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Don't Blink - Robert Frank

Don't Blink - Robert Frank is a movie starring Robert Frank, Sid Kaplan, and June Leaf. Robert Frank revolutionized photography and independent film. He documented the Beats, Welsh coal miners, Peruvian Indians, The Stones, London...

Other Titles
Don't Blink ロバート・フランクの写した時代, Nie mrugaj - Robert Frank, Ära pilguta! Robert Frank, Robert Frank - Não Pestanejes, Robert Frank, la mirada de América
Running Time
1 hours 22 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, Biography, History
Laura Israel
Melinda Shopsin, Laura Israel
June Leaf, Robert Frank, William S. Burroughs, Sid Kaplan
USA, France, Canada
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

Robert Frank revolutionized photography and independent film. He documented the Beats, Welsh coal miners, Peruvian Indians, The Stones, London bankers, and the Americans. This is the bumpy ride, revealed with unblinking honesty by the reclusive artist himself.

Comments about documentary «Don't Blink - Robert Frank» (56)

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Kathleen P.

I have never seen the first movie, but I have heard about the first 2 movies. I have always been curious about the similarities between the two movies. I have seen the first movie and the second movie and am not familiar with the first movie. This documentary is fascinating. I love the fact that the directors didn't give out any names of the actors in the first movie and the second movie. The movie was very cinematic and well done. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who has seen the first 2 movies. It is a great resource to learn more about the movie.

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Although the subject matter is not new, "Do Not Blink" is a really interesting and thought provoking documentary that does a great job of explaining the inner workings of the film industry. The documentary is an interesting mix of interviews with film industry insiders, directors, actors, and a couple of people who have just finished filming a film. There are also some interviews with actors and actresses who were cast in the film. This documentary was edited by Michael Douglas and is a very well made documentary that is very well made. Although it is very entertaining and informative, it is not as informative as it could have been. I don't want to give too much away, but the film has a lot of great insight into the film industry. I highly recommend it. The only thing that I did not like about the documentary was the ending. I think the ending could have been better because it left you with a very unsatisfied feeling. I also think that the film could have been better, but the documentary is very interesting and worth watching.

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Ralph Carr

It's a short, but well-made documentary about the origins of the UFO phenomenon, and how the public got to see it for the first time. It's not a terribly compelling documentary, but the subject matter is interesting. It's an intriguing idea, and it shows that there were many ways that the public could have been exposed to the UFO phenomenon. It's not a great documentary, but it's well-done, and it's well-produced.

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Ronald Hanson

An interesting documentary that goes into the human psychology of the Vietnam War. The film is told from a very interesting angle as Robert Frank takes us on a journey through the Vietnam War. This is done through interviews with veterans of the war. This documentary is very informative and informative. The documentary is well done and is well researched. The documentary follows Robert Frank through interviews with veterans and his own views on the Vietnam War. There is no narration, the narration comes from the interviewees. There is also a discussion section at the end of the documentary. The documentary is well done and informative. It is a good documentary and is a good documentary. This is a good documentary and is a good documentary.

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William S.

In the last few years, there have been several documentaries about the history of U.S. science, and this one is no exception. It's the most detailed look at the history of the field of genetics, and the implications of that for society. The documentary starts with the scientific roots of the field, and moves right up to the current state of the field. They do a good job of explaining what the field is and what it has accomplished in the past. There's a lot of data, but the footage is of the most interest, and it's well-edited. The information is presented with lots of humor, and the discussion of the subjects is always interesting. There's some material on the history of genetics that is somewhat new, but not all of it. For example, there are two interviews with Francis Crick, but they are both new, and it's difficult to tell if they are telling the truth or not. But, they do an excellent job of telling the history of genetics and the challenges that the field has faced. And, the topic of whether the field should be more scientific or not, is also covered. Overall, this is a good documentary that is well-done and very informative. It's not perfect, but it's very good. The interviewees are not all scientists, but they are all very interesting, and you learn a lot about genetics. You learn that it is a lot more than a simple scientific discipline, and you learn about the ethics of the field. It's also very entertaining, and there's a lot of good humor. It's worth watching, but it's not perfect. It's just a good documentary. I give it a 7/10.

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Jonathan W.

