Steam McQueen


McQueen is a movie starring Bernard Arnault, Joseph Bennett, and Detmar Blow. The life and career of fashion designer Lee Alexander McQueen: from his start as a tailor, to launching and overseeing his eponymous line and his untimely...

Other Titles
Alexander McQueen, Alexander McQueen - Il genio della moda, マックイーン モードの反逆児, McQueen, modets enfent terrible, Alexander McQueen - Der Film, McQueen: Muodin kauhukakara, 時尚鬼才:McQueen
Running Time
1 hours 51 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, Biography
Peter Ettedgui, Ian Bonhôte
Peter Ettedgui
Joseph Bennett, Detmar Blow, Isabella Blow, Bernard Arnault
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


Comments about documentary «McQueen» (21)

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Jerry A.

After my reading of the book, I was eager to see how the movie would be interpreted. A friend who I had read the book with told me that it would be an "illusion", and a few days later I was quite surprised when I went into the movie theater. I was expecting some self-indulgence or an attempt to show how oppressed they were. I was not wrong. However, it was still a great film. I especially liked the part about the elevator with the books. I really enjoyed the way the film did not portray the families as perfect and was actually quite disturbing. It shows how incredibly small of a part the children are in their lives, yet how important they are to each other. I also really liked the movie's ending, which I would not have expected, even though it is almost a new ending. This is definitely a film you should see. I think it is worth watching on a couple of occasions. It really is an entertaining film with a great message.

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Donna Edwards

The main reason that I wanted to watch this was because I am a fan of Bollywood. And this documentary does not disappoint. I love both Indian and Hollywood films. I have seen plenty of them and I like most of the Hindi films too. But this film is a must watch for every Indian. This film is about a great actor named Shoaib Mansoor who lost his job because of a mistake in the background check. When he was working in the US he was in the US for the longest time and he lost his job. Now he is trying to get his job back because of the accident which happened in the background check. If you are an Indian then you will like the film. This film is about the struggle of an actor. This is not the way a real person is. But the struggles of an actor is very real. You can not avoid the pain of a great actor. I did not see this film at the theater. I watched it on video and I recommend this movie to everyone who likes Bollywood. I really recommend that everyone is able to see this film. It is one of the best films that I have ever seen.

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Ashley May

Kefauver was a male client of the famed D.A. House in St. Louis. During his investigation into the death of JFK, he makes the following comments and accusations: that the D.A. were negligent in handling Kennedy's autopsy (which is probably what he was doing), that the National Archives could not answer certain questions raised by the D.A. and that a book entitled The Devil's Triangle, which was written by D.A. Office employee Bob Haldeman, caused him to take his investigation to a higher level. He is eventually attacked by D.A. House employee Lewis "Mike" Kefauver. Kefauver is in charge of the D.A.'s correspondence with the President's widow, Jacqueline Kennedy, and is killed by a car bomb in Texas. He knew what the D.A. wanted, and he was killed to cover his tracks. He also had information that he couldn't keep secret and that was known by the D.A. and vice versa. There's more, but I think you get the idea. The film doesn't go into any more depth than what we already know, so I will just conclude by saying that Kefauver had the highest level of security for the D.A. and that he knew something that the D.A. didn't know and that he would have been investigated by both the D.A. and the FBI. There's nothing that this movie does not tell you and it gives you a nice summary of the story. It's a great piece of research, as I've always been fond of Kefauver, and a very interesting film, that will keep you entertained for a long time.

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This is a documentary about the life of Guy Pearce. It's not just about the actor's life, but his family, and how his parents divorced when he was very young, which was a bad sign for him as an actor. Pearce was in The Matrix, which was a major hit at the time. After that, he was a pretty mediocre actor, but nothing remarkable. One of his biggest fans, Steve C's daughter, Julie, tries to get Pearce in the limelight, and it's not a bad idea. Pearce doesn't disappoint. The documentary shows the problems he had with his mother, and what it did to his career. He also talks about his time in Vietnam. One of his films, the sitcom from the 80's, is really good. Pearce really gets into it. But, this documentary, with an excellent performance by Pearce, makes it worthwhile. This documentary isn't a definitive biographical piece, but it does a good job. Not as good as a lot of documentaries, but worth watching.

