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Fuocoammare is a movie starring Samuele Pucillo, Mattias Cucina, and Samuele Caruana. Capturing life on the Italian island of Lampedusa, a frontline in the European migrant crisis.

Other Titles
Fuocoammare - tuli mereltä, Fogo no Mar, Fire at Sea, Fuocoammare: Fuego en el mar, Seefeuer, Bortom Lampedusa, Fuocoammare: fuego en el mar, Havet brænder, Ogień na morzu, Foc pe mare, Mare nostrum, Oltre Lampedusa, Fuego en el mar, Fuocoammare. Ogień na morzu, Fuocoammare, par-delà Lampedusa, 海は燃えている イタリア最南端の小さな島, Φωτιά στη θάλασσα, Havet brenner, Tűz a tengeren, Fuocoammare, par delà Lampedusa
Running Time
1 hours 54 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Gianfranco Rosi
Gianfranco Rosi, Carla Cattani
Samuele Caruana, Pietro Bartolo, Samuele Pucillo, Mattias Cucina
France, Italy
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

Situated some 200km off Italy's southern coast, Lampedusa has hit world headlines in recent years as the first port of call for hundreds of thousands of African and Middle Eastern migrants hoping to make a new life in Europe. Rosi spent months living on the Mediterranean island, capturing its history, culture and the current everyday reality of its 6,000-strong local population as hundreds of migrants land on its shores on a weekly basis. The resulting documentary focuses on 12-year-old Samuele, a local boy who loves to hunt with his slingshot and spend time on land even though he hails from a culture steeped in the sea.

Comments about documentary «Fuocoammare» (41)

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The first half of this documentary was not very good. The editing was very choppy and uninteresting, with no structure or structure. The main problem with the second half of the film is that it is very uninteresting. As the film goes on, it gets more and more boring. I can see why the movie is popular because it is very entertaining and can make you think about a lot of issues. However, the film should have been much better because it was not very good. This film should have been about an actual event, and not just a compilation of facts and a movie about it.

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Wayne C.

From the start, "Mexico's drug problem" was one of those films that will stick in the memory. Even though it was made in 1994, it's a great piece of documentary. The result is that it's still relevant today. It's not a typical documentary, in the sense that it's not about the topic, but rather, it's about the human aspect of the story. It's a very different film than many other documentaries about drugs, such as "Opium Kings", "High Times", "One Day in America" or "The Queen of Versailles". The filmmakers use a format that's similar to the documentary style. They show the scene, interview the person, they make some comments, they show the relevant facts. They even have interviews with the people involved. That's a very interesting way of telling a story. It's the only way to get the information out of the people. Because the film is basically a single interview, it's not about the content. It's about the person. The first two minutes of the film were the best part. There were three people in the studio, one of whom was a journalist. They were asking questions, they were interviewing the people involved. It was interesting to see how they were filming the interview, how they were filming the conversation, how they edited the scene. The result is a great interview, where you can hear the people speaking, and see what they say. The film itself is interesting, and there's something for everyone. I enjoyed the documentary. It was well done. The interviewees were interesting and the film was entertaining. It's a documentary that will stick in the memory of many people, and is also a great film to watch.

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Peter Reynolds

The film "Beyond Limits" is about a single-atom atom (the bottom of the black hole) in a cup of liquid. It is a liquid that contains all the things that you need to survive, including water. I was worried about what I was going to see, as I had not seen the movie. The information I had on this movie was a review of it on the internet, and it was very informative, but it did not give any real information about the movie. However, after reading the movie, I found that it is very interesting and very well done. The movie does not use the same techniques that the scientists used to create the black hole in the movie, but the movie has a good message about the importance of the importance of each atom, and the importance of having everything in a way that we can survive. This is not just a movie about the black hole, but about life. We all need to survive, and I am glad that this movie was made, because it is good information about how to survive. I highly recommend this movie.

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Gerald Sanchez

I went to see this film without any expectations and I really enjoyed it. I really like the fact that this is a film that looks at the daily life of the people and how they live their life. It was interesting to see the different kinds of people, some are really just one-dimensional, others are more complex and honest, and others are just there to live, but to make the most of the little time they have. The film is an emotional one, which makes it a great film to watch with friends and family, it is a lot of fun, and I think that the film deserves a lot of credit for its honest portrayal of a very complex world and people, and the way it is presented in the film makes it seem like it is a really simple documentary, which makes it really interesting. It's hard to tell if the film is exaggerating things or not, but it seems like the film was really honest in showing some of the most basic things, like the things that we take for granted, like the water we drink or the power we use, the things that are pretty easy to overlook. Overall, I think it is a great film, but I'm not sure if it would be a great film for everyone, and I would have liked to have seen more of the subjects and more people, but it is a great film and I recommend it to anyone.

