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Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché

Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché is a movie starring Alice Guy, Richard Abel, and Marc Abraham. Pamela B. Green's energetic film about pioneer filmmaker Alice Guy-Blaché is both a tribute and a detective story,...

Other Titles
Ensimmäinen nainen: Alice Guy-Blaché, Sé Natural: La vida de Alice Guy-Blaché - La primer cineasta del mundo, Bądź sobą, czyli nieopowiedziana historia Alice Guy-Blaché, Be Natural, l'histoire inédite d'Alice Guy-Blaché, Sé natural: la historia no explicada de Alice Guy-Blaché, Första kvinnan: Alice Guy-Blaché, Be Natural: A História não Contada da Primeira Cineasta do Mundo
Running Time
1 hours 43 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Pamela B. Green
Pamela B. Green, Joan Simon
Marc Abraham, Alice Guy, Stephanie Allain, Richard Abel
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

Pamela B. Green's energetic film about pioneer filmmaker Alice Guy-Blaché is both a tribute and a detective story, tracing the circumstances by which this extraordinary artist faded from memory and the path toward her reclamation.

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Roy Thompson

Alice Guy-Blaché is a rare breed of journalist. Unlike most of her peers, she is never afraid to be as provocative as she wants to be. She is the only one who has a realistic and honest view of life in the Lebanese/Israeli border town of Arsal. For the last five years, she has been working there, and documenting the daily life of the townspeople, both Syrian and Lebanese. She is also one of the few journalists who is allowed to see the area, and to report what she sees. For her, this is the only way to truly tell the story. But the road to getting there was rocky. She was fired from her job, and she was denied access to the area by the Israeli government. She eventually moved to Damascus to be closer to the ground, and was given access by the UN. She was eventually granted an interview with the BBC. But, for reasons unknown, her UN visit was cancelled. As her film opens, she is in a taxi, in the area of Arsal, and she is meeting with a Syrian woman, who is upset that the Israelis have blocked the road to Arsal. She tells Alice that the Syrians want to go to Israel to be with their families. Alice takes the woman's concern as an indication of the kind of people she is dealing with, and she begins to interview people in Arsal, both Syrian and Lebanese. The interviews are long, but Alice is able to get some great stories from people who are otherwise hidden from the rest of the world. But there is still a lot of work to do. It is clear that the refugees are not a monolithic group. Some are much better off than others, and they are not all the same. One of the most shocking things about the film is that the majority of the people interviewed are only just getting by, and they have no clue what their lives are like. They are not living in poverty, and they have not been expelled from their homes. They have been displaced by the Israeli army. But even more shocking is the fact that some of the refugees are doing the same things they did in their own homes, and are living in absolute abject poverty. For Alice, she has been able to find some human decency in the most unkind of people. For the people she meets, she has found some empathy, and some hope. For some, she has found hope in the fact that there are people like her in the world. But for the most, she has found a sense of desperation, and a sense of being alone, and even for those who are much better off, she has found a sense of hopelessness and hopelessness. She has found a way to tell the story of this small group of people who

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Steven Fields

The documentary is really good. It's a very good documentary and it's definitely worth watching. The story is interesting and it's very hard to understand the explanation of it. There is a lot of information that is not explained in the documentary, but it's explained well. It's very interesting and you can watch it and learn something new. The documentary is a little bit slow, but it's not really a big problem. There are some very interesting things that the documentary tells you, but they're not very important. The documentary is really good, and I think it's definitely worth watching.

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Not a bad documentary. The documentary had an interesting story. It was somewhat different than most documentaries. I would have preferred a different angle on the stories. I liked the documentary. I have seen some documentaries that are about a specific subject, but not so much about a wide variety of subjects. I like documentaries that are different, and this was different. I liked the story. I like the documentary.

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Louis Simpson

This documentary is very informative, with the majority of the story centered around Alice's family, and the fallout they had to endure after her diagnosis. I'm not sure if I was expecting to learn about how the family reacted to the diagnosis or if it was more about Alice herself, but this documentary does a great job of telling both sides of the story. The most important thing for me was the way the film never let the family down. The documentary was not preachy, nor did it try to present Alice as a hero, or a victim, but rather the family was very honest about their feelings about the diagnosis, and it's impact on their family. I also really appreciated the film's focus on Alice, as well as her parents and siblings, and how the family dealt with the diagnosis. They really showed how Alice came to terms with the diagnosis, and how she adapted to her new life. The movie's most important message was to let people know that they are not alone in their struggle, and that it is possible to live a normal life with a mental illness.

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Raymond A.

In my opinion, Alice Guy-Blaché was the first truly modern pioneer of the "unnatural" movement of the 20th century. She was the first to try to speak for the "unnatural" in a public forum, and she did so in the name of her own "non-natural" self. She used the "natural" in her presentation of herself as an actress, and used the "unnatural" in her performance of the "unnatural". For this reason, her story is, in my opinion, the most important of the "unnatural" movement. I think that if her story were told in a more neutral manner, it would be even more difficult to identify with her as an individual. In my opinion, the more you see her naturalness, the more you realize that it is a matter of who you are and what you want to be, and not what you are. And when you realize this, it makes you realize that it is really not about what you are, it is really about who you are. To see this is not to say that she is not a natural at all. She is very natural. But her story is not about the natural. It is about who she is, what she is, and who she wants to be.

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Victoria C.

I agree with the other reviewers, that the movie was good. I'm surprised the critics didn't take the movie as a joke. But, to me, the reviewers who took it seriously were way too harsh. I thought the movie was a little slow and I was very disappointed in the "drama" part. The movie was more about the relationship of the two men. I thought that would have been a much more interesting movie. I think the movie was interesting and worth seeing, but the movie could have been better. I think they should have put the movie in a more factual context.

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Julie J.

This is a documentary about the life of Alice Guy-Blaché, the first woman to get a full-time job at the New York Times. The film is very well-done and gives a fascinating look into the life of Alice Guy-Blaché. I'm glad that I saw this documentary, because I really enjoyed it.

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I'm really not a fan of Alex Garland. In fact, I am one of the biggest detractors of his "music" documentaries, especially those with musical accompaniment. I'm a fan of the artist himself, however, and I'm not going to try to dissuade anyone from watching his documentaries, simply because they are so good. This is an extremely detailed, entertaining documentary, and it was done with a lot of love and care. It is a well-made documentary that should appeal to all. Alex Garland does an excellent job of telling the story of Alice Guy-Blaché, a songwriter and singer who went through many hardships and was depressed throughout her life. It's not your typical documentary about a person's life, but rather, it's a very in-depth look at one person's life. The film is extremely well-done and does an excellent job of showing the hardships that she went through, and the emotions that she had while trying to put out her music. It is a very emotional documentary that I will definitely be looking forward to seeing again. I also believe that it will make me want to go to her concerts. I recommend this film to anyone who loves music, and anyone who wants to learn more about her. It's well-made, and I would recommend it to anyone. It's a well-made documentary, and I would recommend it to anyone.

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Raymond R.

When I first saw this film I was overwhelmed by the sheer beauty and power of the film. After the initial shock of seeing the film I was immediately reminded of the beauty of nature and the natural world around us. I watched this film for about an hour and a half and I still don't understand how this film could be so powerful. There is such a strong connection between this film and nature. It's a beautiful film and it will not let you down.

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Jessica Larson

This documentary is the first in a series of "docudramas" about a famous artist, Alice Guy-Blaché, who passed away from cancer. We see how the artist lived, and how she used her creative energy to raise funds for the sick child who would one day become her son, who would later become her husband. The artist, who was very close to her son, died when she was only fifty-one years old. This film is also a very good look at the artist's life, and her art. We also see how she made money by selling her work, and by being able to speak at art shows. One of the things that I liked about this documentary is that we see how she was very selfish in some ways, but also very compassionate and generous. She didn't give away any of her art to anyone, including her son, who was very much in her life. She made sure that her son, who was sick with cancer, was treated well, and that he would have the best life that he could have. And she also did a lot to make sure that his health would be okay. She was also very close to her husband, who was dying of a heart attack. I also liked that she was very charitable, even if she did use her artistic talent to make money. She never took money for herself, and I think that was the most important thing that she did. She was also very generous to those around her. I think that she was very generous, because she did everything that she could to help her son, and to make sure that he was cared for, and that he would have a happy life. I also liked that she was very generous with her art, and she was very much in touch with the way that she created her art. I think that her art was very beautiful. The photographs that we see in this documentary are very beautiful, and they are very well-crafted. I think that they were very beautiful pictures of the artist's life, and the life of her son, and of her husband, and of her son's friends and family. I also liked the fact that we see her work, and we see that she was very artistic, and very interested in her work. I think that the documentary did a good job of showing the artist's life. I think that this documentary is very good for a lot of people. I think that people who have never had the opportunity to see Alice's art, will be very interested in seeing her work. People who have never had the opportunity to see Alice's work, will also be interested in seeing her work. People who are interested in her work, will also be interested in seeing her art. People who have the opportunity to see her work

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I didn't know much about Alice Guy-Blaché, but now I am learning more about her, including her favorite films and genres. I first became interested in her after seeing her documentary, A Girl Like Her, which was both riveting and heart-breaking. The film is a fascinating look at the early years of Alice's life, from her childhood to her post-revolutionary years. It's also about her relationship with her husband and children, and how her life changed. The film is a wonderful insight into the women who were Alice's contemporaries. It's an important part of the film, and the interviews with many of the women in the film are fascinating. One woman, Alice's mother, is particularly fascinating. It's a great documentary and a beautiful film.

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I am a female, and a bit of a feminist, so I was excited to see this film. It is a very real, painful story, and is very realistic in the way that it portrays the hardships that a woman's life can be. I also found it very inspiring, as I am a feminist myself, and the message that it sends out is very much in line with what I am currently doing. I was very surprised to learn that the man who played the lead role in the film was actually a woman. This really does show the fact that men are not always the good guys in the film, and the fact that the man was able to take on the role of the protagonist was just amazing. I was also very impressed with the way that the director and producer were able to make this story about a woman so relatable to the average viewer. I think that this film is definitely worth watching, and I highly recommend it.

