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Invisible Hands is a movie starring Kailash Satyarthi, Ben Skinner, and Mark Barenberg. Invisible Hands is the first feature documentary that exposes child labor and child trafficking within the supply chains of the world's biggest...

Running Time
1 hours 20 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Shraysi Tandon
Chad Beck, Shraysi Tandon
Mark Barenberg, Siddharth Kara, Ben Skinner, Kailash Satyarthi
Hong Kong, China, Indonesia, India, USA, Ghana
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

Invisible Hands is the first feature documentary that exposes child labor and child trafficking within the supply chains of the world's biggest corporations.

Comments about documentary «Invisible Hands» (141)

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Douglas W.

Having grown up with a family of 4 and 5 kids on my own, I have watched so many documentaries that no matter how much the children want, I just can't get past the reality of what it is like to be in that situation. I hope this documentary can open people's eyes and ears to the reality of a mom, dad, or another family in the same situation. Everyone should see this documentary. If you want to, go out and see it on the screen. You will not be disappointed!

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This is a powerful film that shows how a beautiful man from a poor family went on to be a minister of a church in a very rich country. What is very moving is the many times that he was asked to help in difficult situations, and the way he handled these situations. We see a very nice, friendly man who is very helpful. I think this film is very important for all people who think about their life. If they will have a chance to learn from this man, they will have a good life.

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This documentary is not perfect. There are many scenes that are not presented in a way that is easily accessible to those who may not be familiar with the topic. However, it is a good starting point for those who are interested in the subject matter. The film does not attempt to cover every aspect of this subject matter. It is simply a starting point. As with most documentaries, it is worth seeing. The message of the film is an important one.

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This is a compelling documentary about the courageous and inspirational women of the Little Rock Nine in Arkansas during the 1970's when our state was in the throes of a horrific civil rights movement. Their courage, strength, and struggle for civil rights inspired the broader Black community and paved the way for Black Power in our nation. The film includes an amazing timeline of the Arkansas civil rights movement with some historical detail. It also includes the stunning testimonials of the activists as well as some personal interviews with their families. It is a must-see for all who are interested in the challenges faced by African-Americans in the 1970's. It is also an opportunity to realize that African-Americans are not alone in their quest for civil rights.

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Linda F.

A wonderful documentary. We have a group of very talented musicians in the California Bay Area. They have all been band directors for some of the finest orchestras in the world. Their talent is undeniable. This documentary shows how a few talented musicians can elevate an entire symphony orchestra. There are some strong comments from other band directors, and they are very interesting. I was amazed that this was the first documentary I had seen on the subject. I am not sure how I ever heard about this subject, but it is interesting. I look forward to watching it again.

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Timothy Duncan

My husband and I watched this film with our kids on our home video system. It is a very good film, and I would recommend it to anyone who likes documentaries. I am sure it will be watched by many more. My son and I watched this film while on the way to the airport. We were surprised at how much we enjoyed it. This film is about the impact of money on our country. The film shows how the rich and powerful use the money they have to get what they want. The director was very effective in showing how the power of money can corrupt people and the people who are supposed to serve the public interest. In my opinion, this film should be required viewing for all of the world's citizens.

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Brandon Martinez

I've watched this movie twice, and I will certainly watch it again, and I'll buy the DVD. It is very well done, very well written, and it makes me think about the future of the US. I really hope this movie gets a wider distribution, and that people learn about the facts. The movie is interesting to watch, and the acting is excellent. The movie also has some very touching moments, and I think the most important message is that people are the most important thing in the world, and if you care about others, and the world, then we are all in this together, we have to get our acts together. If we don't get our acts together, then we will all be forgotten.

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Joan B.

A very good documentary that focuses on the whole thing, the various people involved in the Iran-Contra affair, their motivations and their motives for doing what they did. I would have rated it higher if not for the sub-standard ending. It seems that the CIA and their controllers at the State Department did not want to let the story of the Iran-Contra affair die, and were very anxious to tell it. They did not want to let the truth get out about what they had done. But after all, it is what the truth deserves. A very interesting documentary, well worth watching.

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This is a superb movie that must be watched as it puts these brave few in a highly high danger world, that has little to no chance of survival. Watching this movie would be just as difficult if not more so than trying to survive in the wilderness. In order to get these brave men their freedom and freedom of speech, they need to get to a beach in Hawaii where it is virtually impossible to get their freedom back. This movie must be seen for what it is, a movie about freedom, courage and true love. These brave men need everyone to know and support them in their goal to get the freedom they were promised to have in their lives.

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The cinematography is spectacular. The dialogue is fascinating, the story is fascinating and the conflicts the film lays out are complex and never boring. I think this is a very effective movie to bring light on the culture of incarceration. It is important to show the material side of the problem rather than the moral side. In fact, I think this film is a moral stance on the issue. It shows the prejudice and hypocrisy of a system that has not only failed the men, women, and children of this country but in fact caused human misery to be left to an almost unseen cadre of police officers that will never have their due. I hope the video of this film is released in a timely manner.

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Well, first of all, just for the record I am a poly-romantic, so the only thing I really can add to this piece of art is, that at the end of this documentary, you might leave the cinema with a kind of feeling that was not only created by the movie itself, but also by the people that made it. I also enjoyed it and I love all those artists that made it. I am still laughing, and in the next day I'll be looking for a copy of it to add to my collection. If you are a person who enjoys documentaries, or who is just like me, that can't find a great deal to do with that too, don't hesitate and watch it as soon as you can. One of the most honest interviews I have seen in a long time.

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Gary Tran

I saw this movie because I was interested in it. I'm glad I did. It was a very good, solid film that spoke to me. My wife and I enjoyed it. It was very sensitive and thoughtful. I would highly recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about a subject they are uncertain about. It is thought provoking and insightful. I would also recommend this film to anyone with children. A good film that should be seen by many.

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Raymond Bennett

I am glad to see that the U.S. has taken a stand against the US-Saudi collaboration. In this film, we get to see what it's like to live in Saudi Arabia, and we learn that a lot of people are suffering from the current situation. This is something I would have never known otherwise. But I will be glad to see that more documentaries like this are made, especially one with the same quality as this one. I hope the U.S. government will do everything in its power to prevent this from happening again, and that it will take the right action to prevent further deaths of innocent people. In the end, this is an extremely well-made film that should be seen by the entire world.

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Nicholas K.

This documentary, "The Shoe," by Bob Scigursky, was supposed to be a documentary on the ethics of shipping troops, during the Vietnam War. In actuality, it was a feel-good, likeable look at a man who took the risk of doing what he wanted to do but did not want to be dragged along by his superiors and the authorities in his hometown. I found that the documentary was very true to life and easy to watch. It had the feel of a documentary with real emotion, just like the makers wanted it to be. I would definitely recommend this documentary to others.

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To my mind, the most surprising thing in this movie is not that it went on for so long, but that it was so original. It is a sad commentary on the way politics, economic theory, media-industrial complex, religion, and big business are controlling every aspect of human life in America, but that this is not the only story. The movie is a glimpse of what the world has become. Americans are more cynical and easily manipulated by big money than Americans in most other countries. How could this be? Is the reason for this shift in attitude really the fact that people have more money to spend and that the people on the other side of the world are still suffering the consequences of that money? Certainly not, and to put that into perspective, when I went to Hawaii for the summer, I saw a similar situation. This movie touches on all sides of the issue: greed, greed, greed, greed, and it is all very exciting. Watching the film, I felt this is not just about the economy, or the way it is exploited, but is instead about the way we all view the world and ourselves. The film does a good job of showing how money dominates our lives, but it is more than just that. The characters, as well as the different aspects of the movie, make the movie enjoyable and engaging. It is very important that the actors are not portrayed as a standard Hollywood role. They all play real people with their own points of view and life experiences. It is a very enjoyable movie. I highly recommend it, and to add to the entertainment, the film is given a nice score of 9/10 on IMDb. It is a film that most people can relate to, which gives the viewers a feeling that they are having a real life-changing experience.

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William M.

I am happy to say that "Cocktail" is also an excellent documentary on the dangers and scientific potential of the MMR vaccine. It begins with interviews with vaccine critics and various scientists discussing the possible risk of the MMR vaccine. It then goes into a "test-run" and looks at the increasing evidence that the MMR vaccine is dangerous and that there are no long-term health benefits to MMR vaccination. This "test-run" is looked at by a medical professor who is a member of the US MMR Advisory Committee and becomes convinced that the vaccine is more dangerous than actually found, that it is a real threat to public health and that there is no "safe" level of vaccine consumption. This film should be required viewing for doctors and parents in every single US state and in every country, and should be required viewing for every medical student and every medical researcher and educator. It is extremely painful to see, but once you see it you will know that it is so important and important that it has to be made widely available to the public.

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Albert Daniels

I saw this movie at the Toronto Film Festival and was very impressed. I am a former Marine who served in Iraq and I thought this movie was very realistic and the director did a great job of getting the facts straight. The acting was very good, especially the veterans and the actors who played the military personnel. I think this movie is a must see for everyone and I would recommend it to anyone. I think this movie should be shown in every high school and college and the military is the same as everyone else. I think this movie is very realistic and very powerful. I think that people should see this movie to learn about the war and the sacrifices that the military men and women have made and the sacrifices that we have made.

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Sarah G.

I've been a fan of and advocate for the work of Patricia Piazza for over 10 years now. The documentary weaves together the lives of many who have been affected by Piazza's work, from her birth in the 1970s to her death in 2006. We are presented with a new perspective on the life and work of Piazza, and this new perspective allows us to appreciate the impact of her work, rather than simply to be moved by it. The film takes us on a journey through Piazza's life and the many lives she touched through her work. We are not only shown the work of Piazza herself, but also the work of many people who have been impacted by her work. It is this depth of subjectivity that makes this documentary truly remarkable. It is not simply about the work of Piazza. It is about the impact her work has had on many lives, and how those lives were affected by her work. It is also a testament to the incredible work of Piazza herself. There is so much to be learned about Piazza's work. The film takes us through her life and the lives she touched, and it shows us the impact that her work has had on many lives. It is truly a fantastic documentary that is definitely worth your time. If you have not seen this film yet, I strongly recommend that you do.

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I watched it 2 times so far. I don't care about what others say. It was very moving. I also agree with some other people that there were some bad acting in the beginning of the movie, but you just ignore it. The main thing is, you just watch and absorb. It took me almost 3 hours to figure it out. And that's just to tell you the truth. Some people said it was 'soft' or even fake. It's not. It's just a movie. It's the truth and no matter what you think it's not real, it still makes you think.

