I watched it a few days ago and it was hard not to watch it all over again. The concept of 'selfhelp' and 'life coach' was always pretty abstract to me. The subject matter is different from any other film I've seen. To me, there are two types of people. One, are the 'real' 'genuine' people, who actually have a great deal of emotional warmth and empathy. They make themselves understood, and all of the challenges of life appear to them. They have a life in their own. They understand and accept that things happen in life and this makes it real, real to them. And then there are the 'life coaches', who have the power to make themselves understood and accepted by others, but never seem to have a life of their own. They are, in a word, on a par with the real people. They are abstract and with a limited understanding of reality. It's almost as if their lives are like a video game, so they don't have to actually live or deal with real life. It's almost as if their lives are artificial, and a coach is a life coach. This movie explores the second type of people. And although they're almost never the life coaches, they can be even more abstract and abstract. They know themselves and know what life means, but they don't understand and accept it. It's as if they don't care. They're not concerned with what people do or how they live, they care only with what they want, how they live, and their own happiness. In the end, this movie takes on this question: Is self-help really for you? Is it useful? Is it worthwhile? Is it really for real? Or is it just a form of escapism that gives you a sense of control and contentment, and doesn't have much to do with the real life? I think it's a very important question to ask, and it's one that a lot of people don't know how to answer. Some people think self-help is useless and doesn't really help people, some think it's helpful. And there's a third group, people who think it's just a waste of time. It's a very interesting film. The subject matter is very interesting and the film certainly has a good amount of tension and tension builds. And of course there's the 'fake life coach' and the 'real life coach' in this film. And this film does have

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Donna P.

Anyone who has ever had to say "Yeah, I'm a Buddhist" is going to be surprised by the absolute mess that this documentary brings into focus. Not only does it make it seem as if Buddhism is a trendy and trendy religion, but it also makes it look as though Buddhism has some nasty problems. What exactly are these "controversial" Buddhist teachings, and why should we listen to them? Or should we? Just because a religious leader has a message does not mean he should be preached at. We should just listen to what he says, because if he doesn't say anything we would be more enlightened, right? Well, this is exactly what this documentary does. I did not know that the word "Dogen" was actually an original Japanese word, but after watching this film it is clear that there are some people who still don't know what Buddhism is. I guess that there are some people out there who are still trying to get the basics of Buddhism, but for the rest of us it is clear that Buddhism is a complicated and a wonderful religion. But if we think about it we should learn from each other. This is exactly what I believe is happening in Buddhism, and for the most part what Buddhism is teaching is love. This is something that most of us are still trying to get the meaning of. If we just focus on what is right or wrong and ignore all the stuff that is wrong, we can reach the point where we are enlightened. It is really a great film, and I would suggest it to anyone who is interested in Buddhism. Unfortunately, I am not one of them, and therefore I have to put my ego aside and just give this film a rating of 10/10. I actually really liked this film, and I highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in Buddhism.

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I'm a big fan of Chris Hedges and I was really excited to see this movie, but I was left disappointed. There is a lot of evidence that suggests the use of civil-rights protestors as a propaganda tool and that the film's title is an attempt to represent the "rising tide of civil-rights struggles" in the US. However, it is possible that the only reason that the movie has such a low rating is because the film is not critical of the US civil-rights movement or its leaders. I guess if you were looking for a film to attack the US civil-rights movement, then this is it. However, if you were looking for a documentary about civil-rights movements in the US, then this movie would be more suited for you.

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Jesse Cox

This film was so important to me. It taught me that my values and beliefs are not always correct, and that I have to be open to my own beliefs and values. It taught me that people have many values and beliefs. The amount of anger and hatred that was expressed in this film was very sad. I feel like a lot of people need to see this movie and understand the importance of family and love. I feel like I am a better person because of this movie, and it made me realize that people have many beliefs and that there are many beliefs that people have, and that we should not judge people based on their beliefs. We need to be open to our own beliefs and beliefs, and let them lead us and let them be based on how they will impact the people around us.

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I loved this film. I was so inspired by it. I really thought it was an excellent movie. I was stunned at how much this film influenced my life. It made me see myself and think about how I really am. I felt like I really was on this journey. It really did give me an enormous amount of hope for my future. I am very happy I had the opportunity to see this movie. I truly believe it was a great movie.

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Samuel Ferguson

The moral of this movie is that a person should be accountable for the life he or she lives and that in America, it is legal to commit suicide. The life of a professional football player is infinitely more serious than a young man's life. But this is the point. America needs to stop using football as a scapegoat for its social problems. We need to focus on a society that treats a mentally retarded person as a weakness and is overly influenced by the NFL to sell a product that is dangerous. It is time for America to leave the NFL and accept responsibility for the lives that it leaves behind. Thanks to "Jaws: The Revenge" and "Titanic," we now know that the most dangerous animal on the planet is our own conscience. The NFL is not at fault. Our society is.

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Very interesting documentary. It shows you the slow change in that city. It's a reminder of how important each city is in the United States. From the beginning to the end, it is almost an hour and a half. The producers are very careful and straightforward about the choices they have made. The journalists are not shown with the same caution, which I found interesting. It is like you are really there in the city, there are so many stories, there are so many things to talk about. They cover every day from the 7th of September to the 25th of October. They go through so many hours, there are so many stories, you don't know what day to start or end. Sometimes they give a bit of information, but you won't be able to remember what day or what time. They don't let you feel as if you are watching a documentary, but as if you are living it. The last part is made up of a very interesting conversation with five people. It's almost like a documentary without any words. It is like a personal conversation with people who don't know each other but they want to be friends. They are not enemies, but they are friends who talk with each other a lot. It's like a friendship that they were missing, but they finally get it. That is very interesting. As for the people, I don't know the names of the people in the film, but they were interesting. One of the people actually worked for CNN for four years and she is an expert on Afghanistan. She was interviewed by the producers, and she says that she had to do that because she had a very difficult time telling her story in the beginning. She was very very brave. Her boss said she was doing a good job, but she is not there very often. She is a very very brave woman. She actually went to the press, and she said that the CNN was not in Afghanistan, they were not doing any interviews. I am pretty sure that CNN is very active in Afghanistan, but I can't be sure. That was a little bit hard to watch. Another important thing is that they went through the history of a journalist and a journalist who is still working in the city. It was like a different world compared to the one they knew. They were so surprised about that. One of them was a very important journalist and then he retired. He knew how things were. He didn't know what to do with his life, he was very disappointed because he had been there for almost three years. I think that he would have said that the camera was his friend. He is so helpful, and he has to give a lot of advice to the people. One of the other journalists told a story, but they don't tell it to the viewers. They are very discreet about that. So that is another thing I was interested in. But I think it's not that important to know that. I think that they should have told the viewers that. Because of that, I give it a 9 out of 10.

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Vincent Johnston

I have to say that this documentary is a decent way to start a trip to London. In fact, I'd say it's the best way to start any trip to London. If you're going to spend some time in the country, spend it in London. I've visited London twice in the past, and I think that the documentary really does capture a sense of what it's like to live in the city. It's a pretty safe place to be. The people I've met here are friendly, and that is a good thing. There are some glaring problems with London, but it's not really a major problem. In the end, it's a good documentary, and I think it's a great way to start your London trip. For more of my reviews, be sure to follow me on Twitter @TheJamesWood

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Brian Ryan

I am so tired of the Hollywood movies that are produced. They all have the same exact story, and the same exact story is told. It's a well known fact that Hollywood makes more money off of less than average story. One of the things that they do is to create these stories that are a little different from the story of the rest of the movies. They create these stories that are different, but are just as cliche. The story of "The King's Speech" is a very good example of this. It is a story of how the King of England, as well as other countries, was attacked by a terrorist group in the Middle East. This movie is full of good acting, good music, and a good story. This movie is great for people that want to learn about the Middle East and how the United States was attacked by a terrorist group. "The King's Speech" is a great movie, and is a must see.

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The best part of this film was probably the interview with John Harris, who made the film. He was amazing. He was so calm and collected and the energy he had was really amazing. He really seemed to know the entire story, he was able to tell the story with such clarity and detail. I found the interview to be very interesting and very revealing of Harris' feelings on this film and his feelings on his life. It was so much more than a documentary, because you really feel like you are there with him. Overall, this was an amazing documentary and I would highly recommend it. It is a very long and slow documentary but it is not boring or slow at all. If you are into documentaries, this is a great one.

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Susan H.

