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Athlete A

Athlete A is a movie starring Maggie Nichols, Gina Nichols, and John Nichols. Follow the Indianapolis Star reporters that broke the story about USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar's abuse and hear from gymnasts like Maggie Nichols.

Other Titles
Gimnasta A: El médico depredador, Atleta A, Team USA: Scandale dans le monde de la gymnastique, Αθλήτρια Α, Athletin A, あるアスリートの告発
Running Time
1 hours 43 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Crime, Documentary
Director
Jon Shenk, Bonni Cohen
Actors
Maggie Nichols, Steve Berta, John Nichols, Gina Nichols
Country
USA
Year
2020
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Follow the Indianapolis Star reporters that broke the story about USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar's abuse and hear from gymnasts like Maggie Nichols.

Comments about crime «Athlete A» (7)

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Lawrence O.

Great on the surface, but its also a bit vague. Some people may be confused and they may say "This is a fraud" but what does that really mean? It could mean you don't know much about the sport of football, or it could mean you don't know much about the politics, or it could mean it's about the football. For me, it was about the politics. One of the things I liked about the documentary was that they had a mixture of supporters of various teams, and also some of the other sports. It was nice to see some people from the NFL (because that's where I was born and live) and from the NHL (because I have a good friend from the NHL). I thought that the "farce" around the real causes of some of the real problems in the world was great. Some people may not understand the difference between "football" and "football" but it's not that important. The film is an interesting documentary that will hopefully help you learn more about a sport that is not known outside of the US.

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Benjamin

"Wholly unknown athletes have been denied entry into the Olympics because of immigration violations, criminal charges, and financial troubles. And those athletes who succeed, it's not often they return to their home country. But some of those athletes are in the Hall of Fame, and that's all you really need to know." All I know is, after the Olympics, I walked away from this film feeling depressed. And that's not because I have a problem with the idea of Olympic sports, or that the U.S. is the greatest country in the world, or that we should do everything to make our athletes happy, or that the U.S. should be a beacon of hope to the world. No, it's because I think there's something fundamentally wrong with our current immigration system. "Wholly Unknown Athletes" is a documentary about how immigrants from different countries can't become athletes in the Olympics, and the lengths that some of them go to earn their citizenship. The country that organizes the games is Mexico, which is not a country in the Olympic movement, yet its athletes are allowed to play in the Olympics. Meanwhile, non-Mexicans are barred from entry because they aren't citizens. "Wholly Unknown Athletes" chronicles the stories of an undocumented immigrant from Ecuador, and an athlete from Jamaica, who came to the U.S. to become an Olympian. Some of them live in the shadows, their lives going on without any media attention. Others are the kind of athletes who make their living through their performances in the Olympics. The stories of these people are told with humour and relish, and in a documentary that tells the story of athletes from different countries. You won't be asking yourself, "Why isn't this guy making the news?" The film is also about the personal and emotional issues that they have to go through. I don't want to give anything away, but I can say that one of the athletes has a father who's been deported, and his mother is ill. It's heartbreaking. The film touches on a lot of topics. It's not just about immigration. The U.S. is full of stories of abuse of immigrants, and some of them feel betrayed by the U.S. Not everyone agrees with this, but I thought that the film was thoughtful and informative. I didn't feel as though I was "getting the point" at any point, but I think that the most important thing to take away from this film is the idea that no one is immune from having a difficult time getting into the U.S. Not just from immigration issues, but also for many people, especially in the U.S., the games are the only thing that is important to them.

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Billy Pena

Athlete A is a brilliant documentary that chronicles the lives of a bunch of professional men who make a living through gymnastics. Like I said, this documentary is probably the best one I have ever seen. Not because of the quality of the film itself, but because of the work that it produces. There is not one single moment in the documentary that does not touch my heart. The documentaries that came before it could not have touched me more, because I have been a gymnast my whole life and I have watched many documentaries on the subject. Athlete A not only touches the hearts of gymnasts and those who follow the sport, but it also has a huge impact on me personally. This is because it is a movie that I will watch over and over again. It has been a long time since I have been this moved by a film. All I can say is that it is a powerful documentary that not only works well on the surface, but it also works really well in the content as well. There is nothing wrong with it and if it wasn't for the fact that it is quite difficult to digest in a non-linear way, I would definitely rate this a 10. I don't want to give anything away, but just know that I loved this documentary and I recommend that you watch it. Also, don't forget to check out the interview with Andy Mills, who is the best man for Andy from the Olympic Games and how he would want to be remembered. I highly recommend this documentary to everyone, especially if you like documentaries. If you are in any way a gymnast or someone who follows the sport, then I highly recommend this documentary. If you have not watched this, I would recommend that you watch it as soon as possible.

