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La glace et le ciel

La glace et le ciel is a movie starring Claude Lorius, Michel Papineschi, and Jacques-Yves Cousteau. A documentary about global warming.

Other Titles
Is och himmel, Entre la glace et le ciel, Buz ve Gökyüzü, Ég és jég között, Miedzy lodem a niebem, Antarctica: Ice and Sky, Ο πάγος και ο ουρανός, Mellem himmel og is, Ice and the Sky, Antarctica: Ice & Sky, Mellom himmel og is, Zwischen Himmel und Eis
Running Time
1 hours 29 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Adventure, Biography, Documentary
Luc Jacquet
Luc Jacquet
Jacques-Yves Cousteau, Claude Lorius, Michel Papineschi
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A documentary about global warming.

Comments about adventure «La glace et le ciel» (115)

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This movie was made to be about a guy who wanted to sell a video of his heroin addiction. His dream was to be able to put his entire life story on film. The idea was quite ambitious, but the end result was not too good. It was all so quiet. You would not know how the director would go about making this documentary. The man really is a wonderful guy, and the idea he had was just the perfect fit for the subject. The result was a small, but very interesting film. I am sure that the man would be very proud of this documentary. It is the first of its kind, but it is not the last.

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Nicholas C.

The movie tells a very interesting story about a young man who is obsessed with the images of naked women and the eroticism of love. The film is a bit confusing in parts, but the whole is worth watching.

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Well, I found the movie boring and uneventful. It was a very long documentary with no big surprises, nothing that I would have enjoyed watching. I did not know what was going to happen next, and I have no idea what was going to happen next. I would not recommend this movie to anybody. I would not even call it a documentary. It is a lot like a book. But the story is very boring and it could have been better. I felt I was watching a very old movie. I am not sure if I missed something important, but it was very difficult to find something interesting. I would not recommend this movie to anyone.

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Julia V.

I was pleasantly surprised to see that this documentary was so well done. It was presented in an interesting way and not as a simple docudrama. The photography was great, and the acting was superb. I was impressed by the story of the documentary and the reason why the French have done a better job of presenting their history than anyone else. I was very impressed by the idea of a documentary that was not about one event, but about many. The documentary is well thought out, and very well done. I look forward to more like this. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who likes to learn about the French culture and history.

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This is the first feature by David Bowie, and it is also the first film that he has directed. It is definitely a Bowie film. There are some strong moments, and the camera work is great. The story is simple, and the voiceover narration by Bowie is excellent. I particularly liked how he connected himself to various local cultures, and how the sub-titles translate to the surrounding culture. The music, although it is not by Bowie, is great. I found it unique, and really suited the overall atmosphere. A very good film, with some great moments, and some excellent music. 7/10

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Charles Rogers

The films of Roger Corman are often considered the "man's movie", and the reason for this is simple: he made them himself. Corman's films are extremely self-consciously and consciously un-glamourised, and that's a strength that I admire. He's an individualist and his films are usually un-politicised, very gritty, and very realistic. In the same way, this film is very gritty, but it also has a very "realistic" style. It's a shame that the films of this kind are not very common anymore. If you like movies that are different, if you want to see a man's film, then I highly recommend this film. I have seen a lot of the films of Roger Corman, but this is by far the best I've ever seen.

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When I first heard of this film, I was skeptical. I expected a story that would somehow explain the shocking nature of the human experience. It was in my expectations that the story of a strange woman named Christina metamorphoses into a mysterious woman named Marina. Marina is the lead character in this film, and she's so fascinating, you will find yourself drawn to her. I can't recommend this film enough. I recommend it to anyone who loves a film that explores the human experience. The director, Francois Berleand, does a phenomenal job at doing this. His work is a visual treat and it feels as though he spent a lot of time making it.

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This documentary directed by Robert Beaven is not just about cigarette smoking, it is about something deeper: It is about hope and love. It is about dying young and finding a place in heaven. It is about friends who take a risk and try to make a change. It is about everything that makes life worth living, the smell of flowers and the beauty of the earth, the kindness of strangers, the simple things that make us human, the joy of simple things. It is not about politics or racism or ethics. It is about hope. And as you will hear over and over again: hope is an active ingredient in this life. It is how we are able to recover our minds, how we are able to grow and strengthen in our life. We are never out of it. The stars here are French people who are trying to give hope to the world. They show us the effects of smoking and how this cause is directly related to suicide rates, drug abuse and violence. It is a dark picture that we are not supposed to see. I really appreciate this documentary. It is important and it shows the positive things that are still possible in this life. It is good. And it is worth watching. It is worth watching.

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Crystal L.

In 1804, as the French government was waging a war with the Netherlands over the North Sea, the British ship Captain Daniel Burnside sailed into the port of Saint Nazaire, to buy some tobacco. He didn't know that the place was also the site of a beautiful and secluded place. But the place, which was never known as the Smoking Cave of Saint Nazaire, is now the center of a fascinating story. The stories that have been told there over the last half-century are fascinating, and I think this is the most interesting story of all of them. The stories tell of the local fishermen, who are so enamored with the many different types of fish and animals that they throw away a whole day's catch for the chance to catch a certain species. Some of the fishermen, like the one in the film, go to great lengths to find them. They go on long fishing expeditions, and also organize expeditions of their own, such as the one in the film. But in the end, they realize that there's no need for the effort, and their expeditions become mere scavenger hunts. In the end, the documentary-style of the documentary, with its slow motion, and slow voices, makes it a bit boring at times. But overall, I thought that this documentary was really interesting. It has some great stories, and interesting footage of the area, and also has some great interviews with the fishermen. I think that this documentary is a great addition to any one's library.

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Madison Lee

I found this film during my last year at university and it stuck with me for quite a while. The film concerns the life of the women of the United States, and the struggles they faced during the 20th century. The film is a good mix of documentary footage and interviews with the women. I've learned a lot about women from this film, and it has given me a new appreciation for all of the women that made the US a country, and a great force for change in the world. It is a film you can watch over and over again, and it will become a part of your life.

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I remember I had a reading-led class of English students in my English department, and some of them got to see this film first before they could understand the music. I must admit that the viewing of this film was a total waste of time - we all understood it at the time, but now, I don't think we can be as confident about it as we used to be. I understand that these people had the good sense to read the book, but this film is not much better than an average children's book. I could actually say that the music by Jacques Durrenmatt was better than the music in the book. I think the music in the film was a bit too heavy - especially the driving part of the music was just really annoying. I must say that I really liked the ending - the film is not at all easy to watch. This is a film that I would not recommend to anyone over 7 years of age. I believe the film is suitable for all ages, and I was expecting that I could understand the music, but I still couldn't.

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This film is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen, it is filled with so much information about the human condition, the evolution of human beings and the changing and ultimately the extinction of our species. It is full of beautiful images, you will never forget the oceans and the sea of life and also the ever changing land and sky. The amazing thing is that this is just the tip of the iceberg. The next step is that this film is a great piece of art, a tribute to the mind and the heart, and a movie that will make you understand that in a world without water, people and nature, we have no choice but to learn from our mistakes, to leave the past behind and to discover the beauty and the joy in our lives, which in turn will make us a better and more intelligent species. I give this film a 10 out of 10 and hope it will inspire a lot of people to create documentaries like this one.

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Henry Schneider

Focusing on the Brazilian film industry, "La glace et le ciel" explores the relationships between filmmakers, the producers and distributors, and the actors. The film has a structure similar to a documentary, but the director tells the stories of each character from their own point of view, and does not try to explain the subject or tell a narrative about the story. The subject of the film is in the first place about the relationship between the producer and the director of a film. Through their mutual love, the directors learn how to cooperate, and their relationship is eventually destroyed, as they are unable to complete the project. However, in the end the director gives the producer his final film, and the producer is finally able to finish his film, and the relationship between the two is re-established. This film has the ability to be very inspiring for anyone, young or old, and if you have ever wanted to become a filmmaker, or know someone who has, this film is definitely a must-see. It is not a documentary, and the focus is on the relationship between the producers and the distributors, not on the film itself. If you are able to relate to this film, it will be a great investment of time in your own filmmaking.

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This is a documentary about a small Italian town that was 'fallen' from the Germans as part of World War II. The town's strong tradition of gentrification and gentrification by gentrification seems to have made everything else a little worse for the townspeople. Now the Italians are renting out buildings they have already occupied, making the same amount of money as they had, and the shops they had are closing up, while the windows of the buildings that were occupied by the Germans are being raised above the street level, and windows that were usually windowless are now windowed in. The documentary follows the life of the residents of the town, including the residents themselves, as they face the inevitable inevitable. They confront the inevitable, while their generation is seen as uniting against the inevitable and it seems that the townspeople are really just reacting to the inevitable. The German influence is also noticed here. With the German Girl's song, the Germans try to make the Italians pay for all the German-run businesses. So they raise the taxes to a point where the average Italian's income is the same as the average German's income. The Italian's buy the businesses, but that doesn't bother the Germans, as it was only a start. And then the German schools are closing down, and the Italian families who formerly took the students there and still use the schools are leaving. So the Italians can't afford to pay the taxes, and now they want to move out, at which point the Germans go on strike. If you're going to rent a home in a town where the Germans are moving in, why not sell the place? Instead of being loyal to the old town, they just want to be a party to the new town. The Germans have more money, so the Italians have more money, and the Italians want to live in the newer town, and the Germans want to stay where they were. The Germans get more money. And this is a film about gentrification, but its about gentrification of the Italians. So while it's mostly a documentary, one of the things it's really about is the Italian's, their experience in the new town, and how they have to make the best out of it.