I have to admit that this documentary is really good. The subject matter is not easy to digest, especially when dealing with the subject of spirituality and Buddhism. The viewer is not given an opportunity to see and understand all the concepts and ideas in the film. However, this documentary is very well done and very good in showing the various ideas of Buddhism. I would say that the subjects of Buddhism, spirituality, and the importance of the Buddhist teachings is covered quite well. There are several very interesting and interesting interviews and some very interesting conversations. I also recommend this documentary for its visuals and for the quality of the interviews. This documentary is very well made and you can't help but feel like you are in the movie. The visuals and photography are really good and there is nothing to complain about. The interviews are also very interesting and very well done. I would definitely recommend this documentary for anyone who is looking for something to help them understand Buddhism. Also, this documentary is not for those who are looking for some intellectual and intellectual discussions. If you are looking for that, you should not see this documentary. However, if you are looking for a documentary that you can easily understand, it is definitely worth seeing.

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Evelyn B.

What a great documentary. I didn't know that this film had been made. I had no idea that there were so many amazing things that I could take away from this film. The film is very well done, and the way the film is filmed is a great choice. The way the film was made was a great way to get into the story and get to know more about the people involved. The way the film is put together was perfect. The documentary was great, and it helped me understand the reality of the war on drugs. I think the film was well done and it was a great way to learn more about the war on drugs.

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Howard D.

This documentary is a must-see for anyone who has ever studied Buddhism. It is fascinating to see how this tradition has evolved and how people have adapted to the practice. If you have studied Buddhism, you will understand the importance of the development of the original teachings. This documentary shows the main changes that have occurred. The film is not just a collection of clips but a careful exploration of the content. It does not include traditional Buddhist teachings, but it does include many important teachings, which are fascinating to the modern student of Buddhism. It is an excellent introduction to the philosophy of Buddhism. It is also an excellent introduction to the practice of Buddhism. The most important lesson that is learned from this documentary is the importance of setting boundaries. It is extremely important that a person set boundaries with someone who has hurt them and has wronged them. This is true in the Western world as well. I think that the movie is excellent, but I would not recommend this documentary for a group of people who are studying Buddhism. It is not necessary for that. However, the movie is very well-done and well-edited. I would give this film a rating of 8/10.

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Christine M.

I have been studying Buddhism for about 3 years now. I have studied the teachings of the Buddha and discovered that I am a bit biased towards Buddhism, which is my first real objection to this movie. If you study Buddhism, you will notice that a lot of these points that the Buddha makes are in the Pali language, which is a language that most Buddhists speak. I noticed that a lot of them are in the Pali language. In the original Buddhist scriptures, the language is the Sanskrit language. So the movie is correct. I mean, even if the people in the movie said "How can you study Buddhism? You don't even know what the Buddha said, you are not even a Buddhist," then what about you? Buddhism is not easy. It is very difficult. In the Buddha's time, there were still many people who didn't even know the meaning of Buddhism. This movie is a great example of that. I think that the movie is well made. It is very well put together. I think that the one who made the movie was a very talented person. I also think that the movie does an excellent job at presenting Buddhism in a way that most people can understand it. I think that the movies is very good. I also think that it is an important movie because of how it shows the current state of Buddhism in America today. I think that there are many problems in the United States and that a lot of people don't even know that Buddhism exists.

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Larry R.

A few years ago, I happened to watch a feature on a friend of mine. It was about the secret activities of some Jewish doctors who had been employed in the United States, and were beginning to feel the influence of anti-Semitism. I found the film fascinating and wondered what could be learned from it. I decided to watch the book. What I found, though, was very interesting. That is not to say that there were any revelations or new ideas in the book. It was all information contained in the film. The people interviewed, and their experiences, was of the same depth as the movie. But the questions and revelations were still valid and kept coming to mind. That is the beauty of this film. I think it is worth seeing at least once. It is worth reading about, and listening to the interviews, as well.

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I've been a Dharma fan for a long time. I first saw the documentary in 2004 and have been a fan ever since. The documentary is a great introduction to the artist and his work. The film is quite engaging and gives you a good understanding of the style of the filmmaker. I'd recommend this film to anyone who is a fan of the artist or has an interest in film. I was surprised by the lack of editing and the editing was done quite well. I highly recommend this film.

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Rose Hanson

This is an excellent film, which focuses on the history of Buddhism, and how it is practiced in different communities. It focuses on a monk named Zenji, and his sister. Zenji's sister (who is an ordained nun) acts as a refuemnt of the reality of Buddhism, and practices it. She acts as a spiritual guide for Zenji and his disciples, and gives them spiritual wisdom. She also provides the concept of "purification" of the mind. While there is one main theme that this film covers, there are other aspects that cover many different different topics, and it is really interesting to see how many different ways of viewing the teachings of Buddhism. Overall, this is an excellent film, with some really great footage, and some really good narration from Charles Keating. It is one of the best documentaries I have seen in a while. 9/10

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Hannah Wood

This film has an interesting subject and is very well done. I was disappointed that it didn't have the same effect as the documentary "The Happening" on the other side of the world, because I think that documentary had more of an impact. However, it's still worth watching because it's a very well done film. There are some serious issues with this film that I'm sure most people can relate to, and I also think that the film itself would have benefited from more background information on the situation in Tibet. However, it's a good film and I'd recommend it to anybody who would like to learn more about the situation in Tibet.

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Carol Hudson

All I can say is this is an awesome documentary about how it was a "good" thing for these people to make it to the end of the month before it all came crashing down. How these people didn't let their neighbors and the school go to see them die was totally uncalled for. They were so disgusted at the ignorance of the people surrounding them that they didn't even go to the morgue to see if they had any of their own. They were even shocked to find out that one of their own had died of cancer. It is amazing to see how people and how the entire country reacted to the shootings in a way that was completely uncalled for. When I heard about the shooting at Columbine, I was so relieved to know that the way the parents and teachers were treated wasn't the same. That was the way the school was run. They were just doing their jobs as it was a great way for them to live. These kids were so upset and afraid that they were going to be punished for what they did. I mean this is a true story, but it is even more so when it is told so clearly. They were so afraid for their lives that they didn't even want their own to go to the morgue. They were so scared that they were going to get even more of a beating. It was just so uncalled for to see how the people in this country reacted to this terrible tragedy. To see how people turned on one another and how they became so completely uncalled for was so amazing to watch. It made me feel sorry for the people who had to live with this after it happened. I mean these were people who were so so so so good at being kids. These people were just so shocked that the others would do such horrible things to them. I just loved this movie so much because it showed how people were so uncalled for and how they just couldn't be blamed for it. These people were so so so lucky to get a second chance to live. This is the best movie that I have ever seen. It is so incredible to see how people react to something so bad. The only way to truly see what the people who were involved in this film went through was to see it and it really brought home just how bad a thing it really was. I just hope that when these kids see it, that it makes them think about what they have done and why they did it. There is a lot of stuff that they could have done to not have the shooting happen, but they chose to just not go through with it. It is so amazing to see how they live with it and how they just try to move on with their lives. I mean that is all I can say about this movie.

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Anthony Young

I didn't know much about both Mind and Heir but this movie really opened my eyes to the mind of this person. They were both awesome and I found myself cheering for them both on the campaign trail. I've always had an interest in these 2, but never thought it was anything that I could relate to or had any ability to understand them. I am so thankful to see this movie now and want to see more. Mind Heir was inspiring, and hopefully I can relate to what they had to go through in their minds and hearts. I definitely don't want to say anything else, but I just want to thank the filmmakers for sharing this story of this amazing man and their amazing work. They did a wonderful job of telling the story and I am very proud to say I was in the audience at the premiere of this film. I can't wait to see the sequel to see how Heir's mind and body is slowly evolving. This story was also a tremendous lesson for me in understanding what it is like to have to struggle with these mental illnesses and the differences in mental health care and those that are trying to cope with these illnesses. I think the message this movie sends to the world is that if you really want to love someone, you need to love them through their condition and not their illness. That's what I loved most about this movie and I hope you will enjoy it as well.

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Jane A.

I will admit that I was hoping for a more balanced depiction of the drug policy in America. I mean, isn't that the argument most frequently made in favor of "legalization" of all drugs? We know that prohibition isn't working, don't we? That's not what the documentary is about. What it is about is the unintended consequences of drug policy, and the rampant corruption that comes from that. It's about a bunch of people who have been brought up with some beliefs about drugs, and can't see beyond the evidence. It's about the effects of drug abuse on both individuals and society at large. It's about the corrupting influence of money on our government. I don't mean to come off as a pushover, but if you're looking for a film that shows some of the effects of drug use, this isn't it. However, if you're looking for a film that shows the story of a few people who try to change things, and the work that they do, then this is it.

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I didn't read the book, nor did I expect to. I thought that it would be a waste of time, since I have read "On the Road" and "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" dozens of times. But I really liked it. The purpose of the film is to present the basic life of a Buddhist monk living in a remote community in Thailand. In the course of the film, he will get to know some people and learn a bit more about Buddhism and life itself. The film also has some depth to it, and you really get to know the character of the monk. He is a very impressive character, and it is a pleasure to watch him. I think this film should be seen by everybody, because it has the best message and the most interesting moments of the film. I really recommend it.