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Brian Carpenter

Spoilers ahead. As a child I was fascinated by the story of Robert E. Lee. I grew up around the Confederate States of America and loved the great stories of their soldiers. As a young man, I took my father to the first great battle of the Civil War. He then saw me see the movie version of it, and I was fascinated. I did not want to see the Civil War in the movie; I wanted to see it in the book. I believe that this movie does a great job of telling the story of Robert E. Lee's struggle to become the first chief executive of the Confederacy. I believe that it is a great movie for all audiences. It tells the story of a man's life from birth, to death. It also tells the story of the downfall of the Confederacy, from its founding in 1861 through its eventual defeat. I believe that it is a great movie for people of all ages and all backgrounds. I think that the movie is a very good way to educate young people about the Civil War, and the history of the Confederacy. The movie is an excellent introduction to the Civil War, and the history of the United States. I believe that this movie is a good way to introduce a younger generation to the Civil War.

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Sandra D.

These films are intriguing because of the information they give us about the lives of ordinary people in one place. As viewers, we are there with them as they embark on their journeys in search of meaning. The film in this case is a portrait of a couple that moves to England from New Zealand to find their way in the world. It is a well written film that gives the viewer a fascinating view of this country. I particularly liked the images of the beautiful and unique country. But the film is also about life and death in that country. The film tells a story of a couple that have a similar culture and experience to our own, but are experiencing their own reality. While they find their own meaning in life, some things never change. One example is that it's easy to be distracted by the things that aren't important in their lives. I thought it was interesting that they had to constantly remind themselves that they were doing this film. While they are living a "normal" life in New Zealand, they are still constantly reminded that they are "different" and they "need to be different". For example, they were asked to speak a few sentences about a complex concept and the camera lingered on their facial expressions. There were also long shots that were too long for the information they were trying to convey, but the film didn't take that away from the film. This is an interesting film. I will give it a rating of 7 out of 10.

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The most interesting part of this documentary is when the narrator explains the evolution of the character, the various roles he played and his interactions with other people. What I really enjoyed about this documentary was how it shows the complexities of the way the story is told. The narration, the interviews, the drawings, the music, the music, the music. It all seems so interesting, almost every scene is a unique experience. The movie ends with the narration saying that there is still a lot of work to be done, and it makes me want to see more of the story. The only thing that bothers me about this documentary is that it seems like it's a very well edited documentary, but it's also a very short documentary. It could have been much longer and I would have liked to see more of the story. I don't think that this documentary is as good as "The Royal Tenenbaums", but it is still a very interesting and interesting documentary.

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Ashley S.

I was really looking forward to seeing this documentary, but the main thing that took me out of the film was the two interviews with Vybz Kartel, one of the most respected film critics of his generation, and Bill Condon, the director of the most popular film of the year, Jurassic Park. I don't understand why they would want to say these things to each other and not have the two of them talk directly about the film and discuss it's performance. It would have been much better. In summary, the film is a good one, if you just look at the other reviews and don't look too much into the negative reviews. But if you really think about the film and the film's critics, you will find it to be a very underrated film. 7/10

