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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
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Josh Aronson
Writer
Josh Aronson
Country
USA
Year
2019
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «To Be of Service» (17)

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Willie

I think this film is going to make a lot of people feel guilty. They should not be so quick to judge the other person. Sometimes we do things that are so awful, that we forget how beautiful our own minds are. What we can't even see. That is a very personal issue, and not everyone will understand. And we should not blame others for our actions. That is not always the case. If you're sad, don't blame someone else. I'm not a particularly happy person. I used to be a musician. I have no dreams or ambitions. I just have a job that I'm happy with. Sometimes it is easy to forget about that, and think we have nothing to complain about. I used to be quite a cynic. Now I have started to look at everything I do and try to learn from it. What I saw was not great. But it was OK. Maybe I should have seen it from a different angle. Because the way I saw it was not a good one. The new view of the world that I have started to learn about is that everything is not that bad. It's not always that bad. And sometimes it can be good. Sometimes the way we think about it, is not always the best. I think the film is a good starting point for that. It has good insights into the world. But it has some problems, too. It's not that good. It's not for everybody. And it's not a film that will make you happy. Sometimes, the main idea is not that bad. But it has some problems. I think that is a very hard thing to achieve. I think that there are a lot of people who are going to think that they are doing a good thing by watching this film. That's not a bad thing, it's a very good thing. But I think it is not a good thing at all. Maybe it's not the best idea, or maybe it's not the best thing that I've seen in my life, but I think it is not a good idea. It's not an idea that I can say that I think is good. But I can say that I think it's a good idea. I think that's a very hard thing to achieve.

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James A.

This documentary is an outstanding example of how a group of people can make a difference in the world. They have a great story to tell, and they have the courage to do it. The documentary is based on a true story of a group of volunteers who are risking their lives to help people in need. This documentary is a must see for everyone, regardless of what they believe in. The message is not only to show people that there are good people out there, but it is also to show that there is always someone who can be a hero. I highly recommend this documentary to everyone.

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Kimberly

This documentary is the final installment of the Sixties trilogy. It picks up with a brief introduction to the 1968 riots and the changes of the early seventies, where the Black Panthers were released and most of the white minority, who was racially and economically oppressed, were in revolt. The documentary is well done, but it's still missing a few elements, like the fight in front of the local TV station. It would be nice to have more background on the specifics of the riot and the Black Panthers, to see how they got involved. Also, the documentary could have shown more of the actual riot, and how it led to the black-white riots that have taken place since. The riots could have been more detailed and more relevant to the events taking place in the late seventies. That would have been a good way to show the complete story, as well as to give a better overview of the riot. The other issue is that there's a lot of footage of people on television, giving interviews. But what about those who were there? What did they say? Do they have anything to add to the story? Another thing I would have liked to see is more footage from the Black Panthers, as the whole of the community is still very active. But still, a very good documentary. I give it a seven out of ten.

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Nicole B.

I recently watched this documentary about the OAS. I was blown away by the honesty and the facts that were presented. I am not familiar with the history of the OAS but I am aware of the fact that the organization was created as a response to the United States' involvement in World War II. The documentary is extremely well made. The music, the visuals, the editing, and the production values all contribute to a feeling of authenticity. The documentary is extremely well done and well worth seeing.

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Raymond R.

I had been searching for this documentary for weeks. It is about a great American who, in his 50s, would be the last American who could write this kind of script. That is why the filmmaker was trying to find the other actors who would have had to perform this part. His search turned up a couple of names, but no script. After all, there are a lot of real American actors who could have done the job. A couple of others did the work, but the director did not want to pay them to do it. There is a lot of talk about their feelings, the way they came to the project, their aspirations. This is a documentary, and there is no doubt that they are the best actors who have ever been in this kind of movie. The director, who has worked with them on other projects, is very good. The young man who played the young man was great, and was a big surprise. But the producer who directed this film is really good. There is not a single negative element about this movie. And the score by the composer of "Apostle" was really good. So it was a great, easy movie to watch. And I can recommend it to anyone.

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Angela Warren

Despite its reputation, the Vietnam War was not the most violent of conflicts. While many people were killed in Vietnam, it was far more deadly than the wars in Korea and Iraq. In fact, in 1965, the average death rate for all causes was around 15 deaths per million people. For the most part, Vietnam was just a drop in the ocean. That's a far cry from the deaths of the hundreds of thousands in the Iraq War. It's also a far cry from the hundreds of thousands of people who were killed by US forces in Afghanistan. These statistics are by no means shocking. In fact, they are the most inhumane and shocking statistics I've ever seen. However, as an antiwar documentary, it is surprisingly honest and unpretentious. In fact, it is one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. This documentary is really hard to watch. As I was leaving the theater, I thought to myself, "I don't think I could have sat through this documentary on my own." But I'm glad I did. The film is presented in a way that is very real, as if we were actually witnessing it. The subjects are no celebrities. There are no celebrities in the film. In fact, you would never even think they were celebrities, given their military background. But they are real people, people who have to do the things that we have to do every day. For this reason, I think the film is very moving. The documentary does not glamorize war, nor does it focus on the military, but it just looks at the people who are living in it, and how they have to deal with the conflicts that arise. We are reminded of the horrible atrocities that have taken place in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and we're reminded of the unfortunate consequences that this violence has brought upon our own country. We are reminded of the dangers that the war brings. This is why the film is so powerful. It shows us the horrible effects of war on the people living in it, and it does this in an honest and unpretentious way. It doesn't sugarcoat the horror. And it does this without using every weapon in the arsenal. The documentary does not glorify war. It does not glamorize it. The subject of the film is the people who are fighting in the war. That's what makes the film effective. As a documentary, this is one of the best I've ever seen. I recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about war and what it does to people. The film is interesting and well done, and I think that anyone would be moved by it. It is really well made. The film is produced in a way that doesn't

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John H.