A lot of people hate this movie, but I loved it. It's not a film for everyone, but if you like the type of film that asks questions about reality, life, and what we have become, this movie is for you. You'll be asking yourself questions throughout the movie, but the answers are the ones you don't expect. It's very clear that Frank and his team did not intend to do this documentary. Frank is a controversial figure, but he has shown that he is a very intelligent man. I am a skeptic about the paranormal and I don't believe in the paranormal, but this documentary makes me think. Frank's explanations and observations are very compelling, and his interviews are very interesting. I was glad that he did not pretend to be a believer, but that he was honest with the viewers. It's a very intriguing film, and I recommend it to everyone.

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Wayne B.

I don't understand how a movie like "Whiplash" has such a high rating on IMDb. I think this is a very good movie and a great one. It is a very interesting story about a professor who tries to find his own way to help his students and students who are struggling in school. The teacher in this movie is really interesting. The story is very interesting and there are some really good shots. It is a good movie and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who wants to watch a good movie. I think this is a great movie and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to watch a good movie.

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Emily E.

This documentary is a must see for any fan of music and/or movie, and it should be. The documentary follows the life of Robert Frank (John Travolta) who is the man behind "Blink 182", and is very important to the music scene. He is a musician, producer, and businessman. He's played in several bands, and also played in the bands "Radiohead", "Alice in Chains", and "Red Hot Chili Peppers". He has an amazing story to tell about his life and the band he was in. He even has some touching anecdotes about his mother and his sister. The documentary is great. The acting is excellent. John Travolta is the heart of this documentary. He is the reason I wanted to see this documentary in the first place. He is a great actor and he is also a great singer and musician. He has the ability to make you feel like you are in his shoes. The documentary has some very touching stories about his life. One of the most touching stories is the one about the birth of his son. It is very touching and heartwarming. This documentary has a great story to tell about the music industry. If you are a fan of music, this is a must see.

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Robert Frank is an American author of fiction, and film, that deals with the issues of immigration and immigration reform. He writes novels, and films, about the topic. I was lucky enough to see his documentary, which I found to be a very interesting film, and was excited to see the book that he wrote, which I also liked very much. I found the film to be very interesting, and informative. I think that the film should be required viewing for everyone who is interested in immigration. If you are not interested in immigration, you might find this film boring, or even boring, and that is okay. This is a documentary that will make you think about the issues of immigration, and immigration reform. I highly recommend it, as it is a very interesting film, and you will learn a lot.

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Benjamin Nguyen

This documentary is a good, straight forward, and at times even funny look at the industry. It's an interesting look at how the film industry is run, and how the films that are released are judged. The music industry is a little more controversial, but I found it to be quite interesting as well. This documentary also includes interviews with producers, directors, actors, etc. The film also looks at the relationship between the music industry and the film industry, and how the film industry is able to get better and better films. It also discusses the film industry's influence on the music industry, and how it affects the music industry. Overall, I liked this documentary, and would recommend it to anyone who is interested in the film industry. * out of *

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Tammy F.

This is a fascinating film that makes you think and it is also fascinating to see the massive amounts of money that is being spent on the war on terror. The main focus is the life of a young man who is a terrorist who is being tried in a military court for terrorism charges. The film is actually very funny and informative. It is very difficult to describe this film because it is a documentary. It is very long and takes a lot of time to get to the point. It is very interesting to see how this man was able to get into the military and how he got caught. It is a very important film. I think it is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. It is very informative and it is very entertaining. The film does a good job of showing the war on terror as it is and how it has affected the world. It is interesting to see how it affects people's lives and how it affects the world.

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Russell R.

For those who like documentaries about the history of photography, this is a must-see. While the subject matter is not a new one, the quality of the film and the information is exceptional. The documentary is structured into three parts, each covering different aspects of photography: 1. The rise of photography to prominence; 2. The rise of the medium to popularity; and 3. The decline of photography. There are two sections of the film that focus on the rise of photography: the first one focusing on the photographic industry in the 1920s and 1930s and the second on the decline of photography in the 1940s and 50s. These sections are well-edited and contain a great deal of information about the evolution of photography, the early photographers, the techniques and the popular images. The other part of the film is on the popular images of the 60s and 70s. This is also well-edited and has a great deal of information about the popular images of the period. This is an excellent documentary that covers the rise and the decline of photography. If you're a fan of photography, this is a must-see.

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Linda Brown

It's quite interesting to see the reactions of the experts and the subjects of this film. But in the end, I must say that I did not really like this documentary. The fact that there are a lot of points that could be improved on are certainly not reasons for the movie to be such a failure. But as a story, it's quite bad. The first thing that struck me is the amount of very good research done, and the fact that the subjects are all quite respected people in the world of media. But then the story starts to get a little boring, and the end of the documentary feels a little too short. Overall, I don't think that this documentary would be a good film to watch if you're not a researcher or someone who is already familiar with the subject.

