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Citizen Jane: Battle for the City

Citizen Jane: Battle for the City is a movie starring Thomas Campanella, Vincent D'Onofrio, and Mindy Fullilove. Writer and urban activist Jane Jacobs fights to save historic New York City during the ruthless redevelopment era of...

Other Titles
ジェイン・ジェイコブズ ニューヨーク都市計画革命, Citizen Jane, Untitled Cities Documentary, Kampen for New York
Running Time
1 hours 32 minutes
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History, Documentary, Biography
Matt Tyrnauer
Thomas Campanella, Vincent D'Onofrio, Mindy Fullilove, Alexander Garvin
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日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
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Writer and urban activist Jane Jacobs fights to save historic New York City during the ruthless redevelopment era of urban planner Robert Moses in the 1960s.

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The true story of the city of Boston, Massachusetts is one that most people do not know. It is the "super-city" of Boston, one of the largest and most diverse metropolitan areas in the world. It is also the center of the largest and richest college in the country. It is a very complex story, but I think the documentary does a very good job at telling it. The idea that a young man, who was deemed a terrorist by the US government, did not see his brother killed was not terribly important, but it was a fascinating story. I was very surprised at how many other people were interviewed in the documentary. I would recommend this film to anyone interested in the Boston area.

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Gerald C.

In the next few years, many states will join the list of states that have passed laws restricting the sale and distribution of television and movies to minors. In Indiana, the bill would make the possession of video games illegal for minors under 18, and would also make it a felony to bring a video game onto the premises of a place of worship. Indiana has a law which makes it illegal to distribute any "video game" to minors. It's an incredibly popular hobby among teenagers, who play video games and watch movies, and have never seen a reason to oppose it. However, as it currently stands, Indiana is one of several states with no laws against the sale of video games to minors. This documentary documents the state of Indiana and its history of fighting video games and other media to ensure that Indiana would never become a battleground state, but instead become a leader in the fight against media censorship.

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Jeremy V.

This documentary takes the viewer through the history of the Golan Heights and the motivations behind the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The films' visuals are beautiful and show what life was like in the Golan Heights at the time the first intifada started. Some of the most powerful images include: the evacuation of the entire town of Tel Aviv, the birth of the Palestinian nation, the death of four-year-old Ali Abu-Khashab, and the destruction of the Golan Heights by the Israeli army. The documentary shows how the Palestinian struggle was successfully used by the Israeli government as a way to make the conflict into a war of national survival. This fact was not lost on the Israeli government. One of the most important points that the film makes is that both sides were involved in the conflict, and the Israeli government was directly responsible for the refugee crisis. Most of the other documentaries focused on Israel and Palestine's history as a result of the conflict. In this documentary, however, we are shown how the conflict was directly responsible for the refugee crisis and how it affected the Golan Heights. If you are interested in the history of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, this documentary is a must-see.

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Willie Collins

I thought this was a good documentary about the only city in the United States with a full-time police force. The film highlights a city's policing practices, its approach to crime, its politics and its neighborhoods. It's a fascinating look at the how the police do their job, the history of the city, and the people they serve. Some of the discussion is tough to listen to, but it's all very interesting, and I have to say that I was impressed with the producers' persistence in pursuing this project. This film deserves to be seen by more people.

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A wonderful documentary, with a great message for anyone who wants to see the lives of the real-life "citizen jane" - all the while reminding you that this isn't a story that's really about her, but the lives of the people who have been impacted by the events she tells us about. She's far from the only one who's talking about the needs of her people. I hope this is used as a tool to get awareness to the various groups who have been touched by the injustices of the drug war. It's not easy to watch. But if you want to learn about the real lives of people who were affected by the drug war, see this film.

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Christian B.

One of the most fascinating parts of the documentary is watching the actors, who are all more or less business people, get in character for the movie. You can see that they have had a lot of practice, especially since the movie was made in 1985. But this film makes you want to get back to the filming and write the books. There are some books, which are almost as fascinating, but they don't exist yet. People talk about using the interviews as a way to create a book, but the interviews have only a brief relevance to the plot. In the end, it's an important documentary that will provide great entertainment for people who love history. I'm glad I watched it, and I recommend it to anyone who enjoys history. And if you haven't seen it, you must. It is well worth the time.

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As the title of this film states, it's an epic. It's been an epic for decades, and it's about to become even more so. As I say in the title, the documentary was not made by some guy, nor is it some super-hero, like so many documentaries are, but by a director, a man who can produce some of the greatest documentaries ever made. On top of that, the documentary is not only about the five boroughs, it's about all of NYC, and the battle between the majority and the minority, is about the most important battle in the history of the world. What I loved most about this film was that it brought together all of these amazing individuals and put them together to fight a battle that has been fought since the beginning of time, and one that will likely be fought for generations to come. The film is a celebration of the American spirit, and it is a celebration of the hard work and dedication of the people who live in NYC. I encourage everyone to watch this film, especially the people who live in the 5 boroughs, and take in what I was able to, that in New York City, the people are the ones who can make a difference, and when they do, the change will be permanent.

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I saw this movie at a screening last night, and I was pleasantly surprised by the fact that the film was actually quite good. I don't usually like documentaries, but I found this movie to be fairly interesting. It is basically a very in depth look at the history of the film industry. The film has interviews with many of the major players in the industry, and it has plenty of interesting information. The main story is about the release of Citizen Jane, and how it was cut down to a 2 hour movie. The film is very informative, and it does not shy away from showing the negative aspects of the film, which is a shame, because it was an excellent film. I would recommend this film to anyone interested in the history of the film industry. I would also recommend that anyone who is a fan of the film industry watch this film.

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I came to the movie thinking that I would enjoy it. I came out of it being frustrated. The film makers were not there to tell the story. They were there to present it. It seemed that they did not know what to say, how to talk about it, or what to say. As a result the movie didn't get the job done that it was intended to do. As the movie got longer, it became more and more disjointed. I am a parent and I would have liked to have seen more of the development of my son. The acting of the fathers was wonderful. They were just "there." There was no depth to the roles they were playing. I am sure the women in the audience also felt that way. As the movie continued, it became increasingly difficult to follow what was happening. The director seemed more concerned about the story and less about what the characters were saying or doing. I just could not see the "story" through the director's eyes. I did like the fact that there were some things that were very interesting and important to the audience. I was very interested in the responses of the younger women who were interviewed. I did not see the movie that I wanted to see. I was very disappointed.

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Edward S.

This documentary was one of the best I've seen in a long time. After I saw it I felt like I needed to watch it again. This is probably the most under-rated documentary of all time. This documentary covers the very important topics like the Corrupt Politicians in Australia and how the major parties got into power. This documentary was written by one of the people in the news media. This documentary was made to show the people of Australia how they are going to vote. I believe this documentary will be able to sway the election results in Australia. The documentary has interviews with all the major parties. I have heard that in Australia it is very difficult to change your vote in your government. This documentary can change your vote and you will not have to worry about voting for the other party. This documentary was made by a person that understands how the political system works in Australia. He had the help of many politicians and it is very difficult to talk to them without using code words. This documentary is the most important documentary you will ever see. I feel that this documentary will help change the political system in Australia and change your vote. This documentary is very informative. I highly recommend this documentary.

