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Far from the Tree

Far from the Tree is a movie starring Amy Allnutt, Jack Allnutt, and Harry Burdick. Based on the NY Times bestselling book by Andrew Solomon, Far from the Tree examines the experiences of families in which parents and children are...

Other Titles
Longe da árvore, Far From the Tree, いろとりどりの親子
Running Time
1 hours 33 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Jamila Ephron, Rachel Dretzin
Harry Burdick, Amy Allnutt, Emily Perl Kingsley, Jack Allnutt
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

Based on the NY Times bestselling book by Andrew Solomon, Far from the Tree examines the experiences of families in which parents and children are profoundly different from one another in a variety of ways.

Comments about documentary «Far from the Tree» (26)

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I don't know how much of this film was done on location but it certainly is worth a look for a very good insight into the life of an actress. Watching her life was a very interesting and enlightening experience for me. I watched the whole thing and I still don't know how much was scripted and how much was just her personality and her own experience. It seems she spent her entire life living in some sort of mental asylum. She was so eccentric and wild and she lived and worked her whole life in some sort of mental hospital. She had a very erratic and unpredictable personality that made her and the audience to laugh and feel sorry for her. Her father was a legendary actor and he was also extremely eccentric and had a wild personality and he also spent his entire life in some mental asylum. She was very similar to that. And she also had a crazy husband who died of a stroke and was just like that. It was really a life for her. I would also like to add that all the people in the film were actors who played themselves. So there was no real acting involved. It was just a story that she had to tell and she told it in a very unusual way. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone who wants to know more about how an actress lives and works.

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Eugene Keller

I am glad to see that the media has come to accept and pay homage to a truly great human being and his remarkable and honest presentation of the tragic situation in Darfur. The director and journalist who was with him in his journey, was a true hero. While there was a lot of conflicting information presented about the situation in Darfur, there was still a lot of hope that the situation would change. It's hard to be pessimistic about the situation, especially when you live it, you have a chance to witness first hand the effect that war has on people and how their lives are affected. I think that we all can relate to the story, we have all been in situations where there was something wrong in the lives of our family, friends or acquaintances. When we read these stories we want to make sure that these people get help. The film is a great representation of what it takes to break the cycle of violence and the fight against poverty. It is a great inspiration to the world, and I urge everyone to watch this film.

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Jeremy Jimenez

I've watched this movie a few times and I love it. It's really funny. The only problem I had was the fake snow falling everywhere, which is not real. It was supposed to be snowing in Hawaii. A lot of other problems are also solved, but not for a good reason. The reason is that they're too many characters in this movie, but it's still funny. And the end is amazing. You will love it!

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Doris Peterson

A powerful film that hits the nail on the head. The pictures are stunning and the characters are incredibly realistic. The stories are powerful, and the ending is truly profound. I'm no expert on animal rights, but I'm an animal lover. I've seen documentaries that were more about that, and some were much more about the suffering of animals. However, this film was able to do both. It was truly an eye opener and really made me understand how terrible the suffering of animals can be, and the importance of people knowing about this. It is definitely a film that I'll be recommending to everyone I know.

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Ruth Andrews

I have never been a Bob Marley fan but after watching this documentary I am convinced that Bob Marley is an inspiration to all people of any race, color or creed. I am really sad to say that Bob Marley was robbed of his life and his legacy. But there is still hope for a young man like me who had an incredible amount of opportunity to achieve. He chose to die and chose the life of a drug addict instead of living. It is sad that there are not enough people in the world to take a step in his path and even the old people in his family told him that they could not help him. I am very proud to be his grand-father and I hope that my grandson can achieve as much as I did.