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Jonathan Bates

I saw the movie about a month ago and I was absolutely shocked by the fact that the movie was so close to the real life story of Alice Guy-Blaché. I have never seen anything like this before. This movie is truly an eye opener for people who know little about Alice and her family. The movie really does a good job of showing what it was like for Alice and her family during the Holocaust. It shows the terrible things that happened to Alice and her family and it also shows how brave she was to stay alive and try to survive. It shows how the world was so cruel to her and her family and the way she tried to survive. The movie really is a must see for everyone. I would highly recommend it for anyone who is interested in the Holocaust. I highly recommend that you see this movie. I hope that it will be shown in the theatres soon.

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Julie W.

I had the pleasure of meeting Alice in the 90's and after watching the documentary, I am glad to know that she is still alive and well. Her story is amazing and the documentary was a great inspiration for me. It was a wonderful and honest film. I think everyone should see this film. I know that the documentary has not been released on DVD yet, but I am sure that it will be soon. The documentary was very inspiring and I was amazed by the way Alice talked about her life and her experiences. I was also impressed by her ability to share her story. I was very moved by her story and the way she talked about it. I hope that everyone will watch this documentary and learn from it.

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Arthur McDonald

This is a fantastic film about the incredible story of Alice Guy-Blaché. This film is a must see for anyone interested in the subject of sex and the media. I am a very big fan of Alice Guy-Blaché and her work. I have read her books and I think that she is one of the greatest writers in the history of literature. Her books are truly magical and very thought provoking. This film is a must see for anyone who is interested in the topic of Alice Guy-Blaché. I hope that you will see this film and I will see it too.

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I've always liked Alice Guy-Blaché, who I found was always very well-spoken and very credible. I was very moved by her story and her struggles. When I read her book, I was moved by the fact that her daughter was struggling and was hiding from the father. When I saw this movie, I was moved by the fact that the father never revealed what his daughter was hiding. I am so glad that there is now a movie that is based on her book, that is made up from her actual experiences, so that we can learn more about this family, and about her own family's struggle with being single parents. I have never seen a movie that has made me feel more for this family, and I am so glad that it is now being made into a movie.

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After the release of the film Alice in Wonderland, the producer's of the film decided to have a film about Alice in Wonderland. And they were right. The movie is a very interesting, albeit sad, story about Alice in Wonderland. I can't even say that I am a fan of Alice in Wonderland. It was too boring. But this film was made by the same producer, the same director, the same writer, the same actress, and the same producer, and I would say that it was really very well made. The movie is made in a very beautiful way. It was very funny, but also very sad. I was actually surprised. I saw the movie with my friend and he told me that he loved the movie. And I can't believe it. He didn't know that I loved the movie. I think that this is a very good movie. I really like the way it was made, and I really like the actors. I really like all the actors. It was very interesting to watch. It was very sad. I really liked it. I think that it was very good.

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This film takes the viewer through the life of Alice Guy-Blaché, a female photographer who has been jailed for the death of her husband. Her story, from the time she was arrested in France to her execution in 1945, is presented in the documentary form. The film reveals her life in both the end and beginning, in the prison and in her post-prison life, and the reader is never bored. The subject matter is shocking and disturbing, but the viewer is not necessarily alienated by the film. This film is not a documentary, it is a tale of life. It does not make you feel good or feel bad, it makes you think and is a very thought-provoking film. The film has a feel of a documentary, but it is not a documentary that is made to make you feel good. It is a story of life. The film is very insightful and the viewer is left to wonder and make up his or her own thoughts about what they have just seen. I highly recommend this film to anyone who wants to know about a subject that is still being studied today. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the subject of Alice Guy-Blaché.

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Joe H.

This movie was incredible. I watched it as soon as it was released. I'm glad I did. It really was great. It tells a true story that was very interesting. The way that they told it was perfect. I've been following this story on a daily basis since I first heard of it. I've loved this documentary since I first saw it. This is the first documentary that I can remember watching that I've been completely engaged with. I've also found it very interesting how this documentary has become so popular. There is so much to learn and learn from about what it is to be a teen and what it is to be a young adult. I was very surprised by the way the story was told. The way that it was told was really beautiful. I really liked the way they showed the very important messages and messages that were given to the viewer. I really liked the way they showed the friendship between Alice and Mike. I think that this is the most touching thing that I've ever seen in a documentary. I really hope that the film gets released on DVD. I have a feeling that people will be really surprised by how good this documentary really is. This documentary is definitely worth watching. I would definitely recommend it to anyone.

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Andrew Barnett

A wonderful documentary about the life of Alice Guy-Blaché, the first woman to ever make it to the top of the "Hollywood Bikini Model" circuit. The documentary takes a look at her life and career in the industry, and also her struggles with her illness and the psychological issues she faced. The documentary is very well done and does a fantastic job at telling the story of the rise and fall of Alice. I really recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in the life of Alice Guy-Blaché.

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Rose Meyer

I was fascinated to watch the documentary for a number of reasons. First of all, I've been in the business for over 30 years. Second, I've seen so many people in the business and have seen them and their families change over the years. I've been through all kinds of businesses and this documentary shows that even those who are best at one thing cannot do it well. The documentary gives insight to the family and shows how they are so much more than just a business. And finally, I really enjoyed the interviews and the way they were put together. It was a great documentary.

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Kathryn R.

After viewing this documentary, I had to watch the original film again. This film was not about the real Alice, but the character of Alice and the documentary just didn't show that well. The movie was a little too long, but it was well done. I think the director tried to show more than the original film. Overall, I really liked this documentary. I think it's a good idea to show the original film.

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I loved this movie and think it is great. I think that all people of all ages should see it and be educated and informed about the dangers of gun violence in this country. If you don't see it, you are missing out on a very important message.

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Justin Stone

I just finished watching this movie and it's amazing. It's the first documentary I've ever seen about a child that had been born with a genetic disorder. I'm sure I've seen some documentaries about this, but this one is so well done and so heart-wrenching. This is the story of Alice Guy-Blaché, who was born with Down's syndrome and has a severe form of epilepsy. She was diagnosed with epilepsy as a child and after a period of time she was able to control her seizures with medication. But when her mother died, she had no choice but to take her medication. When she was an adult, she had to choose between taking medication or taking care of her son. She chose the medication. It was a decision that she has regretted ever since. She was able to take care of her son without medication. I think the movie is very important because it gives us a look into how difficult it is to take care of a child with a disability. It's very interesting to see the story of how she took care of her son and how her family and friends helped her make the decision. The documentary is very well done. It's a very emotional story and it's very well done. I thought the movie was very well done. It's very important to have a documentary that shows us the good side of people who have a disability. I think this movie is very well done. I recommend it to anyone who wants to see this story.

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I found this film very inspiring and moving. The story of Alice's life and death was told in such a way that it was not only easy to understand, but also to empathize with the character. The documentary was filmed in a way that made the viewer feel as if they were there with Alice and her family. The film was very well done, and the music was very appropriate. I would recommend this film to anyone who is looking for a film that will bring them to tears. I was able to understand and empathize with the story of Alice Guy-Blaché and her life. I highly recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about the life of Alice Guy-Blaché.

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Ralph W.

I saw the documentary at the International Film Festival in Brooklyn and it was an absolutely incredible experience. I can honestly say that I never saw a documentary like this before. The film focuses on Alice Guy-Blaché, a young woman from a small town in the mountains of Belgium who became a well-known figure after her death. The film focuses on her journey to becoming a renowned author, and how her father and brothers tried to stop her. This is a true story, and it is not told in a sensationalistic way. There are no side stories to add to the story. This film is simply told. The documentary is extremely emotional, and the film maker shows her own story, her childhood and how she deals with her father and brothers. She talks about her mother, and how she tries to be the best mother she can, and the painful events that happen when she's a child. She talks about her struggles with her father, and how she doesn't know how to deal with them. She talks about her brother's addiction to the drug, and how it affected her. She talks about how she finally realized how to deal with it, and how she finally got her life back. She talks about her personal struggle with her father, and how she tried to love him unconditionally, and she finally realized that love is not something that you can get when you are emotionally and physically attached. I think this film is a must-see for anyone who is a fan of Alice Guy-Blaché, and anyone who wants to understand her work. I think the film maker should be proud of her work. She did a great job. I can honestly say that this is the most honest documentary I've ever seen. This is the real story of a very important woman, and she did a great job at telling her story. I really hope that she gets the recognition she deserves.

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Howard A.

This is a must see documentary. I highly recommend it for everyone who wants to know more about the incredible journey of Alice Guy-Blaché. I have always been fascinated by the idea of an artist who is so immersed in her work that she can create and live in a space other than her home. I have always found the process of Alice's art to be very inspiring, but was surprised to find out that Alice was diagnosed with a rare form of Alzheimer's disease. Her art is simply mesmerizing. Her life is a very inspiring story and I have always been fascinated by her artwork and her life. This documentary is so inspiring and fascinating that you can't help but be drawn into it and the spirit of the story. I am so glad that it is being made and I hope that it will be made more widely available to the public.

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Mark B.

This is a wonderful film. It is beautiful and the story is incredible. It is great to see the real Alice-Guy-Blaché family. This film gives us the information about the real Alice-Guy-Blaché family, it gives us an insight into the life of the Alice-Guy-Blaché family, and it gives us the information about the real Alice-Guy-Blaché character and her family. We also get to see the real Alice-Guy-Blaché story from the eyes of the real Alice-Guy-Blaché family. This film is amazing. I highly recommend this film.

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This documentary is an absolute must-see for anyone who has ever had a close relationship with a child. It is a must for anyone who has ever been a parent. And anyone who wants to make the best of a child, a daughter or son, a brother or sister. It is an excellent film, especially for those who have children. It makes you think about your own life and how you could have done things differently. It is a must for anyone who wants to make the best of the experience of raising a child. You will never know how you would have reacted differently had you been a parent. This film is the true story of Alice Guy-Blaché. She was a brave, loving, compassionate woman who grew up in the poverty of the Mississippi Delta. When she was a child, her father died. Her mother was unable to care for her daughter. So she took care of her daughter by herself. Her mother was known as a bad mother, so she became the focus of many people's scorn. Many people didn't like her for this. But she was an artist and she loved to create. And she loved her daughter. She never wanted to hurt her daughter, even though she had to live in the most dangerous area in the country. The thing that has haunted her throughout her life is that her daughter was not loved. This is a true story, and it is an amazing story. This documentary is the story of a mother who went against the laws of the land to protect her daughter. She became the subject of scorn and criticism, but she lived her life the way she wanted to live. It is a story of courage. She overcame poverty and prejudice. She faced tragedy and it changed her. She gave up her talent and all her life she was determined to make her daughter happy. This is a must-see for anyone who is a parent, or someone who has ever had a child.