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Barbara R.

I love all the films featured in this film. I feel so lucky to have seen them all and all have changed my life. These are my favorite films and i hope to see them again soon. I think the movie is very powerful. It's about the relationship between the human and the animal. It's a very emotional movie and the reason why i like it is because of the relationship between the animals and man. In a way it reminds me of another great movie, Schindler's List. The movie is about a man named Eichmann and his quest to save Jews during the war. He takes the jews to be safe and gets them food. This movie is very powerful. I hope you all will love it as much as i do. I give it a 10/10

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Paul P.

This is a movie made up of interviews with John Lennon and Yoko Ono. It is a documentary, but it's not a documentary. There are about eight or ten interviews and the order of the interviews is different. The interviews are all in the order of the songs Lennon and Yoko recorded. In the documentary, they are in chronological order. Ono talks about John Lennon's first encounter with his mother and then talks about how he had a relationship with Yoko, and then talks about her connection to Yoko. It is interesting to see how they are playing them in the end. In the documentary, John Lennon says that Yoko Ono was a genius. It is interesting to hear John Lennon make that statement. I think the only thing that I didn't like about this film was that it was very slow. It had no music for a long time and I didn't know if the interviews were going to be in chronological order, and if they would have other interviews. All in all, I would recommend this film to anybody, especially to Beatles fans. It's well done and it's worth seeing.

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The 'Hollywood of the 21st century' has failed to reflect the scale and depth of the experiences and the problems of the inner-city youth. This film does just that and does so in an entertaining and enlightening way. It's extremely rare to see a documentary about a subject that has become part of the global consciousness, and this film is no exception. There are many films that deal with the same subject matter, but none that have captured the same critical and political impact. This film, however, has. It is very easy to lose sight of the emotional dimensions of the events that take place. It's also easy to be disconnected from the social commentary that is woven throughout the film. It's not easy to really see how the film itself has affected and affected the lives of its participants, but it is, and it is well worth seeing.

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Olivia G.

The French film "Le Glace et le Ciel" (Good-bye and Life's Little Things) is about a socialist children's book shop run by an inventor named Clovis (a very sexy Nicolas Thivierge) who sells beautiful toys, books and games. This life is not too bad for these orphans at first and they have a good time until their leader discovers a secret about his employer that ends up giving his toys to the little ones. As a result the shop is destroyed and is destroyed by the new owner's son (the handsome Dominique Pagenot) who shoots the former employees and steals all of the toys and games from the shop. The children who are now orphaned have to fight for their lives and try to find a way to survive. The movie is all about family and about the inner struggle of children, who have to find a way to survive. When they find a way, they have to fight for their lives and keep up a good life. "Le Glace et le Ciel" is not a very special movie for the French audience. However, I don't know what would be the first impression to the American audience who usually likes "high-brow" movies, especially for the French ones. However, if you are French, you must watch this movie. The actors were very good, especially Dominique Pagenot, who I believe is one of the most beautiful women in the world. I recommend this movie to all of my friends and to all of my family.

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Emma Murphy

When I saw this movie I was very impressed. It was so true to the real story and I think it is a great story about the French Revolution. I was very surprised that there were not many people in the cinema when it came out. It is a story that we need to hear more about. The only thing I did not like about it was that it was too long. I think it could have been shorter. The only problem I had with the film is that I think it is a bit too emotional and I do not think it is very "honest". This is the second documentary I have seen about the French Revolution. The first was "The Revolution that didn't". The second is "La glace et le ciel" which I think is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. I will watch this one again and again. I am going to see it again in the cinema and I will buy it on DVD. It is really worth seeing and I recommend it to everyone.

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Nancy Hart

In a year when there was a spate of documentaries on the new millennium, this is perhaps the best of the lot. The film was made in the early 1990s and focuses on the lives of two women from the former Soviet Union. In both cases, the women are still struggling to find their place in a world where the economy has collapsed and where many of the women are forced to live in very poor conditions. In each case, the women are forced to live in conditions of poverty and in most cases they are victims of domestic violence. As with all documentaries, this is not an easy subject to be examined and this is what makes it such a good film. It is an excellent example of how documentaries can be used to highlight the issues that affect the lives of the poor in a country like the Soviet Union. It also shows the many different ways in which the women have tried to survive in this country. It also gives a good insight into the people who work in the country. It is a good film to see on a rainy day.

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Dennis T.

It's only in the last few years that film makers have become able to tell a story that has the power to touch the viewer. Take a film like "Shutter Island" (2012), "The Emperor's New Clothes" (2008), or "The Rules of Attraction" (2000). These films dealt with modern relationships, the pressures and pressures of aging, and how to deal with people you love. The films are compelling, and there's no denying that they deal with difficult topics. What makes these films so powerful is that they explore the emotions that real people experience when faced with a crisis. A lot of film-makers, and writers, have taken a "hey, let's put a bunch of people in a situation and see what happens" approach. "Before Midnight" has a similar approach to film-making, but for a different reason. "Before Midnight" doesn't make you feel good. Instead, the film is a touching drama that makes you feel bad. It tells the story of a young man named Adrien Brody (played by Jake Gyllenhaal), who has been a single father and has been married three times. The movie centers on his relationship with his daughter, Ellie (played by Kate Winslet), and his relationship with his wife, Lorraine (played by Marion Cotillard). He's a guy who knows what he's worth, but has trouble adjusting to life with a new job, a wife who doesn't know what to make of him, and a daughter who's not there for him. The film is powerful because it's not about Adrien Brody. It's about his family, and how they are dealing with the realities of life. It's about the sacrifice of love and the sacrifices of love. I think the film's purpose is to show how important family is, and how important love is. Jake Gyllenhaal plays the role of Adrien Brody with great talent. Jake has a beautiful, and complex, voice. He knows how to convey the feelings he's feeling, and he's very sensitive to the emotions of others. He makes us feel his pain and his loss, and he makes us feel his love. Jake Gyllenhaal is one of the best actors out there. He's versatile. He can play many roles, and he's really good at it. He can play a sensitive man, a brooding guy, a wisecracking guy, or a controlling guy. Jake has a great range. His performance is full of emotion, and he has great depth. His character is not like the other guys, he's not a guy you'd expect to be the one who falls in love with. He's someone you don't expect to fall in love with, and that's what makes this film so powerful. The other performances are great, too. Marion Cotillard plays a wonderful role as Lorraine. She's a very wise and interesting character, and she gives a great performance. She's been in several films, and she's one of the

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Anna Lawson

A French documentary-style documentary, told in a completely unstructured and random way, with a half-dozen interviews from various people who are actually involved in this documentary, from Paul, the film director, to someone who is a supporter of the film. It starts in the beginning, a conversation with Paul, where he is talking about his last scene (about the weathering of a Greek icon on the wall of the Louvre), where he says the words 'The title is this film. The director is that director. The subject is this film. We are that subject.' It's one of those interesting conversations, with some great moments, but by the end of the film, it's really all very simple, nothing interesting, nothing that you can't find a good way to say: 'Yeah, I saw that. Yeah, I know that.'

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Christina Andrews

This is a good movie. It tells a compelling story of a man's struggle to gain citizenship in Canada. However, the one thing I would have done differently was not to include the famous quote from the movie about Canadian people being afraid of change. I believe that the quote is used to explain that the Canadian people don't know what they're doing. I thought it would be great to see this quote in a different light. I believe that it would have made the movie more entertaining and the subject matter more relevant.

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I was blown away by this movie. It is just as incredible as the book. I was so impressed by the way they managed to get a dialogue recorded from the original comic. I couldn't help but think that some of the great works of art that are still in existence today were created by artists who were inspired by the artist's imagination. I also thought that they put a lot of effort into showing the friendship between Daniel and Daniel, even when he was supposed to be a stranger. It was a great film. I loved it, and I will buy the book when it comes out.

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Anna M.

One of the best documentaries I've seen in a long time. I was on my way to a movie in the morning and I was distracted for an hour and a half by this film. The story of the American hostage crisis is based on real events and it's a must see for anyone who is interested in the events. The way the filmmakers put the stories together is amazing and the cinematography is superb. It's not the best film I've ever seen but it's definitely a great documentary.

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Philip L.

A marvelous work from M.S. I didn't know how this film would end, but it did. It's a slow, introspective film that tells the story of what is happening in the African diamond industry. It's a lot like "Frontiere et le ciel" or "Don't look in the mirror and ask what's real" and it's also about how the African diamond industry is an idealistic dream, a dream that is about to come to an end. The whole film is narrated by a journalist from Paris who goes to Africa and works with young children to show them how to make diamonds. She has a sort of sense of realism about her, she never tells her audience that she has been there, she always has some sort of truth in her heart. Her last film is about the African diamond industry, and the last scene in the film is when she is sitting on a hill, thinking about her journey and how she could make a better future for Africa, about how she could see her dreams come true. It's a very touching film. And as a documentary, it's also very informative, the interviewees are all really well educated people and the way the film is shot is amazing. I loved the way it made me feel like I was in Africa, I was very fascinated by the way the camera moved, I felt like I was there. It's an excellent film and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in the diamond industry, it's very inspiring. It's a great film, and I would love to see it again, it's a very interesting film. It's a great film.

