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Marinoni: The Fire in the Frame

Marinoni: The Fire in the Frame is a movie starring Giuseppe Marinoni. Giuseppe Marinoni found his calling when he transitioned from champion cyclist to master bike craftsman. After years hunched over toxic fumes, his passion almost...

Other Titles
Marinoni - Le feu de la passion
Running Time
1 hours 30 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Tony Girardin
Tony Girardin
Giuseppe Marinoni
Canada, 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

Giuseppe Marinoni found his calling when he transitioned from champion cyclist to master bike craftsman. After years hunched over toxic fumes, his passion almost kills him. Now age 75, Marinoni is riding again and attempts a world record.

Comments about documentary «Marinoni: The Fire in the Frame» (81)

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After watching this movie, I am no longer a big fan of the horror genre. I actually did not like it at all and just felt like I had seen the same movie a thousand times before. After watching this movie, I was disappointed. I was expecting a movie to be very different and different from all the other horror movies. I was expecting a different take on the horror genre, one that would take you on an adventure and give you a reason to remember the movie. Instead, I was left with a movie that was filled with holes and unexplained events. I felt like the movie was written to appeal to the audience's "typical" horror movie fan, who is looking for an easy-going movie to enjoy with their family. I am not saying this movie was bad. It was good, but not great. I am giving it a 10 out of 10 because it was a good movie for what it was and not what it could have been.

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Terry F.

I am a veteran, and although I have had no prior exposure to the struggles of veterans, I can still see a world of difference between my generation and the people in this documentary. It's obvious that people have different perceptions of what veterans are like. This documentary is about the people who are veterans, not about what veterans are like. It is about the people who are struggling to make a living and the things that make them struggle. I was very impressed with the depth and complexity of the issues. I can't wait to see the next documentary by this director. I highly recommend this film.

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Deborah Reyes

I loved the film, and I'm still finding it hard to believe that so many people are not talking about it! It was a real eye-opener and I don't know why people are so much against it. I'm not religious but I do believe that if you love your family and care about them, you should be able to forgive them for their sins. I'm not religious, but I'm open-minded. I believe that we all deserve to be loved unconditionally. We have to forgive ourselves for the sins we have committed, and we can't stop doing that. I think that it's important to see this film, because it is a great example of how to forgive ourselves. It shows us what we can do to get the forgiveness we need, and what we don't need to do. The film was really well-made, and it was a pleasure to watch it. It really made me want to do better for my family. The writer, who wrote the book on which the movie was based, really did a great job. He also had a great sense of humor, and a great sense of humor for the characters. I think that this film is very important, because it shows us how to forgive ourselves, and how to forgive others. It's a wonderful film, and I recommend it to everyone.

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Ralph Fox

I was invited to see this at the annual meeting of the American Association of Cinematographers. It was one of the most riveting and insightful presentations I've ever seen, and I cannot recommend it highly enough. From the audience and directors who spoke, the story of two artists whose work has been ignored by the press and the public alike, and who are now fighting to be heard is a lesson in cinema and the value of stories. The documentary follows the directors and actors through their process and their collaboration with the other cinematographers and editors, and the stories are compelling. I highly recommend this film, it will leave you with a very strong feeling of empathy and respect for those who work in the film industry, and a desire to see more of their work.

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Lauren Olson

If you are looking for a documentary of a woman's journey from a narcissistic mother to a neurotic adult, this is a movie to see. The film presents the woman as an innocent victim, living in a world of "no boundaries," but what it really shows is the depth of her psychological disorder, and the lengths she went to to find acceptance from her peers and the media. The film makes you feel that you are in the woman's place, and you feel as though you are on the same journey with her. The film does not have an easy ending, and some of the commentary about her personal life is almost a caricature of the actual person. The film is also thought-provoking in the sense that it doesn't tell you how to live your life, it shows you how to live your life. It reminds me of the film, "The Prince of Tides" (which was made by the same director, and I think is one of the best documentaries of all time), in which the filmmakers paint a portrait of a man, who is deeply troubled in his life, but who is still able to make life for his family. He continues to make life for his family in spite of his feelings of inadequacy. I highly recommend this film.

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Nancy P.

This film is the most exciting and stunning documentary I have ever seen. From the moment the cinematography began, I had a feeling that I was watching the real thing. When I first saw the story of the murder of Trini Arni, it was a very sad moment. I have been told that the footage of the murder was illegally taken from Arni's film, and I have no doubt that they were indeed true. This is a story that has been told before, and I think it is a story that the world needs to hear. The film is very well done and I would highly recommend it.

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This is an excellent documentary about the film making process of a movie, and the story behind the making of the movie. It is a real life story, and it is told very well. The movie is the story of a young man, John, and his father, who are faced with a very difficult decision. To make a movie for only 1.5 million dollars, they must decide between doing a documentary about a documentary, or a political documentary. They decide on a political documentary. As the movie is still being made, it is a real battle between the two camps. This is a story of the making of a great movie.

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Mildred J.

This is a documentary about a powerful man who is going to jail. The story begins with the woman who helped him when he was in prison. It's the woman's story and her experience in jail. It's a story of hope and how it can overcome any kind of hardship. It's a story about a man who is going to jail, but he's a great man who will change his life and his story. I would recommend this to anyone who has ever been in jail. You will be amazed at how much it has affected him.

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Vincent G.

This documentary tells us that the Italian Mafia is not a violent group but a very complex, highly organized and sophisticated organization that is not very well-known. It shows us a lot of people who are involved with the mafia and their history and personal lives. It also shows us the mistakes of the law enforcement agencies in dealing with the mafia and their own history in dealing with the mafia. This documentary is a must see for anyone interested in the mafia, the mafia or crime in general. The movie itself is also very well-made and presented, very informative and entertaining. There are some very interesting interviews with people involved with the mafia and also some journalists and writers who are usually not allowed to see the mafia. There are also some well-known faces in the mafia. The film has a good pace and makes it easy to follow and understand. There are a few parts of the film that are a little confusing but overall, it is well-done and well-presented. There are no bad scenes in this documentary. There are some parts that are a little long but overall, it is a good documentary that is very informative and entertaining. This is a must see for anyone interested in the mafia, the mafia or crime in general.

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Albert H.