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John Y.

In a time of general de-funding of independent cinema, this documentary gives hope that there are still some very capable individuals working in this field. Without the financial support of major studios, it is difficult to tell the stories of these people. The film is very interesting and it gives a good idea about how we are feeling, what is happening, and what we are trying to change. It tells us how independent cinema is becoming an important part of the national culture, what we are doing to support it and what we are doing to stop the current trend of turning a documentary into a movie. I would recommend this film for a couple of reasons. First, I would like to thank the people involved with this film for the effort. I would like to thank everyone who made this movie possible and especially thank the students who made this movie possible.

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Lest anyone think this is a documentary on the The Philippines' campaign for the Rizal Memorial and Heroes' Memorial, I would like to point out that the movie is a political expose on how the Philippines' national election was handled and on how that might affect future elections. The movie's title comes from a symbolic poem, the Battle for the City, which was allegedly written by the late general Ferdinand Marcos (the same name he chose for his own presidential library and presidential residence, while he was still president of the Philippines). It is said to have been first published in 1975, but it was not until 2005 that it was published as the first of three volumes of the Philippine Revolution Archive. The Battle for the City was an attempt to overthrow the Marcos regime that took place in 1972. It was the worst incident in the history of the Philippines, and it is estimated that at least 200,000 people lost their lives. The movie is a historical document and a political one as well, as it attempts to show how the Rizal Memorial and the Heroes' Memorial were constructed and who financed the project. In other words, the movie examines the elections as well as the politics behind the elections. This film is a good example of how the politics of the country and the Philippines, during the decades of dictatorship, shaped the national and international perception of the country. One thing that has been often mentioned in the movie is the alliance between Marcos and the Japanese government during the war in the Philippines, which brought him to power. This alliance had a negative effect on the future of the country, and was used to convince the world that the country was not democratic. The movie shows how these events shaped the country and how, at the end of the movie, it was revealed that the Philippines was the only country to have its independence from Japan. This is a documentary that needs to be seen to understand how the country was ruled during the times of dictatorship.

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Carl Shaw

This film gives a great background of the controversial 50s period of time in NYC, as well as covering the different battles that led to the subsequent urban renewal projects. I especially liked how the filmmakers emphasized the issue of migration and how the city itself had many undocumented immigrants. I also liked the "nose to nose" film of Joseph's character, as well as the ending. While this film is really interesting, I thought that it was a little over-dramatic, and perhaps a bit long in spots. Overall, I thought this was a good documentary about the tumultuous 50s era of NYC. I highly recommend this film to anyone who is interested in how the city was changing, and how different groups were fighting for control of the city.

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I don't think this is an overly critical review, but I do have some reservations. For one, I think that the subject of this movie is too close to home. It seems that this subject is one that a lot of people are familiar with. I can't say that I really knew anyone that had served as a judge in the US military. That being said, the movie did cover a lot of the bases. It covered the aspects of the Army and the Air Force, as well as the Federal Government. It covered some other historical events, including the Civil War. It also covered many different types of members of the military. I thought that this movie did an excellent job of telling the story of the Vietnam War. It was an extremely difficult time for the men who served. I am glad that the movie was made, and I look forward to the film's release.

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Kathryn Gutierrez

As a fellow Roving Latino, I was very interested to see this documentary. I love documentaries about the Latino experience, and in particular, the immigrants experience, and this one was excellent. It was a story of a woman who is an immigrant, who was denied citizenship by the United States government due to her family's civil war past. Her stories are a story of an immigrant, who is a refugee, who wants to be a citizen, and finally, a refugee herself. The immigrant, in this case, was a woman, who is also a judge and a journalist, who tries to help her fellow woman, whose life is threatened because of a horrific crime. I liked this documentary because it wasn't a typical political movie. It wasn't a movie about politics, or about the political issues of the day. The movie was very important for the Latino community, because it showed us how the immigrant experience is different from other people's experience, and how hard it is for some to succeed. I really hope that this movie will be shown in many more places, because it should be shown more. The movie is very well-made, and the actors are very well chosen. It's very informative, and I hope you will give it a chance.

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Susan L.

As a massive movie buff, I have found the documentary "Citizen Jane" to be one of the best movies I have ever seen. The only movies I would not recommend is "Empire of the Sun", "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy, "Fantastic Four", "The Matrix", and "Empire of the Sun". I am not saying that I would not like any of these movies, but they are movies that have absolutely no depth to them, and thus, cannot hold my interest. "Citizen Jane" is an excellent movie for people that enjoy a good story, good characters, and a good plot. There is no one single flaw that I could find in this movie. In fact, it is probably one of the best movies that I have seen in a long time. I would give it an 8 out of 10. I can't wait for "Citizen Jane: The Story of Captain Dennys Crossing", which I hope will be out soon.

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Walter Nelson

Citizen Jane: Battle for the City is a documentary about the women who led the Women's Movement in the 60s. It chronicles the rise of the Women's Liberation Movement and the first major wave of women's suffrage. It includes interviews with some of the women who fought for the right to vote, who were beaten and raped by police officers, and who were imprisoned for their beliefs. It is a very moving documentary and I highly recommend it.

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Michael P.

As a parent, I have often wondered what my child's generation would do in an emergency situation. In a time of extreme terrorism and other threats, I have wondered whether our generation would be prepared to make decisions and respond in a timely manner. We are trained to fight and survive, but our skills and knowledge are not always what we need to respond in an emergency situation. I found the film "Citizen Jane" to be an excellent and thought provoking film about the importance of keeping your child safe and how a parent should be prepared to make decisions that will make their child safe in a time of crisis. The film does a great job of showing the importance of preparation, but also the importance of a parent being prepared to make decisions that will help their child survive. It is a very powerful film that can be very motivating for parents. I highly recommend that parents watch this film.

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Jane H.

I saw this film at the upcoming Tribeca Film Festival, and I am now able to tell you that this is truly an important documentary. There are so many other films that are just a collection of clips. This documentary is one of a kind. It tells the story of the struggle between the majority of the city's residents and the city government. It chronicles the difficulties of being a citizen and how the police force is supposed to protect the city. It is not clear that the police force is even capable of doing this. There are so many unanswered questions, but the film does provide some answers. These are truly important questions that need to be answered, but the film leaves them unanswered. A great documentary, that will definitely become a true staple in the history of American films. The film will be released on DVD in the fall. I highly recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the history of the United States.

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Billy G.

A political/journalist film that is rather interesting in that the production quality is good and the filming is superb, but the presentation is quite confusing. The title of the film is a bit misleading because it is not a documentary but rather a public service announcement from The Government. They make the public serve as "Citizen Jane", or whatever it is, to all of the important institutions in the world. The film opens with an interview with Anne-Marie Slaughter (Citizen Jane) where she explains why she wants to be a journalist and what she did before she became one. She is then interviewed by former Secretary of State George Schultz (John Landis) and former Chief of Staff Jack Goldsmith (Michael Stuhlbarg). The film then shows what happens when Citizen Jane was a reporter for the Wall Street Journal. They interview her again and show her how she began her career in The Journal. This time it is a television special on The History Channel. She does a great job and it is also interesting to see how she transitioned from a newspaper reporter to a television reporter. After her television career, she started her own newspaper. She continued to do news coverage for the newspaper until she died. Her life is then explored by some of her colleagues and relatives. The documentary covers some of her best and worst days. There are many moments in the documentary where they discuss what it was like to work for her. But then they all seem to go on and on. It is not easy to follow the story and it is very unclear. They also interview her ex-husband and her ex-boyfriend and they are both rather unclear. The film is an interesting story of how a young reporter rose to a successful career in journalism. The documentary is not very well-made but it does have an interesting and informative story. It is worth a watch for the very interesting interview with Anne-Marie Slaughter.

