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Halston is a movie starring Liza Minnelli, Marisa Berenson, and Joel Schumacher. Prodigiously talented, Halston reigned over fashion in the 1970s and became a household name. But everything changed in the Wall Street era. With his...

Other Titles
Halstonas: sloves ir nuopolio istorija
Running Time
1 hours 45 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Biography, Documentary
Frédéric Tcheng
Frédéric Tcheng
Liza Minnelli, Joel Schumacher, Naeem Khan, Marisa Berenson
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

Prodigiously talented, Halston reigned over fashion in the 1970s and became a household name. But everything changed in the Wall Street era. With his empire under threat, Halston took the biggest gamble of his life.

Comments about biography «Halston» (20)

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As a former gay student who had a great many friends who were in same sex relationships, I can say that although the movie is accurate in presenting many of the factors that affect the outcome of sexual relationships in a gay culture, it is still not an accurate portrayal of what actually happens. Being a gay man, I will not be so harsh as to call this film anti-gay propaganda. It is just a movie about a human being's struggle with an illness, and how his life is so full of problems. That is why I found the film to be honest. It is based on the personal stories of a few people who are from different cultures and backgrounds, and we are left to draw our own conclusions about the truth of their stories. I have been to many gay bars, and was not aware of what was going on in the sex life of the gay community. The movie does show a lot of them, but it doesn't paint the whole picture. It does not give you a great look into the lives of people in a gay community, it only gives you a story. The story is of an illness, and how people deal with that. The movie is factual, but it is not accurate, because there are many people who have been there. Many people are not happy with their lives. They do not have the money to go to a gay bar and have sex. But they are just as unhappy with their lives, and they are dealing with this illness, and not with a same sex relationship. Many people are working hard to try and get themselves out of it, but this movie does not present them in a good light. The film does not paint them as good people, they are just people, just like anyone else. If you have ever been in a gay bar or have been in a gay community, you would probably agree with me. If you have ever been in a gay community and you have seen how some of the men act, or how some of the women act, you might not. I know I would have if I had been there. This movie does not paint the gay community in a good light. It does not paint the gay community as loving, caring, and supportive. It paints them as being crazy, and being self destructive. But this is a movie, and the main character is a gay man. This is a story about a man, and a story about the gay community. This is a story about a man who has been in the gay community, and not a gay man's story. This is a movie about a man who has been in the gay community and not

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Emma A.

I just finished watching this documentary on PBS. I loved the film. It was a great representation of the struggles faced by this very special community. The documentary covers many of the major issues facing the Black community in the 1960s. The documentary does a great job of showing the hard times and difficulties faced by the community, and then at the end shows the community at the time in the light of the positive changes they were seeing. There are some really touching scenes that I thought were really powerful. Overall, I think this is a great film. It is well done and is worth watching. I would recommend it to anyone who has a heart. I also think this documentary is a great representation of the many different cultures that live in this country. I think it is a great example of how our country is changing.

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Joshua G.

I just got out of a screening of this film at the Tribeca Film Festival. For anyone who didn't know that Ben also wrote the screenplays for "Grizzly" and "Coraline", this is an excellent companion piece to those two movies. It's a documentary about Ben, as well as a love story between him and his brother. This film will be well received by anyone who has ever loved or even loved animals. I think that "Grizzly" was a more polarizing film, but I think "Coraline" is just as much about the cruelty of factory farming and the other problems with the meat industry. I think that this film is a must see for anyone who wants to see the consequences of the animal rights movement. I recommend that anyone who hasn't seen this film go out and buy it, and watch it a few times to really get the message. Ben will be missed.

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Jerry L.

This is a fantastic documentary about the very few realists in our society who were able to make their voices heard and to influence society in a positive way. It's not always easy to be a realist. It takes a lot of guts, dedication and belief. I was lucky enough to see just one person do this, and that person is Steve Jobs. For some reason, people want to point the finger at others for the behavior of the corporations that run our lives. I find it insulting that people think that the people in charge are responsible for the actions of others. Jobs was just one of the few realists who could stand up and say that the corporate entities in charge were not the ones that were causing the harm. Jobs was great at creating great products that people loved, and he was the one who did it with the power of his voice and his creativity. If you like documentaries, if you like to understand things, if you are interested in how ideas can change our lives and the lives of others, this documentary is for you. If you're interested in the history of technology and what it has done to our lives and our world, this is not for you. I highly recommend it to anyone who appreciates good movies. 9/10

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Joshua Barrett

I have been a fan of Mr. Kilmer for years, and the movie "Concussion" was one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. This documentary is the most comprehensive, up-to-date, and accurate movie I have ever seen on the subject. It shows the truth about concussions and how it is affecting every athlete, even those who are not athletes. The film is great for anyone who wants to know the truth about concussions and why they are dangerous. The film is not only accurate but it is very inspiring. It is important to remember that concussions are a problem for all athletes, even those who are not athletes. Concussions are the number one cause of injury and disability in sports. There is a growing number of concussions in high school and college sports. I recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about concussions. The film is a must see for everyone who wants to know the truth about concussions.