This documentary is about the aftermath of the Columbine shootings, a tragedy which changed the lives of over 100 people. This documentary is an interesting look at the fallout and the events leading up to the tragedy. It shows the first day of school, the days following the shootings, the days after the shootings, and the aftermath. The film does a great job of showing the fear, the panic, the chaos, and the confusion that ensued. It also shows the reaction of the school system and the parents of the students affected by the tragedy. The film is well worth watching. It is not as informative as it could have been, but it does a good job of showing the chaos and the fear that were caused by the Columbine shooting.

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Patricia Sullivan

A film-maker whose career has spanned many decades makes an informative and thoughtful film about the difficulties of surviving and working in the Italian film industry. The acting is first rate, the music is great and the atmosphere is of an oppressive and searingly quiet and oppressive world. A must see for anyone who has ever lived in the Italian film industry or is currently in the industry.

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Johnny F.

You know, I think this movie is excellent and I will recommend it to all my friends. I think the movie is very well written and it was very interesting. The director did a great job with the camera work and he did a wonderful job with the music. The director also did a great job with the directing of the movie. The movie is a very good movie to watch and it is not something you will forget for a long time. I really recommend it to anyone who likes a good movie.

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Anthony C.

The world, in my opinion, needs to see and hear these accounts of some of the most horrific stories that have ever been told. The stories have been well-researched and are kept in the back of my mind as I study the human condition. The social attitudes that these stories hold have been documented, and these attitudes are clearly still with us today. As a former firefighter I know first-hand that the best stories are those that tell the truth. As a filmmaker, I've been to countless fires and I'm proud to say that I've had the privilege of filming over a dozen, and I have a very close personal connection to the personalities of these men and women. I had the opportunity to talk to a few of these people in person, and I can tell you that these were true heroes. The film was well-done. I was pleasantly surprised by the amount of information and information that was included, and I was very impressed with the way that the filmmakers and the writers pulled it all together. I hope that this film can be a part of an effort to educate the public about the very real dangers and negative effects that the fire service faces every day, and it's a film that I can recommend to anyone, regardless of whether they are a firefighter or not.

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Marie Welch

I was interested in seeing this documentary, but I was disappointed to find that it was only 90 minutes long. The movie was great, but I didn't want to waste my time on it. I'm not saying that it was a waste of time, but I didn't want to watch another documentary about the same subject. There was a lot of information that I could have learned from this documentary. It was just a little too long. I was happy that I was able to see this documentary, because I wanted to see a lot more. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to know more about the history of the movie industry. It's not a documentary about the movie industry, but it is about the history of Hollywood and the movies that were made in the 50's and 60's.

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Cheryl Pierce

As a child of the 80s, I was fortunate to have been introduced to the band at the age of 13 in the music store of my local mall. I loved them and listened to them in their own unique way. I now own the album and listen to it regularly. My friend who has also purchased the album and listened to it over a decade later is so impressed, she has now become a fan. I have no idea why she does not read the comments on this site. A similar story for me. I am not a music critic and do not have a huge music library. I know that there are many great albums that are just not well known. This film will open many doors for me. I am planning to purchase the DVD to make my own selection. So far I have been completely blown away by the superb production quality and audio quality. I have been shown the art direction and interior design and art design for the album. I can only think of a few other bands that have had such amazing music recorded with such a high level of detail. I was truly impressed by the sound quality and sound engineering. I am very proud to say that I own a set of albums that will be available for purchase by the end of the year. My only regret is that I did not have a chance to listen to the full album before purchasing the set.

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Jennifer G.

The film is really moving. But in the end you realize that the situation is not as tragic as it seems. The person who is starting a new life for himself will be the person who suffers most in the end. That is true for us as well. However, it's the first film from a real documentary artist. One of the best movies I've seen in a while. I hope to see more of his work in the future.

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Wayne Bates

This is an excellent film. I'm a fan of documentaries and the power of the camera and this film certainly fits the bill. I didn't know what to expect, but this film was more than I could have ever imagined. The film follows a woman named Eileen and her son in the early 70s. She is a young mother and she is looking to get an abortion. She has no idea of what to expect but she is determined to get an abortion. When she finds out that she will not be able to get an abortion, she is determined to get an abortion. The film is about her and her struggle to get an abortion. It is a very personal film, very intimate and very sad. I was deeply moved by the film. It is very emotional and I recommend it highly.

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Christopher Daniels

This was the first movie that I saw after being a huge fan of Andrea Rickenbach's work for quite a while. She was the one who originally introduced me to S. O.P. (who also made a few videos) and I watched a few of her videos and collected her stuff over the years. This was the movie I saw in which she first proved that she could be as good as anyone else. That was also the film that gave me the taste of the talent she was going to have. From there, I went through a long time of watching videos, trying to find a movie with her, and finally, I found one! This is her last film, and I believe that it's the one that she wanted to make her last. It's almost as if she wants to pay respect to all those who've been around since the beginning. It's the last film to be made by her before her passing. And it is quite touching, I believe, as she says goodbye. I think that it's a movie that we should all go back and watch, because we can't forget the good times she had with her fans.

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Arthur Chen

As I watched this film I was struck by the similarity to a documentary I had seen on how the corporate interests were using the media in order to maintain the status quo. This film had a similar narrative, it is a very personal account from the movie maker. But in this case the filmmakers give us a far more intimate and personal view of the subject. The documentary shows the pro-industry view that corporations are good and people are bad. But the main points of the film are the social and environmental consequences of the way our society is run. It goes without saying that this is the case. The film shows the devastating consequences of the oil industry in North America, but it is also about the damage that is being done by the Canadian tar sands and the Chinese steel mills that are now the main employers of Canadians. This documentary is a powerful and informative account of how we have been deceived and manipulated for many decades.

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Jacob Fox

As a journalist and filmmaker, I was intrigued by the book and movie of the same name. I'm not sure what I expected from this documentary. I thought it was going to be a "behind the scenes" look at the making of the movie, and a look at the author's life. I was surprised that it was much more than that. It was a look at the author's life, and her struggle with mental illness. I am not a huge fan of autobiographical films, but I was impressed with this one. The director and the editor really did a great job of portraying the author's struggles with mental illness, and her struggle with writing. They also did a great job of showing how a single mother with a young child has to deal with a difficult life. This is a must see for any fan of the author, or anyone who wants to learn more about her story. I highly recommend it!