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Gary M.

When I first heard about this documentary, I thought it was just another case of a French saying. After watching it I realized the film really wasn't about any specific idea or a specific individual. It was about how religion can influence one's life. It deals with various religions such as Christianity, Islam, and Judaism. I've never understood the French term "altar" which usually means a building that contains a stage. The first thing you notice about this film is the musical score. The music is composed by Alexandre Desplat. The documentary is very enlightening. I'd recommend this film to anyone interested in history or religion.

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Benjamin Fernandez

This is a great film, one that I absolutely recommend. It tells the story of the founding of the Paris Commune, the event that will ultimately lead to the demise of the ruling class. I highly recommend seeing this film.

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Catherine Bishop

This is one of the most revealing and personal documentaries I have ever seen. And it is so good that I am eager to see the DVD. The story of the beautiful angel, "the angel of joy," is so beautifully and realistically told, and it makes you cry so hard. And the last part is so beautifully and directly telling you that Jesus Christ was truly the Son of God and was sent by God the Father to be the Savior of mankind. It is so moving and powerful. I have not cried as hard watching a film since "A Little Princess." I think that this film will change your life. It will change the way you look at everything, especially the death of Jesus. And this is why it is so important to see this film. This is why you need to see this movie, not only for the amazing journey it takes you through, but because of the profound message it is trying to bring to you. And this is why I will be spending a lot of money on the DVD, so that I can watch it over and over again. This is truly one of the most important movies I have ever seen. And it is one of the best movies I have ever seen.

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At first, I didn't want to see this film, as I was a little suspicious about its contents. The title was confusing, and the concept of a museum documenting the true life of its "found objects" was too confusing. The concept of the documentary is rather good, however. I'm really pleased to say that it is one of the best documentaries I have seen in a long time. The first part of the documentary is not as engaging as the second, but that could have been due to the bad acting of several of the actors. However, the second part is really good, and I recommend watching it, because it makes you feel like you've been on the journey with these artifacts. There are some spoilers, but I won't say anymore, as you really need to see it to find out what's going on. Also, I would like to mention that this is the first film I have seen by Dora Milne, and I think that she is a great actress, and the actors are great too. I really hope that there is more to come from her.

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Tiffany G.

It is not clear what happened in 1975 to cause the nuns to leave their convent, but the film follows their reclusive ways and the brief life of their son. A year later, after the first family had left, the girls returned to their childhood home and the events that led to their departure are covered in an interview. There are many of the questions that still plague the nuns today, as the film does not attempt to answer them. I found the film to be engaging and informative, and I did not find it to be boring. It is a great film, and it is well worth seeing.

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Emma W.

The first half of the film was really good, really interesting and the second half of the film was really interesting but not that great. There were a few really great ideas that were presented and there was a little bit of a feeling of complete boredom. The story was not very original, but there were some really good scenes that really helped to entertain the audience and the soundtrack was good. Overall, I enjoyed the film, but the second half of the film wasn't that good.

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I thought the documentary was well-done, and I really enjoyed the unique and visually stunning perspective of this music. The editing was also quite nice. The idea behind this movie is also very interesting, and I was very pleased that they chose a different genre, one that allows the viewer to really feel what it is like to be a student. I felt this documentary is a good way to get a more personal view of this music, and I will definitely look forward to seeing it again.

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Cheryl Fisher

What I liked most about this movie was how it was very different and made an attempt to showcase a beautiful experience for both the viewer and the elephants. Having worked in and around zoos, I know how beautiful the elephants are, and how much they suffer from disease and abuse. I also knew that I would like this movie because it was a documentary, with narration and some interviews with the elephants' owners and caretakers. Also, I have a great interest in animals and how they are treated in zoos. I do believe this is an important message that needs to be sent to both the public and to the zoos. I believe that this documentary is not only important to the elephant, but it is important to all of us.

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Bryan Mason

I don't know why, but this movie has had such a profound effect on me. I watched it the first time on cable in 2002, and have watched it numerous times since. I can't explain how. For me, this movie is an enormous part of my life. It changed me in such a way that I would never forget. I'm still crying every time I see it. It's one of the most powerful movies I have ever seen. I have watched it more times than I can count, and each time I am moved to tears. I don't understand the other reviews. Some of them seem to be trying to make a point or make a point of what they feel is the most important thing in the world. But that's just not true. I don't know why people are upset over this movie, or why people would think that it's not for them. I can only guess that it's just because of what it says about people's inability to see what is real. But it's really not a "movie". It's a film. The messages are real, and so is the message. The message is powerful, and the message is something that affects millions of people around the world. People, I thank you for this movie. It's given me the courage to be who I am, and it's given me the courage to live my life to the fullest. So please, please, please don't make a fuss about it. It's worth the watch.

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I went to see this documentary on DVD, and I really didn't like it. It wasn't bad, but it was definitely boring and could've been better, if it hadn't taken so long to tell the story. It was narrated by Gianni Agnelli, who said that he used to be the best cameraman, and how he became addicted to documenting events, especially the music videos. But now he simply just goes through everything with the music. I don't really have anything else to say, but you should really go to see it, because it's a really good documentary, and probably the most interesting documentary I've ever seen.

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Paul Contreras

While I am a fan of the Grateful Dead, I did not know that the Grateful Dead was a founding member of the Eagles until much later. This documentary is quite good. There are many insightful interviews with key players and several key moments in the history of the band. This is definitely an overall worth-watching documentary. Although it has a "feel" like a documentary on the Grateful Dead, it is actually more of a general history of the band. It talks about how and why the band started, how it went from a small band to a multi-faceted juggernaut, and the fight and how the band survived the crash and was able to keep on working. Many interviews are made about their early and their decline after the inception of the band. Also there are some behind the scenes and anecdotes about the recording of the albums. Overall this is a very good and engaging documentary.

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Donna Aguilar

This is a fascinating documentary on the activities of the French Wachowski brothers in their youth and their growing up. It is in many ways similar to the documentary "My Beautiful Launderette" which also covered their early life, but also has a more personal and personal tone. This documentary also goes into the Wachowski brothers' business, but also the events that led to the making of the Matrix trilogy. It is also a fascinating look at what some people think of the Wachowski brothers, and the effect it has had on their lives. This documentary is definitely worth a watch. It is also very interesting to see the early work of the Wachowski brothers, such as the "Matrix" trilogy.

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Sara Payne

I am a lifelong lover of Italy, and I was at first totally indifferent to this movie. I watched it, and now I am totally sold on it. I love to watch and read books and stories that are connected to my past, and this movie was very entertaining. I was able to connect the book with the movie, and also the two books are really connected. I have always been amazed by the stories that are linked to Italy. The movie showed the history of Italy and its people, the people and the myths and legends of the country. I would like to mention that the movie was very, very slow and I felt like I was watching a book for a long time. I was not bored by it, I was bored by the fact that the movie lasted almost 3 hours, I was able to connect the story of the book and the movie and it was so very interesting. I was so glad that they didn't show the battles of Milan and Ferrara, it was very boring and I felt that I was not watching a movie, but reading a book. This movie was very interesting and I would like to recommend it to everyone.

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This film is an eye opener. What you see in this film is not what you would expect. The people that made this film are all very accomplished and have very unique perspectives on what they see as the reality in the world. You get to see the end of one side of the story and the beginning of the other and it's not the same story. You see it from the people's perspective, and it's not easy. You see from the people's point of view, and it's not easy. The director did a very good job of making you believe that you were actually in the time that the people were actually living. I have never seen anything like it. I am in awe of this film. I'm afraid that I will have to put on a new pair of glasses. I can't imagine what it is like to live the same thing as the people in this film, or at least what I have witnessed in the past year. It's not pleasant, and it is not pleasant for everyone. It's an experience, and it is an experience that will take you through a very unpleasant experience. This is a very important film for everyone who lives in this world to watch. The film makes you feel like you are actually there. It's a movie that will make you want to be there.

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Joan H.

If you're like me and you want to learn a little about the French culture, you'll probably enjoy this movie. It's a little slow to get going, but once it gets going, it really starts to roll. If you have the time, you should check it out. I was surprised at how much I liked this movie, especially considering I wasn't familiar with the French culture.

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Helen Gardner

I found the piece very well done, well organized. Very convincing portrayal of the Quebecois culture, including the schools, art, literature, clothing, fashion, music, etc. I also liked the viewpoints from different historians that the production director and actors took, as I'm sure many others will find this very informative and entertaining. The use of a sequence of recent documentaries and excerpts from a great selection of interviews gives you an interesting and informative experience of the reality that Quebecers have been dealing with, over a period of many years. As a Quebecer and a high school history teacher, I could relate very well with the information presented on the heritage, culture, life and thinking of the people of Quebec. I did feel, however, that some of the representations of the early 1900s were a bit weak and didn't allow me to connect more with the people portrayed. Still, I did find this documentary a valuable tool for learning about Quebec's cultural heritage.

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Paul Hawkins

The film is an excellent look at the world of cycling. It is a good story about a man who came to France in search of his lost love and found her in a small village. He became a cyclist and was an inspiration to many. The film is narrated by the man himself. The story is told in a way that is very realistic and is very much like the way that he lived his life. He had to deal with a lot of problems and problems that he couldn't understand. He just kept on living and riding his bike. The film is also very realistic in the way that it shows the difficulties that he faced. The film shows how his life turned out. It is a very interesting story about a man who found love in a small village and lived his life as a cycling legend. I think that this film is a must see for anyone who loves cycling. It is a very good film about a man who lived a life of cycling and was an inspiration to many.