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The basic story of the High Court of New South Wales was told brilliantly by Brian Pitt and Stephen Keir (TV series) in the film High Court. It was based on a series of reports produced by Roger Harcourt (as Elizabeth Lowndes) and other members of the Justice Department. The movie is of interest primarily because it describes the early stages of the court case and its outcome. The movie was not really relevant in 1877 because the defence won the case and the prosecution went to jail, so the court case would have been ruled against the prosecution. Nevertheless, the story of the high court case was interesting because it documents how the judiciary (high court) in 1877 acted as an independent tribunal of law. It also provides the evidence of the prosecution (the first trial) as they stated in the book The High Court Trial. The High Court cases at that time were much more a business than a court case. The main point of the film was the life of the judge and the subject of this court case. To give an idea of what a politician would have to go through to come to a conclusion. The documentary was very fascinating and I enjoyed the first half of it very much. However, the end of the film did not provide the same thrill as the beginning, the story was all too predictable. It had a good flow to it. The cast was very good. I enjoyed Kevin Spacey's performance as the judge and I thought he was very good. It is interesting that he had a legal career but now he is the judge in a film that deals with his life in law. He gave an excellent performance. On the other hand, there was something not very believable about the death of the judge who was clearly a fine judge. However, I must admit that I was very surprised by the end of the movie. However, I think the movie was very good and well worth watching.

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Andrew Herrera

A film that is filled with so much emotion, it is difficult to figure out where to begin. Martin Lawrence (who worked with Kieslowski on the legendary "Swingers") walks us through a series of his experiences with the incredible and elusive "Richard." For those of you unfamiliar with the story, Lawrence was a Canadian martial artist who was living a sheltered life in Los Angeles. However, one day he went to a local gun show to pick up a few handguns, and was shocked to see a blue-painted Model 1962 Ford Pinto. When Lawrence told the man that the vehicle was used in the Apollo mission, he was "shocked to find out that he had actually known it all his life!" But it was his masterful performances on the acting test in Vietnam that convinced him that this was a man with a lot to teach him. "Richard" was just as horrified as anyone when he discovered that Lawrence was a refugee from Cambodia. It was a powerful display of the effect of war on people's lives, and the respect Lawrence held for him. But Lawrence quickly realized that it was no use trying to bring him to the U.S. as an army deserter. "Richard" was ready to go to Vietnam as soon as he could get the money, and it was the need for "Richard" to come to the U.S. that would drive the eventual breakup of the relationship. "Richard" was devastated when he was refused a new identity. The realization of what he was up against finally caused him to go into the business of performing in U.S. concerts. It was his company that became his base of operations, and his compassion and respect for the people who played his shows. But, as "Richard" explained, there was one man he could never forgive, and that was the man who had sought to destroy him. "Richard" became increasingly dissatisfied with his own celebrity status and the fact that he was a "normal" man. He became more and more of a recluse, avoiding the media and the attention of anyone who may be interested in his story. It was when Lawrence decided to write his memoirs that he realized that he could not go through the same torment he had endured when he was a young man. When he decided to tell his story, it was to his wife and the young Vietnamese refugee who had come to live with him. He believed it was his obligation to do so. So, with that knowledge, "Richard" decided to "go public" in the hope that the story of the extraordinary man would spread to the world. It was not until his son told him about the phone call he had received from his father that he finally had enough of the "Richard" who had become "un-Richard." But, that was not the end of the story. "Richard" decided that he had to go to the UN to tell his story, and he was instrumental in getting Richard to New York for the press conference. The story went international when Lawrence's show was scheduled to take place in Germany, where he believed his father had been brought up. The documentary films together Lawrence and Richard and what it is like to have been with the "King of Martial Arts." It is also fascinating to see Lawrence deal with the pressure of celebrity, as he does not want his story to be out of bounds. But, the bond between father and son never really breaks down. This film is a story of war, compassion, and what happens when the human spirit is turned on its head. It is a story that anyone would enjoy, and one that everyone can learn from.

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Samantha D.

I was lucky enough to attend a screening of this film at the New York Film Festival. I had heard that the film was interesting and thought that it would be interesting to see the documentary in its entirety. I was pleasantly surprised and it was fascinating to watch the history unfold in a very intimate and beautiful way. The documentary was very well made and captured the essence of the time and place very well. The only thing I would have liked to have seen was a bit more of the political undertones of the time. I thought that the film was very well made and was very interesting to watch and learn about the history of the time and the people. It is definitely worth seeing.

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Dorothy M.