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Keith Carlson

This movie is about the birth of the nation. The citizens of this nation of immigrants who have come to America to escape war and poverty. They have no other choice than to fight for their rights and freedom. I was very interested in this film because it is an interesting look into the immigrant experience. I was glad that the film did not focus on the immigrants or on their struggles. It was about the birth of the country. The movie is a true story. It is a great lesson about freedom. People who do not want to live in a free country must never lose their faith in the ideals of freedom. The film also shows how easy it is to become a slave to your beliefs. However, the film has some bad points. The way that the immigrant's rights were not presented. For example, the film never mentions the ten percent of the people who left the country before the Immigration Act of 1924, which allowed for immigrants to remain in the country as long as they could support themselves. This would have shown that immigrants often had trouble adapting to their new country. The movie also does not show much of the politics of the time. There was not a lot of social or political commentary about the immigrants. This is a good film for everyone to watch because it shows how immigrants from all walks of life brought a lot of different ideas to the country. However, if you are interested in immigration and the U.S. immigration history, this movie will not be for you.

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I remember as a child that I heard stories about this movie, especially the part where Barbara Hershey died. It was after I was old enough to understand the story, and I was traumatized for some time afterwards. It was only after I heard the actual story that I understood why it happened. We all have dreams that become nightmares. When I heard the actual story, I could almost see the dream taking place. It was like the movie was happening to me, and I was dreaming. I felt like I was in a movie playing the part of Barbara Hershey, but I was really Barbara Hershey, the real Barbara Hershey. After watching this movie, I realized that what happened to me was the same for others. I watched this movie several times and could not shake the nightmares that my own dreams are. I hope to one day see the movie again, because I can see my own life as a dream, and that is why I wanted to share this movie. It is a powerful story, and a reminder of how we can all have our dreams become nightmares. This movie shows how easy it can happen, especially if you are young, and how hard it is to get out of it. I hope that this movie will inspire you, because you may not realize how far you can go when you try to escape from reality.

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Sharon R.

It was a great movie, great acting, great story, great story, great movies. Movies don't make you feel like you were there, they just let you get lost in the story. Don't let this one go.

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Daniel W.

I was amazed at the amount of violence shown in this film. We've all heard about the streets of L.A. as a place to stay and get a fresh start. The violence that was shown in this movie was extremely hard to watch, but at the same time I couldn't help but laugh at the excessive violence. The police were portrayed as corrupt and murderers. They were so busy doing something else that they didn't have time to do their job. They were very much involved in this violence, and when it ended it was over too quickly. We're all used to seeing this type of violence in the media. It's almost too much to take. There's too much going on in the news and it's hard to believe that this is what people have to deal with. It's just very sad.

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The documentary "The Silencers" is an hour and a half of pure awesome. For me, the most interesting part is when they interviewed the inventor of the silencer, who has since passed away. He is a former factory worker, who in the late '80s, decided to make his own silencer out of a piece of aluminum. He did it by hand, using a table saw and a small metal plate. He was not very successful, and eventually, the price for his invention was too high. The film shows how he took on the challenge and continued his work on his own, eventually opening up a factory in Israel, making thousands of silencers. He died in 2007, and his daughter, who is now living in Germany, started the Silencers for the World campaign, a project to make a silencer that costs just a couple dollars to make. The documentary ends with a clip of him speaking about the Silencers for the World campaign, and his thoughts on the current climate of political unrest in the US. I will definitely be watching this documentary a second time, and I recommend it to anyone who enjoys documentaries about people's lives and passions. It is an awesome documentary that I will watch over and over again.

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People are going to take one look at a picture and think it's some sort of art piece. I've seen a lot of films, but I've never been so impressed by a film in my life. I was so taken by this documentary that I wanted to watch it again and again. I've heard some people say that it's a documentary about race relations. I think it's a film about the way people behave. Some people will say that it's just a collection of photographs. That's the way I would describe it. But I think that it's a very honest look at people's lives. It's a must-see for everyone. The thing is, I've never met anybody who didn't say that this film changed their lives. I was so impressed by the way the film was made, and I'm very happy to know that people think that way.

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Joyce G.

Faced with the suggestion that a small group of friends at the height of their fame would have the moral courage to break up and move on, the group of friends in question - the Cosby Kids - don't budge. They decide that instead of splitting up, they will get themselves married and follow a strict set of rules. When the rules are broken, a funereal family dinner is arranged. The other rules include a vow to never smoke, abstain from sex for the rest of their lives, and refrain from drinking or using drugs. The rules are tested by their numbers. Although they are a tight knit group of friends, each has his or her own problems. Bill Cosby (played by Richard Pryor) suffers from a life-threatening brain tumor and is surrounded by three 'non-believers'. Lisa Marie Presley (played by Bette Midler) has a stuttering problem. In her youth, she suffered from severe depression and is said to be a virgin. She is also prone to wild behavior and an outburst that is recorded on video. Tom Hanks (played by John Travolta) is an alcoholic and a drug user. He has a habit of sleeping with other women and is hated by his mother and stepfather. Linda Carter (played by Rosie O'Donnell) is an alcoholic and has had her share of sexual encounters. She lives with her son and a teenage daughter. She is torn between her desire to be with her son and the demands of her stepmother. Everyone in the family has a negative attitude. The Cosby Kids are happy with their own situation. They decide to stick with the rules and go on with their lives. The Cosby Kids are a quirky and somewhat offbeat group of friends. They talk about the most random things. One of them has a machine that makes cheese balls and another has a microwave. They also seem to know everything about everything. They can recite the entire bible and they know about everything. They know all about everything. Even though they break the rules, they keep the promise of never smoking, abstaining from sex for the rest of their lives, and never drinking or using drugs. They also keep their promise to never speak ill of anyone. Bill Cosby and Lisa Marie Presley were the most famous of the Cosby Kids. They are the 'Crosby Kids'. The rest of the family are very unhappy with their lives. They have a strong sense of isolation. The Cosby Kids are also 'rock star' people. They are celebrities. The other members of the family live in the comfort of their own homes. They own a home