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Christine Harris

All the action on the news, all the rumors and all the intrigue of the French Presidential campaign is presented in this movie. It is a beautiful work of art, the truth is presented in a beautiful way. The cinematography is spectacular, as always, and it is a little bit like a film of the American West in terms of the landscapes. If you like film, you should see this movie.

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Heather R.

i like to travel in america to see the beauty of the place i love to see the cities of the mountains and deserts and it is amazing to see how they help each other in their own ways in the wilderness i know how it feels to be lost in the wilderness the most beautiful things in the world are hidden in plain sight a really nice film and the graphics are amazing i think that this is the best documentary i have ever seen it is almost a documentary from the beginning to the end so it is a really good documentary for people who love the outdoors. we will see the forest of passion this week on the sierra

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Olivia M.

This short film is a best-of-this-year-best-of-the-year festival in London and is easy to see why. The two leading actors are Roman Polanski and Eileen Atkins. They come from quite different worlds but both have chosen the right path. This film has a very serious message about the exploitation of animals by humans. Most of the time it is not made explicit, just seen in their eyes and in the way they look, which is strange, and sometimes it is not shown. This documentary also shows how a real documentary could be made, with the actors actually telling their personal stories, using what they can of a camera. Polanski plays the family reporter for the New York Daily News and discusses his "UFO experience". Atkins has been in the 'convicted' section for a decade, as the owner of a local zoo, but this has recently gone to court, and she is now on probation. That is how people who do not believe in 'UFO' documentaries could enjoy this. They could also find something of interest in the way the two act on camera, their voices, the way they look at each other, in what they say and how they say it. The film also tells us how the two friends managed to get invited to the top 100 list of the Guardian's "People's 100" list, with a few other documentaries. The other documentary is in Arabic and was made by four Algerians, who are now in Syria, but the story is mainly about the "UFO", and the way the Algerian refugees react to it. They try to help the refugees, but it is never easy.

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Alan Burke

I had the opportunity to view this film at the San Francisco International Film Festival. It is a fantastic documentary, and the best film I have seen in years. It is about the connection between people and nature, and the efforts to preserve the beauty of the natural world. The film is very well-made and the interviews with experts are very informative. I especially liked the way they were able to capture the beauty of the sea, the wind, and the beauty of the forest. The director is a naturalist, and he has a gift for capturing the essence of the natural world. The film is very well-made, and the quality of the footage is incredible. It is also very well-edited, and the director is very patient with the interviews. The film is a beautiful portrait of the natural world, and it is a very well-made film. It is a beautiful film, and I recommend it to anyone who enjoys nature documentaries.

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Martha Ford

In this film-maker's first documentary, we follow Jacques COULARDEAU, an 84-year-old French writer and director, as he reveals his views on the "New Cinema", where the budget is the most important, the star is the director, and the human beings portrayed as secondary to the global market. In this way, he explains why, after "Les aventures de Beppo", he will never direct again. We also meet the filmmakers of the New Wave, such as Roger Vadim, Helene Beart, Joan Rameau and Raphael Bernstein, all of whom have expressed similar opinions. COULARDEAU starts off this documentary with an interview with Jean-Luc Godard, on the set of his final film, which he admits to feeling "a little bit sad". We then see COULARDEAU on the set of "The Three Lives of Robert Benton", a film about the genre that has defined many directors' careers, where the star, the director, and the actor are reduced to insignificance. One of the questions COULARDEAU asks Godard is why Godard would need to make a film about Beppo, and one can see the arch-conservative director's opinions on the importance of starpower. COULARDEAU then ends with a discussion of the New Wave, with Godard, Robert Benton, Mariel Hemingway, and Tadeusz Feldkamp all speaking, and I find the film fascinating, and COULARDEAU's insight as a filmmaker, enlightening.

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Madison C.

The First Voyage of the Starship Columbia is an interesting documentary about the life of a 1930s "American dream" that seemed to be forever before it started to crack. The film is divided into two parts: the first one about the period in which it was created and the second about the one that was created as it was still active in the mid-1930s. The film begins with the creation of the spaceship and ends with its journey to the stars. This documentary is an interesting and engaging one. It's one of the better ones that I have seen about this subject. The film begins with interviews with some of the creators of the spaceship. There's also some great insights into the period, as well as a glimpse into the lives of the people who worked on it. This is a great documentary for anyone interested in the subject. There's a lot of interesting stuff to take away from this film, especially if you're into the time period. It's well worth watching.

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For the first half, I was very entertained. The second half left a lot to be desired. The movie should have gone for a more in depth treatment of the subject, and it wasn't until a close to the end that I really got what was happening and what it meant. The movie did have a lot of style and pretty shots, but I didn't find any in the entire movie, which I felt was a waste of time. The DVD was nicely packaged, but the movie never kept you entertained. I did want to be entertained, but it was a terrible waste of time and money.

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Sandra Olson

As if it wasn't enough that we don't have a lot of history to get a handle on France's relationship with Germany. Now, we have this documentary. It's a wonder that most documentaries of this kind are mostly bad or just bad. This one is not. The film is based on interviews with some of the more interesting people in the country's history, and it's nice to see some more personality in the French personality. Charles de Gaulle, Winston Churchill, François Mitterand, Emile Zola, Dreyfus, Albert Camus, Luchino Visconti. It's fun to see French people talking about their past and how it affected their present and their hopes for the future. These interviews are mostly conducted with people who were born in France and lived through its high point, the second world war. They're mostly fascinating. It's also fun to see how French people talked about themselves and their country before and during the war. It's also a welcome break from the usual just-show and tell documentary style of the world's leaders and military figures. It's worth watching.

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This film is a portrait of the global urbanization of a young man who would go on to become a major world champion fighter, but whose life and that of his father was lost in the trenches of WW II. The film is a mix of personal story, sporting film, and special features, giving an intimate view of the everyday life of a young man, his dad, and his friends. There is a strong emphasis on sports, especially boxing, which makes the film a little longer than some of the other "movies" about athletes, but it is well worth watching, even if you don't like sports.

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Joseph Walters

I just had to write a comment about this documentary. I am an avid fan of Djamila Djamila's work and I was fortunate enough to catch this documentary on TV. As a Djamila fan I was thrilled to see this documentary. Djamila is a great artist and should be recognized for her work. However, this documentary is not about Djamila. It is about the AIDS crisis in Africa and the role that Djamila played in the epidemic. Djamila is a very talented artist and should be recognized for her work. Her documentary is just an amazing story and should be seen by everyone. I hope that Djamila receives the recognition that she deserves.

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I recently saw this documentary in a film class I taught and it was extremely inspiring and a must see for all of us who are thinking about how to respond to the horrors of the news. The quality of the film is excellent and I highly recommend seeing it.

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Rebecca Gomez

Vague, vague, vague - what else could you say to do with this film. It's hard to know what to think of it. This movie was clearly not made to be taken seriously, and while it doesn't comment on itself, it is definitely not for everyone. However, what this movie does very well is to show what life is like on a scale of one to ten. It was long, but the acting was very solid, and the movie actually had a few moments that did have me smiling. One of the best parts was the short section between scenes where the actors talked about their respective characters. The performances were all very good, and I would recommend it to anyone looking for a movie that will have you thinking for a while after the credits roll. I would recommend this movie to people who like a good story, but do not necessarily want a film to be more than what it is.

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Linda S.

It's a shame how these sensationalist shows such as Big Brother are so often targeted for criticism. While the ratings system may seem to have gotten in the way of some of the more extreme programs, Big Brother, and many other shows that are not in the public eye, seem to do so on purpose to discredit the programs' substance. The Big Brother series is certainly a sensationalized show, and the use of cutting and editing techniques in order to garner ratings may be justified on some of the bigger shows, but it's just plain stupid to bash a program that has helped so many children get over the idea of staying at home and neglecting their careers. Big Brother has helped millions of children to have the motivation to get involved in school, and helps parents to be more involved in their children's lives, and on some of the more extreme programs that have dominated the ratings, Big Brother actually helps the program's show to have ratings, while at the same time it actually gets the ratings. But that's just me. My conclusion, Big Brother does have its positive and negative sides to it. But while it does have its negative sides, it's one of the most acclaimed programs in the world and we need to remember that. I also know that many people have not had a chance to watch the show, and may come away with different opinions, but if you've not yet had a chance to watch it, you're missing out.

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Christian Meyer

This film is the work of photographer/editor Richard Rohrwacher. The film's medium is photography, and it is as though Rohrwacher was using an old-fashioned camera and with a very old-fashioned style of shooting. There is much repetition of shots in this film, and if you've seen "The Castle" you'll know what I mean. While the documentary is nicely made, it's difficult to really get into the detail of the subjects because of the brevity of the film. Rohrwacher is an amazing and fascinating photographer, and although the film is about photography, it is more a discussion of his work than of photography. Rohrwacher comes across as someone who is dedicated to capturing the most interesting things in any given scene, and the film has some good moments, but generally there's not much here. The music is also very subdued, although it does seem like a real time capsule of the early 1960's.