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Jessica Burke

My husband and I saw this documentary as it was shown on Comedy Central. I can't remember what we were expecting, but the film's title reminded me of something I saw about the burning of the library in "Saving Private Ryan". I was not aware of that specific incident, and I thought it was a sad and dark story, with some heartbreaking scenes. But we really wanted to know about this horrific event in our history and how it has affected so many. It is sad, but then again it is the truth. To us this story is as important as any other. I was fascinated to learn about the prison labor programs which are still in place, and it's sad that people are still working there to keep the lights on in some cases. I am told that there are currently plans for the old Prison in Tacoma to be closed in 20 years and be demolished to make way for an office building. It would take so much of the prison's offerings to take care of the existing prison population, and it's devastating that the old prison has to be torn down. I was also very moved by the photographs and footage of the original set of movies, which was displayed in a room of the prison, showing inmates dressed in clothes from the early '40s and early '50s, including a young John Wayne. The movie also had a number of what were described as "unofficial" interviews, such as prison guards who were on duty at the time of the riots and in fact, their involvement in the riots was first reported by the Washington State Human Rights Commission. The film, as one of my colleagues put it, made one of the most important images in the history of the United States - that of the burning prison in Washington State. I am glad to know that there are people like the film's director, David Lloyd Weber, who are still active in the world. I do not know of any of the others in the film, but it is a sad and sad story. I am sure there are other stories that remain untold, and we hope and pray that they too will be told.

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This documentary is a must see for anyone who wants to know more about the atrocities that have taken place in the Muslim world in the last two decades. It is a small film that focuses on a single period of time and there are many highlights in it. For instance, the film shows how the Taliban has pushed the Iraqi villagers into exile and the Americans have supported the government in a war in that country. You can also see footage of women who have been subjected to torture and the stoning of women for adultery. The film also gives you a good overview of the conflict in Afghanistan and what is going on in that country. Overall, it is a good film that details the latest developments in Afghanistan. It is not a film for everyone though. The film is very focused on its subjects and it makes no attempt to be interesting or profound. However, it is a good documentary that is very well made and is worth seeing.

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Olivia Harrison

I am deeply disappointed with the lack of follow up to this excellent documentary. In my opinion, the storyline of this film is so strong, the message is so powerful and the message is a perfect encapsulation of what people want and need to hear. It is important for all people to watch this film. I would not even be talking about the subjects of this film if not for the fact that I would be taking the time to express my love for this film to anyone that might watch it. I hope that some day a sequel to this film will be made. As this film shows, it is not only possible to come together to make a change, but it is also possible to make a difference. Thank you to all of the people involved with this film for their commitment, passion and time. It was a privilege to be able to share this amazing film with the world. It is now available for viewing on your DVD player. Enjoy and thank you.

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I think that this film is a good way to approach a difficult subject in the media. It gives you an idea of what the real problems are in our country and how they relate to the current situation. I recommend this film to people who are open minded. It's not about creating an agenda, or getting someone to agree with you, but it is the basis of a completely different way of thinking about a subject that is hard to understand.

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Douglas Morris

Wow, the film is a must see for everyone. It will even be of great interest to those with an interest in the two other famed tales. The other interesting fact is that both versions have since been made into films, as well. I am not an expert on comic book origin stories, but I have heard that, from a news story I read about it, they were both believed to be correct. To be totally clear, I am not sure why the comics are not put in the movie. My belief is that the origin stories of the X-men and the Fantastic Four, and more recently, the Scarlet Witch and the Warlock have been made into film, but none of the comics would ever be considered to be considered a real comic book, at least not in the way that they were once. They are not, by definition, a work of fiction, and thus cannot be made into a movie. I've heard rumors that the comics may eventually be put into film someday, though, and I hope it does. It would be a great touch. The three films of the trilogy were well done, even if they lacked the same creativity and originality of the first two. They are well done movies, but only one of them would ever be considered as a classic.

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Bryan A.

For the first time ever I can honestly say that I can't wait to see a documentary on the real-life mystery of the mystery of "The Real L.A. Woman". I am not going to lie, I am a bit excited because I've been a film student for many years and have been involved in documentaries for many years. This is a very important topic and I'm really glad that people are finally starting to talk about it and this film is a fantastic start. I hope that people will see this film and share it with friends and family. It's a very important topic and I hope that the film will help to bring awareness of this important topic. I feel very bad for those who were not able to attend the screening and I'm very sorry for them. I can't wait for the official release of this film on DVD so that I can view it again. Thank you to all of the people involved in making this film and I hope that they will continue to make documentaries and not just stand around talking about the subjects that they are so passionate about.

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Jordan O.

A completely tear jerker. Yet is an unexpectedly uplifting and exciting action packed documentary about Ayn Rand's vision of the world. Ayn Rand's enemies did not cause her death. The car accident and her death was the result of all of us. We have to remember that this is an action packed documentary about Ayn Rand's vision, and it was not meant to glorify the man who created the cult. She made a choice to live a "pure" life, not a life of pain, but a life of happiness. I urge everyone to watch this movie, as it is extremely uplifting and is bound to awaken your conscience, if you've ever questioned the purpose of your life, as I have.

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Nathan Wallace

This is not the film you'd expect from the name of this director. It's more like the film I'd expect from the director of 'Trainspotting', but it's far from being that film. This is the slow, dry and natural life of some migrants. In the first 15 minutes, we are introduced to a family from Hungary. They were living in a strange, mostly rundown refugee camp in Bulgaria. They don't speak English. They don't know anything about where they are living. They just want to go home. But they don't know how to do that and don't know how to return home. They get in their car and head to Macedonia. For 5 days they are in the border of Macedonia and Serbia. Then they head for Serbia. At the same time they get in their car and head for Germany. I suppose this is the story of those migrants from 'Hungary'. They think they will be going to Germany. But what do they know about Germany? They don't know where they are. And even if they are in Germany, they don't know who they are and where they are. They think they are going to be going to Germany but they don't know what the hell they are going to do with the rest of their lives. And they don't know how to return home. The film is a glimpse into the life of a few people and how they are fighting to stay alive. I thought that it was really interesting. The film also has the feel of a documentary. There are some people who you don't know much about. Some who have told the stories to you in a very eloquent way. I was very impressed with the way the filmmaker was able to tell the story of these people. But it is not a documentary. It's just a very slow, dry and natural documentary about people struggling to survive. That's not to say that the film is a waste of time. It's interesting and worth watching, but it's not a film. That's not to say that this is a bad film. I did enjoy this film. But this film is not the film that I thought it was going to be. If you don't have a clue what I may like this film. If you know what I mean.I think you will probably hate it. I can't recommend this film to people who are looking for a good film. If you want to watch a film that will make you think about things.and leave you with a lasting impression of the human race.this is the film for you. I gave this film a 7 out of 10. The first half is very slow, very slow. I was kind of annoyed with the way this film was going to end. It didn't get better. The film could have gone much better.but it didn't. The film was good. But the first half of the film was good but the second half was awful. I can't recommend this film

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The movie looks like a documentary, but is a very well crafted piece of art. This is a film that I will see again and will recommend to all my friends. The director does a very good job of capturing the zeitgeist of the time. The film was made in the era of the Cold War, and the message of the movie is very relevant to today. I was so moved by this film that I was surprised when I heard that it was made in 2007, and that the director was a woman. I think the director should have won the Oscar for best director. It was very well made and I would definitely recommend this movie to anyone.

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I was lucky enough to attend a screening of Invisible Hands in Brooklyn, NY, which I hope will be a huge success. At the screening, several of the filmmakers shared their personal experiences with the film, and it was refreshing to hear about a film that is more than a bunch of people talking about their personal stories. I also found the film to be interesting in that it does not show the short film as a whole, but instead shows a few clips from it. It is interesting that these clips are not about the short film, but about the film as a whole, which gives you a different perspective. I would recommend this film to anyone interested in learning more about the history of the cinema. It is not just about the cinema, but about the human experiences of the people involved, and how it is shaped and influenced by the cultural and societal structures. This film is not only about the cinema, but about the human experience of film as a medium. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in history of film, film studies, or film history. In closing, I would like to say that Invisible Hands is a film that is worth seeing. I think it will become a popular film to watch, and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in film.

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This is a well-done, thoughtful documentary that gives the viewer a "feel" for what it is like to be at the forefront of a medical decision. It is an attempt to re-establish the notion of honesty and integrity in medical practice, and to re-establish patient privacy. It's a necessary effort, and an honorable one. The film clearly shows the difficulties of the medical field, and of the ethical dilemmas that arise from them. It is an honor to be recognized by a leading group of medical professionals, and to have a dialog with them about what they do and how they do it. While this documentary makes an important statement about the medical field, it is also a warning to us all to be very careful about how we handle information. We must be very careful, for the data that is given in this documentary will be manipulated and turned into a bias. The main point that the documentary makes is that we must remember that people are dying for medical reasons, and that medical organizations are organized to achieve that goal. We must be careful about what we divulge to them, or to our patients. It is dangerous to know the truth. Those who defend the use of medical data for marketing purposes say that medical information is for the benefit of the individual. I believe that the information given in this film is not meant to be used for marketing purposes, but to help us understand why and how to help these patients. This documentary is a must see for anyone who is interested in the medical field, or in the ethical dilemmas that arise in it. Those who oppose the use of medical data for marketing purposes should watch this film to learn what it is like to be at the forefront of this practice, and to understand what is going on behind the scenes.

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Kathy P.

Before I saw this movie, I'd read some reviews that said the movie was the 'what if' of the decade. I was expecting that. I was expecting the stereotypical 'dumb jock' that a lot of guys seem to fall in love with today. They want the perfect girl, the ultimate protector, and the leader. The kind that the Jocks always fall for. The kind that would win the heart of the lady next door. This is what a guy like that would be looking for in a chick. But we have the perfect chick from the start. The perfect story, the perfect relationship, the perfect choice. This movie has all of those things and more. The story is great. It's suspenseful and the twists and turns keep you guessing till the end. The choice of actors is a perfect mix of the "sinner" and the "hero". I don't want to give too much away about the movie, but I'm going to. It takes you from the halfway point to the end. The choice of the protagonist and heroine is just perfect. This movie is definitely a must see, I'm just saying it's worth checking out for guys that want to get a little closer to their chicks.

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Christopher C.