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The movie was excellent. It is a very interesting and interesting movie. It is a documentary on Alice Guy-Blaché. It is a very interesting movie and I would recommend this movie to anybody.

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Edward Lawson

There are so many little things that make this documentary so great. The only thing I could say is that it is so interesting and informative. It is a must see for all the people who want to learn about the importance of marriage and family, the importance of having a strong family unit, and the importance of having a strong family unit. As well as being a must see for the people who are afraid to take on the responsibility of a family. I would definitely recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to understand the importance of family and the importance of marriage. In conclusion, I would recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to understand the importance of marriage and the importance of family.

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In the late 1960s, Alice Guy-Blaché (played by Jamie Lee Curtis) was a high school student in the Bronx. She was extremely shy and introverted, but was a talented artist. She was working on a book, but never completed it. Her father left her when she was young and she was raised by her mother (played by Barbara Harris). She is now a successful artist. The documentary follows her and her mother through the years. It is very inspiring to see her and her mother doing things they never would have done. This is a documentary you should watch.

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Virginia N.

This is a brilliant documentary, well worth watching. It is based on the true story of Alice Guy-Blaché, a Jewish girl from Belarus who immigrated to the United States in 1894. In the early 1900's, she became a nurse, and her life and work were exemplary. She died in New York City in the mid 1970's. This documentary follows the girl's life, and it's heartbreaking to see how she was treated by those who were supposed to care for her. It also documents her struggles with racism, and the unfairness of her treatment, and it shows the impact of that treatment on her and her family. The documentary is very well done, and it's a shame that it was not released to a wider audience. I'm glad that someone finally made this film.

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Hannah Arnold

This documentary is a must see. The writer/director/producer/actor played by Nicolas Cage in this is a true "storyteller" of one of the most legendary women in our history. His ability to blend documentary style and voice over interviews in the same interview is brilliant. I have watched this documentary many times and I never tire of watching it. What the filmmakers did with the footage is amazing. The documentaries first interviews with Dr. Alice Guy-Blaché were very powerful and emotional. The second interview was with her granddaughter who played her mother in this film. I was moved to tears by this interview. Then the third interview was with her son who is now a psychiatrist. The documentaries comments are very insightful and very thought provoking. You see a lot of pictures that will remind you of Alice. The documentary does a great job at putting you in her shoes. It shows her as a very smart and successful woman. It shows her as a devoted mother, and a highly successful and beloved doctor. You get a great insight into her childhood, her marriage, her upbringing and her love of her profession. I have seen this documentary many times, and it never gets old. It's an excellent documentary that should be seen by everyone.

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This is a film that will appeal to anyone who is interested in the life of Alice Guy-Blaché, a young woman who was born in 1879 and died in 1918. The film is a compelling look at the girl's early years, her rise to fame and her eventual death. It is also an incredible look at the difficult journey that the young woman had to face as she struggled to survive in the harsh and unforgiving world of poverty and ignorance. The film is well produced, shot, and acted. It is also, I think, the first film to tackle the issue of a missing person's case in a way that is not sensationalist. The film is a must see for anyone interested in the Alice Guy-Blaché case.

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I have been a fan of Alice for many years. I have been reading her books for many years. I have been a huge fan of her for many years. This documentary is a great resource for anyone interested in the history of Alice Guy-Blaché. The documentary focuses on the work of Alice and her books, as well as her personal life. The documentary is very informative and very entertaining. I highly recommend this film to anyone interested in the history of Alice Guy-Blaché.

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As a child, I didn't realize what a beautiful person Alice Guy-Blaché was. In fact, I didn't know what an actress she was until I saw this film. She is a fascinating character, and I would be hard-pressed to find a film of hers that doesn't make me think of her. She is a remarkable woman, and she has a lot of wisdom to impart. I don't think that I've ever seen a film of hers that I didn't like. If you are a fan of hers, you will love this film.

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Tammy W.

I just love this documentary. It is truly inspiring and brings you into the lives of the people who are dealing with drug addiction. It was done in an interesting and funny way. I've seen it 3 times already and am still amazed. The people in the documentary were so passionate about what they were doing and so genuine and so understanding. They made me feel like I was with them and this is something I never would have thought possible. I have been fighting addiction since I was 13 and this documentary gives you the strength to keep on fighting the battle. This documentary is a must watch and a must listen to. You will not be disappointed.

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Alice Guy-Blaché (1971 - 2017) is the subject of this documentary. It is narrated by actor and director Rufus Sewell and written by producer Anthony Lipsett. It is about the real life mother of a celebrity, whom we know only as a fashion designer, Alice Guy-Blaché. We learn about her life and career, her tragic life and tragic death, her loss and the life she led after her tragic death. We learn how she overcame tragedy and created a legacy that is still standing. We learn the origin of the phrase "Alice-Guy-Blaché". We learn the fashion history of the world, the early 70's, the early 80's, the late 90's, and the present. The documentary is narrated by a person who is a true Alice-Guy-Blaché, the real Alice-Guy-Blaché. She is the daughter of Alice Guy-Blaché, and the mother of a designer, who had a successful career. It is her daughter's story. It is a tribute to the real Alice-Guy-Blaché, and to the real mother, who gave her daughter the way to become the real Alice-Guy-Blaché. The documentary is a great resource to understand the real life Alice-Guy-Blaché. It is a documentary that is great to learn more about the real Alice-Guy-Blaché. Alice-Guy-Blaché's career and her life are great examples of success. We learn that the real Alice-Guy-Blaché is alive and well, and that her story is not over. Her legacy is still standing. It is a tribute to Alice-Guy-Blaché, the real Alice-Guy-Blaché.

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I liked this movie, it was interesting to see the different sides of the characters. The movie itself was not very realistic, but it was not about what the people did, but how they felt. The main character, Alice, was a really interesting character, she was very caring and helpful, but also really hard. She tried to save her friends, and then try to do the right thing. The main character, Charlie, was not very real, he was a bit like a drunk, he did not really care about anything, but he was also really hard. The main character, John, was not very real, he was not very kind, he was also very hard. The main character, Amy, was also not very real, she was also really hard. The main character, Alice, was the best. She was the only one who really cared about the people around her. The other characters were all really hard, but also caring. The movie was really good, I would recommend it to anyone. It was not realistic, but it was not very hard, and it was not really hard.

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Jeffrey W.

I recently saw this documentary on a Saturday afternoon in my local library. The film was absolutely fascinating and at times moved me to tears. It has helped me understand a lot more about my family. I'm in my mid-20's and still can't seem to grasp how difficult it was for my parents. I don't blame them. I blame myself. I can't say enough good things about this film. I feel as though it's a part of my past that I wish I could get back. I think everyone should see this film, it is a must-see for everyone.

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John M.

I watched this documentary several years ago and I still like it, I am a fan of Bob Seger. This documentary gives you the facts of the person Alice Guy-Blaché. It shows you the intense love she had for her husband, it shows you the difficulties she had with her mother. This documentary shows you her own struggle, she lost her husband at the age of 35 and she is now 34. I found this documentary very inspirational. I found it very good. I found it inspiring and it showed that people have to care for their family. This documentary shows you how Alice had to take care of her mother after she passed away. It shows you how she came to care for her father after he passed away. She has a son, named Alex, she has a daughter named Nikki. She is very close with her daughter and she has a brother named Phil. She had a daughter named Bella and she had a son named Tristan. Alice was very close with her son, Tristan. The documentary was very good. I like it a lot.

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Timothy B.

I found this movie on a rainy day in my local library. The movie is very interesting, and the people interviewed are very knowledgeable. The director, a man named Walter Isaacson, is also very knowledgeable about his subjects. He says that the only way to get to know people is to get to know them. I think he is right. I would recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in the history of AIDS. It is a great movie, and I think everyone should see it.

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Joan P.

After watching this movie, it is obvious that this woman is truly a legend. This woman went through a lot of trauma, yet she never gave up. She always went through her studies, and through all the hardships she endured, she always showed her dedication and love for her son, and always tried to help others. This is one of those films that should be watched over and over again. My heart aches for Alice, because she was so kind, and so genuine. I truly felt the pain she endured, and I feel that she had a loving family and a loving husband. If you ever get the chance to watch this movie, please do! I know I will be watching it again. My heart aches for this woman.

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Matthew P.

This is the documentary that most people have been waiting for! I think the best part of the film is that it doesn't just talk about the biographies of the people that Alice Guy-Blaché knew. They also talk about the film. It's a great documentary that will leave you breathless and filled with a feeling of awe. I recommend this film to anyone who wants to know more about Alice. I've watched this movie over 10 times and it never gets old.

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Rachel C.

This is an incredible documentary about the true life story of Alice Guy-Blaché, a very talented, very popular, and very talented singer, and an inspiration to many of us who have grown up with her. I thought it was well done and very informative. I'm glad that someone decided to make a documentary about this legend. The story itself is quite interesting, and I would recommend watching this if you are interested in the life of Alice. It is interesting to see how she got her start in the music industry, and how she rose to fame, and also how she had her ups and downs. The story is quite interesting, and it's a good watch for anyone who is interested in the life of Alice Guy-Blaché.

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Alice Guy-Blaché was a young Irish woman from a large family who, in the 1960s, was caught in a life of crime. She was arrested and sent to a maximum security prison in California. It was there that she learned the great art of self-defense and began to write and edit a weekly magazine called "The Irish Girl". Her story and perspective on the criminal world is a fascinating insight into the struggles of the oppressed. This documentary, as well as "The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché" is worth seeing. It is also worth noting that this was a groundbreaking film when it was made in the late 1970s.

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Kimberly W.