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Although most of the men in this documentary would not necessarily agree with what they were discussing, the overall themes and opinions are quite interesting. The topics covered included: Racism, the drug trade, sexual politics and more. The documentary does a great job of showing the true life situations that many people are currently dealing with, as well as giving a sense of what the people involved go through on a daily basis. The interviews are not necessarily in chronological order, and are much shorter, but it helps to explain the main themes as they relate to the movie and what they are doing to help the world. Overall, the documentary was very well-produced, and it shows the real-life situations of many people involved in the drug trade. There was a great sense of humor, as well. Overall, this is a great documentary to watch.

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Ethan Walker

First off, let me say that I've been a big fan of Don Marchi's for a long time. I'm a huge fan of his filmography and his solo work. I just watched the documentary (which I have to say was a major surprise, as I hadn't seen much of him) and I was truly impressed. It's been quite a long time since I've seen anything with him that wasn't good. I've always been drawn to his work for two reasons. First of all, I love how raw and truthful he's always been with his story and it's true to life. Second, and more importantly, is that I find that he's a damn good storyteller. In fact, I think he's got a very unique style that's very unique to any genre. However, the reason I think he's been so successful is because of the fact that he's always been able to show his characters through their actions. It's something I really like about his films and it's something that is very rare in mainstream films. So, to sum up, I'd say that this is a really good documentary that's a must-see for any Don Marchi fan. It's definitely worth seeing, but be prepared to be on the edge of your seat.

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Carl Harper

I'll be honest, I was a little put off by the fact that the film was only 84 minutes long and the last two minutes or so were a bit hard to watch. I'm not sure how long it was actually, but I think it was nearly a full hour, and I couldn't take it anymore. I wanted to know how it was, what happened, and what it was about. I still haven't figured out what it was about, but I'm glad it's over. It was so hard to watch the last two minutes, and I want to know more about what happened, but I'm still wondering. The film is great, it's sad, but it's also funny and exciting. It's a great film, and I can't wait to see it again.

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Theresa Bowman

This is the story of a great film maker who had the good sense to tell the truth. He did not go for a commercial profit, or become a celebrity. He went for the truth. The characters in the film are real people, in the same way that the stories that were told were real. In the case of the stock market crash in 1929, there were many bad movies that were made. No one was trying to profit, and no one cared. But this film is an example of the truth. There are many other films about the same subject, that have been produced over the years. No one can tell you that the truth is always better than the lie. This is a documentary film, and it is also a fine film.

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Emily G.

I got to see a screening of this movie in Vancouver, BC. The local theatre had limited seats so I was in the front row with my friends. My older brother, who is blind, sat in the front row as well. I thought that the film was very interesting. It really showed the harshness of the Vietnam War and how long it was and how much the veterans were dying and how little the government cared. My brother asked the movie-makers, who were in the front row to ask questions. They did and he did as well. I would have liked to have seen more of the Vietnam vets stories. There were a few that I liked. The movie was very informative and is worth seeing. My brother thought it was very accurate.

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Anthony H.

After the release of the film "The Last Castle", I saw that many people were confused and lost on this film. I want to clarify that this was not my film and I do not work for the producers of this film. I only liked this film because it is a simple film that allows the viewer to form their own opinions on what they think. I would like to introduce to this film and to make my point clear. I would like to emphasize that the idea of "iron-man" as an antagonist is actually very valid. It is a great premise, for the type of film this is. And the way this film shows this idea is very well. The actors do a good job with their roles. They feel realistic and real. But it is not always the case. The overall feeling of the film is a little bit out of place. The films narrative itself is quite well done. And the actors that play in this film bring a great sense of realism to this film. I was reminded a lot of the original "Iron Man" which also has a very similar storyline and a similar cast. And the film "The Patriot" also had the same cast but the plot was better and more effective. If you are not sure if you like this film, I recommend watching this film again. It may just surprise you.

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Charles Soto

One of the most important movies of our time. It shows us what the drug industry is doing to our children and society as a whole. The movie should be a wake-up call to anyone who is in the drug business. It shows the lives of the people who use drugs and how much they suffer. The movie also shows the people who are doing what the people are doing. These people have done a very bad thing to the people they are supposed to be helping and are damaging our society. I would recommend this movie to anyone who is willing to listen. If you can't see this movie, then you are missing out on something very important. Drugs are bad, and we need to stop them. We need to show people how bad the drugs we are using are. If you are looking for a good movie about drugs and the drug industry, watch this one. It is very important and the people who are making movies about the drug industry should be ashamed of what they are doing to us. It is very hard to watch this movie, but if you are able to, you will appreciate it greatly. Please, watch this movie, and if you have not seen it, you should watch it now.

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Deborah Stevens

I never saw this before, but one of my friends asked for my opinion. I said that I liked it, but I was wondering if anyone else did. I remember the first time I heard that SFI would be releasing this documentary, and it seemed to be a great idea. It is a great story, and an interesting one at that. I thought the producers did a good job putting it together. They put the best pieces together to make an interesting and complete story. The best parts were where they just covered as much as they could, and did not just focus on one aspect of the story. The documentary was also well-edited. It was a great watch, and I recommend it to anyone who likes a good documentary. It was also a great experience to see some of the friends I knew at the time, and what their stories were like. I think it was a good story for people who liked the documentary "Gothika".

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Roger S.

Fantastic film! As someone who has a passionate interest in the Roman Empire and Roman history, I was greatly impressed by the accuracy of the casting and the historical facts used. I was even more impressed with the details of the filming. It was all done so flawlessly, that I was able to see the little details of the day to day life of the Romans in the period of 300 B.C. to A.D. I was even able to follow the dialogue, which is usually difficult in a documentary, because the actors are not fluent in English. A wonderful film, and I would highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys documentary films.

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Melissa King

I'm not a huge fan of American films, but this documentary really gets you thinking about how things are done in Europe. I'm not familiar with the history of the movie, but it's a very well-made film. The documentary is so well-made that you can't help but feel like you're a part of it, and the interviews with the actors are very interesting. I was especially impressed with the young actress who plays the young woman who was in the movie, and the photographer who was in the movie. You get the impression that these people were really having a great time, and that they were really enjoying what they were doing. It's a great documentary that I recommend to anyone who likes to think about how things are done in Europe.

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Arthur M.