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Tiffany Jensen

This documentary, "The End of the Rainbow," is truly a landmark. It is the first documentary I've ever seen that is so open and even-handed in its portrayal of those who have experienced so much pain and hardship, but somehow have chosen to continue living the good life. The film follows several people throughout their lives as they face the bitter truth that they will never be able to enjoy a meaningful life. It starts with a simple story about a young man who is having an affair with a younger woman and is then told that he must give up his job. Then, as his depression and anxiety take over, we see many other stories of people who are going through this process. Most of the subjects of the film are forced to face this. They have to face that there will be no more meaningful days, that they have no future, that the life they are living is pointless. But they don't have to face the consequences of their actions. They can choose to continue to live the way they want to, and many of them do. The majority of the film is about how they chose to continue. As the film progresses, you can feel the pain and the agony that these people go through, but it doesn't seem like they are making any choices to change. It seems like they have no choice, and that is a true sign of the true meaning of the film. It's almost as if these people are choosing to be in this situation, and it's a choice that they can't deny. The film is truly powerful and honest. It takes a lot of guts to go through this, but it's also a life-changing decision. I am convinced that this documentary will change lives and be a landmark for people in the future. I can't recommend it enough. It is a must-see.

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This documentary covers a lot of the same ground as TreeHugger's TreeHugger documentary, but is somewhat more accessible. The audience gets to see the history of the UK trees, the challenges the company faced to achieve their goal, and how they overcame the various challenges to complete their project. A lot of great footage is shown, and they spend time with the actual trees, and the people who live on the land, such as the trees' carers. I'm impressed with how the viewer can follow the plot without being lost in the mazes of bureaucracy. This is the only documentary that I have seen that touches on what the trees' carers are doing. The audience is also treated to footage of the construction of the project, and the work of the staff, who are now all working on the project to keep it going. I felt that there were more of the facts about the trees, but the history of the company was not explored as much as it should have been. The purpose of the film was to show what the public has been denied, and show how the public should care for the trees.

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I'm surprised that it took this long to make a documentary about these people, who have been dismissed by many as delusional. They are telling us the truth about their lives, with courage and humor. They are amazing, and so much like everyone else. It's amazing to see how much these people have suffered. Their stories are heartbreaking, and heartbreakingly human. I've been trying to convince my son to watch this documentary, but he hasn't. I am so glad he is finally seeing this, and this is why I feel compelled to write this review. I want to make sure he doesn't miss out on anything worthwhile. You don't have to be a parent or a doctor to see this, but if you are, you owe it to yourself to watch this, and help others see it as well.

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Well done to all those involved in this, in particular the filmmakers who got some help from their local MP to get the footage. The music by which this was produced is remarkable and extremely touching. The story is sad and sometimes depressing but it's extremely well crafted and there are many interesting moments. I recommend this movie to anyone who likes documentaries and how people are affected by their own thoughts and actions.

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This film was just like a documentary. I thought it was great. I also thought it was a wonderful documentary on a subject of universal importance. I watched it and I was intrigued to know more about the man who created the world and the values he had. This documentary follows the life of Dr. Herbert Benson and his journey to achieve a greater awareness of the world around him. This film is so deep and thoughtful. There are many people who have made this film available to view for free on the internet. However, it is not free to view on a large screen. You have to download it to your computer. It is a wonderful film that is very educational and it shows the things that you cannot see with the eyes. This is a must see film. It is amazing to see how some people work so hard to get to know others. It is also a great film to see people of all backgrounds and cultures with a variety of views. It is a great film for anyone who has ever wanted to know more about the world around us.

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Joan Stevens

This is a truly amazing documentary about a most inspirational story.I watched it again last night and i realized that i have to see it a few more times. The movie is extremely well crafted and it is narrated with such emotion that it almost makes you feel like you are there.The movie gives a great insight on the so called "western way of life".It is really good to watch the way they live their lives and also how they talk about these things.I would recommend this movie to everyone,it is truly inspirational and it will make you feel like you are a part of the is amazing.

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The film is wonderful to watch, in fact it's just so much fun to watch. There's so much that you can learn from this film, and the more you watch it the more you learn. I'd recommend it to anyone who enjoys nature documentaries and is interested in animals. It's also a great way to spend an evening. So many of the things in the film are true and so many of the things that you learn from the film are true as well. The people who are interviewed are so awesome to watch, they are amazing and amazing. So many amazing people! My favorites are Robin Williams (he is so cool), Michael Gross, Adam Pascal, and Phil Hartman. I really love the look at the effects of the chemicals in the environment on animals, the effects on people, and the effects of the effects on nature. I'm going to get this movie on DVD so I can show it to my kids and they can watch it with me. It's just so amazing!