This is an interesting documentary, which is very well done. Unfortunately it's also a bit underwhelming. The footage is of the most disjointed quality. There's a lot of talk about the difficulties of finding or filming the events, but they never seem to explain why they haven't filmed it yet. There's a lot of talking about the importance of "quality" as the criteria for any kind of documentary, but there's no clear indication that the quality of the interviews is an important criterion. It also seems to have a bit of a political bent, which isn't always a good thing. It also makes it difficult to make a judgement about the film as a whole. The information is quite general, and it's almost impossible to understand all of it. Also, it's not clear that it's clear what the intentions of the film are. The title itself is misleading, because there's no mention of the war in Vietnam. All we really get is an explanation of the idea behind the documentary.

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Jerry Rodriguez

I was involved with the Salvation Army in the 80s. I've seen them change over the years, but I'll never forget the time I worked in downtown Philadelphia, at the Salvation Army near the intersection of 7th and Chestnut Streets. At that time, the huge bed-ridden slum children were still stuck there. My boss and I and some of his buddies, took them down to the basement of the old building, where we cleaned up the mess and served them hot dinner. This documentary captures what is really happening to these children and their families. The families are now broke, the children are already living in abusive environments, the parents are begging for cash and sometimes even starving themselves to take care of their children. It is clear the war on drugs is killing the family and life of these children. The families are going through an impossible struggle. It is tragic that there are so many children who should be at school, like a 1 year old. This is a hidden story about the loss of children, of a community and of a society.

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Beverly Stephens

It was a shame that this documentary was not well advertised. It showed on PBS and I watched it on PBS. A million times better. A truly fine movie about the debate about whether or not the United States should be involved in Iraq. Many people were interested in the debate. Many were not. However, the people who were interested and watched it were very knowledgeable people, and they clearly explained their concerns to the director. The viewers did not understand the debates, they wanted answers. They did not want to see the cameras rolling. The debate was that, the United States should not have intervened in Iraq. Those who opposed intervention were for it. The many who supported it were for it. Many people did not want to see the cameras rolling. If you liked this movie, it is an excellent one.

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Debra R.

I know that in the introduction to the DVD a lot of people were annoyed that the film did not go into the history of the Catholic church. But I really feel that history was missing and so did much of the film. The film is very well made and was very enlightening and moving. I was greatly impressed by the power and strength of the Catholic Church. But I also realized that the Catholic Church has really been and is the driving force behind most of the wars and the destruction of the environment. The church has done much damage to the planet. I think this film is a very important film. I would recommend it to everyone. Thank you.

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Dennis Stevens

The film is very interesting and informative, and it is a good reminder of the importance of nonviolence in the world. It is also very touching and inspiring. It's a very uplifting film, and it is very well made. I highly recommend it.

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I read about this documentary when it first came out and finally got around to watching it. As a native of rural Kentucky, I can relate to much of the footage in the documentary. From the rural scene's small towns to the increasingly urbanized areas, the residents of the small town West Virginia look like everyday Americans. Their experiences are largely similar to the experiences of many of the people in the larger cities. The film is very helpful in helping to put some of the story into perspective. It shows the small town population in a very negative light and the things they can't handle. The town's stories are very common among the small towns in America. I think that it is a valuable film to watch for a variety of reasons. For people of all ages, the film is certainly a "must see" for educational purposes. It can show viewers how much better lives could be with the modern conveniences that the country's cities and states have become. It is also a must see for people of color. The film shows people of color in a positive light and demonstrates that they have both the same problems as the country's white population. We see them as normal Americans who have been forced to face issues that normal Americans don't have to face. I think that the film will definitely help in shedding light on some of the issues that are facing America's rural areas.

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Carol Hart

The movie was very well made. The cinematography was very good and the music was excellent. The narration was very well done. The director did a good job in directing the movie. I think the movie was very good. I would give it a 9/10. I think the movie is very well done and very well done. I would recommend this movie to everyone.

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Kevin K.

Good documentary. Funny and depressing story. It's something I watch often. This is definitely the best documentary about inhumane abuse of animals for food.

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The movie is excellent and has a nice balance of documentaries and the actual incident itself. It is amazing to see the reaction of the family members, doctors, and the general public. They are not going to like this, but it is in a good way. The main message of the movie is that these people were never able to talk about their own experiences because they were afraid. They were afraid to talk about the pain that they were suffering. It shows the reality of the people that this happened to, and it is so true. People should be made to talk about the trauma that they have been through. It also shows that the medical community was not completely in support of the mother. It shows that doctors did not know what to do about the mother, because of the stigma that was attached to the doctors. It shows the family was not helped by the doctors, because they did not know what to do. The movie is very well made, and I hope it will be made available to more people.

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Maria M.

I would like to thank Mr. William Tompkins for taking on this project and for telling the story of his daughter, Laura. I have visited the mountains of Washington State and to see the pictures that were taken there, I have to say that it is hard to believe that this was all captured in one film. This film tells the story of a family that is doing everything they can to preserve their connection to the land. I saw the film in one of the many film festivals and it was a great success. Mr. Tompkins has done a great job of capturing the beauty of the mountains of Washington State, and I thank him for his work. I look forward to the follow up of this film and the benefit of the knowledge that has been gained. This film is an outstanding example of the kind of dedication that I have heard from many people about the preservation of the environment. Please go to the website of the film and visit the website of the Joshua Tree Institute to learn about the area where the film was shot. This film is well worth the time and money. I will be watching this film again. Thank you Mr. Tompkins.

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Kimberly Burton

This documentary is a must see. It shows how undercover cops work in the United States and gives an insight into what makes them tick. They explain how undercover work is different from other law enforcement agencies, and why some officers do not respect the law and are more concerned about their careers than what is right. I really enjoyed this film. It is by far the most thoughtful and thoughtful documentary I've seen in a long time. It's informative, funny, and very entertaining.

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Stephanie H.

An article I read in a local newspaper described this film as "the last major piece of journalistic journalism from the Vietnam war." So I decided to check it out. What I found was the most accurate account of what went on. This film is also the most impressive production I have ever seen. The production values are top notch. The music is wonderful. The performances are very good. And the story is so emotional and so important. So much so that I have not felt so much emotion about a movie since Saving Private Ryan. I have been watching this movie for the past two days. It has affected me deeply. It is very educational and educational. I have been having great conversations with my children, my neighbors, and even strangers in the parking lot. The power of this film will inspire you. You will be inspired by the people who are involved. You will feel for them. And then you will be moved by the amazing things they are doing. This is a powerful film that is worth watching more than once. It is the most powerful film I have ever seen. The performance of the actors are incredible. Every actor has brought their character to life. Even the children are outstanding. I have been saying all week that I am going to buy this movie because I have never seen anything like it. The only flaw in this movie is that it is a bit slow at times. I also felt that there were some scenes that needed to be longer. But all in all, this movie is one of the best films I have ever seen. It is a must see.

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Craig Marshall

This is a fantastic documentary about the history of the shoot-em-up video game. It is a little slow to start with, but you'll want to get caught up. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll learn about the history behind these weapons. You'll find out that, although you may think that the weapons may have been invented for war, it is a passion for entertainment that runs deep in the history of the film. My favourite part of the film is the sound bite the boys say to the gun manufacturer. The gun makers are kind of repugnant to the point of humour, but they also seem very well aware of the dangers of video games. You see how they make a living from this, and they are really there to sell it. The creators are people who have made a business out of something that could really have been done without them. They are totally unaware that this game is part of a long history, they think they are just making a buck, but to the people who played these games, it is an amazing thing. The film is made in a very authentic way, very factual, very true, and it does not show the gamers in a negative light, not one single image, not a single image of any kind of violence. It is so very human. And it is very funny, and it is really moving. It was a little harder to find in the US than I thought it would be, but now it's on Netflix and it is awesome! The film will appeal to all video game enthusiasts, to those who have played games, and to those who have never played video games. It is a real eye-opener and it really does not show a side to video games that we normally don't get, it shows the passion and love of a team of men that make it what it is. I recommend it to everyone.

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Julia Carter

I've seen this film a few times now and the more I think about it, the more I want to see it again. I recently read the book by Lawrence Wright and I think the film is a must see. It is a true and accurate story and I think it would be a shame to lose the truth. I will admit that I am a conservative and never got very excited about the Iraq war and I felt that the war was not about protecting America or our freedoms. I was very disappointed that we lost that war and now we are in a war without any enemy or enemy to fight. It is a shame that a lot of people just don't get it. I'm sure many of the people in the audience will have their own thoughts about the film. I think it is a great film. I really love the film because it is true and it has no agenda other than telling a true story. I have never seen a documentary like this. I was shocked at the inaccuracies that were in the book and I think that most people are going to like the film because it is factual and you can see the truth that the film is about. I love the fact that the film is a true story. It is a little different than most documentaries because we are not trying to show a lie or a propaganda film. It is just a story and it is a very great story. I have seen it 5 times and I will see it again. I love it and I think that the film should be shown everywhere and it should be in schools. I think the film is just great.

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Theresa M.

One of the best documentaries I have ever seen. It shows how the weak can lead the strong to ruin. It shows how the strong can become the weak and how the weak can become the strong. It also shows how a strong can become the weak and vice versa. It is very well made and it does not resort to cheap tricks to get the point across. It is really difficult to find a movie that can do this without falling into the trap of making a celebrity out of the people who have been victimized by the strong and the weak. This film is truly a masterpiece.

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The idea of filming a single day of life in a refugee camp in South Sudan could be a promising one, but director Jeff Nathanson and crew have come up with a disjointed, confusing and at times overlong film that runs 2 hours and 20 minutes. It's really disappointing, and it feels like it's missing important scenes. Nathanson was given a mandate to make a documentary, but he's not sure what he's trying to accomplish here. I'm not sure what it is he's trying to accomplish, but he doesn't seem to be doing it. This is a film that could have been interesting, but it's not. I think the reason for the longer than expected runtime is the sheer number of actors involved, as well as the subject matter. At times it's difficult to tell who is who and who's who, and we're constantly watching actors interacting with one another, which makes it difficult to understand who's who. In the end, it seems like a lot of effort went into the filmmaking, but it's not enough to make this film interesting. In the end, the film is disjointed, confusing and at times overlong. At times it feels like we're watching a documentary, but it's not. In the end, I was disappointed with this film.

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Alexander Martinez

I saw the movie at the L.A. Film Festival and it is still one of my favorite movies. The film is the greatest piece of filmmaking I have ever seen. It is full of beautiful images and a wonderful story. The film examines a number of important topics. This movie will make you think about society, your relationships, your own life and the people you have in it. There are so many questions to ask about the human condition and there is a lot of information in it that will keep you thinking. If you have not seen this movie, I strongly recommend it. It is a must see movie.