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Ryan G.

I have to say that I was stunned at how much I enjoyed this film. I just got back from a screening and have now purchased the DVD, I loved it so much! I don't usually watch documentaries, but I am so happy that this one is not just about any event, but it focuses on the key issues that we are facing today. I hope to see a lot more of these documentaries from this man in the future. You will not be disappointed, so go and see this film now!

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Jesse R.

As a producer, I often see myself as someone who does not have a position in the movie industry, but I was amazed that people do not think I have a "movie voice" - this is especially true for my writing. And I know that I'm not unique in this. But I was impressed that so many people found me so worthy of such a view. I will continue to write and I am looking forward to other documentaries, because I know there are many other people out there who have similar experiences and who are trying to find those who are willing to share them with the world.

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Christina May

The pro-environmental message is very effective and is not overplayed at all, it is made very clear, but what the film does not show is the activities of the local environmental activist who is also a private citizen. She is very effective in showing the concerns of the people that there are also a lot of serious problems in this city. I agree with what the director said in the interview, when he says "I love it when I can look at my children and not be afraid", the film makers did a great job showing this effect, and not over exaggerating or not taking the environmental point of view. In conclusion, I think the film is worth seeing, I think the director did a great job in making it entertaining and educational. I also think that the "city of citizens" theme is a great idea. It shows how citizens from all walks of life can work together, but I think that the film makers could have improved on this part. They could have shown more, but I would have preferred that they show more actions of the environmental activist and less of the action of the private citizen, but maybe they should do more interviews with these people to get to know them better. I would also like to add that the documentary in many ways could be compared to a great documentary called "Finding Nemo", in that it does show what the people in the movie think, but at the same time is quite realistic, and shows the true impact of this city and it's environmental problems. The film also shows how people can work together, and make things happen, and I would also like to see more of this kind of documentaries. This film does a great job in showing the real life effects of the environmental issues in this city, but I would have liked to see more interviews with the environmental activist, and less of the actions of the private citizen. I also think that the director could have done a better job at showing the ecological problems, because I think he missed some important points in this film. I am giving this film an 8/10. A must see documentary. 8/10

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Citizen Jane: Battle for the City is a movie that I was really excited to watch as I've always been a fan of Ayaan Hirsi Ali and her strong stand for women's rights. The movie was informative and it is great that Ayaan showed her experience in the early years of her activism as she grew up in Somalia. She explains that she is not an advocate for women, she is an activist for women. She shows her personal journey of dealing with her father's violence and her relationship with her brothers who would only care about money. The movie is a bit lengthy but still the documentary is good because it shows Ayaan's personal and educational experience and her journey from Somali to the United States and to the Dutch. The movie does a good job in showing how Ayaan got started in her activism and how she is in the forefront of women's rights in the Netherlands. The movie is quite depressing at some points and the movie itself is very long. The movie is quite informative and interesting as Ayaan continues to fight for women's rights and I believe the movie is worth seeing.

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Richard Weaver

This is an important documentary that attempts to educate the public about the historical significance of the Westport, CT incident that occurred during the Boston Massacre in 1770. A doctor, a historian and a filmmaker each offer their own unique perspective on the significance of the Westport Massacre. These people had been researching the historical events surrounding the massacre for many years and bring their knowledge to bear on the film. The film does not have the interest and feel of a regular documentary. Instead it is an intimate look into the minds and perspectives of these historians and film makers. They discuss the history of the Westport Massacre and its role in the history of America. The topics discussed include the historical significance of the Westport Massacre and the impact it had on the American Revolution and World War I. The film does not present all the facts in detail but rather leaves the viewer with the opportunity to take in the significance of the events. One of the most fascinating things about the film is that the three experts are completely separate from one another. The three people are, in essence, completely different people with different perspectives. They also don't necessarily agree on everything and this is the key to the depth of the film. Each person brings their own interpretation of the historical events and the film is one of those rare documentaries that both gives an objective view of the historical events and also leaves the viewer with an interpretation of the historical events. This film was a part of the Boston Documentary Festival and was an excellent choice for a documentary that focuses on the Westport Massacre. There was no footage from the actual massacre and some of the participants in the Westport Massacre did not appear in the film. If you are interested in the history of the Westport Massacre or the history of the Boston Massacre, you will love this documentary.

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Janice Brewer

It's all here, from the first press release to the final result. The rich and colorful life of a common man who is raised to the leadership of the resistance in WWI. With a hand on his shoulder, so to speak. Even more rich in the eyes of the people. That's what it is. A movie about life in a time of war, and how a common man can rise above it all, and prove to the world that there is more to a man than just his military career.

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Diana Green

This is the second documentary I've seen about the history of the federal government and the history of women in it. The first documentary I saw was "The Trenches" by Tom Bevans, which was about women and the Civil War. This documentary is about women and the United States government. It's an interesting look at how the women were treated in the US government. I think the best part of the documentary is the discussion of the "underground" movement that was going on during the first half of the 20th century. The women were fighting for their rights, but were also fighting for their rights to vote, to have a voice in government, and to have a seat at the table in the government. That underground movement was a powerful force for women and women's rights. If you want to know more about the history of the women's rights movement, I highly recommend watching "The Trenches."

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Brittany Guerrero

I was surprised to see a documentary on this film, since the MPAA removed it from the public release schedule. The documentary does a good job of explaining what the film is about, but I was a bit put off by the political nature of the film. It seemed like the main actor, Ava DuVernay, was trying to pull off a film about politics. While I don't know if she has the skill to pull this off, I will say that she did a good job, as well as her director, Fassbender. Although the movie was good, I think the political issues it raised were better discussed in "Her," the film DuVernay also did about the 2016 election.

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This documentary looks at the battle of the image. In the late 90's the digital age began to change how we communicate. Now people are not just communicating digitally, they are talking to each other digitally and communicating digitally. The term "cyberbullying" was coined. But what does it mean? Where does it come from? How does it affect the individuals involved? The film explores this question from the perspective of a community whose culture is changing, from the technology and entertainment industry. I would say that this film is an improvement over the typical popular documentary. The film is informative and insightful and it is well edited. But I feel that there were too many questions asked in the film and not enough answers given. The biggest drawback I found in the film was the overuse of the word "bullying." What exactly is bullying? Why is it bad? What are the consequences for the individuals involved? What is bullying and what is its definition? I also felt that the film went on too long. I think that I could have left it in more than two hours but I still felt that there was more that could have been said. Overall, I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to know more about the changing image of media and what is bullying. However, I believe that it could have been better. The documentary is excellent in both its story and its editing. But I think that the question that needs to be asked is what does bullying look like? What are the consequences? What are the consequences for the individual who is involved? For the families who have to deal with this?