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I like this documentary more than any other I've seen. I think it's a great movie to put on the shelf of the video store and watch again and again. It really is a masterpiece of storytelling. You can see the filmmakers at work. They get to see many of the same people and stories. And it gives a deeper look into the lives of ordinary people and their relationships with each other. I think it's a great documentary to see.

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All in all, I thought this documentary was a great look at the War on Drugs. It went into great depth of the facts and talked about the abuse that is taking place in the world and the people that are living it. It also talked about the incredible compassion that has been shown and how it was being used as a tool to control people. I thought the documentary was very informative and not just about the war on drugs but the fight for the civil rights of people. I also think that the documentary did a great job of explaining what is going on and how it is affecting people in different countries around the world. It is a very informative documentary and I thought that it was very well put together. I really enjoyed the film and think that it is a must see.

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Roger Watson

This movie is the one I have been waiting for. It is a documentary about the Buddhism in India. It shows the history and the current practice of Buddhism in India. The story is very touching and I loved it. The movie is very moving and it is also very informative. I recommend this movie to anyone. The movie is very powerful and it is a must watch.

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I was privileged to be a participant in the upcoming Theology of Happiness and had the opportunity to meet many of the contributors to the book. My comment on this film is mostly based on that experience. It's a stunning document of the American Dharma movement and it's effect on people of faith. I found the religious component of the film to be very interesting and interesting. This was one of the highlights of the documentary. The footage is not edited and there is a good amount of narration to help explain the insights of each of the contributors. It also helps explain the religions of each person in the film. I would recommend this film to anyone interested in religion or in the American Dharma movement. I've already recommended it to a few people and I plan to make a list of people to watch it with.

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Austin W.

This documentary is just amazing and deserves to be seen by everyone. One of the most important documentaries I have seen in a while and it will make you think about everything that is going on in our world. It really shows how much violence is taking place in our world. I feel like the documentary is making a big impact on people and making them look at what's happening in their lives and how they can change things. I think people should see this movie as a film, and not as a documentary. The people in the documentary are not going to give away all the facts that are happening, but it will help the audience to get a better understanding of what's going on in their life. This movie is truly amazing and will be an important movie to watch. It really should be seen by everybody and the more people that see it, the better it will be.

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The highly acclaimed documentary is an excellent reflection on the commercial success of Steve Jobs. I can't say this film was a success, but it was a smash hit, and it certainly helped put Jobs on the map. What do I think of this documentary? I think it's a work of art, and that the greatest portion of the film is made up of interviews with Jobs and Jobs' associates. It's as if they were laying out the questions and answers that led to this film. I think the best thing that came out of this documentary was how Jobs changed the world. As we know, he made a lot of money, but this film is still relevant today. His stories of getting to know people who had nothing to do with Apple and what happened in their lives brought him great pleasure. It made him more comfortable with himself, and how much he wanted to be loved. It also showed him that he needed to change for his company. He needed to open up, because he didn't want to keep the fame of being successful for himself. He wanted to share it with others, and he needed to learn how to create a product that people actually want to buy. That is what he did in the 80's and 90's. The personal relationship that he shared with the people that worked with him was priceless. The interviewees gave great insight into how they felt about Jobs, and the things they had to go through to get to know him. They were almost apologetic for Jobs, as he showed them his compassion for his customers and the people that worked for him. I think the most important part of the documentary is that it is almost all from the inside of Jobs' head. The people who worked with Jobs gave insight into what it was like to be in his environment, and how they could relate to him. This was one of the most important aspects of the documentary. The interviewees are extremely positive about Steve Jobs, and the people that worked for him showed him the kindness he needed to share with people. I think this is a documentary that should be in everyone's collection, as it shows us how Steve Jobs changed the world. Even if you don't like Jobs, you should learn a little bit about his personal life, and his charitable work. This documentary is one that everyone should see.

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Jerry Roberts

The Reverend Martin Luther King Jr. was a great man, and the movie "We Shall Overcome" does an excellent job of presenting the facts about his life and the motivations for his political views. The movie was highly informative, but at times I felt that it was overly long and left out some of the more interesting aspects of his life. Overall, I thought the movie was a good representation of King's life and his legacy. I highly recommend seeing it.

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I'm not going to say this is a "moralistic" film, I'll say it's a great documentary and a good call to action for all of us to use our own "self-liberation" as a tool to solve the problems we face in our lives. I won't say it's a complete documentary, just a call to action to take up a personal struggle against the system. It does not come with a one-size-fits-all solution, but it does show the way in which it can be done.

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If you want to be enlightened, I can't say more than what I have written. Watch the movie, or read the book. It's an absolute must for all Americans who have the opportunity to see it. After reading "The Oprah Magazine" after the movie, I was wondering what all the fuss was about. I must say, that in order to be enlightened you have to have a dream. I had a dream the night of that tragic tragedy. I saw the film, and I cried my eyes out. That was a miracle. A miracle of a movie. I have read about this film, and I think it's amazing. There are many excellent actors in this film, especially David Ayer. The movie is moving, moving, moving, moving. I don't know what this film is, but it's a must see. Watch it, and you will see what I'm talking about.

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Emily Ward

This is a very well made film about the life of John Lennon. The two-hour presentation seems to come out of nowhere, and is unexpectedly touching. It has a wonderful sense of humor, and is not too heavy on the emotional content. The pacing of the film is relatively slow. There are no one-note characters and very few dialogs that require any thinking. It is difficult to go anywhere in the film, because it moves along at a slow, steady pace. What struck me most was the film's artfulness. All of the visuals are stunning. The characters and the settings are well chosen and designed. The director has a unique style and the writing is well done. I found the music extremely appropriate, especially during the closing credits. There are some inaccuracies in the film that I found frustrating. However, I believe that they are minor and are only distractions that distract from the main message. I highly recommend this film to anyone who is interested in this story.

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Beverly Dean

This film is a first-class indictment of our materialistic culture. The well-done camera work and editing, which combine to create an intriguing juxtaposition of beautiful shots, endless scenes, and some of the most effective sound editing I have ever heard in a movie. This movie is a must-see for anyone with a serious interest in the moral and spiritual message of the Bible. I must admit that I am a devout believer in the Bible, and that I've read the entire Bible in its entirety. I have to say that I was pleasantly surprised that this movie managed to capture my attention from beginning to end. I can't imagine that this film would have been able to do so with a different subject. For anyone who's been impressed by the recent successes of documentaries like "Blackfish," "Black Swan," or "Jaws," you owe it to yourself to see "The Kingdom of Heaven."

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Saying this is a wonderful film is an understatement. This is a wonderful film. Very difficult to believe that something like this could be happening. A good movie from a good director. Much better than I could have expected. Anyone who needs to see this movie must see it.

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Lauren Parker

The movie focuses on a diverse group of people in Japan who are well-known for the global impact they have on society. The main characters are young women, their husbands, and their children. They have lives that are intertwined with the environment, their communities, and with each other. They are not just there to be happy or to be with each other. Rather, they have a goal that they strive for, which is to be just like their Japanese counterparts. While the movie is about their hopes and dreams, it is also about their fears, their challenges, and the people around them. While the movie was compelling, it was also a little bit slow. The film is a bit slow-paced, and the movie is sometimes hard to follow. However, the themes of environmentalism, identity, and the nature of belonging, as well as the emotions involved, were so strong that I was able to completely follow the movie. It is a well-made documentary, and I highly recommend it.

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Dorothy R.

Before I discuss the reasons for the title, I would like to say that "a man of faith" is an accurate description of this documentary. In the documentary, it's a little bit more clear than it is in the title. One of the main reasons for the title is that in the course of this film, the main focus is on the life of Rev. Desmond Tutu. It is a good thing that the film was made, since there is a lot of material in here that you would have missed on a TV. However, I would recommend this film as it is a good introductory to the subject of faith and what it means to have faith. The film is interesting and has a good flow and some good interviewees. However, I would not recommend it for a young audience, as the topics that the film covers are a little too serious for that. However, it is worth seeing as an introduction to the subject of faith and what it means to have faith.

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Katherine Simmons

After having seen the film, I had to come here to write a review. I didn't like the film, and I'm going to explain why. I thought the film was very poor. I didn't understand how a non-professional, non-philosophical person like you could possibly say that this film was profound. The film is full of cliches and if you can't recognize these cliches, then you should probably watch a different film. I think the main problem was the film lacked focus. It was too short, and too little time was spent on the actual philosophy of Buddha. When I see a film about Buddhism, I want to know the philosophy of Buddhism, not just what it is. This film had no philosophy. This film was very boring, and if you could look at it as a documentary, you would probably like it, but if you want to watch a film about Buddhism, go see "The Buddha's Army" instead. There are many good films about Buddhism, and I would recommend watching them, but this film is not one of them. Overall, I gave this film a 7/10, but I'm giving it a 10/10 because I think the film was so bad. I think it is a very poor film, and I don't think it was very profound. It was just too boring and it didn't do the film justice.