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Henry Brown

This film is a very good documentary on a very important subject. The film is about the US military involvement in Vietnam in the 1960's and the impact it had on the people of Vietnam. The film also delves into the process of the Vietnam War and the impact it had on the lives of the people in the area. The film is quite gripping and at times moving. I do agree that the director, Robert Frank, is a bit too involved in the subject matter. The film is a bit too long and at times slow. However, I think the director did a great job of telling the story of the US involvement in Vietnam. It's a good documentary and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the Vietnam War.

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Well, I didn't expect much when I first heard that this documentary was being made about the Duke, but I was right. It is actually a very entertaining documentary, and if you can look past the fact that it is a documentary, you will find that it is very entertaining. It is a great documentary on the Duke, and he is really funny, but he also has a great sense of humor, and it is a great testament to him. I think that he is a really interesting person and the movie was very interesting. The movie is about how the Duke's rise to power was not just about his looks, but his personality and his charm, which I think is very funny and very interesting. I also think that it is a great insight into how politics can affect people's lives, and how it can change people's perceptions of things. I think that the movie is a good one, but it is definitely not perfect. I think that the documentary is a little bit too long, and it kind of drags at times, and it is a little bit hard to follow at times. But overall, I think that this is a very entertaining documentary. It is not a perfect documentary, but it is definitely entertaining and it is very interesting.

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Vincent G.

This documentary tells the story of two men who did not work at the same company, but both in the same building. The story begins in 1985 when the young, ambitious, and visionary Richard Branson was looking for a new way to bring the Virgin brand to the consumer. Branson's chief competitor in the space business was the multinational and very well established United States Aerospace Corp. (USAC). USAC had been using the Virgin brand for decades and Branson wanted to make a splash in the consumer space. However, USAC was not interested in developing a new brand, they wanted to keep using Virgin to market their products. Branson's personal life and business acumen were at odds with USAC's business plan. Branson's "unwavering commitment" to Virgin was not helping USAC win the competition, and USAC was losing their market share to competitors such as American Airlines. The new president of USAC, Richard Branson, was in a difficult position. He had to choose between his business and his personal life. He chose his personal life, but he also had to choose his business. The documentary includes several interviews with people who knew and worked for USAC. It also includes some of the company's employees and consultants. This documentary is interesting and informative. However, the film does not tell the full story about USAC and the Virgin brand. For example, the documentary does not explain the USAC-Baker Hughes merger that occurred in 1982. The merger resulted in the creation of USAC's competitor in the space business, United Space Alliance (USAA). This documentary is well-made and well-acted. However, it does not tell the full story about USAC and the Virgin brand.

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I've seen many documentaries and I must say that this one was one of the most well done documentaries I've seen. There was a lot of truth in it. The film was more of a critique on the film industry than a documentary. It's worth watching. I do agree with some of the people that the movie was a bit "cheesy" and it had a few "dramatic" moments. I think that this movie would have been much better with a bit more "dramatic" moments. It was still great though. I give it a 7 out of 10.

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Barbara Matthews

One of the great things about documentaries is that you can use them to get a deeper understanding of something that you may have not been aware of. This movie does a great job of that. It's like a cross between a biography and a movie, and it's the first time I've seen it. I won't tell you how it works, because it's not really about the documentary itself, but rather the movie itself. The movie starts with a lot of documentaries about Napoleon Bonaparte and Napoleon's rise to power. It's fascinating to see how this guy came to be what he was, and the world around him. From the moment he became emperor of France, the movie follows his life and the people around him. He was a charismatic leader who was great at what he did, but also loved by everyone he came into contact with. I was amazed by his personality, and how his personality and personality alone made him one of the greatest men of all time. After Napoleon died, he was replaced by a man who was great at what he did, but also loved by everyone he came into contact with. The movie follows the man, the life, and the people around him. I won't give anything away, but it's a great movie to watch, and I think it'll be a great movie to watch a second time. It's a great movie for the history buff, and it's a great movie for the general audience. I give it a 7 out of 10.

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Randy T.