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Thomas Pearson

I just want to say thank you to all who gave me a copy of this movie. I wanted to say thanks for the job you did on this movie. I would recommend this movie to everyone. I have the feeling that it was just great. It would be great for my parents to watch with me. I am also going to say thank you to all the people who supported this movie. It was well made and a great movie. It was very moving and I want everyone to watch it. I am going to see it again. I will give this movie a 10 out of 10.

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I've been following the story of the fight for the freedom of the American colonies from the beginning. And I have to say that the documentary is very well done. The production is done very well. I have to say that the presentation of the facts is very well done. I am surprised that the documentary does not have more information about the other side of the story. The movie is good, but not as good as it could have been. But I do recommend it to anyone who is interested in the story of the American Revolution.

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Timothy G.

In a rare interview from the set of the sequel to his 1986 Oscar winning film Citizen Kane, Mr. Spielberg reveals how much the controversy over Citizen Kane led to the scrapping of the original screenplay and how he was disappointed to see the reaction it caused. Spielberg is very much a proponent of originality and keeps his comments very much in the light of what he himself has been asked about the film's "thrilling" ending. But he points out that his original idea for the film had to be scrapped because of its being too cliched, but the director also reveals that the film actually became a hit with audiences, and so the finished product turned out to be just as great. While the film does have its flaws, Mr. Spielberg is very much against re-telling the film, and he says that if his brother George had been asked to rewrite the script for The Great Gatsby, he would have been more than willing to do so. Spielberg also talks about the positive and negative reactions the film had to it, with the positive being that people loved the movie's bold visuals, and the negative being that the movie didn't do well in the box office. Mr. Spielberg also talks about the return of one of his favorite characters, Henry Fonda, who plays Dashwood in the sequel. The only other interview that I have seen from Mr. Spielberg is in the trailer for Schindler's List, but that one is much more grounded in the nature of Spielberg's films, so it's not really necessary to see this interview from that one. Anyway, this is a very good interview, with some very interesting revelations about the film that the film industry doesn't often reveal, and I can't wait to see what Mr. Spielberg has in store for us next.

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Brenda Hayes

The title says it all. This documentary explores the story of the police and the people who are on the front lines of a new era of policing and community policing. The movie is a must see. It goes into a great deal of detail about how many of the people in the inner city were unable to have access to the police and their services. It gives an insight into the culture of a community and gives a voice to those who are already incarcerated and to the many who are awaiting a trial. The film will change you. It will change your outlook on the police and the people that are called to the service. This film is a must see. If you like this movie, you will love this documentary. It is a must see.

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Christina B.

This is one of the most important films ever made. From the moment the documentary starts to the end of it you will feel like your watching history. It really gets you thinking about what has happened over the years. It also shows how the US government and the people we elect to lead us in the future have let the country down. This is one of those documentaries that we need to watch and talk about. I highly recommend it. It is a great example of what should be in a documentary. Please watch this documentary if you haven't already.

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Ralph C.

As a long-time fan of the Oscar-nominated CITIZEN KENNY, and to my surprise to see the subject of the documentary on a late-night talk show, I was a little apprehensive about the topic of the documentary, which I was just told would be somewhat biased towards CITIZEN KENNY. I'm happy to report that I was totally wrong about this. This film shows the 'real' CITIZEN KENNY through the eyes of the mother and sister of a guy who was shot and killed by a member of the city's police force, as well as a cop himself. I was impressed by how sensitively and well done the director and writer handled this topic, as well as the courage they have to talk about it. They showed CITIZEN KENNY in a way that made me feel as if I was actually witnessing a story unfold on screen. In the documentary, we hear from several key people who were involved in CITIZEN KENNY, including people like the detective who investigated the case, the mayor of the city who thought it was a racially motivated attack, and the woman who became a volunteer at the hospital where she was assaulted and ended up in the hospital, where she then decided to take action against the police force for not doing enough to protect her. The film also goes into how some CITIZEN KENNY victims sued the city and then lost. This film does a very good job of showing how police and prosecutors looked the other way for a long time while a man was murdered, even while he was trying to warn the public about the dangers of the police force. A very important part of this film is how the filmmaker and writer handled the relationship between CITIZEN KENNY victims and CITIZEN KENNY's surviving victims. As I've stated in the summary, the CITIZEN KENNY case is very sensitive to me. I knew the truth about CITIZEN KENNY before I saw this documentary, but now I know more than ever about CITIZEN KENNY's implications, because I was actually very lucky to have a chance to meet the real CITIZEN KENNY's surviving victims. I think it's a very powerful film that is well-acted, and directed, and edited, and it is well-worth seeing. I think it will be important to see the CITIZEN KENNY documentary in order to learn more about CITIZEN KENNY's tragic story.

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This is a great film. It's very true to the facts. There are a lot of things that could have been better done with the documentary. But overall it is an amazing documentary and it really shows the way that people work in this country. It also shows how the people are all different, some work for corporations, some are for charities, some are for family and some are just for fun. It also shows what happens in America when things go wrong and how people who are still poor can still have a job, and how some people have been deprived of that even though they've been living on a farm. There are also a lot of different situations, such as the prison. And the current situation in America, where a lot of people can't even afford a cell phone. It also shows how people who are minorities can't get jobs, and also how many poor and homeless people are just for fun. It also shows how poverty affects your health, and how you can get a lot of things that you need for your health. It also shows how different people from different backgrounds can work together and become friends. It also shows how different people can be close to each other and can get along. And then there are the different stories of people that were involved in the conflict between the Korean people and the Americans. The film really shows how they fight and that the Korean people are not a race. The documentary really shows that, how they are different. And it also shows that there are people who have fought a war with a different nation and that those people have a different point of view than the people who are fighting the war against the Korean people. I think that the movie is very entertaining, because it's real. I think that you really see the people and the people have different opinions. And it also shows how much they struggle with their poverty, and how they are not just living for themselves. The movie really shows that there is a lot of fighting going on. And the people that were involved in the conflict are very different. It also shows that the Korean people are not only fighting for their own pride. It also shows that the American people are fighting a war against a different country and that they are very different people. I really think that this is a really good film, and it's really worth seeing.

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Gerald Lynch

It was refreshing to see a documentary about the second-rate, second-class state-of-the-art films we were seeing. It's good to see documentaries about documentaries. This documentary is really excellent. The experience is like reading a book. It's the kind of movie that has a beginning, a middle, and an end. It has a narrative and a flow. It also has interesting characters. The way they are portrayed is like they are real people. It's a great way to learn about the process of film making and the making of documentaries. It's a must see for anyone who wants to know how to make films.

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Samantha Schneider

I grew up in the 80's and remember seeing this movie at a little theatre in my hometown. The political commentary is undeniable, but I was enthralled by the story, the art, and the photography. I don't know how many other people know this, but it's available on VHS and DVD. The DVD contains a seven part documentary on the making of this movie, and it's great. They show interviews with many of the people involved in the making of the movie and it's fascinating to see their reactions to the movie, particularly the problems with the movie's director. The story about the cast and crew is great, but it's the interviews with people involved in the making of the movie that really makes the movie worthwhile. The real standout is an interview with Robin Williams, and he really makes you think. He has a very interesting story to tell about the problems with the movie, and it's interesting to hear from a guy who grew up in a small town, a person who sees his town as something that is "not really real". It's also interesting to hear what Robin Williams is saying about his role in the movie and the reasons for it. The DVD also contains some bonus material. I recommend the documentary and the bonus material.