I recently came across a documentary on the destruction of the Pyrenees mountain range by climate change, a subject I know nothing about. I was intrigued by the subject, the soundtrack, and the beautiful nature shots. I was inspired by the voice over of the narrator, but was struck by the confusing title and graphic information, the two of which don't add up to a film. I knew the topic was extreme and exciting, but not what was left out. So I made my own, this time with a better understanding of what the film is about. The film is a series of video clips of a volcano (Atacama) erupting. The volcano erupts, but at the exact same time that glaciers melt into the sea. The melting of the glaciers causes an enormous tsunami, the blast of which drowns the Pyrenees and only some towns. In the process, a human civilization is utterly destroyed. When the films end, the narrator (Robert Culp) tells the audience that they have seen a photo of the last man in the Pyrenees, his wife, who is now a marine biologist. They have the photo, but she is gone. After some time, the narrator tells us, we are shown a photo of the last man who is now a scientist in another country. The man is now lost to the sea. He is an accomplished artist and a successful art collector. He and his wife are lost to a new technology. "The human race has failed", the narrator tells us. The humanity of those in the film are lost in the sea. They are gone, they are not here. The words of the filmmaker are heartbreaking: "it's like we are alone on this planet, and nobody cares". I could not agree more. The films are beautiful and disturbing. I will watch them again. I don't want to give away the story, but I am stunned by what I have watched. I have seen a haunting view of the future, especially of our species. We have just lost our most productive continent to the ocean. No one in this film is alive. We watch as we lost our most productive continent, to the sea. This will change the world, and the world will change for the worse. I think this is a good film to watch, and I encourage anyone to watch this.

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Jesse Holland

With a story that would normally be an anti-climax, and a good cast, this film manages to be much more than that. Director Alix Aitken's documentary is a fascinating look at the struggle to make a film in the English-speaking world. For a long time, the story was not told. It was only after the film was made that the story was told. The film shows the problems that director Ralph Fiennes had to face when he made the film. Fiennes was faced with the task of editing the film, without the script being complete, and the actors being paid for their performances. Fiennes had to bring the actors together in order to get the film finished. In the end, the film was not finished, and the actors had to give their own opinions on the movie. The actors did not like it, but they all wanted to see the movie. The actors who were unhappy with the film said that they were disappointed, and they had not seen the film they were paid for. Fiennes was also faced with the problem of a film that was not finished. He wanted the film to be finished, but he was also afraid that it would be banned. He wanted to get the film made, but he did not want to go through all of the difficulties that he had to go through to make the film. This film shows how hard it is to make a film in the English-speaking world. The movie is worth seeing. It is a good documentary about a difficult subject, and the difficulty of making a film in a time when censorship is the norm. The film is worth seeing. 7/10

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Ronald S.

In the wake of the 1999 publication of his best selling novel, The Heart of Darkness, Cormac McCarthy has become one of the most sought after and revered writers in the world. A truly original and powerful story, The Heart of Darkness was a rare and important work that helped open the door for the American audience to understand the devastating effects of the Vietnam War and the war on terror. It was a very personal story, which was one of the reasons it was so hard to make it into a film. One of the best aspects of the book is the relationship between the characters. The book has a lot of action, but it's really the story of these characters and their interactions. In this film, the relationships between the characters are very similar to the ones we see in the book. This makes the film a little easier to digest. The film does a great job of capturing the essence of the book, but it is not nearly as powerful as the book. I think that's a big mistake. The book is just as powerful, if not more so, than the film. I think the film is a great adaptation of the book, but it is just a little bit better than the book. In my opinion, it is the weakest film adaptation of the book.