This is a beautiful, moving and inspirational film. A rare example of true art. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to see a film about a real person. It is not a documentary, but a moving, inspirational and touching documentary. I also would recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about the artist and his life. I was very impressed with the actor's performance. He really brought the character to life and showed a lot of emotion. I was also impressed with the music and the lyrics. It was a really good film. I can't wait to see it again.

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Jose Patterson

This short film was not a documentary, but a tell all story of the John Doe Ruling, and the fateful day when the Texas Ruling invalidated "Unfit For Life" and sterilization laws in Texas. It was certainly more than a story of a case that went horribly wrong. It was a story of the rise and fall of a man, and the decisions he made, both for and against his own personal "freedom". At the heart of it was the very thought of, and commitment to freedom. The most striking thing about this movie was the mix of emotions that got thrown out at the movies to describe this case. What it means to us and how we might feel about it. The story of "Unfit For Life", and how it might have been, in theory, or in practice, is also fascinating. The film definitely does not go deep into the details of the case, nor does it go into the complex legal decision that was made. What it does do, is to touch on the heart of the case, and to show us the impact it had on our personal and legal freedom. We see a man go through hell, and when he finally comes out, he has been transformed into a man who was capable of empathy. In the final scene, we see him stand in the city square, and speak his words, and the war is lost. However, no matter what he said, people were still against him. His words, and the change he had effected in the community, still haven't been heard. The movie was very well made, and I would recommend watching it. It was definitely worth my money.

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Christine L.

Alice Guy-Blaché (1923 - 1982) was a French-Canadian author who produced a great body of work in the field of science fiction. Born in Montreal to a Russian mother and a Canadian father, she developed an intense interest in writing, especially fantasy. After she completed her doctoral studies at the University of Toronto, she moved to Paris, where she was given the opportunity to live and work as a visiting scholar at the Sorbonne. During her time there, she developed a strong interest in her adopted country, and became a champion of the French national science fiction movement. Her first book, 'Elle et Laurence' (1961) was a first-rate science fiction classic, and the subsequent 'Nana' (1968) and 'Kadosh' (1974) were two of the most popular books of the decade. The next decade saw her career take a downward spiral, with the release of 'Mystery of the Olympian' (1974) and 'The Time Machine' (1975) - the latter of which was eventually her last book. It is true that many of her books are not particularly well-known in the West, and that the books tend to be more of a read-once affair. Nevertheless, the genre is hers and she would have been quite proud of the legacy she has left behind. This documentary gives a comprehensive and detailed analysis of her work, and the viewer is treated to the stories of the characters that she introduced and the situations in which they were placed. Her best-known works are 'Elle et Laurence', 'The Time Machine', and 'Nana'. 'Alice Guy-Blaché: The Untold Story' is an excellent presentation of her work and her influence.

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Juan McCoy

Alice Guy-Blaché is a great documentary about the early life of the famous singer Alice Guy-Blaché. The documentary is a look into the life of a famous singer and her struggles with drugs, alcohol, and the death of her mother. It also features interviews with her family, friends, and other people who knew her. The documentary is a must see for anyone who is a fan of Alice. I give this documentary a 9 out of 10.

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This is a great documentary that shows how the real-life "Alice" Guy-Blaché came to be and how the people around her lived it. The documentary is beautifully done and shows the personalities of the people around her and her real-life family. This is a film that should be seen by everyone.

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Frances R.

This is an amazing documentary and must be seen. The filmmakers used the trappings of documentary to tell a very true story. They did not sacrifice accuracy for the sake of authenticity. The interviews with the families, the personal stories of the survivors, and the community's reaction are amazing. I hope this film will be seen by more people, and hopefully they will be inspired to make the change that is needed.

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Julia Bell

It's unfortunate that so much positive attention has been given to the unfortunate plight of a dying British women (she was the first person in the world to give birth by artificial insemination). Even more unfortunate is that so much attention has been given to the results of the operation, which supposedly performed on her, and which were seen by the audience only. I saw the movie on a rainy Sunday afternoon (a bit late, I realize, but after all this has been going on for months, and I'll be outside most of the time). I really felt for the actor involved, and the mother, who had to work so hard to keep this amazing, joyous, joyous child alive. When I went to see this film, I was hoping to hear from someone who was aware of her story. I think I probably learned more about her than I would have otherwise. That said, the film is very important to the story it is telling. Unfortunately, I didn't learn anything new. Just as I think I learned nothing from the documentary which tells the story of the Tillie and Willie Weeks, the film with the same name is just as meaningless. That's not to say the Tillie and Willie stories are entirely good stories. Neither were they so very bad that I couldn't give them credit, or praise them (though I will admit that the Tillie story is only now reaching a higher grade of acceptability with the movie). It is, however, my impression that they are similar in the way that two kids in the same household will react to the same situations, whether to be alone or to be with other people. I don't think there was really anything new about this story. You saw the father (Bill Nighy, who you have probably seen in films before) happy to see his wife again, and anxious to get on with his life. He played a kind of psychologist, saying in effect, "I want you to live your life to the fullest. I want you to play your parts as you were born to play them. If you want to spend more time with your daughter, make it more of an activity than a routine, so she is the center of your life." The mother is very much like that. She's anxious to get back to work, anxious to get her daughter back. And, as if all that weren't hard enough, the doctor's family wants to take the baby. The doctors are worried that the child will have epileptic fits if not placed with them. The mother is concerned about what the doctors will say to the child if she is placed with them. And the father, when he sees the children on TV in the morning, says to himself, "Well, they're free to go wherever they want to go. I'm going to get on with my life, and they're free to go wherever they want to go." Then, in the night time, he's woken up in the middle of the night, by a lady knocking on the door of his house. The doctor says she's been waiting for him all day, and they go to his house. The father says, "I've had my mother with me all day. I didn't know what to expect." He finally gets what he expected: He becomes anxious and worried that he won't see his wife again. When I read this story in High School, I must admit that it's hard to believe that such a happy and involved couple could possibly be so totally incapable of communicating. I mean, I don't know that I would have thought of that husband as incapable of communicating. But even if I did, I probably wouldn't have thought of it so casually. I don't think he would have been so concerned about the status of his marriage that he would have been so disorganized when he wasn't about to get his wife back. He probably would have done some preparations for the reunion, and he probably would have said some things he would have needed to say to her that might have made things better. This isn't to say that the parents should have made things worse. One could hardly blame them for that. I have a feeling that they would have made things worse had it not been for their child, and how they would have reacted to her arrival at their home. The doctors could have told the father to go out and start planning. The mother could have said, "OK, I'm going to see a doctor tonight and get myself checked out." We could have had a scene like the one in the film between the parents and the doctor. And the baby could have said, "No, you don't have to do this. I can go where ever

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Alice Guy-Blaché was an English drug dealer, and member of the U.S. mob, who in the 1950s traveled the world to enrich herself, while embezzling millions. In 1972, after the Chicago Hearst murders, she was sentenced to prison for life in 1973. She was released in 1975, after serving just over five years of her sentence. In the meantime, she married a very successful businessman, Francis Coppola. Both of them were supporting heavy personalities, and they lost their fortune by a brilliant U.S. Supreme Court decision in 1976. Even before the robbery of $13 million, Alice Guy-Blaché was famous for the 'Paulie' lifestyle. She was an avid user of the cocaine that was worth billions, and she was an incredibly rich drug user. Her wealth added to the need for someone to steal it, and then to exchange the cash for drugs. The movie shows us Alice Guy-Blaché as a person that is willing to steal millions of dollars, and try to make even more. Despite the fact that she was a drug addict, and apparently addicted to cocaine, the movie shows us how dedicated she was to her family. It also shows us how ill-equipped she was to have enough money to make the investments that she had done, if she had been on the road on drugs. Another reason why this movie is so enjoyable is the strong performance by Amy Smart as Alice Guy-Blaché. Although her character is very flawed, she is an amazing character, and a great actress. In many scenes, she shows us the qualities that you don't see on a lot of characters. The most beautiful example of this is during the murder scene, which is perhaps the most disturbing scene I have seen in a movie in a long time. Alice's character is so horrible, that the viewer can't help but be disgusted with her actions. The message of the movie is that no matter what happens to you, you will always have love in your heart, and that everyone is really a loser. That is what the movie is saying.

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Alice Guy-Blaché is an amazing actress, with an amazing voice. I don't know what she is doing in the world. She is a talented, talented woman. It's a shame that she has to suffer so much in the world. Her story is amazing, and it's not just for people who have never heard of her. It's a great story about the women who are being killed every day, and the people who are helping them. It's a sad story, but it's a story that I want to hear again and again.

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Deborah Bishop

This is a really good documentary. It was made for a film festival in Toronto. It was very well put together. I am a huge fan of Alice Guy-Blaché. I watched this documentary with her and her husband. They had a great sense of humor and were very honest. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who likes Alice Guy-Blaché. I hope they will make more films like this. I hope they make more documentaries about Alice Guy-Blaché.

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Ruth M.

I'm writing this review as a submission to the Biographical Documentary Contest, which was run in 1998 in connection with the 10th anniversary of the release of Alice Guy-Blaché's beloved movie "The Mother". This is a well-done, thought-provoking documentary that chronicles the art and life of Alice Guy-Blaché (born June 22, 1919), the most famous French artist of the 20th century, who died from lung cancer at the age of 83 in July 2006. The film covers her birth, upbringing, family life, childhood, adolescence, and finally death. The format of the documentary is well crafted and the cast and crew have done a great job in crafting a narrative that encompasses the entire life of the artist. The film does a good job of reflecting the "unnatural" aspects of her life such as illness, alcoholism, and an unstable marriage. However, we see some shots that clearly show a portion of her life that is unreal and seemingly unnecessary. The film does a good job of showing a small portion of the family and her paintings. However, it does not do a good job of showing her family life. In addition, the footage shot of her childhood, adolescence, and death is often obscured by the music, which seems to take up the majority of the footage. Finally, the film does not focus on some of the highlights of her life. In particular, there are no shots showing her artwork, other than a few sections that are well-intentioned and shared with the public. However, this is a minor detail and does not detract from the film's overall value. The documentary is well made, with excellent production values and a good assortment of people from her family, to her art friends, and people who know her. The authenticity of the documentary is quite remarkable. The biographical material tells the story of the artist. It tells the story of the person's relationship with her parents, and her relationship with her sisters. It tells her tragic and joyful birth, childhood, adolescence, and death. It tells her fatal illness and her end. It shows her appreciation and respect for the art of her mother, and how she developed her art in a very private way.