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Joseph Wallace

French actor Vincent Cassel talks about his whole life. (mostly his recent life) and his experiences, especially his childhood, through his marriage and first encounters with women. He tries to cover the story of his life, and we are not sure about any of his personal encounters. The camera does not show the interior of the house, but the kitchen and living room, and the conversation of the man and his wife. But the same is not true of the photographer. Everything is presented as part of the story. The way he treats and gets into the intimate position of Vincent is a story, not a documentary. Sometimes, the silence, the dejected, the cold, are shown in a more intimate fashion. The transition from childhood to adult life is part of the story, too. Mostly it's about his marriage and his first sexual encounters. He tries to imagine what it must have been like, what happened to him and what he wanted, to express and communicate his feelings. We are not sure about his past. We cannot really identify with him, and we are not sure if he was an ideal, or a real person, or what has been his life. This is a beautiful documentary. In the end, the master of the cinematography, Maitre Dany Castel, asks the question, "was he right?". I don't know if it was correct, but maybe it was "tokens" of the life. He showed his image of the artist, the figure, the personality. To have an ideal, he had to have his life, to have himself, to be himself. So much of his life is filmed and described, but the greatest thing, his art is not really portrayed. It's his voice, and the way he chooses to speak and talk about it. A personal portrait of a great artist, and the little man behind the work.

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Andrea Guerrero

This is an outstanding documentary that tells the story of Guyana and the growing drug trade. The drug lords and corrupt officials are both well documented and the film is quite entertaining and very informative. The people in this documentary speak about their experiences with Guyana as well as some of the things that they have seen. It gives you an excellent overview of Guyana and is one of the best documentaries that I have seen in a while. The documentary is quite good but the story that it tells is a bit more powerful than the film would have you believe. This is a great film and I recommend it.

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Jordan Williams

I'm going to have to say this first: my first impression of the film was how unrealistic it sounded. But after I read the film's synopsis, I was surprised to see the incredibly detailed and engaging nature of the film. And, I also really appreciated the fact that the film was able to tell the story so eloquently. All the details that make up the story, all the little details that add up to the bigger picture, are absolutely outstanding. They're like the air you breathe. It was very moving. I also thought that the documentary structure was very well done. The film covers the various aspects of both the girl's and the old man's life together. It follows the girl's life through the fall of communism, the fall of communism and the various ways she's been able to use the internet to communicate with other people in a way that she's never been able to before. It's interesting to see the more humorous side of her life and how she relates to the other people in her life. It was also interesting to see the old man's life through the fall of communism and the fall of communism. There were a couple of issues that the film doesn't address (like how the two people's lives were connected by the internet, and what would happen if the girl's and the old man's lives got separated), but overall it's an incredibly powerful film that I'm sure will be remembered for many years to come. The film is very well-made. There's a lot of emotion in the film and there are a lot of scenes that are very moving. I'd say the film is the most important documentary that I've seen in a very long time.

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Kathy Barnes

The movie is really great and the ideas and arguments presented are brilliant. I think this is a great film and it will stay in my memory forever.

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While the basic premise of the movie is good, the presentation and storytelling are too long. There is no 'sub' narrative. It is more like an extended interview with a single person. There are several points where you can see what was said and heard, but you can't get a full understanding of what was said. As a result, there is no sense of continuity, and the movie drags on longer than it should. In addition, the film suffers from an excess of slow motion scenes, and some of the imagery is difficult to watch. Finally, the director seems to be a bit too much of a cynic for his own good. The movie is a great look at the French fashion industry, but it is far too long.

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This documentary follows the life of the writer Francois Truffaut, who made a series of films between 1962 and 1974. The films, such as "The 40-Year-Old Virgin", "Strictly Ballroom", "Four Weddings and a Funeral", and "Le Dernier Fugue", were all the product of Truffaut's creativity and strong will. In one of his last films, "The 48-Hour Rule", Truffaut's dedication to his creative output was shown through the use of re-enactments and short movies. In this documentary, Truffaut speaks about the direction of his films, his creative process, and his relationship with the director Jean-Luc Godard. He also discusses his approach to directing, as well as his relationship with Godard. The interviews, both on the set and in the editing room, are fascinating and fascinating to watch. Truffaut speaks about his films, the subjects he chooses, and the direction he goes in. It is interesting to see Truffaut in the editing room, because he has such a strong vision and the ability to control what he does in his films. The film has a good mix of the mundane and the surreal, and it is a treat to watch the editing process. Truffaut speaks about the process of writing, editing, and directing, and it is interesting to hear about the process of making a film. The film is not very entertaining, but the conversation between Truffaut and Godard are fascinating. Truffaut and Godard discuss a lot of interesting topics, including Truffaut's relationship with Godard, Godard's relationship with Truffaut, and Truffaut's attitude towards Godard's films. The film is well worth seeing.

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George Mendez

All the actors who have participated in this documentary, plus the people who created the paintings, speak candidly about their artistic process, which was, by and large, an absolute non-violent and non-conformist one. They are very good at capturing the exact moment when they started painting, and the paintings they created. The best part of the documentary is its ability to reflect on the reactions of others who watched it. This is especially true of the painter's wife, who clearly does not like the film. It is obvious that the viewer, or someone in the audience, is just too close to the artist to feel any sympathy for him or her. This may be an indication of how fragile art really is. However, this does not necessarily mean that people should not watch the documentary, or should not respect the artist. It may be because they just don't understand the artistic process. This is also why I would recommend this film for people who want to be educated about the art and history of art. It will provide them with a better understanding of the process of creating a painting. It will also give them an idea of what artists do and why they do it.

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Danielle Payne

On this day in 2003, a record nine people were killed in the Spanish air disaster. This film tells the story of a group of air traffic controllers, who make their living by helping to monitor the flights of airplanes that are heading to or from various cities. The crew of the aircraft (all of them have a different accent) are tasked with keeping the plane safely in the air. The plane that they are on is a Piper Cherokee, which has already taken off from Spain and headed for San Francisco. The plane is carrying, among others, the president of Spain and his wife. This film tells the story of the lives of these people, and the crew that they work for. A film of great beauty, this is a film that will stay with you for a long time.

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The documentary focuses on the life of a real-life millionaire, Philippe de Gaynes, who was born in 1809 and lived to the age of 60. The story of the man's life is told through the eyes of his wife, Isabelle de Gaynes, who had been married to the man for 40 years. The documentary shows the couple's home, as well as a number of their homes, and the collection of their art and furniture. The documentary also shows the couple's love for the arts, and their involvement in a number of cultural events, including the opening of a museum in Paris, and the performance of their opera, "Les Quatre Cotes". The documentary is well-filmed, with a great deal of music, and it shows the couple's love for music. The documentary is also very well-done, with a great deal of interviews with people who know the couple, and the couple themselves. It is interesting to see the couple's relationship, and their love for music. It is also interesting to see how the couple's love for music has influenced their life. The documentary is well-made, and it is well-acted. The documentary is also well-edited, and it is very well-edited. Overall, I recommend this documentary to anyone who has a passion for music. It is well-made, well-acted, and it is well-edited. 8/10

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Donna Jacobs

A great film for anyone interested in the history of the U.S.A. The story of how the first big cotton harvest in the U.S.A. happened is an interesting one. The film does a good job at explaining the history of the cotton industry, and the various political and economic factors that influenced the U.S.A. cotton industry. The movie also includes a lot of interviews with people involved in the cotton industry. There is also a lot of great footage of the early years of the cotton industry, and of the growing of the cotton crop. I highly recommend this movie to anyone interested in the history of the U.S.A. - it is a very interesting movie.

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Peter M.

I was very much looking forward to this documentary, as I am a fan of the singer, and also have been a fan of his music since I was a teenager. I have to admit, I was not impressed with the documentary, but I was expecting a more balanced view of his life. It was not that way. In the documentary, he seems to be on the verge of depression, and seems to have lost his drive, his drive to be the best. I think he was suffering from a lack of inspiration and motivation, and it seemed to be affecting his music. In the end, the documentary seems to be a look back at his life from his perspective, which is fine, but it seems to be more about his life than the music. In the end, I found the documentary to be very superficial, and the focus on his life and his music seemed to be a bit too much. I don't know if it was his illness or the documentary, but I didn't really like it. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who is a fan of his music or his life, but it isn't the best documentary I have ever seen.

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I saw this film at a film festival in Montreal and was blown away by the honesty of the filmmaker. He spoke openly about the negative effects of the war and how the film was made in the same spirit as the veterans who were involved. This film is a must see for all those who care about the real story of the war and the people who lived through it. It's one of the best documentaries I've seen in a long time and I hope that more people will see it.

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Louis M.

In my view this is the best documentary I've seen in a long time. Every day, I watch and learn more about the ancient world, and it really touches me. It is amazing to see how different peoples were with their religions, their beliefs, their lives and they had lots of cultures. It is not just a documentary about this one culture. It shows the idea of art as an independent thing. I would also like to point out that it is not just one religion. It shows that all religions are connected. Even if you don't believe in any religion, the idea of art is very important to you. It really shows how art is a great way to bring out your feelings and emotions. I give this film a 10/10.

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Doris H.

It is an amazing film. I had no idea that it was possible to capture so much in so little time. I feel like it is my duty to share the film with anyone who wants to know more about the phenomenon known as what is known as the music for the eardrums. This film was a gift to all those who have seen it, and I would recommend it to anyone who has not yet seen it. I don't want to spoil anything for anyone, but if you see this film, be sure to keep an eye out for two of the most inspirational people to ever walk the earth, whose music is now an integral part of my daily life. I am humbled and thankful for their gift of music and their gift of music for me.

