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Burden is a movie starring Chris Burden, Marina Abramovic, and Vito Acconci. A probing portrait of Chris Burden, an artist who took creative expression to the limits and risked his life in the name of art.

Other Titles
Chris Burden: Double Bind, Chris Burden - portret artysty
Running Time
1 hours 28 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Biography, Documentary
Richard Dewey, Timothy Marrinan
Marina Abramovic, Chris Burden, Vito Acconci, Larry Bell
USA, Belgium, UK, Sweden
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A probing portrait of Chris Burden, an artist who took creative expression to the limits and risked his life in the name of art.

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Catherine E.

The documentary, "Burden: The Untold Story of the Dixie Chicks", chronicles the tragic story of the tragic story of the Dixie Chicks. The documentary begins with a tour of the Dixie Chicks' hometown in Mississippi and the decision of the band members to leave the band. They went on to make several records and played in several famous groups including Ozzy Osbourne, Led Zeppelin, The Animals, and The Police. However, their music and the Dixie Chicks' were lost forever. The documentary was made in 2004 by the band members themselves, who were aware of their tragic situation and decided to share their story. This documentary is an emotional roller-coaster that will leave you speechless. You will not be able to take your eyes off the screen. I think that the best part of the documentary was the music. It is amazing how the music and the people's lives were intertwined. The Dixie Chicks' music has changed the way that many of the country music groups were created. The Dixie Chicks are considered one of the most popular country groups and their music is still being performed and listened to today. The documentary also shows the pain and anger that the band members were going through, and the way that their music affected their lives. This documentary is an incredible story of a band that is forever changed and will always be remembered.

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This documentary does a great job of showing the toll of child labor on American communities. It also shows the many ways that the children of this country are abused, and the often fruitless attempts to help them. One can only hope that more children are not treated like animals. While there are certainly some cases of child abuse, the children in this film are not the type of children that you would want to raise. These children are real people with families and hopes that one day they will be able to go out on their own. I was struck by the similarities between this film and a previous documentary I saw on the same subject. I believe that this documentary is a must-see for everyone who cares about the welfare of children.

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Katherine Sims

As a college student, I was exposed to the horrors of the Vietnam War. But I had never really heard about the torture and killing of the Vietnamese. The documentary, "War is a Lie" tells the story of a young American soldier, Sgt. J.T. Odum, who defected to South Vietnam and was then captured by the Viet Cong. He was tortured and killed. This documentary documents his story and what happened to him. The documentary is incredibly powerful. It is an incredible story and really shows the cruelty of the war. This documentary really shows the inhumanity of the war and the horrors of war. This is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. The film was produced by the Associated Press and the Associated Press was the one that was responsible for the documentary. I recommend this documentary to everyone. This is a must see. This documentary will make you think and change your mind.

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Howard W.

When you think about the works of Robert Frost, you think of a poetic genius. In the end, he was a very good poet and I have to say that this documentary was really a beautiful work. It's about Frost and his poetry, but it's also about the beauty of the land and the beauty of the mountain. I think that this documentary really captured the essence of Frost's poetry. I'm glad that I watched it, because I really liked it.

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Rachel Cruz

If you like documentaries that are very good, and you don't mind seeing them, you should see "Burden". "Burden" is a documentary that will change your life. It tells the story of three women who, through a show of strength and determination, have broken the world record for endurance in the marathon, and have been awarded the American Order of Merit, which is awarded to people who have given their lives for the country, and to honor people who have given their lives for the country. The documentary also tells the story of how one of the women, Jill, had to become a runner in order to keep her foot in the door of the women's marathon, and how she went from a simple runner to a runner who had to take the first steps to becoming a marathon runner. This documentary is a must-see for anyone who likes documentaries that are great and a must-see for anyone who wants to know about the women who are making history.

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Beverly Stewart

I am not going to lie, I had never heard of Cesar Chavez until I saw this documentary. I'm glad I did. This is an interesting, informative, and inspiring look at Cesar Chavez and the struggles he faced and continues to face. The film focuses on the 1970's, the times of the struggle for labor rights, and how Chavez and his allies fought for these rights. The film does a good job of explaining the struggles and the sacrifices that Chavez and his supporters had to make to achieve these rights. It also goes into the reasons why some people did not support Chavez. There are a few scenes that I found to be a bit disjointed, and I thought that the ending of the film was a bit abrupt. It seemed to me that the film should have gone on for another two hours, and I felt that the last ten minutes of the film could have been put together better. The movie is worth watching, and it is well worth the money to buy a DVD of it. It is an important movie, and it should be shown to every person who is interested in the struggle for human rights. I give it a 9 out of 10.

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Jessica Baker

This documentary is the best documentary I have ever seen. It is the most comprehensive account of the life and times of John Lennon and his band The Beatles. The film is extremely well done, it's a real work of art. The only thing that was missing was a soundtrack, but this documentary is definitely worth a listen. The documentary is about the most important time in Lennon's life, the time that he met the people he loved, the time that he was a rebel, the time that he was a human being. It is a very well done documentary, I am going to see it again.

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This is the best documentary I've ever seen. I was expecting a boring documentary, but this was so much more. The information was so accurate, it's almost like it was right in front of me. I felt like I was a part of the story. I was so moved by the story that I was crying. I couldn't believe how much I loved this documentary. It's not only about the woman, it's about the people who are in the documentary, and the people who helped her. I'm so happy that this documentary is so popular, and that so many people can relate to it. I hope that more people will see it, and that more people will learn from this story. I love the way the documentary was shot, it was so beautiful, and the way it was put together was amazing. I think that this documentary should be shown in schools, because it's important for people to know that there are people like this, and that they are there to help people, not just to make money. I'm so glad that people can see this, and learn from it. I hope that more people will see this documentary, and learn from it.

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I have been following the work of Adam Johnson, the director of this film for many years. I first saw his film, "The Prince of Egypt," in the early 1990s and was very impressed. I think his films are generally excellent and "Burden" is no exception. I have enjoyed the film's "bible" the most. I have also enjoyed the many other documentaries about the history of Israel and the Jewish people that have been produced. But this film is different. It is not a documentary. It is a documentary on the Holocaust. The film opens with footage of the atrocities committed against the Jews by the Nazis and follows the stories of four survivors of the Holocaust. It is fascinating to see the three children of one of the survivors. They are clearly Jewish, but they speak with a unique accent that makes them appear more Jewish than they are. This accent is accentuated by the fact that they are filmed from a variety of angles. The film also follows the work of the Holocaust survivors and the children of the survivors. There is a very powerful scene where one of the children is sitting in his mother's living room and sees his mother's face reflected in a mirror. He tells his mother that he is afraid that he will never see her again. The scene is extremely powerful and I found myself weeping. This is an excellent film. I highly recommend it. It is well worth watching.

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Kyle G.