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I was expecting this to be an extremely boring documentary about the festival but I was pleasantly surprised by how well it was put together. They covered everything from the culture of the festival to the psychology of it all. If you're into music then you should definitely watch this.

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Brandon W.

Cone of Shame is the first of a series of films chronicling the mistakes made by American environmental activists during the 1980s. It features interviews with the actors, director, producer, and activist, who describe their efforts to change the world. In their interviews, the activists speak candidly about their motivations, how they became involved, and their personal stories. Each story is told from a different angle and the actors themselves often comment on their experiences. The results are fascinating and fascinating. The interviews and the editing are very well done, and the documentary is entertaining and compelling. The filmmakers did a very good job of mixing interviews with the footage and using the different angles. The documentary is very interesting and captivating, and I highly recommend it.

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This documentary is one of the best films of 2013, and one of the most powerful. It is the story of the realisation of the environmental damage caused by the industry. The film begins with the realisation of the chemicals by a teenager in West Germany. This is the film's biggest strength, and it is completely compelling and very moving. The film then moves to the Gulf of Mexico and the people who live there. They are very inspiring, and the interviews with them are heart-wrenching. The documentary ends with a powerful scene of the destruction of a forest. I am shocked by the destruction of the forest. I am surprised by the fact that the people of the Gulf of Mexico want to protect the forest and not just take the forest for themselves. I am surprised that the people of the Gulf of Mexico do not want to stop the destruction of the forest. The film is all about the environment and the ecological disaster in the Gulf of Mexico. It is one of the best documentaries of the year, and I urge everyone to watch it.

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The folks in the Netherlands seem to be enjoying themselves. From the outback to the city, the Netherlands has the most diverse culture and history in the world. If you've never seen a film like this, I suggest you check it out. It's a wonderful film about a different way of life, one that is in need of saving.

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Janet N.

A must see documentary by Erich Muehlenkamp (Director, Filmmaker and Producer). With the increase of the plastic bag industry, people around the world are getting plastic bags. They are used in a variety of ways, such as to take selfies, to add to the home décor, and even as a product of "hot pink" paint. But how do we protect ourselves from all the plastic in our daily lives? The makers of the film provide a bit of science and math in their research and the viewer can see how simple, the technology is and how the industry is changing our lives. The viewers will see how this industry is the fourth biggest source of CO2 emissions in the world, and the size of the industry in the US alone is estimated to be 1,600,000 tons. By the end of the film, you'll have a better understanding of the industry, the problems with it and what we can do to help. The film ends with a beautiful interview with an expert on the plastics industry. I highly recommend this film, it will keep you thinking for a long time. A must see!

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Jeremy Tucker

This is a fantastic documentary that really puts a spotlight on the harsh realities of AIDS in Africa. The people interviewed are amazing, including a woman who tells of her first encounter with AIDS, the tragic story of a 16 year old boy who was diagnosed with AIDS and survived until the age of 40, and a young man whose mother was dying of AIDS. The most interesting thing about this film is that it doesn't blame the people of Africa for their plight, but it is very clear that it is the lack of health care and treatment for AIDS that is the main cause of this epidemic. I can only imagine what these people have gone through, and how painful it must have been to be so young. This is a very important film, because it gives a very clear message that must be heard, and if you can get out of Africa and don't see this film, you're missing out on an important documentary.

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Ralph Valdez

This documentary is a fantastic overview of the history of ghee and its origins, and the power and possibilities of this culinary miracle. The producers were able to show that ghee is not just a food additive, but also a holy relic of a time when religious traditions were completely ignored. We see how ghee was passed down from generation to generation in India, where it was considered sacred. The story of ghee and its use in India is a fascinating and powerful one, and the documentary shows it in an original way. I would recommend this documentary to anyone interested in history, food, or simply learning more about ghee. It is an excellent, informative film.

