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The Last Resort

The Last Resort is a movie starring Edna Buchanan, Susan Gladstone, and Stan Hughes. An uncannily revealing portrait of American photographers Andy Sweet and Gary Monroe and the vibrant community of Jewish retirees they obsessively...

Running Time
1 hours 10 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, History
Dennis Scholl, Kareem Tabsch
Stan Hughes, Susan Gladstone, Edna Buchanan, Mitchell Kaplan
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

An uncannily revealing portrait of American photographers Andy Sweet and Gary Monroe and the vibrant community of Jewish retirees they obsessively focused their camera's lens on in the sunburned paradise of 1970s Miami Beach.

Comments about documentary «The Last Resort» (6)

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Amber Bishop

A superb documentary about the drug war in Mexico, with many good examples of the way the drug war is going. I particularly liked the film's depiction of a journalist's attempts to understand what happened to his family in a border town. There are also good interviews with people who were involved in the drug war, such as former Vice President Vicente Fox. I also liked the interviews with people who were not involved in the drug war, such as Michael Moore, which were fascinating. I highly recommend this film.

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Margaret W.

I found this film very interesting and very touching. I like the fact that the filmmakers had the courage to expose the reality of what is going on in Afghanistan and the other parts of the world. In addition, the director was very careful to not make the film seem like a documentary. The director made the film look like a documentary, but not at all like a documentary. The film was very visually pleasing and I found it quite relaxing. The director gave the film an emotional, but also somewhat sobering feel to it. The director did a very good job in keeping the film from becoming boring and to make it a little more interesting. I think this is the film I will be watching again in the future.

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Roy S.

For a man with a PhD in religious studies, I'm amazed that he doesn't speak English at all. I'm not sure why he didn't, but he certainly could have. He makes a point of showing some of the more interesting historical documents, but when it comes to the actual testimony, he doesn't speak any English. He just shows what he's hearing, which is sometimes in English and sometimes in German, so you can't really tell what he's saying. One of the things that I love about this documentary is that it doesn't show the exact testimony of the eyewitnesses, but it doesn't seem to matter. I find it very difficult to judge whether they were telling the truth or not. The one thing I have to say about this documentary is that it is very clear. The interviewer really gets the full picture of what he's hearing, and that makes it all the more powerful. It's a very powerful documentary, and I recommend it for anyone who wants to know more about the events of 9/11.

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This documentary is a good representation of the reality of terrorism and the US's policies towards it. It is a very good look at what has been going on in the Middle East, and the "justification" for it. The interviewees are not people who have a specific ideology, but the people involved in the various conflicts. They are all people who have suffered from either the "Arab Spring" or the "war on terror". The documentary is very informative and very well done. I would recommend it.

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Matthew G.

At first, I was skeptical of the film, but the message it conveys is so important, that I just had to give it a chance. The trailer of this film is misleading, as it is only about a couple of minutes of the movie, and it has been used to mislead the public about what the movie actually is about. I would encourage people to watch this film. It is important that we all do our part to support this film and its message.

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Louis S.

It is a rare film that is both a good documentary and a film. The Last Resort is a documentary about the Canadian government's controversial decision to send troops to Iraq in 2004 to help fight the insurgency. It is a well-made documentary that provides a look into the operations and the politicians involved in the decision. The film is an excellent look into the decision making process and the cost and time involved in the decision. The film is quite informative and well-produced. The film does not try to convince the viewer that the decision was correct, but it does show the reasoning behind the decision and the political decisions that were made in the process. The film is well-done and I think it is well-worth watching.