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Joan H.

From its inception, Dharma has been an inquisitive and experimental film. The long history of its use in Christian circles is given considerable attention. The film begins with interviews with people of varying beliefs, and after a pause, shows the results of a series of interviews conducted between the Boston Globe and U.S. Government officials. There are interesting details of the interaction between religion and government, including discussions on their interpretation of Buddha. The group's ability to be an open, non-partisan research group in the face of government secrecy is excellent, but the majority of the interviews are by other people who are either supportive of the government or hostile to it. The impression that the film leaves is that the people interviewed are concerned about their role in society, and their willingness to listen to the opposing viewpoint. The actors who participate in the interviews are no less skeptical. They want to explain their perspective of religion, but don't have a voice to present it. The responses of the people interviewed are not encouraging, either. The people who are skeptical of the government's view of religion have an excuse for their skepticism. They are essentially, self-proclaimed freethinkers, or non-believers, so they can't speak for the majority. They may have to work hard to convince others to listen to them. This explanation is not a good one, but it is possible, since people interviewed are in a very difficult position. But at least the people interviewed are trying to explain their viewpoint, not to present it. This is a good film, and anyone who has a critical or open mind will enjoy it.

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I found this film to be very powerful, especially for the people who have a religious belief in the existence of God. The film did show me that religion is not a panacea, and that there are many ways in which religion can be used to help the people of this world. The main idea of this film is that religion can be used to uplift people, and sometimes people can be a little bit more religious than they should be. For example, a lot of the people who were being treated by the doctors were religious, but were in some ways too superstitious. The way the film showed it, they could have been helped a lot more easily if they had the ability to think for themselves. Another example would be the people who were being treated by the gynecologist. He was treating the women of a very religious and very traditional culture, and his approach seemed to be a little bit too mystical. He seemed to be teaching them that God is nothing more than a man, and that religion is very simple. The film also showed that many people were not religious at all. I believe that this film was very important, and should be seen by everyone. People need to know that there are many different ways to look at things. I do believe that there are a lot of things that religions can do to help people. It's good to know that there are different ways to look at things, and to be open to the possibility that religion can be very powerful. I highly recommend this film. If you want to know more about religion, I recommend that you see this film.

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The concept of The Wire in the news has been a talking point for some time now, but the fact that it's been made into a documentary is a sign that people are finally becoming aware of the vast history of police brutality in Baltimore. In Baltimore, the system is geared towards one of the most brutal and unforgiving systems in American history. The documentary tells a rather dramatic story of how one young man cop has to deal with the emotional and physical abuse he's had to endure in his entire life. But it's not just the beatings and the gang wars that he's had to go through. It's the police officers who put their lives on the line for him. The interviews with the officers that were the ones who beat him up, and those who stood by and did nothing as the brutality went on, are both very powerful and informative. The documentary begins with a long scene of young Freddie Gray, who is being brought into a police precinct. He's not the one who killed himself, but he is the one who is responsible for his own death. Freddie Gray was a fourteen year old kid who went to a convenience store where his father was working. While walking home, he got into an altercation with another young black man. The boy's father had to take him to the hospital, where the police officers found him unconscious. The cops took him to a juvenile detention center where he was brutally beaten by the police. Then, he went to a juvenile detention center and was assaulted again by the police officers, as well as the same gang of drug dealers who were in charge of running the neighborhood where he lived. This was only a small part of the events that happened to Freddie Gray, but it was the only part of the story that had any real justice. The police officers who were responsible for beating Freddie Gray are portrayed in a very brutal way. The beatings are shown in graphic detail. The camera is shown looking into the eyes of the officers, as they beat Freddie Gray. He was beaten with batons, and he was left to bleed out in his cell. It was only after he was left to bleed that he was finally brought to a hospital. After he was brought to the hospital, the doctors discovered that Freddie Gray had been injured so badly that he had died on the operating table. And now, the officers involved in his beating are being interviewed. The film is mostly a statement about the police officers who beat Freddie Gray. They're shown in a very graphic way, and there's a very strong message behind it. It's a statement about how a beating by the police officers can do more damage than any other crime. The film also tells a story about the neighborhoods where Freddie Gray lived. The documentary starts in a small bar where Freddie Gray worked. In the interview, the bartender tells the story of how Freddie Gray worked in the bar. He worked at a local diner, where he'd grab a snack, and

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I was very disappointed with the film because it was not like I expected. I saw the trailer and it was pretty much a home-invasion movie. The whole movie was like a Hollywood movie. The plot was predictable and the ending was disappointing. I was really surprised to find out that there was no sequel. I would have liked to have seen the same story but I guess they had to cut it down a little bit. The main story is about the relationship between the father and his daughter. This is a difficult story to tell in a way that it was good. The father was a father figure to his daughter. He did everything in his power to support her and help her through her teenage years. He did not use drugs or alcohol. His daughter was the only person in the world that he trusted and cared for. The father and daughter were just very happy and loving people. She went to a religious school and he wanted her to go to a Christian school because he did not want her to be a prostitute. The father also taught his daughter that he loved her unconditionally and did not want to hurt her. I was very disappointed that they did not show any of the teenage years because that would have been more meaningful. The mother and father were very good people and they did everything they could to help their daughter. The movie was very predictable. I think it was a very predictable movie because I expected the movie to be very different. I did not expect to see a movie like this. It was a very good movie that was a great story. The movie was very sad and I think the director did not show enough of the emotions that were going on in the girl's life. I think the movie would have been much better if they had shown more of the teenage years.

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Rose M.

I will say that it is a must-see for anyone interested in human nature and the causes of human suffering and suffering. I do not consider myself an 'anthropologist', nor am I a 'moral theologian'. I am just an educated human being who has had a large part of her life in the city. One thing I will say is that we all suffer from this same source of suffering. In the end, I found the film quite interesting and it was a bit hard to watch but then again I was a bit tense and emotional at the same time. However, I would recommend that anyone with an open mind watch this film, it is not a "what-is-happening-to-us" film, and is not a film that will make you angry or anything. It is a film that will make you think and make you reflect on your own personal feelings and the feelings of others. I also strongly recommend that everyone watch this film with an open mind and an open mind to all religions and philosophies of life, because it is important to be able to do that.

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Lauren C.

A simple but powerful message. I was disappointed with the movie - it felt like it didn't go deep enough in trying to understand the complexity of the human experience. I didn't find myself caring about the characters. And the direction felt like it was trying to be too philosophical. I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to get a more human understanding of the human experience and the people who live it. I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to understand the history of Buddhism, or if you want to understand the structure of Buddhism and the key elements of the Zen tradition. I think that this movie is more of a statement about the human experience and its roots. The movie left me with a few questions about my own life. Would I do the same things again? Do I understand how I was able to find the balance between doing and not doing? What is important to me? And, most importantly, what is important to me?

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Sarah S.

The actors and directors involved in this documentary deserve credit for their work. It was very difficult to make this film, but it was done in such a way that is so well thought out and the result is a great documentary. I think you need to watch this documentary before you decide if or not to see "O Brother Where Art Thou". I think you should. It is definitely worth your time and money. You will learn a lot. I'm sure you will find the very film you wanted to see in this documentary. Don't be surprised if you end up watching it in your life time. It's not what you think. You may end up questioning what you think you know and want to believe. But, if you don't get it.go watch it again. You will be glad you did. My only complaints about this documentary are the length, the sound quality, and the fact that it was not possible to get the voices of the actors. The quality of the film is very good and the actors do a wonderful job. I thought that the documentary did a good job of showing what the film was really about. As it was intended to be a documentary. This is a documentary of a man's life. A man that came up with a new religion. A new way of life. He wanted to be a Buddha, a guru. To go to the highest level of Buddhist teachings. I think that this documentary has a lot of value for those who want to learn more about what the Dalai Lama is teaching and what the Buddhist religion is really about. I recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to learn more about Buddhism. I thought that it was a good documentary and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about Buddhism.

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I did not read the book before watching the film. But as I watched the film I found it to be a good film. It was very well done. I have to say, however, that I did not find it interesting enough to understand the full extent of the problems of racism. It was not a film that I would recommend to people. I would have preferred to have had more information on the issues and the film would have been more complete. I was not disappointed with the film at all. I would have liked to have seen more of the book. I would not say it was an excellent film, but I would say it was a good film.

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Roy Spencer

What could have been an emotional and cathartic look at the main themes of Buddhism in the modern world (a person who is stuck in the cycle of karma, karma that has a spiritual component, but is bound to not be realized by the system, and rebirth that needs a catalyst, which is inherent in any system, and not optional in Buddhism), has instead become a preachy attempt at a look at the teaching of Buddhism. It's not really about the reality of Buddhism in the west, but rather about the fact that there is no factual basis for this picture. The author has completely misunderstood the notion of reincarnation, and has made a movie about Buddhism. I wish that they had either sought to explore the reality of the Buddhist tradition in the west, or at least researched Buddhism in the west before they made this movie. It's a shame that a great book that has such a big effect on the world has been turned into a movie, and that in doing so, this book and the influence that it has had on all cultures, has been lost.