Saw this at the Tribeca Film Festival and found it to be absolutely brilliant. What a wonderful view of a place that we all wish existed in the 20th century. I was particularly moved by the case of Gertrude M. Vance, a renowned African American woman, who was executed for witchcraft in the 1890's, and then raped and tortured by her family. Today we may look back on this case as a turning point, when in fact Vance's execution was in fact an act of political revenge. Her case is one of the most unusual that I've seen in recent years, as it shows that the feminist movement of the 20th century had a lot to say about racism and the oppression of women. The film is very well done, with wonderful archival footage and interviews with people who knew Vance. The narration was wonderful, as was the narration of the documentary, which tells a story that is so seldom told. The director, Peter Nicholas, has done a wonderful job. The documentary runs 93 minutes and was well worth the time and money.

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Gary Riley

This documentary tells the story of the late, great Richard Condon, who, at the age of 80, was the last living living person to have been in space. Condon was a "space tourist" who was sent to the moon by the government to collect samples of soil and rocks that would be used in the construction of a moon base. In doing this, Condon helped to establish the first permanent human settlement on the moon. During his trip to the moon, he became a national hero. It was a very touching film, and I thought it was very well done. The only real criticism I have of the film is the fact that the documentary is a bit too long. It would have been much better if it were shorter. It is definitely worth seeing.

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Kathryn Alvarez

I can't believe this movie has received so little publicity. I think it's a great movie and a great film. I have to say that I'm a huge fan of The Thin Red Line, but I never really liked this movie. I think that the story is just too tragic and depressing. I think that this movie should have received more publicity. It is a great film and I highly recommend it.

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Olivia Cox

This movie is a bit like a film student's preview of their thesis. They've done their homework, and they've sat down to film the project for the class. The director, Philip Braig, has a master's in film-making, and he showed that he could do a good job at this film. The actors in the film are great, from the little children to the men in their 50's and 60's. This is a look at the different cultures, but also looks at the different people's way of living. It was interesting to see the different things that are looked at, and the way they're looked at. This is a film for people who are interested in how different cultures look at one another, and also how different cultures look at one another. Also, I'd like to comment on how much more people get on each other, when they are in their 50's and 60's. Some people live their entire lives in their 20's. Others live their entire lives in their 50's. These people don't seem to get on each other very much. In this film, Braig does a good job at showing the differences in how people in different cultures are looked at. It also shows that people from different cultures can still look at each other and not have problems. This is also a great film to watch with a group of friends, or anyone else who's interested in the different cultures of the world.

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Emily Tran

This documentary is a must see for anyone who has ever been, or who will be, a victim of child abuse. This documentary is not only a must see for victims, but for anyone who cares about children and their future. This documentary is very thorough and has many different stories, and each one of them is very compelling. The documentary starts out with an interview with the author of the book "The Lost Boys of Brooklyn" (which was also the title of the documentary) who talks about the way that the book was written. He says that the book was not written as a true story, but as a story that was told to him. I am not sure if this was true, but I do know that the book was very accurate in what it was telling, and the movie is very accurate in what it is telling. The movie is very accurate in showing what happened to the children in this documentary. There is also a great deal of footage from the documentary that is not in the movie. For example, there is footage of the abuse that was done to the children, and there is footage of the abuse that was done to the parents. I think that the documentary was very well done, and I would highly recommend that you watch it. This is a very powerful documentary that should be seen by everyone who cares about children and their future.

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Keith Wells

I'm a bit skeptical about the rating this movie is getting. I'm sure it's not fair to expect people to sit through a full length documentary about the whole experience of the documentary, but I think the movie is worth seeing. It's a long movie, but it's worth it. I was amazed at how much I could take from it. I'm not a huge fan of the political left, but this movie gave me a whole new perspective on what it is to be a leftist. I'm not a leftist by any means, but this movie made me understand that I'm not alone. I think this movie is a must see for anyone who is not a leftist.

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Olivia N.

I'm a graduate of The American Film Institute and was thoroughly impressed by this film. This is a must see film. It can be watched on the big screen or on DVD or as a three-disc set. It is about a guy named George C. Scott who played the lead role in one of my favorite movies, "Ghost World." He's the best actor in Hollywood and he should have won the Academy Award. He was brilliant in the role. I thought the film was superb and informative about the history of the art of film making and the censorship of "Made-For-TV" films. The film covered many subjects such as the origins of the pictures that the studios are so embarrassed about. Also, the censorship of the films of the 60's and 70's. The film took us on a journey of discovery and it was worth every penny. It was really cool to see George C. Scott in person. He's such a good actor. I highly recommend this film to everyone. It is the best documentary I have ever seen.

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I think the best way to describe this documentary is to say that it is "art". I have never seen such a beautiful and thought-provoking documentary. It is a must-see for everyone. The first half of the film is a beautiful documentary of the late American artist Andy Warhol, who was known for his extremely personal and surrealistic art. The second half of the film is the story of the "burden" of the Burden of the Burden, which is a symbol of Andy's life. It is a great documentary that I hope everyone will see. It is a great documentary, but the first half is really the best part. It is really hard to explain, but it is really worth watching.

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I was skeptical about watching this documentary, but I ended up liking it a lot more than I thought I would. I thought the director did a great job of taking a relatively boring subject and making it interesting. I felt like I was watching the inside of a family, and the way they handled their business was interesting. I think that this documentary would be a good introduction for people who are interested in the same thing I am. I feel like I learned a lot more about how the family handled their business and how they dealt with the money. I also learned that I could trust my family and that they would not lie to me, which was a huge surprise. I really recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in learning more about how a family handles their business.

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Jean R.

HBO's "The Hateful Eight" tells the story of the notorious Sundance Massacre, in which seven people were killed at the hands of members of a white supremacist gang, and the men responsible were convicted of their murders. The events of that horrific year are told in a documentary titled "The Hateful Eight" (2017). The film, which was directed by Quentin Tarantino, looks at the events of the time, but doesn't delve into the killers' motivations, other than to say that the brutality was a product of social isolation and an aversion to black people. Although many have been critical of Tarantino's style of film-making, which includes interviews with filmmakers, actors, and critics, the director is accused of sexism by some, but this film is definitely worth seeing. The best part of the film is that it doesn't glorify the acts of violence, nor does it simply show the events, but provides a lot of background information. The victims are depicted as victims, not as the film does with one scene that shows the execution of a victim and another showing the rape and murder of a woman. The film has a lot of eye-candy, and it's a shame that women were rarely depicted in the film, but it's well worth seeing. It's definitely a worthy addition to Tarantino's filmography, and it is not surprising that it's an all-star cast. Samuel L. Jackson plays the main character, "Scout" Chrisly McMurphy, and he's also a notable filmmaker, with a number of notable works including "Bad Boys II", "Crimson Tide", and "Hateful Eight". But the film does look at how the men responsible for the massacre got their fame and notoriety, which is interesting. The only problem with the film is that the victims were mostly white, which makes it feel more like an education film rather than a film about the history of the incident, which is a shame. However, if you want a documentary about the massacre, I would recommend "The Hateful Eight" to you. 8/10

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Thomas G.