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Louis G.

I had the opportunity to view this film at the Los Angeles Film Festival, and I must say that it is a wonderful film that deserves much more attention than it has received. As an average American, I would have been a lot more familiar with this movie if it had been shown at a larger venue, such as the Sundance Film Festival, or the Sundance Channel. The film is packed with incredible footage of the great man's life, and the audience I was with was totally blown away by the beauty and humanity of his life. The director has created a moving and inspiring film, one that will make you think about what you would do in his shoes, and the journey that the man had to go on. I highly recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about one of the most important people in the history of the world.

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Crystal G.

I was so happy to see this. I have never heard of this guy, and I have to say I love all of his work. This film is about his life. I don't like documentaries, but this one is absolutely amazing. The interviews with the various artists who were involved in this project are amazing. I can't tell you how much I loved this documentary. The cinematography is wonderful, and it is really touching. I will give this film an 8/10 because I think it deserves it. If you like documentaries, you should definitely watch this. I just hope they don't make the next documentary about this man's life.

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French New Wave film director Serge Lafont was a huge influence on Akira Kurosawa's film works. When he died, it was a sad day in cinema. This documentary is about the films he made from 1970 to the end of the 1970s. The director is interviewed and shown in a retrospective. I found it to be a nice overview of his work, a couple of his most famous films. It is really a nice documentary.

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Alexander Castillo

I really liked this film. I saw it on a whim at the cinema in my home town of Orléans, Quebec. I was pleased by the story, the action, the performances and the sound. I was expecting a great deal, and I think I got it. To start with, the story and the cast are very well done, as always. The humour, the family aspect, the loyalty, the love, all come together to make a very satisfying film. I found this film to be very heart warming and heartfelt, and it was also very interesting. The acting was great, with the exception of the children, who I thought were over-acted, and felt somewhat cliche. I don't think I could have been more impressed with their performances. However, this was not to say that the children were not in their element. Each of them, regardless of age, was great in their role, and the chemistry between them made them feel very real. For example, when one of the children is at the beginning of the film, he is always at the edge of his seat, but when he gets his first real love in the film, he is totally out of it. He goes from a loving husband and father, to a crazy loving father and son. The love was real and he was able to express it. I thought the film's ending was also very good, and it ended with a great little flourish. I don't want to spoil the ending for anyone, but it was very good, and very well done. I'm glad I saw this film. I'm going to see it again, and I am very glad I did. If you haven't already seen it, I highly recommend it.

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James Armstrong

I was really disappointed with the movie "The Friendship of the Dwarfs" on the recommendation of my friend.I thought the movie was boring,and the stories were all the same.But after seeing "The Friendship of the Dwarfs" I felt a lot better about the movie. I thought that the story was really good. The character of the dwarfs were interesting and they all have unique personalities. The music was excellent and kept the film moving. I can not wait for the next movie. This is an excellent film and I definitely recommend it to anyone who enjoys good fairy tales.

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Maria P.

This is a documentary about the Gallic hunter Gaspard Duval, who in the 1980's became famous for shooting and killing lions. He was a legend in France, for his incredible actions in hunting the lions for trophy and many of his friends and admirers were unable to believe that he would be capable of doing such a deed. This documentary is a great eye opener and is very entertaining. It is a very interesting story of a man who has to endure several difficulties to hunt lions and the facts of his life which can only be described as tragedy. The filmmakers did a great job with the narration and there are also many great interviews with people who knew Gaspard and the people who knew him. Overall a great documentary.

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Shirley K.

I remember seeing this movie in the theater when it first came out, and it was so great. I thought it was so true to the reality of the time and place, and the people. The second I saw it in the theaters, I rented it and watched it several times, and I never got tired of it. It had a lot of great moments, including some of my favorites: when the French exchange their potatoes for rice, when the white man's system is first established, and when the old man is talking to his sister. I guess I was a little scared at first, but I was glad to finally see the movie again, and learn something new about the people of France.

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Bobby G.

I saw this film at the festival in Geneva. I was not expecting much, and I was not disappointed. It was a great film about a woman who lost her husband, and her struggle to keep her family together. It was really moving, and the message it delivered was very important. This film should be seen by everyone. I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in the topic of the relationship between mothers and their children.

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Philip Watson

A documentary on the trials and tribulations of the so-called "Bordeaux Soul Crew". The film covers their trials and tribulations from their childhood through to the present day. It includes interviews with their family, friends and other people they have worked with. In addition, it also includes a number of clips from music videos, short films and other videos. I believe the film does a very good job of making you feel as though you are actually involved with the band. There is a certain level of realism to it, that is not always the case when it comes to films dealing with famous musicians. However, for a film about a famous band, it is quite a good film. In particular, the film does a very good job of showing the emotional and physical toll that is taking place on the band members throughout the years, as well as a number of other things. Overall, a very good documentary about a very important music event that has affected and impacted people for generations.

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This is a movie that should have been made into a documentary. I was shocked to see so much of the people who were forced into prostitution by the French government. It's a stunning story, so much more compelling than the Oscar-winning documentary about Dominique Strauss-Kahn. While most of the stories of the French sex slaves were well-told, this film is much more compelling. Many of the stories are sad, especially those of the women who felt they had no choice, but were taken from their homes to work in the sex industry. I was also surprised at the extent of the forced labor. The film's title is a reference to the fact that "free people" were forced into prostitution as a way of getting out of poverty. The documentary also shows the economic damage caused by prostitution. In my country, prostitution is illegal, and many people who are forced into prostitution are struggling to keep a roof over their heads. The film shows the emotional toll of forced prostitution. I was moved. I hope the film inspires others to stand up and fight for what is right.

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Kyle C.

In the beginning of the movie, I noticed that there was an American flag in the background of the scene. I thought it was the flag of the U.S. military, but it turned out to be a flag of the French Republic. It was a real flag and it was flown at the French embassy in Washington, D.C. The movie was very informative. It showed the great relationship between France and the United States. The movie showed the relationship between the French and the Americans in the past. The movie showed the good and the bad. It showed the relationship between the French and the Americans in the present. I loved the movie. It was very informative and I would recommend it to everybody.

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This is not a documentary about Mennonites in France. This is a documentary about the life of these "secular Jews", or "Mennonites" as they are also called. This film is about the sect that has many branches all over the world. This film is about the group of people who lived in the old Catholic enclaves around Paris. It is about the survival of these people, and the kind of persecution they experienced. It is about the love and the struggle these people had for the religious beliefs they had lived for their entire life. And it is about the hope these people had and the need to know the truth about their religion. This film is very well made and very interesting. It is a must see for everyone.

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Ethan R.

After years of waiting, the movie finally came to theaters and for once the title really did ring true and was not a spoof of the title. The first thing I noticed about this movie was that it had some real great music and a real cool soundtrack. It was a real treat to hear a band like, Pink Floyd, for example. This is not the only movie where this is true, I have watched other movies with the same title and this one had a very strong musical aspect. It did not have any violence in it, which I thought was a big plus, although I am not really a fan of violence, it just made the movie a little more realistic. Another great thing about this movie is that it focuses on the life of two band members, in a way, a bit more than the Beatles or Stones, and at times it seems to over-dramatize things a bit. This is the way it should be done. One more thing I liked about this movie is that it does not have a specific point. It seems to get there gradually but does not get to the end. It is a bit of a shock but also quite a bit of a surprise. I had heard the rumors that this movie was a spoof, but I never really thought that it was. It was a very interesting movie that can be enjoyed by people of all ages. I hope the movie gets more publicity and that people get to see it, especially since this is not the only movie with this title and I am hoping that this is the beginning of a new trend for movies like this.

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Jacqueline Rivera

This is a movie made by the people who made "The World According to Garp" and I can't think of a better title for a movie of this type. I loved it so much and so I tried to find the original VHS copy and I finally found it. The original French DVD is better and is worth watching but I would recommend you to watch this movie on a big screen as the quality is way better than on a small screen. I found it a bit boring at first, but I think it is a movie that you should see at least once. It is a must see movie. If you have not seen it, do so. You will not regret it.

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Janet Black

Beautiful film about the life and times of an iconic French cinema. Not a film for the faint of heart but its message is timeless. The main actor here is Nick Cave and the film is not only a love letter to the art of film making but also a love letter to his mother. The film is dark and bleak but is also beautifully shot and wonderfully acted. The scenes are so intense and the moody look of the film is also a compliment to the film. The director who helmed this film is a great story teller and he creates a film that is like a flower blooming. This film is a bit emotional but not too intense. It is a great film for anyone who loves movies and if you're not a fan of the art of film making then this film will be a hit. This is a film that will live in your head for a long time. It will touch you and then, after a long time, you will think of this film again and again. A real masterpiece of a film.

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By far, this is the most intelligent documentary I've ever seen. But I don't feel it's as groundbreaking as my earlier Oscar nominated documentary about William Shakespeare's life, "The Madness of King George," which I also think was amazing. However, "Shakespeare in Love" is probably one of the best documentaries ever made. It explains the Shakespeare legend in depth and on the big screen. The film contains several interviews with the actors, directors, writers and other people involved in the production of the play. It also has numerous clips of Shakespeare's original scripts, as well as clips from his later productions. The film also includes many theater clips, including the original production of "Hamlet" which was based on the play, and many stage shows. It also includes original music from the Shakespeare works, as well as the original songs from his early productions. For the most part, it's not a documentary about the play itself, but rather the major characters who were involved in its creation and the critical elements that were critical to the production. So if you're a fan of the play, then you'll enjoy this documentary very much. It's about the work of a man who dedicated his life to creating this masterpiece, and his contributions to it. It's also a fascinating look at the modern day relevance of Shakespeare. He is still relevant today, and with this documentary, the world knows that.

