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Filmworker is a movie starring Leon Vitali, Ryan O'Neal, and Brian Capron. A documentary about how English actor Leon Vitali came to work as an assistant to American filmmaker Stanley Kubrick for over 30 years.

Other Titles
キューブリックに魅せられた男, Stanley Kubricks högra hand, Filmworker. A la sombra de Kubrick, Elämäni Kubrickin palveluksessa
Running Time
1 hours 34 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, Biography
Tony Zierra
Ryan O'Neal, Leon Vitali, Brian Capron, Mike Alfreds
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 documentary about how English actor Leon Vitali came to work as an assistant to American filmmaker Stanley Kubrick for over 30 years.

Comments about documentary «Filmworker» (136)

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Joe M.

The greatest trick I ever played was convincing my grandmother to watch a porno. I was scared. She was always so scared. That movie scared me, and I kept it in my head. I would show it to my father. He would laugh and tell me I was crazy. And I was. But I loved it. I still watch it. I'm convinced that the world could be better if porn was still available. I've also become a huge fan of Elizabeth Bathory. She was the ultimate freak. I love to see the great thing about porn. I want to see the good thing. Porn is supposed to be bad. It is supposed to be evil. It's not supposed to be something you would want your children to watch. Porn is a violent, sleazy movie. It's not supposed to be good. I think porn should be illegal. I think it should be hidden in the underground. I think it should be sold in dark alleys. I think that would be much better. It would be the most responsible way to keep porn out of the hands of children. I want to give my respect to Robert Del Naja. This is his story. It's the story of the greatest man of all time. And it's the story of one of the most evil men in history. I want to be part of this story. I want to share this story with you.

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This documentary is excellent. It is so well made that I feel like it was made for me, by me. It is difficult to understand how people like us have been portrayed as the villains of the piece. The film is a gripping portrayal of the work of the Jewish film industry in Nazi Germany. The director is skilled at painting a convincing portrait of the Jew in Nazi Germany. He does not want to paint the Jew as an anti-Semite. He paints the Jew as a sensitive person who has a deep-seated desire to be appreciated for what he does. It is a great documentary, which I highly recommend. It is a must see for anyone who is interested in the subject.

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Roy Bell

A fine documentary that tells the tale of a man's struggle to fight his addiction to heroin and the people who supported him in his recovery. The man was a good example of someone who was able to overcome the addiction and never became addicted again. He managed to gain a lot of respect from his friends and family. I was also impressed with the way he told his story, keeping it short and keeping the audience in the dark, just like he was. I highly recommend this film.

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Randy Thomas

From the opening of "I am a Vietnam Vet" to the closing credits, director Jim Martin uses this movie as an opportunity to show us the emotional impact that the war has had on veterans. And, Martin is very deliberate in his use of narration and photographs. "I am a Vietnam Vet" is very interesting and thought provoking. I think Martin is very careful in showing the emotional impact that the war has had on veterans. He does a good job of doing this with his interviews and the videos and pictures. The film is very informative and includes the testimonies of many veterans who served during this time period. I would highly recommend watching this movie.

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This film had a few ups and downs, but the overall message was good. It would be a bad idea to view this film just for the sake of it, but I saw it at the cinema and it did not disappoint. This is a film about poverty in the Third World, and how people survive and live in the most desperate conditions, whether they are of the poorest or richest people in the world. There are stories about a father who has just lost his wife and has to bring her child to a boarding school in order to feed her family, and the director, Jeremy Kenyon, shows how a man living in a cheap housing project with his wife and children manages to survive. He uses his imagination to bring this dream to reality, which is quite amazing, as it would have been quite difficult to make this film. The use of the music is also very good, in the film's music, as well as in the film's production. I was not familiar with the film's background, but it is one of those documentaries which you can watch and forget about it, because it has a good message to it. I recommend this film to anyone who is interested in poverty in the Third World, and those who are interested in filmmaking in general. 9/10

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I'm a fan of Rachael Leigh Cook. She's not only one of the best female singers alive, but she's one of the most talented women of her generation. She has such a unique voice, which makes it possible for her to get a huge audience. I know that this documentary will be extremely popular because of the young singer. But I believe that the film will be more of a celebration of the fact that the majority of women are able to perform better than men, and that even with their limitations, they are able to deliver their best. It's the reality of the situation, and it's the focus of the film. If you have a problem with your voice, there's no reason to keep singing. It's not like singing is a one-time deal. It's a part of our life. We're all able to improve our voices, whether it's on stage or off. I don't think there are any flaws with the film. Rachael was doing a really good job. I really think she deserves to be recognized. I think it's a great movie, and I recommend it to everyone.

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Janice Butler

This documentary shows how drugs can transform an individual into a monster. It is a deeply disturbing story. It is one of the most disturbing films I have ever seen. The subject matter is too intense for a documentary. It must be taken seriously. There is not a single laugh or other reaction in the movie. It is so shocking that it leaves you with a feeling of disgust. This is a very disturbing film and is a must see.

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Christine M.

I was amazed to see how wonderful and insightful a documentary about a famous actor was. It was so true to the way he was, his relationships, his art, and his personal struggles. It was refreshing to see how this man handled himself and his personal demons. I am also a fan of his and had my eyes wide open as I watched his personal struggles. I think that the more you learn about a person, the more you respect them. It's the same with A-list actors. How they get into their craft is something that no one can do alone. This is a true story about one of Hollywood's most successful actors.

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I am a straight male, but I have been a comic artist for over 20 years, and this documentary was very enlightening. I believe that any movie with a story line and an artist will be a good movie. But what makes a good comic book artist, is the artist's ability to create a story, and that's what has been lacking in this movie. (There is also a story line for the movie. I've read the reviews for it, and people seem to be either against it, or really enjoyed it. If you are one of the latter, go see it.) I think that people should see this film. It is educational, informative, and enlightening. I've seen a lot of movies lately that are only for young people, or for people with children, or for those who have a negative opinion of the comic book industry, but not for me. I think that everyone should see this film. This is an outstanding film.

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Teresa K.

I am an enormous fan of Werner Herzog and saw his work on several occasions, so I was really curious to see this documentary. I felt it was an extremely timely film and I'm glad I saw it. What is fascinating is that most of the people interviewed in this film seem to be obsessed with the UFO phenomenon, which I find ironic because the people interviewed are all interested in the physical aspect of the phenomenon and what it might mean to humans. However, the intensity and poignancy of the experiences of many of the interviewees are one of the things that struck me most. It was incredibly fascinating to watch people recount how they see UFOs in their everyday life. However, for me it's the psychological aspect that has had the most effect on me. It is a disturbing and unsettling story, to say the least, and that's the subject that these people wanted to share. I find the idea that these people believe what they're doing to be completely unbelievable and reprehensible. It seems more like they are mentally sick, especially the one man that interviewed and interviewed as much as anyone else. I also find the overall impression of the film extremely sad, to say the least. The film starts out with some narration by Werner Herzog and the conversation he has with a UFO enthusiast about his belief in UFOs and how it all fits into his psychological picture. He also talks about how he doesn't believe in the existence of aliens, but the perception that there are these things is part of his subconscious mind. What I found to be really interesting is that many of the people interviewed believe in some form of UFO contact, but they have never been tested on their experience and how it compares to what they believe to be real. I also felt it was sad when Herzog (the interviewer) shows his father how they believe his experience with UFOs, and I'm really glad he did not attempt to explain the part of the experience that was not real. There are also two interviews with people that are probably not related to the UFO phenomenon, but they're both quite interesting. One interviewee who is fascinated with UFOs describes how his father is obsessed with this thing. This guy seems to be very interested in his father's obsession, but I am wondering if this obsession actually has something to do with his obsession. The other interviewee is a psychologist who describes his husband as a very troubled man who often finds himself in a psychological state where he's not in control. The interviewee seems like a very emotional and sympathetic person, but I'm not sure if his testimony fits the thesis of this film. The film does a great job in bringing together a lot of different perspectives to tell the story of this strange phenomenon. I found it very refreshing to see the stories of people that have no links to the UFO phenomenon. Many of the interviews are also well-done, and some are quite beautiful in the documentary-style of the film. I recommend this film for anyone who likes to think about what UFOs are, is a fan of Werner Herzog, or is interested in UFO topics. If you don't like these things, then I can't really recommend this film to you. The documentary is about the experiences of the people who believe in UFOs, but that's not all it's about. This is a film that is very compelling and I think it's a must-see for anyone who's interested in these subjects.

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Brenda Freeman

I first saw this documentary in 2009, when it was released to theaters, and it changed my life. I'm not a film critic, and I never really cared for art. But this documentary had an impact on me, and I've never forgotten it. It really changed my life. When I saw it, I thought it was amazing. I really loved it. I was a film student and I really enjoyed it. I loved that the film is about the artists, and not about the audience. It was also great to see other people's personal stories. It was really inspiring, and I still talk about it. I think that's because it was so inspirational. I think the way that they filmed it was incredible. They had a lot of really interesting angles and great angles. And it was so fascinating to see the lives of the artists. I really loved the way they put the music into the film. It was really great. It's very, very cool to see how they made the documentary. It was really fun to see them on the screen. The documentary is very, very insightful, and it's very inspirational. I think it's very, very cool to see the personal stories of these artists. I think it's very, very inspiring. I think the film is great. I love it, and I think it's a really great documentary. It's really good. It's really cool. I love it. I think it's really, really, really good.

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I've always been a fan of William F. Buckley Jr. and to see his book and later film discussed so poignantly in this film is a real treat. By the way, I would have to point out that the film does address the rights of subjects to discuss their experiences with the rights of the studios. What I found most interesting in the film is how Buckley gets his work published. Even though he's not the author, he's one of the most successful conservative voices in America, and the rights of his ideas get squashed. He gets his books shelved and his views driven out of newspapers, magazines, and television. The freedom of the press is abused and the general public has lost the ability to critically explore ideas. If the companies had given him equal time and attention, I think the film would be better. What I found most troubling is that it is the very group that is the most vulnerable to this attack. But instead of being vilified, we are treated to the depiction of the activists as kooks. The film is too tame. I really do hope that it makes more sense to it's audience. But at the same time, I understand the frustration of Buckley's family. I don't know if it's fair to them to watch the film and think they are attacked, but it's better than the alternative. The film has a message, but it has a message for us, too. We need to be more discerning when we decide to watch this film.

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I thought this was a fascinating film, taking place in Ireland in 1981, but at the same time in the United States. It gives an extremely personal glimpse of the lives of the participants in this little known story. It is certainly very difficult to do so in a multi-national setting, so it is a testament to the special beauty and grace of the people who were there. The people who played the four main characters were wonderful and did an outstanding job. It is very difficult to pick a favorite, but if you are a fan of history and documentaries, you should definitely watch this. It is certainly worth watching.

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This documentary is a lot like a different documentary would have been if it had been made 10 years ago. It shows us a side of politics we rarely see. The story of Gloria LaRue is about the struggle she had to endure when she went to the national convention to help defeat Nixon. It is a simple, sad, and inspiring story that you will not be able to find a reason to not watch. You will cry, you will laugh, and you will be shocked. It is a documentary that should be seen by all. If you can find a copy of it, I am sure you will watch it many times. It is one of those documentaries that will give you a reason to be on the right side of history. That is the best way to describe this movie.

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Matthew Torres

I had the pleasure of meeting and talking with Mel, the director of this excellent documentary. I was struck by his life story and how he saw himself as a person who, in a way, was "cured" from his suffering. The film is not a biography of Mel, but of his life story. It is a well-crafted, thoughtful and well-acted film that gives a valuable perspective on the subject of mental illness, and its effects on the individual. I would recommend this film to anyone who is looking for a well-balanced film on a very important topic. I also recommend it to those who wish to better understand the disease of mental illness. I am pleased to say that this film has been released on DVD. I highly recommend it. I also recommend that anyone who sees this film will be inspired to seek help for their own mental illness.

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Sara Hawkins

St. Paul City Hall, an established little town in northern Minnesota, is a real American story, but the people here don't appear to be American. The movie, narrated by Michael Moore, is an excellent introduction to the town and its residents, which are a mostly white, mostly middle-class, mostly Christian-oriented community. A great majority of the people here don't know one another, and the town is almost totally invisible to outsiders. Many of the people there don't speak English, and we see one or two English-speaking residents. This is a little town, about 20 or so families in all, and Moore's documentary, "St. Paul City Hall," is a valuable historical document. It does a good job at demonstrating the diversity of the town. The town is still very diverse, and Moore shows how there is no ethnic barrier to the majority of the people. That's the message that Moore is trying to get across. The real story is that there are more than a few little town like this one, and they are all very similar to the town of St. Paul. And that's a message that Moore is trying to get across. He doesn't shy away from showing many little town's that are not like the town he is showing. In that respect, Moore's documentary is a great movie and a very important movie.

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Amy Pierce

A brilliant documentary on the changing face of the mining industry. Over the last 40 years, the mining industry has become increasingly mechanized and more efficient, but this new technology and the need for cheaper, cleaner and cleaner coal means that the mining industry in the UK has been almost completely replaced by coal-fired power plants. The film includes interviews with some of the people who worked in the mines, who are, for the most part, still there, or close to it. But at the same time, it explores the long history of the miners' union, and the involvement of those who were born and raised in the coal industry and in the coal mines, to what extent their efforts are remembered today. The film also gives a rare insight into the film industry and the people who made it work, including its critics. The film gives some fascinating and funny stories about the miners and the characters in the film. It also shows the grim and dirty conditions that the miners had to work in and how the pay was so poor and the industry so dirty that it was almost impossible to even get a haircut.