This documentary is a must see for anyone who has ever been to a prison. It shows how prisoners are treated in the general prison system and how they are treated in the correctional system. It is a great look at the system and the people behind the system. I was surprised that this documentary was not shown in the theaters. I was expecting a movie with a happy ending, but I was very surprised to see how many people were not happy about the movie. This documentary was very honest and realistic. I am very glad that they did not show the movie with a happy ending, because I think that would have been very hard to watch. I also was very surprised that they showed the prison system in a very unbiased way. The people who were in the prison system were shown in a very harsh way, and the people who were not in the prison system were shown in a very fair way. I think this movie is very important and I recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the prison system.

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Christine Y.

This is a must-see for everyone who wants to know the truth. It is a compelling documentary that really makes you think about your own life and what you have done. You can see that the filmmakers have done their homework and they are very careful to only show the positive aspects of this story. The people who were interviewed are all quite interesting and the documentary does a good job of showing the side of the story that most people don't want to see. It is a good look at how the people in the story have been treated. The film is well done and it does a great job of showing the good and the bad, but it also shows the good and the bad of the film industry and how people can be so cruel to one another. I highly recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about how the film industry works.

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Cheryl H.

This movie was great and I loved it. It gave me a glimpse into what it's like to be a witness to a murder trial. I'm not a lawyer, but I've had to represent clients accused of murder in court. This movie was very interesting. If you're a fan of real life stories, watch this movie. I'm a big fan of crime documentaries and this is one of my favorite ones. It's interesting to see how the news is viewed. There are some points of view that are different and I think it's cool to have that. The movie is very well done. It was a great movie and I would recommend it to anyone.

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This documentary is a must see for anyone who has ever been or wants to be a poet. It is a deeply personal, and highly entertaining, exploration of the history of poetry and its influence on the people of the 19th century. The documentary is also a perfect tool for the study of the history of the 19th century. The history of poetry is not just a subject to be studied, but a part of the history of humanity. There are so many poetic stories that have been told, and many more that have not been told. This documentary is a wonderful way to explore the history of poetry and the history of the 19th century. It is an amazing film that is a must see for anyone who loves poetry.

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John H.

I'm a huge fan of documentaries. I have watched them for years. I have also been fascinated by the people who made them. I watched this documentary about the people who made the documentary about the documentary. The film is very well done. I was very impressed by the way the people talked about their experiences. They were very passionate about what they were doing. The documentary is very well done. I recommend it to anyone who loves documentaries. I would give it a 10/10.

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Jacqueline Little

This is a very interesting documentary, with lots of good information on the history of the Christian denomination. I thought it was very well done. The director did a great job of making it very understandable. The same is true of the music. There is lots of great music, and the director did a great job of keeping the music interesting and moving. I think this is a very good documentary that anyone can watch and enjoy. I think this is the best documentary I have seen in a long time.

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Frances Dean

I was a bit hesitant to watch this documentary because I wasn't a big fan of David Lynch and I am not a fan of Jeff Bridges but I really enjoyed it and I am sure he was happy he agreed to be in it. I thought the fact that he was able to speak about his life in a way that it could be understood and also be understood by the audience was very well done. I think it was a very good documentary and I hope to see it again. The one thing I would have liked to see would be more of his music. I do not like his music that much but I do like his voice, especially his voice in The Elephant Man and The Elephant Man is a very good documentary. I think it is worth a watch.

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Kathryn D.

This film is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. It is very emotional, but also very enlightening. The film is very good at showing the life of a young girl who was raped and murdered by her mother. She was found dead in the basement of her home. The mother, who is a mother to three daughters, was also the mother of the man who raped and murdered her daughter. I was so moved by the film, that I cried during the first 10 minutes of the film. It is very hard to watch a film like this, when you know what is going to happen. I hope that people who see this film will be able to see that this is a very important issue, and that we need to do something about it. This is a very important film, that you should see.

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I was very fortunate to have the privilege of attending the screening of "Burden" at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival. I was very impressed with the quality of the film, and I hope that the movie will be a hit. It was well-written, well-directed, well-acted, and well-produced. I was especially impressed with the way the film was filmed. It was beautifully shot, and I can't wait to see it again. I think that the audience was really able to understand the pain and the struggle that these women had to go through. It was very moving. I think that this film should be viewed by everyone who is a woman, and especially by women who have been through a miscarriage, a stillbirth, or a miscarriage and stillbirth. I think that this film is a must-see for everyone.

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David Delgado

I was not sure what to expect when I decided to watch this movie. I had seen the trailer and was intrigued by the idea of a documentary about a couple who were in the midst of a divorce. I am a huge fan of the 60's era and I loved the way the story unfolded. The soundtrack was great and the acting was very believable. I was surprised that the majority of the people who were interviewed were not Hollywood stars. They were ordinary people and the movie was a great way to get to know them. I recommend this movie to anyone who wants to know more about the 60's and the people who lived in it.

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Richard Lee

I saw this film last night and I can't get over how powerful it was. It really touched me. The way the filmmaker portrayed the lives of the people he met on the road and how he interacted with them was so moving. It really got me thinking about how I interact with people. I don't really know how to describe this film, but it is a must see for anyone who wants to be a better person. The documentary was very well done and the filmmaker was very well casted. I really can't recommend this film enough. I am truly grateful for the people that made this documentary possible.

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Douglas F.

I've seen all the interviews with Jon Faddis and been fascinated with him for many years now. I had never read his book or seen the documentary "Jon Faddis: Mein Kampf". This is where I learned the story of the author and the man who wrote it. I was happy that Faddis is here to share his story and his comments on the film. I'm a Jewish American living in the US. I was shocked and saddened to hear of his suicide. I understand he had done nothing wrong and was a decent man. I am thankful that he was able to write this book. I'm sure that was his intent. I love the way he talked about the book and the film. It was interesting to hear him talk about his life and what happened. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in what it's like to be a book writer and how books influence peoples lives. I believe the book is one of the most important things to ever be written. If you have not read it, I recommend that you do.

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I was fortunate enough to see this film at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival, and I can honestly say that it was an eye opener. Although this film is not perfect, it is a true testament to the quality of film-making. In a time when the major studios have decided to let the independent film community take over the world, this film proves that independent films are just as good as big-budget movies. The film itself is a must see for anyone interested in the history of film. The acting is amazing, and the direction is a joy to watch. I highly recommend this film to anyone interested in the history of film.

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Anthony H.

This documentary takes you on a journey through the lives of four siblings who all played a significant role in the birth of the internet. The documentary was able to tell the story of the four girls, their families and their teachers with a great deal of accuracy. This documentary is a very powerful and personal look at what made them who they are today. This is one of those documentaries that leaves you feeling very touched. Some of the subjects are quite poignant and I think they are so well portrayed by all the people who were involved. This is a really great documentary for anyone who loves the internet.

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Tyler Rodriguez

I think the reason that the film did not do as well as it should have is that it was made before the internet, and it was not done well. There is a lot of information out there about the history of the movie and it was difficult to get the information out in a short amount of time. I think the best way to view this movie is to just watch it for yourself. You can learn a lot about the movie from reading other people's comments and also by just watching it. The movie is not perfect, but it is an excellent film. I think it is a good film to learn about the history of the movie.