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Deborah Crawford

As a licensed counsellor, I am delighted to see that Canada has recently adopted the Ministry of Health's position on the treatment of children with mental illness, and I wish that other countries were doing the same. The difficulties in dealing with psychiatric disorders are immense, and they are not the result of medical advances, but instead of the moral bankruptcy and indifference that result from these types of conditions. To the extent that the accused is a child, a pre-teen, or an adolescent, he or she has the right to expect a fair and impartial treatment. We must stop assuming that the mentally ill child has the same interests as a normal child. They do not. Some of the children that are committed to hospital must have mental illness that is equivalent to a mental illness for which someone might be charged criminally. However, there are a few that are found incompetent and do not have sufficient capacity to comprehend the instructions from the court that may involve a judge's involvement in the sentence. In such cases, children are also not entitled to a fair trial. We should make efforts to alleviate the suffering of those children who do not get proper treatment or who are later found incompetent or not mentally competent. There is no question that there are many children in hospital and many in prison for inappropriate treatment and/or mental health issues, and we cannot argue about the legality of the conditions on an individual basis. These conditions should be the subject of public debate, and they should be known by the public. This film, by examining various cases, provides an interesting overview of the ongoing problems faced by these children and the state that they are being treated by in most countries, with the apparent reason being that they have a mental illness that should be better addressed by the healthcare system. It should not be viewed as a commentary on the treatment of individuals with mental illness. It should be seen as an example of the inadequate approach to children with mental illness that has resulted in many unjustified trials. Hopefully, more countries will adopt the approach that the federal government and the Canadian government have taken. The U.S. State Department has already done this, and many states have followed their lead. "Take Your Children to Court", and a similar movie on child abuse were released in 2014. They were very effective in changing the system. The only question that still remains is how will the children be treated with their parents? Hopefully this film will contribute to changing that.

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Frances McDonald

I saw "Alice Guy-Blaché" at the Texas International Film Festival in Austin last year, and it was a great movie experience. But I don't know if anyone really knows who Alice was. Her story is told through interviews with people who knew her. We hear from her and her boyfriend, Nick and her best friend. And we hear from the man who molested her, Graham Moore. The movie isn't particularly moving, and the story itself is a bit too simple for my taste, but the movie is well-made and well-acted. It was one of the best film experiences I've had.

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This is a very moving documentary that really captures the essence of the most controversial figure of the 20th century: Alice Liddell. As an adult, I've experienced her life as a child and adulthood. I'm still affected by her influence on me. Her sense of humor, her rebelliousness, her love of music and art, her struggles with the law. This documentary is very touching. It doesn't try to be an inspirational movie, but it does attempt to show the inner strength of this great woman. The film is beautifully shot, and the production values are top notch. The editing is especially strong. The film is well done. But the best thing about this film is the message. This film makes you feel like you are there with Alice, and that you are a part of her story. This film is powerful. If you are a fan of Alice Liddell, you will be moved by this film. If you are not a fan of Alice, you will appreciate the power of this film.

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Jordan Harrison

I had a chance to see this documentary at the Toronto International Film Festival. It was so well made and it really brought out the humanity of the women involved in this story. It was a beautiful story of love and commitment. The film is well made and it really does portray the women as they were and as they are. I really enjoyed this film and I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the lives of these women. It's very well made and I think it is well worth seeing. I really enjoyed this film and I highly recommend it.

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Teresa C.

This is an interesting documentary. I am a big fan of Alice Guy-Blaché and it is great to see her story told from a different perspective. While the documentary is fascinating it does have some problems. The "dynamic" is, at times, a bit forced. The editing is too fast, and the documentary does not really show the reactions of the villagers. That being said, the documentary is still interesting and I would recommend it to anyone interested in the history of Guy-Blaché.

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Brandon Ellis

As mentioned in the opening of this film, one of the things that had me interested in the movie was the fact that it was shot in real life locations, a very telling contrast to the television coverage that so many of us are forced to sit through. As I listened to the acting of the actors, I was surprised to find that most of the actors seemed to have been involved in the same profession, and many had a particular subject to comment on. I found that both women and men seemed to be in agreement that if you do not want your friends to see you naked, that you must tell them you are ill, or something like that. This is true whether the victim of sexual assault is male or female. In the case of Alice Guy-Blaché, she had to tell her friends and family that she was paralyzed in a car accident. Several of her friends commented on how ridiculous this was, and she said, "How can you say you are paralyzed and then say that you are feeling better." This was an example of what I saw as the disconnect between these two points of view, and while the acting did not strike me as lacking any artistic merit, it left me with the impression that the actors may have been thinking of their career goals and in trying to be honest, that they were, in effect, trying to deflect the story of their behavior. However, this line of thought must be tempered with what I saw as a lack of true artistic value. It seems that many of the issues that people with disabilities face are not being explored in a respectful and enlightening manner. For example, as a female sexual assault victim myself, I can understand how one might feel uneasy when watching this film. However, I would ask that everyone considering watching this film to remember that this is a subject that has become more prevalent, and that it is not a matter of whether one will or will not talk about it, but rather, what you will do about it.

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Grace Hamilton

I have always been a fan of Alice Guy-Blaché. She has been one of my favorite movie stars since I was a little girl. I watched this documentary on her life and I was very impressed. I never knew that she was a writer, but she was very successful in her career. She wrote the first book of a fictionalized biography of her life. I was very surprised to see that she wrote the book before she became a famous actress. I hope that people who love Alice will watch this documentary and learn more about her. It is a must-watch for everyone.

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James Duncan

I started this documentary with the same surprise as everyone else. I was expecting an awful film but had no idea what I had been asked to watch. I thought about giving it a chance but then I decided that I'd better go see it. I was very pleased by the results. The documentary presented the facts of a very private lady and her story. It provided the audience with an interesting and interesting idea of how such a person must have been. It also presented the author, who's only thing was to tell this story. It also gave the audience the opportunity to learn some more about the person Alice Guy Blaché was. It was an extraordinary story and it was told with the utmost dignity and honor. The interviews were not a mere narration but very much involved in the subject. The documentary itself showed how a lady of great integrity, good qualities, social courage and friendship were the consequences of her mother's love. She was also able to relate with the young men of the time and to express the meaning of friendship. It was also very interesting how such a person was able to interact with other persons in a very friendly and informal manner. However, it is an important insight into the life of a lady who was an independent person in the face of adversity. The documentary should be viewed by the whole family. Parents and teachers should take their children to see this film to show them that it is not simply an amusement.

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Jacob Cooper

I just saw the film yesterday evening and for one of the first times ever, I was genuinely impressed with what I saw. Yes, the film was crude, gratuitous, just about every bad thing you can think of. But I left the cinema feeling refreshed about the world we live in. But, the point of this film is to highlight a great nation and the role that nature played in our past. Simply put, it shows how nature is a source of beauty for everyone of us and a source of threat. Throughout this film, we are shown pictures of wildlife throughout. One image that is haunting is a scene with a white wolf in a field. As soon as they go through the fence, there is no question that they are having a great time. From that moment on, they let their guard down, letting their aggression show. But, the scene is simply beautiful and moving. They turn around to run, only to have the wolf take them off their feet by pouncing on them. This is what nature is like, when it appears to be harmless and let's a few individuals have a little fun. Nature is doing the right thing. I also felt a lot of compassion for the animals that make up this land and just for their sake. That energy of natural beauty can be overlooked. Some of us have embraced this beauty in our everyday lives. But others of us have never taken the time to appreciate it. Why? Because it is only a symbol of what nature does and a side of our selves that we deny. The world doesn't need more movies like this. They can be boring, they can be flat, they can be harsh, but they can at least make a point. I hope that they encourage people to love and appreciate the natural world, because nature is beautiful and that it is our responsibility to protect it.

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Elizabeth C.

In one of his first films, Michael Moore has created a fictional film about a woman whose life was destroyed by the unbridled greed of a drug dealer. It is a moving film, told in a gentle and thoughtful manner, and the subject matter is grave. This documentary is based on a book by Alice Guy-Blaché, which is remarkable because there is nothing in the book about the drug culture that the filmmakers chose to ignore. We see interviews with her family, her friends, her neighbors, the people who worked with her, and the people who were victimized by her. The documentary is very well done, and the subject matter is very sad and important. I really recommend this film.

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Teresa J.

I'm sure many people have seen the movie and are familiar with the girl, Alice. I would never have known that she was the mother of the world famous butchered animal, a stuffed cat with an iron lung. I didn't even know that the man who owned the house where the cat lived was the same man who owned the house where the girl lived. That's what made me curious about the movie. In the beginning, the girl says she's never felt the need to kill a person and then later when she does, it's for the sole purpose of getting to the house where the cat is. The movie also shows us the woman who was the main reason for Alice's parents to send her to a mental institution. She was the only one who knew about the relationship between Alice and her mother. That's something that might help you understand the movie. This is the only movie that can make you think about what you have seen. That's the kind of movie that I can't recommend enough.

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This is a very informative documentary about Alice Guy-Blaché, the first lady of French Polynesia, whose life was portrayed in the excellent film "The Queen of the North." (1999). The movie is about a woman, who took her husband, father, and brother for granted. Her life was spent with them, and they were her servants, servants to the government. She became a medical student, and it was the government who took her to the island of New Zealand to develop a medical school. The documentary follows her through her journey from the country to the world, including her husband's experiences, and her brother's. I was greatly impressed by the acting and the movie itself. It is interesting to see the style in which the film was made. The documentary and the movie are the best I have ever seen. The movie is very much worth seeing.