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I am a fan of Michael Moore. In fact, I was hoping to see this movie as soon as I could find a theater showing it. I thought it would be a nice way to pass some time while my other "curiosity" is off to the movies. But I was wrong. This film was really quite good. In fact, I was surprised that this movie wasn't better known in my country. It seems that it was overlooked for some reason. It was well made, acted and the story was very interesting. It's really a pity that this film is not available in the US. But it's definitely worth seeing. The only reason I didn't give it a 10 is because I felt that it was a little bit too long. But I understand that it would be difficult to keep up with the story in a 90 minute movie. It's not an exaggeration to say that this movie is definitely worth watching. If you are a fan of Michael Moore, you will enjoy this film. But if you aren't, you will still find it interesting.

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Juan Weber

Since I'm a big fan of Richard Dreyfuss, I decided to watch this documentary. This is a must watch for any Dreyfuss fan.

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One of the best documentary films I've seen recently. An absolute must for every film fan. If I could only see the documentary on a DVD I would. Incredible. This film was not made for my sake but for the people of the South African film industry. It's an absolute shame that so many talented and talented individuals have not been able to speak openly about their experiences in the film industry.

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Ann Morales

When you are in a position of power, you have the right to say what you want and the responsibility to ensure that you get what you want. This is not a new message from the United States, but it is an important one. Director/writer/producer/actor Mark Whalberg, as well as the other executive producers/writers/actors on this documentary, deliver a strong message that the system works in the interests of the privileged few and that it should be replaced by a system that is more democratic and representative. It is also clear that this film is not about politics or the election. It is about the power of money and the ability of corporations to have influence over the government. The film is a great way to learn about the issue and to understand the problems and how to fix them. It is also a great way to see what the everyday struggle is all about. A great documentary, definitely worth watching.

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I was very excited to see this movie, it looked interesting and has a good story behind it. The movie starts out with a documentary, narrated by actor Charles Manson, about the life and times of Charles Manson, the famous and infamous serial killer. This documentary is very interesting and well-filmed, with a lot of great shots. We then follow Manson as he starts his prison escape and during his time in prison, and he is a fascinating character. At the end of the documentary, we get a brief clip of Manson as he leaves prison and we see him as a man, without the drug-addict of the past. This was a very interesting film, and the film was very well-done. I was surprised to see a lot of inaccuracies in the film. I would have liked to see a few more interviews with Charles Manson, and the movie would have been a lot better. However, the film is a very interesting look into one of the most infamous and dangerous serial killers of all time. The documentary is interesting, and the movie is very good. It's worth watching if you are interested in Manson and the prison escape, and it's a good film to see if you are interested in Manson. 8/10

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I thought that this film was a wonderful portrait of a young man's love for a forgotten art form. The video interviews with his family members and his peers was wonderful. This film was an excellent look at how the art world came to be, and what it was like to live in the late 20th Century. One of the best things about this film was the incredible music and sound track. I'm a musician myself, and I was amazed at how much this music had to do with the film. It was very powerful, and added to the film very well. I recommend this film to anyone who enjoys a film that looks at the art world, and shows the amazing music that it must have been made with. 9/10

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Vincent Holmes

The so-called 'professional' documentary on the death of Mark David Chapman is in a word, absolutely awful. It's loaded with factual inaccuracies, some obvious and some not so obvious. The film makes many claims to make, and yet they are all unsupported by any supporting evidence. I give it a 3. This is one of the worst documentaries I've seen. It's not clear why Chapman was charged in the first place, or why Chapman was sentenced to death. Why Chapman was never a suspect is something I have no interest in learning about. It's not clear that Chapman had any involvement in any other crime. The film is unorganized, inconsistent, and boring. The documentary is also one of the most unconvincing documentaries I've seen. The documentary presents Chapman as a 'good guy' who, despite the wrongdoings of others, could have become a better human being. Yet when you see Chapman, you know he was, indeed, a bad guy. Chapman was a murderer. He shot his friend, who was unarmed, in the head, and then went on to rob a convenience store and kill two other people. I'm not saying that Chapman deserved to be killed, but the documentary is full of inaccuracies, particularly regarding the four-hour testimony Chapman gave in his trial. But it also does a poor job of presenting Chapman as a human being. The documentary doesn't focus enough on Chapman's personal life, and does not go into detail about his career. The documentary also does not deal with the case in a sympathetic way, in an open-minded way, or with Chapman's psychological issues. In fact, it's not even sympathetic to Chapman's friend, who committed suicide shortly after Chapman's trial. One of the best documentaries I've seen, and that's saying a lot. It's full of factual errors and too much documentary style. And it's still one of the most entertaining documentaries I've ever seen.

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Jobs talked about the meaning of work in this touching documentary. It is also a look at the often forgotten reality of work in today's world, both as a job and as a way of life. We hear from several current and former employees of Apple who relate their experiences and feelings about their work life. We also hear from some former employees who talk about the physical and emotional stress that work can bring. The film is a really good representation of the things that are important about work, even for people who are relatively new to the industry. There are many great things about this documentary, not least the fact that Apple does not waste its time talking about other companies. It has a great rhythm, it's organized and it's also very effective in presenting the diverse perspectives of its various workers. This film is really interesting and well made.

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Howard Johnson

This film is extremely sad, it's true that it's an extreme example of what happens to any people who speak out against the power of the "gig" economy. But the film is really interesting and quite insightful. It makes you question yourself, about your own lives, and the lives of people around you. It's really a must see for anyone who's interested in alternative economic policies.

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Tale of Two Cities, it's a wonderful film, and the direction is outstanding. This film is the best movie about the French Revolution and the Spanish Revolution that I have ever seen. The film covers every aspect of the period of time. It is very interesting and the acting is great. I can't wait for the DVD. A great movie and a must see. I would rate it as 8.9/10.

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As you may know, I've been a fan of Joe D'Amato's for a while. I love his use of original music and I love the visual style that he creates. So when I heard he had a new documentary on his DVD, I figured I should check it out. I watched it in a big theater full of theatre-goers. It was a great first viewing. I really enjoyed this film and if it was available on DVD, I would have purchased it. The first two-thirds of the documentary was very interesting and captivating. The documentary is set in New York City. The film is shot in a lot of different locations and in various periods of time. Some of the shots were quite beautiful. The only real problem I had with the documentary was that it did not cover the period of time where D'Amato started out in Hollywood. I thought it was about time he showed a little more about that part of his life. I also thought the film was too short. This film is the first documentary I have seen on the man. I hope that it will be the last.

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Here is a film about the role of the World Bank in the destruction of environment, the development of the poor nations. A film that is worth seeing for the powerful words spoken by Professor John Dewey in a phone interview, who has a power to change the world for the better. When we look at the data of our planet, the destruction of the environment is still going on. It has not been stopped yet. The message of the film is clear: we need to come to the table, as a community, to change the world, not as individuals. The message is also clear: the World Bank and the people involved in it are the problem, not the solution. The film also reminds us that the World Bank is the problem. It is not the solution. It is the cause. It is the single largest driver of destruction of the environment, the impoverishment of the poor, the impoverishment of the countries in the developing world. The film is powerful, because it is not a documentary, but a conversation between those in the audience and Dewey. There is not a lot of video or audio, but everything spoken is taken from John Dewey's words. The film is also powerful because it gives us the possibility to make our own decision about our involvement in the World Bank and the ways we can make a difference. And by the way, we can also make a difference about our world. For those who want to make a difference, this is a great film to watch.

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Amber Morales

By far the most ambitious documentary of my life. Ever. This movie is more than just a portrait of the well known and very important figures of the music industry. It is an insightful study of the inner workings of the people who are in charge of the music business. It is also a conversation between two groups of people who have managed to overcome their many enemies and to achieve success by developing a mutually beneficial relationship. It's a masterful and heartfelt portrait of some of the most important people in the world of music. And it's also a telling story of how you can help save the music industry. In fact, it's about the music industry, as the movie starts with a discussion of the ways in which people can get rich by exploiting the artist and the fans. The movie then shifts to the world of record labels and music publishers. It is during this time that we see how the music industry can be almost captured by large corporations. The negotiations between these corporations and the music labels has become so controlling and so convoluted that it is hard to see the connection. This leads to the conclusion that we have seen how important music is, yet we have forgotten how important music is in a more general sense. For example, at the end of the movie, the director asks each of the performers in the film to tell us what their most memorable and important moments were in their career. What they say is that they were singing "Farewell" and "Time Out of Mind" at the end of their careers. In fact, the whole film has some of the most moving moments in film. From the interviews with Jean Dujardin and Elton John, to the interview with David Bowie and his manager (with whom he describes how he got his break and how it changed his life), the interviews with the people involved with the movie are the most moving. What is even more amazing is that the movie is able to describe the people with all of their differences and also to relate the different ways that they express themselves. It is also very interesting to see how it was able to relate the different way that the various celebrities in the movie express themselves to their own personal views on life. What is especially interesting is that the majority of the interviewees in the film express themselves in their own style of singing. However, for the most part, they are able to express themselves in a way that is very different from how they express themselves in their professional and personal lives. The movie is very interesting and deserves to be watched. However, to understand the message of the movie, one must understand the music industry and its history.

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Eric C.

Daniel Ellsberg (and I like him!) is a Nixon White House official who leaked the Watergate affair to the press. He fled to France, where he lived for several years, but left for his country and died in 1986. What else can be said about the film? Daniel Ellsberg, however, is not a character in a documentary. He is the subject, but not a character. His presence is felt and his voice heard, yet we do not hear him speak. That is a shame, for this man, who was clearly not a hero, was a patriot. He knew how to fight for what he believed in, and he fought for the nation he loved. We do not hear his voice, and his words, and we do not see the pain he suffered as a result of his leaks. If you want to know more about Ellsberg, see "The Pianist," directed by the excellent Christopher Nolan. When I was in college in the mid-eighties, the film "Babe: Pig in the City" was the most significant film I had ever seen. I don't know that the film was much good. I know it did not do well in theaters. I read reviews of "The Pianist" in the paper and heard the critics say that the film was a piece of art. It was, but I liked the film, as did many other people. It was a good story, and it captured a time in history that I was unfamiliar with. I have seen "The Pianist" four times, and I hope that it will be seen a hundred times more. My generation had a different experience than that of the 1970's, and that is the key to appreciating this film. The art, the drama, the fight, the sorrow. What else can be said?

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Doris Harris

A remarkable documentary that brings to light a true story of a man, and his struggle to make a living for his family. The documentary has several life lessons and lessons for people all around the world. The lessons are to trust others, to respect people's time, and most importantly, to respect yourself. Through a series of interviews, we learn the history of how the family survived a fall into poverty, and how it brought them to a point of destitution. The stories of the many people in the family, who were also affected by the economic downturn, brought to light an economic statistic that was almost forgotten for decades. One of the most fascinating stories was the story of two of the children's father. The father had a son who was a drug addict, and was in and out of prison for many years. The father decided to adopt him. He would put him to work on the farm. The father did not want to end up a slave, and tried to teach the boy to be a good person. The other stories were interesting to hear about, too. I was impressed with the way the documentary and the interviews were done, the actors were spot on, and the stories were compelling. This was a very compelling documentary that should be watched. One of the things that was told was how after the fall of the Berlin wall, the people started to realize that they were poor, and even worthless, in the eyes of their neighbors and friends. This documentary does an excellent job at showing that the poor were poor, and the rich, rich. Everyone should see this, even if you don't agree with the outcome.

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This is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. In an age where documentaries seem to be a dime a dozen and a series of one-liners, the following is an important look at a man who lived a life of extreme poverty, worked as a carpenter, and suffered from AIDS. I was captivated by his story. As he walked through his life and slowly revealed his life's struggles, I became absorbed by the story. It's a very interesting story. It's not a life of greatness, but it's a story that's really important to me. I don't know if it's because of my background, or my background, but I feel that his life is very important to me. He was able to come out of a very bad situation, and still survive. It's inspiring to see this story, and I hope to see more of these kinds of stories in the future. I'm so grateful to him. A film that is very important to me.

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I must admit that I'm a fan of the documentary film but this one had to be the most entertaining I've ever seen in my life. The story behind this movie is definitely worth the watch. It's beautifully produced and directed and I just wanted to watch it all over again, it had such a strong impact on me. The documentary also focused a lot on an individual's depression and his family's role in that and how they reacted. This was definitely one of the highlights of the movie for me. You could also tell the importance of the film to the family and the president himself. It made me very nostalgic. I really enjoyed this movie and I think that people should definitely check this out.

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Aaron Hall

I had a lot of fun watching this documentary. The subject is a subject that often gets under the skin of the filmmaker and the subject is usually of tremendous power, but in the case of this film, it's also a subject of incredible humanity. From the pilot of this plane to the most junior of these people, from the airline people to the engineers, from the techs to the pilots. It's a surprisingly deep look at a topic of personal responsibility and an excellent story. Well worth seeing.

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Sharon Fernandez

The wonderful thing about this documentary is the way it is presented. The films and the interviews are interwoven seamlessly and the soundtrack is not allowed to distract the viewer from the content. There is an entirely different tone here than the others. It is in no way a "hand-held" documentary. The subjects of the documentaries are a bit off-putting, but all in all I thoroughly enjoyed it. It is much more subtle than the others. The more I think about it, the more I love it.

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Nathan S.