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Carolyn G.

This documentary is about the investigation into a potential terrorist attack against New York City in 2006. It explores the events of the day, from what went down on the ground to the level of understanding that the public had with the "victims". The main protagonist of the documentary is Elisabeth O'Brien, who is the "Citizen Jane" who investigates the incident. O'Brien reports on her work and personal life, which eventually leads to her becoming a "person of interest" for the NYPD. O'Brien is the lead character, and the investigation goes on, through various other people and organizations involved in the investigation. It goes on for almost three hours, and it shows a lot of detail about the investigation, which is amazing to watch. The entire investigation is shown, in great detail. There are interviews with the families of the "victims", and O'Brien herself talks about her work and her life. You can see the seriousness in the faces of the families, which is amazing. The documentary also features a great video, which gives an idea of the type of threat that New York City has to face, which is interesting. Overall, I think that the documentary is good, but it is the way that it was produced, which I find very strange. You could have done a much better job at the documentary. It is also very interesting to see how O'Brien works, and how she integrates her work into her personal life. If you're interested in the investigation into the attacks, I recommend this documentary. 8/10

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Jacob F.

I've seen this film twice now. The first time, I watched it with a friend who is a huge fan of the book. We talked about it. The second time I was in the theater watching the film. The first thing that was interesting about this film was the title. The book was called "The Price of Salt." The second thing that was interesting about the film was that it was based on a book. It was based on the book "To Kill a Mockingbird." So, you know that there was a reason for this film to exist. It is based on a book that was written by Harper Lee, which is her real life husband. I thought that the film was a great read. It really helped me understand the book and make me see it as more than just a tale. I think the book is a good one. It's a great book and it is full of real life events. I think it is a great story that can inspire anyone. The film does a good job of telling the story. I think it's better to see the book first then the film. But it's a great film, it just doesn't have that same impact on you like the book. The book is a great story. It has heart. It really does a great job of getting you to care about the characters and getting you to care about the story. The film doesn't have that same effect. But, I would recommend this film. I think it's a great film. I think it will help you understand the story and understand what it is all about.

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This documentary is really interesting and interesting to watch. It shows what is happening in France and in Europe and in America, both with regard to migration and terrorism. The movie also focuses on a couple, Martin and Martine, whose life and work are intertwined and who are in the same political party. They are refugees from the Algerian civil war and are at the moment living in a refugee camp. They are the two youngest people to ever be in refugee camps in Europe. Martin's son, Frederic, is an American citizen. He is also a reporter for a newspaper in New York. As he and Martine were sitting in the documentary they gave several reasons for fleeing their homeland, from the German occupation in WWII to the Arab occupation. I think that this is a really interesting film. I liked the interviews with the refugees and the stuff about Martin and Martine, and I also liked the way that they show the culture and language differences between the two generations and the differences between the parties. But as a whole I think that the film is pretty boring and I would have liked it a lot more if the focus was on the refugees. I would have liked it if they had talked about how Martin and Martine are trying to save their children from the potential danger and how they are trying to make sure that they don't leave the country.

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Carl Santos

Overall, I'm not a huge fan of biopics, but this was really well done. It's really interesting to see how the changes in social consciousness has impacted the evolution of American society. In many ways, this is the most accurate portrayal of how the world has changed in recent years. In this case, the primary focus was on the social change of the 60's and 70's. The documentary isn't too long and there aren't a whole lot of voice-over narration (which I was very happy about), but it is a well-told story. The way the footage is presented is just as it was in those years. There are several interviews with people that the film targets to. As much as I liked the style of the film, I was disappointed with the pacing. For a biopic, it's long. I don't really mind a biopic that is much longer. It helps the story to stick more to the subjects' lives. This film does that. I think it is very important to give the subject of the documentary something to talk about. The story focuses on how much time they have in which to think about things. It is interesting to see that both people that were in the movement in the 60's and 70's and people who were in the movement in the 80's and 90's have a similar perspective. It really does make the film interesting. The issue of the time frame is a little awkward, but I guess that is the film's purpose. I would say the pacing is perfect. In some ways, the film is too long. The film does get a little drawn out at times. I was very glad that the film ended with all the interviews. I was very interested to learn more about the women in the movement. I think that the film did a very good job of portraying how much the women in the movement were important to the movement. Overall, I give this film a strong 7/10. It is very interesting, well told, and is well presented. I would definitely recommend this film.

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Donna Young

The film follows the daily life of a single mom in the city of Cleveland, Ohio, who's been living in a hospital for almost twenty years. Her story is incredible. This is a powerful film. It shows us how a single mother in the city of Cleveland, Ohio can overcome the odds and make a positive change for her child. She does this by raising her child, Laura, by herself. She does this by working for what she needs and by helping others. I highly recommend this film.

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The documentary features interviews with numerous people who have knowledge of the events surrounding the 1993 genocide of the Tutsi people in Rwanda. The film is primarily made to educate the public about the events, but also contains some personal testimony from survivors of the genocide, the former Tutsi president, and some of the people involved. The film focuses mostly on the genocide and its effects on the people of Rwanda and the neighbouring countries, but some of the interviews are from survivors of the genocide who were living in neighbouring countries, such as Burundi, Tanzania, Rwanda, and Uganda. Also, the film offers a number of arguments that are presented to support genocide denial. One of the main points is that genocide denial is based on a rejection of the historicity of the events, rather than on their historical reality. The documentary also gives some insight into the motives of some of the anti-Tutsi activists who were involved in the genocide. The documentary is written by one of the genocide survivors, and has some strong commentary on the events of the Rwandan genocide. The documentary is pretty informative, and is definitely recommended for people interested in the Rwandan genocide.

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Eric Obrien

I did not expect much from this movie, especially after having seen the trailer. I was totally wrong. This is an excellent movie that is full of fascinating information and beautifully presented. I also loved the soundtrack, which makes the movie even more immersive. I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to learn about the consequences of our changing environment.

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Bruce P.

What I loved most about this documentary was the stories and perspectives that were presented. Some are small, some are big. Some have been used to raise money, some have been used to make a documentary. What is truly amazing about this movie is that it was done on the basis of these stories. The power of these stories and the incredible story that was told is amazing. What I was most impressed with is the amazing teamwork and the commitment and love of these people. I could not believe how many people cared about this cause and that they all wanted to make a difference. It is amazing to see how far these stories have come. This is a must see for any documentary lover. The stories of what happened, the steps that were taken and the overwhelming support of so many, it is truly a must see. I hope that this movie will be shown in every high school and college in the nation. The power of this movie is truly a testament to how powerful our collective power is.

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As a documentary, it's surprisingly well-made and effective. It gives the audience a taste of what it must be like to live in a city like New York during the 20th century, without ever showing the physical hardships of living in an urban area. This makes it more believable for viewers, as well as a little bit scary for them. While this movie won't change your life, it's worth a watch.

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Samuel S.