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Karen King

This is a documentary that I hope to see again and again. The interviewees are in their own words their views about life and death. The film was filmed by friends and family. Some of the people were in their 80s. They told the stories of the past and their vision of the future. The interviews were good and you really get a sense of the people's emotions. You see that their perspectives are different than what they see in the movies. You see that they are still living with a sense of humor. It is nice to see a documentary that can make you think. In the end, I felt like I got a good understanding of people and their lives.

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Larry A.

What I like about the movie is that it is real, real life, and we're not looking at a fictional film. This is a life story of a Chinese-American family in America, and their struggle to be successful in a very difficult country. I enjoyed the movie, and it was informative. It's also very realistic. I'm not a Chinese-American, but I'm a white-American and I can tell that the hardships that these people are going through are very similar to my own. I thought that the director did a very good job of portraying the reality of the film, and making it as real as possible. I would recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in learning more about the Chinese-American experience in America.

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Patrick Torres

In "The Democracy Project", filmmaker Michael Moore chronicles the life of the founder of the anti-death penalty movement, the late Chuck Breitman. Though a man of convictions, Breitman had a very checkered past. Before becoming a leading figure in the movement, he spent several years in prison for his involvement in a rape and murder. The film is a testimony to the fact that, while many in the movement had tried to change society, Breitman had made a name for himself by actively opposing the death penalty. He writes that the reason he became involved in this cause is because he wanted to use his own skills to combat the system. As he explains, he doesn't agree with the death penalty because he doesn't want it to exist. In his films, he usually talks about how the death penalty is cruel, inhuman, and ineffective. However, when you actually see his film, you realize that this is only a small part of what he believes. He argues that the death penalty actually has some pretty good points to it. He argues that it's a very efficient way to keep a certain group of people in check. As a society, we've become so uncaring about the lives of those in our prisons that we don't want to see them suffer, but he believes that this is something that should be changed. He's not arguing that we should abolish the death penalty, but that we should change the laws so that people don't get to experience the kind of pain that the people in the prisons do. He also thinks that the death penalty should be abolished because it doesn't actually prevent crimes. In reality, this is true, but he believes that the death penalty would still be an effective tool in keeping the people in check. He says that he does believe that it is a good idea to have the death penalty, but only when there are some things that it can't do. However, he's not against it, but only against the fact that it's so popular that we can't be as "humane" as we want to be. Although he thinks that it's important to abolish the death penalty, he believes that it should be abolished for some really good reasons. As he says, the death penalty doesn't actually do much to help the victims of crimes. The only thing that the death penalty does is keep the people in their prisons from committing other crimes. He also thinks that it's not a good idea to abolish the death penalty because it leads to a few cases that the public doesn't like. But he also believes that it's a good idea to keep the death penalty because it's one of the only means of keeping the system in check. He thinks that if the death penalty were abolished, it would be a real shame because the people would be able to experience the pain of not being able to get out of prison and it would be impossible for the society to keep control over the

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The film is based on the memoir of the late Rabbi Shlomo Ben Zion, who lived through the first intifada in his youth, and also his death. He was a very unique and inspirational figure, and it is difficult to imagine someone in his position not succeeding in life. The film is divided into four segments. The first is about the first intifada. The second is about the second intifada, and the third is about the third intifada. The fourth segment is about the fourth intifada, and it is the most difficult to watch because it is so well-done and so intense. The story follows the development of the first intifada, the second intifada, and the third intifada. Each segment is interesting and well-made, but it is difficult to watch because the emotions and intensity are so great. In my opinion, the most compelling part of the film is the last segment, which was the most difficult to watch because it is so well-done and so intense. I was very impressed with the storytelling, the use of music, and the cinematography. The narrative is so compelling that you are completely absorbed by the events that take place. I think the film would be very successful if it were made for TV because it is so well-made and so well-acted. I highly recommend this film.

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I've been a fan of Charles Duhigg for a while now, and this documentary does a good job of showing him at his best. Duhigg's last few years in New York, before he became a target of the Left, were his best. I also liked his work on the front lines of the Iraq war. But his work with the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE) was a bit of a mixed bag. FEE was a good organization, but I think that it could have done a better job of funding the anti-trust cases that Duhigg was involved in. He also had a lot of success at the time in persuading corporations to stop funding the tobacco industry. The documentary is a good one, and I recommend it. But if you're looking for a documentary about Duhigg, look elsewhere.

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I am not going to write a very long review of this film, but I am going to say that it is one of the most powerful and important films I have ever seen. It is very inspirational, and shows us that if we really want to help others, we must do it in the right way. If we take it too personal, we lose our compassion for others. If we judge others, we hurt ourselves. But it's not easy, and I think that it is a very powerful film that is worth watching. The people in this film have a lot of problems, and yet they do it in the right way. This is something that we can all learn from. I think that this film is very important, and it will not be forgotten. I hope that more people will see it, and that more people will learn from it.

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Gerald Mendez

This documentary is a personal experience for me. I am a trained philosopher, and like many, I do not believe in reincarnation. In fact, I'm against it. It's quite the contrary. I was convinced of reincarnation as a child. When I became an adult, I had a few years of practice with reincarnation. I even thought I understood it. My question was, "Does it work?". It did, but it was a long time ago, and in the end I realized that it was only a theory. I did not believe in it. That is why I had a spiritual awakening. This film is about that awakening. It is a compelling, honest, compelling film. The acting is very well done. The audience gets to understand the implications of reincarnation. What I learned from the film was that it's not a simple matter of belief. It's a philosophical question. Some say it's a religious question. Well, it's a philosophical question. What do you believe in? This film shows that the real issue is that we should never be separated from our essence. To a degree, you cannot separate the essence from the ego, and the ego from the soul. Reincarnation is a philosophical question. I think it's not a religious question, but the question of how we are connected to the divine and our eternal nature. It's a philosophical question that is more than that. It's a question about the nature of existence and how we are connected to our selves. This is a philosophical film, not a religious one. The religious part of this film is only a background to the philosophical question. This film is philosophical, but in a way that is very simple. It's a film about the soul, not about religion. It's a film about the soul and the essence. It's not about religion, and I think that's a good thing. It shows the importance of religion in the lives of many people, and that it's not the whole picture of life. It's not about the death of a loved one. It's about our connection to our soul and to the universe. It's a question about what happens when we die. This film is deeply philosophical. It's not about spirituality or religion. It's about the soul, our connection to our essence and the universe. This is a film that touches and inspires. It's very simple. It's not religious, but it touches the soul, the essence and the universe. It's a deeply philosophical film. I think it's a very good movie. I'm glad that this film is available in DVD

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Christian S.

I think it is a good documentary about the world of Buddhism. It is very nice and you can feel the great respect of the Buddha for everyone who is a Buddhist. It is really a great documentary to watch.

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Madison Woods

Great doc! At times the doc could get a bit dramatic, but I really enjoyed it, I don't have a clue why everyone seems to be so critical of it. It's a very honest look at life in a Buddhist monastery and a large, diverse community, where many members are living in the "Shalite" tradition, the world's oldest living religion. There are no TV documentaries about Buddhism. It's more like you're in a Zen community with monks who are practicing a very traditional way of life. The film is very beautifully shot, with all the monk's every reaction to what is going on on the screen. I highly recommend it.

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I was surprised at the number of people who gave this movie a negative review. I think it is a very good film, but one that should be viewed by everyone, not just those who are trying to get to the bottom of the problem of mental illness. It is an extremely important film, and should be seen by everyone. I would also like to add that this is not a movie for the faint of heart. I would recommend this movie to anyone who has ever been in a mental institution, or has been in a mental institution. I hope everyone will see this movie and take it to heart.

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Bobby A.

The filmmakers' last film, "The Intimacy of Things," was highly acclaimed and widely lauded for its honesty and authenticity. The documentary does a similar and admirable job with its effort to break down "a" system that reinforces institutionalized and alienated love. However, it doesn't always match "the" characters' behavior with the writer/director's intention. There's a scene involving an elephant, which is filmed from an elephant's point of view, but it is actually a dog in a zoo that repeatedly comes in to deliver its share of heroin to the elephant, including pooping on the elephant and then lying down with its tail between its legs. In real life, dogs are known to take an occasional crack at narcotic ingestion (and occasionally poops on the dog, too). So how are the people depicted in the film supposed to feel? And why on earth would a dog willingly subject itself to this? You'd think the filmmakers would be a little more comfortable with what they're portraying, but they don't always show the dogs' actions in a way that feels human. So the film can be a little confusing, to say the least, and it's certainly not for everyone.