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Paul Peterson

I loved this movie. The way it was filmed was beautiful. I think it was a perfect time capsule of the world in the 60s. The costumes were perfect, the way they set the scene was perfect, the soundtrack was perfect. It is a movie that every person should see, especially if they are looking to look at a time period. I think it is great to see that people were able to have a chance to be seen, and to really be seen. The movie also had a message, something that is often missing from documentaries. There is not always a positive message in a documentary, or in a movie, that makes a movie enjoyable. This movie shows that being different is important, and that you don't have to conform to society to be able to be seen, and to be able to have a voice.

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Heather Ramirez

This film follows the life of Alice Guy-Blaché, a Jewess who went on a journey across the Atlantic to gain legal status. It's an interesting and complex story, and I found the film to be very interesting. However, I didn't feel that I really got the real story of Alice's life, so I don't really know why I felt this way about it. It felt like I was watching a documentary, but I wasn't sure if it was a documentary or a film. In any case, I felt like I was watching a film, but it was one that I didn't really care about. Overall, this was a good documentary, but I didn't really care for it.

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Patrick W.

Alice Guy-Blaché (Cher) is a legendary Hungarian pianist and singer who died in 1991. She was buried in a Jewish cemetery in Budapest, but her body was not exhumed and buried in a cemetery in nearby Sopot, in what is now Hungary. The story of Alice Guy-Blaché is a fascinating one. The film, "Alice Guy-Blaché: Untold Story", tells the story of how she was buried in Sopot and how it was used to bury her. The film was made in 1997, but the story is true. This documentary is an excellent resource for anyone who is interested in the history of Alice Guy-Blaché.

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Rose M.

I really liked this documentary as a good representation of a very difficult experience for Alice Guy-Blaché. The producer, Cathy Davies, interviewed the person who was Alice's caretaker for 14 years, the doctor who handled her and her posthumous investigations. This person really understood the situation Alice was in and allowed her to write her story. She lived to tell this story and hopefully can bring some help to others suffering from the same condition.

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Peter Hayes

I can't say enough about this documentary. It's a great story about a great woman and her fight for the right to be herself. This documentary was a big surprise for me. It was so easy to see the love and compassion for Alice Guy-Blaché and her story. I think it's a must see for everyone who loves and cares about the LGBT community. You will never know Alice's true story until you see this documentary. I think everyone should see this documentary. It's so easy to see how Alice Guy-Blaché's life and struggles were a blessing to the LGBT community and that she is an inspiration to all of us. I also loved the way the filmmakers handled the "truth" of her story. They didn't try to sugar coat it or give the story away. They were honest about the story, not with the "truth" but with the love and compassion that she had for her friends and family. It's amazing how this documentary is so accessible and accessible to everyone. It's very easy to find it on Amazon and Netflix, and it's really easy to find it on YouTube and Netflix. The DVD is also a great investment. It's very well done and it has great extras. I loved how the filmmakers did not try to create a documentary about Alice Guy-Blaché. They created a beautiful story about Alice Guy-Blaché and her fight for the right to be herself. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who loves and cares about the LGBT community.

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Randy H.

The film is the story of Alice Guy-Blaché, an American woman who died of natural causes. In the documentary, the woman's brother talks about her as if she was still alive. It's not until a few years later that the film starts to tell us more about her. As the film goes on, we learn that the woman was a practicing Catholic, a strong Catholic, and a very good mother. The film is very well done, and I recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the life of Alice Guy-Blaché.

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Kathryn Baker

This documentary takes us on a journey of discovery through the lives of three women in the early 1970s, Alice Guy-Blaché, Mary Ellen Tilden and Carol Ann Duffy. The film is presented in chronological order. The first section of the documentary is a brief history of the women, and in particular of Mary Ellen Tilden. Mary Ellen, who was born in Pennsylvania, lived in New York City, where she worked as a call girl. At the age of 18 she ran away from her abusive family, married a man who took her to live in a house in the country and never saw her again. She worked at a local theater and became involved with the theater's LGBT group. She then became involved with the so-called "Gay Liberation Front." She also ran a women's magazine. During the 1970s she and the GFL organized numerous protests, including a failed bank robbery, which she attributed to the macho, macho, macho. She organized a march on Washington, DC. On the morning of October 11, 1978, Mary Ellen and the GFL were arrested for their protest. The GFL and the police used the "Riot Act," a law that gives the government the power to detain and arrest people, without due process, without a trial. Mary Ellen was held without a trial for 9 months. She was finally released on bail, but she was charged with the murder of her husband. She was convicted, but was found not guilty on the grounds of insanity. In 1980, Mary Ellen sued the government, claiming the riot act had violated her constitutional rights. The trial lasted 12 years. In the end, the judge ruled that Mary Ellen was insane, and that the police and the government had violated her rights. After her conviction, the judge sentenced her to 25 years in prison. She was released in 1984. Carol Ann Duffy was born in South Dakota, and was raised in New York City. She worked as a secretary at a newspaper. She was arrested and tried for her involvement in the anti-war movement. She was acquitted. She was in a nursing home at the time of the riots. She began receiving mail and calls from people who wanted to know if she had been released from prison. She started receiving mail from people who had come to visit her, but she did not know they were planning to return. She received phone calls from people from all over the country, and even from China. She visited her daughter in prison. She visited her son in prison. She continued to receive mail and phone calls from people who had come to visit her, but she was not sure who they were. The film does a good job of showing the lengths that these women had gone to in order to try to find out who was responsible for their imprisonment. The film does a good job of showing the lengths they had gone to in order to try to find out who was responsible for their imprisonment.

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Timothy Woods

Alice's mother is a suffragette, and is one of the earliest suffragettes of the women's movement in the United States. She was arrested for 'propaganda of the most dangerous kind', which is a criminal offense under the US Code of Penal Procedure. Under the Espionage Act of 1917, someone who publishes the information of a conviction in the United States or any other country could be subject to prison. In fact, the act was used as a cover to bring her and other important female suffragettes into criminal status in the United States. This film, with the help of the forensic evidence in the cases of some of the suffragettes, and providing insight into the life of the person they named, establishes the hard reality of Alice's mother's conviction. It is an incredible and compelling documentary, the kind that needs to be seen, the kind that must be made. The person it is about, Alice Guy-Blaché, is truly amazing, and her story and the experiences it forced her into are wonderful. It does not offer answers, but offers a path to a better understanding of her pain, her life, and her actions. The film's directors, Brian Johnston and Antoinette Snow, are a remarkable duo, and they're doing an incredible job with this project, which should win awards. This film is important, and an important contribution to an important topic.

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I'm a big fan of the Grateful Dead and have listened to the band countless times on CD, but I didn't know that Alice Guy-Blaché was a member of the band until I saw this documentary. This is the story of a young girl, who was just 11 years old when she had her first boyfriend, whom she adored. When she was a teenager, Alice-Blaché went on a journey to Hawaii, and met her dream guy, who was later married. The year is 1955 and Alice-Blaché is a 13-year-old girl. She has a crush on her cousin, who was married and had a girl named Sarah, who was only 9 years old. It's an interesting story of a girl who had to fight to become the person she wanted to be. The movie was informative, and the soundtrack was awesome. Alice-Blaché's story is great. She's really not a bad person, she's just a normal girl. She wanted to be happy, and so she made the best decision she could, and went on her journey to Hawaii. I really enjoyed this movie, and it made me appreciate the Grateful Dead as much as I ever have. If you're a fan of the Grateful Dead, I think you'll enjoy this film.

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Alice is one of the best documentaries I've ever seen, because it's more than a film about Alice: it is about the struggle for acceptance, how a gay woman can express her sexuality and how society and the media at large don't allow her to achieve her goals. The problem is that this is so strong an important story it's hard to discuss. You have to see it to understand it. But you see it anyway, because you want to know what happened, you want to be able to relate to it and you want to be the first to tell someone about it. This is the power of this movie: it touches you, it causes you to question everything and to ask: "What is truth, justice and beauty?" If you take it as a movie, you're lucky. But if you take it as a documentary, this is more powerful: this is not your average Hollywood documentary, it's one of the rare documentaries that so strongly engages you, even if you know how this story will end, you feel how much it hurts to live life without acceptance and you feel the need to speak up about it. I've never seen anything like it, and if this doesn't inspire you to do something for your community, to make this issue a conversation in your society, then nothing will. If this doesn't inspire you to do something for your community, then nothing will. This is the story of how Alice Guy-Blaché became the iconic transgender woman we know today. This is the story of how an immigrant family makes it, how a person of colour and a Jew from Algeria got accepted and celebrated in New York City, and how they continue to make their way despite the bigotry that they face daily, and how you can not only be trans but to also be gay, bisexual and a woman, and how much harder is it to be accepted in the world. I want everyone to see this, be proud and be inspired.

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I am a huge fan of the real life 'Alice Guy-Blaché' and I watched this documentary as part of an upcoming project to further my understanding of the fascinating woman who went into hiding after her husband (who she often considered her only living relative) was accused of murdering their daughter. The documentary wasn't completely all about her, but more of the investigation that was conducted in the days after the murders, especially the police efforts to find the person responsible. Most of the time the focus is on the three witnesses to the murders and the friends they made during their search for her. One of those witnesses was Roxy Dunbar (played by Melanie Griffith), who is now an acclaimed actress and a filmmaker. When the 'Zeroes' documentary was released, she did an interview with Alice Guy-Blaché (she had died of cancer prior to this), and she told how tough it was to find a job at the time and that she was concerned about getting too old and too sick for her son to go on a date with her daughter. The other witness (played by Patrick Stewart), was a lawyer who even went to jail for the murder of his wife, but didn't go to trial (which is not a surprise considering he was a strong defense attorney in the case). The third witness (played by the great Oscar-winner Jude Law), was a homeless woman who was found with an escape hatch from her apartment. She wasn't allowed to have contact with the outside world until her death, and ended up dying from pneumonia shortly after the case was solved. It was during these interviews that the documentary kept exploring the medical aspects of Alice's illness and that it was a nervous disorder (like Sudden Infant Death Syndrome). There was also a lot of talk about how she wasn't crazy (at least she was until the real-life 'Alice Guy-Blaché' called in her sister in a desperate attempt to end her suffering) and was able to muster up the strength to leave her mental disorder behind for at least a little while. I have been a big fan of her since the early '80s, and watched the documentary to learn more about her. It was a good documentary, but it wasn't completely all about her, and it didn't completely cover the true story of her case.