A film that wants to be the definitive portrait of Israel's cultural revolution of the late '70s and early '80s. Also a fascinating look at a large-scale effort to organize the Israeli film industry. The filmmakers spent years gathering footage and discussing their ideas with a number of leaders in the Israeli film industry, from filmmakers to producers. From these discussions, the documentary is presented in a coherent, chronological and individualized fashion. The film also features interviews with people in the film industry, including producers, directors, actors and directors of photography. The emphasis of the documentary is on the individual, rather than the institutional and political aspects of the film industry, which is what this film is primarily about. The film also covers some interesting subjects such as the Israeli public debate about the so-called "three-child policy," which led to a sharp decline in birth rates. Other interesting topics include how the Israel Film Authority (IFA) became a forum for bringing together actors from all walks of life and how the Israeli film industry has become a fast-growing industry for many years to come. The film also covers some other significant subjects such as the Palestinian problem in Israel, the Arab-Israeli conflict and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The documentary is a valuable insight into a country that has transformed itself into a film industry, and is making significant changes in its society and society in general. Overall, the film is a must-see, particularly for people who have not previously seen a film about the Israel Film Industry. This is the film that shows how an important, challenging, and entertaining film could be made and produced. Highly recommended. 9/10

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Russell Reid

Even if you aren't a fan of Woody Allen, this film will have you hooked. The subjects of the documentary are very compelling. The history of many of the men involved in the making of this film is also very interesting. It is fascinating to see how Allen has continued to put out films almost twenty years after his greatest success. This documentary is worth seeing and keeps the viewer hooked. There is no doubt that this film is quite impressive.

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Terry Fox

The first time I saw this movie, I was about 13. It was released in 1982. My mom bought me the movie from the video store. I watched it on the video and didn't know what to think. I was fascinated and it changed my life forever. It started the whole idea of film and animation. I thought about films forever and the animation was amazing. It was the first and one of the best animation I have ever seen. It was a film I would watch over and over again. I watched it again last year and watched it again the same day. I thought about the film for days and hours and still have a smile on my face. There is no words to describe this movie. It is that good. This movie should be included in every film class in school. I recommend this movie to everyone. I hope you will watch this film, and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

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In this excellent documentary, we follow the lives of three brothers, ages 8 to 13, and the work that they do to help others. We meet one of the brothers, Dylan, who is more interested in cars than his brothers, but has a great passion for his work. We meet Tommy, who has a heart of gold. He has a remarkable ability to create a dream for others, and to make it come true. We also meet the parents of the brothers, who have a clear vision for their children, and a strong desire to see them succeed. This is a great film that will not only entertain, but will also educate. It is a documentary that you will want to watch.

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Sandra Welch

I have been following this film for years and now that I've had time to reflect I am even more satisfied with my conclusion that this was a unique and thought provoking documentary. It was also completely entertaining. I was inspired and genuinely interested in the lives of the four subjects and their life experiences, which were not always documented in the documentary. I am not a fan of documentaries but I am a fan of the way people are presented in documentaries, particularly the documentary format. The documentary style worked well and added a lot of depth to the lives of the people in the film, not just the documentary format, but also the subject matter. I will be looking for more documentaries that follow the same style of a documentary as this one, such as David Lynch's Blue Velvet or the 2008 documentary "Only Lovers Left Alive". The key themes of this documentary are freedom, faith, and spirituality. It's a shame that these themes are often ignored in today's documentary culture. However, the film does a great job in presenting the positive effects of religion on each of the subjects. One of the subjects was a Jehovah's Witness, who became a Christian after attending a seminar at the New York City branch of Jehovah's Witnesses. She became more comfortable in her faith and felt much more involved in the process of her faith. She was also inspired by her faith, which she realized was more than just a belief system. The subjects of this documentary also discussed the negative effects of religion on their lives, such as going to church every day, their upbringing in a Christian household, and their marriage to a Christian husband. Although some of the subjects did not discuss religion in their interviews, the subjects did discuss some aspects of religion. For example, one subject stated that her husband would not be able to help her because he was still a Jehovah's Witness and she could not attend meetings, despite the fact that they were making great progress in their marriage. Another subject said that their children's parents were uninterested in their children's Christian faith. While I understand the religious perspective of this subject, I feel that the documentary would have been a better representation of their lives if they discussed the negative effects of religion on their lives, and not just on their lives. Finally, there are several themes that are touched on in the film that are applicable to the subject matter of this documentary. The main theme was freedom, which was discussed in the interviews with the subjects. Another theme was the impact of religion on people's lives, and how religion is used as a tool to control people and make them conform to societal norms. Finally, the subject of spirituality touched on the subject of religion in general and how religion is used to control people's lives. All of the subjects were positive and optimistic about the future of their lives. As I said before, this documentary was more than just an examination of the lives of the subjects, but also an examination of how religion affects people's lives, and how religion can control people's lives. I am not religious, and I am not religious of any particular religion. I simply am a person who appreciates documentaries and the idea of telling stories. This film gave me the opportunity to learn more about religion and the positive effects that religion can have on people's lives, and I will be looking forward to more documentaries that follow the same style.

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Thomas Grant

Wes Craven's debut film, "The Lords of Salem" was a huge success upon its release in the summer of 1981. There were no bigger movies of the summer then "The Lords of Salem." "The Lords of Salem" was a comedy and horror comedy-horror comedy-horror horror comedy-horror comedy-horror comedy-horror comedy-horror horror comedy-horror horror-horror horror comedy. It was very successful at the box office and had a powerful impact on moviegoers. People actually liked Wes Craven's new movie! I have seen this film a few times now and am always looking for new things to say about this film. The performances in the film are all top notch, with Craven's performance in the lead role being the best. Dennis Quaid gives a strong performance as the son of Salem. Melinda Dillon is the creepy but loving wife of Salem. I have seen a lot of Melinda Dillon in "The Big Chill," but I do not know if this role is the same as "The Big Chill," but Dillon gives a strong performance as the female lead in the film. I am impressed with the number of actors in the film and look forward to seeing what they do next! I hope that Wes Craven is going to do a lot more films with different actors, but I think he will continue to do this kind of film. The production design and cinematography of the film are well done and I have to say that the sound is amazing. I have seen some movies that were sound done and not sound done, but this is a good sound done! This film was released in theaters and I recommend it to any one who wants to be entertained.

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Jacob S.

It was the same story in this documentary, only a different cast of characters. This time the director and writer of the film are the two guys who were the subject of this documentary. They are friends and are living in the same house, as well as the other guy. So it's really a great family documentary, but if you have to go in the middle of a storm to see the same story, then it's not that great. The story that they were sharing was about a man who had been out of prison for almost a year, but had been out on parole for years. His story is pretty sad and real, but it's really hard to tell in the middle of a storm, as it would have been. The film does not really have a focus, or a narrative, so it's just one long conversation between the two friends, mostly about the food that they had eaten, and their plans for the future. They have a lot of interesting stories to tell about their own lives, and the stories they tell are good and interesting. It's not a documentary about a person who has been in prison for a long time, but about a guy who has been out for a long time, and his story is a good one. Overall, the film is worth watching, but it's not a great documentary.

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James Hoffman

I just saw this movie at the Imax in Santa Monica and I can't recommend it enough. Steve Jablonsky (a.k.a. Steve Jablonsky), his wife Barbara (a.k.a. Barbara Walters) and his son Jason Jablonsky (a.k.a. Jason Hauer) all worked together to bring this incredibly insightful documentary to the world. The four people I saw it with were all in tears and I didn't realize how real it was until the end of the movie. Steve Jablonsky and Jason Hauer had a wonderful conversation after the screening and I can't imagine how it made anyone think or feel. Steve Jablonsky told me that this is "the most important film he's ever made". And that's great!

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I've been told that a lot of people don't like this documentary because it was so cold. But I think it was cold in the sense that they didn't do any shots of the rest of the town or the people who were in it. The people in the community made it clear that they were very much involved in their community. If you want to see a "white people's" documentary, see the 2004 film "Gangs of New York."

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Yes, I read the reviews and not surprisingly, I was disappointed. But, this film is not as bad as some reviews would have you believe. One thing I did really enjoy is the interviews with the subjects of the films. Although some of the interviews could have been better, they still give us a bit of insight into the world of Filmwalkers. I really liked the way the film brought together the different stories. I also really liked how the film also brought attention to the negative aspects of the Filmwalkers. I think that the one thing that disappointed me was that the filmmakers didn't make any effort to point out the positive aspects of Filmwalkers and how Filmwalkers helped save lives. I think that if they had done that, the film would have been much better. Overall, it was a great documentary on Filmwalkers. I'm glad that people are watching this film and I think that if more people get interested in Filmwalkers, Filmwalkers will be a better film.

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What I really love about this movie is that it reminds me of the sense of isolation that I experienced during my time in the camp. I can recall moments of being surrounded by a sea of people trying to escape the constant fear that they would be discovered and killed. It was only the memories of the characters that kept me sane. As a film, it was superb. The casting was very good, but the only thing I didn't like about the movie was the fact that the performances were done by actors from the camp itself. It seemed that the actors were trying to be "real" and "authentic" when in reality they weren't. The film itself was also really good, although it could have been better. In the end, I recommend this movie to anyone who is into WWII history or anything related to it. It is an excellent film that I will definitely be buying when it comes out on DVD.

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I thought this movie was about a lot more than just movies. This film had a lot of real life experience about the people, the issues, the problems, and the struggles. This film also shows the many things that are wrong with the current movie industry. The main problem I had with this film was the underlining fact that this is a movie. It isn't a documentary. This is a film. It doesn't need to be tied in with reality. The film is for the entertainment of those who have no knowledge of the real problems and issues facing the movie industry today. The problem was that this was only a movie. If it had been based in reality, it would have been a great movie. For those of you who like to watch a movie, do yourself a favor and watch this film. You will be very satisfied with the information and you will leave the theater with a better understanding of the current problems and issues facing the movie industry. Thank you for your time and consideration. ~Vivian~

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Julie Lynch

As a producer of films myself, I would have to say that the documentary on Robert De Niro was a bit more than an eye-opener. I remember watching him in my college English class about three years ago and I asked my teacher if he would like to see what he had done in his spare time. My teacher and his friends then informed me that they were going to present me a film of the film he had been working on. What I took from it was that Robert De Niro was getting better at making films, and he wasn't going to get better just by doing it. That is why I have been so impressed with Robert De Niro as a person and as a producer. It is a great documentary about a man who made some films that he was not making, and he was not getting any better. I have seen a lot of documentaries on Robert De Niro and this documentary is one of the best of them. I don't want to say that Robert De Niro is a genius or anything, but I feel that he is a very good producer. I think that he could have made some films in his spare time if he wanted to, but he decided that he wanted to do a lot of films and I think that he is doing that. This documentary is a really good insight to what Robert De Niro is doing in his spare time. It is also a great insight to how he is able to do what he does. The documentary is very informative, very interesting, and very entertaining. I have been wanting to see this documentary for a long time. I was not expecting it to be that good. It is an excellent documentary that really makes you think about what you are watching and how you should be going about your life. I would recommend this documentary to anyone that wants to know more about what Robert De Niro is doing in his spare time. This is a must-see documentary.

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Christian Stevens

I had heard about this film for a while, but never really looked into it, but recently I saw the film on DVD and I was so amazed that I decided to watch it. I think that the film is incredibly powerful and informative, and I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about the drug industry. It is not about the drug companies and their business practices, but it is about the human rights abuses and how they are used to make money. It's a very powerful film and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about the drug industry.

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Thomas P.

I had a hard time believing that this was a documentary. I thought it would be a mixture of interviews and songs. But I was wrong. This was not a documentary, it was a short documentary. It was a little bit boring, but it was fascinating and it made me feel more about the issues that I had been looking into. It was also very informative and very honest. I hope this is the start of a series that shows the life of a real musician, but don't expect to hear any songs from him. I can't believe that this documentary was nominated for an Oscar. I was so shocked, that I just want to tell everyone that this documentary is a great one and a very good one. This was not a documentary, but a documentary about an artist, it is about him and it is a documentary about his life. It is about his music, about his family, about his relationships. It is a great documentary, and a great one. So if you want to know what it is like to be a musician, and how it feels to be a musician, then you should definitely watch this documentary. I gave it 8/10. It is a great documentary, it is a very good documentary, and it is a great one.

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Laws were changed, eventually all the sports we grew up with were outlawed, and we all lost the faith that all it takes is a touch and a touch of an attitude to get the desired result. Soon after this show was released I was at a football game in my college town, and when the referee told the officials to stand down during the play that looked like a ball with a couple of feet of ground left I lost my mind. From then on I was never, and still am not, able to trust sports referee's. The TV show I saw, THE LAW WITHIN, covered the history of sports laws for the American public and how the laws were slowly being changed in the late 1960s, and today sports can cause real and significant problems in our society. The TV show, by Kevin Mallory, covered more than half of the history of sports law in the USA. I hope this is enough to put you into a good mood for the movie!

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Roger Jenkins

It's always a good thing to watch a documentary that isn't strictly commercial or a documentary that isn't just too documentary. I was reading the comments for this documentary and then I was watching it. There was this comment about what the director/writer did to prepare his movie. It was more of a presentation than anything else. I actually liked the documentary more than the movie itself. The documentary kept me interested the whole time and it wasn't a waste of time. If you like to see documentary and you like to see a documentary with a story and it doesn't seem like a movie. This is the movie for you. It doesn't seem like a movie, but it's not a movie either. It's a documentary.