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Jennifer Fowler

The Dalai Lama's show at the University of California, Los Angeles, was a long awaited event for the hundreds of university students who participated. The purpose of the film is to show the power of music and the power of the whole human experience to connect with others. Unfortunately, the Dalai Lama was not able to speak for a long time and the main stage was very crowded. The film talks about the reasons that lead to the need for music. It is a very heavy topic for many. The Dalai Lama shows that music can make you feel better about life and you can change the world. You can show people how you want them to feel in your own way. The film has some disturbing images, but it is a must-see for the whole family. Even if the Dalai Lama isn't able to speak in a few minutes, it's still a great experience.

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After being blessed with a brilliant father (Danny Glover), a close-knit family and an older brother (Malcolm McDowell), a young child (Jesse Eisenberg) and a younger sister (Rosario Dawson), the three generations of the McDowell family are taught to follow their dreams. The McDowell's own journey is narrated in their own words and music. After moving to the city and discovering his father (Danny Glover) and his father's father (Malcolm McDowell), Danny Glover's (of the late '80s) family has a turbulent journey of their own. The McDowell's also have their own tumultuous journey. They face the difficulties of family life, to the breaking point of self-esteem, to a lifetime of boredom and they face the biggest challenge of their lives, dealing with the loss of a loved one. These themes are explored with subtlety and grace. Jesse Eisenberg gives a masterful performance, perhaps his finest to date. He is the embodiment of a boy who is to mature as he grows. The characters, their behavior and their struggles are all well-told and well-delivered. The acting is great, from Glover, to McDowell to Eisenberg, to Dawson, to McDowell's father. The story, the music and the writing are great. The three generations of the McDowell family are wise and they all share a common experience. This is a powerful movie that is worth seeing.

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My review is a little different. But I will try to keep the information simple and concise. I watched the movie after I had finished reading the book, and the film made me think differently about the entire book. I saw it when I was in college and after the fact, it was an excellent documentary. I really liked the documentary as a whole and it made me think about life and the meaning of things. I know I have not talked about the book much. That was only one of the reasons I like the movie so much. I felt like I was reading the book and watching a documentary at the same time. I am also glad that the film was made in an authentic way. The filmmaking, acting, and camera work is all amazing. It feels like you are really watching an independent documentary. I am also glad that the documentary director took the time to edit the film. Because if it had not, it would have been a movie with no point. I was amazed at the fact that this book was translated into film in the same year that The Road was made. I am glad that it was because that book is now one of my favorite books. I liked that it wasn't just some documentary that is all about the life of Mr. Binghamton. I also liked that it had a lot of details. I liked the ending. I felt like it made a lot of sense. I am glad that the film makers didn't try to be too perfect. I thought the actors and actresses did an excellent job. The movie was funny, sad, and sadder. This film is a must see for anyone who reads the book or has read the book. It will make you think and may even change the way you feel about life and the meaning of things. I can't wait to see it again, because I think it is going to be on my list of favorites.

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Theresa Russell

A must-see for all those who want to see how an American finds himself in the entire process of "growing up".

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On its surface, this film appears to be about a group of Buddhist monks who take a vow to refrain from killing other humans. However, this is really a study of one monk, Kelsang Gyatso, who was found dead in his room in a state prison in the summer of 2008. After his arrest for a murder, the government charged him with the rape and murder of a female inmate. The movie covers the investigation and trial that led to his conviction, as well as his confession and what led to his conviction. It's well-done and informative, but the film never really focuses on the fact that Kelsang killed the woman. If you are interested in this issue, I would recommend watching The World According to Amida Buddha (2004).

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If you've ever enjoyed making tea for your mum or father, then this is the film for you. It shows how the tea industry in China, especially in the countryside, was introduced to the West and it was not as good as the tea it replaced. The film is fantastic. The scenes are all great, some being really emotional and moving, some not. The characters are very well written and the documentary style of the film is fantastic. There are lots of characters, the ones we actually care about are all played by people we really care about. The film is basically a story of the teas of China and how the tea industry changed the world. The story is interesting and entertaining. If you like history documentaries, or if you like tea and tea culture, then you should watch this film. It's well worth it. I give it an 8/10.

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Gerald T.

I had the pleasure of meeting Nick Robinson at the Venice Film Festival a few years back. He was speaking on a panel about his life and his work, and we had a great conversation about life and relationships. He said that the film "Dare to Dream" was his first feature film, and that he felt he could show the film for the first time in a few years. And so, he did. It was a wonderful experience, and he is the epitome of a filmmaker. His films are always entertaining, even if they seem a little strange or unrealistic. I highly recommend watching it, and watching the others as well.

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The 10 year anniversary of "The Deer Hunter" is one of the most celebrated moments in the career of Steven Spielberg. The film is one of his most popular and critically acclaimed movies and it still evokes strong feelings for many audiences. But Spielberg's failure to really make a film that would represent the events of the Vietnam War is what sets this film apart. While the story itself is based on true events, the lack of depth to the character development is what prevents this film from being the classic it could have been. In order to create depth, Spielberg had to include numerous subplots, including his personal and professional relationships. His personal life is basically a series of separate stories that show how he became the man he is today. He includes the story of his family, his friends, his religion and his love life in this film. But while this is a very interesting story, this film has very little to do with Vietnam. We never really see the soldiers in Vietnam and the most memorable part of this film is the ending. The conclusion of the story is one of the most important and moving moments of the movie. The narrative is very well-done and it is a great watch for anyone who has seen the film or is interested in the Vietnam War. The narrative follows the characters of John Cusack, Peter Boyle, and Roy Scheider as they are involved with Vietnam. The story of how these men began their journey to becoming successful artists, writers and even filmmakers is a well-told story. Steven Spielberg's direction is also very good. While this is an important story, the director doesn't feel the need to include all the action sequences. He mostly concentrates on the everyday moments that the characters experience. He also focuses more on the characters and less on the action sequences. The style of this film is very stylized and the scenes are very well-made. The shots are fast-paced and the dialogue is very interesting. The soundtrack is also very good. While this film is full of great performances, the performances from some of the actors are just not that great. This is a good film for anyone interested in the Vietnam War. But I think the story is much more important than the film.

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Hannah Carr

This is a brilliant documentary on the trials and tribulations of religious faith in modern-day America. Unlike many documentaries, this one gives the real picture of the last 20 years of our lives. It talks to both believers and non-believers alike about the way they live their lives. It uses examples of both the non-believer and the believer who had their lives negatively affected by having doubts and this film is a good opportunity for non-believers to look at how they can live their lives and not be persecuted for their beliefs. Although some of the situations mentioned in this film are highly exaggerated, it makes a strong argument to the contrary of any religion that promotes either fear, guilt or oppression. In the end, the main message of this film is that people of all faiths should be able to live their lives freely without fear of persecution or what people in the world might think. It's a powerful message that is too often ignored in the world today.

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Benjamin O.

Since The Big Short, I've become a bit obsessed with Hollywood, especially with a lot of the movies that are being made. The Big Short was a great movie. The casting, the storyline, the information given to the audience, and the understanding of the psychology behind all these financial issues. The Big Short also delves into the general nature of greed, which I consider one of the most important factors in our current world. I think we all need to watch this movie. What are some of the biggest problems that are currently happening in this world? What do we as people do to fight against them? How do we overcome the greed that has caused such a great amount of destruction? How can we gain a much greater understanding of the motives behind all the decisions we make? What is one of the best arguments against greed? What are some of the biggest misconceptions about greed? I can think of a lot more things I could talk about. I wish I could put this movie into my top ten. It's really that good. I just can't help but think that there's something missing. I guess I would have to add that this movie is a must see for anyone who loves great movies. I give it a 10/10

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Ryan D.

I thought this movie was really good. Not to say the docu was bad, it's just a bit dull at times and does not go much beyond what I would expect from the subject of the film. However, this is just an opinion and I'm not going to go off on an emotional or historical rant. One thing that I noticed that I am not familiar with and may be quite an interesting subject is the drug addiction. Many of us have dealt with this addiction in our lives, but I don't think this documentary did it justice. It doesn't do justice to the issue, the amount of pain and suffering these individuals have. The only thing I would change is the emotion, the fact that the docu seemed to turn down on the films and then they all go off on another tangent and didn't address the substance. Instead of being straightforward and showing the full scope of the issues, it would have been more realistic to show the issues as they were being researched and researched the issues. I will give the docu an 8 out of 10, but I believe it needs to be better for a 9 to show a more balanced view. I recommend this film for everyone and don't just be like me and turn it off!

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David W.

I've read the book by Kip and Judi but I don't think that there are enough people out there who have a long term interest in the real story of the Los Angeles riots of 1992. I think the film will provide a good view of how real lives were affected by that event. I think it also gives a good idea of what the world would be like if we did have a more tolerant and diverse society. I think the film made me appreciate what I do and who I am more than the rest of the world. I don't think there is any other film that can express the same emotions and situations of those who were affected. I think this film also makes me appreciate what we have today in terms of education and social attitudes. If you are not too politically active you won't like this film. I think it gives you a very important insight into the lives of those who lived during the riots of 1992. My husband and I absolutely love the movie.