This is an excellent documentary on the battle for the city of Seattle in the early 1960's. The film follows many of the key players involved in the battle, their families, their struggles, their triumphs and their tragedies. It also gives some background on the controversy surrounding the vote to bring the Seahawks to Seattle and the city's reaction. It is interesting to see how the National Football League views Seattle and how they treat their fans. As far as the football rivalry, the film never mentions the NFL and instead focuses on the city and how it dealt with the situation. There is no political commentary or commentary on the city or its people. The film's strengths are its accuracy and its insight into the story of Seattle. The portrayal of the city is very true to life and the scenes in Seattle are very well done. However, the film could have done with a little more dramatic tension, especially during the games. Overall, this is a great film. It provides an excellent account of the day in and day out battle between the people and the Seahawks. It is also interesting to see how the NFL treats its fans. I highly recommend it.

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Nicole P.

This movie tells the story of Citizen Jane, a woman who was forced to give up her birthright and marry a local farmer. The townspeople don't understand why Jane did it, and are not able to accept that she is not from the town. The movie is great, the history and events are very interesting and true, and the documentary quality is excellent. The movie is very informative, and I was even surprised that there were no women in the town who knew who Jane was. Overall, I would recommend this movie to anyone who has an interest in the subject, and to anyone who would like to learn more about Jane, or the whole idea of "Citizen Jane".

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I agree with the previous reviewer who said that this is not a documentary but a documentary of a documentary. I agree that the director did not have the best of intentions and the film is slow at times but I liked the overall message and the film is a must see for anyone who has ever worked in a city council office. The first 45 minutes is a great introduction to what makes a city council office tick and I think that is what makes the film so great. It shows you that working on a council office can be fun but it also teaches you how to handle conflicts with your fellow council members. It also shows how city employees behave and interact with one another. The filming was amazing, the editing was superb and I was totally surprised by the quality of the film. I can't wait for the DVD release so I can watch it over and over again. I would give this a 10 out of 10 because I really enjoyed the film and would recommend it to anyone. I give it a 9 out of 10 because I think it is a bit long but I will have to see how the director does it next time. I also liked the fact that there were no highlights. I was very impressed with the editing and I think that the director did a great job of getting the film to the point.

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Walter N.

I don't know why this movie was so poor. I really enjoyed it. I thought the film was very well done. There were some very revealing bits in it, that were quite surprising to me. I think a lot of people may be put off by the documentary format, but I thought it was extremely interesting and I think it was very well done. I would recommend this film to anyone who likes documentaries. I would definitely watch it again, and I think this is a movie that I will watch again, because it's so interesting. I really do not think this film was given the proper treatment. It should have been nominated for best documentary at the Oscars. I feel it was really unjust. I also feel it was very important to talk about the need for water. Water is such a vital issue, and it is a very small issue, but it is an important issue. I don't know how much it affected the film, but it was definitely a good documentary.

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I loved this documentary and was reminded of all of the stories of people who were inspired and had an extraordinary life. I remember reading about the role that spirit of service played in people's lives and how important it was to us, but this movie gives a voice to those who live in the shadows. I think people are living in the shadow of society's expectations and are living day by day without real love, which is what inspires and saves us. What does love look like, what does it take, what does it cost, and what does it mean? These are the questions I had after watching this movie. I would recommend it to anyone. It's an outstanding documentary that will definitely change the way you think about what matters most in life.

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Nathan Schultz

There are many things that can be said about this film. But I'll leave you to decide what you think of it. First of all, it's a documentary, and you should know that before watching it. Secondly, I'm not a huge fan of this director, so I wouldn't compare it to his other films. Thirdly, it's a documentary about the author of the book, and it's a pretty good one at that. Fourthly, the film is interesting, and it's a good example of how the media is used to manipulate the public and create a false reality. Fifthly, I'm not a huge fan of this film, but I still think it's a good one. The director's comments are also interesting. So I can't really say anything bad about it. It's a good documentary. I recommend it to anyone who's interested in the subject. 7/10

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Debra M.

I was not familiar with this film until it came out on DVD. I'm a fan of the documentary series, and I wanted to see what all the fuss was about. I'm glad I did, because this documentary is really a good look at the early days of the "War on Terrorism". It covers the early years of the War on Terror, the intelligence gathering, the first raids, the initial surveillance, and the Bush administration's attitude towards the world. It also covers the aftermath of the War on Terror, the Patriot Act, the Patriot Act 2.0, the Patriot Act 3.0, and the Patriot Act 4.0. It's a good look at how the "War on Terror" began and what it's all about. It's a must see, but I'm sure you'll have a lot more questions than answers.

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I agree with all the other reviews and would recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the real issues. For the most part it is factual and informative. The more I see documentaries about people in America, the more I understand that we all have to deal with the issues of our government. The documentary is too short and not enough information is given in it. A lot of information is left out. The answers are not presented. I was told that this is only for the hard core conspiracy theorists. If you have more knowledge, go see a documentary. I think there are some inaccuracies in the information that is given. It is nice to see that there are people that do understand and act accordingly to the situation. They can see the situation as a result of the actions of the government. To me, it is difficult to know what the people behind the scenes want. All I know is that the people behind the scenes seem to be concerned about their own people and doing their best to keep us safe. I believe they want us to focus on the things that can be done to make a difference in the world. When I see this documentary, I see that a lot of people want to protect us. People in America are divided. They think that they are not having enough influence, or that they don't have enough influence. They are still divided and fighting each other. That is not good. There are still a lot of Americans that are not happy with the government. They are still waiting for the government to take action. I am hoping that this documentary will show the government that people want action and that they should do their best to make a difference.

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I was a bit skeptical about this documentary after watching the trailer. It seemed like the "confession" from the mayor was very strange. But I thought it was good and very insightful. It's definitely worth watching and you will get to know more about the mayor and the relationship between him and the people of the city.

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Ethan S.

I watched this documentary yesterday. It was awesome. The director and producer, Ed McMahon, is a great documentary filmmaker and I am looking forward to more of his work. A lot of other documentaries are okay, but this one really impressed me. It's very informative and it's a very entertaining movie. I highly recommend this documentary.

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Walter B.

As a Brit, I was surprised by this film. I had heard that it was anti-war and anti-US, but I was not expecting it to be this much. It really gets into the heads of the people involved and gives you a sense of what it must have been like for them to be in a position where they had to make decisions on behalf of the country. It's a very well made film, with excellent music and some very moving moments. I also found the film to be very informative and informative at the same time. It's not just about the war, but about the people involved. It's a really moving and emotional film, and I would highly recommend it to anyone who has not seen it. It's well worth seeing.

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Lawrence C.

A young black woman makes her debut as a powerful political activist in a country where slavery is still an issue. I saw this documentary at the Sundance Film Festival and was impressed by how the subject matter was handled. A young woman (Sandra Bland) is one of the most inspiring and powerful people I have seen in a long time. She has been arrested and incarcerated many times but has been able to continue to fight for what she believes in. It is a very sad story but very important and important to anyone who cares about justice and the importance of truth.

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Lawrence G.