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Tammy G.

This documentary covers a range of subjects including controversial subjects like the climate change debate, the so called Nazi abuse of women, abortion, the issue of consent, the past and present relationships between the gay and lesbian community, the black and white issue, the issue of sexual violence, violence against the disabled, and the issue of what constitutes a valid marriage. The director has done a remarkable job in getting the message across clearly and without the need for lengthy monologues. The interviewees are not just people to be interviewed, they are people to be taken into consideration. Their lives are a part of this discussion and it is an amazing journey to hear their thoughts on this topic. The documentary is also a testimony of the film making process. All the interviews are in a hand-held style and it is a difficult task to get the best out of such a material. It is an important film and it will be a lot of fun to see people talk about their experiences.

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I had no idea this film existed, but I was pleasantly surprised. I was only expecting to be bored and confused. The film is a short documentary on the life of Hans-Ulrich Kretschmer, a German man who experimented with LSD and experimented with performing surgery on animals. He was sentenced to death in 1985 after the trial was discontinued due to lack of evidence, but he was pardoned a few years later. His friends and family give their opinions on the subject matter. Hans-Ulrich was a poet and musician, but his life was spent in a little town in Austria. It is a beautiful place, and there are a lot of beautiful things to see. Hans-Ulrich's family has an interesting life, and a lot of the film focuses on the music of the family. The film is interesting in that it is not a documentary on Hans-Ulrich, but rather on the subject of LSD and cancer. The doc is very interesting, but I was expecting something else. The film does not touch on any of the things that Hans-Ulrich did, and it also has very little information on the Nazis. I am not sure what I was expecting from the film, but I think I got something. I think this film will be appreciated by people who like documentaries on cancer. The film is a short documentary that is a bit boring. It is definitely worth watching, but it is not really a documentary. I would say it is worth watching on Netflix or something like that.

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Olivia Garcia

Cronenberg has directed a number of extremely long films that have spanned decades. The method in which he has combined the disparate elements into a coherent whole is pretty ingenious, and the resulting effect is extremely powerful. Cronenberg also knows how to put together music and dance sequences into a coherent whole, making his films a visual feast for the eyes and ears. The set design and cinematography are the same, and Cronenberg is able to create an atmosphere that is unnervingly real. However, the film is not without its flaws. The documentary material is often misleading and does not fully capture the full range of the director's artistry. One would think that Cronenberg would be able to produce a film that is a masterpiece of the kind that he made, but in some ways, this film is not the masterpiece that his films are meant to be. Still, the main reason to see this film is that Cronenberg is a truly great director. In the end, Cronenberg is a director whose works are very difficult to describe, and it is in his films that we can see the ultimate art in the world of cinema.

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Terry Evans

I really enjoyed the documentary "The Long Arm of God". I have read the book and liked it very much. I am looking forward to the film. The documentary is an excellent example of what a documentary should be. It is very well edited and the subjects are well selected. The documentaries topics and questions are not weak but they are not all answered in one time. I especially liked the section about the suffering of the slave women. This was a very sensitive subject. I am also glad to know that some of the slavery documentaries have been made recently. The Holocaust has been a subject of the documentary but I don't think it is covered in detail. I would like to see the same thing done about the 20th century history of the Spanish Inquisition. There are many other topics that I want to see explored in the documentaries. I think the directors have an important role in making them. This is the first documentary I have seen which includes a discussion between all the participants. I am looking forward to the next documentary. The subject of slavery is very sensitive. I think we should be educated about it and not just about the subject of slavery. I would like to see the documentary about how the slaves were treated.

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Linda McDonald

This movie made me laugh and cry.I never liked this movie but I have to say that it is really good. I love this movie for being really real.I am really impressed that this is actually true and it is really happening in real life. The best part about this movie is that it is really funny because it is just made up, but it is real. It is really good that this is real life and it is happening in real life. I think it is really important to show it and let people know what is going on in our world and it is not good.

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Samuel B.

Well, I think this is a pretty good documentary on the "Green" revolution in South Africa. Not as good as a documentary about the CIA, but it is still worth a look.

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Director Oliver Stone takes us through the career of rock and roll star Robert Johnson, a singer and songwriter who became a major success after his first record "Rolling in the Deep" was released in 1968. Johnson's work and life were intertwined, especially after he suffered a severe car crash. Stone did a terrific job with this documentary, presenting Johnson's life as a musician, his time in prison, his descent into alcoholism, and his eventual death. The film, which is longer than it is too long, also gives us plenty of behind-the-scenes material on Johnson's music, his personal life, and his love life. Stone never pours on the details, but he does spend time getting to know Johnson's family and friends, which is great to see. I think it's hard to tell whether the film is about Johnson or his music, but I definitely think Stone did a fantastic job at both. I especially liked the fact that Stone included interviews with the people who worked with Johnson on his records, especially Roger Daltrey, and the other people who were in the band that he helped to start. The film is very well done, and it has some great interviews. I think it's really a great film to see for any rock fan.

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Christine M.

Brett Gelman is a film maker who is well versed in his subject matter. I had never heard of him, until this film appeared on HBO. He is a producer and co-writer for a series of documentaries that he works on. He was once a big film buff and he now writes and directs. This film is about an artist, Pino Palladino, who has been a professional jazz guitarist for twenty-five years. He is a fascinating character and the film is very well done. The film does a great job at drawing his complicated personality. This guy is a real artist. He has a very interesting life and I hope to see him again in the near future. I highly recommend this film to anyone who is interested in film making and especially jazz music.

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Janice Wheeler

A terrific film that I would recommend to everyone. I can't think of anything bad that I can say about it. I think it is a great documentary, but more than that it is a great story. I would recommend this film to anyone who is looking to learn more about the history of the film industry and how it is made. I think the film has a good amount of emotion and it portrays the people who make the movies very well. I think this film would be a great film for anyone who is interested in movies and wants to learn more about the history of the industry. It is a great film to watch over and over again, and it will always be one of my all time favorites.

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Jacqueline M.

This documentary was a very good presentation about the life of an author. Although it was not a documentary about her life it was a good introduction to her work. It was also very well done in keeping with the style of the book. The stories told about her life were also very interesting. Some of the stories about the work of the book were very interesting. However, the majority of the stories were not very interesting. They seemed to be a little rushed. Overall, the documentary was well done and it was good for people who want to know more about the life of a great author.

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Roy Jones

I don't think the film itself is that important, I think it's more of a look into the punk rock scene in New York in the early 70s. That's what this movie is about. It's a look at some of the scenes that made this scene famous, and in doing that it sort of follows the punk rock scene through time. A lot of people forget this era, it was in the 70s and in the 80s, and the people who did all the music that is now known as punk rock. Some of the songs that were popular then were later popular in the 80s. This film is not only looking at the punk rock scene, but it is also showing a lot of the things that we see in the streets of New York in those days. This film is a look at what the city was like in those days, and what the people in that scene were all about. So even though this film isn't a very deep look at the history of punk rock, I think it is interesting because it does show the life in the streets of New York City during that time, and how it was in some ways a very interesting place. I think that the thing that makes the film more interesting is that it focuses on the music, which I think is important, because even though this film is looking at punk rock in New York City, it really is looking at the culture as well. I think that it is very important to look at the culture and how it became famous, and how it was popular. I also think that it's important to look at what kind of music this film is about, because in looking at punk rock there are certain songs that were popular during this time period that are now considered to be pop songs. But there are also songs that were popular in the 70s that are now considered to be rock songs. So I think that it is important to look at the different music that was popular in New York during this time period, because it helps us to look at what was popular during this period and what people thought was popular in the 70s. The one thing that I didn't like about the film was the music in it. It is basically all punk rock songs, and if you are a fan of punk rock, that's what you should be expecting. It's not a really interesting look into punk rock, it's not a really interesting look into the music. I also think that it's a bit confusing to get to the point of the film because you don't really know what the point of the film is. I think that it was a good film, but I think that it could have been better, because I think it could have been a bit better looking at the punk rock scene in New York, and at the music in it.

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Sara P.

This documentary is about a group of friends who, like many of us, have had a tough life. They are also deeply religious, and for them it is a matter of faith. They are both successful, and they have the same motto. "The best way to make a difference is to be there." I am not religious, but I have met many who are. I have met a few of them in my life. They are often poor, and often abused by their families. They are often children of alcoholics, and they are often in the same family. These are the people that this documentary is about. The film is very honest. The camera focuses on them, their families, and their friends. The whole group is very funny and I have seen a lot of them. The whole thing is very touching, and I was surprised at how much I enjoyed it. It was very moving and I would recommend it to anyone.

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Madison W.

The documentary follows the work of a former National Geographic cameraman who is now a full-time photographer and filmmaker in the Philippines. The documentary gives a good overview of the work of the man who was the first to document the rise of the Philippines, his journey from a fatherless orphan to the man who brought it all to the forefront. The documentary also gives some insight into the people in the country and the way they see their world. One of the highlights of the documentary is the tour of the Philippines where the cameraman visits every town and every village in the country. He speaks to local people about their lives and their hopes for the future. I really enjoyed the documentary and I would recommend it to anyone interested in Philippine history, tourism, and the development of the country.

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Mark Meyer

Praise the makers of this excellent documentary, which documents the fascinating life of Ernesto "Che" Guevara. A Cuban revolutionary who traveled throughout Latin America, Guevara (played with ease by the talented James Mangold) changed the face of the Third World through his revolutionary ideas and vision. In this interview, he discusses his journey to Havana, his life in exile, and his impact on the world. This film is a must see for anyone interested in the life of a revolutionary. It is also very informative and intriguing, and it is well worth your time. I highly recommend it.

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For most of the 90s, i thought the movies were great, i loved shawshank redemption, watchmen, green lantern, battle between the sexes, seen and the great escape, and that's just a handful of movies. However, i've watched a lot of movies lately and i've realised a few movies have pretty much ruined my good impression of the genre. film student was by far the worst movie i've ever seen. it has absolutely no redeeming qualities whatsoever, it was just horrible. It's a boring film, i don't really know what to say about it, it felt like a boring documentary. i can't believe this is rated at all. i'm currently watching it, and i'm currently disappointed. film student was so boring, and i actually almost turned it off, i could actually see how awful it was, it wasn't any good at all. I couldn't be bothered to finish the movie. It was terrible, and i've never seen a movie that's so bad. it was terrible, and i just really wanted to watch the beginning, but i just couldn't, i was so bored of the movie, and it wasn't any good at all, i wanted to leave the theatre. film student was just a boring documentary, and i hate documentaries. film student is not really a documentary, it's not like i'm going to sit through a documentary and talk about the filming, but it was like a boring documentary that didn't even have a decent story. I wouldn't recommend it at all, film student is one of the worst movies i've ever seen, and it was the worst movie i've ever watched, i can't believe it was rated so high, it was just awful.

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The story of the most powerful man in the world is fascinating. For the most part, he has escaped to the privacy of his mansion in the mountains. He also has been secretive about the years he spent in jail. The most disturbing thing about his career is that he has created a reputation that is so opaque that he has never been able to determine who his enemies are. With the exception of a few people, he has never been able to identify himself. It is clear that he does not want to reveal anything about his background, but the ability to destroy people's lives and cause irreparable harm is too great to be contained. The greatest tragedy of his life was not that he lost his freedom, but that he had not been able to protect his secrets. This film is not meant to answer the questions it poses, but to show how a man who has been able to manipulate the system and destroy the lives of people for years can be questioned by the people who knew him best. For most of the people interviewed in this film, the questions they were asked were not very intelligent or interesting, but the people who were interviewed gave them fascinating answers. The film has a unique look at a man who has been able to control the system, but never once was the system able to resist his manipulation. One of the most fascinating questions in this film is whether Mr. X can be stopped. The answer is not as simple as the movie suggests, and the answer is not meant to be a simple one. The film raises the question of how much power does a person have when he is able to control the entire system. It raises the question of whether power is the answer. For me, the answer was clear. Power is not the answer, but it is certainly the place where the answer lies.

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Doris H.

I don't think I have ever had the experience of seeing a film at the cinema so intimately as I have with "Wild Heart". The great thing about the cinema as a medium is that it allows you to immerse yourself in a scene so completely and wholly, but at the same time it allows the viewer to suspend reality for a little while. If you are really interested in a film, you are often able to see the film from multiple perspectives: a cinema poster, a magazine, a postcard, a small box, a doll, a book, etc. The film comes across as a video that has been cut out into a picture, the sound as a cassette tape. The film is one of the best I have ever seen and it is great to have it on DVD. The acting is excellent and all the performances are so strong. The dialogue is often very funny, the colour and texture of the images are incredible, and the naturalism of the photography is fantastic. If you are able to suspend reality for a little while and suspend yourself in a cinema you will be able to see the film at the same time as you watch it. I am not normally one to write reviews but I feel it is my duty to voice my opinion on the merits of this film. I have seen this film over a thousand times and I still enjoy the film every time I watch it. I don't find myself looking at the screen to see what is going on and I don't get the huge sense of dread that I sometimes get from watching movies like "Black Rain" or "Halloween". I believe that when I watch "Wild Heart" I am watching a film that is great because it is great. There is nothing like watching a great movie and I am forever grateful for that.

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Terry Carlson

This documentary is very well made and does a great job of documenting a very interesting and unique situation, which is the way the family of the deceased man and his wife both came to terms with the fact that they had no idea of the man's history and that they had not even known the man was a legendary wrestler. I thought it was very informative and touching. One of the best documentaries I've seen this year.