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I was very disappointed in this documentary. It was not entertaining or entertaining at all. The people that were interviewed were all great artists. They told great stories. It was interesting. The point was made very well. I feel like I wasted my time watching it. I would not recommend it to anyone.

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Larry A.

I've just watched a few hours of this film (and the "first" of a five-part series) and it's all very good. From the start, the director and his team of producers have ensured that the audience gets exactly what they expect, even if it's not exactly what they wanted. It has a good vibe and a good balance of features. The weighty subject matter comes across very well and the "un-American" feelings are well-explained. "Un-American" is in the title and although there is a bit of stereotyping to be found, I found it not offensive. It's easy to relate to and easy to watch. The script and the whole production makes me wonder why no one has made a film like this before. My only reservation is that a few key scenes seem a bit rushed and it would have been nice to spend more time showing how well-thought-out the film is. However, the movie does work. After seeing it, I'm excited for the next of the five-part series and for the future of the film-making industry.

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Olivia R.

I have to admit that I was a little skeptical when I first heard about this film, as I found the cast list a little too impressive for a documentary. But after watching the film I think it was a good choice. It was very inspiring and it showed me that the hard work we put into our work is not always rewarded. It also showed me that some people work very hard, but still cannot overcome a difficult situation and end up losing their loved ones. I would recommend this film to everyone who wants to learn more about the working conditions in the garment industry.

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Rachel West

You would expect an artist to have a life outside of art, but maybe not that much. These people are all living in a very small space and being so very, very close to it. They seem to have a very strong connection to their art and this connection is very real. I think it is a great idea to show this work to people as a sort of 'guilt trip' for people who don't feel they can express their creativity or who feel like they can't express their creativity. I think the film is very good and I would recommend it to people who like this sort of thing. I am not sure that I would watch it again, but I would recommend it to people who like this sort of thing.

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David C.

I watched this film without knowing what to expect. It's based on a true story and I can't help but feel as though it should have been more "true" but the story is told so well. It's a shame that the quality of the film is so low considering the subject matter. If you enjoy documentaries and you don't mind watching a film about a guy who lost his wife and his daughter in a plane crash, this is a must-see.

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Kathryn G.

As a film-maker, I loved this movie, and I can't wait to see the sequel. I think the first one was so interesting that I was glued to the screen, and the second one is even more interesting. This is an extremely interesting and informative film. It's a shame that the US has only four Oscar nominees, but it's really a shame. I'm not a fan of musicals, but this is a great film.

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Cynthia A.

Based on an account by the French journalist Serge Klarsfeld, "Olivier Roy, Secretary to U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan" is the definitive account of this extraordinary man's meteoric rise to fame and the tragic consequences of his greed, impetuous nature and his indecisive political views. The film presents to the viewer Klarsfeld's vivid and highly informative narration and the film's taut and gripping interviews with the likes of former U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan, former U.N. Secretary General Boutros-Ghali, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, former Italian Prime Minister Aldo Moro, and former French Foreign Minister Helene Klarsfeld. The film also highlights an incredible performance from Nicholas Jarre, known for playing Paul Revere on HBO's "The Wire".

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Brenda Ellis

This is a slick, well-edited, slick, well-written, well-directed and well-edited documentary about the history of the CIA. It's about how the organization came to be, how it changed during the Cold War and how it has changed since. I saw it at the annual Philadelphia International Film Festival and was surprised at the quality of the film, the choices, the drama. We get a real look at some of the people who were involved with the CIA. Like William Casey (John Quayle), who became vice president of the agency when Bill Casey (President Richard Nixon) was president. We get to hear about the brutal nature of the cold war, how the agency operated and its ethical standards. We also get to hear from directors and producers about their work and how they feel about the subject matter. No political or ideological message here, just a look into the organization that is, and how it evolved over time.

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Laura Crawford

I was lucky enough to attend the screenings of this documentary and it's not at all what I expected. It's more than that. It's an honest, un-judgemental look at the US Military and the treatment of the military veterans in the US. This movie is one of the best I have seen in a long time and will most certainly not disappoint you.

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I think this is a terrific documentary. We are all in the trenches of our own lives. In this case, the focus is on the early history of the basic income project. I especially loved the interviews with the most important figures. It was very interesting to hear the perspective of the present project leaders and those who were directly involved in this early work. I also like that it was mostly made in English. It is not a subject that would have been easy to produce in other languages. The interviews with the key figures are among the most fascinating. It's hard to watch the man who was directly involved in the basic income project and not see his frustration and anger. His sense of injustice is not just some psychological phenomenon. He was willing to break all the rules and justifiably, but he still felt that his rights were being violated. He was willing to endure the long hours, and he believed that the great majority of his fellow citizens in his country were willing to do the same thing. His sense of anger is not just an emotional response, but it is a reflection of his frustration at not being treated fairly. It is easy to see how this anger would have changed his life. It was also interesting to see the reactions of his wife, the person he loved most in the world. He never had a problem with her, but he was also able to express himself and express his anger to her. She was happy to have him, but she also understood that the issue was personal. This was a great, nuanced, and honest documentary. I strongly recommend it.

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Sarah Walsh

The overwhelming focus of this documentary is on the two people who were jailed after a botched attempt to blow up a federal building in Oklahoma City. But it is the people who were arrested for what they did, that are most important to this story. The people who were arrested were all young adults, but it was clear that they were not the only ones in this town who were ready to do anything. The fact that so many young people were arrested and jailed, but not charged for their crimes, tells us all that we need to know about the huge problem of young people taking part in drug smuggling. The most shocking aspect of this film is that the people arrested were not even tried for these crimes. The footage and interviews with those arrested are heartbreaking and hard to watch. These men and women, were in no way protected or tried. The people arrested, were just like you and I, and we should all be concerned with how many more of them will be arrested. It is not just that they are young adults, they are children, and we are all on the same side. I urge everyone to see this film, it is really important.

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Janice B.

I just finished watching this film on Netflix and found it very interesting. The movie follows the life of an Irish immigrant, an immigrant from a different country, who is dying of cancer. The man, played by John Kelly, is asked to lead an organization to help the dying with cancer. He decides to start with cancer, but after a while he decides to become a hospice volunteer and make a life-long difference. The movie starts off with a very slow pace, as the hospice staff tries to figure out how to help the dying patient. The patient was a doctor, and the doctor had also cancer. This is a very moving film, which shows how different people can come together in the right way. I would recommend this movie to anyone.

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Bryan H.

This is a very well done documentary about the extraordinary work of two American groups who put their lives on the line to help the Vietnamese refugees. The first is the US government. The second is the Catholic Church. But the film touches on many issues. It is very well made and very informative. You learn about the lives of the refugees and their problems. And the film is not at all anti-Catholic. It is just an argument for a better life for the Vietnamese refugees. The Church is no worse than the government. The Church has done a lot of good in the world. It is just the government has done a lot of good in the world.

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Charles B.

Seeing a video of this documentary from a small audience I had no idea what I was watching. But I was totally engrossed. I thought the first half was a bit slow and it took a while to get going, but I was totally mesmerized by the second half. It was so well done. The story was deep and the music was phenomenal. I would have to say this was a great documentary and worth the price of admission. I loved it and highly recommend seeing it.

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Emily McDonald

The great movie of the century was actually The Insider. I have always been a big fan of the director, David Fincher, but I did not see this until recently. This movie was fantastic, and I loved the way that it was filmed. This movie was so unique, and the acting was great. It was so different from anything that I have ever seen. This movie is one that I would recommend to anyone, because it is so unique, and the director did a great job with this film. I am sure that you will enjoy this movie.

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Anna Lee

I had no idea what to expect from this film. I thought it would be some sort of documentary about the drug war and how it's affecting poor communities, but it was much more. It was an inside look into the lives of some of the most important and powerful people in the drug war. It was really interesting to see how these people's lives are affected by the drug war. They are all very different from each other, but they all have one thing in common. They are all trying to keep their family and community safe. It was also interesting to see how the drug war is affecting the people involved in the war. I thought the interviews with people like Paul Abrams, and Danny Johnson were very interesting. They were both very passionate about the drug war and how it's affecting their lives. I also thought the film was very well edited and did a good job of showing the way the drug war affects people in their own communities. The film is definitely worth seeing and I hope to see more films like this one. I really think this film is very important and I hope people will watch it.

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Nathan W.

I was skeptical about this movie, but I decided to give it a try. I had never heard of it before and I was not sure if I would like it. But I was pleasantly surprised. The story is quite simple, but the messages it conveys are very powerful. It's about a group of men who are all struggling to keep the peace in the Vietnam war, and how they come to a point of no return. It is not a great movie, but it's a very powerful and important film.

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Paul J.

I am not an academic, nor do I have any particular interest in the historical or political side of the military-industrial complex. However, the documentary 'The Invisible Hand' is a great piece of work. The documentary focuses on a single event, and it does so effectively. It is a 'one-shot' documentary, so you don't need to see the whole thing to know what is going on. I recommend this documentary to anyone interested in the military-industrial complex or the history of warfare. It is a must see for anyone who has an interest in the subject. 8/10

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A documentary about the plight of the US military in Afghanistan. I'm not really sure why this was made, but it was, and it was a good documentary. The only downside to this documentary is that the documentary is very boring. There are no standout scenes. The scenes of the US soldiers in the field are boring and not inspiring. If you want to see a better documentary on the US military in Afghanistan, watch the "Killing Hope" documentary, which was made by the same filmmaker. It is far more inspiring. The ending of the documentary, however, is great. I give the documentary a solid 8 out of 10.

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Donald C.

This is a very good documentary about the North Korean nuclear test, and it is well worth seeing if you want to learn more about this subject. The documentary covers a few key points in a fairly clear manner, and the pacing is excellent, so if you're interested in this topic and want to know more about it, it's a good option. It's also worth mentioning that the documentary is very well produced, with good-looking and accurate footage, and there's also very good editing, so it doesn't get bogged down. It's a great documentary, and it's well worth seeing if you're interested in this subject.

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This documentary is well done and full of great information and great interviews. I think the directors did an excellent job with it. I think that they should do another one to continue the same theme. I think that this is a great documentary. I would definitely buy this on DVD.

