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Finding Oscar

Finding Oscar is a movie starring Kate Doyle, Scott Greathead, and Fredy Peccerelli. FINDING OSCAR is a feature length documentary about the search for justice in the devastating case of the Dos Erres massacre in Guatemala. That...

Running Time
1 hours 40 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Crime, Drama, Documentary, History, Mystery
Ryan Suffern
Mark Monroe, Ryan Suffern
Fredy Peccerelli, Kate Doyle, Scott Greathead, Sebastian Rotella
Canada, Guatemala, USA
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

FINDING OSCAR is a feature length documentary about the search for justice in the devastating case of the Dos Erres massacre in Guatemala. That search leads to the trail of two little boys who were plucked from a nightmare and offer the only living evidence that ties the Guatemalan government to the massacre.

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Jordan S.

This is an interesting documentary about a little known Italian writer, Alfredo Arcimboldi, who wrote a book called "Oscar", which was a very influential book that influenced filmmakers throughout the world. This is the story of the book and how it influenced films like "Citizen Kane" and "RKO" and even made Oscar winner, James Cameron a movie director. This documentary is very interesting, but I think it could have been a little more detailed, but overall I think it's a very interesting documentary. I like the idea of the documentary, but I think it could have been a little more in-depth. This is just my opinion.

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Elizabeth M.

An excellent documentary on the subject of the Oscar of a century ago. The interviews with those who were involved, and also with those who were not, are illuminating and fascinating. It's also very touching and moving. A very personal documentary.

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Frank G.

I first saw this film on the Sci-Fi channel. It was the only one that I saw. I didn't see it again until a few years later, but I'm still happy to have seen it. It's about the murder of famed author Arthur Conan Doyle, who was found murdered in his home. It is a fascinating look at the criminal investigation into his murder. As it was, it was not a particularly interesting film. But the performances by Robert Redford and Diane Venora are very good, and the story is very moving and well-written. It's a great film. I give it a 7/10.

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I'm a huge fan of documentaries and love the way that they are done. I've been a fan of Oscar-winning director Ken Burns since his first documentary, "A River Runs Through It," was released. This documentary is a follow-up of sorts to that first documentary and follows the life of Oscar, a gold miner and white supremacist. The film does a fantastic job of showing the rich detail of Oscar's life and how he grew up to become the man he is today. There are several interviews with Oscar himself and his family, many of whom are portrayed in a sympathetic light. We get to hear from his mother, his sisters, his siblings and his children, who are portrayed as almost as important as Oscar himself. It's not a documentary that would appeal to everyone, but for anyone who enjoys documentaries and wants to see some brilliant and honest film-making, this is the documentary to watch.

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Jean M.

This documentary is based on the death of Oscar Pistorius, a South African Paralympian who, at the age of 21, shot a gun in self defense in his home. The film tells the story of the sports and media coverage of the trial and the consequent backlash against the justice system, the media, and the country. The film shows the critical role that the media played in a country that was gripped by fear. It also shows the mainstream reaction to the verdict. While the film does not mention the reasons for Pistorius' acquittal, it shows the power of the media to influence the verdict and the public's perception of the crime. The film also covers the reaction of the country and the political system to the verdict. It also provides a discussion of how the country reacted to the verdict. The film has some excellent interviews with experts, journalists, and sports fans. It also contains several very well-done news clips, and an overview of the verdict and the trial. The film does not cover the whole trial, but focuses on the news coverage of the trial. It also shows the reaction of the country and the political system to the verdict. Overall, the film is a very good and interesting documentary that will appeal to fans of the sport and those interested in the judicial system in South Africa.

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Carol Russell

I've been a fan of the movie since it was released. But when I first heard about the subject matter, I wasn't ready for the subject matter, or even the subject matter itself. So I wasn't ready to watch it, and I was ready to just watch it to see how the movie ended. And I was surprised. I'm not a fan of the subject matter, but I've seen so many documentaries about it, that I didn't think that I would be able to watch this one. But I was wrong. This is the best documentary I've seen in a long time. The documentary is incredibly well made. The documentaries are often very entertaining, but this one really takes you to the heart of the issue, and tells you the real story. This is the real story of what happened in Haiti, and how this story was told. The documentary really is very powerful. It really puts the power of the government to one side, and shows the reality of what really happened. The documentary really brings you to the heart of what happened, and it really makes you think. This documentary really is a must see, and it's very very important.