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Alan Fox

The best thing about this documentary is that it captures the back-story of the acts, which is pretty interesting. The best part is that the interviews with the real families of the victims of these acts are very compelling, and not always positive. A few have said that their father is a crazed killer, while others have said that they were traumatized by his actions. That's really a valid point. It's also interesting to hear about the real motivations of the murderers. In some cases, they've said that they just wanted to be heroes, or they just wanted to blow their ex-girlfriend's head off. This was a pretty common argument to hear from the killers, and it's interesting to hear the logic behind it. Overall, this documentary is definitely worth your time.

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Arthur Mason

Director Peter Benchley has a thing about documentaries about his films, including this one. He brings together a group of film buffs and former employees, most of whom are known in their respective fields, and attempts to explore the films' production, finances, and impact on their lives. We see the struggles, the triumphs, and the triumphs of a bunch of filmmakers, some of whom are trying to salvage their careers while others are looking to get their careers back on track. I like this film, but as the tag line says, "There's no real magic here". Maybe it's because I have some friends involved in filmmaking and know some of them well, but they do not come off well. The filmmakers aren't very likable, and the people who work for them aren't very nice either. The doc shows us how they got their start, how they went from novice to established filmmakers, and how they try to make it through their own personal struggles. There are some gems here, but overall the doc is not very interesting. I do like how they show the misadventures of the first film crews. Most of the people interviewed in the doc are not well-known filmmakers. Some of the most famous are Hollywood royalty, such as "Billy Wilder", but the most famous is the late Michael Moore, who they show as a self-aggrandizing man-child. Even when they bring the films themselves, which is nice, it's mostly when someone doesn't like the film. When they interview their film critics, most of them hate the films. There are also several comments that don't make a lot of sense, like "Flawless," when in fact the movie is great. The only really good thing about this doc is that the film is almost all interview footage. There are no interviews of the filmmakers themselves, so it's interesting to see how they handle the interviews. It's a little hard to follow because they don't say much about their personal life, but that's kind of what makes the film interesting. I think the documentary would have been better if they would have interviewed some of the directors, such as "Stanley Kubrick." They would have shown us how their style changed over time, how they became famous and how their films came to be. Instead we get a bunch of people who don't like the film, and that kind of makes the film seem a bit biased. I think the film is still worthwhile, but not as much as it used to be. This is the kind of documentary that is fun to watch and makes you think, but not as much as it used to be. It's not really an interesting documentary, but it's still a good documentary.

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Shirley Soto

This documentary is about an iconic figure in the punk rock movement who, despite being in a band, still has the moral and intellectual balance of a traditional musician. For the most part, the film focuses on the artist, Dave Grohl, and his band, Foo Fighters. However, we also get interviews with bands that he has toured with and worked with and are familiar with. With all this information in one place, it's easy to see why his band is now one of the biggest bands on the planet. It's also easy to see why he has been in the headlines, especially as a result of this documentary. With everything out there, there is still so much to know about the guy. For example, I think the story he tells in this documentary is very unique. There is not a lot of music to go off of here, and most of what he says is about his background in music. There is also some interesting things about his personal life, but I don't want to go into it. The music he listens to is the only thing that is interesting to me. The way he talks about it is different than most artists. In a way, it is hard to tell what his real music is, but I think he talks about what he likes, how he likes it and what it is he wants to say. The best part of the film is when we see the Foo Fighters play. They are a band that has been around for many years and they do a fantastic job at making an audience feel like they are there with them. I think this is a great way to go into the band. I do think the music he listens to is a little hard to get a grasp of, but he does a great job of telling it. He is a very personal story and he talks about his experiences in the band, but he also talks about his relationships with other people in the band and how he sees them. He talks about his struggles with his parents, his love for the band and his relationships with his family. As well, he talks about his relationship with his wife and how he sees his life. I think it's important to look at the film as a whole. It shows him, the band and his life from a very unique perspective and it is a very interesting story. It is a little hard to follow, but the interviews are well-done and you really get a feel for what he is going through and his thoughts. The only part I think could have been a little better would have been when we see him in the hospital and seeing the guy that he lost his father. The idea that this is the father he never had is really interesting. It is hard to take it all in, but the music is there to guide you through this experience. It is a great documentary that is well worth seeing.

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Kyle J.

There is a saying in the business that a good story never gets good reviews. That is probably true here. But don't mistake this film for the story. This is a deep and sometimes even painful look at a situation in which too many of us find ourselves. It is a deeply personal story that is about some very difficult people, people who don't want to be pigeonholed. But they are the only ones who can see things that others don't see. It is also a story about human decency and some of the social factors that are making it happen. I do have a problem with this film. I didn't like it for several reasons. First, I didn't find the performance of the main character, David, very convincing. The idea that a man is made by the economy and society to do the worst thing in order to live a comfortable life, is not something that is shown to us. That was never the case with us, and the film doesn't even try to get us to sympathize with David. He's the worst of us, he's a slave to the system and he's doing something he knows he should be ashamed of. As a result, the film drags on and on. The second problem I had with the film was the writing. I don't think I'm the only one who thinks this was a very amateurish script. That's not to say that the film was bad. It was done well, but it was not done well enough to be a good film. It was kind of sloppy in parts, and I think that's where the majority of the flaws lie. The film was too long, and it seemed like it was trying to make a point, but then it seemed to be doing something else, and it was getting lost in the haze of its own story. Also, the film just did not hold my interest enough. It was a tough film, but it wasn't compelling. I'd give it a 6 or 7, but I just don't think it was worth that much. I recommend this film, but I don't think it's a movie that should be watched by anyone, no matter how well you like or dislike the subject.

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Marilyn Edwards

This movie is not really about the causes of the AIDS crisis but more about the actual events. The entire story is told through the interviews of a group of journalists, all of whom worked for different outlets at different times. Each member of the group has a different perspective on the AIDS crisis and how it affected them personally. This was certainly a good movie, it was interesting, but not very comprehensive. It was too long and the pacing was off a bit, in some parts of the movie. I enjoyed the music used in the movie, it was beautiful. The movie is very well done and had me interested, but it is not an important documentary. There were some important messages and quotes in this movie that I definitely did not get from other movies. I think this is a movie worth seeing and I am glad that I did. It was great to see a documentary that doesn't focus on the people that caused the crisis, but more on the real people that were affected. I think it was a good movie, but definitely not one to watch if you want a complete story on the AIDS crisis. I think it is more about the actual events than the people that caused the crisis.

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This film chronicles the life and times of the legendary movie actor Gene Kelly, who has gone down in history as one of the greatest Hollywood actors of all time. It is a compelling account of the late 1960s, when Kelly became a major star in Hollywood and received the prestigious Oscar for Best Actor in the film "Spartacus". It shows how Kelly and his movies were greatly influenced by the greats of Hollywood such as "The Godfather", "Pulp Fiction", "The Shawshank Redemption", "The Godfather Part 2", "The Godfather Part 3", "The Godfather Part 4", "The Godfather Part 5", "The Godfather Part 6", "The Godfather Part 7", "The Godfather Part 8", and "The Godfather Part 9". It is a well told story of a great man and his complicated personal life. It also shows how a film star was born, but how he was never like other famous stars, his career, his personal life, or his movies. I don't know if he really made films like "The Godfather" or just like the movies he made, but I do know that he was a great actor and a great actor. This film is highly recommended.

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Gregory Rios

This is a documentary about the life and career of Hollywood great George Eastman, who was a star screenwriter and director, and worked with the likes of Burt Lancaster, Henry Fonda, Marilyn Monroe, and others. It's interesting to see how Eastman's career developed as he worked with his own movies and became a screenwriter. Eastman's story is well told, and he has a unique style, which I found interesting. Eastman, in my opinion, is a very talented screenwriter and director, and I think his work is underrated. I do not recommend this documentary for the faint-hearted.

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This is an excellent documentary film about an artist, who was in the forefront of a movement of protest, where he was trying to change the world. This film is a very thought provoking, that highlights the things that he was protesting about and about what was happening in the world at that time. The documentary was edited in a way that was very good, that made it easy to follow, and the film was a very interesting look into what was happening at that time. I think that a lot of people would benefit from watching this film, and the acting in it, was excellent. This is a great film, that I think you will enjoy.

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Larry Turner

What a wonderful documentary about life at the bottom of the food chain. Well-filmed and well-constructed. This is the kind of documentary I hope to see a lot more of.

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Jennifer F.

Kevin Costner doesn't just act, he literally acts! The documentary reveals the true life of the man who has put his life on the line for a better future for his family. What a tremendous show! He has the charisma to make this story the best ever. The documentary opens with the death of his wife, and proceeds to tell the life of this man who lives by his own set of rules. The power of his words is the most amazing thing about this documentary. Kevin Costner has an ability to make this story even more memorable than it already is. He also does an amazing job at making this documentary even more inspirational. I couldn't wait to see the interview with the real Kevin Costner. You won't be disappointed with this documentary. The best part about this documentary is the ability to get the inside story from Kevin Costner himself. This documentary is a must see for everyone. I highly recommend it. It's not only great for Kevin Costner fans.

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In the spring of 1988, film student Stephen Schwartzman (John Travolta) and his friend Dan (Joe Pantoliano) got stuck in the middle of an intense flood in New Orleans, and upon the survivors' desperate attempts to get to their boat and leave, they left behind everything they owned and died. However, a year later, Dan's friend and film student Jesse Clements (Travolta) was left to survive in a deserted building, and Dan is now left with his dead wife and son. Together with his girlfriend Vanessa (Kathleen Wilhoite), Dan reluctantly goes to find his friends. "The Green Mile" is a fascinating documentary that deals with the aftermath of the tragic event of Katrina, and the aftermath of those who survived. While I felt that Travolta's performance was much better in the 2004 film "Magnolia", it was still a fantastic performance and the film was well made. Although it did get a little slow at times, the film was fascinating, and the documentary was well done. It does show the aftermath of the disaster, but also the tragedies of the survivors. The documentary does not just focus on the survivors, but also on the firefighters and police officers who had to deal with the survivors' condition and get the survivors out of the city. The documentary was well made, and the film was very good, but I felt like the film could have been better. The film was an excellent documentary, but the documentary could have been better. I also felt like it was kind of slow, especially during the last act of the film. "The Green Mile" is a wonderful film that will make you think, and also bring tears to your eyes. It is a very good film, and I would recommend it to everyone.

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Juan Ramos

It is an interesting documentary about a very unusual subject. The movie explores the world of the homeless. It is a great way to experience the life of these people who live on the streets. The story of these people, their stories, and the people who help them, is fascinating. I had the pleasure of meeting some of these people and they all have a special quality. It is sad to see them deteriorate in this life of survival. I also learned a lot about the history of the homeless, and the various factors that affect their life. It is interesting to see the homeless as they are portrayed in the film. I highly recommend this film for everyone who loves to learn more about the homeless.

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Mark R.

The first half of this movie was incredibly slow and dull, but the second half was so intense that it really turned me into a believer. The story is an interesting one, and the acting was superb. If you are a fan of documentaries, you should definitely watch this.

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Sharon Edwards

I'm glad to see a documentary about the recent changes in mental health in the UK and how that has affected the mental health of many individuals. It's a must see for anyone wanting to understand the mental health of individuals or the emotional distress caused by them. There were some amazing insights and information to be had here and I would have been satisfied with some more discussion of the recent changes in mental health but overall the information was excellent. I was impressed with the lack of focus on a few issues like the character and personal health of the person being interviewed and what she did when she was not talking to people. But other than that the film was a great view into the health of individuals with mental illness and how they can get better when they are healthy.

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The "Disaster Film" (or "Disaster Film" for the other side of the pond) is a documentary film about the life and work of a special effects director, Charlie Kauffman. I watched this film last year and I thought it was a wonderful film about the effect that a disaster movie can have on the people involved in its making. The film covers the history of the disaster film and the effects it had on the various movie-going public and their families. The film is quite interesting, entertaining and informative. The photography is beautiful. This is a film that is for anyone who has ever been in a disaster movie or knows someone who has. There is an ending that I didn't particularly enjoy but overall it was a very interesting film.

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Scott Patterson

I am still learning that films have two parts: the story and the performance. In this documentary, New Zealand filmmaker Karel Reisz gives a glimpse into the making of an indie film titled "Everest". As the director and producer, I found it to be an interesting, albeit quirky, journey through the process of film making. The story follows a crew of 10 people, and includes interview with actors, cinematographer, editor, composer and the crew of the film. The dialogue is humorous, poignant, and almost always insightful. The film is described as a documentary, but there are many interesting points made about how a film can change people. The film is very well made, and I highly recommend it. However, if you are new to films, the story might not be the best fit for you.

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This documentary is a fascinating look at the world of the alternative music world. It's about as long as a piece of pop music, but it's way more detailed than that, with interviews with the people involved and also with other fans, record labels and music creators. It's not very human, it's about as boring as watching a video of drag queens doing the one and only thing they are good at. However, it's the way it's filmed that's brilliant. For the first time in a documentary I've ever seen, the cameras aren't there to make a documentary, but to capture a moment of great emotional impact. The music is important, and it is in the interviews that the art is best showcased. The film is not particularly concerned with selling tickets, but rather the effect it has on people. I really liked the idea that the films were made by people who had no money, so they weren't worrying about a documentary, but simply about making a film that has an impact. I also liked the fact that the interviews were from a variety of places, not just music producers, because this way you get to understand what it was like to be in this world. It's great to see that this art isn't just confined to a few isolated people, but that there is a wider world out there. A lot of people in the film are musicians, producers, record labels, singers, dancers and basically anyone involved in the music industry. I really liked the idea that this documentary was made in Australia, because it really showed that alternative music is not just a band of the hardcore punk crowd, it's much more diverse and we've got people from all walks of life in here, all the way from the London student who has an obsession with The Doors to a couple of hip hop heads in the US. I would recommend it to anyone who likes music and wants to know more about it. It's not as polished as a documentary, but the way it's shot is amazing. If you have time and a good set of eyes, this is a good film.