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The Russian government is a joke. They would rather fight a war in the middle of the city with the residents of the city then to release these people. I think the movie is great because you can see how people feel in this situation and you can understand how their lives are affected by this problem. It is also a good film to tell people not to trust the government or the political parties because they are the cause of all the problems. This movie shows the situation of the Russian people so well that you can actually understand the problems. The best part is the end when everyone is happy.

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Kimberly Adams

This is one of those documentaries that I would recommend to anyone who is interested in how a film gets made. The whole concept of using real life events to illustrate the story is not a new one. I can't remember the last time I saw it but it is certainly something that I would watch again. I think it is very entertaining and I definitely recommend watching it. I thought it was very well done and it was very informative. There were a few things that were left out but I would say that is not too big of a deal. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in the making of a documentary.

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While this film was filmed on location, I was aware of a number of problems that the crew and actors encountered in trying to film in the Polish countryside. While some of the actors were Polish, most of the crew were Polish, and the film was shot in Warsaw. While this was an interesting subject of film making, it was also a problem in terms of crew and cast. As a result, the film is somewhat disjointed. It is possible to follow the story of the four main characters and their attempts to deal with the problems that they encountered, but there is not much of a story to tell. The film does have a sense of realism, but it is not believable. The fact that the film was shot in Warsaw, and then produced in Poland, is not a good representation of reality in the countryside. However, the director was able to make some of the locations in the film very interesting, and the cinematography is excellent. I would recommend this film to anyone who enjoys an interesting documentary film. The acting was excellent, and the director did a very good job of making the film feel like it was filmed on location. The best part of the film is the photography. If you are in the mood for a documentary about a film crew, or if you are a fan of any of the actors, I recommend this film. My rating: 8/10.

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I was recently reminded of the story of the Invisible Hand, when I came across a video clip of it in a video store. I was intrigued. The clip was from a documentary that I had recently seen. I was intrigued by the idea of a film that was about the invisible hand. I am a huge fan of James Joyce and of the book "Ulysses", so I was intrigued to see if the documentary was as good as I remembered. It was. The narration in the documentary is excellent, and the clips are very well-presented. It is a good documentary. It is very engaging and entertaining. I highly recommend it. I am going to watch it again. The other reviews are correct. It is not a documentary. It is a movie, and a very good one. It is not a good one for people who are easily offended. The film is rated R for some sexual content. It is not explicit. I would give it an 8.9/10.

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Sarah McCoy

It's really the lack of professional film-making and the fact that the whole film is filmed on a low-budget that makes it a bit difficult to get involved with the film. It's a shame as the documentary is one of the most important film projects that has been done in the last few years. I will say that there were some moments that were a bit too quiet and for me, that was not the best way to put it. But, when you look at it as a film that is not all about the subject, it works. It does not try to force an agenda on you and you can watch it as an amateur documentary. It is a documentary that takes a very neutral view on a very important issue. That is why it is so important that you understand the subject. I was not overly impressed by the acting but I can't blame them, they did a good job. The film was narrated by two men, one of them was a retired veteran and the other one was a medic. They are both great in their own way. I was very impressed with the work of the two veterans. They are respected veterans and when you look at it from their perspective, they are the real experts on this subject. They are able to get out and explain the difference between how the Viet Nam vets were treated and how they were treated. I will say that there was one thing I did not like about the documentary. I felt that they did not include any information on the impact of the war on the Vietnamese veterans and their families. The people interviewed said that they had lost family members and that the war has affected their lives. So, for me, it was an important part of the film but I did not really feel like it was very well placed in the documentary. I think the way they explained it was good but I think they should have included some information on that aspect. If they had done that, it would have made the documentary a lot more effective. The documentary is very educational and it will be very interesting to see how the veterans felt when they first returned home. It will also give you a better understanding of what the Vietnam veterans were going through. It will also give you a better understanding of the nature of the war itself. I also think that the film is important for the public and for veterans. It will help to tell us that our government has not done everything that it could to help veterans and the veterans themselves. In the end, it is a good documentary and it does have some flaws but it is definitely worth watching.

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Jacqueline Reed

Shane Jackson is a great filmmaker and an amazing man, and I am honored that he is a part of my family. I found this documentary on YouTube and just wanted to see if it was any good, and it was! I know it's not going to be the best documentary ever, but I can't imagine a better director or filmmaker than him. It is so sad to see the kind of life he led, and now the legacy he left behind. I was lucky enough to see the premiere of this movie on Cinemax, and it was worth every penny. You will not want to watch this movie with any family member or anyone else you know. The way he treated his family is an example of the kind of father you will never see in the movies. This documentary is a must see, and I cannot recommend it enough. 9/10

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Terry F.

The film begins with a pre-release screening in Kansas City of 'The Human Stain' and a talk with the director, as well as a brief description of the film. 'The Human Stain' is the story of the troubled lives of six gay men who grew up in a small town in rural Alabama. Each of the men lives in a different house, and they are all strikingly similar in their own ways. The filmmaker shows them all the same problem and they all have the same solution - They all want to get married, but the different houses make it hard. For the longest time, the man closest to each of the six brothers was the man who was the biggest problem to each of them. Although the film isn't entirely about the six brothers, it is very clearly about them. It's all about the people they grew up with and the people they grew up with. The film makes the same points about each of the six brothers, but it doesn't necessarily show you the same person. The main thing that the film does is show you the same problem and then the solution to that problem. I think it is a very powerful film, and it's not a film that I would recommend to people who are against homosexuality. There are very few gay films out there, and this film is probably one of the few ones that does a good job at showing the problems and the solution. The film is a little slow, but it's very effective. I think this film has a good message and a good message is one thing that I think it does very well. Overall, I think it's a very good film, and it's a good movie that I think you should see if you're interested in gay issues. I don't think it's going to be very popular with gay people, but I think it's a very good movie that I think you should see.

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I thought this movie was very good. The acting was good, and the story was amazing. I think that the only thing that really bothered me was that it was a movie about the Haitian revolution, and that the director focused on the American people. Haiti has a long history of being a colony of France, and it is very easy for American to get their hands on Haiti and make it into a colony. This movie just shows that the Haitians were very proud of their country, and they did not want the Americans to take over their country. This movie is a good reminder to Americans of what happened in Haiti, and it also gives people a reason to learn more about the Haitian revolution. I would recommend this movie to people who have never been to Haiti, and who want to learn more about the revolution in Haiti.

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I love this film. It's one of the few documentaries that makes me feel as though I'm actually there, instead of just watching a movie. It's a brilliant documentary that makes you feel like you're in the situation and it's also incredibly entertaining. It's not just about the economic situation in the US, but it's also about the lives of people who are in the same situation. The story of this family is very important, as it shows the devastating impact of the financial crisis that hit the US in 2008. It shows how the family is trying to deal with the situation, how they try to make a living, and how they try to survive. The documentary is very entertaining and has a lot of good information. I think it's a great documentary that is very important for anyone who's thinking about what's going on in the US economy today.

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Laura M.

This documentary offers a startling insight into the lives of a group of Jehovah's Witnesses that does not serve as a cult but rather serves as a family, a culture, a way of life. The movie follows the lives of three families, one in North Carolina, another in Germany, and a third in New Zealand. One of the highlights of this documentary is the director's deep personal journey into Jehovah's Witnesses. This film tells the story of a group that really feels like a family, and I believe this film is a must-see for any Jehovah's Witness. The directors journey was so personal that he had to take time off work to go to the meetings and meet the Witnesses. This documentary is a must-see for any Jehovah's Witness.

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Joe L.

This is an excellent documentary. It is very close to reality. The film makers put some of the facts about what they did and how they got where they are today. They are very well documented. A huge challenge was the equipment needed. It was expensive to get all the equipment in. The problem was that the equipment could not be shipped to our country, so they had to build it. They were going to pay a lot of money for the equipment. They ended up not making it. It was a lot of money and time, but they did it. They have the equipment and they have been working on the film for a year. The equipment is the only thing they do not have, so they had to do the film. I think they will get some recognition for it. They put it out on DVD so that they can show it to the world.

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Keith T.

A gripping documentary that shows what it is like to work in the world of the high-tech world. The film starts out in the present day, where we learn that the first machines were made by the mechanical hands of our ancestors. The film then follows the evolution of the machine to the computer, which we have now. It shows the progression of the machine to the human, where we have the technology that allows us to interact with each other and the world around us. The film ends with the current state of technology and what it will bring to the world. The film is not a documentary, as many of the interviews are simply clips from the interviews. However, it is a thought-provoking documentary that shows us what the future of technology may be. It is an interesting look at the future of technology, and it will take time to change the world.

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Karen Alexander

I've watched a number of documentaries about the civil rights movement, and this is certainly one of the most powerful. It is well-paced, well-produced, and well-directed. It features interviews with people involved in the movement and other key players. They discuss their views on the civil rights movement, the Neshoba County case, and the current state of the movement. It is also noteworthy for the images of the South, especially the Deep South, where the civil rights movement was fought and won. It also has a strong political component, as the filmmakers interview politicians, civil rights activists, and clergy. I enjoyed this film very much. The topics are very relevant and it is well-executed. The film does not skimp on the facts, but instead gives an honest and balanced view of the issues. I highly recommend it.

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Samantha McCoy

This is a film I wanted to see from the beginning. I am a big fan of Roman Polanski and have seen the majority of his films. I am also a huge fan of James Cameron and I love his work. So this film seemed like the perfect combination. James Cameron has directed some of the most outstanding films I have ever seen. This film is no exception. I think this film is a must see for anyone who loves film. It is a very deep and thought provoking documentary. I highly recommend this film.

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Martha H.

I just came back from watching this film. It was interesting to see how the US government is trying to hide and censor information about the OJ Simpson trial. There were a few clips about the trial that were not censored. It was interesting to see how the defense lawyer was trying to expose the government for what they were. I think the defense lawyers were trying to get the truth out about what happened. I would recommend watching this movie.

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Jerry J.

Budget: $2,000,000. (Composer: Rick Wakeman). Director: Greg Wilpert. Stars: Jared Leto, John Cusack, Robin Wright. Running Time: 100 minutes. (Not rated). Running out of ideas? This isn't it. This is a soap opera of sorts, about the Mr. X-Files episode "Aquatica." It's a strange one, but that's how it should be. It's not just about the movie, it's about the mystery of the film. It's about Who is the character, and it's also about the mysterious Mr. X-Files character. Or how else could we describe this strange film? Perhaps its the musical score, or the amazing imagery. Or the soundtrack. Or the outstanding performances. Or perhaps it's just a weird soap opera, but for reasons beyond the director's control. Maybe it's a mystery as to why such a wonderful character would even be appearing onscreen. It just is.