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Roger Weber

This documentary, directed by Chris Gethings, is a wonderful and touching story of a family who has been torn apart by the tragic loss of their son. Their love for each other is still strong. This film is filled with amazing images and footage of the whole family. It is truly an amazing story. The narration is by one of the family members, who has been dealing with grief for years. It is an extremely moving and heart-wrenching experience. This film is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. It is a must see for everyone.

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Grace V.

I was not familiar with this film when it was released in the U.S. In fact, I had never heard of it until the weekend it came out. But I am glad I watched it. It was a great documentary, and I was completely surprised at how it was made. The way that the director presented his findings was very informative and showed his expertise in film making. I was not sure what to expect, but I was very pleasantly surprised by what I saw. This was a very insightful documentary that made me realize that I have not really seen a lot of documentaries about the same subject. It was very good, and I would recommend it to anyone. I was really impressed by the way that it was made, and I would highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in the subject.

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Albert W.

This documentary is very entertaining. The characters are excellent and the story is intriguing. Some of the photography is brilliant. The film's subject matter is an unusual one, but the film is well-made and engaging. The cast members are very talented and fit their characters. There are several interesting revelations about family life and the human spirit. The filmmakers put a lot of time and effort into researching and documenting the people in the film. The characters are quirky and often humorous. The makers have done a good job of making the film a great deal of fun. There are some funny moments, but it is not a laugh riot. Still, it's a good documentary that is enjoyable to watch.

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I am a huge fan of William F. Buckley Jr. and I was eager to see this documentary. As a student at the University of Virginia, I was particularly interested in what the university would have to say about the Buckley-era. I was pleased to learn that the university was not so hostile to Buckley's views. The interviews with the students, professors, and alumni were very informative and fascinating. The movie does a good job of showing the emotional impact of the Buckley-era on those who were involved in it. I also appreciated the fact that the interviews were not filtered through a political agenda. The interviews were very accurate and included many people who were very passionate about the Buckley-era. The film also showed some of the efforts that Buckley and his supporters made to promote the ideas of conservatism. For example, the movie showed how Buckley and his supporters were able to overcome the traditional left-wing bias in the media and the academic establishment. The documentary also showed the attempts by the university to counter the influence of the conservative movement. The documentary was very well done and I look forward to seeing it again.

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Randy Wallace

I really enjoyed this film, although it did hit a little too close to home. I was a teenager in the 70's when the prison system was a blight on our lives, especially when it came to black men. The film really did explore the reasons behind the prison system, the impact it had on the prison population, the problems, the problems, and the impact it had on the black community. It was fascinating to hear from the people who were incarcerated, the lawyers who worked on cases like these. The director, Richard Rouse, did a good job, but he could have done a better job. I think he did a good job in presenting a broad range of perspectives from all sides of the prison system. I really enjoyed it, but there are some things that were a little hard to swallow. For example, the film tries to portray the system as not only racist, but as a culture unto itself, with men who feel they have to be tough. The fact that they are not "hard" is shown, but not demonstrated. The director is a lawyer, and he is the only one who is actually in prison, and he's not the only one who is not tough. We see people who are not just not tough, but who are not tough at all. These guys, for example, are the most likely to rape a woman. They have no respect for women. They are just not tough. There is a whole culture of violence within the prison system. It's the most brutal form of social control there is. I was very impressed with the women in the prison, but the men are not that much better. Some of them are nice, but they're not tough. The women were all very tough, and they all felt it was their duty to kill the men they were in prison with. It is a very graphic film, and I would have liked to see more of the prison population. This is definitely a film for the people who want to know more about the prison system. I would recommend it, but there are some things about it that I wouldn't have liked to have seen. Overall, it is a very well-done documentary.

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Adam Cox

I've seen this film twice now, and I still have a good amount of questions about the history of the Holocaust. This film is a must see for everyone who is interested in the subject. I hope this movie will make it into the curriculum of all history classes, as it is a very important part of the history of our world. I also hope that the people who made this film will be able to make more movies like this. I have a feeling that this movie will go down in history as one of the most important films ever made. It is so important to be aware of what is happening in the world today, and to be able to fight against it. The people who made this movie have a great deal of respect for the Holocaust, and they have been very honest in their portrayals of it. I hope that everyone who has seen this film will be able to see the beauty of the Holocaust, and be able to see the beauty of humanity.

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This movie is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. It captures the heart and soul of two very good men, the families of some of the fallen soldiers, the sorrow, the confusion, and the confusion. Each person is worth the time and the effort to learn about their history and what happened, not what happened. As a veteran myself I am very saddened that this film did not reach its goal of becoming a movement. It is a must see for every American and hopefully for all veterans.

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Mildred Nguyen

I'm a fan of the documentary "Blackwater" and I was very pleased to see this film. It was very well done and I was especially impressed with the interviews with the people who worked on the project. This is a film that will be very helpful to the public. I thought the filmmakers did a very good job of describing the problems that occurred during the Gulf War and the people who were involved in the project. They were able to show the people involved, their feelings about what they were doing, and how they felt about it. The film was very informative and showed the reality of what was happening in the Gulf War. I thought the interviewees were very honest and very honest. They were very candid and showed that they were very concerned about what was going on and how they felt about what was going on. They were very honest and did not sugar coat what was going on. I thought the film was very well done and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in the Gulf War.

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Charles James

I have a personal interest in this topic. I spent the entire duration of my time at Harvard Law School watching, and writing about, "life in the heartland", which is quite a bit of fun. What I found fascinating was the complete lack of support and documentation for this topic. I believe that it should be treated as a bona fide medical condition, something that should be more seriously considered. I also believe that these issues should be included in the first semester of a law school program, where it is clear to the students that they are being exposed to a subject that could make them ill. The only other school to do this was Brown University, in the same area as Harvard, where I had studied law there. I am glad to see that they have made the same decision that Harvard has made, and it is the right one. To see the video on the "Life in the Heartland" website, which is very well done, is an excellent example of how a documentary can be used to expose this topic. It is well-filmed and easy to follow. The way that the video presents the "life" of the characters, and the way that they interact with each other, is a great example of how the topic should be presented. I also really liked the way that the video shows the audience a variety of aspects of the subject. It is very easy to see that the subjects themselves are deeply interested in the topic and can be very compelling. The way that the different characters act in the different situations shows how this topic is quite a bit more complicated than the fact that it is "heartland". The video is very well done, and I hope that it is included in law school programs everywhere. The fact that it is very well done shows the fact that this topic is very much an important one, and that it should be treated seriously. I hope that it will be included in law school programs everywhere.