The reality of being a child star was not as glamorous as the screen legend that was Robert Frank. The documentary 'Don't Blink' tells the story of a man who rose from a humble background to become one of Hollywood's most recognizable and beloved movie stars. Despite being relatively young at the time of his film debut, he managed to establish himself as one of the most talented actors in Hollywood. The film focuses on the time he spent working on films like 'The Wizard of Oz' and 'The Pirates of the Caribbean' and the time he spent on 'The Lost Boys'. It also shows his struggles with drug addiction, his relationship with his mother and how he was able to take his own life when he was very young. 'Don't Blink' was a documentary that I found to be very interesting. It is very well done and the film is quite well paced. The majority of the documentary is spent showing the films he worked on and the people he worked with. There is also some interesting interviews with people like George Lucas, Steven Spielberg, William S. Hart, Peter Bogdanovich, and many others. The only thing I did not like was the pacing of the documentary. There were times that I felt that the film was very slow and the pace was not always consistent. It could have been better if the documentary had a quicker pace. 'Don't Blink' is a documentary that I would recommend to fans of Robert Frank. It is an entertaining documentary that will make you feel good and also make you feel like you know Robert Frank.

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I saw this film on cable one day. I was looking for a documentary on the death of Robert Frank and I saw this documentary. It was very interesting. I think it was a great movie, but not a documentary. I was wondering if the film was biased in any way. I saw the title and thought "it is a documentary" and I was right. But, the film was good. It was a good story of a young man who died in a motorcycle accident. I liked the way the story was told. I think the filmmakers did a great job at telling the story. I would say this is a great movie, but not a documentary.

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Brandon Clark

This is a documentary on the history of the Matrix trilogy. We get to hear the behind the scenes and behind the scenes of the making of the Matrix movies, and we also get to hear interviews with the cast and crew. This is a must see for anyone who wants to know more about the movie and its director. It has an amazing cast. The movie was written and directed by David Webb Peoples, who also wrote the story for the Matrix movies. The movie was a big success, but some people don't like it, saying it's not as good as the other movies. I have to disagree. The first movie was a huge hit, but the second one didn't have the same impact. I can't wait to see what the third movie is like, but I am really looking forward to the upcoming Matrix 3. This is a must see for anyone who wants to know more about the movie. It is definitely worth watching.

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Patricia R.

Robert Frank is a critic for Rolling Stone magazine. He is a big fan of Robert F. Kennedy. When he was the lead singer for the band The Animals, he had to take off from his job at the magazine. He decided to live by his own rules and he is a little bit of a rebel. He also has a lot of ideas about what should be published and what should not be published. He also has an opinion about rock and roll. He talks about all the music that has been released over the years and about the relationship between rock and roll and the relationship between the artists and the fans. The movie is not as good as I expected, but it is still very interesting and entertaining.

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Tiffany B.

Funny and touching. A good example of a documentary about an important subject. Not always great, but very entertaining. It's one of those documentaries that is so well made and edited that you feel like you've been there. I'd like to see more documentaries about the Nazis, especially because there's so much hatred and ignorance about them. I've read so much about the Holocaust, and how it affected so many people. The idea of taking the viewer on a journey of seeing some of the most horrific and sad scenes in history is very interesting. A film that should be shown in schools. The DVD is worth buying, and the commentary is great.

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Danielle Gordon

After having watched the movie 'Blackboard Jungle' a few years ago, I decided to check out the other films and read the book. I was very surprised to find that the book had a lot of similarities to this movie. It is a wonderful film with a very dark story, and a good cast. The one thing that really surprised me was the story was much more realistic. I don't think that this movie was overly realistic but it was definitely realistic. The movie is about a lot of things, but it focuses on just one. This is definitely a movie that I will be adding to my collection. I highly recommend watching this movie.

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Matthew Green

This is a very enjoyable documentary about the original UFO sighting by Capt. Howard Hughes, which occurred in the summer of 1947 and was the last sighting of an unidentified flying object, until the days of the Roswell incident. The film takes a humorous approach to the subject, as well as the process that was used to bring the incident to the attention of the public, and also the ways in which the public reacted to the event, which included some of the classic UFO hoaxes and the difficulties of getting an official response from the government. It also gives a very informative look at the official investigation and the process of finding out what really happened. The documentary also takes a look at the controversial report that came out of the investigation, which also serves as an introduction to the events leading up to the event. The film does a very good job of setting the stage, and the movie is a very enjoyable ride. It is a must see for any fan of the subject, as it is an excellent story that has been told so well.

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Anna Nelson

The greatest thing about the film is its production. It is not a documentary, but rather a documentary that is a documentary. I love documentaries because they tell me things I didn't know. This documentary does that. The film is the result of a lot of hard work and is full of fascinating stories. It is a true masterpiece, and I love it.