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Brandon Black

Oscar was a short documentary that follows the documentary maker and documentary "Best in Show" champion of 2004, Emmy Award winner James Carville, through his journey to get his documentary nominated for Best Documentary Feature. Carville, who has been a political pundit and activist since the 1960's, goes through his journey from being an extremely political person to becoming a documentary film maker, with great success. It is an interesting, entertaining, and thought provoking documentary that will leave you thinking about what you were just watching and hopefully give you a few good things to think about when you are watching it. The documentary is well worth watching.

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The acting is very good. The documentary is good too. I didn't have any problems with the film. The only problem I have with the film is that it is so focused on the social situation of the Chilean working class, that it misses some of the historical context. The situation is very different in the US, in terms of the economy and the educational system. This is a documentary, not a history lesson. The documentary is good enough, but it is very focused on the working class and the working class is not the same in every country. This is a good film, and it is a documentary with a lot of insight and a good balance of social and historical context. The documentary is good, but it is too focused on the social situation of the working class. If it was more on the historical context, the film would be a lot better.

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I am the person who is skeptical of "Oscar", and I do not have a lot of faith in its ability to be an entertaining documentary. The first half of the film was interesting and informative, and was good in that it showed a good side of the academy, and the problem with the academy. The second half was a mess, and when I saw that the documentary was over, I was very disappointed. I am a huge fan of award shows, and I would have been very interested to see if this documentary could be "inclusive" (i.e. it could be made to show all types of awards, rather than just those given out by the academy). That is, if the documentary did not have some very glaring flaws in its design. For instance, the documentaries that were done on other Oscar ceremonies were very good, and were made to show the problems and struggles of the people involved. There was one documentary that I watched, that was done by a different organization, that was about the Oscars. I did not know what it was about, but it was very good. The other thing that I was very disappointed in was that there were two segments of the documentary that were made to show how this documentary could have been more accurate. First, the documentary showed a clip of a letter written by a woman to the academy. This was very impressive because the academy has a history of using women to nominate or award films, and of not nominating or awarding films. The second part of the documentary was a clip of a woman in a wheelchair, who was nominated for best actress, and who was on stage at the awards ceremony. It was very impressive because she had a very small role, and she had only a few lines. The problem with the second part of the documentary was that the woman had a good character, and was actually very well acted. This is something that I do not have a lot of faith in, and in the end, the documentary was very misleading. I did not know that there were two different segments, and was very disappointed in this. I did not have high hopes for this documentary, and it was not very good. The documentary is not as good as the documentary "I'm Still Here", which I did not like either. However, I would not recommend it. It is not a documentary that I would like to see again. I would not recommend it to anyone.

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I've always been a fan of Oscar-winning documentary films, as I believe that documentary films can be very inspiring. As a documentary filmmaker myself, I have to say that this is definitely one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. I love how the filmmakers choose the subjects, the circumstances, the main characters, and how the filmmakers give the viewer a voice in this film. The filmmaker's voice is strong and in some cases, I was completely engaged in the film. The most important thing about this film is that it shows that sometimes we don't have to have a conflict between the person and the object of our desire. It is a great documentary to see. If you're a filmmaker, I would highly recommend this film to you. I give this film a 7 out of 10.

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Steven C.

Oscar is a documentary about the 2001 Academy Awards that honors films that represent the arts. I had never heard of it and was really interested in seeing it. The documentary was well-done, but it didn't explain much about the awards. I know there are many awards that are given out, but I didn't really get to know much about them. For example, what is the criteria that the Academy uses for deciding which films should win the awards? I think the Academy has a pretty good idea of what is important, but I don't know if they follow the same criteria as a lot of other people do. I did like that the documentary wasn't really all that political and wasn't about some group of people or some event. I also thought the documentary was interesting, but it didn't really explain anything about the award. It was just a summary of the films that were nominated. I was really interested in the Oscar, but I didn't really get to know much about it.