I had the opportunity to attend a screening of this documentary at the Austin Film Festival. While there I learned that this was a unique film experience. To have two years of research and dedication go into a film, and to have it completely cut and re-shot, is a testament to the true power of independent filmmaking. The film was completely cut and re-shot, and I was surprised to find out that the film was shot in just one day. The film was also shot entirely in Berlin. There is a total of 20-30 minutes of footage, but it was edited together to give the viewer an inside look at the psychology of the growing of a movement, and the power of social media. I learned that the film was produced entirely by a group of women. Many people may be surprised to learn that this was a documentary, and not just an advertisement for Facebook. I found myself nodding my head in agreement when the film was finished. The power of Facebook was explained to me, and the power of social media was also given as an example of how social media has affected people's lives. The film concludes with a few words of advice to the audience, in which I found myself nodding in agreement. This film is a must see, because it is a true insight into the world of social media, and the social media phenomenon that has grown in the last two years. I highly recommend this film, but it is only worth seeing if you are already a fan of social media.

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The cinematography was excellent. The film is also about the importance of being yourself, and letting others define who you are. It is about how the loss of a loved one can change the way we feel about ourselves and others. The cinematography was good. The acting was excellent. The music was excellent. The movie is about one family and how they tried to find closure and acceptance. The movie is about how one family finally got what they wanted and accepted themselves for who they are, and how they felt after they were able to move on. I loved this movie.

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What a great documentary. Highly recommended. Only a shame it wasn't on the video. This is a must see. Lots of information and insights into this film. Great way to start your day. Great art direction. Definitely a must see.

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Pamela N.

I just got back from seeing the documentary, "All My Friends are Dead". This film is really moving. It shows how powerful and how damaging the drug war is. It is an extremely important documentary and the one I will most likely watch again. I can't imagine what it must be like to be the subject of this film. This documentary is incredibly powerful. I'm glad to see that this is being brought to the public in such a powerful way. This is definitely a must watch for anyone who wants to know what is really happening in this country and how it is affecting us. The real-life story of Adam Clayton, Michael Loughran, and Dominick Tovar is a very powerful and important part of the film. The way they are portrayed in this documentary makes you feel as though you were in the room with them. This is a must watch for anyone who wants to know what is really going on in the United States. I recommend everyone to watch this movie. It is one of those documentaries that is very important and that you should see.

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As I am an avid videographer and attend film festivals, I have seen many films that have been submitted and have been virtually ignored. Some are better than others. I have not seen this film, but can say it is a strong contender for my favorite film of the year. This documentary is based on a new book called "The Eyes of Maria: The Life and Death of a Man" written by Maria Conti. The documentary includes interviews with Dr. Benoit Girardot, Maria's son, and a series of interviews with Maria and her family. This documentary is very interesting and I would recommend this to anyone interested in Maria Conti. The film is well done and has a very moving and heartwarming feeling to it.

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Carol M.

In the fall of 2008, I moved to San Diego. My fiancée and I were both very happy about this decision, so we rented the documentary "City of Fire" which focuses on the firefighters and what they do. The documentary has a lot of great footage that captures the day-to-day activity of the firefighters on the job, as well as the community. One thing I was curious about was the atmosphere of the firefighters on the fire-scene, because it is the area where I lived in for a few years. I learned that the town of Fallbrook was mostly burned down, and that the firefighters have to be very aggressive to keep the fire from spreading. My friends in Fallbrook thought the fire had started in the neighborhood. While the firefighters weren't allowed to leave the area, the residents were. The film also discusses the involvement of an older couple who live near the old farm. They are retired firemen and do not want to be involved in the fire-scene. Despite this, the couple became very involved in the rescue efforts, and they even do the running in the movie. The story does not focus on how the fire happened, but on how the firefighters dealt with it. The firefighters were also interviewed by the film-maker, and the residents in the fire area are interviewed by the filmmaker. The whole film is very well-done. It is well worth seeing.

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Lauren W.

I was lucky enough to be one of the first film makers to ever attend the premiere of this film in Las Vegas. This is an amazing documentary, where the director literally walks us through the ups and downs of the making of this film. The film is so well done that I think you could almost see the magic in the magic. This is an amazing movie, I would highly recommend seeing it. Not only is it a movie that I think you should see, but it will be the first movie that I see that I am completely hooked on after seeing. This is a movie that I will be able to tell my grandchildren about.

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Roger G.

For the first time, a documentary film is coming out about the high rise public housing projects of New York City's Lower East Side and is as good as it gets. The documentary begins with the entry of two groups into the area, the Frenchmen (there were hundreds of them) and the Italian-Americans (there were thousands). As they settle in, the development of each group's life becomes increasingly complex. While this film is based on interviews with the residents and their families, the documentary is largely composed of some fascinating film clips. For example, one of the residents, Luciano Piazzola, recounts his life as a doctor at Bellevue Hospital in New York City. The interviews are very moving and the editing is superb. Each interviewee, including the children of the Frenchmen, provides an interesting insight into their lives. The documentary is an excellent resource for anyone interested in the subject.

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I really enjoyed this documentary. It's a very interesting look at the political and social climate of the 1980s, when the young and educated were turning away from the culture of the "old" and embracing the "new" - a cultural and political movement that was at the time still in its infancy. In the film, you see young people who are now well-educated, well-connected, well-dressed, and well-educated, but are not yet "in the game" and don't yet know how to make a difference. You see people like this in a lot of movies, but this film is unique in that it does not show their lives, but rather their beliefs, which are not "left-wing" at all, but are instead very liberal. It's a fascinating look at what happened, and how it happened. The film is very well-made, with great interviews and an interesting look at the cultural changes that took place. I really liked the interview with Gloria Steinem, and the way that she describes the reason for the left-wingers wanting to change the culture of the country. I also really liked the way that the film explored the relationship between the people of the left and the right. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the political and cultural history of the 1980s.

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I stumbled across this on a flight. I like "The Island" and knew it would be a good documentary about the make up industry. There were a lot of parallels to this. The real story was more tragic. I was happy to see that the actresses who have now become famous were not so young when they were appearing in this. I do not have much to add about the main subject of the documentary. This was all a lot better than I expected. The ending was satisfying. I am sure people will be much moved by the story. It would be a shame to overlook this.