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I had to watch this film in the first place because I had just seen "Collateral" and it was the last film of 2001 that I watched. "Collateral" was a film that was set in the 90's about two cop's trying to track down a drug dealer in New York. The movie was a bit slow and had a lot of boring moments but it had a great story and some amazing acting. This film is set in the late 80's and features the early 90's acting of Scott Glenn, William Devane, and Tom Sizemore. Scott Glenn and William Devane both play police officers. William Devane is the older of the two and plays a lead role. He is the one that keeps the story going. William Devane is the one who gets involved in the drug business. This is his first big role and he does well with it. He plays the role of the older cop. The story follows the two cop's as they go to New York to do their first big bust. This movie is really good and really shows how one cop's life is changing with the passage of time. The film is very funny and has a lot of great acting. If you are a fan of the 90's then I would definitely recommend this film. This film will make you laugh, and also make you think. Overall I would recommend this film to anyone who is a fan of the 90's.

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Why we make documentaries about a subject that is not only the most difficult thing to explain, but also the most difficult thing to do is beyond me. It is the kind of question that we can only ask ourselves, and the harder the subject is, the more we should be guided by the desire to tell the truth. I wanted to see what documentaries like the ones I've seen on the Rwandan genocide looked like, but all I found were a few personal stories that I had already heard, and I had to rely on my personal knowledge. It is also interesting to see what documentaries are made in the wake of the attacks of September 11, 2001. The filmmakers are from the US, so it is not surprising that they will tell you the stories of Americans who had to leave their loved ones behind. In addition, the American film industry has been accused of making decisions about where to make the films in the US. I found this very interesting. While some people have pointed out that many American documentaries are made overseas, I don't know that that is the case. The two documentaries I watched did not mention the US at all. I don't know why. I was quite impressed with the documentary on the Brazilian soccer team. I wonder if it was because the film makers were from Brazil. I thought it was an excellent documentary. As I said before, the filmmaking technique is very interesting, and the "third act" is very powerful and moving. I was particularly impressed by the way the director presented the documentary and made the narrative flow. I would like to say something about the first hour, because the first hour is the most important part of the film. It is interesting to see what happens in the first hour. In addition, I was struck by the very different way the documentary was presented, but not by the way it was presented. It is an excellent documentary, but it is not a very powerful one. If you want to be moved and enlightened, then it is better to watch it in Spanish. I think it is a very good documentary, but it is not a very powerful one. I recommend it, but not for a mass audience.

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There are few movies that I can watch again and again and not get bored of. This is one of them. It is a good reminder to all of us about the incredible human spirit. If you are not prepared to be moved by the human spirit, then you should not be watching this movie. If you are ready to be moved, then you should see this movie. It is a must see. It is also a must see for all of us who are not ready to be moved.

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This is not a documentary, it is a look into the life of one of the best and most talented comic book artists of all time. It is an intimate look into his work and the pressures, the personal struggles and the inevitable and often-troubling mistakes that come with fame. Christopher Priest has done some truly great work, some of it very dark, but always thoughtful and ever-changing. His story is his masterpiece, his life is his masterpiece, and this is one of his best. He's a genius. This is a must see. Excellent.

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This documentary is the story of a group of young men and women who have been sentenced to death by the state of Arizona. In an effort to "compensate" for the political persecution they suffered after being falsely accused, the group have been forced to become a state-run organization. The documentary gives the story of the men and women, their hopes and their fears. It is shocking and eye opening. In the process, it is also a depiction of the fear that many of these young people have about being falsely accused of rape. Despite the fear of being falsely accused, some of these young people are able to do their part to help the group succeed. The group is run by young men and women from a variety of backgrounds, and it is shown that they are able to do some very difficult things to help these people. This documentary is one that I highly recommend.

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Alexander Banks

I just got back from the screening of "Burden" at the Miami International Film Festival. I was a bit disappointed by the director's statement that this is "not a documentary" and not a "documentary-inspired" film. I felt that the director and the screenwriter of this film really did not give much attention to the facts of the crimes they are describing, instead preferring to focus on the personal feelings of the victims, and especially of the mother, who is now the central character of the film. This left a somewhat shallow impression of what really happened to this family. However, I think that the director and screenwriter did do their best to present the most interesting and important aspects of the events that happened in the so-called "National Capital of Journalism" during the late 1980s and early 1990s. I think that this film was more about the personal feelings of the mother, and her relationship with her children, than it was about the actual facts of the crimes that occurred in the Virginia area of the United States during the late 1980s and early 1990s. Overall, I would say that this film was quite well-made. I hope that it will be shown in many more countries around the world. I would also like to ask the film-makers, who did not have access to the actual crime scenes, to contact me and let me know how they could make the film a bit more accurate and realistic.

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Harry Russell

I have been a fan of the director's work since his first film, "The Devil's Advocate". I was excited to see this documentary, and was not disappointed. It is a documentary about a man, whose family was murdered in a "honor killing" and the story of how he came to terms with his experience. The movie is told through interviews with family members, his close friends, and others. The documentary is well done, and I am glad to have seen it. I am a big fan of the director, and I look forward to seeing his next work.

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Maria Hoffman

A very interesting documentary about the struggle of a woman who is a social worker who is part of a group that is trying to help people in their last days, and also to help them get through the final stages of their lives. She has to get through the "welcome to the family" phase, the "you have a day to live" phase, and the "you're not ready for this" phase. She has to be able to deal with the anger, the depression, the sadness, and the fear that these people are feeling. I really enjoyed this film, and I hope that it will be shown more often.

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This is the best documentary I have ever seen. I was a little skeptical at first, but I was pleasantly surprised. The stories were so powerful, and the timing of the stories was perfect. The way that they were connected, and the way that the stories were told, was so well done. I don't think I will ever forget this documentary. I hope it is seen by as many people as possible. I highly recommend it to everyone. It is truly a must see.

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Angela White

I loved this movie. I'm a science fiction fan and I'm also a film critic. I have watched this movie so many times I have a hard time remembering the names of the actors. I've been on a kick lately watching movies that have been completely forgotten, but this is one of the best. The story is brilliant and the direction is brilliant. I really don't understand how this movie was so overlooked. I hope that it will get the recognition it deserves. It deserves to be in the same league as "Bicentennial Man", "2001: A Space Odyssey" and "2001: A Space Odyssey 2". It is a masterpiece. I'm still surprised at the way the movie was ignored. I'm not sure why this movie wasn't released on DVD, but I'm sure that it will be soon. It deserves to be seen by more people. I'm giving this movie a 10/10.

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Madison D.

After watching the excellent doco 'The Bunker' I was quite skeptical of watching this documentary. I saw it, and felt that the director and producer were on a mission to create the 'truth' about the lives of these people. This is not the case. I felt this documentary was very well done. It does a great job of showing the complex and diverse personalities of these people, and giving an idea of what life was like for them. It is important to understand that these people were all very different and had many different lives. For this reason, I believe that the film was very accurate. I really appreciated the depth that was given to the characters. I was also surprised at the fact that I didn't feel like the characters were being completely truthful. I did feel that there were some times where I could have done with a bit more explanation, but I believe this was part of the purpose of the documentary. I was also surprised at the fact that some of the characters had lived in this building for 30 years. I think this is important to show the complexity of the people living in the building. The people in the documentary seemed to have a very open mind and were very open to talking about their lives. I think this is important for viewers to see that people can be complicated. This film is worth watching and is a great way to experience the lives of these people.