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I saw this movie in 2005 in New York City, and was greatly impressed by it. It is a well-made, historically-based documentary that focuses on one man's quest to expose the dark side of the Secret Service. It's a story of a man who has always been at the mercy of his job, and a man who feels like he has been abandoned by the Secret Service. The movie is well-made, and the footage is very compelling. I was particularly impressed with the interviews with the agents and officials. The movie also has a few disturbing moments, but in the end, it's a very well-done story. I would recommend this film for anyone interested in the Secret Service, or in American history in general. 8/10

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I watched this movie on HBO last night, and it was excellent. I think the main problem with the movie is that it is too short. A lot of the time it seemed that it was a little too short. However, the movie was very well done. The main thing I liked was the music and the editing. The editing was very well done, and I thought it was really well done. It showed the story in a very good way. It was a very well-done documentary. The music was very well done, and it gave me the same feelings I got from the movie. I really liked the way it showed the conflict that is going on in the society. I thought it was very good. The biggest problem I had was that it was a little too short. It would have been nice if they could have extended it. I would have liked to have seen the way that the men were treated. I thought the film did a good job showing what was happening. I think it was an excellent documentary. I recommend this movie to anyone who likes documentaries. It was very well done. I would give this movie an 8 out of 10.

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I thoroughly enjoyed this movie. A must see for anyone who believes in the mission of the nameless man and/or women who take the lives of some innocent people. I can't believe it's been quite so long since I have seen this on TV. When I saw this on the Sci Fi channel last month I was amazed to see all the "bad" ratings it got on TV. I guess some people just really hate things like this. The movie shows a family who have been victims of this type of murder. It is hard to believe that this is real and why it took the media so long to report on it. It does show that it is not a small thing. I also like that this movie does not focus on the "victim" and instead focuses on the "meeting" the family and the story behind the crime. For anyone who wants to see it, I would suggest seeing it. I would give this a 9 out of 10.

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Harry P.

I am a big fan of the history of the western. The movie was interesting to watch and the people interviewed were all very interesting. I am not sure if it is a documentary or a documentary on the history of the western. It is very interesting to see how people have lived and what their beliefs were. I would have liked to see more of the men that were interviewed, but the movie is very well done. I would have liked to see more of the history of the Indians, but it was very interesting to see the way they lived. The movie was very informative and I would recommend it to anyone.

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Madison S.

I loved this movie. There were several scenes that I enjoyed more than the others, and the overall production and overall production values were just amazing. This is what I call a "throwback" to an era that is usually ignored or overlooked by many. I was very moved by the life stories of many of the women. I never knew so many women who were literally living out their dream lives, without having to compromise. It was interesting to see how they handled a difficult situation and how they overcame it. The actors and actresses were fantastic. The cinematography and sound were very good. I have seen this movie many times. The only thing that would have made this a better movie is if it had a more clear, more convincing plot. It was about the lives of those women, and there was nothing wrong with that. I would highly recommend this film.

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Sandra Ortiz

I first saw this film in the late 1990's. I was a bit skeptical at first because of the subject matter. I knew it was a documentary, but I didn't know the subject matter. I have since seen it again and again and have grown to love it. It is a wonderful film, full of information and action. I also have to mention that this film is extremely well done. It is very well edited and the acting is very good. The story is also very well done. It is a very well told story and it is very well told. The film is also very well done in the way that it is filmed. I have seen this film a number of times and it never gets old. It is a great film and I recommend it to anyone.

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This film is the first of a trilogy, so if you are not a fan of the first two, you might not like this one. I thought it was a great movie. It was just as good as the first two. It is a film that I will watch again. I am not a huge fan of Ron Howard, but I thought he did a good job. I think it was a great idea to have a documentary about the story of the first two films, and also to have the first two directors, but also to have the original director, because he was the first person who really knew what the movie was about. I would recommend this movie to anyone who is a fan of the first two films. I hope that they do another one.

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George Gray

I really liked this movie, even though I watched it in one go. It was very enjoyable, and I thought that all the actors did a very good job in portraying their characters. I liked the music very much, it really made me feel good. There were some very sad moments in the movie, but in the end, it was very uplifting. The movie showed the same thing that the victims in real life do. It was very emotional and it made me very sad. This movie was very uplifting, and I thought that it was really well-made. It is not a movie that is going to make you cry or make you think, but it is a very good movie to watch with your family. It was very entertaining, and I liked it very much. I really liked the music, and I really like the acting. I thought that all the actors did a great job in portraying their characters. It was very entertaining, and I thought that it was very well-made. I liked it very much. This movie is very enjoyable, and I think that it is really good. It is a very good movie to watch with your family.

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Joseph Price

I have no idea what the political motivations were behind this film. The film was based on a true story. I don't know if they were trying to "teach" people about the atrocities of the Vietnam war. They may have just wanted to show the victims of war. It's a shame that this movie isn't showing on TV at the moment. I would love to see it on TV. I would love to see it on DVD as well. It was very sad to see that the people involved in this film did not get the recognition they deserved. This movie was a good eye-opener for people. It was very effective and I think people will find it interesting. I would say that it is more of a documentary than a movie. I would like to see it again. I was pleasantly surprised.

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We loved it. The subject matter is different. We get to see real battle footage, and footage of the actual combat and boot camp. It is tough and truthful. There were several sequences we felt needed to be edited. One could argue that the BBC should have cut down on certain footage. But the overall impact is still great. Some footage was cut out but others are used in the US and UK editions of the DVD. The four (!) troops talked in very honest terms and their "life story" makes for an excellent intro to combat. The DVD is pretty heavy on interviews with the troops, but not as much as the film itself. If you can get a copy of the original film, I recommend watching it before you watch the DVD. This is an excellent starting point and you will find yourself questioning what did I miss during the course of the film. It is hard to come up with an objective review. I don't know what it was that I saw in the film that made me so passionate about this documentary. I just watched it at home and it was amazing. So good! So honest. Just as I wanted. And if you like war, you'll like this documentary. It's a must-see.

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Kathleen Schneider

A good documentary. No special effects, no crying babies, no sex, just a good story about some of the best minds and their children. The great thing is that the directors don't have to make any movies. I have been fortunate enough to meet and talk with some of the world's greatest scientists and their children, and they are not shy about sharing their stories. The great thing about this movie is that it doesn't need to have any special effects, or even a trailer, just an amazing story and great science. The only thing that I didn't like about this documentary was the film's length. It was too long. And I would have liked to have seen more of the great minds that it is based on, and the great stories they tell. A lot of great stories that are just great. I highly recommend this movie, and I would say it is a must see. If you love science and science documentaries, you will love this movie.

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I was taken back by the film. I didn't know what to expect when I read the back of the DVD. I was expecting a simple story about a couple's journey through a simple story about a family's journey. It was very different. It was very strong and has a very deep meaning to it. I can see why it is called the "The Greatest Story Ever Told" and I think I will be watching it again and again. I was very moved by it and the actors were amazing as well. I really do not understand why this film is not more widely known. It is very sad to see such a film being ignored and not being used in schools anymore. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in a deeper message of life and the meaning of love.

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Christina Ross

This movie is a masterpiece in itself. It is a must see for anyone who has ever been in a situation of torture or even worse. With this movie we see that we have to be very careful with what we say and do because we are never sure if what we say or do can be taken back by the authorities or not. It is not a movie for the weak mind or for the weak heart. It is for those who have to deal with situations of torture because they can never be able to show what they have seen or what they have experienced. To them it is a much deeper experience than anyone else can. For those who have been tortured it is a revelation. But for those of us who have not been in a situation of torture this movie will also be a revelation. It shows you that we are all human beings and that we all deal with situations of torture as much as any other human being. At least the movie will make you think a little more about what you say, do or say to your loved ones and to yourself. I highly recommend this movie. It is a must see. I give it an 10. Highly Recommended.

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Barbara R.

This documentary is a rather good look at just how physically and mentally challenging this kind of work can be, even if it is noble in an even more noble way than what the majority of people might do. If you've ever seen a documentary, you've probably watched this one. In this case, the main focus is on the film "An Invisible Man", a documentary about Burt Lancaster, who was the main subject of this film. The film was shot by Lancaster and his cameraman in a studio. The cameraman and crew are treated like the best of friends by Lancaster and the other subjects. It is all part of a competition to win an acting award for Lancaster. There is no real point to this documentary other than to just show a little of what it can be like to work on a project with a famous person. We have a lovely interview with Lancaster, his friend Tom Hanks, and with Lancaster's mother in New Zealand. That's about it. This documentary is a nice example of documentary making. The documentary is honest, and it shows just how difficult it is to do a documentary on a famous person. But even with that, it is still a good example of the basic business that documentaries are about. Good work, good subjects, good camera work.

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This is a wonderful film to watch if you enjoy the film - if not, it will do no harm to you. It contains a wealth of stories of what it was like to be a child in the sixties, from the riots in London to the birth of the Trades Union Congress. It is a wonderful film for all ages, but most of all for children who have lost their sense of innocence. It is well worth seeing. I do not expect a lot from a documentary, but it sure is one of the best ever.

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Kimberly Henderson

This is a very special documentary which explains the details about the story of how Richard Nixon chose his presidential candidate (Tueller Bressler), about how he made his decision to support Richard Nixon, and about the many things that happened during his campaign. It also explains how, in particular, the media and the American people got involved in the race. This documentary is worth watching. Every American should watch it. It's amazing how all the things that happened during the election, were all given the same importance.

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Ethan Thompson

This is a good movie about the health care system in the US. The problems and the solutions are all on display in this documentary. However, it doesn't do justice to the very real health care problems and the problems in this country. As an American, I am appalled that we as a country allow people to be treated this way in our healthcare system. If this were to happen in the UK, it would be the biggest scandal in history. There are many reasons to take a stand on this issue. One is the future of the country. Another is the future of our healthcare system. The second reason is the current one. This documentary is quite good. It covers the main points of the issue. However, it doesn't have much to say on the problems and solutions. I will say that this is a good documentary, but it doesn't do justice to the issues.

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Emily L.

One of the best documentaries I've seen in a long time. The film follows the exploits of two Russian immigrants, Olga and Natalya, who go to America in search of a better life. Olga, a widow, has no children and is struggling to keep her daughter alive. Natalya, a very young woman, has two kids and is a single mother. The film is a moving look into the lives of the two immigrants. They give a very positive and realistic portrayal of life in America. Olga is portrayed as a very passionate, loving and devoted mother. Natalya is portrayed as a hard working and determined woman. Both women give a strong and honest account of their lives. The film is very inspiring and inspiring to anyone who is struggling with life's problems.