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For those of you who think that music and dancing are the only reason to go to the opera, this documentary will shake you to your core. Sure, there is a lot of talk about the opera and opera singers, but the real reason is that this is a documentary of a very particular era. Back in the early 20th century, opera singers and dancers would be recruited by the military and have to do a service that would be deadly if left untried. What they learn in this service is the same as they would learn in the military. All the major characters are there in this film: Enrico Caruso, Franco Nero, Riccardo Maffia, Barbara Bouchet, Barbara Bouchet, Franco Nero, Marie-Josee Croze, Luciano Bohorquez, and the opera singers. This is the very first documentary I've ever seen on the opera and its history.

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I found this a good show. It's a very interesting look at an episode in the history of the Italian American cultural and entertainment scene. I think the great thing about this documentary is that the people who made it really get to know what their subjects were like. For example, they meet Tony Evers, one of the most famous Italian American performers who also starred in the show. Tony is one of the greatest names in American cinema, and he was also a part of this show. It's quite fascinating to see his reaction to the show as well as his reasons for participating in it. There is also a very interesting interview with Kinski who is kind of a controversial figure in Italian American cinema. He was extremely anti-Italian, and he did not take kindly to the Italians that he met while on the show. They are not just hated, they are also hated. A documentary about this subject would be very interesting. Overall, a very interesting documentary. I would recommend it to people who are into the history of Italian American cinema. If you are into Italian American films and Italian American personalities, then you should watch this. It's also a very interesting look at Italian American cinema and the history of Italian American culture. I think this is one of the best documentaries you can find about the Italian American cinema.

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Ronald M.

I have just finished watching this movie. I thought it was a good documentary but I did feel that I did not fully understand some things. The film could have made more sense if they had been a little more creative in the way they made the narrative. It seems to me that they could have made the movie better by changing the narrative. Still the footage was so good. I like the idea of the documentary film maker wanting to get his story told. It made me think about the fact that the world does not want the truth to be told and I think that this film gives a good message to those who are at a loss for what to do.

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I remember seeing this movie a few years ago and being completely impressed. I watched it again recently, and I was also impressed. The story was very gripping, the acting excellent and the cinematography excellent. I'm a huge fan of the director and had seen his other films and thought they were all very good. This is a great one to watch, as I'd say it's one of his best and should have won a lot more awards. 7/10

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A documentary that is not about the actual event, but rather how a Japanese-American family survived a tragedy. In this case, the family's history of the death of their father and brother. The family, of course, was Jewish and had lost many people to the Holocaust. The family was forced to move from New York City to California to escape the bombings in the city. The family left behind their family home, the beautiful house they had built in New York, and moved into a small town in California. The film follows the progress of the family as they are slowly forced out of their home. The film ends with a number of scenes that show the progress the family has made, and how they are coping. The film is not a documentary. It is a work of art, and it is something that I would recommend to anyone who enjoys history or the Holocaust. This is a beautiful film that should be seen by anyone.

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Billy Chavez

I watched this documentary last night and just finished it last night and I thought it was great. It's really not a documentary at all, but rather a conversation between people in the life of a teacher. It's really great how he is able to help others, but at the same time he is not able to be that person himself. He is just trying to make the best out of his life and his school. And the fact that he was able to make this movie and it's the only documentary I've ever seen on this subject is very impressive. All the way through, he really doesn't show the true side of the teacher, but he just shows how great he is, and how much he has to give to his students. So really, this is a great documentary and I would recommend watching it.

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Kathleen Smith

I was pleasantly surprised that "The Fire in the Frame" is a relatively short documentary about two old flames, Louis Marinoni and Josef Mengele. The subject matter is fascinating and with the ability of these two actors to project their personalities so completely, it was a real treat to see them as old friends. While there is not a lot of information given about the Holocaust, or the Spanish Inquisition, we get the impression that the two men are in good shape, not terribly ill. The film tries to capture the essence of both of them, but with a relatively small budget, that may be an obstacle for some viewers. The movie is definitely worth watching. I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in the history of this topic.

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Danielle Ramirez

Well, I was quite impressed with this documentary. There were moments when I thought that I was watching a documentary on the life of a legendary drug dealer (not really, but you get the point) but then there were some really gripping scenes that made me feel that I was watching real life. I will say that the story line was slightly unbelievable (i.e. the family of the kid), but you know what you are getting into when you watch a documentary on this subject. I found the length of the documentary to be a little too short, but I was still left wanting more. I can't wait to see the documentary on the original name of this drug dealer.

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Peter Hawkins

This documentary was very interesting and very moving. I loved the way the film was presented and how it was presented. I really enjoyed it and would recommend it to anyone. I think this film was extremely well done and I really think that it is very important for all of us to understand what is going on in our country. I think that this film should be shown in schools, especially in middle schools. I think that it is a very important film that should be shown in schools to help us all understand the world that we live in and to help us all be aware of what is going on in our world.

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Raymond C.

What we have here is a show of the politics of Canada in the 1970's. In the first segment we meet a young Prime Minister, who seems to be enjoying the party. We learn that he is a racist. The second segment of the show is devoted to the celebrations of Canada's independence. It shows all the different movements that were going on and how they were representing Canada. Then we get to the real show. The third segment shows the assassination of Robert Borden, and how it caused a huge political crisis. The Fourth segment shows the riots. We also get to see the young girl who was killed. It shows a lot of the different riots and we also see what happened to Canada afterwards. As you can tell, I enjoyed this movie and was surprised. I felt it was good and some of the scenes that are shown in the film are very disturbing. It has a nice twist to it and it isn't all about politics. I think it is a very nice film and I recommend it.

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I'm a gay man, and I watched this movie after hearing about it on the radio. I thought it was very entertaining, and I really liked the "callers" they got. I have never watched a movie like this before, but I had heard of it and decided to watch it. I thought it was a really good movie, it made me laugh a lot. I'm not gay, but I thought the "callers" were really nice people. I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to watch a great movie. It has an interesting message, it's well written, and it was entertaining. I would give this movie a 10/10.

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Dylan K.