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Justin Hudson

When the movie was first announced, I wasn't really interested in seeing it. I saw it on television and thought it was going to be just another mainstream movie with some interesting subjects but that it wasn't going to be really interesting. But, after seeing it, I was blown away. The documentary was really interesting and made me think about how the world is and what's happening in the world. The director, and the whole team of the documentary did a great job, making the documentary entertaining and entertaining to watch. I don't really want to give anything away, but if you want to see a documentary about the effects of poverty on the people who live there, then this is the movie for you. But if you want to just watch a movie, then I would recommend not seeing this. It's not really a documentary, but it's a great movie. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

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I'm not a big fan of this documentary but this is one of the most informative documentaries I have seen about women's liberation and it's influence on the modern world. I feel that this documentary is a must-see for anyone who is a feminist or has ever been a feminist. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who is a feminist or is a person who has ever been a feminist. I also would recommend this documentary to anyone who has never been a feminist. This documentary also has a lot of great quotes from women's liberation activists. This documentary is definitely one of the best documentaries I have ever seen.

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Edward G.

The importance of this documentary is not only to show the destructive effect of the heroin epidemic in America, but to show the effects of the drug industry on the communities it affects. The movie covers a lot of the same ground as the documentary Drugs, Inc. and shows both sides of the coin. I especially enjoyed the portrayal of some of the drug pushers and dealers. As an outsider to the industry, I can tell that the people who are profiting from the drug industry are the ones who should be held accountable. It is a shame that the message of this documentary is not getting out. We need to be more educated and more educated about this issue, as there are so many ways to make a buck off of this problem. The makers of the documentary should be congratulated for giving us a new understanding of the industry and the people who are profiting from it.

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Danielle V.

I went to see this film with a big crowd and the entire audience was riveted to the screen. It was an extraordinary experience to see what was on screen and to be part of the film. I was also very moved by the script. The cinematography was beautiful and the costumes were wonderful. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to experience the art of film-making. The film begins with an interview with a young artist who has spent a decade in a studio with no money. He tells us that he was unable to get a job because he had a camera in his hand and no job. It is obvious that he was not able to make a living with the camera. However, I believe that the film will open the eyes of many who have not had the opportunity to experience film-making. This film is not about the film-making itself, it is about the process of making the film. It is an inspirational story about a young artist who can make a living with his camera. I hope that people will experience the film and see that film-making is a profession, not a profession alone.

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Gregory Flores

I recently bought this DVD and had a great time watching it. The film is a documentary, exploring the world of coca and other drugs, and the true stories of those who are actually involved. It is a great story, full of truth, and very interesting to watch. The interviews with the people involved, as well as some of the other people interviewed, are very interesting. There is a lot of information about the drug war, both on the people who are fighting it, and the people who are just using it as a way to make money. The interviews also cover a lot of other issues, like the effects of drug use, and the morality of drugs. It's a very interesting documentary. The DVD is quite well-made. It's very well-done, with a great selection of interviews. The extras are very interesting. There are three great featurettes, one of which is a very informative featurette, and a second one that has an interesting featurette about the impact of drugs on the families of the people interviewed. Overall, it's a great documentary, and a great addition to your library.

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Susan Y.

I've always loved all aspects of Cinecitta, I think that everyone should have the chance to watch this documentary and I hope that the rest of the crew would agree. The filmmakers really have a great idea to tell the story about the biggest festival of the year, without the usual biased opinions and the typical misconceptions about the festival. All of the actors are really good and even the directors are really great. The reason why this film was created was because I think that the staff and crew really care about the festival and want to make it better. I think that everyone should watch this documentary, because it's a great example of how the festival should be. Thank you for making this movie, and thank you for making Cinecitta!

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This documentary by the great Robert D. Siegel is a treasure. The camera work is amazing, it's like a documentary film of the atomic bomb. It's all done with excellent audio, and it's very interesting to see how the actors are all reacting to the events. It's not just about the bombs, it's about how the government and military reacts to them. I highly recommend this movie, it's a must see.

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Karen Cooper

I had heard about the documentary for years. I had read about it many times in the news, but I had never seen it. I was surprised when I saw it was made. The first thing that struck me was how many people in the film are actually scientists. There is a lot of skepticism about the ability of women to make and keep babies. There are even a few scientists who have said that women should not have children, because they are too old to have babies and they would not be as smart as the men who are having babies. But the documentary is about their experiences with these decisions. They were very honest about the pain and suffering they went through to decide not to have children, and how they did the best they could to make their decisions. The documentary is really quite emotional and honest. It's difficult to find a documentary that isn't biased, and this is a great documentary that I think will be a valuable tool for young people who are considering becoming parents.