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What I thought would be a tedious 20 minutes turned out to be an amazing two hours. It's not an easy film to watch, but if you can make the effort to sit through it, you'll be rewarded with the most powerful and moving documentary about the realities of the Middle East in the 21st century. As mentioned in another review, it's one of the most powerful documentaries I've ever seen. The anger and frustration you see in some of the interviews and the situations described are unforgettable. I found myself imagining what it would be like to live in a country with such turmoil, and wonder what I'd do if I was a teenager with an uncertain future, but with a loving family and friends. It's not easy to watch, but the things that are shown are absolutely riveting. It's a film that should be viewed by all. However, it doesn't leave you feeling good about the Middle East, it leaves you feeling emotionally drained. It's very difficult to watch, but it's definitely worth it. I highly recommend it.

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I am not sure how it is possible to get this to appear as a 10-minute documentary. It is a show-stopper, and is the best thing I have seen about Buddhism in the last 10 years. I highly recommend it. The subject matter is far too important to be ignored. A very important aspect of the meditation practice is that we are really talking about a big picture, and are not talking about specific parts of the body. There are people in the world who are experiencing the same feelings and sensations as the Buddha did. We have a responsibility to share that knowledge with the world. It is really a great story about a very important topic. I am not sure what else to say other than it is a great documentary. This film is very well made, and has some really great images. I recommend it highly.

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Michelle Hart

In his last film, American filmmaker Richard Linklater is back to his roots, showing us how the world has changed over the past 40 years and how people's lives have changed with it. In this film, he goes back to his roots in Louisiana and shows us how people in the south are the same today as they were when he was a child. Although he is mostly seen as an actor, he is in fact a man that lives in a lot of ways that the rest of us may not have experienced. He is a passionate, man who wants to tell the story of the world that he came from. In the process, he uncovers a lot of interesting facts about the history of the United States and how it has changed over the years. The film does a lot of great things to tell us about what has happened over the past 40 years. It is entertaining and shows us the changes that the world has had with it. It does a lot of things to show us that we have come a long way since the beginning of the world. I really enjoyed this film and I think it is a good one. I also enjoyed the director's commentary at the end of the film. I think it was a great commentary on the film that really let us know how much it meant to Linklater. American Beauty is a great film and I would recommend it to anyone. I think it is an excellent film and I am glad to see it get the attention it deserves.

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Bruce B.

This documentary is an excellent work of journalism that tells the story of a Buddhist nun in China who, at the age of 16, decided to leave her family and move to China to study Buddhism, and eventually become a nun herself. This documentary is very interesting and informative, showing a young woman who is very willing to give up her family and her life to study Buddhism. However, the documentary doesn't take a specific side to Buddhism or Buddhism in general. It takes a positive approach to Buddhism, showing a woman who wants to learn and grow, and to do so in a way that is respectful of all people. For those who are interested in learning more about Buddhism and its history, this documentary is a must-see.

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Carl McCoy

The idea of "The Dharma Initiative" is intriguing enough, but it's presented in a documentary fashion that leaves you with a lot of unanswered questions. This is not a good sign for an organization that has raised millions of dollars in voluntary donations, and it's a wonder that no one has been able to find answers for the people who have given money. What do we do with the money? The film ends with a very strong question, and that question could have been a potential season finale. It leaves a lot to be desired, and leaves me with questions I haven't been able to answer.

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Rachel Lewis

If you want to understand the world's media, this documentary is for you. It is not like other movies that try to teach you something in a lot of words, but just a story. As a documentary, it has a very strong message. It is the story of the media, and the fact that if you want to know anything, you must be a media professional. The filmmaker goes back and forth to various people in the media, and you can see how much they have accomplished. I would recommend it to anyone interested in the media, or the media profession. It is definitely worth the time to watch.

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It's the story of how "the poor and the working class" have been economically oppressed and oppressed, for years. With few exceptions, even the poor who are "working class" are doing the best they can with what they are given. This film is an excellent depiction of how the poor have been treated for years and this film is able to portray that reality without being too harsh. I found this movie very interesting, and I hope to see more movies like it. I was surprised to see that the people interviewed in the film were all actors, which I thought would be a waste of time. It's true that some of the people in the movie were just actors, but the other actors did a very good job. They portrayed the people they were interviewing very realistically and I believe this was the most realistic way to portray the story of the movie. The only flaw in this movie was that it went a bit overlong. There were several things in the film that I felt should have been cut, like the introduction of the people interviewed by the film and the film director's personal story about how he first came to work in Haiti, which he wanted to include in the film but was overruled. Also, the interviewees were so boring that I wanted to leave the theater and never return. I recommend this movie to anyone who has been interested in the history of the poor, or anyone who has a good interest in the class system in the United States. I would highly recommend this movie to people interested in social science studies, especially if you are a student or teacher. It is interesting and challenging, and has a good story line. I would highly recommend this movie to any person who has ever been interested in the history of the poor and the class system in the United States. Overall, I highly recommend this film, and I hope it does well at the box office.

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I have just watched this docu on PBS. I don't know why it has been put on cable so often lately. If I had known it was a documentary, I would have gone to see it. It is based on the bestselling novel, and the documentary is filled with characters that the main character has encountered. This is a very strange film, filled with slow moments, often times people you would never meet in real life. The story is told in a series of stories that are sometimes told in a slow and detached way. It has a very realistic feel to it. In a way, I felt that this film was like a documentary about someone's life. It takes a very slow, but very interesting, and different approach to telling a story. The first story was about a guy who was a doctor. He is very nice, but he is also very introverted. I feel like it is a story that many people could relate to. I really enjoyed it. Then there was a woman who is an artist. She had a difficult relationship with her mother. Her father would just not let her work out. Then there is a girl who is a nurse. She is very smart, and she is very manipulative. Then there is another girl who is a gymnast. I feel like there are several stories that the main character could relate to. I recommend this film to people who like documentaries. It is a little hard to watch at times, but I feel like this film has a very realistic feel to it.

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Barbara Stanley

Just recently saw this film and I thought it was very important and interesting. The film follows a group of individuals who have experienced some form of spiritual experience. They are treated very well by the local clergy who are very supportive and love them unconditionally. They are also treated like very important people and are given good advice and support. This is a film that shows what happens when people are asked to take control of their own life and do what they want to do. This film is very uplifting and very well put together. It is very powerful and I recommend this film for anyone who is interested in seeing what can happen when people take control of their lives. It is an amazing film, one of the best I have ever seen. If you like this film, then I would highly recommend Finding the Light: Freedom and the Power of Belief by C.S. Lewis. It is one of the best books I have ever read and is very similar to this film. It is also very interesting and enlightening. I recommend this film to anyone who is interested in spiritual enlightenment and not just focusing on the material things in life.

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In this documentary, we follow three Buddhist monks as they travel to Japan in order to find a rare copy of the original English translation of the Dhammapada, a collection of Buddha's teachings that was written in Sanskrit by a monk in India sometime in the 6th Century. Their goal is to retrieve this text and return it to the original language for the sake of all mankind. The film captures the stories of the monks as they travel and share their experiences along the way, as well as various other thoughts and reflections as they travel to Japan. Each of the monks has a different story to tell. One says he had a difficult childhood and is very afraid of the dark. Another says he is very interested in Buddhism, and wants to help other people with the practice. The final monk, who speaks of himself as a contemplative, says he is afraid of the darkness, because he knows that darkness is going to come. He also says that he has never been able to talk to a woman, and that he cannot relate to a woman's feelings. The film is very informative. Each of the monks has a different perspective on the practice, and the film explores this point in great detail. The interviews are funny, interesting, and informative. It is also interesting to hear what the monks say about other topics. The film is well made, and the content is presented in a very informative way. It is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen, and I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about Buddhism.

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I really enjoyed this documentary. It was very compelling to watch. It is definitely worth a watch. I liked it a lot. I think it is about what the Dalai Lama wants to bring out from us, not what he actually thinks about Buddhism. It is a great example of a great documentary. I recommend it. I thought it was a good follow-up to the documentary that was "Nuns on the Bus". I think this documentary will show you the difference between what people say they are and what they actually are. I think you will agree with me. The film was well shot and well edited. The sound quality was great and very pleasing to the ears. I highly recommend this documentary.

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At times, this movie can feel a little "Bobby Darin-esque". And as I said, the opening scene is pretty "softer" than you might expect. But after that, it gets pretty hard to take it seriously. It's really a good thing, though, that the filmmakers are so candid about what they did, so we don't have to. And once they got past the artifice, the film is actually pretty good. But it just feels like the filmmakers took all that footage and simply made it look like what they wanted. There's some really great, dramatic music in there, and the sequences are very well shot. The movie has a very unique style, and is much better than I expected. But, it's also pretty much a performance-driven film, so it can be a little hard to sit through sometimes. It's a solid documentary that's not as good as it should be, but is still very good. It's not one of the best movies I've seen, but I think it's a pretty good watch.

