Steam Love Goes Public

Love Goes Public

A Principal was call on to rescue a critically broken school. Ten years later, she is now working on her second socially and academically failing high school with a high dropout rate, riddled with crime, drugs, sex and teenage pregnancy.

Running Time
1 hours 8 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Ryan Wise, Kevin J. Flannagan, Jason S. Edwards
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 «Love Goes Public» (21)

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I saw this documentary at the SIFF Film Festival in Cannes in 2002. The movie was filmed by Joan Rivers and has been made into a documentary. The movie is divided into two parts. In the first part, Rivers interviews people from the town of Charlotte, North Carolina. In this part, the film focuses on Carol Bartowski, the only remaining African American in Charlotte. She is interviewed about her life, the events that led to her being fired, and the people who actually hired her. She also talks about her two kids who were involved in the protests. There are also a few people interviewed who are the reasons that she was fired, but not the reason she was fired. After the movie, the film is split into two, and the first part is shown. The second part, which takes place in Charlotte, covers what the town was like after she was fired. It is interesting to see the reaction of people, and what the town was like before she was fired. It is also interesting to see what kind of reaction she had, and what it was like. At the end, the movie ends with her and the protesters coming together to show the people of Charlotte how they should be reacting to the discrimination that they suffered. It is an interesting and interesting documentary.

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It's almost painful to see how much greater the impact of the Internet can be than the technology that it has spawned. It's almost as if our entire society's infrastructure and current ways of living are not designed to take advantage of the very fact that the Internet can be accessed from anywhere, at anytime. In a way, it is a wonder how our modern, interconnected society could have been constructed. We are certainly a sophisticated species, but the Internet is the true beginning of the end. I don't think that we're ready for this transition to be the norm. I would be shocked if we don't eventually look back and realize that the "old" ways of communication, at least in the U.S., are not how we're going to be dealing with this issue. Even though the Internet is everywhere, it will be the people who are most impacted by this change. I know that I'm going to have to reevaluate my attitude to the Internet, and I'm not sure how much I'll enjoy it in the next few years.

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I had an interesting experience watching this documentary. It's one of those documentaries that have an underlying message, but it's not the main focus of the film. It doesn't have a central character, but it's not about a person or a group. It's about the most private, personal thoughts and feelings that the people in the film have about each other and what they want out of their lives. It's also about the beliefs that one has about their beliefs, and the effect that they have on their relationship with others. If you're looking for a look into a group of people, and the process they go through in trying to understand their lives, this is a great way to do it. If you're looking for a look at a group of people, and how they relate to each other, this is a very different approach to it. It's a very philosophical film. It's also a very political film, and a very personal film. I recommend it, because it's a very interesting documentary. It's not a documentary that you'd necessarily watch over and over again, or have the same emotions and experiences that you had when you first watched it. It's not that you could watch it, and say that it's the same exact feelings and emotions that you had when you first watched it. It's different, and it's very interesting.

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Margaret K.

I've always been fascinated by the world of "lifestyle journalism." When I first heard of this film, I had never heard of it, and was surprised that it was about a person who was a full-time journalist and writer, but was also a very active member of the public. I really enjoyed watching it, and found it to be a really good documentary. The movie really got to the heart of what it was like to be a journalist, and to really understand how difficult it is to balance your work with your personal life. It really gave me a lot of insight into the life of these people, and I was able to see a lot of different facets of it, and really understand the power of social media. I really enjoyed the interviews, and I really think that the film is really worth watching. The main interview with Liz Fields really got me, and I really think that this is a really good documentary. I highly recommend this film.

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Johnny Fisher

It is very sad to see how the American public is becoming more and more influenced by the propaganda of the Illuminati. The film is extremely well done and the narration is brilliant. I have not been able to find a better explanation for the Illuminati than this film. I will be buying this film on DVD very soon. The information is shocking and it will make you question your own beliefs. The movie is not just about the Illuminati. It is about all the people who have been involved in the Illuminati. The movie shows you the people who are doing the "black ops" for the Illuminati and the people who are simply using them as "soldiers" in their "war on terror". I have watched this film many times and it is so entertaining. It is one of those films that you just have to watch and you will be very surprised at what you see. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to know more about the Illuminati and why they are doing what they are doing. This is a must see.

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Julia B.