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I am not a fan of the film but this documentary about the special effects and the people that work on them is a very interesting look into the industry. I also found it very fascinating how the studio was trying to make the film look like a documentary, but it didn't work, as you can tell from the edits. It's an interesting documentary about how they make films that are trying to look like documentaries and they don't work. The editing was definitely a major problem. You have to remember that it's a documentary, but there are lots of parts that don't make sense. For example, there's a sequence that takes place in a lab that's supposed to be about a real scientist, but there's only a single frame of his face and a voice over. There are many things that don't make sense, but it's the type of thing that you need to pay attention to. It's not a documentary that is going to make you think, but it is interesting in that way.

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Cute little documentary about the famous dish, "beef bourguignon". My mom had the beef bourguignon at one time when I was growing up in the '80s. It was my favorite dish growing up. This movie is worth watching just for the photos of the restaurant. There is an interesting, funny, and very informative video on the original dish. Watch it!

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I came across this film on Netflix. I thought it was pretty good, the music was great, and I really enjoyed the scenes with the band. The first song that I remember is "Make You Suffer", it was really good, and it was the first song that I had ever seen the band play in a film. I thought the movie was pretty good. I'm not a big fan of VH1's music videos, but I think they did a good job with this movie. It was a good story about a young man who is looking for a way to cope with his mother's death. It is a film that I recommend people to see, it is a good movie, I recommend people to see it. I gave it a 10 out of 10. So if you like music, and you like music, then you should watch this movie.

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Dylan Willis

When I first heard about this film I was skeptical. I was hoping to see a documentary, not a film. And I was disappointed. But as the film progressed, I learned more about the people and the story of the children. I was surprised to learn how the other children reacted to this film. I learned that they were very relieved when it ended and that they were very proud of their "hero" at the end of the film. I was also very impressed by the work of the director, the story was very well done, the colors were bright and the music was beautiful. I really hope this film will be seen by people who do not know much about the history of Haiti or the children. I hope people will understand the importance of the children in the country, and the value of their "heroes". I hope people will also understand the significance of the film, the importance of education, and the importance of the human spirit.

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I recently attended the opening of the PBS series "Citizenfour" and was intrigued to see a documentary about Edward Snowden. The story of Snowden is very interesting, and is worth seeing in full. However, the documentary has a somewhat simplistic tone. It does not give any depth into the life of Edward Snowden and his life as a hacker. It is a great story, but the story has not been told with the same gravity that the documentary gave. The documentary is very well done and is well worth seeing, but I would recommend watching it in its entirety.

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This is a documentary about a movement of New Yorkers against the war in Iraq. The documentary features the experience of a number of New Yorkers who have participated in protests and other actions in support of the war. The documentary also features interviews with Iraqis who have been affected by the war. The documentary is highly recommended for people interested in the war and the people who have been affected by it.

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Helen C.

What a fantastic documentary! A very insightful documentary that would make the most intelligent people laugh their asses off. I thoroughly enjoyed the film, it was well thought out, well done and very well acted. I'm not a fan of the fashion world, but I absolutely love the way the fashion industry has been portrayed in this documentary. I was stunned at how many stories there were to tell and how much the world of fashion is a part of our everyday lives. The only thing that I don't like about the documentary is that there is so much information that is not included. The documentary did a great job at being informative and fun to watch, and was able to touch on all of the aspects of fashion. I would highly recommend this documentary to anyone who enjoys fashion, whether they are a fan or not.

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I have been waiting for the release of this movie for years. When I heard that the director was already a little known name, I thought that it would be a good idea to see what he has to offer. And, I was right. The director, who also made the documentary, has an incredible grasp of the subject, the way of life, and the culture of the people. He is very passionate about this subject and has an incredibly thorough knowledge of the native cultures of his country. This documentary is very thorough and his attention to detail is remarkable. The movie is very interesting and it is very thorough. I am very pleased that it was released and I recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the cultures of Brazil.

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Crystal R.

An important document of the birth of modern radio and television in Chile. A documentary that is an amazing masterpiece. A must watch for everyone. A rare and beautiful documentary about Radio Uno. A truly amazing journey of the medium and the story. It is a must see for everyone who is interested in radio and television in Chile. A beautiful work of art that will be in your heart forever.

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Christine H.