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Douglas Holland

In the summer of 2013, millions of people worldwide were swept away by an unprecedented event. The Ukraine had become a democracy, a year after the brutal rule of a junta. The U.S. and EU had reacted with indifference to the unexpected rise of the nation, and continued to isolate and undermine it. The situation was made worse by an unbalanced and intractable media, with the mainstream American media refusing to acknowledge the nation's democratic evolution. The Russian media, however, had a different view, largely based on Russian experience. In this documentary, Ivan Sekova, a Russian citizen living in Washington, D.C., tells us about the events of 2014. He shows us a series of photos that document the tragic loss of life and the overwhelming pain felt by families. Sekova points out the cultural clash between the majority Ukrainian and the majority Russian. He shows us the way the media covers the incident, and the reaction of the mainstream American media. There is also footage of the popular protests in Ukraine. I will say more about the film in the next paragraph. For now, I will say that, despite its own problems, Ukraine is a remarkable place for Americans. This film, based on the reporting of a citizen, is an important document of our time. It is also a reminder that, if we are to be truly independent, we must respect the rights of the rest of the world.

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Danielle

Since moving to a new city, I've done a few interviews for sites such as "What's Up" and "The Voice" as well as in many other websites. I'm now moving to a new city. In the beginning, I met a couple of girls at a bar and invited them to my apartment. After they walked in, they were friendly and invited me to hang out with them. I made the introductions and told them I was going to watch a movie on my computer. I gave them the password to my computer, and within minutes, they were in my living room. When they finished the movie, they invited me back to their place, where we spent the night, and I finally got a chance to talk to them. These two girls were athletes, and I met some of them while I was living in Kansas City. I was surprised to find out how much they cared about the people in their life. I found them both very sweet and caring. I couldn't believe that they were girls, and I didn't think that the "home" they had found would be so fun and full of people, but it was. They had a lot of friends, they were social, and they were good to their family. I loved this film, and I'd watch it over and over. I don't think this will be a story that you'll forget, especially if you're a female athlete. I'm surprised that I haven't read anything about this film. This is a must-see film, and it's a film that I think you should see.

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Margaret

This is not an anti-gay film, it is about homophobia. But the film is so damn funny, you'll love it. The great thing about this film is that it doesn't try to force any message, instead it tells a story based on a true story, a true story that was very interesting to watch. I'm not a sports fan, but I think this film really does show us that homophobia is just as bad as any other form of discrimination. I think it's a great story that needs to be told, the film is told through interviews with the coach of the boys, the coach is a brilliant man, and so is the other coach who made the decision to let the boys come to the camp. I don't know if I'm able to put myself in the shoes of the boys, but I think the film's message is really important. I hope it's very well received, because the film does not have any politics involved, and it doesn't try to promote anything either. So if you are going to watch it, watch it with an open mind. I think it's a great film, and I definitely recommend it. 9/10

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Kathleen

The Athletes don't like their own coaches. They don't like them. In fact, their entire life revolves around their coach. The coach is our father figure, our hero. But they don't like him, so they don't even respect him. That is a basic conflict in the movie. Some may argue that this is a conspiracy. But there are real problems with the sport. We see from the Athletes' point of view. The coach does not do what he says. The coach does not prepare athletes. He is not a good teacher, and he doesn't even care. And the athletes take this to heart, and they hate him. In the end, the coaches are the only thing that saves the Athletes' lives. In other words, the coach is a reflection of the Athletes' life, and the coach is the basic subject of the story. As the final fight takes place between the coach and the athlete, the coach walks out of the gym with his back to the camera. The athlete follows him, the coach's back to the camera, and then the athletes shoot off into the night. What a dramatic scene! There is no sign of human emotion in the Athletes' life. But we feel that in the Coach's life. He is a real man, he loves his team, he cares for them, he is tough, and he has heart. There are no tears or beatings, but he doesn't give a damn. So when the coach walks out of the gym, we get a strong sense of what he is feeling. It is as if the Athletes' life, with the coach, is being portrayed. In this sense, the film is not a conspiracy. It is a drama. It is a movie about a person and what he has lost in his life. We can see how the film works. We can understand how the drama of the Athletes' life works. And it is a great movie to watch. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the issues in the sports world.