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Marilyn E.

I have to say, I was surprised to see that this documentary was made by Robert Frank, as I was really expecting to see a much more sensational documentary about Scientology. What I saw instead was a very well done documentary about Scientology. This documentary is based on the book "Spies Like Us" by Robert Frank. This book was a huge bestseller, and it is based on real events. The documentary does a good job of presenting these real events and how they are portrayed in the movie. I am very impressed by the way the film was made. It was very professional. The photography was excellent and the editing was done very well. The film was very well done, but it wasn't sensational. The movie itself was very well done. I would say that it is not a documentary, but a documentary about Scientology. I would recommend this film to anyone that wants to know more about Scientology. It is well done and it is very informative. I would give this film a 7/10.

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Gary W.

It's nice to see a documentary that doesn't try to give a message. The film is good but the message is weak. We're not told what the truth is and we don't know what the dangers are. What is the truth? What is the danger? It's not clear. We don't know. I found it hard to believe that this could be true. It's not that the film is bad, it's just that it doesn't tell us anything. It doesn't give us a clue. I think that the film could have been better. The film has a lot of nice things but I don't think it's an amazing film.

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This is the best movie I've ever seen. A must-see!

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Jacqueline Walsh

I watched this film for the first time last night. I enjoyed it immensely. For starters, it's very funny. It's definitely one of the funniest films I've ever seen. A lot of the jokes are in the second-to-last act. The first act is entertaining, but it just didn't do it for me. I thought the second act was really good, especially the battle between Berberians and Christians, but I was a bit disappointed in the second-to-last act. I felt like it was a little rushed. For me, I was waiting for it to be really funny. I felt like it was a little more than a little rush. There were a few things that I didn't really understand. I didn't really know the name of the guy who played the narrator. I didn't really know what the meaning of the "Crescent" sign was, but I thought that was a really cool symbol. I also didn't know the real story behind the film. I was really surprised to see that the director had a degree in mathematics, so I felt like the film really got into the whole fact that math is really important in life. It really got me thinking about that whole topic. I was also really impressed with the music. The music really fit the film. There are some great songs in this film that I recommend people to listen to. For example, the song "Hold On, We're Going Home" by Madonna. I think the soundtrack is one of the best I've ever seen. It really helps put the film together, and it's pretty catchy. It also helped me with some of the math concepts. For example, I could relate to the math that was behind the real story behind the film. I could also relate to the idea of the pope saying "we're going home" and then a line in the film that says "we're going home to the house of my mother." I thought it was pretty good. I also really liked the song "The Song," by 50 Cent. It's really catchy, and it just helps the film along. I also really liked the scene in the end of the film when the fight with the Berberians is happening. It was definitely a little rushed. I think they should have kept the last battle a little longer. It really could have been longer. In the end, I thought that the movie was pretty good. The story is interesting and the music really helps it along. I think that the movie is definitely worth a watch, especially for people who are into math, or even just math. If you haven't seen this film yet, I definitely recommend you to go out and rent it, or at least buy it. I think it's a great film.

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Randy M.

When I first heard about this film I didn't expect it to be of much interest. It wasn't a documentary or anything, just a normal documentary. But when I heard about the woman who lost her husband in Iraq, I decided to give it a go. I have watched this film several times, and it is definitely the best documentary I've ever seen on the subject of women who lost their husbands in war. The facts are true, and the film is very informative. I highly recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to know more about this very controversial topic.

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In this documentary, the filmmaker Robert Frank talks about his own experiences in the Vietnam War, especially the one on Ia Drang Valley. His review of the documentary is excellent. I highly recommend it.

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We all have a dog in us that we love, maybe more than we like. We all know that it can be destructive to those pets, and we don't know the real cost of having one, and the damage it causes. Documentary films can be very upsetting and make us question what we love. This film was very intense. What would you do if your dog attacked you, or your family? The movie shows how our loving and caring dogs can be destructive to us, or to our families, and how the other person's dog is the reason behind all this. This movie is a must-see for all who have pets, or who have a dog as a pet.

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I don't usually write reviews, but I found this documentary very interesting. If you are a true fan of the blues and a fan of jazz, this is a must see. The director shows you the biggest names in the music and the people behind them. The stories are all great and the people are all very interesting. The director does a great job of telling the story, from the beginning to the end. There are moments that I really felt a connection to the music and to the people that are involved with it. I was blown away by the music and the culture that they had. The director did a great job of making you feel the culture, from the first person perspective. I recommend this film to everyone. You will not be disappointed.