One of the best documentaries I have seen in the last 10 years. It's an excellent insight into the life of a man with a strange case of schizophrenia. The film has been rated as controversial. It is a controversial documentary because of the subjects of the film. The film shows how this man had to fight his demons and fight for his own life. It shows how he worked to get a job. It shows how he fought for his family. It shows how he fought for his health. The documentary was very well made and I highly recommend it to anyone.

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Barbara R.

To see how a herd of cows can run away from their pastures and die is almost impossible, but this documentary shows how it can be done. The director is deeply troubled by what he sees, and his voice is hard to understand. But what we see is the result of some intense work by his assistant. We hear about the efforts of the scientists who conduct tests to study the cows' behavior. He asks his assistant to make a movie about the cows and the footage he has collected. The documentary has a few other clips of the cows, but this one is the most powerful. The cows don't appear to be afraid of the camera, but there is a sort of hypnotic effect. There is a great deal of footage of the cows being scared and so the director has to make the most of it. The footage shows us the cows doing things that make no sense, such as running away from a herd of sheep. And we see how some of the scientists have made a model of the cows and have made some models of the sheep. When the cows are moving in a circular pattern, the scientists can see them as moving in a circle, so they think they must be getting the cows ready for slaughter. They have built a big pit to hold the cows, but in the process of building the pit, they have dug up the sheep and buried them alive. The cows are seen running around in circles in the pit, but when the scientists are driving them around, the cows seem to be running around without any purpose. The cows seem to be running on autopilot. The director's voice is very hard to understand, and the way he asks questions is sometimes hard to follow. It is clear that he is getting into a serious way of thinking, but he is unable to get the audience to understand it. The cattle, which are killed before the researchers can finish their experiments, are seen on a video screen. Some of them appear to be getting ready for slaughter. The researchers and the director don't seem to understand that the cows aren't getting ready for slaughter. They keep asking questions and trying to understand what the cows are doing. In the end, the director gives the scientists a credit card to use for their experiments, and he gives them a "new" one. This is all very hard to understand, and I was puzzled as to what was going on. I was sure that he was just showing his anger at what he saw, but I can't say for sure. But the director's voice and the way he asks questions make it hard to understand.

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Maria W.

This is a very interesting documentary. It will shock you and then put you in your seat. The focus is on the brave women who are fighting the daily battles for their rights. It's not about abortion, or being pro-choice, or any other of the anti-choice propaganda that is out there. It is about the right to choose and the responsibility that women have to make a choice. The film does a good job of showing the constant battles women are fighting for and it is a very good film to watch with your girlfriend. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about abortion and what is really going on. It is a must see!

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Frank G.

I have seen this film twice now, and I can't say that I didn't like it, but I can say that I'm glad that I did. This documentary shows a great deal of personal history from a family, and the filmmakers do a very thorough job of going into the reasons that lead to the deaths of the children and parents. It shows the struggle that they went through to get their kids' voices heard, and it shows how important it was to show this to their children. I can't say that I was particularly impressed with the documentary itself, but I do think that the people involved in the film did an excellent job. I do believe that the parents were not well served by the documentary, but I can't say that they didn't try. I did think that the documentary was well-done, and I think that it's a great film that anyone should see. If you're looking for an intelligent, well-done, and thought-provoking documentary, this is not it.

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Nicole Bishop

In a rather long and detailed discussion with her father, (John Boland), about her current state of mental health, he reveals the personal struggle she had been through as a child, as well as his experiences in the US Army during the Vietnam War. He, too, was sexually abused by the father he was not close to and has had a hard time with the memories of what he has experienced. The film also includes footage of a documentary made on the abuse of children by the military. It is disturbing to see the issues and abuse in the film. It also makes one wonder what is being done to victims. There are many many ways to raise awareness about this issue, including, but not limited to, public education, the media, parents and a strong anti-bullying movement.

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There are few things more powerful than the feeling of being a part of something that truly makes a difference. The energy of this documentary is palpable. The film is also very funny. It is also very much of a character study. The film, however, also highlights the value of silence, and the importance of allowing yourself to be the center of a room. It is a shame that this documentary has not been released on DVD. I hope that it will be soon. I think it would be a valuable tool for anyone wanting to help the environment, or anyone just interested in the future of the planet. I highly recommend this film to anyone who loves nature, or wants to be part of something that truly makes a difference. I would also highly recommend this film to anyone who wants to get out of their comfort zone and really know something about the world. This film is a must see. I rate this film 10/10.