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Stephen Martin

I loved this film! I thought it was very well-done and I thought it was very insightful. The problem with documentaries on these topics is that they can't really tell the whole story. This film can and does tell the whole story. The problem is that it's very hard to put in words how a lot of the things in this film are. I'm so glad that I saw this film and learned so much about this topic. It really helped me to understand a lot about the Mexican-American experience, and it's really wonderful to see how this film was able to help us understand what happened. I think it's really important for people to see this film, and I can't wait to see it again.

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Melissa H.

This film is a comprehensive overview of the philosophical, scientific and social implications of the discovery of a new form of energy in the 19th century. From the creation of electricity to the production of the first nuclear weapons, the film covers a wide spectrum of scientists, politicians, inventors, governments, businesses and non-profits involved in the development of the first "energy sources". It also takes a look at the nature of the scientific community and the philosophy of science. The film begins with the history of the discovery of electricity. In fact, it begins with the invention of electricity in the 1800s. Electricity is used to generate power and, as the film explains, it was necessary for the development of the Industrial Revolution. As we move through the century, we see the evolution of electricity, starting with the production of coal and later on to the production of nuclear energy. The film then covers the discovery of nuclear energy, the development of nuclear weapons and the escalation of nuclear power to the point where we are facing the possibility of a global nuclear war. As the film concludes, we see the possible consequences of this development. The film covers the scientific community involved in the development of nuclear energy and the philosophy of science. This documentary is interesting because it is based on scientific research and the results are not political or ideological. Rather, it is a documentary on the "future" of the energy industry and the consequences of a world without nuclear energy. Overall, I would rate the film as a comprehensive overview of the topics it covers. It is not a "documentary" in the sense that it is just a summary of the results and not a political statement. It is a documentary on the future of the energy industry and its effects on society and on science.

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Willie Fowler

One of the best documentaries I have ever seen. I can't remember the last time I saw a documentary that tells the story of a simple-minded man, who was not only not a killer, but also had no ideology or ideology, in the end, he was not able to help anyone in the process of a crime, that made a lot of lives in the ghetto. I recommend it to all those who are interested in the subject.

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A movie for people who love the South. I loved it! I really enjoyed it. Great work by the DP. Great photography. Great soundtrack. The story is fascinating. The photography is also very good. It's the story of a man who loved and worked with his people and people who worked with him. He made the country the way it is, a country of no-one. So, it's about the importance of a country. That man did not care about politics. He did not care about the people in the country. He cared about the people of his land. I loved that movie!

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I found the film extremely engaging and thought-provoking. I think the overall message is a good one. I think it is important to remember that there are many groups in the world who do not speak English. There are many people who do not speak English. We need to understand that even though some people may have a different language, they have a different culture. If we all understood each other and we shared the same culture, there would be much more peace and understanding. This film could be very important in the future.

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Shirley Clark

A good movie, interesting characters, and above all, a great soundtrack. The movie was well made, it was not predictable and I was engaged the whole time. The movie is about the first American woman to volunteer for a mission to the South Pacific in the early 20th century. When the mission was over, she was able to return to the United States and resume her life with her husband and children. What really impressed me about the movie was the music. I have a passion for the music of Led Zeppelin and I think this movie will help people learn more about the music. The movie was well done, it was well told and made. If you are a fan of Led Zeppelin, or even just a fan of music, then I think you will enjoy this movie.

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A "behind-the-scenes" documentary about the making of "The BFG". I was a little disappointed with the length. I expected to see more from the people involved. There were some interesting tidbits about how the film was made, but other than that there wasn't much to report. The directing, writing and performances were excellent. It's definitely a worthy documentary, but I was expecting a lot more.

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I've been an avid fan of the work of the late, great Robin Cook for many years, and I was very impressed by his latest film, "I'm Not There". It's a real eye opener. For the first time, Cook shows us a very raw, raw, raw look at the very human and personal journey of a very troubled young man who has gone completely insane. And he is not alone. The film follows his mother, who has also gone completely insane. The film is very disturbing, and the final scene is a real shocker. Cook, who is also a professor at the University of California, Berkeley, gives us a very powerful, sobering, and powerful look at the human condition, and how it can be twisted and turned against its own people. It is a very powerful film, and one that should be seen by all. And it's really worth seeing. It's a must see for all who are interested in the psychology of mental illness, and the effects that it has on the individual. Robin Cook, a very interesting man, and a very interesting filmmaker, did a very good job here.

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This is a really great documentary. It goes into the lives of many of the performers in the movie, who are all under the age of 35. I think this documentary is very informative. It also has some funny moments. This is a great documentary to watch on a rainy day.

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Joe Daniels

This is a movie about the Vietnam War, but it is also about the struggle for civil rights. One thing that the movie does not do is glorify the war and its participants. On the contrary, it shows their dedication and sacrifices to this war, and how it affected their lives. This is one of the most important and difficult films of the year, and it should be viewed by everyone. The movie tells a story that is worth watching. If you don't have anything else to watch, you should definitely watch this movie.

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Kathy H.

The first time I saw this movie, I was probably about six years old. I remember thinking that it was interesting, and it did seem like a nice movie to watch. I didn't remember much about it, but after watching it a few times, I realized that it was a very sad movie. I don't know what I should do, but I think I should watch this movie again. The movie was pretty slow, and the acting was not that great, but the subject matter was very interesting. I think that it would be good for the younger audience to watch this movie. I would recommend this movie to anyone.

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Mildred L.

The movie Invisible Hands is a very interesting documentary about how it took almost two years for the FBI to develop a new database for every possible suspect. The story of how this database came about is very interesting and it gives you a lot of information about how things work in the FBI. The documentary is very well made and gives a lot of information about how things work. In my opinion, the FBI should have done a much better job. The fact that the FBI is not very good at developing databases, is one of the things I found most interesting about this documentary. I would recommend this movie to anyone who likes documentaries and wants to learn more about the FBI. The movie is very well made and the information it gives is very interesting.

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While the majority of the documentary is focusing on the shooting, there are some good interviews with some of the people involved. Some of the people interviewed are Dennis Rodman, Michael Mann, George Bush, Michael Moore, Richard Dreyfuss, etc. The film also mentions the different ways of making films and how different ways of making films are far more different from each other than one would expect. One of the highlights of the film was a clip of Bill Clinton's speech to the UN where he talked about his struggles to become president and what his role was in it. While the speech was interesting, I think the overall point of the film was the film industry itself. It's a sad commentary on how corrupt the film industry is and how much money is being made off the backs of people. I was very impressed by the way the documentary went into detail about the film industry and how much money is being made off of the backs of people. In a way, it's a warning to all of us not to let the film industry corrupt our minds, but also a reminder that there are other ways to make a living. The documentary is a great way to learn more about the film industry and it's downfall. I give the documentary an 8/10.

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I was in the theater when the screening of the film "An Invisible Hand" was on, and I felt I had to be there at the same time as the cast and crew. To be honest, I am not a fan of the film. I have seen it at least 3 times, and I still don't know what to think. It is a very intriguing film, and I don't know why it was not mentioned on any of the major movie festivals that were held in the USA during the last few years. It seems to be a movie that would be very difficult to get into if it wasn't for the actors. It is an interesting story about the career of a very important person in the field of medicine. In the film, we learn about the life of Albert Einstein, and his incredible contributions to the science of physics. Einstein was a brilliant scientist and a good friend of many people. He was also a very talented writer, and a very interesting person. One of the things that I learned from this film was that Albert Einstein was not a normal person. He was not the type of person that would do things like that. The film is about his life and how he and his wife, which was his daughter, managed to keep him going. He was a very lonely man, and this film shows how he managed to keep his life together. He was very unique, and this film is a very good look at his life, and how he lived. This film is very fascinating, and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in this subject. I will give it a 7 out of 10.

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Scott Rodriguez

An excellent documentary that you can use to evaluate your own stance on the so-called "War on Terror." And you can use to refute any of the propaganda coming from the Bush administration. I recommend this film to anyone who is truly concerned about the war on terror and the mistakes made by the US government. A must-see for anyone with a heart.

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I saw this documentary at the London Film Festival. It was good, but was definitely not a great film. It had a lot of talking and no action. The film looked and sounded great, but I felt like I was watching a video and not seeing the film. I felt like the film should have been longer, I think they should have done more with it. The film made me think a lot about my own life. I felt like I was there, which I think is important. I think that this is the type of documentary that needs to be made more often. People should watch it, but they need to understand that it is not a great film. It is a good documentary, and the director did a good job, but I feel that this film should have been longer.

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Jonathan E.

I saw this film at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival, and was thrilled to see it in the program. It was one of the best films I've seen at the festival. The idea of what the film is about is simple and is not overly complicated, but it is executed with such intelligence and subtlety that it is almost worth the price of admission. There were a lot of really good performances in this film, but the two stand out in my mind. The first performance that came to mind was by David Oyelowo as Steve. Steve was a really good actor, and he really showed his range in this role. He was very commanding and commanding in this role, and I can't wait to see more of his work. I also really enjoyed the way the film was shot. The film looks great and it is very well shot. There are some really beautiful scenes in this film, and it is well shot. The only thing I really found to be a bit disappointing was the ending. I thought it was a bit rushed and a bit cheesy, and I think that many viewers may not get the message that the film is trying to send. I think this is a movie that should have gotten more attention, but I do think it is worth seeing, especially if you like documentaries or African-American history. I also think that the film is very important to the African-American community. There is a lot of controversy around this film, but I think that the movie is really important for people to see, and I think that this film has a really positive impact on the African-American community.

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Grace C.

This documentary is simply amazing. I thought that this was going to be an anti-Obama documentary. I was wrong. I felt like I was watching a documentary from the past about the world. It's very touching and beautiful, but it's also very realistic and real. This is a must watch for anyone. The things that the people did in this documentary were all very believable. I think the subjects should get a special award for their bravery. It was very heartwarming. I think that the audience will be so moved by this documentary that they will be inspired to do something to help the world.