The film is a good story of a little known issue of TV show Don't Ask Don't Tell. You can see the real issues involved, as well as the ridiculous ones. As the film is very realistic and doesn't try to exaggerate the issues, it gives a balanced view. You can see the changes from the old days, and the results are a perfect image of the different sides and the obstacles. Also, this film is about showing a whole side of the gay community, but it also shows the ridiculous sides of the gay community. I like this film because I'm not gay, and I have a very close relationship with the gay community. It shows the good side, and the bad sides, and also gives a balanced view. It's also a good film for people who don't know about the issue. But you have to know about the issue to understand the film.

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I am so glad to see a documentary that is not biased, full of facts, and without the help of the media. This film is a real eye opener to those of us who do not have a TV in our living rooms. I am not a big fan of the media, but this film was very interesting. It is true that some of the people interviewed were not in favor of the film, but I think they did a good job of presenting their side of the story. I would like to see more documentaries that are unbiased and based on the facts. I think this film is one of the best documentaries I have seen in a long time.

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The real reason why this documentary is so important is that it exposes the mind-set of our youth. It is a very important issue because it is a sign of how our society is turning away from what it means to be a human being. It is not just about drugs, but it is about the mindset of the youth and how they are being turned away from their own values. This is a documentary that I would recommend to anyone who has a chance to see it, because it is a very important issue. It is a documentary that will have you thinking about it for a long time. This documentary is a must see for any serious student of the human race.

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This documentary is a must see for all people of all ages. It is a very funny, well researched and well acted documentary. It does a great job of explaining the current political climate and the role of the media. It also tells a great story about how the media is corrupt and how the news is manipulated. It is one of the best documentaries I have seen in a long time.

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Peter Olson

I enjoyed this film very much, in particular, it's setting and the characters. I was impressed by the multiple ways in which the film addresses and exploits the human trafficking of women and girls in India. The theme of the film is one which is very relatable to me and I would recommend it to anyone. I also think it has a strong message, and one which I think is often missed when the topic is not discussed openly. As a woman who has lived the experience of having been sold into prostitution, I can recommend this film very strongly, but only to those who have been in similar situations themselves.

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David B.

I didn't know about this documentary until I saw it on HBO. It really was a fantastic documentary, and I'm glad I was able to see it. I just got back from the screening and it was a great, emotional and powerful film. It really gave me the idea of how difficult it is to be homeless, and how important it is to get out of the life we have. It really was a great film, and I hope people see it.

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Zachary S.

It was a rare day in 1987 when a film was shown on television which was so surprising, shocking, and thought-provoking. It was 'I Am Legend', and it was a blockbuster. 'I Am Legend' is a story about a man named Carl Denham who lives alone in a New England town, with his dog. In his life, he has three children and a wife named Beth, who he calls 'Old Beth'. Carl's wife is dying of cancer, and Carl has decided to do what he can to help her, even if it means helping his dog to die. Carl's actions will change the course of his life forever, and his actions will change the course of our lives as well. In a time when every American was focused on the idea of nuclear war, 'I Am Legend' shows the world how peaceful life could be if we could all just do what we wanted to. It shows that when we love someone, that love can be contagious, and that when we do good, we can make a difference in the world. The idea of Carl taking care of his dog is a perfect example of the best of human beings, and shows how the way we are can affect the people around us. This film also talks about the reality of cancer and its long-term effects, and how the disease can spread through a family. It also talks about the human desire to do something good, even if it means sacrificing something more important. As Carl struggles with the disease, he also takes care of his dog, which will change his life forever. It is a very special film, and I highly recommend it to anyone who loves a good film. 'I Am Legend' was a blockbuster, and it is a very good film. It is the best movie ever made, and it is one of the greatest films of all time.

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Jeremy Vargas

I enjoyed the documentary a lot, mainly because it gave an insight to what is going on in the world of sexual crime, and the strategies that the police and the justice system use. However, I did think that the people that were interviewed were more interesting, and provided more background. This documentary was a bit short, and only covers about a third of the lives of these sex offenders. However, I would recommend this documentary to anyone, as I think it provides a very interesting perspective on these cases.

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Doris M.