This is a film about some of the most influential women in history, that were either convicted or assassinated, and the various stories that surround their lives and lives of their subjects. It starts with Princess Elizabeth, the queen of England, who was born in the Ottoman Empire. Her mother was a commoner, not even a princess. The Turkish court is known to have employed prostitutes to seduce and groom her son. They then caused her to commit suicide. Her two brothers (Edward VIII and Edward Tallent) were both enemies of the crown, but they had a love for her and even though they knew she was doomed, they could not accept her suicide. They ended up forming a partnership with her. Their marriage was arranged, in her father's will, in order to be her husband's heir and heir. She then became queen and his heir, thus becoming the de facto monarch of the British Isles. She did not give up her independence, however, and she continued to live in a castle with a maid and a servant, but she could still travel freely. She did not attempt to hide her secret. In fact, she made the decision to live openly. She came out publicly in favor of gay rights. She also supported women's rights, however, she was very liberal. She supported women's suffrage, though she believed in the need for strict laws and constitutional restraints on parliament and the government. She did not support the Black Plague, which was one of the reasons she was such an outspoken critic of the war in the Middle East. She was not afraid to say what she thought, and she was also very courageous. In addition, she supported many social reforms, including the Women's' Suffrage movement, the Eighteenth Amendment, the Women's Law. She even held a massive rally in London, where she stated that women had not been given equal rights to men in the United Kingdom, and that they would not be granted rights to vote until they had their rights in the United States. She was, in fact, one of the leaders in the fight for women's rights. This film is worth watching for the important stories and for the films that were made about the lives of these women. It was the first time in the history of cinema that a woman played an important role. In addition, it was the first time that women were the center of attention. It was also a very important film for its time, as it represented the end of the Victorian era, where the media became very controlling and controlled the lives of women. As it was, women were still not given equal rights. It was, in fact, during the war in the Middle East that the social rights of women were more than just discussed. The

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Amber Sanchez

At the end of the day, this is a movie about the life of a janitor in a refugee camp. The director manages to convey the pain, the depression, the hopelessness that comes with a life on the margins of society. It is not necessarily a good movie. It is not always about the action on the screen, but more about the people in the refugee camp, and how they relate to their neighbors and the outside world. It is hard to believe that the director of 'City of God' and 'Be My Baby' was not a refugee himself. The director also managed to capture some of the music, the beauty and the sadness of the refugee camp. He tells the story of how the lives of these people have changed after the war, and how they cope with the loss of their homes. The refugees are portrayed as so many different kinds of people, and that is the beauty of this movie. It is easy to sympathize with them, but it is not easy to sympathize with the government. At the end of the day, it is about how hard it is to come to terms with loss and to adapt to life on the margins. This movie tells it like it is.

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Evelyn H.

This is a good documentary about a very complicated subject. And in some ways it is quite depressing. But I would be willing to bet that this is what the country needs. Especially when the current Republican administration has abandoned the scientific and societal importance of the environment and gone to war with climate change. I hope that the movie will reach a broader audience.

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Carolyn W.

Two of the most important speeches of the 1960's, George Orwell's "1984" and Dr. Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" were covered here by the two people that were in the front line of the struggle for civil rights. All of us know from the first days of the Civil Rights movement that the people of color had a different vision of the world, that they had more power than whites, that they were the minority and that they had to make the best of the situation. This film does an excellent job of showing us what that struggle was about, and I'm glad that I saw it. I don't like seeing the struggle with the "good" white people, and I found this movie to be very honest and honest about the reality that was faced by the people of color. This film also helped to give us a more complete picture of how far we have come as a country.

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Jonathan Medina

Films about music can be just as interesting as films about other aspects of life, if the film is honest, professional, and does not seek to cater to the lowest common denominator. Even when the music industry is considered to be the pinnacle of the industry, this film is a must see. This is one of those films that highlights the issues of the music industry, and the issues of musicians who are trying to make it in the business. I have always been a huge fan of the film "Gong ga eul geom" (For My Father) and this documentary is no exception. The documentary is very well put together, with interviews, animations, and video clips from both musicians and those who are trying to get into the music industry. It does not feel forced at all, and if you like music you will be entertained and entertained. The film does not want to be something that it is not, but a documentary about music. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in music.

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Brenda Dunn

I saw this documentary on HBO, and I was stunned by the emotional impact it had on me. I'm not a fan of political documentaries, but this one was truly amazing. I think the only thing I would have changed is the voice-over narration. I'm sure there are people who like that kind of narration, but it took away from the overall impact of the film. I felt so much more connected to the subject matter, and I felt that the documentary was so much more powerful and insightful than I thought it would be. I think this is a documentary that should be viewed by everyone. I'm sure that a lot of people will be able to relate to the subject matter, and that the documentary itself is a very powerful and important statement about the future of our country. I'm definitely going to see it again. It was definitely a film that I will never forget. I think everyone should see it, and I'm sure that it will change the way that you think about politics and the future of our country.

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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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Henry

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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Adam

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.