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I was a child when I first saw Alice Guy-Blaché's "Alice in Wonderland" and I was mesmerized. For the most part, I have always been attracted to her work, and I think it is fair to say that she is a great painter. Her work has always been a little too "perfect", and I don't think that "Alice in Wonderland" was ever meant to be taken seriously. I am always fascinated by her work, and this documentary is a little different. I watched it for the first time the other day and was struck by how well produced it was. It is extremely well done, with an excellent cast, including a great performance by Michael Jackson, and the story and the music are also excellent. I'm not really a fan of fairy tales, but I think it is very interesting to watch a documentary about one of the most famous children's stories, and I really enjoyed this one.

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Amber G.

This is a very interesting documentary about the late Alice Guy-Blaché. This woman was a pioneer in the field of women's suffrage in the US. She was an important voice for women in the US, and a pioneer in her field. She was a pioneer because she was the first woman to use the media to advocate for women's rights. The documentary is about her life, her struggles, her successes and her failures. There is a lot of information about her life, her career, her work, her family, her friendships, her beliefs, and her problems. The documentary is very interesting because it gives you an in-depth look at a woman who was a pioneer in her field. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in women's rights, women's history, women's issues, or just women in general.

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Stephanie C.

It is one of the most critically acclaimed documentaries on the Discovery Channel, but Alice has been dismissed by the average viewer because the doc is a bit too focused on her clinical ambitions and her personal problems. But does it make it a bad documentary? Not really. There is no commentaries and no interviews with Alice's original doctors and other colleagues, they just say the facts about her story and that's it. Why does she have to be in such a documentary? Because it's part of her inner transformation, right? So, you're going to find it difficult to hold your tears when you see the documentary, but if you're a fan of Alice, this is definitely a good idea for you to watch this film. It is not a film that will bring you down with its content, but it is a good film for those who want to learn more about what makes a person who she is, especially the first time around. I think she is one of the most interesting person in our society, because she chose the way of her life that suits her, and what matters to her is not money, it's not fame, but she has lots of hope in life and she is not being criticized because of her health. Maybe, it is a good idea for a woman who has suffered from this diagnosis to see this doc, because she might be more inspired and inspired by her own personal journey. And for those who don't have the connection to this topic, I think it is a good idea to watch this doc and at least know that she didn't die of an illness, she died of a breakdown.

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I found this film to be very interesting, it did an excellent job of portraying the lives of the three women. I was very impressed with the way they were able to portray the different aspects of the women's lives, from the stage to the movies. This documentary also showed how the women had to adapt to their circumstances. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in the lives of these women.

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David James

This movie tells of the untold story of Alice Guy-Blaché, a brilliant Canadian chef and innovator. In 1994, she started her new restaurant, The Pneumatic Hotel. She is an avid fan of culinary history and was inspired by this feature to look up any details in her own personal history that would be relevant. After a painstaking five years of research, she brought the complete story to life in a very relatable fashion. The quality of the documentary is entirely the result of Alice's passion. She becomes a very attentive narrator, focusing on the historic situations and anecdotes with great elegance and detail. This is a visual treat that brings the world of Alice Guy-Blaché to life.

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Jerry H.

What a great documentary. Not only is it informative, but it is also entertaining. The filmmakers spend a lot of time with Alice Guy-Blaché and her family, and a lot of time with her husband, who tells a story about the first time he tried to kill himself. The film itself is very well done. It is narrated by Alice Guy-Blaché, and it was made by her son, Kevin (who also directed). The interviews with her family are very thoughtful and emotional, and the father's story is especially touching. There are also some really beautiful scenes of the country of Madagascar, which is a beautiful place. The film is narrated by Kevin, and it is really interesting to hear his perspective on his mother's life. I definitely recommend it to anyone who is interested in these sorts of things.

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The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché is a compelling and often disturbing documentary that documents the personal and professional difficulties faced by the young woman who became known as "Alice" in America. The film is structured around the making of the "Alice" song, and how it went from being a test for the young woman to a major social phenomenon. This documentary is not only a document of her life, but of the various pressures that were placed on her to be a "hit" and to perform at the height of her fame. The documentary also gives us a glimpse into the darker side of her life, from her marriage to her sister, and her health problems. I recommend the film highly.

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Jessica M.

I went to see this film because I was told that it was good and I'm glad that I went. It's a great documentary about Alice Guy-Blaché. I didn't know much about her, but I've heard a lot about her, so I was curious about what she was like. And it's very interesting. I learned about her struggle to find her voice and how she dealt with her deafness. And I learned a lot about her and her life. It's very interesting. I hope that people see this film. It's very good.

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Douglas F.

This is a must see documentary about the life and times of Alice Guy-Blaché, who served as the country's first Black female female surgeon. It tells the story of her life, the doctors who worked with her, and her work in transforming the lives of many women. The film is the result of a ten-year collaboration between the Center for Civil Rights at the University of Michigan and the Lewis Center for American History at the University of Missouri. The filmmakers traveled to France to find and interview doctors and scientists, and to gain access to Alice's archive, including a copy of her original surgery papers. They then returned to the United States to interview doctors, historians, nurses, and Alice herself, who gave her own first-person account of her life. The film is a tribute to a true American hero.

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I always wondered about the woman who became famous as a teenager, and never knew of her connection with a pop star. In the documentary that follows the life of Alice, the documentary maker Catherine Lacy appears and tells us that the film was made by a female filmmaker because it doesn't have any male actors in it. The documentary itself is highly enjoyable, but also it has some questionable subjects. As an American, I find it hard to accept the fact that a country where only two women have ever been elected President, and most of the music is produced by men is controlled by a man. I also find it very hard to accept that a country whose annual gross domestic product is the fourth highest in the world, and where the ratio of women to men is the lowest in the world, has a woman as President of the US. Of course, they need a woman to say "Women are welcome in the military!" I don't know if the country we live in is the right place to evaluate the way in which women are treated in the United States, but I guess that to this country we are better than to let things get out of hand. Catherine Lacy is an actor, and she uses her art to comment on some issues that I personally don't like. She has a very strong voice, but she doesn't reveal too much in her comments. She is also a good dancer, and she showed us that in this documentary. It was hard for me to accept that she has become famous not by her acting, but by her dance work. Anyway, I guess this is a very interesting documentary. Catherine Lacy, and Catherine Lacy, the director of Alice Lacy, was a very good choice for the movie.

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I really liked this documentary. It's a very interesting look at the life of Alice Guy-Blaché, who was an important figure in the Canadian theatre. The film starts off with her performing in "Les Miserables", and ends with her tragically dying in a car accident. The film does a great job of exploring her life, and it's a good look at her career. The director is very interested in the musical theatre world, and the film focuses a lot on the shows she performed. It's a very interesting look at the way theatre is played, and how it's done. I also really liked the interviews with the cast and crew, who really give a good insight into the world of theatre. I think the film is a good look at the life of Alice Guy-Blaché.

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Dorothy Chapman

One of the most successful British actresses of the 20th century, Alice Guy-Blaché was born in England and came to Hollywood in the early 1950s. She became an instant success, largely thanks to her looks. She was a natural at portraying the moody and rather gruff women who worked in the film industry. She also became a major figure in the women's liberation movement, becoming an advocate for the rights of women and minorities. Alice also had a habit of biting her nails. And she was an excellent actress. So naturally, she was perfect for this documentary. She was interviewed by the filmmakers, and they used her voice over to tell the story of her life. They also interviewed her fans, who were mostly women. The documentary was very interesting and well-done. It was also very touching and informative. But I found the film to be a bit long and dull. It would have been better if they had edited the film down to one hour and a half. It was very much a biopic, and that would have made it a much better film.

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Robert O.

Two things make this movie so very interesting. One, is the director, Joshua Bloom, who is clearly using his creative genius to tell a story, not a biography. And two, is the project, as an excellent set of photos on a famous school, including that of a famous cat. I think all those things are very important for telling a story and they make this movie very interesting. Mr. Bloom gives us so many different sources of inspiration from not just other photographers, but also from the four founders of the School: Glenn Gould, who created the iconic album cover for Nena, John Lennon, Gershwin and Robert Rauschenberg, and the students themselves. The photography, which is mostly hand-held, which would've been very difficult, but the actors and the actors giving their lines are able to make this film a more genuine, more reality based film. And when the film ends, the viewer is also able to see something the film has not told us: that there was a hidden meaning in the photography of the four founders. In fact, this is a very intriguing film, in the sense of what a filmmaker does to tell a story, but in the sense that the filmmaker, Joshua Bloom, who did it for his art, and not as a journalism job, has told a story which is interesting, powerful and revealing. And this is all thanks to the photographs in the film, which are so extraordinary that they are always interesting, and thus, useful, and so is the performance of the actors. Everyone, be it the first and second generations, will want to see this film, and I'm sure, this is one of the most important films of 2012. But be warned: It is worth it.

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Vincent R.

I think this movie has great potential. It has a strong documentary feel to it. The content is well done, but it has some flaws. First, the documentary style is clunky at times. It seems like they are just adding a bunch of random bits to the movie without any rhyme or reason. Second, I found the movie to be a bit slow. There were a lot of points in the movie that could have been better explained. Third, the movie seemed to lack focus. The film just felt unfocused at times. I would recommend this movie for people who are interested in the Alice Guy-Blaché case. It has great potential and I hope to see more documentaries about Alice Guy-Blaché.

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Alice, also known as Nia Guy-Blaché, was a practicing Catholic and was employed by a religious order in the UK. Alice spent much of her life studying and teaching, writing and practicing art with her husband, Father Aaron. They lived in the countryside, did all kinds of work and spent all of their time in Rome. At the end of her life, Alice died of kidney disease, but the media in London were quoted to have been in Italy the whole time. Alice died peacefully in her sleep and had no witnesses. Alice's voice, which may have been severely damaged by a stroke, was transmitted to be heard by other speakers, many of whom were Catholic and the same age as Alice. But the story of her death was just told. What was being hidden was never said.

