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To Be of Service

A documentary film about veterans with PTSD who find that, after other treatments fall short, a service dog helps them return to an independent feeling life.

Running Time
1 hours 28 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Josh Aronson
Josh Aronson
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 «To Be of Service» (5)

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Carolyn Garrett

In terms of time and effort I would put this movie somewhere around 30-40 minutes. The presentation of the issues is fairly effective, but the overall message seems to be that if you work hard and do well you can become successful in a few short years. There are some inconsistencies as to how long it took to get to "the top", as well as a lot of misconceptions about how a "successful" career is really like. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in studying the early stages of a career in the business world, but is not too concerned about details like "is the job really that hard?", or "how long does it take to get to the top?" For some it might be a good idea to make a timeline of your career as an investment adviser, but I'm not sure it would be worth it.

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I saw this at the London Film Festival and was not aware of its existence until afterwards. But I guess it has got a certain cult status that I am not aware of. Although the film is not a documentary, it is a very powerful portrait of the East Asian communist party. You would have to be very astute to miss the appearance of the current Chinese president Xi Jinping as well as the less well known leader of the Korean Workers Party (known as the Yellow Shirts). All of them were not really wanted by the Soviet Union, but supported the creation of the Communist Party and the Communist regimes that resulted from it. They were seen as the 'men of the people' who needed to be 'held down'. Despite the obvious flaws of the film, it is nevertheless a powerful reminder of the evils of the past and a glimpse of the present. The film is based on interviews with former members of the party and their descendants and it is not an 'inside look' as most documentaries are. This is simply a must see for anyone who is interested in the history of the Chinese Communist Party and the implications of its defeat in the Maoist Revolution.

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This film is one of the best I've ever seen. There are so many things that can be said about this movie but I'll leave that to you. This film has some great clips. I really do love the way these stories are told. It's funny. It's emotional. I think that this film is very important and will be remembered and be talked about for a long time. This film is definitely a must see. I really do hope that a director comes out with another film that uses this kind of material. This film is definitely not for everyone, but if you do see it, I hope you'll give it a chance.

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Sharon B.

This movie is a must see. I didn't even know it was an Israeli film until I looked it up on IMDb and was blown away. I had never heard of it before I watched it, but it has a very unique, and true, feel to it. It really makes you think about the war in Palestine, and the Israeli people. The stories are so diverse and interesting. I definitely recommend this movie.

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Emma H.

The truth is, this movie is a great example of what happens when you take a good story and make it a film. It shows the true story of a very famous person who was a good man, but was abused and lied to by the press and his wife. I have watched this movie many times and I can not get tired of it. I highly recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in the story of what happened to Marilyn Monroe.