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Amber W.

Oscar is one of those movies that make you think about the human condition. The documentary that begins with an interview with Oscar-winning actor Edward Norton is very interesting and gives you a great insight into Oscar's character and his family. This documentary also tells the story of Oscar, his wife, his son and the conflict between Oscar and his wife. There is also a little bit about the Oscars of the year, the movie that was nominated for the Oscar for Best Picture, and the movie that won the Oscar for Best Director. It is really good to see how Oscar was able to keep his family together after the tragedy that happened to him. There is also a little bit about the struggles that Oscar had to deal with after the accident. I really enjoyed the interviews and the fact that this documentary gave me an insight into Oscar. This documentary is really good and worth watching.

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Benjamin Hart

I know this movie is not a documentary, but I thought the documentary style would be a little more interesting. I really enjoyed watching this movie, and I really liked the way it was filmed. I thought the subjects were so interesting, and I really think it would have been better if they had spent more time on the interviews and less on the interviewees. It is a great documentary, but it could have been better if it had more time to talk about the subjects. I think it was a good documentary, but it could have been better.

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Joshua Rogers

You can't understand the way it is in the real world if you are not involved in the life of a black person. A very short time ago, I was a white woman living in the suburbs of Chicago. I went to a predominantly black high school. It was a new place to me. And I had not really been exposed to black people in a negative way. This film is about how race can affect our relationships with our family, friends and our communities. We have to be careful not to use race as an excuse to be mean or hateful. I think it is a very important movie to show people how the world really is and how the real world is. This is a film that is not for everyone, but it is a film that I recommend to anyone who is interested in the topic.

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Julie Santos

We know what Oscar is. The Academy Award for Best Picture. We know the reason why they do it. We also know that there is a whole lot of people out there who don't like it. I know that I personally hate the Oscars and I was expecting to hate this movie as well. But, I was wrong. The movie is actually very interesting. The film follows the Oscar nominations and the people who are nominated for them. We follow the nominees and the people who are trying to get them. It's a great movie and definitely worth watching. If you like Oscar then you will like this film. This film is worth watching. It's interesting and it is entertaining. I give it a 7 out of 10.

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Aaron C.

Oscar is an excellent documentary about the award ceremonies in Hollywood and the people involved. The main focus of the film is on the five members of the Academy who were involved in the selection of the Oscars, but the majority of the film is dedicated to discussing the actual awards ceremonies. I enjoyed this documentary. The performances were excellent and the film showed the emotions and opinions of the people involved. The film was definitely interesting and worth watching.

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Roy P.

First, let me say that I'm not a guy. I don't think that I'm a good judge of the worthiness of a documentary, and I really do not like seeing this kind of stuff. I didn't read the book, but I did watch the movie. So I do have some opinions on it, but I'm not sure what else to say. The movie is about the Oscar Wilde and his relationship with his wife. It was a very interesting and entertaining film. The last 10 minutes of the movie were a little bit over the top, but I don't really care about that. The movie does a good job of telling the story of Wilde and his life, and the relationship with his wife, and I found it to be a really interesting film. I would recommend it to anyone who likes movies about the life of famous people, but I don't think that it's a must-see.

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Janet F.

I really don't like these movies, especially when the filmmaker is not a filmmaker. The reason is because the director is not interested in the art of film making, but rather in promoting his own brand of anti-American propaganda. It is really unfortunate that this is how we got from The Godfather to Oliver Stone's documentary on the Vietnam war. It's really sad that we have become so cynical about films that were once considered the pride of Hollywood. The truth is that Hollywood really has a lot of good films. Unfortunately, they are not being made, which is the same reason that the films that are being made today are so dull and boring. I think it is sad that the director of the film told me that he thought he would have a successful documentary if he did not make the film. I really hope that he never makes another film.