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Frank McCoy

I'm a child of the 70s and this movie is really interesting. My parents are in their 80s and they both really enjoyed it. I can tell you that there is a lot of symbolism and history behind this movie. My favorite scene was the death of the babies. The camera is always pointed towards them and when they die the camera is not touching them, it is still looking at them. It is a very poetic image. This movie is worth seeing. The music is so powerful, it is the sound that you hear when you hear something terrible happen. I hope that more people can get a chance to see this movie. It's really a great movie. I think it is more important to make the people see it and understand the symbolism behind it. I really hope that more people will see it and understand the meaning behind it. I hope that we can all appreciate it more.

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Jonathan Lewis

This is an important documentary, one that should be viewed by all and should be seen by as many people as possible. This is a very honest documentary and I think that the person that is most important in the film is Michael Moore. He is the person who is most responsible for exposing this information. In addition to his film, the book written by Moore, "Roger & Me", also contains some of the most important information I have ever seen in a documentary. I recommend this film to anyone who has ever had the opportunity to talk to a child or to a person who is a parent. I think that the most important information in this film is that a child can have an affect on a person and that they can be affected by a person, even if that person is not even the child's parent. This is something that we must understand and understand how this is possible. This is something that needs to be looked into in a very serious manner.

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With only 20 minutes of actual footage, "It's Not Your Fault" is a must see documentary that serves as a crucial link to the real problem in the world: the financial crisis. In the first half, we see the most alarming of the financial crises that occurred in the world over the last 20 years. As well as the global financial crisis of 2007, there was the crisis of the Mexican peso, the problems in Greece, the crisis in Russia, the crisis in the U.S. and a few other countries. The second half of the documentary is devoted to the financial crisis that occurred in the U.S. in 2008, but it is still very difficult to understand the way the system works. With the help of the National Security Agency (NSA), which is supposedly responsible for the security of the world's computer networks, we see how the corporations have systematically used their control of the financial system to exploit the crisis in the U.S. to their advantage. While the documentary is very detailed and provides enough information to make it entertaining, there are a few places where it is very slow and difficult to follow. We do not see how much money was actually made by the corporations and how much was lost by the U.S. economy, which is a very important issue in the U.S. economy, but we do see how the financial system is being manipulated to benefit the corporations, which is the only way that we can possibly understand the behavior of the corporations. This is a documentary that can be watched many times, and is definitely recommended to anyone that has studied the topic of finance and economics, or anyone who is interested in politics, economics, or the crisis of the world. This documentary is based on the work of a man named John Perkins, who was an economist who used to work for the U.S. government, and was involved in the Wall Street bailout of 2008. This documentary should be seen by anyone that has an interest in the financial system and the way that it is being manipulated.

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I saw the film in '81. I have a copy now. I have never seen anything like this before. The director is an amazing man. The whole point of the film is the way the viewers can experience the reality of their own lives. You become an observer. You see what you want to see. It is an amazing experience, not only for the viewer, but also for the director and the cameraman. This film is an amazing work of art. I have seen the film many times. I think this is a film to watch.

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This film is a film that everyone should see. The history of the military in the USA is the most important part of this film. It shows the devastating effects that a war brings on the men that serve in it, but also the friendships that can be made with those that they fight alongside. I would highly recommend this film to anyone, especially veterans. It is a must see.

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Marilyn G.

It's a great documentary about the incredible tale of the real-life kidnapping of the president of the USA in 1979. The film shows the many sides to this story, from the complicated and sometimes-confusing plot to the heroic efforts of the investigators. From the moment they heard the news about the kidnapping, the participants had to learn how to cope with it. Many of them were working as reporters and journalists. The film shows them how they worked together with other experts in order to achieve the recovery of the President, to do everything they could, and how they helped each other in the process. The film ends with the great number of interviews and commentary on the state of affairs in the country, with the President himself, with the State Department and with various people, including the politicians and the press. A must-see for everyone who wants to know more about the story of the real-life kidnapping of the president of the USA. My vote is ten.

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Walter Hunter

I love documentaries and I love finding out more about the people who have experienced something and created something special. The documentary "What It Feels Like to be That Guy" is one of the best documentaries I've seen in years. The interviews and footage of the people who had experienced something special in their lives was beautiful. I also really liked the music featured in the documentary. It really hit me. The documentary is not only a look at how one person can change the world but also a look into how one person can affect the lives of so many people. It was a beautiful documentary.