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Linda B.

I have never been to the Congo. My parents did not know about it. This documentary is going to keep you on the edge of your seat until the end. As a journalist, I'm very interested in a story like this. How can something like this happen? I had to look for it on the Internet. I was thrilled to find the story. This documentary will make you feel like you are there. There are a lot of questions that I have about how it could happen. I've read other reviews that said that this is just a movie. I think that it is an important movie that should be seen by all. I hope that other people will see it and be inspired to be more active in the world. This film is going to make you feel good.

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In the late 1960s, about 25,000 Native Americans were slaughtered by the U.S. Army and the U.S. government. Today, fewer than a dozen people remain of the original 25,000, and the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington D.C. is going to be torn down to make room for the Smithsonian Institution. This documentary is a must see, because it tells the story of what happened to the Native Americans. It is a stark, brutal, and even tragic story of genocide. It is also a story of the courage of the Native Americans, who were the first in their community to voice their complaints against the government. The people in this documentary are in tears, and the tears of the Native Americans are shown to be the tears of a nation. This documentary was a true eye-opener for me. I learned about the Native Americans, and they became my heroes. I will never forget this documentary. It is a powerful story of Native Americans, and the documentary is a powerful documentary.

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Amy W.

This is an amazing documentary about the stories behind the construction of the Berlin Wall and the fall of the Berlin Wall. It takes a very difficult subject, the wall, and exposes it in an amazing and powerful way. This film was made by two people who had the opportunity to get inside the project. It is well worth seeing.

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Nicholas Griffin

First of all, I am a fan of Robert Frank. I read all of his books, and if you haven't read one of his books, you have no idea what a great writer he is. This documentary is one of his best, and is the best documentary about him. It is a must watch for all fans of Robert Frank. He is a writer who knows his stuff. He knows the difference between good and bad writing, and what is good writing and what isn't. This documentary is great. It shows a great amount of information about his writing, and he also gives good examples of what he did to improve his writing. This documentary is great, and I highly recommend it to anyone who is a fan of Robert Frank. If you are a fan of this great writer, this documentary is for you.

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Johnny Warren

The movie gives a fantastic insight into the history of the criminal justice system. The documentary is well done and well edited and there are many excellent moments. The only problem I have is that the documentary is dated and the interviews are edited very poorly. I wish they would have added more footage to help bring the documentary to its full potential. However, the viewer should enjoy the great insight and footage they have on hand, as the message is very powerful. The documentary gives a very insightful look at the history of the criminal justice system and the problems it causes. It is highly recommended that anyone who wants to understand how the criminal justice system works should watch this movie. The questions that arise from this movie are not only important but also something that can be looked back to for years to come.

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Kevin Matthews

This movie is to me the crowning achievement of an extraordinary career. The movie is a must see for anyone with a passion for film and the art of documentary film. I found myself interested in the subjects that were presented to me and I believe the subjects have a story worth telling. I can't stress this enough. You will not be disappointed.

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Sean Reynolds

This documentary takes a look at the military's history of the Vietnam War. The military was trying to push for a more open discussion on the war in the media, with the military's input, while the public was being treated to the infamous "Blue Screen of Death" from all sides of the conflict. The Blue Screen was the only way the public could be kept out of the war. The media was not there to cover the war and so the public was the only ones who were privy to the history. This documentary chronicles how the media were told not to ask any questions about the war, and then were being told that the media was asking questions. But the truth was that the media was being told not to ask the questions. This documentary is a must see for all people who are interested in the history of the Vietnam War, and how the media was manipulated.

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I saw the film in the theatre when it was first released. I have to say that the movie was excellent. I first saw the film at the AMC in Santa Monica, CA, and walked out of the theatre saying that I wished it were released on DVD. The movie was very accurate and I thought that the director did a great job with the subject matter. I hope that people see this movie and see it as an accurate depiction of the life of Pearl Harbor. It really showed how tough it was to be in the Navy during the war and the casualties that had to be dealt with. The Navy has done a wonderful job of making this movie to be a true account of what was happening at Pearl Harbor.

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Willie Ferguson

If you're a parent and you don't take your children to see this movie, you're either a loser or a hypocrite. The movie is so deep and feels so real. I don't know what to say but I want to tell people to see it. I think you need to have an open mind to really understand it.