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Alan Jackson

A must see. Documentary is excellent in many ways. It is a "Who said it, and who said it not". There are so many stories and many lessons to be learned, but most of all the connection between the past and the present and the future is what makes this documentary great. This is a fantastic documentary that I highly recommend.

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Some people will watch this movie just for the message. I watched it for the message, the film itself is well made and the narrative is very engaging. The story is of a Christian woman who seeks to end her suffering with her mother. The story begins in 1978 in Romania when Mary Elizabeth Maguire (who is now a nun) was pregnant. Her mother is dying and in her last days she asks Mary Elizabeth to do a good deed for her. Mary Elizabeth travels to rural Georgia to a woman who works as a caretaker for the house of a young boy, Domini. The boy is a bright young man, whom Mary Elizabeth had met while visiting the country in the 60s. The boy's mother (the caretaker) refuses to allow Mary Elizabeth to be with him. Mary Elizabeth eventually does her good deed, and a wonderful time is had by everyone in the house. This is the reason that the film is called "Burden". It is one of those movies that is worth watching over and over again. I believe that this film is a necessary part of humanity, and even though I have not read the book, I am certain that the movie is well written and well acted. The author of the book is also the author of the movie, and the movie is a story based on the book. I hope that this film will be a success and people will watch it to learn about the trials and tribulations of real people. I don't think that the message of this film is a bad message. It is very true and I believe that it is an accurate representation of what life is like for most of us.

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Bobby R.

I have just seen this film and found it to be deeply moving and intellectually stimulating. It contains a very comprehensive analysis of the attitudes of the upper middle class of Europe and America towards immigrants. The film also provides some fascinating insights into the life of a typical immigrant and his struggle to integrate into the world he has come to love and respect. The film was well worth seeing and is highly recommended.

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Gary S.

The story of Kader Khan, a Pakistani boy who was a victim of rape in his country of birth, is the film's highlight. The pain, anger and determination of the boy, who was finally able to have his name changed after the incident, is remarkable. The realisation that he would never be able to hold a job, has not only taken him to the point of total despair but has also forced him to take up an alternative route to a life he has wanted. For many people who are used to their jobs and their country, the idea of leaving their homeland can be daunting. This film shows the impact this can have on a young man who has little or no access to education, and who has to rely on other people for food and other necessities. This is also true for Kader Khan's family, who are still struggling to recover from the trauma. I do not want to give away too much of the film but I do want to say that it is not only a story of a young man's journey but also an example of what can happen when young people are forced to leave their home. The truth about this issue is far too often overlooked. It is not just a story about a girl whose father is missing, it is also a story about a young boy who has no one to turn to. The film's message is that you are not alone in the world. You do not have to hide your pain or suffer the consequences of your actions in order to gain support. There are many people who are here to help you. There is no need to hide the pain. Everyone deserves to live in a safe place where they can live their lives and learn about themselves. You do not have to choose between what is right and what is wrong. There is no right or wrong. All you have to do is do the right thing.

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Jennifer Graham

Piece is so heartfelt, even tho the end is so depressing. The only one I didn't like was the voice-over in the end. If you're open-minded, you will laugh, and even though it is very sad and depressing, the director really shows you his heart. You really feel like you have to understand what he's going through and all of his struggles and problems. And for me, it was a pretty good movie, but it's not the kind of movie that I would ever want to watch again. It was too depressing. I mean, you can't have a happy ending in a movie like this. And yeah, it is really sad. I think this was a really good movie. But for me, it's not the kind of movie I'd watch again. I think it was a little too depressing for me.

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Benjamin Stevens

I found this film to be very enlightening. The main purpose of the documentary was to help the viewer to develop a better understanding of the actual numbers of people that have died in this incident. I believe that this documentary, while being a well-done piece of work, was a bit over-simplified. The film is basically a compilation of photos and footage taken by the first responders, and also includes interviews with people who were interviewed for the documentary. One of the questions I had after watching this film was, "Why are the firefighters depicted in this documentary, all being portrayed as heroic and "good guys" to the extent that they are willing to risk their lives to save people, only to be demoted for good behavior? And when one of the firefighters in the film is not seen in action, why not show that his fellow firefighter was demoted? Why not show that the firefighter was demoted for using excessive force and using excessive force on people? One of the many questions that were asked in the film was, "Why do the firefighters portray themselves as heroes?" Another question I have is, "Why do they paint themselves as heroes?" One of the most interesting parts of the film was when the firefighter who was demoted had his statement to the mayor of Boston and the mayor said, "You are not only taking the city of Boston down, but you are taking the city of Boston down. The firefighters that I have been in touch with have told me that they have been frustrated, disgusted, and offended by what I am doing." It was also interesting to hear that a firefighter that had taken part in the attack on the World Trade Center in 1993, told the cameraman of the documentary, "The firefighters were there to save people. The firefighters are not there to make people happy." I believe that this film will be helpful to anyone who is interested in the firefighters and their role in the tragedy of September 11th. It will also be helpful to anyone who is interested in how to create a safer world and bring peace to the world.

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Jean S.

This film is about a gifted young man who suffers from a severe brain injury. The subject of the film is his struggle with his disability and with the people around him. It is a great insight into a man who is somewhat shy and reluctant to talk to others about his disability. He has difficulty thinking clearly and his speech is extremely slurred. He is even capable of signing the "Obey Me" pledge, but he prefers to let others dictate to him. The film is very well done and informative. The interviews are fascinating and bring a sense of wonder and amazement into the viewer. The filmmakers present a man with no family and a mother who has divorced him and had no role in his life. He is a very introvert and self-reliant individual who does not want to spend time with anyone or to talk about his disability. The filmmaker plays a fair bit of clips of his daily life and interviews his mother and other family members who have seen the film. This film is not for everyone, but I think that it is a great way to learn more about a disabled person and what it is like to live with one.

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Emma P.

I knew about this documentary for a while, and I was eager to see it. I had the impression that it was going to be a good documentary, but I wasn't sure what the subject would be, so I didn't see it until the end. This is definitely a documentary that anyone who enjoys movies or documentaries should watch. I thought that it was a bit too long, but I do think that it would be great to have a lot of scenes that would make you want to watch it over and over again. I liked the way that the movie ended, and that the director didn't try to put in too many big shots. I also liked the way that the movie ended, and the way that it started, and that the music was in the right place. Overall, I thought that this movie was very good. I really liked the way that it ended, and I think that the director did a very good job. I recommend this movie to anyone who likes documentaries. I also recommend it to anyone who likes movies or documentaries. I give it a 9 out of 10.