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Adam Soto

Monsieur Philippe Debbouze, who spent three days in front of the camera in 2006, "L'inconnu du paradis" ("The Face of Hope"), has just returned from France with an interesting documentary. He is not a journalist. He is a documentary filmmaker. This is a deeply moving documentary about a French surgeon, Philippe Debbouze, who refused to give up his life as a doctor after his wife was killed in a car accident. He took a gamble and found himself in front of a camera. Philippe and his wife Isabelle, his mother, all went to a hospital to have their names added to the list of the people who died in the 'accident' (I think it was a helicopter) and they were there to talk about the terrible tragedy. This film is a great documentary, not only because of the courage of the surgeon, but also because of the documentary filmmaker. It is clear that he was at the very center of the French media, not just in France, but in the entire world. The story of the doctor's struggle with the media was very interesting, and his willingness to tell his story on the camera, which many people wanted to see, was really powerful. He could have made the film much longer. The "I am Philippe Debbouze" movie also features some of the people who worked with him at the hospital, and it is very interesting to see what they said about him. It was great to see the "last days" of a famous French surgeon who has given his life to medicine and to patients, and of the people who lost their loved ones in the 'accident'. The film really goes into the details of the man's life, his family and his work, and also gives us an insight into the media reaction. I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about Philippe Debbouze. Also, I recommend the "Jean Yves Thibault" movie, which also follows the surgeon. I will certainly see both of these films, because they are very different from the others, and I will definitely be able to recommend them to friends. The "L'inconnu du paradis" is a must-see for anyone interested in the media and the history of France.

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George J.

This documentary is a real eye opener. If you haven't watched this yet, then do it. It's a real eye opener for many reasons. It's also a great film. This is not just a documentary. It is a great film about the struggle that artists go through, a documentary about the importance of art, and a documentary about music. If you're a fan of music, you'll love this film. If you're not, then you might love it.

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Kathryn C.

This is a brilliant documentary that really makes you think about your lifestyle and how much you really care about your friends and family. It really gets to you and you really start to realize what is really important in your life. I would highly recommend this film to anyone and I highly recommend it to anyone who loves documentaries. This film is so inspirational and really makes you think about what you are doing and where you are going in life.

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Ann W.

I saw this film as a film festival finalist. It is a great film about a group of people who live in a small town in France. The group consists of an economist, a journalist, a journalist's wife, and a doctor. They live in a small village with a population of around 100. Most of the residents are Roman Catholics. The town is not really wealthy. The economy is based on agriculture, and the inhabitants of the village rely on the sale of potatoes, which are grown on a small plot of land. They sell their produce in a local market, where they pay a couple of francs each for their produce. The town's unemployment rate is around 40%, and the local authorities take the responsibility of providing welfare benefits for the inhabitants. The film shows how the town and the inhabitants live in their daily lives. It is fascinating to see how the people of this small town react to the problems that face their town. The film also shows how the inhabitants of the town manage to live in a rural community. I would recommend this film to people who are interested in rural France or to people interested in how people live in a small town. This film is a must-see for all who want to know more about rural France. It is an excellent film, showing a small village in a small town in France.

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As the title says, "L'Heure d'ete" is a documentary that takes a look at the lives of various athletes and their families. For me, the highlight was a young boy who has to suffer with asthma and who has to deal with the fact that his parents don't take him to the gym anymore. Also, we get to see the parents of some of the athletes who are suffering from the same issues. The documentary takes a look at the athletes and their families and their lives and how they cope with the problem and how they work on their skills. At the same time, we get to see the families of some of the athletes who have suffered with the same problem. This is not a documentary for the whole family, but for the athletes themselves. I really liked this documentary. It gives you a great look at the lives of the athletes and their families and it also gives a lot of information about how they deal with the problems and how they cope with it. The family of one of the athletes that I watched was really sad and the father has to suffer with the same problem. I really enjoyed this documentary. It is a documentary that I would recommend to all the people who are interested in the lives of the athletes. If you like this documentary, you should also watch "Le Dernier des Olympiques" (The Olympics), "The Olympics 2000", "The Olympics 2002" and "The Olympics 2005" (the previous two Olympics).

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Mary Weaver

This is the first film I have ever watched, and it is worth watching. It is based on a book I read recently about a young woman who went through a very difficult life, during the French Revolution. She was 18, in 1799, when her mother was taken prisoner and sent to a convent where she was forced to read all of the books in the library, and study all the religious texts, including the Bible, as well. She was forced to live in this cloister, and had no access to the outside world. She was given the name Esther, and was told to memorize the entire Bible. During this time, she also had to study the life of Jesus, in hopes that she would become a better person, and Jesus would see her as a person worthy of his love. The film focuses on the events of the 1799 rebellion, and the church that tried to teach her the same things, and the relationship of the two. The movie also covers the story of the two Esthers, and how she grew up in this cloister. She has a very difficult life, and has had to learn to live with fear and self-loathing, which is why she is so dedicated to learning. Throughout the film, she is shown praying for her life, and each day, she is on a daily basis. She reads the bible at night, and during her free time, she studies the Bible. She learns to read from the inside, instead of the outside, and she tries to make her own Bible, and study from it. She learns a lot from Jesus, in both good and bad ways. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the subject of religion.

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Mildred C.

This is a documentary about how our food system has been hijacked by a few big corporations who have been able to extract more profit from each of us by getting the government to approve genetically modified foods, and even have been able to manipulate the regulations so that they can keep the price of GMO products artificially high and make it difficult for farmers to sell their crops. The stories of these people who have had their lives disrupted by the GMO industry are harrowing. The filmmakers have the courage to take their message directly to the people and present it in a way that we can all understand. These are people who have been injured, hurt, or killed by these products, and they have been able to get justice through the court system. The documentary is able to show the reasons that these companies have been able to exert so much power over our lives. It is shocking to see how much money they have been able to get from government agencies to do this. It is also very clear that these companies are not interested in what the people want, and are not interested in the truth. The documentary does not present any bias. It presents the facts as they are, and it never tries to manipulate the audience. The interviews are insightful and important. The film makes a powerful statement about the impact of GMO products and the extent to which they have taken over our lives. It does not present a pro-GMO or anti-GMO point of view. This is an important documentary that is worth watching.

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Kimberly James

A great documentary about the life and times of the French author and comedian Guillaume Apollinaire. The film itself is beautiful, as it covers the entire life of Apollinaire from his childhood to his death. It gives a very clear picture of his character, as he would sometimes say "I am Guillaume Apollinaire" (a reference to the books he was writing, which he was very fond of). There are many short interviews with his friends, colleagues, and family, which are sometimes even more touching than the main part of the film itself. It is very well edited, and very informative. It is a great tribute to a great man.

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What we are seeing here is the public's exposure of the extraordinary art of the late 19th century. The subject is no less fascinating than the art itself, and the film is also well-crafted. The documentary is narrated by the late Pablo Picasso and his wife Clementine, and has interviews with his ex-girlfriends and his ex-nemesis. It is the idea that if we were not just viewing images, we would also be viewing them from a different point of view. Also, it is a question of comparing art with life, and how we live in the present and how we perceive the past. This is what makes the film so well-made. The film is certainly not for everyone, but if you want to see some great images of art in action, this is a good film to watch.

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I am an avid reader, and a film buff. I have seen every film that was ever made, and I have a good idea of what to expect. But I was very pleasantly surprised by this film. The story is simple, and in the best possible way. The film is a direct response to the mainstream media's over-emphasis on the financial crisis and the resulting economic crisis. What I liked most was that the film was not just a documentary, but a drama. The way that the film was filmed and the characters were portrayed was very well done. The acting was superb. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about the financial crisis and the many people who lost their jobs, homes, and families. The film is not just for people who are financially concerned, but for those who are concerned about the financial crisis and its effects on society.

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Emily Watkins

I've been a fan of the film since it came out, and I still think it's one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. I've read some of the negative reviews, but I think the only people who are truly offended by this film are those who are very easily offended. This is not a movie you'll enjoy watching, nor do you want to see it again. It's a film that you'll want to leave the theatre feeling very uncomfortable, and it's not for the faint of heart. I thought it was very well done, and the way it was filmed and edited was very impressive. I'm not a huge fan of documentaries, but this one was very good. I recommend it to people who want to see a good documentary, but also to people who want to see a good movie. I would rate it about a 7 out of 10. I would have given it a 9, but I didn't want to give it a 10. It's just too hard to be objective about something like that.

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Donna M.

This documentary is a must see for everyone who has a passion for the sport of sailing. It is a must see for everyone who loves sailing as much as I do. I wish that more documentaries like this would be made. The film is a beautiful story about a young man who has had an incredible love for sailing since he was a young boy. He has a passion for the sport that is unmatched in the world. He is also a man who is very loving and compassionate. He has a gift that is so unique that he is able to teach others about the sport. He is a true hero for everyone who loves sailing and is a true hero for everyone who loves the sport of sailing. I have seen the film and I am sure that many others will see it and be inspired by it. I recommend this film to everyone who loves sailing, especially to those who are young and have never even heard of sailing. I highly recommend this film for anyone who is interested in sailing or who loves sailing.