Most of the complaints I read about this film are that it's not quite as good as it's supposed to be. That's true. I don't think it's the most effective documentary I've ever seen. It lacks a certain wit that made the 'Steve Jobs' documentaries so successful. The problem is that this documentary is about Jobs more than it is about his company. He's just a very interesting guy who is involved with computers. If you're really into the tech world, and really want to know who he was, you could do a lot worse than this film. But it is not the most compelling documentary about Steve Jobs I've seen. It's not boring. But it's not great either. I'll probably see this film again. I really don't think it's as good as some people say it is.

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This is a very impressive documentary about the struggle of real people in the history of contemporary Hollywood and its stars. The film is interesting, witty, and it seems to say more about the Hollywood industry than any other documentary I have ever seen. I am not really familiar with the history of Hollywood and I think that the movie's history might be good for a deeper understanding of the times and the atmosphere of the time. Anyway, if you are interested in the Hollywood industry, you will definitely want to watch this film.

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Edward N.

A fantastic documentary about the global crisis of capitalism. This documentary is so important, it deserves more attention than it has received. The problem with capitalism is that it's about greed. It's about people who can't see beyond their own needs, and want to control everything. It's about people who want to control everything. The film shows us what happened to Greece and what is happening in Spain, and it shows us what is happening in the United States. It shows us that the government is really powerless to stop this problem. The film is a must-see for everyone. The people who are talking about this are the ones who are really in charge, not the politicians. If you have the chance to see this film, please do. You'll be glad you did.

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I thought this was a very good documentary. I really enjoyed the story of how a small town in Missouri became a national landmark in the 1980s. I think this is an excellent film. I also liked the fact that it showed how the government really was not that interested in what the people of the small town thought. The people in this town were not really the focus of the government's attention. The town was the focus. There were other stories about how the government was not really interested in the town. The town was just a place to use as a way station to get people to the state capital and back. I thought that this film was very well done. I also thought that the acting was good. The director did a great job. I also thought that the editing was very good. I thought that the director did a great job of letting the story flow. I think that this is a great film.

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I have never had the pleasure of watching a documentary like this, and the time I have spent watching it, I would never have had the time to write this review. The story of how this documentary was made and the people involved is inspiring and makes me want to live a life like this. This documentary is the reason I am a filmmaker and I hope that other people will see this and feel the same way about making documentaries.

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Diane Curtis

I really liked this film. I was really impressed with the way that the film was presented. While the subject matter is definitely controversial and not everybody would agree with the message of the film, it still makes for a great story. The documentary really does a great job of showing the documentary maker's journey through his days as a reporter covering a variety of news stories. It also shows the life of the photographer and also his love and admiration for his idol, Elvis Presley. The documentary was also very informative, in that it showed me the documentary maker's "point of view" on what happened during the events of the time period and how they relate to today's events. I am still a big fan of Elvis Presley and Elvis Presley is still my idol. I am also very familiar with the story of Elvis Presley and the biggest news story that happened during his life was his arrest on a charge of sexual assault. I would recommend that everyone watch this film, it's a very fascinating documentary about a man and a story that I personally would have never heard about if it wasn't for this documentary.

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Jane Anderson

I recently saw this film at the Toronto International Film Festival. It was an extremely well-done film and very moving. The story follows a woman named Susan, who is a single mother with a son. She is tired of living with her husband, and has recently had a miscarriage. She wants to move on with her life, but she is also haunted by the memory of her son who was killed by a drunk driver. Her husband is a lawyer, and he works on a case where a woman is murdered by a man she is sleeping with. He is working on the case as well, and she has recently been trying to get the case moved to the jury. Susan is not sure if she can do it, but she has the support of her friends and her son. The film is very well-made, with some very moving scenes. I highly recommend this film.

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Adam Cooper

I just saw the documentary, "Guns, Glamor, and the Meaning of Life" at the Tribeca Film Festival. It was amazing. The entire audience of about 100 people who attended the screening were riveted and mesmerized. I couldn't stop thinking about this film for the rest of the festival. I am not a gun or a gun owner, but I am an American who loves our country and wants to see it get back to what it was before the Second Amendment was passed. This movie is a must see for everyone who loves their country and is concerned about the future of our country. If you are not a gun owner, don't let the fact that you have a gun change your opinion about the country or our future. You are the most important thing in the world to the people of the United States. There is no way to know if this country will be great or not without you. This film is a must see and it's going to change people's minds. This is an amazing film and I can't wait to see it again.