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Jeremy C.

There are only two movies I have seen in my life that I am proud to say I have been a part of. One of them is Pulp Fiction, and the other is A Fistful of Dollars. I think this is one of the reasons why I love the acting and directing in these movies so much. When you watch a movie, you expect a great story, great acting, and great editing. Pulp Fiction is a great movie, but I think its just not as good as A Fistful of Dollars. I think Pulp Fiction was a great movie, but I think A Fistful of Dollars is more of a masterpiece. It is a true film, which will not get you to see the same movie again, and it will leave you wanting to see more.

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Kyle F.

In this extraordinary documentary, historian and filmmaker Eli Clifton presents a tour de force of the life of the great British folk hero of the 20th century, The Rolling Stones. He talks with several members of the band, from their early days to their present day - including David Bowie, Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood, and Mick Jones, among others. And he interviews some of the people who inspired the band, including Bono, Keith Richards, Keith Moon, and Malcolm McLaren. There is a strong sense of camaraderie among these people. And Clifton, who was with the Stones for nearly all of their existence, presents some compelling images of the band performing at London's Hyde Park in the mid-1970s. And he does this while also looking at the history of the band and the history of rock and roll itself. He interviews the band members as well as a few of the critics who were critical of the band and its direction. He also interviews some of the musicians who were actually with the band at the time and who played in some of its early and more notorious albums. He also shows footage of the band performing live on the radio in the days leading up to the start of its "Triple Sixties" era, including footage of the band's "Satisfaction" and "Live Aid" concerts, which many people saw as an unqualified success. Clifton also interviews some of the Stones' other band members, including Keith Richards, and the band's former manager, Albert Gross. And he interviews some of the bands that were influenced by the Stones' music, including the Rolling Stones' other bands, including the Black Crowes, and, yes, the Rolling Stones themselves. He even interviews the band's manager, Malcolm McLaren, who is interviewed extensively. But the most interesting aspect of this documentary is the sense of camaraderie that these musicians seem to have in the face of the critics. It is as if they have created a kind of subculture of sorts - which they all seem to have been a part of - where they can share information and exchange ideas and opinions with each other. But also there is a sense of camaraderie between the band members, and a kind of camaraderie within the band itself. And there is a kind of camaraderie between the critics and the band. But it is also clear that the critics were trying to keep the band apart, and they wanted to see the Stones

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I was initially excited when I heard about this film. I've always been a fan of documentary style films, and this movie was another one that I would enjoy. I will admit that I thought the film was a bit confusing at times. Some of the comments from the people interviewed didn't really make sense, and in some cases the movie seemed to be too slow. I didn't understand a lot of what was said, and there were a few times where I just couldn't understand what they were saying. However, the overall style of the film was very interesting. The interviews were very interesting and the film flowed very well. The first hour of the film was very interesting. I found the interviews to be very interesting, and I would recommend this film to anyone interested in the subject.

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Sandra Rogers

A documentary about the life of the director of two independent films, "The Alamo" and "The Last Picture Show", John Alonzo, and his background in filmmaking. The documentary contains interviews with Alonzo, many of his film crew and friends, and many film critics and film festival directors who were interviewed. It's an interesting documentary and I found it quite interesting and entertaining.

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Jeffrey F.

I have been following David Fincher's career since the mid-nineties when I saw his work on Fight Club. And now I have seen his work on this film. The films "Se7en" and "Signs" have been among his best films. So I was expecting this film to be better than any of his previous works. And I am very glad that I saw it. It was better than I thought it would be. The film takes place in a small town in Louisiana. Fincher's previous film "The Game" was filmed in a small town in Kentucky. The reason I say this is because "The Game" was shot in a small town and that is what makes it a good film. The film begins with a gang of people getting together to rob a gas station. The only thing that prevents them from doing this is the fact that one of the gang members, Phillip (Keanu Reeves) is missing. They end up getting away with the money, but it is stolen by a stranger, Frank (played by Johnny Depp). Frank is a beautiful womanizer, and after he gets the money, he starts to commit his crimes in this small town. The film is about his crimes, and what happens after they are caught. Overall the film is very good. I recommend this film to anyone who likes Fincher's work. It is well worth the watch.

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I have been a fan of the Eels since the 1980's. They are a great group of musicians. I have seen the Eels perform several times and I love them. They have the ability to make people feel they are part of their band. I would recommend this movie to anyone. I think that it is a great movie and it is not about the music, it is about the music. The movie is very entertaining. I have watched it many times and it is still enjoyable. I would say that it is a must see. The music is great, the acting is great, the story is great. I would give it a 10/10.

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Scott H.

Filmmaker/filmmaker Andrew McNally has a great ability to put people in the places of great pain and to show the history behind them. His most recent project, "The Other Side of Hope and Fear", is the most comprehensive portrait of a man who is supposed to be a hero in a Christian context but whose work has exposed the torture of thousands of political prisoners in China. His first film was a cinematic exploration of the Holocaust in Argentina. He is the current director of a documentary film on a particularly awful regime in Cuba. The film shows a country that has almost completely disappeared its middle class, but also the brutal practice of torture in a prison regime that had no other choice but to be closed down. The film is about the terrible love affair between a wife and a husband, who love each other with an obsession that could not be expressed in words, but a desire that is as strong as their hunger for power. The film takes its time to tell the story. McNally chooses to do this by showing the abuses, and the consequences that have been created in order to punish the victims. I was stunned by how quickly the story unfolded, and the way the torture was presented in a way that did not give the viewer the impression that it was an ordinary torture, but something that was both horrible and funny. McNally had the talent to show this brutality, but he chose to be at the other end of it. I am a big fan of McNally, and I was especially impressed by his work in the documentary "The Other Side of Hope and Fear". I felt that the director did a great job in telling the story of this guy who wanted to be a hero, but in the end he became a monster. This is the story of a man who gave his life to do something that was not right, but in the end he became the monster he thought he was fighting against.

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Megan Ortiz

The people who made this film should be given awards for this incredible work. I've never seen a documentary that made me cry like this one. I'm going to watch it again and again, and I'll continue to watch it. I will always watch it, because it's a testament to humanity. No matter what color you are, your skin tone, your religion, you're your country, or how old you are, you are more human than anything in this world. When we stop to think about the things that make us human, we realize that everything is beautiful. You know when you go to the beach, or you go to a concert, and you're there because of love, or because of the music, or because you want to be part of something that you love. No matter how long it takes, or how hard it is, or how much you have to work for it, it's never easy. The people who made this film are amazing. You are truly an inspiration to me. I wish that you would be given more recognition, because you have made a film that will not only change the way I look at the world, but will also change the way I look at myself. I'll be watching this movie over and over again, and I hope that it inspires people to see the beauty in life.

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I first learned about Dziga Vertov through his film "Hulk". I was amazed by the realism of the story. In "Peter Pan", he shows that just because we cannot see, we can still feel. We can still believe. I am a big fan of "The Best Years of Our Lives" and I was disappointed that the movie was only a documentary. However, this film really is a documentary. I was just as amazed by the film. I love the way the documentary takes you through the lives of the most interesting people in the world. I loved the stories of Dziga Vertov and his family. He shows us their life and their struggles. I loved the way he filmed the family's life. I loved how the documentary followed Dziga's family and friends. I loved the soundtrack. I loved the music. I loved the way the documentary told me stories. I loved the way he brought out the incredible stories of Dziga Vertov. This film really shows me something about my favorite director. I was really surprised at how much I loved the documentary. I would recommend it to anyone.

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Catherine Bradley

I will admit to being unfamiliar with any of the film's subjects, so my experience with this film was based on my knowledge of the film itself. And while the film did not have a "what's going on" feel, it was a well-done documentary. It is rare to see a film that shows the circumstances of what happened and the need for justice. I think the issue that we are so focused on in this country is not really the "whole world" that is responsible, but the person(s) responsible. The film's subject matter, which is pretty important, was not the central focus. The film is really about the trials of both the families of the two brothers and the people who tried to help them. I think the director did a good job of showing the hardships of the families, but also showing the pain and hardship the brothers experienced. The film does not contain any graphic scenes of what happened to the brothers, which is a good thing. The film is a good representation of the entire story of the brothers. While it is a bit boring at times, it is not completely boring, and I believe that it will make a good documentary. The film is not without it's flaws. Some of the subjects, such as the brother's brother, are not given enough time to explain themselves. This could have been done better. The film is about the trials of the brothers, and while they are important, it does not give enough time for the viewer to understand what the brother's brother went through. The film also does not give enough time to the brother's wife. I think the film could have done a better job of showing her side of the story. Overall, this film was good and I think it will be a good documentary for people to see. The documentary does not focus on the whole world, but the brothers. The film does not show the brothers' side of the story, but the trials of the families of the two brothers. I think this film is a good representation of the entire story. It shows the trials of the families, but it does not show the entire story.

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Jennifer Hart

This is an extremely powerful documentary on the realities of the domestic abuse epidemic in the United States. The women who suffer from domestic violence are in danger of losing their children and the men who are their primary breadwinners. It's a topic that is rarely brought up. The film shows the many ways that a man can be abused and how the government is not going to do anything about it. I am not going to go into any more details but I feel that this film should be seen by everyone who is involved with the domestic violence issue. The film is truly an eye opener to everyone. It shows the complete picture of the situations that women face every day and what can happen to them when they are abused by their husbands. It's an eye opening documentary that shows the reality of domestic violence and how it affects both men and women. This is a must see documentary that everyone should see.

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Harold Day

James Franco plays an amazing director who will let you see what is really going on behind the scenes. This movie is based on a book that I have read and was amazing. It was made by James Franco and I loved it. This movie is not about his movie or about his movie making. It is about the making of movies. It is about directors and the people who are in the middle of the filmmaking. This movie is about the process. This movie is about the love of the craft and the love of a craft. James Franco is the best. He has the best eyes and makes the most amazing movies. His style and his heart are the best. He takes the time to tell the story of the directors that he works with. If you love movies you will love this movie.

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Anna R.

I was surprised to hear that this film was going to be a true story. I was expecting a heavy handed, preachy, big government propaganda piece. I was completely surprised. This film is about a man who was killed in a UFO crash, his wife was killed in a car accident, the crashed UFO had the words 'Purgatory' and 'Purgatory Fire' written on the side of it. The husband was a helicopter pilot, this film documents his attempts to find out what happened to the crash and what was really going on with the crash. For those that are looking for a "credible" story on UFOs, this film is not for you. It is just one man's story, and people who want to hear the truth will not be disappointed.

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Janice W.

The 40's and 50's were a time when special effects were a hit and thus films that relied on them turned to be cheap, and therefore under-appreciated. The astonishing success of The Wizard Of Oz, The Three Musketeers and other films that relied on special effects turned the Hollywood to special effects. Films like The Lion King, and the most successful special effects films of all time The Pirates of the Caribbean series turned to be a bad taste, and the studio's loss. Tim Burton's latest film, The Nightmare Before Christmas, has gone on to be one of the most acclaimed animated films of all time, and to this day has a cult status among fans. The film follows Jack Skellington (played by Danny Elfman), a very unhappy boy who was bullied at school because of his lumpy appearance. After moving into a new house, he starts to develop a nightmare vision, where he lives in a world that looks like his own childhood. After all his dreams come true, Jack begins to live in the dream world, and his dreams become more powerful. His attempts to get out of his dream world, end up giving him one of his biggest dreams in life, Jack Pumpkinhead, a magical Pumpkin King. The Nightmare Before Christmas, is a film which makes you think about the power of dreams, and the need to forget about the problems of the real world. And in the same way, The Nightmare Before Christmas, can be considered a dream film in itself, with the story and the theme being about dreams, and the power of the dream world. The film contains a great mix of humour, and has a great soundtrack, that makes it an enjoyable movie. The humour is very clever, with some of the jokes working very well. The Nightmare Before Christmas, is truly an outstanding film, and has a cult status amongst fans of the series. It was nominated the Academy Award for Best Art Direction, and Best Film Editing, but lost to the Oscar winning film Forrest Gump. The film won two Oscars in the 2001, Best Animated Feature, and Best Score, but was only nominated for the Screenplay, but won the Oscar for Best Song. The Dreamworks Animation Studio is an American animation company. It is headquartered in Burbank, California, and is best known for the film Madagascar and the movie Shrek. The Dreamworks Animation studio was founded in 1984 by Jeffrey Katzenberg and Steven Spielberg. Disney bought Dreamworks in 1994, and the company was renamed Dreamworks Animation studios. The Dreamworks film The Dreamworks company was renamed the Dreamworks Pictures in 1995. The company has developed numerous films, such as Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Lord of the Rings trilogy, and The Secret of NIMH, and the company has produced award-winning films such as The Lion King, The Princess and the Frog, Toy Story, and WALL-E. It was once known as Pixar Pictures and is a division of Walt Disney Pictures. The Dreamworks Studios is the film studios behind The Princess and the Frog, Toy Story 2, Monsters Inc., and The Incredibles. The studio was purchased by Disney in 2009. Walt Disney Pictures is the film studios behind Toy Story 2, Monsters Inc., and The Incredibles. The studio was acquired in 2007 by Walt Disney Animation Studios. The Dreamworks Animation studio was founded in 1994 by Jeffrey Katzenberg and Steven Spielberg. The studio was named after the Japanese dream-children's tale The House On Mowbray, about a young girl who wishes to be a housewife in her family's dream world, and dreams she wants to be a Japanese princess. In 1994, Dreamworks made the film Aladdin, with Disney and Jerry Bruckheimer as the producers. It was released in 1994, and became the highest grossing animated film of that year. In 1996, Dreamworks was acquired by Walt Disney Pictures, and became the film studio behind Toy Story and Toy Story 2. Dreamworks was also acquired by Disney in 2006. In 2010, Dreamworks was acquired by Dreamworks Animation, and became the film studio behind Wreck-It Ralph and Shrek 2. The studio was acquired by Dreamworks in 2013. It was also acquired by Disney in 2016. In 2016, Dreamworks Animation Studios was acquired by Dreamworks Studios. In 2017, Dreamworks

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Tiffany Knight

I really liked this movie. For the most part, it was a documentary that, while it did show the hard work that goes into making a movie, it was still very entertaining. In the beginning, it didn't give a whole lot of information about the making of the movie and it did show the actors (and I do believe that many of them had made some of their own films), but after about an hour, it did give more information about what it takes to make a movie and how much it costs. This helped me understand the movie a lot better. It also did give some information about the movies that Hollywood uses in order to sell the movie (like "The Making of 'Last Seduction'). Overall, I really liked the movie and I definitely recommend it to anyone who wants to know about how the making of a movie goes.