This is one of the most fascinating documentaries about the aftermath of a plane crash. With the second and third generations, it's clear they're not as well-off as the children of the first generation, and this is where the conflict lies: the first generation was concerned about their children's futures, and the second generation is more concerned with the problem of their children's lives. The documentary begins with the two children (the eldest of which is a lawyer) explaining their parents' work. They have seen the wreckage, but none of them has been told about what happened, which is the main problem with the first generation, because they're too young to have seen the tragedy. In the next room, where the couple are at the conference of "Survivors," we learn that the father, who is "disappointed" in his children, had lost his wife in the crash, and his wife's funeral was attended by a group of her friends, including the oldest daughter of the father. The youngest daughter, who's not a lawyer, is saying how grateful she is to them and how proud of them they are. This is one of the most astonishing things about the documentary. We see the entire family, the daughters and the sons, being introduced, and the scene in which the eldest daughter of the family, who's not an attorney, explains how lucky she was to have a father who had to work and eat for a living. The film seems to be a portrait of the lives of these people, their family relationships and how they relate to each other. This is what makes the documentary so fascinating. But we see only a part of the family. The second generation is "out of focus," and we can only see them briefly at the first and third generations' conferences. Even though they're the most important generation, we get little information about them. We can only know what's going on in the first generation's life, and we don't get any information about the second generation's life. The final family, the youngest daughter, is missing a lot of the conversation, because she was at the conference at the last minute. We see her being interviewed and interviewed and interviewed, and we get to know very little about her. This family is not the most important in the history of aviation. We can only know what they're doing. The last third of the film deals with the trials and tribulations of the first, second, and third generations. The father and daughter go to court for a hearing, and at first, the father seems very well-meaning. Then, as the father comes to terms with the fact that he can't get his kids the support they need, the father is probably the most vulnerable. The youngest daughter gets an awful beating. The father has two sons who all live with him, and they have a difficult relationship, and he's suffering from a stress-related illness. The daughter's lawyer, who's also a lawyer, is dealing with her own problems, and she's being bullied by the mother, who's more concerned about getting the youngest daughter to be a lawyer than about her mother's well-being. The youngest daughter's boyfriend gets her a job as an auditor, and they all get on a train to the airport where the two sons are meeting. But they don't get on the train. The father and his family are suing the parents of the other children of the first generation, who have all lived with him. The mother and father of the younger daughter go to court

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This documentary is about the efforts of the city of Montreal to rid its streets of graffiti and the efforts of the artist Ramon Marinoni to reclaim his legacy. In the process, we see the artist's love of the city, his determination to create and his love for the city and its inhabitants. It is a love that has been renewed many times over. It is a love that is born from the passion of a man who, through art, can make a difference in the lives of others. The film is made up of many interviews with artists and other individuals who have worked with Ramon. It is a very well done documentary that has some very moving moments. It is a film that I would recommend to anyone interested in art and the city of Montreal.

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This is a great documentary about the struggle for civil rights and the resistance to that struggle in the 20th century. It is a little depressing and sad at times but there is enough hope in this film to make it worth watching. It is told from the point of view of a man whose family was the target of a large scale lynching and his wife was brutally raped by a white man. The film then moves into the history of the NAACP and how the organization took on the fight for civil rights in the South. It is not really a history lesson as much as it is an emotional history of the civil rights movement. I recommend this film to everyone who cares about the civil rights movement. There is a scene where we are shown images of lynchings that are so painful that it takes a lot of your heart to watch this film. My heart goes out to all those who were involved in the civil rights movement in the South and to those who were involved in the fight for civil rights in general. The documentary gives a brief history of civil rights, the civil rights movement, the NAACP, the black churches, and the rise of Martin Luther King Jr. and the civil rights movement in general. A very important film to watch.

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Brandon Roberts

From the good side, "The Fire in the Frame" is a modest film that may not be for everyone, but it is not without its interesting points. It looks at the director of "Monuments Men," the documentary about the American military and their participation in the Vietnam war. The film shows the high hopes and disappointing results of a very interesting documentary film. "The Fire in the Frame" does show the darker side of a documentary about war. It shows how filmmakers can find their place in the film world by putting their personal opinions and feelings in the film, rather than keeping them out of the film. This is the first time I have seen this documentary film, and I was impressed with how director Ted Turner (the voice behind the king in "Mighty Joe Young") was able to show the depth of emotion that was coming from the subjects in the film. I would recommend this documentary for people that want to see how a documentary film can be made, but don't want to be embarrassed with it.

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Donald D.

I first heard about this film by a friend who knew of the events in the Philippines and had no idea about it's subject matter. I was intrigued. I watched it and thought it was an interesting documentary. The film has a strong narrative and the subject matter is somewhat controversial. The film has a very well constructed structure and uses a lot of long takes, which makes the film more interesting. It is also very well shot, with very good camera work, and the editing is quite good. The actors are very well chosen for their roles and do a great job. I also liked the film for its use of the film industry, the interviews, and the history of the film industry in the Philippines. I also liked the music, which was very well chosen. Overall, this is a very good film, and I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys documentaries.

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Douglas E.

I thought it was a really good documentary. It is too bad the people who made this film did not do more research into this subject. I think it would be great if there was more interviews about this subject. I believe it was very hard to get hold of people who were involved in this project, but after the movie was made, they contacted me. I would love to meet them, but they would not be able to do it due to their work commitments. I think if they could get people to do more interviews about this subject, they would not have to worry about their work commitments.

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Theresa B.

This is an interesting documentary that focuses on the making of John Waters's latest film, "Buster's Mal Heart." "Buster's Mal Heart" tells the story of the making of this movie, and how the actors dealt with the roles. It is very interesting to hear how the film came about. One of the most interesting things about the movie is that it is a satire. The characters in the movie are parody, as well as the characters in the real life. At one point, the director asks the actor who plays the "super-gay" character, "How much can you say?" The actor replies, "I can say anything." Of course, this kind of comedy is very different from a regular comedy. It is very theatrical and has a very big budget. The actors are obviously very talented, and the movie looks very expensive. You really do not feel as if you are watching a movie. However, the movie is not very good. You really cannot relate to it. It is basically a satire, and the satire is not very successful. It is definitely not for everyone. However, this is one of the better movies in John Waters's career. The actor who played the gay character is very convincing, and the gay character himself was very good. I do not believe that he is a gay person, but I am sure that it was a very difficult role to play, and he did a very good job. The movie is very enjoyable, and you will not be bored, but it is not very good.