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Helen Harvey

I've watched a lot of documentaries in my life, and I've never come across a documentary as truly amazing as this. The subject matter is so raw and direct, it's like watching a documentary about a young child's sexual abuse, with a touch of life-affirming and love. The film is a perfect representation of the struggle of women, as well as men, to overcome abuse. It's also a powerful and honest examination of how women, both in the world and in our lives, are treated by our society. It's truly the most important documentary I have ever seen. I recommend it to everyone, and if you haven't seen it yet, do. It's one of the most powerful documentaries I've ever seen, and it deserves every award that it gets.

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A very interesting and informative documentary. The interviews with some of the key players in the film are very insightful. The film is very informative, and the interviews are engaging. The only reason I am giving it an 8 instead of a 10 is that there were a few scenes that seemed a bit rushed. Overall, the documentary is very well done, and the interviewees were very interesting. It is definitely worth watching.

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Tammy F.

The movie has a nice pace and it moves along nicely. It's not a documentary as some have been saying, it's more like a series of interviews with Alice Guy-Blaché. The director is mainly interested in Alice's life and she was a very talented pianist. The interviews are done with her daughter and the daughter's husband and they are all very good. Alice was very polite and seemed very comfortable in her own skin. The most interesting thing about the interviews is that they are all very detailed and it's not like they just talk about Alice's life. There's a lot of interesting stuff about her father and her childhood. They show some footage of her childhood and her mother and it's very interesting. I really liked that the director was very interested in the interviews. There's a lot of great things in the interviews. I was very impressed by this documentary. I think it's worth watching.

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Wayne P.

This is a fascinating and informative documentary about Alice Guy-Blaché. Alice is one of the most famous and controversial women in history, and her life was a tumultuous one. In the early 20th century, she was a successful lawyer, a socialite, a poet and a painter. She had a fling with a wealthy German aristocrat, and she was a very successful writer. When she married the German aristocrat, he was a philanderer, and he was a bully. He used her to get into her pants, and Alice's feelings of being treated as a sexual object by her husband became unbearable. In the end, Alice decided to leave him, and she moved to New York. She was not happy about her new life, and she tried to take her life. The documentary is very well done, and I recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about Alice Guy-Blaché.

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It's about a girl, Alice Guy-Blaché, who was born with a rare genetic condition, which makes her non-receptive to sounds. For many years, she was paralyzed from the neck down, and has not spoken since her birth. Eventually, her parents decided to take her to see an ear-deafening specialist, who advised her to work with a speech-impaired person. Alice is now 19 years old, and has learned to speak again. This documentary focuses on her life, the challenges she faced in adapting to society, and her extraordinary journey. The director, Michael Daly, did an outstanding job, and the whole family was very supportive. I also enjoyed the interviews with her parents, and the people who worked with her. It was a very moving film, and I highly recommend it to everyone. It's really something to see, and it's something that we don't often hear about. This is a really interesting story, and it really deserves a wider audience.

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Martha Hunt

It is the first time I am writing an article for IMDb. I would have liked to write this on the DVD but I was not sure if the film was going to be released or not. The film had been out for a couple of years. However I was very interested in the film since I had heard it was about a woman who went to prison. I read a lot of reviews on the internet and thought that it had to be great. So I decided to go and see it. However I was not disappointed at all. The film was excellent. It is a very well told story. It is a documentary about a woman Alice Guy-Blaché, who went to prison for killing her husband. I am not sure if the film was released in the US yet but I am sure that it is not. It is a documentary about Alice's life and her conviction for murder. It is not a documentary about her arrest, but it is about her conviction and her life after prison. The film was very interesting. It was a very emotional documentary. It made you cry and it made you feel for the woman. The documentary is well told and you can feel for Alice. The film has a very emotional ending and I think that is the best part of the film. Overall I would recommend this film to everyone. It is a very good documentary about the life of Alice. I think it was very well told. I would have liked to see the film with English subtitles but I am sure it is not going to be released in the US anytime soon. I am sure that it will be released on DVD. The film is very well told and the documentary is very good. I would recommend it to everyone.

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Peter S.

As a devoted fan of Alice Guy-Blaché I have seen many documentaries on the world famous photographer. This documentary was extremely well done. I feel that it is a must see for anyone interested in the great story behind Alice Guy-Blaché.

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This documentary is a good and interesting look at the life and career of Alice Guy-Blaché. It is a fascinating look into her life, and her career. It also features interviews with many of her peers. It is a great documentary that is not necessarily for everyone. It is definitely worth watching.

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Thomas Gordon

I am a 14 year old male. I have an older sister and her friends have always asked me to come to their parties. I have always been very shy and afraid of girls. I am very close with my sister and her friends. But they are very close and love each other. This film was made for my sister and all my friends. I am sure that everyone who loves the same things and love to have fun will love this film. It is so beautiful. I can't believe that this film is not getting the recognition it deserves. I have seen so many documentaries about the drug culture and this movie is just the tip of the iceberg. This movie is so touching. I think this film is so inspiring and shows that there is always a place for everyone in this world. I highly recommend this film to anyone. I truly believe that this film is going to change the world. My sister and all my friends are also going to buy this movie and I think that everyone will like this movie. I highly recommend this film to everyone.

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Lisa Lynch

I was amazed at the lack of positive reviews for this. As a scientist and lover of this tragic story, I feel I must add my voice. I have been researching this for about the past five years, and am still amazed at the lack of attention this story gets. No one has studied this story's roots. No one knows what really happened, who was involved, and why. No one knows what science might have contributed, or has contributed. This is a national treasure, and needs to be re-examined.

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I've seen this film at a film festival and it was one of the best films I've ever seen. It was the most realistic and well-done documentary I've ever seen. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to know more about Alice Guy-Blaché. I was shocked to learn that this woman was so unknown and so much of her life was unknown to the world. The film was well-made and it was very well-acted. I think this is a very important film for anyone who is interested in Alice Guy-Blaché.

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Joshua Wells

Some reviews here are saying this is a documentary.but the title says otherwise. The documentary title is how the movie was made, not what it is. The documentary is a well made documentary. In a way it is an indictment of how corrupt the police were in this city. The world now knows how police treated Alice Guy-Blaché. She had an African and French heritage, she did not speak English, had a white voice, and was abused for no reason. This is a very rare story. Most people are well aware of how illegal police searches are done today. They don't need a doc about Alice and Jean-Michel Blaché in 1986 to understand that. The movie does a good job of pointing that out. I have watched a few documentaries about this case and this one is one of the best. There is no political point, this is just a story. Alice and Jean-Michel were good people. They didn't deserve what they got. It is an inspiring story, it is a real story. 7/10.

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This is a great documentary about the life and times of Alice Guy-Blaché. I love documentaries that show the "behind the scenes" of a documentary. This documentary shows the behind the scenes of Alice Guy-Blaché and how she was able to become the star she is today. The film is really informative, and has a lot of interesting facts and information about her life. The film is also really well made. The film is beautifully shot and edited. The film has a great sound track. The film is also well done and well edited. The film is well made, and it is a great documentary. The film is a must see. I would recommend this film to anyone who loves documentaries, or anyone who is interested in the life and times of Alice Guy-Blaché. I give the film a 9 out of 10.

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I am not a fan of reality TV, but this documentary was fascinating. I was interested in the story of Alice Guy-Blaché. She is an exceptional artist and I was curious to see how she achieved her artistic and artistic talent. She is a prolific artist, who has been in the press for the last 40 years, and her work is very different from other artists. This documentary is very interesting. It does not paint a picture of her life in the past, but the present. It shows the evolution of her work, her time in the press and the conflicts in her life. I would recommend this documentary to all art lovers.

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Lauren Nichols

This is an interesting documentary about the life of Alice Guy-Blaché, a woman who was born with a severe case of Down Syndrome and lived in a state-of-the-art assisted-living home for people with intellectual disabilities. There was no guarantee that the residents would get the care they needed. In addition, many people with Down Syndrome were denied social security benefits because of their disabilities. In this film, the director and reporter examine this issue and the people involved in the care of Alice. They also delve into the lives of the residents and how they changed as a result of the care. It's a fascinating film that's well worth watching.

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Laura V.

I would recommend this documentary to anyone. It's not the kind of documentary you'd watch for entertainment purposes, but it's important and well done. It's an interesting look at the life of Alice Guy-Blaché, who was a very famous and influential playwright who wrote many works in English. There are many fascinating anecdotes about her life and work, and it's hard to imagine that this woman was so much more than a very famous playwright. Her influence was huge and lasting, but it wasn't always well received. She died at the age of 58, but the documentary shows that her work was an enormous influence on the modern American theater. This film was made by the director, Christopher Slattery, and the producer, Amy Joy. It's an interesting look at a fascinating woman, who was a very influential woman. She was a major force in American culture and she was a very prolific writer. She was also very much a woman who made her mark on the theater and she was also a woman who was incredibly creative and innovative. I really enjoyed this documentary. It's a good look at a very important woman. I think it's well done.

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This is a very good documentary. I was a bit disappointed in how it was cut, it seemed to be cut short. But I really enjoyed the way it was shot and the way it was done. It seemed to be shot from the perspective of the people that had been on the ground, and how they were talking about what they saw and heard. I would recommend it to anyone who likes documentaries.

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David L.

This is the first documentary that I've seen that focuses on the life of a female serial killer. It's a story about Alice Guy-Blaché, who was known as "The Beauty Queen" for her sexual exploits. She was a serial killer who killed in the 1970s and 1980s. She was arrested at age 15, and went on to live a double life. She is currently incarcerated in a maximum security prison in Texas, but the documentary is a fascinating look at her life. She is a young woman with a lot of mental issues, who became a serial killer. She is a lot like Ted Bundy. It's also interesting to see her life in the prison, including her relationships with the other inmates. It's also interesting to see how she was able to escape from prison and become a successful writer. I don't want to give too much away, but I think that it's a really interesting story.

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Andrea M.

A true story about a young woman in New York City in the 1960s. This film tells the true story of Alice Guy-Blaché, the young woman who was killed in a car accident. Her life was cut short by her family, the death of her sister, and a tragic fall in love. The film was done in black and white, but the color images are very striking. The narration is by journalist and filmmaker, Michael Moore. I would recommend this film to anyone who likes to watch a documentary about a young woman who was murdered, and not to those who like a movie with lots of action, special effects, and computer graphics.