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Zachary Watkins

I am always very grateful to my wife for sitting through all the crap that is usually shoved in front of me. I think that the movie is very well made and it is very well made. I never thought that the world would end but I'm glad it did. I was very happy to see a little kid in the movie, I wish there were more movies that showed children. The movie is about how people cope with the fact that the world is ending. I think that it is very important to talk about this topic because it will bring up questions and it will raise awareness. I think that the movie is very well done. The movie is based on a book by David Ray Griffin called "End of the World." Griffin has said that he will not do a sequel to the book but that he does not know if he will do a sequel to the movie. If there is a sequel to this movie I would definitely be interested in it. If you are a Christian or a believer that is struggling with the fact that the world is ending you should watch this movie. It will open your eyes and will bring up some new questions that you may not have been thinking about.

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Ruth R.

First, I don't know what I expected from this documentary. I don't think it's possible to come across a documentary about the African-American prison system that wasn't completely depressing. There are many instances of violent behavior and stupidity by the guards and staff. The worst was when a mentally-ill man was chained up in the infirmary and a group of guards tried to rape him. After the assault, the guards left the room and walked away while the patient was still there. In fact, this could have been prevented. This is a shocking incident, and it is the reason the documentary is so depressing. We all know how often the guards act violently in prisons. But what's even more surprising is the indifference of the other guards and the medical staff. There was one guard who was reprimanded for being rude to another guard, but he didn't even bother to talk to him. The same guard appeared to be involved in the rape and assault of the patient, but he didn't even try to do anything to stop the assault. He simply walked away and left the scene. Other guards also did nothing to help the patient. One guard took a guy out of the infirmary and left him there, but when the patient was finally let out of the prison, he didn't even bother to try to take him to the hospital or even call the police. This is just one example of many, but there are many more. This is the reality of prison life for many African-Americans, and it is also the reality of the prison system for many other people. For a documentary about the prison system, it is very well done. It makes you feel very sorry for the people that are incarcerated. But what this documentary also shows is that there are many good things about prison life. I know that the documentary says that the guards and staff are the most violent and racist, but it's not the case. I have known many guards and staff who have behaved like that. I have also known a couple of guards who have been raped by inmates. I know that there are guards and staff who are as racist and violent as the guards. This documentary doesn't say that this is the case, but it's still pretty bad. However, it is certainly possible that the guards and staff are not that bad. It is also possible that some guards are as bad as the guards. We don't know that for sure, but the documentary clearly shows that it is possible.

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John N.

This film made me realize just how powerful a relationship can be and how little we know about each other. It was also very helpful in not only learning the history of the relationship between Al and Adele, but also to discover how different our own relationships are. There is a lot of information given in the film and it's definitely an eye opener. In regards to the relationship between Al and Adele, I don't know if they're related but they seem to have a similar mindset and I think it was very true to how they interacted. They weren't really together during the whole of the film, and I think that's what made it so interesting. I also think it helped me understand the idea of "love is blind". The biggest thing that I learned from this film is that while we may think that we have a close relationship with someone, it's not really that close. We may have been so in love with them that it's hard for us to see that there are differences between us. When you begin to learn about different people, it's important to remember that there are so many different personalities out there. We need to remember that we're not the only people in the world, and that we can find people that are just like us, and may even be more like us than we think.

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Anna P.

This is the best documentary I have seen about the death penalty. It has a very short length, but the subject is important. After watching this documentary, I can only think that it would have been better if it had been longer and more in-depth. It's certainly interesting to hear about the poor treatment of the death row inmates, but the documentary itself is quite dull. However, this is a good documentary. It's based on the true story of Clarence Darrow. The movie is about the real Clarence Darrow and the campaign he ran against capital punishment. I think that this is the best documentary about the death penalty that I have ever seen. The documentary is filled with facts about the death penalty, but the real subject of the documentary is how Clarence Darrow fought to abolish the death penalty. It is also interesting to see the changes that Darrow had to make to his organization in order to achieve his goal. He changed the name of the organization to the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Prisoners. The documentary covers this period in the life of Clarence Darrow. It is interesting to see how the people who helped Clarence Darrow in his efforts to abolish the death penalty became a part of his organization. This documentary is not very long, but it is very well done. It is very informative and it is quite interesting. Overall, I recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in the death penalty and the subject of Clarence Darrow.

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I had to have it on video so I went to the video store and saw that the DVD was $5.99. I was glad because I was thinking it was $5.99. It was $9.99. I didn't even want to pay $10.99. So I looked around and found it was still $9.99. And I wanted to see it again. It was better than I expected. The documentary goes into detail about how he came to be called "Burden" by the local sheriff. He also talks about the reasons why he wanted to become a police officer. He was born in West Virginia, he grew up in the mountains of West Virginia, he studied law at West Virginia University, he became a law enforcement officer in 1977. He and his wife, a retired West Virginia police officer, had two sons. His son, a current police officer, is the son of the local sheriff. He was raised in the mountains. So they were very close and were very good friends. He had friends, a wife, a son, and a daughter. The sheriff and his wife were very protective of him. They were the ones who took him out of the woods. So, for most of his life, he was always with them. And they were the ones who raised him. And he had a pretty good life. He didn't have a whole lot of money. He had a steady job, and he was able to put food on the table. He was always able to have a good life. The son was in college. He was a graduate of West Virginia University. He was going to be a law enforcement officer, but the son said, "I'm not a law enforcement officer." So he said, "I'm going to be a police officer." He was getting his degree from West Virginia University. So, he got a law enforcement degree from West Virginia University. Then, he went to work as a police officer in the Mt. Airy Police Department, but he had to switch departments because of a hospitalization. So he was working in a North Carolina Sheriff's office, but he got fired because of a hospitalization. He was also working at a Mount Airy Police Department. He got to see how some police officers had to deal with abuse of drugs and people who were addicted to drugs. He got to see how the police officers in the North Carolina Sheriff's office had to deal with it. He got to see

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Arthur Welch

I have a feeling this movie will get more hate than it deserves, I'm sure it's getting a lot of attention from many people. It is a documentary, but more of a documentary on how the men of that era lived than a documentary on how they died. This is a period in history where the women were considered second class citizens, the men were granted the rights that women enjoyed in other countries. It's quite shocking to me that no one can say a woman has a right to vote, or the right to be an equal partner, but it's not really a big deal, as we live in a time where women can do whatever they want, as long as it's not illegal. It's not a period where the men were actually treated like garbage, and not treated well. Yes, I agree that the movie does not cover the whole story, but it is still interesting. I would have liked a bit more footage, and maybe more background on the men, but overall it's an interesting film, and I think it would be nice to see more about the period in which this documentary was made.

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When I first saw the trailer for "Burden" and heard that a documentary was to follow, I was excited and thought it was going to be really great. I was very wrong. After the film ended, I felt as if I just wasted 2 hours of my life. I just wanted to hit the pause button and walk away. The whole time I was thinking to myself, "What was that all about?" I was very disappointed. "Burden" was a really good documentary. I enjoyed every minute of it. The film did a great job of following the victims of this horrendous crime and it was very well done. The movie was very powerful and it really put the lives of these victims in perspective. I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in how an act of violence can have such a devastating effect on a family. There are so many things that you can learn from this movie. I would recommend it to anyone who likes documentaries.