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What do you do when you've lived in a country for 30 years and are forced to leave? Do you want to change it? Or, do you simply want to live in a way that is not so different from how you lived there before? This film explores the American attitude to immigration and the effect this has had on the country. The director is David Alvarez and he is an expert on American history. The subject matter is so interesting, that he chooses to show the country in a way that is different from how it was in the past. His film is an important one. This is because this film is not about the 'current' situation of immigration. It is about the first American immigration in the nineteenth century, which was much more of a slave-trader and a German. This film is more about immigration than any other and that is why it is so important. It shows how the Americans have changed and how they have become a more liberal country. The film is extremely important and you should see it. A must see.

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I saw this film in the cinema and I was so touched by it. The fact that this film was shown in France, the country I live in, was a very strong feeling of solidarity. I felt very lucky to see this film. It is a beautiful film. I hope that it will be shown in other countries, because it is a beautiful film that should be shown. I would like to thank all the people who made this film. It is an amazing film. I am so happy that it was shown. Thank you.

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This is one of the most important documentaries I've ever seen. I watched it on my own in the movie theater, and I was moved. I was in the middle of the film, and I felt like I was going through the motions, and I was lost in the story. I was enthralled by the experience. I was so moved, I cried. I was amazed, I was overwhelmed. I felt like I was there. This film is the most powerful documentary I have ever seen. It has some of the best images I've ever seen in a documentary. The images are so powerful and powerful. The images that make you feel like you are there. You feel like you're part of this story. You feel like you're in this movie. It's not just an artistic presentation, it's an emotional experience. It's a great film. I recommend this film to anyone. It's a must-see.

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Jordan Palmer

This documentary was a great addition to the book of Humbert. Humbert was extremely similar to the reader in every way except that he was a writer. The book was very suspenseful and was very entertaining. I would recommend this documentary to any one who enjoys reading or reading biographies or just wants to know what happened to the Humbert Schmidler of the 1970s.

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Jose H.

I'm a documentary filmmaker who recently produced a feature length documentary, "30 Days of Night," about a Mexican tribe that was affected by the infamous 2005 drug war. I've been trying to find a movie about the New World, but I haven't found one yet. I was lucky enough to find this, and I had to see it. "30 Days of Night" tells the story of a group of fishermen that get stranded on a remote New World island. They're barely clinging together as the crew is searching for food. The group decides to stay and figure out what to do with the situation. The movie isn't necessarily a documentary in itself, but the story is fascinating. The members of the group are interesting, like the most of the actors. I enjoyed the ending, but the ending itself is kind of a downer. It's the kind of movie that has a happy ending, but I don't think they tried to hit you over the head with it. The people in the film have great chemistry, and I really felt like the film had an honest and honest look into how the people that these people are dealing with live. The movie is funny and sad, but the ending is the main problem with the film. If you want a "happy" ending, see "30 Days of Night" or something similar, but you can't have a "happy" ending in a documentary. This movie is not really for everyone, but I think people that are into documentaries or are interested in the New World will enjoy it.

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This is a documentary about the fascinating life and times of late 70's and early 80's actress Brigitte Bardot. The documentary follows her as she is interviewed, photographed and filmed. From the time she is a young actress to when she is the most famous person on the planet, we are taken through her world. We meet with her friends, colleagues, family, lovers and admirers. We are able to follow her life in all of its joys and hardships. We also get a peek into her private life and the problems she had with her husband, especially with her mother. As the movie progresses we get the chance to hear more of her private life, including her relationship with her younger sister. This is a fascinating film, well worth seeing, and definitely a must see for all fans of the actress. She was a fascinating person, an incredible actress, and a true icon. This movie is a must see for anyone who appreciates a film that covers some very interesting and deep topics.

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Janet Cooper

A short documentary that focuses on the efforts of a group of nuns and the former members of the order to save and preserve the town of Sainte-Menehould in the heart of France's Saint-Lazare region. There is a surprising lack of dialogue during this documentary and it's mainly used to convey the plight of the nuns. This documentary is really not for the faint of heart. The nuns speak of their ordination to the order as if it is the culmination of their lives. There is no real way to convey to the viewer the horror of the treatment they received. The nuns are seen wearing the colors of the order, but in actuality their lives were filled with poverty, betrayal and poverty. The documentary itself was an important one and it should be remembered. It was a great documentary and shows that the nuns had their moment in the sun. The documentary shows that this order could not be saved by the church and the community and it's important to remember the nuns. I thought this documentary was good and worth watching. 8/10

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Theresa Thomas

This film is absolutely fabulous. In the beginning of the movie, the narrator is introducing a lot of information about the canal. At that moment I thought that it was a movie about the canal. After a few minutes, I realized that it was a documentary about the canal and the people who lived in it. At that moment I realized that this movie was about something much more than just the canal. I was astonished. I felt that this movie was a true masterpiece, and I cannot get it out of my mind. I will do something more serious and get more out of it. I love this movie. My answer to this question is: yes. I will recommend this movie to everyone I know, and I know there are many people who will like this movie. This is a really good movie.

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This is a very entertaining and very well-made documentary about a man named Francois Mitterrand. This is one of his best. He is talking about the importance of having a clear understanding of the economic crisis, which led to the rise of the European far right. He is talking about the need to learn the lessons of the past. The film shows him talking with a number of people, and also with representatives of the French establishment. The people he talks to in this film are those who were part of the government and the powerful in the country. There is also a number of people who are involved in the economy and the companies involved. In the end, this film also talks about the new right wing politicians who have been elected in France. It is interesting to see how this has led to the rise of the far right. There are many lessons to be learned from this movie. It is very informative, and I recommend it for everyone who is interested in the history of the right wing politics in France.

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I was a music buff in high school, and this film really opened my eyes to the world of electronic music and how it is changing the world. I can still see the days when I played the drums on my drums and helped the band out. I always thought music was such a great part of the world, and when you see the pain and the suffering in the musicians it makes you think how much more power can come from music. I have to admit the film had me intrigued for a while. The interviews were interesting and it was very interesting seeing how the music industry has changed in the last 20 years. The two main musicians were both extremely entertaining and their experiences were quite interesting. The film ended with a wonderful scene of the two bands in their living room. The final part of the film was a little out of sequence and I had to rewind the film several times to catch it, but it was worth the wait.

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Pamela O.

I had the opportunity to watch this movie at the Cannes Film Festival. The documentary is a very good look at the life of the two leading characters, and also shows the background of the oil industry in the Middle East. It is a very important film to watch, and I think it should be seen by everyone. The best part of the film is the interviews with the people involved in the film. These people are real people, and I think that is the reason why this film is so good. I am really looking forward to seeing the sequel to this film.

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The film follows the lives of three people in the 1970s, during the French Revolution, and the subsequent rise of the National Front. The film is well-made and full of historical detail. I found the film to be well-balanced and interesting. The film features interviews with leading historians, journalists, and historians of the time, as well as with people who were involved in the story. The film also provides a sense of the desperation that the people of France were facing in the late 18th century, as the French Revolution came to an end. I found the film to be fascinating and thought-provoking. It also is a wonderful example of how film can be used to tell a story, and how it can be used to tell a story in a different way.

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Howard McDonald

I love this film. I think it's one of the most interesting documentaries I have ever seen. I was shocked to learn that there are still people who have not been able to find peace with their emotions. This film shows the lengths people go to in order to feel that they are loved. The film is just one long testament to the damage that modern technology has done to our society. It is very powerful, I think that people will appreciate the film more if they can get over the shock that they are going to see. The film is an eye opener to those who live in the United States and the effects of the United States on the world. It is a very personal documentary and I think that most people will relate to it. It is very inspirational and makes you realize that no matter what your background or religion, you can still find peace with yourself. I highly recommend this film to anyone who has a love of humanity and an open mind.

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I had the privilege of attending the first screening of this film at the Toronto International Film Festival. It was a beautiful, inspiring, and inspiring film. I was very moved and uplifted by the film. I was very surprised to learn that the film was made by a woman. I am not sure if the film is for men or women, but it is definitely for the women. It is a story of women who are doing something that men are not doing. They are taking the lead in creating change and changing the world. I highly recommend this film to anyone who has an interest in history, politics, or women. I think that the film is a great example of the power of women in our society. It is a story of a woman who is using her voice to create change in her community. I highly recommend this film to anyone who is interested in history, politics, or women.

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Ryan Fowler

This is a documentary film about the life of French singer Serge Gainsbourg. It tells the story of his life and career, and how he got into the music business. It is a fascinating story of how a person can become a star and how the business of music can be a business. I loved the fact that this film was made in French. I have never been to France, but I can tell you that this is an amazing country. The film shows the great music of France, the history of music, and the culture. I loved how they showed the amazing French people that made the music great. This is a great documentary that will be shown in schools and colleges around the world. I hope that everyone sees this film and gives it a chance. I loved the music, the history, and the culture.

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I have seen this film many times, and it still fascinates me. It is the best film I have seen in my life. I have also seen the documentary on the same topic, which is a very good film as well. This film is a great example of how a film can be made to bring the viewer to the point of truth. It is a very powerful film, and it is also very funny. The documentary on the same topic is a very good film as well. I recommend this film to everyone.