Steam Circles


Circles is a movie starring Eric Butler, Mercedes Morgan, and Ted Quant. A Hurricane Katrina survivor works to keep Black teenagers in school in Oakland, California. But after his 15-year-old-son gets arrested for a crime he didn't...

Running Time
1 hours 22 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, Drama
Cassidy Friedman
Mercedes Morgan, Ted Quant, Eric Butler, Betsye Steele
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

A Hurricane Katrina survivor works to keep Black teenagers in school in Oakland, California. But after his 15-year-old-son gets arrested for a crime he didn't commit, his personal and professional worlds collide in dramatic and profound ways.

Comments about documentary «Circles» (4)

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Matthew Weber

I remember seeing this documentary years ago and it was a great experience. The film was very well-made and thought-provoking. I was able to see the consequences of the drugs on the people and the society. I think this documentary should be seen by everyone. It was not only about the negative effects of drugs but about the positive effects too. I was really surprised when I saw this documentary because I did not expect it to be that good. This documentary is very informative and is a must-see for everyone who wants to know more about drugs and how they affect the human mind and body. I really hope that this documentary will be shown in other countries. It is very important for people to understand the effects of drugs on society and people. If you have not seen this documentary I would strongly suggest that you watch it. You will not be disappointed.

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Sean R.

I'm not a big fan of documentary films, and this one falls somewhere in the middle. It's good, but not great. The acting is fine, but the direction and editing are not up to the mark. I didn't like the way they edited the video clips. There were a lot of them, and the editing didn't flow well. If you like this sort of thing, it's worth watching. I also recommend the documentary "What's Eating Gilbert Grape?" It's a much better documentary.

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Jacqueline F.

I am a total film snob. I love to see films and read reviews, but my favorite films are films that are well made, have great cinematography, or have the ability to communicate with the audience in a non-verbal way. And that's what this documentary is. It is a series of interviews with a range of notable filmmakers and actors who discuss the impact of the work they do, and the impact of the work that they did. The film has some great points about the importance of the art form, but it is the actors and filmmakers themselves that really make it work. Every single interview is interesting and interesting, and the questions they pose are interesting and interesting. I will say that the way the interviews are presented and the way they are presented are at odds with one another. It's hard to say if it is a design choice or if it is an issue with the way the interviews are being presented. The interview format is meant to make the interviews flow and connect, but it can also cause problems when it is presented with the interviewees talking about their own work. But in all honesty, I think the format is brilliant and the interviews are great. I recommend this film to anyone who likes documentaries or anyone who is interested in the art form.

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One of the best documentaries I have ever seen. This movie is a tour de force of filmmaking. The cinematography is so stunning, the acting is so good, and the story is so engaging. If you like documentaries, this is a must see.