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Douglas Schneider

This is a documentary that shows the many ways that the illegal immigrants in the US are being treated, abused, and humiliated by the government and the police. The men are well-known and are not afraid to speak up about their treatment by the police. Their stories are riveting and depressing, yet interesting and inspiring. The entire story is told with the people's faces and voices, making it very accessible to the viewer. There is no in-depth interviews with police or anyone else involved in the incident. Instead, the film uses the real people's stories and the footage to tell the story. For the most part, this is a very entertaining and insightful documentary.

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As a long-time advocate of peace and tolerance, I was delighted to see this film, which shows how important it is to teach the truth about the other side of the world. The film begins in the U.S. and travels to Africa and the Middle East. The scenes are seamless, as if the director had a clear vision and a passion for the subject matter. The film follows the story of a group of young women, who are involved in a trade that involves the transportation of young women across the Sahara desert. The women are kidnapped and held in a remote village in the desert. The girls are then sold to an Arab trader, who sells them to another trader, who is a powerful man in his own right. The trader and his family are involved in a relationship that is violent, and the girls are taken into the desert. There are many scenes that are sad and painful, as the girls are left in the desert, where they have no food or water, and where they are attacked by animals. The story is told in such a way that the viewer feels the pain of the girls and their families, but also feels the compassion of the traders. The film is based on a true story, and is not just about the trade. It is about how the trade affects the lives of the women and their families, and how the traders are not held accountable for the terrible things that they do to the women. This is a powerful film, that should be seen by everyone.

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Laura C.

I saw this film at the Toronto Film Festival and I was blown away by it. It was a very different experience than I was expecting, and I can't wait to see it again. I can't help but feel like I'm watching a documentary, and I do think that I've seen enough documentaries, but this is different. I think this is one of the most powerful films I've ever seen. I can't think of any other film that has had such an impact on me. The fact that this film was made and I watched it is proof that people are making films like this. I hope that more people will see this film and find their way to see it. It is a film that will stay with you for a very long time. I cannot recommend this film enough. It is a true story that should be seen by all.

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Jordan C.

I was lucky enough to be able to view this documentary at the Tribeca Film Festival, and it was a tremendous pleasure to see it. I really liked it. I think it is a great documentary, because it shows the way the world is now, and the way the world has been for the last 50 years. The documentary is not only about the environment, it is about the way we as a human race have been affected by the environment. It shows how the world is changing and how it affects people in different ways. The documentary is very well done. The director and the entire team did an amazing job. The music is amazing. The actors did an amazing job. It is a very thought provoking documentary that shows how we as a human race have been affected by the environment, and how we can use our minds to help change the way the world is. I would highly recommend this documentary.

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Adam B.

I think this film is a great piece of cinema. I like the way they have shown the struggles of the women, and how the men are just as bad. They show the difference between the men and the women. I think it is great. It is very interesting to watch, and I think it is very important that it is shown to women. I think it is important that we are not seen as this helpless, helpless little victims. I think that this film is very important. It is very important that women see this film, and also see how they are treated in society. I think this film is very important.

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The documentary is a fantastic film. It's a little too long, but it's well worth it. The film is packed with stunning footage of the people living on the island. It's the story of what happens when the people of a small island find themselves out of luck. The film is informative, but also emotional. The film is a wonderful document of the people and their daily struggles. It also brings to light the corruption and greed of the island. The documentary is very well done. It's hard to believe that it was made in a few years. The people of the island are truly amazing. The film is well worth seeing.

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Ryan James

I was stunned by the quality of the documentary. It was superbly edited, and the writing, photography and acting were all excellent. The idea that there is a "J'Accuse" type of "stereotype" that we all carry in our heads is very true and valid. I think the "A-list" people in the documentary, who are the ones who are supposed to be able to provide the real insights, were all really good. I have a hard time believing that a single person in the world has been able to do this. It's really a wonder. I was also surprised that some of the very negative comments were actually from people who had a real opinion on this matter. The documentary is really about the issue of "racial profiling" and how it is so often misused and misused to the point of being offensive. I would highly recommend it to anyone who cares about this issue. I think this documentary will really make a difference in the world.