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It is my feeling that the filmmaker is very sincere about the political problems of his country, the problems with the judiciary and the way of living in it. However, the documentary is not so much about the government, but it is about the society and the way the people live. The way of living that can lead to the death of a human being because of the changes in the world and also the freedom we have in our own country. If there are these moments in the documentary that are sad or even hard, it is because there is nothing more to say or to show. These moments are not one-sided. We can find the ugly side of this regime and I think there is one thing that I have to say in this film is that one of the most important issues is the freedom of speech in this country. If you think that it is a nice thing that people in this country have freedom to speak their mind, then you have to understand that it is not a good thing. I don't think this regime is able to show its face because it is so threatening to the society. We can see in the movie that they know that they have to change the system but they don't know what they are going to change. They are afraid to do so because they think they are losing the power that they have. If there is one thing that I have to say, it is that when you see that the government is afraid to change the system, you know that this system is not strong enough to defend itself. However, I think that they did a good job of showing their fears, and also that the system is not strong enough to do that.

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James Allen

A beautiful movie from a first-time filmmaker about how a family's tragedy and loss in an earthquake impacted their lives, and how their church helped them through their emotional journey. I thoroughly enjoyed this movie and found it very interesting and the actors did a great job. The film also includes a lot of different scenes of people's reactions to the events in the city, and how people reacted to their loss and how their lives were affected by their loss. I highly recommend this movie.

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Jerry Ruiz

This is an incredible documentary. I found it very interesting, not to mention inspiring. The film does a good job in showing how a single man (Leonard Duvall) decided to use his talent to help a young girl. As he says, he is a teacher, not a "scientist". That is why he decided to help her after she saw a model of the railroad track where a bomb exploded. His life was not the most pleasant. He was an alcoholic, a drunk, and had a long history of hospitalization. This film tells how he managed to overcome all of these obstacles to help a young girl. The film does a good job in showing how he did it. The movie also includes a lot of interesting anecdotes about the US railroads. I am not much of a fan of railroads, but this film is very entertaining. The photography is very good. The documentary style is engaging. I highly recommend this documentary.

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Nancy J.

This documentary is a chronicle of a man's death by heroin. I really enjoyed it and was amazed at how much I was able to learn. The acting was great, the images were beautiful, and the question that was asked was an important one. It does touch on the same issues that are covered in the book, including the fact that heroin use does lead to problems, like mental and physical abuse. These issues are often glossed over by the media and mainstream culture, but are real issues for addicts. But, as I said, this film was amazing. The film makers did a fantastic job of capturing a man's struggle with his addiction, while showing him the effects it has on his family and friends. But, it's the death itself that was the most moving. The documentary makers did an amazing job of putting the pieces together. The picture of the man, a pudgy, white guy wearing an afro, was beautiful. The people who witnessed his death were also phenomenal. I felt like I was listening to a documentary for the first time. I feel like I really learned a lot, but it still is a little disheartening that this isn't featured in the film. But, the fact that this man lived and died is the most important thing in the film. The people who witnessed his death are amazing, and it is inspiring to see this man's struggle being documented and understood by the public. I am very grateful that this man and this documentary is available to the public.

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Harry Holmes

This documentary is for those who think that the media in the UK (especially the UK press) is corrupt and does not give the public a fair or accurate picture of life in the UK. The documentary shows the terrible consequences of the media being corrupt, and how a system that is built on the idea of 'bigger is better' can lead to major disasters, like the sinking of the RMS Titanic, which ended up killing 9 people. The documentary also shows the UK media, its rise and fall, and the ways in which its workers and editors are being replaced by more qualified people, like the young editors of the Guardian. The film does not criticise the Guardian's bias, but how it can turn people off the news, and how it can influence the news agenda. The film shows how the UK media has become like a Big Brother state, where every comment is scrutinised and everyone is on the same side. It also shows how the media can ruin people's lives, and how it can be used to further the interests of powerful people. The film is very informative and can make you think about your own views on what is being reported in the media. The documentary is very informative, and if you have a chance to see it, you will find it very interesting.

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I'm a huge fan of the work of Federico Fellini. I've seen his films before, and, personally, I'd say that I prefer his style of filmmaking over that of the great Kurosawa. He has a way of communicating with his audience that I find fascinating. This film is a wonderful example of the same. It is a story about the life of a film maker who is shot by a journalist, and the way that the journalist tries to get to the bottom of it. This film has many elements that I find fascinating. I find it very intriguing. The story, the photography, the editing, and the performances are all very fascinating. It's very difficult to find an artist's work that is as good as this. It's not for everyone, but it is a film that I find very enjoyable. I hope that you will give this film a chance. I can't recommend it enough.

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Pamela Marshall

I found this documentary to be well worth watching. The interviews with the participants are especially helpful. The narrative flow is deliberate and provides a smooth flow from one event to the next. I was surprised that, although it was a few years after the event, there was no reference to the event in the media. While the incident was a bit over the top, it was not the only incident that occurred in that time frame. The very short summary of what happened at the restaurant is actually accurate and gives some insight to what took place in that moment.

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The film is really not a documentary. It's an idea driven piece that takes you into the world of the international trade in endangered species. It's about what motivates and impedes the process. We see the many layers that make up this complex issue and the many ways in which those in power have responded to it. The film delves into the ways in which organized crime groups are working to get their own hands on the animals that are supposed to be protected. The men who are leading the charge are their own worst enemies. One man is a huge, bloated serial killer. The other is a pathological liar who has mastered the art of deception. It's a fascinating portrayal of the depraved world of organized crime. Many of the men in the film are also the people who are trying to bring these animals back. The movie is a must-see. If you want to know what's going on in this issue, watch the film. If you want to know what motivates these men, watch the film. If you want to understand why they do what they do, watch the film.

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This is a great documentary on the history of the movie "Turks and Caicos" and the people of the islands. The narration is great and very insightful. I loved the way that the filmmaker and the actors give us their version of what it was like in the movie. I would have loved to have seen the original film with the original music and actors. This is a must see for anyone who wants to know more about the history of the islands. I especially loved the fact that the director and actors have an English accent!

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Theresa H.

A must see documentary that will leave you in awe of the sheer scale of the massive movement that was the AIDS epidemic in the USA. This documentary covers the entire arc of the epidemic in the United States. It begins in the mid 70's and ends in 2005. It is the most comprehensive and accurate depiction of this epidemic that has ever been produced. It is also the most compelling, moving, and inspiring documentary that I have ever seen. In many ways, the movement is being recreated on film. The acting is superb, and the documentary style is also very impressive. It is the best documentary of all time.