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Chris Weitz' documentary is not that I'd want to see. However, it's not a bad documentary, and it's interesting to see what it takes to make a documentary about one of the most unlikely people to come along in American History. Chris Weitz is a man who knows that the American Dream is not likely to exist for anyone, regardless of income, where he goes and what his background is. This documentary looks at what Chris does to help make this dream a reality. In fact, you can tell he has the drive to do the right thing, and he is very focused on his task. He wants to make sure he contributes to the world. Chris has a nice collection of cars, and I'm sure there are plenty of places he could donate them. Chris is also an incredibly well-spoken and fascinating person, so I'm sure it will be a great conversation. Chris was, and still is, a brilliant man. I don't think he has changed that much in the last few years, but I'm sure he is always learning. The documentary makes the point that even though Chris is the most successful businessman on the planet, he has a moral code that he wants everyone to follow. His biggest legacy is his "Mensch." Chris is also a passionate, hard-working, compassionate, and down-to-earth man. In other words, he wants the world to be a better place. He is not concerned with how people live, but he wants people to live their lives to the fullest. We see him go to extreme lengths to help others and take on their burdens. He has spent the majority of his life on this road. Chris Weitz may be the only person who has the drive to help the American Dream become a reality. As Chris is mentioned in the documentary, he spends much of his time going to a few conferences to get advice on what makes a great entrepreneur. He does this to help the community and help them realize the vision that he has. Chris Weitz is in a unique position as he is able to help so many people. He is the spokesperson for everything he does, and he does this with an enthusiasm and passion that I feel most people have. You will get the feeling that Chris really does care about what he is doing, and he has no problem spreading his message to the masses. He speaks for many people, and he says what people need to hear. If you are a person that believes in the American Dream, and is looking for documentaries to learn more about how to accomplish your dream, then I recommend this documentary. However, if you want to learn more about Chris, then you will be better served watching this documentary.

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Jerry A.

I thought this documentary was great. I'm not a big fan of Dr. John Kelly and I didn't think it would be that interesting, but it was. I would recommend this to anyone who wants to learn more about what really goes on in the world of drug abuse. I thought it was informative and entertaining. I thought the interviews with doctors were very good. It really showed the "big picture" of how addiction affects people and how it affects the families. The documentary was very well made. It was very informative and had a lot of good information. It was very entertaining and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about the subject. It's a great documentary. 7/10

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I'm not going to get into the plot of the film, because it was well written and well-made. I do have one complaint about the film: the camera work. It is very distracting at times, and I think it's very easy to make a film that is almost non-existent on the camera. I'm not saying that the film is bad, it's just that the camera work is very distracting at times. It's a shame, because I think the film would have been a great film without it. I think the film is very good, and I think it's a great way to get into the life of the two women who were the subjects of the film. I would recommend the film to anyone, but it would be difficult to get someone to watch it. The film is very well-made, and I think it's a great way to get into the lives of the women who were the subjects of the film.

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Paul Lane

This is a very good documentary. It's a documentary of a man who, after losing his mother to a heart attack, would take his life for her. The documentary is really interesting, and it really touches you. It's a shame that this film didn't get nominated for an Oscar. It deserves to be nominated for best documentary. It's really worth watching. I'd recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about this story.

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I was surprised at how much I enjoyed this film. It was an important story and it was handled in a way that made me feel good. The plot, however, is extremely predictable. I found myself trying to figure out what is going to happen next, not wanting to let this documentary be ruined. This is not a good film. However, if you're looking for a story about environmental issues, then this is the documentary for you.

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I loved this documentary. It showed the horrible conditions the homeless had to endure in the big cities and how the government could help them. The best part of the documentary was when it showed a homeless man who was watching the whole documentary. It showed the fear in his eyes as he watched all the homeless people around him being turned away from the shelter. The documentary had a lot of funny moments as well. The documentary was very entertaining and I loved it. I recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to know more about the homeless. This documentary is a must-see.

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This documentary is a study of the life of James Joyce, one of the most famous Irish writers. This film is set in Dublin in the early 1960s, when the writer was living in the country with his wife and children. We see his writing process and his way of life. We also see the influence of his wife and children on his writing, including the way his wife and children influenced his writing. The film includes many interviews with writers and their family members and friends, as well as his family, and we learn about the effect his writing had on his life. The movie also includes a lot of Irish humor and the characters are very well portrayed. This film is great for anyone who is interested in Irish history, literature, or the Irish culture.