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I saw this movie at an educational theater. I was very happy with this film. It was interesting and also very inspirational. The movie shows how a woman, especially one who is struggling with an addiction, may keep her mind focused on her job. The movie was a little bit different than what I expected but I was pleased with it. I think that this film is going to be a great resource for students and teachers in the future. I also thought that the message of the movie was quite inspirational. I also recommend this movie to everyone because it really does make a change for some people. 7/10

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Jacqueline Gray

Well, this documentary is a must see for anybody who has ever been in a steel mill, or knows someone who has. I've met and been friends with a lot of people who work in a steel mill, and even been on the job myself, and there is no question that this documentary is valuable in being able to understand some of the common culture and mentality that exists at the steel mill. The thing that really stands out in this documentary is the town's surrounding roads, the town's history, and how they have been used for milling, welding, and other jobs. It's pretty amazing to see what the town and surrounding areas are like, the lack of modern roads, the massive amount of old and used roads, and the ever changing and unique towns that make up the steel mill. It's hard to believe that it took the steel mill more than fifty years to create a road that will be in use for a thousand years, and to see how the towns surrounding the steel mill are able to keep their roadways in good condition, even through the years. There are some other neat things about this documentary that makes it worthwhile. It's very interesting to see the town's history and to see how this town has changed over time. It's also interesting to see how the steel mill has changed over time. For example, it was once the largest iron works in the world, but it now is considered a low-quality steel mill. It has also been going through a few changes in the past few decades, and the workers and mill is basically one big steel mill. It's very interesting to see how this mill has been completely changed over time, and it's always great to see how a place like this has changed over the years. The town of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania has a population of 5,000, and they are located in the northern region of Pennsylvania. It's amazing to see how the town has changed over the years, and the changes that have taken place. It's also amazing to see how they have changed over the years as well, how the town's water supply has been changed over the years. It's amazing how a town can be completely changed over the years and the same town's water supply is the same, yet they have a completely different look. Overall, it's a must see for anybody who has ever worked at a steel mill, or any place that works on steel, or even knows someone who works at a steel mill. It's not just a documentary that shows a lot of facts, but it's a documentary that is worth watching, and it's worth seeing over and over again.

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Heather Gonzales

I really enjoyed the documentary, though I thought the movie was somewhat rushed. I thought that some of the interviews would have been better suited to the movie. I thought it was very interesting to see these people as they were at the time. I really loved the film, and I would recommend it to anyone who has an interest in the old music industry. If you haven't seen it, I recommend that you see it before you go to the movies.

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Alexander P.

It was like a journey back in time to the world of the 60s. At the time, the hard rock industry was young and vibrant, and the only sound that mattered was the sound of the band. You could see how everything was made, and how bands were made. It was about all the things you didn't see everyday. Some of the stories were really powerful and I recommend that you watch it. For me, I just liked the fact that I could see a lot of that history. I feel like the movie is really important, and I hope you do as well.

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There was a time when a documentary about an individual would be very interesting. In the past few years, however, we have seen so many documentaries that can be very good, and others that are not very good. Most of the documentaries I have seen have been about people who have experienced their own tragedy. Some of these documentaries have been very good, such as the one about the late Charles Manson. However, most of them have been quite bad, such as the one about a man who had a nervous breakdown after watching the movie "The Da Vinci Code." For a documentary about an individual who is trying to recover from a horrible event, I would definitely suggest that you watch the documentary called "Wish You Were Here," about a man who lost his son in a car accident. This documentary is very interesting because it features interviews with people who were involved in the accident and the people who are trying to help them. I would recommend that you watch this documentary.

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I like the idea of having an example of the human condition, how things would be different if we could change the world for the better. This is what we have been doing for the past few centuries. To say that we have had our share of social and environmental problems is a tad too grandiose, and I suppose the point was that we have been doing a good job of it. The subject was touched on here, but not with a lot of detail. I thought this would be the ultimate anti-authoritarian movie, with all the moral issues. I was pleasantly surprised to find out that the majority of the population supports the current direction of the world, and most don't want to change. The movies could have been a bit more creative, but were certainly interesting and well done. The ending seemed a bit too neat and cliched to be a complete shocker, but that could have been a bit more thoughtful. It was certainly a good movie, but the conclusion did seem a bit too tidy.

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This documentary, based on an actual event in Portland, Oregon, made me remember how much I loved my hometown. The documentary tells the story of how an enthusiastic homeless man named Steve, brought the city's homeless problem into the national spotlight. It was an opportunity to get a sense of what it was like to live in Portland. We are treated to interviews with Mayor Vera Katz, city officials, and the homeless people themselves. I think the story is the most telling. It's easy to see how the mayor and others in the city reacted to the news. The reaction was certainly understandable. Homeless people are no more or less than any other person. The film is well made, with good actors and an expert on homelessness. You'll be cheering for Steve and for the city, and you'll feel the sadness, anger, and relief when the city got the message that homelessness can't be tolerated. At least, not without serious changes. Steve is an inspiration. If only the rest of us knew more about the Portland area.

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George B.

This is a documentary about the life of Joel and Ethan Coen, the brothers behind the Coen Brothers film career. The Coen brothers were born to immigrant parents in Brooklyn. They studied acting at the local high school, but, after the director turned them down, they turned to writing screenplays. They wrote a screenplay for THE GOLDFINGER and when they saw that the script wasn't a hit, they quit. They then left New York to go to Los Angeles where they became friends with writer and director Peter Bogdanovich. While in Los Angeles, they met critic Roger Ebert who became a big fan of their film, LOUIS CURTIS, which became a huge success. They also met and became friends with the director, Robert Redford, who became a big fan of their film, MULHOLLAND DRIVE. In 1974, they wrote THE GLARING ROBIN, which was not a hit and they then decided to leave Hollywood and go back to New York, where they started writing screenplays. During this time, they met director/producer John Landis, who was a fan of their work, and they decided to make a feature film. They were very successful at the box office, but, the studio demanded a second draft and they were forced to write a new script. This second draft was much longer than the first, so, the studio demanded a third draft, and they refused. They continued to write screenplays, which were not a hit, but, after they met the director Robert Altman, they decided to make MULHOLLAND DRIVE. The Coen brothers wrote a movie for him and his wife, Diane Keaton. It was the most successful movie of the year, and, this became a great success. The Coen brothers were very successful, and they had a great success in the 1970's. They continued to produce, but, they lost their talent in the 1980's. During this time, they both sold their film, AMERICAN BEAUTY, to Warner Bros. and, while in Hollywood, the studio demanded a second draft. They then wrote a script which was rejected. They then decided to quit Hollywood and return to New York. They had the same success as they had in the 1970's, but, they lost their talent in the 1980's. During this time, they had a movie on the Hollywood Walk of Fame named, "The Coen Brothers".

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Jesse Turner

I just saw this movie at the Toronto International Film Festival. I had never heard of it, but I happened to see it online. It was very interesting, and I was surprised to find out so much about the history of the movie industry. It was also very informative. One of the things that was really interesting to me was the fact that there was never an interview with Mark Twain. The film showed him as a man who had died before he had an interview, and it seemed to indicate that Mark Twain didn't like to talk about his life, and that he didn't want to talk about his death. This really surprised me because I thought he was a very funny man. I thought his sense of humor was very well documented. He was a self-made man, and he was a great writer. He was also a good actor, and I have to say that his performance in this film was very good. I think his performance was very similar to his performance in "Shaft" and "Men in Black." I also really liked that this film was very educational, and it made you think. The film had a great message, and the messages were very interesting. It also made you realize that not everyone is a good person, and I think that was a great message. I also really liked the fact that they weren't just focusing on Mark Twain, but they were also focusing on the culture of the movie industry. There were a lot of interesting things to talk about, and I think that this movie was very educational. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone who likes movies, or people who are interested in history.

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Frances K.

I thought this documentary was excellent. It has some good highlights and very realistic. It is certainly worth the money and if you are interested in world history you should watch this. I had a hard time watching the whole thing because I wanted to be totally "mellow" about the film. However, I think that if you can handle the realism and history of the topics it is very interesting. The documentary was also very well filmed. I think that the production value was very well done. I enjoyed the interviews with people who knew the history. Also, I thought that the documentary was also very good in some details. I think that it is worth watching.

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Though David Miliband isn't a particularly famous figure, his appearance here is more than enough to fill the screen. This documentary is a wonderful look at a guy who's always made money, but has been able to make the most of what he's got. He seems to have managed to control a career that would otherwise have been quite difficult. He's always made a living, and you never see a drop of water in his film camera. But he never used his 'filmmaking ability' to hurt anyone. As he is, he's very 'hard' and can be very intimidating. And yet he's very generous. He's been able to have a life of privilege that's equal to almost everyone else's. He's always been able to support his wife and kids, and when you look at his friends and family you can see that he has a great deal of love and concern for them. What makes him so special is that he really cares about people, and he does what he can to make a difference in the world. He's not afraid of stepping out of the box, and has done so many times. But he also gets that he's not above working with powerful people. He's done things he's been able to do in the past that some might be able to do today. But he is very proud of what he has accomplished and what he has achieved.

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Tiffany Harris

On an island in the South Pacific, H.G. Wells (a.k.a. J.M. Barrie) creates a fantastical place to take a vacation, but the seas that surround the island soon become deadly. On his return, Wells is struck by a meteor, and is forced to save the world, once and for all. In doing so, Wells begins to discover the great future that awaits humanity. This documentary is the latest documentary that I have seen and I have to say, it is the best yet. I have seen quite a few documentaries that are done quite well, but for some reason, none have managed to reach the level of this one. The movie was directed by Ethan Hawke, who also directed the documentary "The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian". The documentary was narrated by Patrick Stewart and it also features interviews with many important people who have helped shape the world we live in. This documentary was shown at the New York Film Festival and I highly recommend it.

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Jesse Ortiz

This is the most brutally honest and graphic documentary I have ever seen. Every aspect of the film is shown with in-depth interviews, reenactments, footage, etc. It is incredibly powerful and important and shows the impact of the marijuana industry on people, families, communities, and communities worldwide. I absolutely loved the film and I would highly recommend it to anyone who has ever dealt with a loved one dealing with drug abuse or trying to get clean from it.

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Despite the many negative reviews I have read about this movie, I have to say that this was a very good film. It was a good representation of the war in Iraq. The main thing that is so interesting about the war is that the US was still willing to invade Iraq. This movie seems to capture that. The soldiers did seem to have similar reactions to the war. Most of the soldiers I knew didn't seem to be from a military background. I saw only one soldier that seemed to be military background. I believe this was for some reason a better movie than "Black Hawk Down" or "Platoon". I think this movie could be one of the most realistic portrayals of the war in Iraq. I can't wait for the DVD to come out.

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William L.

I am a huge fan of "The Studio" and have seen all of the documentaries. But this one is just too good to be true. The only film that should have won this award is "The Kid's First Movie." This is the best film of the year. I didn't know it was documentary and it had a wonderful voice-over by Mr. Woody Allen, who I've never heard before. It is wonderful to know how someone with a great mind can get lost in the crowd and not be discovered. This is my favorite documentary of all time.

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I saw this film at the 1999 Palm Springs International Film Festival and I was blown away. The two-hour movie was a remarkable documentary on the lives of three musicians who were originally recruited for a collaboration. There is so much truth in this film, and if you like music, you will learn a lot about the history of jazz and also about how these musicians dealt with the war. It's really a great film. There is a lot of good information here, and it's not a documentary about jazz, it's a documentary about the life of three artists who were influenced by the war in Vietnam and played together in Vietnam, and how their lives are affected by it.