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Katherine Sanders

I have seen this movie about a dozen times and I will see it again. It is a beautiful and important documentary about the gay community and the people that they are. The people that they are, are the ones that are the real heroes in the gay community. This movie is not just about gay people, it is about all of us. The documentary is very moving, it touches your heart, and it makes you think about your life and what is important in life. It shows you that there is no place for prejudice and discrimination in any society. It shows you that everyone is equal and that no one should be treated differently just because of their sexual orientation. I would recommend this movie to everyone, not just the gay community.

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Christina H.

I found this documentary very moving and thought provoking. The film is narrated by Ben Stiller and Nick Nolte. I found it very interesting how the two actors were able to use their real lives to inspire and tell the story of the film. The film is very informative and very powerful. The fact that the subjects had to use their real names is incredible. It is very important to let the people know how important this film is and that they are not alone in their thoughts. I would recommend this film to anyone who is looking for a good documentary to watch. The film is very well done and I was very impressed by the way the director and his subjects were able to use their real lives to inspire the story of the film. This is a powerful film that will make you think about your own life and how you could be better. I believe this film is very important and very powerful.

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I've never really seen a documentary about the wildlife of the Amazon. Usually, I see documentaries about the plants and animals. This one was different because it was about the animals, and the wildlife. I'm not a big fan of documentaries, but I was pleasantly surprised by this one. The production was good, the footage was good, and the information was really interesting. There was a lot of footage of the animals that I had never seen before, and it was really interesting to see them interact with each other. I liked the way the story was told, and I like that the animals were portrayed in a naturalistic way, and the film makers did a really good job at that. The animals themselves were great, and the film makers did a great job of capturing the animals' personalities and behaviors. This documentary really gives you a good idea of what it's like to live in the Amazon. It's very inspiring and definitely worth seeing.

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Doris Little

I have always been fascinated by the role that nature plays in our lives. I believe that we are the guardians of our planet and should be at the forefront of this movement. I am very proud of the fact that we have successfully created a film that will hopefully inspire people all over the world to join in the movement. I was very impressed with the documentary and how it has been edited. I would highly recommend this documentary to anyone interested in a healthy and sustainable lifestyle. I am going to be doing research on this documentary and I am going to see it again. This is a great film and I am going to purchase it on DVD. Thank you so much for taking the time to do this documentary and for the dedication you have to this movement.

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Brittany Soto

This documentary follows a group of autistic children as they grow up. They are raised in the foster care system and end up in a group home. This documentary is the only one of it's kind that has been made. It tells the story of how one group home was run by a woman who was a fan of the program. She made it her mission to make the homes run as best she could. It was quite an undertaking to try and make everything run the way she wanted it to. She had to deal with the families, the children and the staff. The documentary is very interesting and it gives a good look at how a group home could be run. There were some things that were not well done, but overall it was a good documentary.

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Dennis W.

I'll be honest, I was skeptical of this film as I hadn't heard much about it. However, after watching the film I was very impressed. The film is an account of the life of an environmental activist named Naomi, who has been fighting to protect the environment since her first encounter with the environment in the early 1990s. The film is very well done. It's a very informative and realistic account of what goes on in a typical activist's life. The film also has some great interviews with other activists, and it is extremely well made, especially for a documentary. The story is told through the eyes of Naomi, and it is very realistic. The film is very well done, and is a must see.

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Lawrence Pearson

I had the pleasure of attending the World Premiere of "The Oasis" at the Toronto International Film Festival. It was a great, warm, intimate, and funny conversation with the filmmakers. The conversation flowed from the raw material of the film to the great works of the director. The conversation was fun, insightful, and very enjoyable. I have no idea what it is about this film that resonates so deeply with me. I think the film is a wonderful celebration of the creative process and the people who participate in it. The characters are fascinating and the actors, writers, and producers are all talented. This film is about the journey that artists take and the wonderful creative process. It is a celebration of the human spirit and of the creative process. "The Oasis" is a great film for anyone who is looking for a glimpse into the creative process. "The Oasis" is a beautiful film and a great film to see at the Toronto International Film Festival.