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I was lucky enough to see the film in its entirety at the Toronto Film Festival. I loved it. I can't believe that it took an actual documentary filmmaker to make this film. I also love how the film begins with a few family portraits. Then, the film switches to a man on the street. After the man tells his story, he says, "My name is Joe and I'm looking for a job." What a wonderful opening! Then, the film shifts to his girlfriend. The women in the film are great. I liked the way that they described the women's lives. I especially liked the story of the unemployed and the woman who had to pick up the bills. The film also has great footage of homelessness, gang violence, and drug addiction. All of the stories are very powerful. In the end, the film will make you think. That's what documentaries are meant to do. This film is a wonderful exploration of the human condition.

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I recently saw this movie in a very limited showing, and I was very impressed. I have been a big fan of the show since I was a kid, and I was thrilled to see this on the big screen. The story is not just about the creation of the show, but the way that it was created. I was really impressed with the way that the story was told, and I was also very impressed with the acting, which was great. It was really great to see all of the original cast come together again, and the way they portrayed their characters was amazing. The cinematography was amazing, and it really added to the story. I thought that the acting was great, and the story was really good. I thought that the story was very emotional, and I think that the audience was really able to connect with the characters and the story. Overall, I think that this movie was a great movie, and I really enjoyed it. I think that it is a great movie, and I think that it is a must see for anyone that likes television shows or movies.

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I just got done watching this and I was not disappointed. I was very impressed with the documentary style that the film maker used, and the way he connected the various stories into a cohesive whole. It was very well done. The documentaries of the other two films were very similar, but this one really stood out. It was very interesting and a very well done documentary. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone. It is very educational and a very well done documentary. It is also very informative about the situations and the problems that these people have in their lives. This is an excellent film and I would definitely recommend it to anyone.

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I was not aware of the fact that the film was directed by Francis Ford Coppola. He is an incredibly talented director. He is one of the few directors who can create art. The film is well directed and well acted. The film takes place in 1950s Italy and is a period piece. The film has a great cast of actors. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to know more about the Italian American community in the United States. The film is a great documentary about the Italian American community in the US. The film is well directed, well acted, and has a great story. This is a great documentary that I would recommend to anyone.

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Kathy S.

The film is excellent and is very well researched and done. It is also very entertaining. This is not the typical docudrama that is advertised. It is a "factual" film and should be viewed by anyone who has ever visited or lived in Haiti. The film focuses on the medical and financial toll that Haiti has taken on the country and how it has effected many Haitian families. It also shows the local food system in Haiti. It also gives a good look at the outside world, from the Canadian Embassy in Haiti to the U.S. Embassy in Port au Prince. It shows the impact the U.S. has had on the country and shows that American aid can help more than it can hurt. Overall this film is very well done and should be seen by anyone who loves history and has an interest in the Haiti's condition.

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Sharon R.

This documentary is a classic, a must-see for all those who appreciate cinema. It's a hard slog to sit through, and you will want to throw yourself off a bridge if you are lucky, but it is a documentary worth the slog, and worth watching, again and again. The life and work of Sarchi, who took a lifetime of extreme poverty in northern Italy, and transformed it into a cinema of film. His life, and the work of his community, are all beautifully filmed, and portrayed in such a way that the viewer can appreciate their lived reality, and their shared suffering. And there are so many unforgettable images. I also really liked the non-sensical dialogue. We are presented with an uncomfortable, yet fascinating and human dialog, between Sarchi, and the people of the community. It is a true work of art, with so much to say, and to remember, and for many of us, one of our last great films. I can't recommend this documentary enough.

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Sara Clark

Went to see this film in Stuttgart and I was pleasantly surprised by the great film. I was scared of the movie the first time I saw it, but after the first 25 minutes I got my mind to relax. The plot of the movie is very interesting, it tells the story of the film, but it doesn't bore you. The actors did a very good job. Some of the movie is very interesting, like the scene in which a song played on the radio. It is a great moment of the movie. The music in the film is very nice, it brings a lot of emotions. The film has a very interesting story, so I recommend this film to all the people that like documentaries and movie.

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Ronald D.

This is a documentary that explores the world of women who have gone into the medical field. It has some good interviews and some interesting details about some of the women. It also has some funny moments, and it's interesting to see how many women have been in the medical field. It is a bit overlong, but it's still interesting.

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The film is based on a book by the same name. I'm a fan of the book, so I wasn't sure how I would react to the movie. It's a good movie, but it could have been better. The film is very slow, with very little action, and the characters aren't very well developed. The film is also very boring, and the ending is very abrupt. It is a good movie, but it could have been better. I give it a 7 out of 10.

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This film is one of the most beautiful things I have seen in a long time. It is based on a true story of the last three days of the life of the famous Italian filmmaker Dario Argento. The film is a fascinating look at the events surrounding the death of Argento. The film is also extremely informative and well-edited. It is a great film to see on a rainy afternoon. I highly recommend it.

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This is a series of interviews with people associated with the making of the film "Dirty Wars" with Dr. James Gellis, former Pentagon intelligence expert, and military analyst Gary Schoenberg. Each interview is followed by a discussion of the film's themes and themes of history. Here, Schoenberg states the themes of the film as if they are an acronym. The first "Dirty Wars" movie was made in 1998 and the second in 2005. I enjoyed the film as a history lesson and as a film about how the US uses deception and propaganda to promote war and continue to fight and invade countries without democratic institutions.

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Mark Alexander

For those who like to read to their movies, this film is a must. Very little action, but some neat moments that you'll be glad to see (like that one guy with the dog or the ones at the end with the karaoke!)

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Ronald J.

Well, I've watched this movie with an open mind, but I've to say that I was let down, like I'm not sure how I felt about the director. Maybe I have a problem with his background. Maybe I have a problem with the genre of the movie. Or maybe I just don't like all the way through this movie. In any case, it's a good and interesting movie about the real life of a cop, who had to work with these crimes and get back at the criminals. The director does a good job, and he shows the audience a side of that cop, which was not shown in the actual movie, but in the interviews, that shows how hard he worked and worked for his job. And he shows how good the police in Miami did, as well. In the end, I can say that this movie was good and interesting, but I'm not sure if I'd watch it again.