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Brenda B.

I can't remember a documentary about spirituality ever like this. It is an eye-opening look at the philosophies of many different religions, including Judaism, Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Judaism, Islam, Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, etc. I saw it twice, and can't get enough of it. From the very beginning, this film covers many different perspectives. One of the most interesting is the role of spirituality in the lives of many people who are atheists, agnostics, or non-believers. The film shows how people live in each religion. It also shows how the beliefs of the respective religions can be inconsistent, and how people can become involved in different religions without being consciously aware of their different beliefs. It also shows the attempts of each religion to control and dominate the beliefs of the other religions. The film's characters are very well chosen. The different religions are all portrayed as people who are in different stages of their lives. The characters are varied and interesting, and the interviews with them are very interesting. It is not always easy to watch, as there are so many religious and nonreligious people in this film. It is a wonderful film, and I recommend it to anyone.

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Michelle B.

The Bowery Boys are one of New York's finest rock bands. They have a history of showing up late, missing gigs, and leaving behind all their recorded material. This documentary follows them through their road trip from New York to the Philippines, in search of their albums. This is a very insightful film, but at the same time, it's a bit of a letdown. At one point, I found myself waiting for the Bowery Boys to play some new music. This movie is a very good history of the band, but not a great documentary. The music is great, but it's not that great of a documentary. The film is a bit slow in places, and it lacks the punch of an interesting history of the band.

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Kathleen Robertson

This is a very well made documentary on the life of Reverend Jerry Falwell, a controversial televangelist and a far-right conservative Christian who was extremely influential in the development of the Moral Majority. It's a fascinating look at Falwell's life and his impact on the Republican party, but also his political leanings. It's also a look at Falwell's fight to be taken seriously, and what he thinks the government will do when he isn't being taken seriously, including the 1968 riots in which the Reverend was a part of. Falwell was the most popular televangelist of his time, and was very well-known and respected. He was often seen as a major figure on television, and was usually at the top of the ratings. Falwell wanted to make a statement, and didn't want to be taken seriously. He was also known for his outrageous rhetoric, and his bold statements were a major point of controversy in the 1960s. One of the main topics discussed in this documentary is the 1968 riots that happened in the town of Birmingham, Alabama, which was the site of the segregated South. The riots led to an uproar, and Falwell was accused of racism for saying that it was not the blacks' fault the riots happened. The riots started after a black man named James Meredith was beaten by a white mob in a town park. The riots spread to other cities, and the media picked up on Falwell's statements and his controversial speeches. Falwell was also known for his anti-Catholic statements and his stance on women's rights. He was also very vocal on what he thought of homosexuality, and had many controversial statements on homosexuality. This is a very good documentary that covers many interesting aspects of Falwell's life and career. It's also interesting to see the transformation of the Reverend from a charismatic man to a person who was not as popular as he had been in the past, and the way that his views have changed. It's also interesting to see how much of his life was spent in the south, especially during his career as a minister. I think it's one of the better documentaries that I have seen on Falwell, and I think that it's very interesting and worth seeing.

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The first half of this documentary is quite nice and interesting. I love the conversation between the two men and I thought it was funny. The second half is also quite interesting and interesting, but it gets a little bit boring. I liked the idea of the documentary because of the funny parts, but I really wish the second half would be a little bit more interesting. But I still liked the second half of the documentary very much.

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Carol Armstrong

This film has a cast that includes such stars as Morgan Freeman and Jeff Daniels. It also has a subject matter that is very difficult to ignore and yet that the characters go through is extremely engaging. It is difficult to say whether this film will make any money. It may be the ultimate cinematic lie. I have no idea if it is true that everyone sees the same film or not. This is a subject matter that is so uncomfortable and yet so popular that it is difficult to watch it without a sinking feeling. The main character in the film has some really amazing insights into the nature of our beliefs. As someone who has watched a lot of religion documentaries, I found that I understood why they are so important to some people. This is one of those documentaries that I hope will get a lot of publicity. It is a film that will be seen by many people and not by many others. The film was entertaining and moving, but it left me with a feeling that I didn't understand or understand how it was going to end. It was too bizarre and too off-putting. I am not sure what the director was going for in this film, but I think that he could have done a better job.

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I'm just amazed by the number of people who have said "hey, that's not how it was." The show doesn't take the American Civil War in the way that "The Civil War" did, but there are some very important points that are addressed. It's not perfect, but there is a huge amount of detail that is included. It's a story of a time in history when people were so blind to the true nature of slavery that they did not see the conflict between the black and white races for what it was, that they didn't see the other side of the issue. The main focus of the film is to show that the Northern Union wanted to preserve slavery, but it wasn't just that. It was about the conflict between the slave owning states and the Northern states. And it's a story that needs to be told.

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Marilyn O.

I'm not a fan of radical Islam, and the documentary was only partially entertaining. I'm not sure what the film was trying to prove. However, the idea that this could be a possible path for people to Christianity was interesting and made for good arguments. I would have liked to see more of the "soul searching" process. I would have also liked to see more of the discussion and debate on the matter. I found the voice-over to be pretty boring. If I had known more about the debate, I would have seen a more convincing story. However, it was still interesting. I would recommend watching the film. The presentation and the conversations are interesting and make for good discussion.

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Karen Stevens

I am a Buddhist and I have been for a long time. I have been searching for a good way to talk about Buddhism, for a while. I searched high and low, but couldn't find a good approach. The only thing I found was "Stir of Echoes". In a nutshell, the main theme is the paradoxes in life. I do not like to talk about this topic too much, but I have a feeling that the subject could be a bit more useful to Buddhists. This film is very long, but it is a very good way to get the point across. It is not very often that a film can get so deep, and so engaging, from so simple a topic. I would recommend this film to anyone, Buddhists or non-Buddhists. The idea is not very original, but the execution is very good. I would recommend this film to anyone, especially Buddhists. I also think that people who have been searching for a good approach to life, or to Buddhism in general, will like this film. I think that it is very valuable. I wish that this film had been a little longer.

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This film tells the story of the War on Terror and the people who live with it every day. As the saying goes, 'we don't live here' but rather we live in the way of war. In this film, a variety of different people are portrayed as the soldiers, 'the people' or 'the people who do not live here'. They talk about how they got into this war, how they were there, how they lost their loved ones, how they were misled by the government, etc. I would say the film is more about the consequences of war and the people that live in it. If you like documentaries and want to see a good documentary that really does not do anything but tell you about war, you should see this one. It is a must see.

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James Myers

I have watched this film twice now, and I still think it is an excellent documentary on the subject of corruption in the movie business. This film should be compulsory viewing for any and every movie lover. The interviews are the most fascinating part of the film. Some have asked me what I think of the film. I have to say that the performances by many of the actors are fantastic. As a former actress, I can say that many of the actors are much better than what I have seen in many of the films that I have ever seen. I really do hope that this film becomes more popular because I really do believe that it should be. The only way to stop this corruption is to send our executives to jail. I would hope that the US Senate will pass a law that would make it a crime for executives to pocket more than they are paid. I have not seen the German version of the film yet but I am sure that I will be watching this one. I hope that all of the actors, directors, and executives involved with this film are given the courage to come out and speak out about their experiences.

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Mildred C.

The film was made by Pulitzer Prize winner Ta-Nehisi Coates, who does not feel the need to say anything about this great man's life. He just gives the viewer a window into what the average African-American man goes through on a daily basis. As he stated, "I don't think this movie is a documentary." He certainly had many documentaries that are highly influential. These include Selma, We Were Soldiers, and To Kill a Mockingbird. I think I know what it's like to have a high school-aged black kid in my neighborhood. The best way to see this movie is to listen to his music. If you don't like his music, you can always buy his CD. All his songs are great, and his lyrics are very real. This movie will make you feel like you are on his side. It will make you think about your life and see yourself as a strong, independent, and determined person. This is a must see.

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Jeremy Pena

If you have an interest in Buddhism and/or faith in miracles, this film will blow your mind. It's more about the miraculous than about the religion itself. It will make you think about religion and how it impacts people. I saw this film at a Buddhist conference and heard a lot of people say how impressed they were with the visuals and the research that went into the film. I can see why, as this film is well worth your time. It's a great story of faith and faith in miracles. And it's all done with very few plot holes.

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Bruce Y.

This is a very well-done documentary about the inspirational teachings of the Dalai Lama. I have read several articles about his life and this was one of the best. The interviewees were inspiring, even the monks, and the film was very inspiring. It was a very well-rounded documentary that showed the life of the Dalai Lama. I highly recommend it.