I saw this film when it first came out in theaters. It was an incredibly moving film, with some very touching moments. I saw this film in a theater with only a few people in the audience. I was surprised at how many people came out of the film to say that they had never known that they could support the film. It was the kind of film that a film student would want to see. I thought that it was a great film, and I would recommend it to anyone. It is a film that has a lot of powerful messages and could be used by anyone. I think that it is one of the most important films of the year, and it is a very important film that should be seen by everyone.

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Judith M.

I didn't know what to expect going into this film, and I was pleasantly surprised. It's a documentary about the life of a woman who was a young woman in the 1940s and early 1950s and is now a woman in her 70s. She has a heart of gold and is a very, very funny woman. She talks about the battles of her youth and how she was a big supporter of the women's movement. She talks about her childhood, her husband, her kids, her daughter, her sister, her brother. I loved every minute of this documentary. I have a feeling that most people who watch this film will also have a great sense of history. There are so many things about this film that I like and that are also well documented. The film was so well done that I was glad that I was able to sit down and watch it. I loved this film and I hope that you will too. This is a must see.

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Shirley Barnett

I am a major film buff, and usually I love documentaries. This documentary, Citizen Jane, is very informative and is very entertaining. It does an excellent job of portraying the behind the scenes work that was done to make this documentary. It is very interesting to watch how it was produced, how people felt about it, how the film got made. This documentary was very informative, I think most people should see it. I give it an A+.

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Benjamin P.

I was initially surprised at the low rating this film had received, but I have to admit that I have been a long time fan of the film, and I finally had a chance to view it. I must say that this is a great documentary on the subject of American Civil Rights. The issues presented in the film are fairly universal throughout the entire world. While it deals with some of the more radical and radicalized factions in the US (especially in the South), the main focus is always on the citizens of the United States. It deals with the problems that are caused by racism, and the impact it has on the nation. It is about how racism is considered a "local problem" when it is really a global problem that is tearing the entire planet apart. The filmmakers certainly made a good job at telling the story, and I have to say that it was an important documentary on the subject of America's freedom.

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It's kind of cool to see a movie that has a very well-rounded and well-developed story that is actually an interesting and compelling story. This movie tells the story of women who fought in the American Revolution (the movie does not take place in the French Revolution, but in the American Revolution, i.e. the French Revolution). This is a movie that is very well-made and that is based on fact. I really loved the way the movie explained the whole story, and it actually made sense, as opposed to all the Hollywood movies that make you think about the movie before you see it, and make you go and find out that the story is not true. There are many people who have not heard of the story of the American Revolution (the American Revolution) and they would not understand it, but they would still be able to understand it. This movie is very interesting and very well-written. The history of the American Revolution is told in a very well-paced way, the film also tells the story of the women who fought, the men who fought, and the people who were either part of the American Revolution or were born in America. This is a movie that shows the love and passion of these women, and how they suffered, as well as the love and passion of these men who were fighting for their country and the respect of their countrymen. It shows the love of these women for their country, and the love of these men for their country. It also shows the passion of these men, and the love of these women. I think this is a very well-made and well-written movie. I am not saying that I loved every single thing that this movie had to say, but I definitely enjoyed it. This movie is definitely not a movie that I would recommend to all people, but it definitely is a movie that I would recommend to people who have never heard of the American Revolution.

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This documentary was directed by Leigh Taylor-Johnson (of Reel People fame) and filmed in New York City. He and his wife Elisabeth Paltrott (of the best-selling girl power book series "Boys" and "The New Girl") are a pair of New York-based, feminist activists and documentarians who have been involved in many political campaigns over the past decade. Their last project was a documentary about the campaign of then-Congresswoman Mary Jo Kopechne (D-AZ) to pass a women's right to choose bill. They were well aware of the difficulty of producing an all-out feminist documentary, but decided to focus on Kopechne's candidacy and the issue of the right to choose. The documentary opens in 1993 with a brief discussion of the fact that Kopechne would not be able to vote, because her marriage to a man was out of order. The film follows the two women throughout her campaign. They discuss Kopechne's record and how it may have affected her support from the LGBT community and among the population as a whole. They also discuss Kopechne's political positions, including a move to the left on civil rights issues and a move to the right on abortion. The film does not focus on any specific candidate, but instead focuses on the issues of abortion, gender equality and abortion access. There is a significant emphasis on the marriage between Kopechne and her doctor, Dr. Edward Szabo. Their conversations were very personal and their views on the issues are echoed by others in the audience. The first half of the film deals with Kopechne's campaign and her relationships with other candidates, but as the campaign goes on, the film shows how much the campaign affected Kopechne's personal life, which included the birth of her first child, an illness, a divorce, and the death of her mother. The film also shows the impact of the campaign on her marriage and how the campaign affected her personal life. The documentary ends in 1996, after Kopechne lost the election to state Senator Terrence Henry. Kopechne was on a career downward spiral and was disinherited. A lot of the interviews with Kopechne are so touching and personal that you would have to be pretty down on yourself to not be touched. This film was a personal look at a very important and controversial issue, but it also had a lot of hard truths. It's a very compelling documentary and well worth seeing.

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Ann R.

This documentary is a must see for everyone who is a descendant of the former slaves, or is proud to be of a "white" heritage. The documentary looks at the lives of the former slaves, their attitudes towards their new identities, their struggles and successes in the "civil rights" movements. The documentary also includes interviews with former slaves and their families, and their descendants. The documentary is a must see for anyone who cares about the civil rights movement. This is a great documentary to watch on a rainy day!

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Carol R.

A must see for everyone! I watched this film at a film festival last week, and this is the first time I have ever seen it. I was quite overwhelmed by the sheer scope of it. The narrative is impeccable. It explores how human rights and democracy are entangled in the workings of democracy, in which there are a great many contradictions. It makes the connections between the origins of the idea of democracy and its ethical consequences. It is a unique story that makes you wonder, "why?" or "why not?" because this is a movie about the man behind the idea of democracy, which is part of the most popular and widely practiced political system in the world. Its about a man who is perceived as a hero and one of the most effective intellectuals in the world, but his ideas are questioned, and he is hunted down by those who would kill him. This film is a brilliant example of how free speech, democracy, and the idea of democracy can be completely destroyed by a single individual or a small group of people. How the right to speak is protected, but freedom of the press is not. How the idea of democracy can be overturned by the need to dominate a nation. And how a single man can destroy the idea of democracy. He is able to make the world a very dangerous place, and it is his ideas that made the world a dangerous place.

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Benjamin W.

A really good documentary about how a group of people united to fight against the banks during the great financial crisis of 2008. It's extremely compelling and you'll feel like you're part of the fight. Although the documentary is more about the bankers than the people, it's still very inspiring. You feel like you're part of a national struggle against the bankers. I don't think I could have cared less if it was the same people. What I would have liked to know is how this was done. I know it was done in order to support the survivors of the crisis, but how? I can only hope that this documentary will be released on DVD and the names of the people will be released in the credits. In the meantime, it's well worth watching.