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Virginia Mitchell

I would recommend this movie to everyone. It is a must see. There is no better way to show the evils of the pharmaceutical industry. The producers of this film have done a great job in keeping it relevant to today's society. The film shows the life of a drug company that has a monopoly over the market. The drug companies are made up of greedy and evil people. The film shows the greed of the drug companies, and the people who make the drug. The film shows the truth about the drug companies and the people who make the drug. I will admit the film is very controversial. It is not for everyone, and I would not recommend this film to anyone who has not already seen it. The film is very controversial. I can see why this film is controversial. I think it is worth seeing for any intelligent person who wants to see the true facts about the pharmaceutical industry. The film is a must see for any intellectual person. The film is a must see for anyone who wants to see the truth.

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Rose C.

This documentary is a must watch for everyone. It speaks to people of all ages, and is very personal and insightful. It has a number of interviews with people all over the world, but it's the stories about the same people that stand out. I can't recommend it highly enough. If you have seen this film before, you will understand what I am talking about. If you haven't, I highly recommend you watch it.

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Carl S.

Maybe I'm not a big fan of James Raze but I think this film is a great example of how to tell an inspirational story in a timely fashion. While the story is definitely personal, it seems like this film can easily be applied to the issues of our time. I am not saying it's realistic, but it's certainly refreshing to see a film that doesn't have any super powers or super villain. I really enjoyed the story, the actors and the music, but in the end I feel like the direction was a bit lacking. There's some questions I've had about the film that really should have been addressed in more depth, like: Why are we letting these people go? Why are we not working together with the army and the people of Kurdistan? It's really a frustrating situation but ultimately if we all work together, I think we can accomplish a lot. I'll continue to watch this movie and hope for the best.

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Joseph Gardner

The film is set in the late 1970s during the height of the Cuban missile crisis. A very young Martin Sheen plays Dennis Quaid, the first American agent sent to rescue the U.S. Embassy from the hands of the Castro's secret police. Sheen was nominated for an Academy Award for his role as Quaid. Martin Sheen gives a convincing performance as the young, naive Quaid. The supporting cast includes Erich Krogh, Harvey Keitel, and Dennis Farina. The film is well done, and well produced. It is a must see for anyone who is interested in international politics.

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Eric Clark

This film is the best documentary I have ever seen. I had no idea that this movie was going to be so good. I can't wait for the DVD to come out. I loved every minute of it. It was so well done, I could not wait for it to come out. I am so glad I saw this movie. It's a must see for anyone who has ever been in a relationship, and just wants to know more about it.

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Melissa W.

The movie was a great documentary about a man who is a professional boxer, but has a really hard time with the emotional side of it. The story of what he goes through is amazing and the film is great. I can't really recommend it, but it's definitely worth seeing.

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I am so glad I watched this documentary, and I am so glad I watched it at the Cinema. It is a very good documentary. The best part of the documentary is the conversation between the three men, and it is very interesting and very informative. It is a very good documentary, and I recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the Armenian Genocide.

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Willie S.

It's a pity that this movie is so slow. The two hours that I spent watching this movie was an absolute waste. The story is very weak. The movie is not at all informative. It's not even interesting. The only interesting thing in the movie is the music. The movie is too slow and it's not very interesting. I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to see the movie. It's worth watching, but I would not recommend it to anyone who doesn't like to watch slow movies.

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Tiffany Campbell

This documentary is about the remarkable work of Dr. Richard Ebeling, an eminent pediatrician who in the 1950s and 1960s was the leader of the most successful clinical trial of drugs to treat autism. The trials were conducted at the University of Michigan and the University of Chicago, both of which have had a long history of research in autism. It was Dr. Ebeling who brought the first of these drugs to market, and it was he who worked with the parents of children with autism to make sure that the drugs were safe and effective. Dr. Ebeling died in 2004. This film follows the story of the trial that began in 1963 and ended in 1965. It was his work that led to the approval of the drug Thalidomide, which was used to treat a number of neurological disorders. The film does not go into great detail about the trials and the results, but it does give some background information about the trials. The film is an important document for parents of children with autism. It shows that Dr. Ebeling was a true visionary who was able to bring about important changes in the treatment of autism. It also shows that Dr. Ebeling was a good man and that he cared deeply about his patients. The film is very well done. It is very informative and it does not attempt to give a full history of the trials, but it does give a good sense of what Dr. Ebeling accomplished. It is a very good film.

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I was lucky enough to see this film at the 2011 Austin Film Festival, where it won the award for Best Documentary Feature. It was one of the best films I have ever seen in my life. It is a powerful film. I can't say much more without revealing too much of the film. I am not a film critic. I am not a film critic that is an expert on all films. I am just a normal person that is going to watch and review any film that I watch. I thought this film was incredibly powerful, and I can't wait to see it again. It was very well done, and I will be purchasing the DVD when it is released. I recommend this film to anyone who has not yet seen it.

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Amy Rivera

If you are a Washingtons fan, you will enjoy this film. You will watch it and laugh out loud. You will wonder if the writer and director and actors knew they were doing something wrong, but you will laugh anyway. The truth of the movie is that it is an American film, but it is not a political film. The two stars are getting what they deserve. One is a wonderful actress and the other is a great actor. I have never seen a documentary as good as this one. And I would recommend it to anyone.

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Brian Schneider

This is a great documentary. It really makes you think about the issues raised in the film. It's not easy to get the American public to see the problems that they are facing and I think that this film does a very good job at doing just that. The film does have a few flaws though, and I will just say that I think that this film was much more concerned about the issue of racial discrimination, and how this affects the people of the United States, than it was about the issues of climate change. I was expecting the film to talk about the environmental effects of climate change, but instead we get a lot more of a focus on racism, which I found to be very concerning, and the film does not do anything to solve the problem. The only good thing that I can say about this film is that it shows that there is still hope for the environment. It is not too late to save our planet.

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Jane S.

I was really looking forward to this documentary, the premise of the movie was really good. The question was, how would they cover a fight. This was not to be. In fact, I was rather disappointed in the subject matter. I expected to see a very deep look into the mind of a fighter and the culture of the MMA. But this documentary did not do that. Instead, it showed the fighters, and that's about it. The film covers the UFC itself, and not the sport of MMA, so in my opinion, it's just another excuse to show the fighters. The footage is mostly raw and short, which is okay, but the editing is very poor. The most important part of the documentary is the interviews with the fighters. The best part is the way the fighters talk about the subjects of the interview. The conversation was very interesting and fascinating. I hope the next documentary will be better. Overall, I was disappointed in the subject matter. I really do hope the next documentary will be better. If you want to know more about the fighters, I suggest you to watch the interviews with the UFC. I think this documentary was a good idea to cover a sport that is really popular in America, but I think it was not done well.

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Dylan Hart

I had the opportunity to see this film at the Toronto Film Festival. It is a good documentary that delves into the mind of an author who died of a drug overdose. He was 43 years old. The film is not perfect. I would have preferred if they had made the film a little more technical and also more in-depth into the author's thoughts and feelings, especially after the film was over. But overall, this is a good film. It is also a good documentary. It is a very touching film. I am not sure what the film will be for the next generation. The film doesn't try to answer the questions posed, but the director tries to answer the questions posed by the author. There are a lot of questions that we as a society still have about the drug war and the drug culture. One of the questions that is asked in the film is, "what happens when the drug war doesn't work?" The director also asks, "What happens when drugs are made legal?" There are many other questions that are asked. The director also asks questions about the drug culture and the treatment of the addicts. For example, they show interviews with doctors that see the drug as a way of life. The film is a good film. I would have liked to have seen more technical details and a bit more in-depth into the author. But overall, I really enjoyed this film and would recommend it.

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Jack W.

I saw this film at the Edinburgh International Film Festival. I've never been a fan of the director's work and this was no exception. I was looking forward to seeing this but I was a little let down. I felt the film was very slow moving and there was little action to keep me interested. The director didn't seem to be interested in what the film was about, which made it a bit hard to follow. The only times the film moved at a good pace was when it was talking to the camera and showing how the film was made. There was one interesting shot where a female character was shown being hit by a car and the car was shown to be spinning. The film was slow and I was looking forward to a good action packed film but this was not the case. I thought the story line was quite simple. I thought it was a bit of a missed opportunity to include some additional footage from the film as it didn't really add anything to the film. I think the director would have been better of trying to create more tension from the movie by using more of the footage from the film. I didn't really see the point of the film because it was not very interesting. I was expecting to see some great action from the film but the film was more of a slow moving action film and the action was not that great either. I would not recommend this film.

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Ryan H.

This film is one of those I always wondered about. It was a great piece of work for being so powerful, but I think there's something missing. Like how the military is just a side show to the people who are actually in the war. I also was expecting a little more action, but it was still good. I really liked the acting in this film and I think it was good for being a film that was based on real events. I also was really impressed with the photography. I loved the way they used the white-knuckle-inducing camera-work. I think I loved this film a lot, but I'm not sure if I liked it the same way other people did. I really hope there's a sequel out soon!

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Danielle L.

This documentary is a very well done piece of work. It covers the stories of two or three of the most important and influential people in the world. The stories were told very well and the way the footage was put together made it seem as if it was shot in the world of 20th century. The interviews with each of the people are very interesting, the fact that they have been in the field for so many years makes it easy to relate to. Some of the interviews are very informative and I was very impressed with their knowledge about their subjects. The documentary is very well edited, it is well researched, well thought out and it leaves a good impression. It was very interesting to see how the different segments were linked and I was very impressed by the level of the knowledge they had. I recommend it to everyone who is interested in the field of economics. Overall, I think it is a very good documentary and one of the best I have seen in the past few years.

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Matthew M.

There are times when a documentary will be so powerful that I am literally speechless. This one was. It is a really deep look at the history of the United States military and how it has changed over the years. You really get to know the men involved and see the effect that their actions have on the people they are fighting. This documentary is not for the faint of heart. It does touch on some very uncomfortable topics such as the abuse of prisoners of war and the use of torture and there is also a lot of talk about the military's "freedom of expression" and how this is being abused. This documentary is definitely worth watching. It is a must-see.

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Steven Montgomery

I was very impressed by this documentary. While it was not as good as a film by the same name, it did get the point across. The movie is not a history lesson as the title suggests, but a real-life story of a man who fought for his country during the Vietnam War. The film is very well done and very moving. It is not as emotional as other documentaries about the war. I would recommend this film for those who want to know about the Vietnam War.

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This is a great documentary. I watched it on Netflix, and it was just as good as the original. It's great to see how different cultures are able to come together and make a community out of no one. I felt a lot of the documentary was very inspirational. This was one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. It definitely deserves a spot in my Netflix list. It was a great show, and I would recommend it to anyone who hasn't seen the original.