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I've watched this documentary a couple of times and I still don't understand the fascination with it. The documentary is a collection of interviews with leading scientists from various fields and disciplines. It is in itself a great documentary. I think this documentary is a bit overrated. It should not be viewed as an introduction to the subject matter. It is an overview of the main points of the science and the intellectual issue. It is also interesting to see the controversy the subjects have raised. It is a balanced documentary. I would say this documentary is for people who want to know more about the subject matter. It would be good to see the complete documentary. The documentaries that are linked to this documentary are: Physicist Stephen Hawking's autobiography - The book is very interesting, but very little is known about Hawking's life. (probably because he died soon after the book was written) The movie is a great documentary on the history of science and the human race. The film is about the history of the history of science. (it also contains several short interviews with scientists) It is a great documentary about the science that we learn about today. I think this documentary is not only for science enthusiasts. It is also for people who are interested in science and intellectual questions. It is a must-see for those who want to learn more about the subject matter.

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Howard Elliott

This is an excellent documentary about the people behind the music of Bob Dylan. The documentary goes into great detail about the making of the songs and the personalities that were involved. It is very informative and provides a great insight into the man behind the music. However, there are some very unpleasant aspects to the documentary. For example, the documentary covers the "life and times" of Bob Dylan, but the interviewees seem to be mostly Dylan fans who have never heard of Bob Dylan. They seem to be able to relate to him in a way that most other people cannot. They seem to know very little about him, and this is not an accurate representation of Dylan's life. The documentary also seemed to gloss over the fact that Dylan was a drug addict, alcoholic and a womanizer. He was a complex person. In my opinion, this documentary would have been better if they had focused on his life, and not just his music. I'm not saying that Bob Dylan is a bad person, but I think the documentary did not adequately cover his life. I think that Bob Dylan's life was much more interesting than the documentary portrays. I think that this documentary would have been better if they had focused on his music instead of his life.

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Eric V.

A documentary about the notorious murderer Robert Frank, who is the subject of this documentary. He is accused of being the man responsible for the murder of the head of the Boston Tea Party in Boston, in the Boston Massacre of 1773. He was later found not guilty. The documentary takes a look at the case and the trials, but the most interesting part is the interview with the Boston Tea Party leaders who are interviewed, including Patrick Henry, Samuel Adams, and Benjamin Franklin. This documentary is a bit on the long side and could have used more time to tell more of Frank's story. Overall, I would give this documentary an 8 out of 10.

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This is a great documentary that explains the real reasons behind the War on Terror and how it has changed the world for the worse. The interviews are informative and the director keeps it moving at a steady pace. It is not a film you have to watch in order to understand the war, but it is an excellent film that has an interesting message to tell. The documentary focuses on the United States, but it is not as negative as it may seem, as it focuses on the actions of the United States in the Middle East. The interviews with the US government officials, military leaders, and other figures in the war are really interesting. The film is also well-edited, and the interviews are well-chosen. It is very entertaining and makes for a great time. The documentary has an interesting message, and it is a good documentary to see.

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Gerald F.

This is a documentary that takes a look at the alleged "death of a nation" of German Jews. The focus is on the work of Dr. Lazar Kagan and the children of his patients, both at the time of their deaths and after they were saved by the German government. The documentary is fairly interesting, but the interviewees are just not the right people to get a deeper understanding of what happened to these people. It's really like a bunch of people told us what happened, and we just have to listen to what they have to say. I was expecting more. It's a documentary that takes a look at what happened, and not the people that actually did the work. But that's not to say that it's not interesting. It's just not the right people to get a deeper understanding. The interviewees include a number of prominent Germans who were close to the people that were killed in the Holocaust, and the film does a good job of getting their views on the subject. Some of the people interviewed are very prominent in the world of history, and their opinions are probably a good place to start, but not an easy place to go from there. I was expecting more from this film, but it does a good job of getting the information out there, but it does not seem like it's getting the point across.

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Ralph B.

I have seen this movie a number of times and it always stays with me. It's a compelling story of the unlikely journey of a young child, a teenager, a young man, and an older man who had previously been separated at birth. The story is very compelling, the characters are all very interesting and very well-developed, and the direction is quite good. It's not the best movie of all time but it's still very good. I don't think that anyone can deny that this is one of the greatest stories ever told. I have seen it over a dozen times and it stays with me. It's a very important movie for all people, because it shows how people are treated differently because of their age.