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Citizen Jane: Battle for the City (2016) was produced by Brian De Palma, John Woo and Steven Soderbergh, who teamed up to make the biographical drama about the long-held conspiracy of the American media to show black people in a negative light. It was directed by Stanley Donen and produced by Soderbergh and Woo, with music by Elton John. It was co-written by John Ridley and Kurt Wimmer. The film begins with a poignant story of three black men who were killed by police while holding an anti-war rally. After being released from prison, these men decide to lead the nation's media in a false flag operation that will be used to topple the government and establish a black government. From there, they use their resources to build a terrorist cell and murder white journalists and politicians. The film was produced by Steven Soderbergh, who also wrote the screenplay. The film also features music by Elton John, as well as some amazing sound design by Gregorio Sandoval. One thing that I really liked about the film was that it's based on real life footage that occurred during that time period. It also has a few historical facts about the media. This is a powerful film that will show people that when there are no facts to back up the media's actions, it's not only wrong but illegal. This is a film that really should be seen. It really is a must see.

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This is an important documentary about the issues of corruption in politics. The film is very informative and will allow the viewer to really see what is going on in the political world. However, I am a little disappointed in the way the information is presented. It is simply too biased, and instead of being a documentary it becomes a polemic. If you want to know how corrupt our government is, go and watch this film. It will give you an idea. However, it is not a documentary, but a polemic, and it is very political.

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This documentary is about the life of a young woman who, through her courage, determination and bravery, took on the likes of the KKK and the Nazis. It was very entertaining and made me think a lot about the history of this country and the history of the Nazis. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who likes history or to people who have been involved in civil rights issues. It's a very good documentary and I would recommend it to anyone.

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The documentary tells the story of the fight for the city of Detroit. The film follows the efforts of the "Detroit Free Press" to fight the mayor's plan to build a new freeway through the city. The Free Press went on to win the Pulitzer Prize for its coverage of the fight. The film also follows the efforts of the American Civil Liberties Union, the NAACP, the American Indian Movement, the Black Panther Party, and others to fight the freeway. It also focuses on the role of the automobile industry in the fight. It is a good documentary but it does not tell the whole story.

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Kathryn Romero

What do we do when a president of our country dies. What is it that is so special about this country and what does it mean to us? Why do we do what we do? What is so special about America? It is amazing how people are so concerned about one man, Donald J. Trump. But who would have ever thought that this man would actually be elected. In a way, this documentary was a better than expected. It gives us a good idea about what this man stands for, what his policies are, what is he concerned about. The film is divided into three parts. The first one is about the time of his presidency and the second part is about his life after his presidency. It is interesting that the documentary was released in the same month as the presidential election. It is not a film you would expect to see during the presidential election. It was a very important film. Because of this, I would say that it was a good documentary. Because of it, I would give this film an 8 out of 10. It was very interesting and informative. It is a very interesting film and I would recommend it to anyone who has an interest in American politics or the history of America. It was very informative.

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Doris V.

We just saw this film in Laemmle's multi-screened Paramount Theater in Hollywood. It is a rare treat to see a docu-drama film with such rare passion and energy and great information. It is only a true film if the director and/or producer really cared about the characters and what happened. This is the case here. This is what documentaries should be like. Without a doubt, this is one of the best docs I have ever seen and I saw three documentaries in one day at the 2012 Sundance Festival. The film is about the struggle to get City Hall to open up and get the public to know about the city's problems and to force the mayor to accept the recommendations of an independent task force. It is about the city's business interests, the public interest, and the mayor's personal interests. The docu-drama really becomes a story about public interest in the public's eyes, a story about the public's engagement with the city, and a story about the mayor's personal involvement with the business community and his personal financial interests. The film is riveting, compelling, and exciting. You will find yourself becoming involved in the story. It is a real story and you care about the characters. The filmmakers present this story in a very compelling way, with great shots, great editing, great camera work, great soundtrack. It is really like a documentary, only without the documentaries.

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Jordan D.

I had the opportunity to see this film in February 2015 at the Golden Globe awards. I was impressed by the message, by the story, by the overall performance, and by the heartfelt interview of Emma Goldman. I was also impressed by the editing, and the powerful nature of the documentary. For example, when Ms. Goldman is talking about her health, she is not at all complaining. She is in great shape, and she has not had any problems with her health. In fact, she does not even remember the first time she had a heart attack. It is an incredible testament to the power of her voice and to the power of her character. Another outstanding aspect of this documentary is that it was very timely. It was released on January 1, 2016, just a few weeks before President Obama was inaugurated. It is only a couple of months before the inauguration of President Trump. In my opinion, this documentary was very important because it was about the greatest humanitarian of all times, and she has been silenced by her enemies. She was, and still is, a living legend.

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Victoria T.

I am a fan of the classic movies of the 70's, but I am not a huge fan of the American remake of the classic "Spartacus". I really enjoyed this movie, and I am glad I saw it, even though it is not a "Spartacus" movie. The film is about a reporter named "Jane Fonda", who is a part of the "Spartacus" documentary crew, and she and her husband are going to go to the "Spartacus" premiere of a documentary about the slave trade. They are going to take a boat ride with the slave traders. The slave traders are angry that they are not going to see the movie, and they want to kill them. However, Jane Fonda and her husband are not going to kill them. They are going to save the slave traders, and they will not kill them. I really liked this film, and I will recommend it to anyone who likes the classic "Spartacus" movies. I really enjoyed this movie, and I think everyone should watch it. I think that if you are a fan of the classic "Spartacus" movies, you will really like this movie.

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Dylan Davis

I loved this documentary, because it is so well-done. It is a very long documentary, but it is very well-made. It is a bit sad that we are seeing more and more documentaries that are made for the purpose of attacking the current government. I can't remember the last time I saw a documentary that was so objective about a specific government, and the most objective documentary I have seen was "The Search for Osama Bin Laden". I think the documentary is a great resource for those who wish to learn more about the people who are currently in power. It is very well-made and I highly recommend it.

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Justin G.

I have never been a huge fan of Angela Davis. She is one of the most hated and vilified of all feminists in our society. I saw her documentary on the Discovery Channel in 1999, and I was very impressed. I liked it so much, that I decided to get the DVD and watch it again. And I was very disappointed. I have to say that the film is very interesting, and if you really want to learn about feminism and the suffragettes, this documentary is a must. But the one thing that really annoyed me about this documentary is the fact that it shows all of the suffragettes as white, and only one black woman, Mrs. Elton (Anna Paquin). If you are a white person, you would never see a black woman, or a black man, in a documentary. I thought it was very racist, and not just because of the fact that Mrs. Elton is black. It was also racist because the documentary showed the black women as some kind of heroes, and the suffragettes as some kind of inferior people. It is a very racist documentary, and not to mention that it is racist. However, I still think that this documentary is very interesting, and I think that it is worth watching. It is a very important documentary, and you should definitely see it.

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Joyce Wells

This documentary is very well done and very well researched. It shows the struggles and difficulties that people face in getting involved in an election. I think the movie should be watched by everyone and anyone who wants to learn about the history of this country. It is an inspiring story about what a woman has to go through to be an American citizen. I think the movie could have been a little bit longer, but I still think it was worth the watch.

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Thomas R.

A well-rounded documentary, this documentary takes a look at a series of battles in Chicago that took place between the 1800's and the 1920's. The documentary follows the movements of the politicians and the citizens in the city and their motivations. This documentary gives a good insight into the politics of the time. It is not a political documentary, it is more of an historical documentary. The documentary is a bit overlong, but it is well worth watching.