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John White

I've seen this film twice already and I really do recommend it to anyone who wants to be a bit more informed about the history of the Holocaust. The film is a good source of information about the Holocaust and shows the realities of the human suffering of the victims and the cruel treatment of the survivors. I would highly recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about the Holocaust.

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Russell Morris

I saw this documentary at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City and found it very moving and interesting. It is also a very personal story, but it's not your typical documentary. It is based on a book by J. Scott, the director of the film, and it was filmed on location in and around his home town in Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia. Scott's life is an incredibly successful one. He is a multi-millionaire, with many corporate and personal successes. He is also a respected artist, writer, and poet. He is not a saint or a saint, but he is a kind and gentle person who has given away so much of his life that he feels he owes something to his community and to his fellow humans. He feels that the people who have made his life possible have done it very well, and he feels a deep responsibility to share that with the world. He is a great deal of the reason why this documentary is so moving and important. He is a man of great love and compassion and he has had a very successful career, and has a good life. He has had his share of tragedy, but he has never lost his sense of humor. His friends, his neighbors, and the people he has met are his friends and neighbors, and he has had a lot of success with them. It is a bit strange to have a documentary about a man who is so successful and successful, but it is what it is. I found this film to be very moving, and I recommend it to anyone who is interested in understanding and feeling compassion and love for others. My rating for this film is 9 out of 10.

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This is a very sad and sad story. It's not a story about the Russian Revolution, but about the aftermath of the Soviet Union. The filmmakers were able to show the most horrible things about the collapse of the USSR. The documentary was very well done, and the information about the Soviet Union was quite well presented. It is hard to believe that this documentary is only available in Russian. I recommend it to anyone who wants to know what it was like for the people in the Soviet Union.

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I thought that this movie was very well made. I was afraid that the movie was going to be boring, but I was wrong. It's a very good movie that you should see. I was surprised how many people that it's a true story. I thought it was very realistic. The movie also tells you about how America has changed. It's a bit boring at times, but I guess that's the point of the movie. I think that people should see it. I think that if you want to see a really good documentary, then this is a must see. I hope that you like this movie, and I hope that you like it, because I did.

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Marilyn S.

I am a great fan of Halle Berry and I am a huge fan of Andy Warhol. But this documentary really made me love Halle Berry. It was so great to see Halle Berry work with this amazing crew. It was a very emotional experience. I was moved to tears at the end. It really is a must see. I think it will get a 9/10 from me.

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I am a recent graduate of the University of Toronto and was lucky enough to see this documentary at the Toronto Film Festival. I was completely blown away. The film tells the story of one woman who was the victim of a horrific rape by a stranger, and the tragedy that followed. It is a very intimate look into the woman's life, the rape and the recovery. The film makes the point that rape is not a one-off event, but rather a recurring cycle that is often a part of the lives of women. This is not a "one-off" event, but rather a regular occurrence in the lives of many women. The film is very powerful, and it is a great insight into the lives of many women who have experienced this type of incident. This is a film that I would recommend to anyone. The film is incredibly well-done and is very powerful. I highly recommend it.

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To tell you the truth I was hesitant about seeing this film, but when I saw it I was blown away. This is a story of a man who took his own life. It's a story of a man who felt alone and had no one to turn to for help. I was shocked to learn that he had no support system. I think it's a story that all of us should be able to relate to, if we are able to get through a crisis. The man in the film is shown as a very weak and depressed man. He has no friends and no family, and he was in a position of needing help. It's very clear that he needed help and that he was just not ready for it. I thought the film was very moving and very inspirational. The film also gave a very clear view of how the lack of a support system can affect someone's life and lead them to suicide. It showed the impact of this lack of a support system on the man and the woman he had a relationship with. I would recommend this film to anyone who is going through a crisis and wants to know more about how to cope with a crisis.

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Dennis S.

When the world's eyes are turned towards the troubled countries of the Middle East, the West has an obligation to provide aid and shelter to the innocent. Yet this film takes a critical look at how we are doing this. From the perspective of the individual. The film is a combination of interviews with women from Syria and Iraq, and it is very well done. It is also very effective in showing the impact that the war has had on the lives of the women. Many of the women are just as devastated as the men are. This film is a must see for anyone interested in the world's refugee crisis.