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Donna Porter

By the time this documentary was over I was laughing out loud. Every once in a while you catch a glimpse of a little child playing on the beach, or a young man or woman going to a party or a barbecue. But these are not the exceptions to the rule. For the most part, these are the most normal, everyday experiences. What makes the film so remarkable is that it also uses humor to talk about something so hard to talk about. In reality, almost all young people in the US are either single parents or are living with one parent. But the documentary doesn't have any words to say about it. It just tells it. The only thing you can say about the situation is that it is definitely very bad and the only solution is to get out of that situation. The most funny part of the documentary is the single mother who lives in an apartment with her husband, and her husband and his teenage son. That is the only scene where you get to see a happy family and that is what the movie is about. It is so very sad and also so funny to see the situation where two of these young people are barely able to survive. But the documentary isn't really about this. The thing that makes the documentary really interesting is the message it gives to the viewer. If you are living with one parent, this documentary shows you the life you will lead if you are married to someone with a different partner. Even if you are divorced, you will still have a family with a different partner. This documentary is so funny, and so emotional. I have never seen a documentary where so many people can see themselves in it. This documentary is not the best documentary I have ever seen, but it is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. It shows how miserable life for a single parent can be, but also how precious life is. It also shows how people can use humor to change the situation. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who is looking for a comedy. I think this documentary would be very funny for anyone, and would be very important for everyone.

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I don't know why I waited until today to see this, but when I was actually able to see it, I was really impressed. It is a very well-made documentary about one of the most significant conflicts of the 20th century, the Mexican Revolution of 1910, and how it affected millions of lives in Central and South America. The interviewees range from prominent political leaders to peasants and church-goers. There is also a brief history of how the revolution happened, which made me quite proud. This is not a film that makes you think, but it does leave you with a sense of regret that you never had the chance to understand what the Mexican people went through. A great documentary.

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Jordan Hamilton

One of the best documentaries I have ever seen, and I'm not saying this for my favourite docu-drama, "Saving Private Ryan" or "Breathing Room 2". It's not a good documentary, though. It's a good documentary. It's also a good documentary because it shows us that working conditions were really bad back in the '70s, but not that bad now. It shows us that there are still some poor countries in the world, but they are not as poor as they were. I would have loved to see a shorter version of this documentary, as it would have given me a more complete picture of what was going on. In my opinion, the movie is a good alternative to what is currently available, and I recommend it.

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Craig C.

A recent favorite of mine, A History of Violence, was not the kind of film I was expecting, but I think I came away feeling a little more enlightened. In this film, David Mamet discusses the origins of our modern media. The first instance of film is the Arabian Nights, where Daphne du Maurier (Alfred Hitchcock) was forced to film her husband's wife being stoned to death. The fascination with film is depicted here, from the invention of the camera to the rise of Hollywood. A History of Violence is not the most balanced documentary I have ever seen, and perhaps it is best to see it with a glass half full. However, it is certainly enlightening, and it does leave you with some ideas on the history of film. I have to agree with some of the comments here about Mamet's commentary being too overbearing. I think he has a point, and I think the film is meant to be a kind of therapy for viewers. The fact that it is always subject to the same questions, whether it is to the origin of the film, to the right of the press, to the power of cinema, to the question of cinematic cinema, to the nature of film, to the effect of film on the human psyche. This film is certainly a step in the right direction.

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Keith G.

This documentary is the most comprehensive and compelling account of the Palestine/Israel conflict since it was released. It draws attention to the historical, political and human dimensions of the conflict, and the suffering that Palestinians endured before and during the 1967 war. It also looks at the Israeli government's policy of continuing to confiscate Palestinian land, often at great human and environmental cost. This documentary has made an enormous impact on my life and will continue to do so for the foreseeable future. I cannot recommend it highly enough.

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Terry A.

James Franco's performance in this documentary is excellent. He's very funny, very smart and smart-alecky. However, he has the stupidest accent in the history of movies. Anywho, the documentary is interesting, and this is the first time I've seen a lot of people actually listen to Franco. I think it's pretty important to have this kind of art, to tell stories in a non-political way and to be able to talk about the history of movies. This documentary makes me want to go to the movies and talk about the history of movies!

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Howard Banks

The movie is about a small group of film makers in southern Germany, led by the young and charismatic Ernst Riese. There are two films that feature them, 'The People's Film' and 'Kunstlerzeitung', both of which were made before the war and were very influential in the young filmmakers' minds. But Riese had a different vision for his film, one of the most influential in the history of German cinema. At the time, many Germans thought that their country would be able to make a film that could be exported and brought to the rest of the world. This is the case with 'The People's Film'. It is a documentary film, made in Berlin by filmmakers from the various sections of Germany. This is a great film, but it is a lot more than just a film. It was a revolution in German cinema and the influence it had on the filmmakers and on the German film industry in general. The movie is about the collective efforts of the German film industry, which have helped the development of German cinema to a level not seen since the days of the National Theatre. The documentary films, which were made in Germany during the war, are not propaganda, but rather are made by Germans who had a personal interest in the war and the filmmaking of war. In the case of 'The People's Film', this interest was also in the film itself, and it was part of the reason that it was made. The film is a great example of what the Germans can do when they are united and have a common goal. The same can be said of 'Kunstlerzeitung', a German film made at the same time. It is a documentary film, and it is not about propaganda. The film is about the individuals and their story, and the fact that they were able to bring their ideas to the world, a part of the world that was in a state of chaos at the time. The audience can not help but be drawn in and be fascinated by the stories and personalities of the people in the film. The film is about life, and it is about people. It is a film that makes you feel the emotions of the characters, and it is a film that makes you think about the issues and problems that the film makers are dealing with. If the film does not make you think, if it does not make you feel, if it does not bring you into the character of the film makers, then you are not being affected. The way the German film industry dealt with

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One of the most powerful documentaries I have ever seen. The entire cast is very strong, from the professional to the amateur, from the talented to the unworthy. This documentary is for all to see. It's a must see for everyone who appreciates documentaries about our civil rights struggles. If you want to know the truth about civil rights, this is a must see documentary. This is the movie that helped change my opinion of George Bush and it's policies. You can't miss it. The only complaint I have is the DVD cover that shows "Confessions of a Black Star." I don't know why, it's a cover, and I hope it's not a major issue, but I do not see it as a major issue. The title should have said "No Cameras Allowed," but I'm sure it will be available on video soon. The movie itself is very powerful, and informative, and the style is very well done. I'd like to see a second part, but it's difficult to make a good second part to a great movie. I hope to see it again in the near future.

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Jean Perkins

When a new documentary about the life of painter Norman Rockwell comes out on television, I think most people will find something to like about it, and when it comes to the life of famous artist Norman Rockwell, it has all the hallmarks of a good documentary. It is very entertaining and has some great insights into the artist, and how he ended up in the same situation as the majority of artists in his time. For the documentary to be good, the subjects have to be interesting and relevant to the movie, and the viewer should be able to relate to the topic, so that the movie can be enjoyable and entertaining. The subjects of the film are Rockwell, his wife, children, and the people who worked with him. They did a good job at finding and finding information about the artist, and their interviews are very interesting. The interviews are interesting, and it's nice to see Rockwell speaking about his life, but there are some things that make this documentary look a bit dated. The subjects are sometimes over-exaggerated, and some of the interviews seem a little bit too dramatic, and a little too "surreal". Rockwell is a very strange and eccentric man, and his life is told through interviews that are mostly static, or are shown in a very dramatic way. For example, when the subjects are talking about Rockwell's childhood, they are very dramatic, but when the subjects are talking about the years of his "career" in the art world, there is little emotion at all. Also, the subjects are given brief descriptions of some of the major paintings that Rockwell made, and most of them sound very boring. However, the documentary is very entertaining, and it is very interesting to see how the artist deals with his situation. The interviewees are very interesting and entertaining, and it is nice to see Rockwell talking about his experiences in the art world. The interviewees also include his family, and it is nice to see them talking about their childhood. The documentary does have some good insight, but it could have been better. It could have been better if they could have added some more detail about some of the subjects, especially the children. However, for the documentary to be great, the subjects have to be interesting and relevant to the movie. Overall, it is a good documentary about a very interesting subject, and it is a good movie to watch with friends or family to discuss the subject. It is an entertaining movie, and it is very entertaining to watch the interviewees and see how

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Debra Gutierrez

Not since the 70s and 80s have I felt such empathy for a gay person. Even if the subject is a simple one, the emotions involved in the situation are beyond description. "Coming Out" was a difficult experience for the individuals involved. I did not find it at all surprising that many people who knew them or had known them their entire lives failed to express their feelings. What I found most frustrating was that nobody from the audience was privy to the individuals' feelings or experience. The film was shot in a way that made it almost impossible for anyone to tell the audience how they felt or what they were thinking. I was so lost when the film ended. I would have preferred that the director had allowed the audience to fill in the gaps that were left. This is a true story. The director chose not to include any graphic images that would have made the experience more authentic. It was a great film, but I would have loved to have been the audience.

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Paul Cox

John Hurt and Michael Caine are in fine form as they take a look at the life of a self-employed man, who runs a grocery store in suburban London. The latter also serves as the film's narrator, which, considering the amount of money he makes, is quite a feat. There's an interesting section on how the "herd mentality" of the working class affects how the people view the working class. The film also shows a great amount of personal stories about those who worked for the grocery store, and how those stories were painted and shaped by the people who worked there. I found this film to be a very well made documentary, and I really recommend it. The interviews are well done, and, like other films like this, it is quite interesting to see how a grocery store was used as a metaphor for working class life, rather than a place to do the dirty work. The documentary is also well worth watching, and, while I'm not sure how true this film is to real life, it is also quite interesting. It does feel like a bit of a mixed bag, but it is still interesting. I don't know if the real John Hurt was included in the documentary, but the interviews with the grocery store workers and the actual manager of the store are interesting. The documentary is well worth watching, and if you are a fan of John Hurt, I would say give it a shot.

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Tons of great information here about the history of filmmaking. It is a shame that the film does not have a summary or a book-end, as the film is basically a history lesson. It is an amazing documentary, but it is not just a history lesson, but it is the history of the cinema. It is a good film, but not the greatest. It is certainly a good film, but it is just a history lesson. It is not a great film, but it is not a bad film, either. The film is a great history lesson, and it is certainly a very good film. It is a great film, but not a great film.

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Joe Cooper

I read a lot of these comments on this movie and i really don't get what they are raving about.I thought this was a good movie, and the performance of the actress. i really enjoyed her performance, she looked and acted really good. especially in the beginning of the movie. but the way that it ended was really stupid. just how many movies end like that? i think it should have ended on a better note. there were lots of things that could have been explored about this case. i thought that the movie could have had some more scenes with the murder victim, and more with the police, and more with the medical examiner. the murder victim's brother really deserves more screen time. he was really cute and really interesting. i think that his brother's death was really sad, and the way he was killed was really sad. i think the movie could have done a better job on showing the whole trial and the whole trial process. but this is just my opinion. i give this movie an 8 out of 10. i give it an 8/10.

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Bryan Jackson

This is a very worthwhile documentary, if you have a chance to see it. It has many interviews with other photographers who have been involved in the epic photography of that era. This is a well-filmed documentary, and does a good job of telling the story of the era, without giving a history lesson. The music and cinematography are outstanding, and it is well worth watching.

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This documentary is a wonderful look into the life of Bernie Stempel, who has become a part of the world of film making. He has co-written a book, 'Quiet City' with J. M. Coen and they have collaborated on the movie, which has taken him from a very small stage, to a much larger one. His ability to narrate the story is quite remarkable, and it is a joy to watch him, not only as a filmmaker, but also as a writer. He shares many wonderful anecdotes about his experiences in film, his relationship with his family, his experience with film-making and his experiences in the film industry. His faith is well represented by his wife, and his humor is perfectly displayed by his son and his daughter. We really get the sense of the love that these two have for each other, which is really touching. The ending of the movie is a bit off-putting, but it really doesn't matter. This documentary will keep you entertained and in awe of his unique story. I highly recommend this film.

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Deborah M.

Funny but serious, it's about the life and death of the movie industry in the mid 1970s. More of a documentary than a film, the film starts out with a young man talking about how he fell in love with a woman who became his partner in crime. That seems to be enough to say it's a bit on the boring side, as you watch and listen, but then things get more interesting. We learn a lot about the industry and it's purpose, but more than that, it shows you the realities of working in the movie industry. You start hearing people talking about the various things that go on behind closed doors, the people they work with, the jobs they have to do. This is an important film, as it shows the reality of the industry, but it also shows the history of it, and shows how things have changed over the years. You can see the effects of the Vietnam War on the industry. It shows how different the movies have become in that time period. It shows the changes in the makeup effects of the special effects. There are some good quotes from the movie, as well as some really funny ones. I would recommend this documentary to people who like documentaries, or to people who are interested in the movie industry. I rate it 8/10

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Phillip D.

The story of how a group of Philadelphia blue collar workers and their unions fought to achieve the highest standard in working conditions. The film goes into some detail about the construction and union battles during the 1930s. It is interesting to see what a great role the blue collar workers played in the social and political life of the city. The film focuses on the miners, but there are several other workers throughout the film that are important to the story. One of the most telling scenes is when some of the miners stand outside a mine in solidarity with their union. The miners go to the bosses and say "We are all brothers and sisters in labor. We want the same things as you do and we want our share of your profits. We will fight for it." These miners have decided to stand up for the workers and their interests. There is not one person in the mine who has a different opinion. The film is worth watching for this reason alone.