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Some of the strongest and most powerful documentaries I've ever seen. A lot of people in my office gave it very high marks and some of my colleagues gave it a 10. The film was very well written, the interviews were very powerful and the cinematography was absolutely brilliant. There was not one part of the film that didn't move me and in fact was moving me more than once. The only problem was that the film was a bit long and it felt like it was dragging at times. I can imagine that if you see the documentary once, it's not going to be a 10 and it's not going to be a great documentary. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone except for people who really want to see a powerful documentary that can make you question your own beliefs and values.

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Marilyn C.

This is a compelling documentary that makes one wonder why this country continues to be plagued with phony drug charges. If you watch this film, you will be forced to ask yourself the question: why are some people getting arrested for small amounts of marijuana, but other people are not? This documentary is excellent and is worth watching.

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Barbara L.

No wonder there are some critics who claim this documentary is biased. It's not. It's not that. It's that the filmmaker didn't make it up. The film is really a great, moving portrait of what it's like to be a lesbian in an era when it was not very common. The film does a fantastic job of telling the story in a way that's completely factual. The film isn't really about lesbian rights, but about the struggle that was being faced by the people who were protesting against the Equal Rights Amendment. The film doesn't give you the usual Hollywood ending, but the ending that this documentary provides is fantastic. I strongly recommend you see it.

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Sharon A.

The movie is a two hour documentary on the growth and growth of Hollywood, which is both a business and a passion for creativity and human expression. This is also a cautionary tale of how the corporations in control of the media are corrupting society. Director Robert Frank has assembled an incredibly diverse and impressive cast of musicians and actors, who are speaking in a variety of genres and geographical locations, most of them music stars, but also the "folk heroes" of their eras. They range from rock musicians to film star's, from writers to directors, from major league baseball players to popular jazz musicians. It is obvious that these musicians are passionate about what they do and what they represent, but also seem to be having a lot of fun with it. All of them are concerned about what they are doing and what they want to accomplish. Frank uses archival footage of these performers to show the creative process that goes into creating music for the stage. He also uses this footage to show how the music can be used for marketing purposes, to make money from the music, to be used for advertising. Frank does a great job of explaining the history of the music, the process that goes into creating a recording, the styles of music that are common to all genres, the art and craft of the musicians involved in the making of the recording, and the influence these musicians had on the formative years of their careers. The movie is quite informative, but not necessarily inspirational, and it is interesting that some of these musicians have gone on to make a lot of money and have become very successful and famous. Frank explains that these musicians are often motivated to do something even when it is not what they have dreamed of doing. For example, Jeff Buckley who was on the verge of becoming famous and touring the world after his death, went on to make a career as a film actor, a successful musical director, and a well-known movie star. The movie also shows how these musicians have gone on to create successful music for the stage, and how they have been influenced by the people who inspired them. As Frank points out, one of the most important things to understand is that these musicians are not just professional entertainers, but they are also people who love the art of making music. I highly recommend this film.

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I watched this movie in November, and as a teacher, I am thrilled that we are not talking about these things in our classrooms. We are instead talking about how to teach and what are important lessons in the classroom. The "Do Not Blink" lessons are for students, but the "How to Learn" lessons are for teachers. These lessons are not only for students but also for teachers. We need to be able to listen to the classroom, not only listen to the students but also listen to the teachers. I loved this movie and I encourage everyone to watch it.

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Michael H.

This film is a beautiful thing to behold. There is no denying that the film is a true story. The problems of the victims of the Holocaust is discussed with the utmost care and expertise. The film does a wonderful job of recreating the early stages of the Holocaust and showing how the terrible event affected the people around the world. The film then goes on to show the tragic effects that the Holocaust had on the Jews and the people of the surrounding countries. The documentary is well researched and tells the stories of the victims of the Holocaust from the beginning. It also tells of the various places where Jews and other minorities were put in concentration camps and how they were treated by the Nazis. The documentary does a fine job of showing the horrors of the Holocaust and the various ways in which it affected Jews and others. The only part of the film that I didn't enjoy was the fact that it had a Jewish person speak. The movie is well worth watching. I have seen it many times and I still find it very moving. It is absolutely worth seeing.

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Russell Peterson

In this world of change and change of expectation, Robert Frank and others like him make the world a better place. Frank has contributed a great deal to the advancement of filmmaking and a key element to the process is getting everyone involved in the process. This is a must see documentary and would be a useful tool for any filmmaker, especially those in the film industry. Frank's voice is being broadcast on all the major networks, and we all need to hear from him. The amount of content that has been generated by his efforts is staggering. I think it is unfortunate that the burden of his work has fallen to his son, though. I hope this will not be his legacy. I feel that he is a pioneer who will be missed.