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» (5)

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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.