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Sara H.

I loved this documentary because it shows the struggle of Michael Brown Sr. in a very clear way. He had to come to terms with the fact that he is a part of a great tragedy. The documentary does not focus on the man who actually shot him, but on his son and the way he tried to help him. The director has shown great restraint in showing the police officers who defended him. You don't see any of the police officers' faces, but you see the man in the street, and you see his angry face. You also see the relationship between his son and the police officers, who had to protect him, and were afraid of him. I liked this movie because it shows a human side to the tragedy of Michael Brown Sr. I also liked that it showed that Michael Brown Sr. was not a thug, but a peaceful man who just wanted to be treated with respect. That's why I loved this documentary so much. I wish I had known more about the family, because I would have appreciated it even more. Michael Brown Sr. is a man who should be in the spotlight more than he was. I think that he was only remembered because he is black. But I think that this movie could have been more about him, and it's impact on society. It would have been more realistic, because we don't really know much about his family. I think that his son is a good man, and he is trying to do the right thing by him and his family, and that's why he is fighting so hard. It is sad that we don't know much about the Brown family. I hope that the family gets the support that they need. I also think that the police officers that defended him are heroes, because they did what they had to do to protect him. I hope that they get the support that they need, because they deserve it. I also hope that we see more movies like this one. It really does change things, because it shows what people really feel. We can all learn something from this movie. I am still angry about the way that it was portrayed. I am also still angry about the way that the police officers treated him. But I am also angry at how the police officers treated the protesters, because they treated them like animals. This movie really shows the truth about the situation in Ferguson. It shows that we have to change the system and get a police officer in every neighborhood, because we don't need that anymore.

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Nathan Arnold

I was impressed with the content of this film. The viewer gets to see the people who were affected by the disease and their stories. The documentary was very well done and I enjoyed it. I thought the filmmakers did an excellent job in portraying the disease as it really was. I thought it was very well done and the director did an excellent job of getting the people's stories. I thought the director did a good job in getting the people's stories and I thought the film was well done. I also thought the film was well done in showing the people's stories. I thought the film was very well done in the way the people were portrayed. I think that this film is very well done and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in the disease. I would also recommend this film to anyone who is interested in learning more about the disease. I think this film was well done and I would recommend it to anyone.

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Joshua S.

I don't know why it is so hard to get this film out to the public. The film is about a man who is on his death bed, and the man who made him go on his death bed. I was surprised that the film didn't have a political message, but it was made for a reason. I don't know how many people know about this man, but I sure do. He is a very caring, loving, and kind man who made a difference in the lives of many people. I would recommend this film to anyone who has ever cared for a loved one, or have been touched by someone who was touched by someone else. It is a great film, and I would recommend it to anyone.

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Gloria B.

I just watched this documentary, and was greatly impressed. It is a very interesting and in-depth look at the life and times of the legendary singer, singer/songwriter, and actor, David Bowie. It was an amazing, well-made documentary, and it was a pleasure to see the man and the legend who was once considered the most famous man in the world, live and in person. I have never been so moved by a documentary in a long time. The documentary was very well done, with great photography and art direction. The interviews with the musicians, Bowie, and his family, was very interesting, and I think it was a great effort to get the story from his family. I think the documentary really gave Bowie the recognition he deserved. The documentary is also very well-made, and the editing was very well done. I think the music was also very well-made, and the photography was very well-done. It was very well-made, and I think the documentary is very well-made, and it is an amazing documentary, that I would highly recommend.

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Larry Walsh

I remember the days of the Manson family. They were known for their crazy murders and there was a group of people that believed them. We were all fascinated with them. When this documentary comes out, I don't think I will forget the whole thing. I think it will stay in my mind. I was too young to understand what was happening. I still do not know what Manson was going for. I have watched a few documentaries on him but this is probably the best one. I think the main thing I have learned is that he had to go through a lot of horrible things. The victims are too many to count. We know how they died and the men were usually burned alive or had their throats slit. The government killed them and now they want to keep it all secret. They have even talked about killing off the Manson Family. This documentary shows the life of this family and how it affected a lot of people. I think it should be shown in schools. The kids will understand what it was like and be inspired. This is the best documentary I have ever seen on a subject that I think many people should know about. I have seen many documentaries on other subjects but this one is the best. I think I will watch it again and I would recommend it to anyone. It is a must-see.

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An incredible and emotional documentary about the tragic death of 16-year-old Sarah Hansen, who was raped and murdered in New York City in 1989. Hansen's mother, now deceased, was one of the people in the crime unit of the New York City police department, and was forced to leave her job as a school psychologist after her death. Her father was a police officer, and was one of the police officers who found and arrested the main suspect, Paul Kersey, a mentally disturbed young man. The parents of the two children who were raped and murdered, had made a big deal of Kersey's arrest, and he spent many years in prison for raping and killing the children. The documentary is based on an oral history interview, which I found very powerful. It was well done, and had a good pace, and a good amount of interesting and emotional material. I found the documentary to be very personal, as the Hansen's family dealt with the loss of their daughter. The Hansen's fought for justice, but Kersey's trial was much more difficult, because he was mentally unstable. In my opinion, Kersey's case should have been a textbook case for the rest of the country, but the result was very different. I'm glad to see that a documentary about Kersey was made, and I'm glad that the public was made aware of this story, and it was a very emotional topic to deal with. This was a film that I highly recommend to all who are interested in this story.

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Jacob M.

This documentary is an excellent look at the process of finding a new home for a homeless person. It covers the issues of housing, legal issues, mental health, and the city's efforts to keep the homeless out of the public. The main problem is that the city doesn't have the resources to keep a homeless person in a shelter for the duration of their stay. They have to move them to a motel, which is not a long term solution. The documentary also discusses the homeless person's mental health and how they are able to cope with their situation. This is a very important issue that should be discussed and the city's efforts to keep the homeless out of the public are not really surprising. I also found the documentary to be very informative about the homeless person's problems. It covers what they are going through, how they are coping, and what they are going to do to get out of the situation. This documentary is very well done and it is definitely worth watching.

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Sara H.

I saw this film last night and I was surprised by the powerful message it had to deliver. The film is beautifully shot and the characters are compelling. I can't really say anything about the film without giving it away, but I will say that the film is a unique look at the lives of the characters. The film was shot entirely in the same location as the film and is a beautiful thing to behold. The story of the film is not overly political, nor is it overtly political. It is not about any particular politician or party. It is about the human condition and the way that people think about the world. It is a great film and I recommend it highly to anyone who wants to see something that will change their life. I would highly recommend this film to anyone who wants to see a film that is not political.

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Craig W.

There are not many documentaries that I watch at all. But this one was a must-see. The raw, unedited, unedited style of the film is really amazing. You really can't get any of the details of what it was like to be a gay man in those days, but you can see how people lived, and how those times were quite horrifying. This film is very interesting to watch, and there are a few people in the film that you would never expect to talk about this kind of thing. I had no idea that Mike Tyson was in it, but his face is always on the screen, and he is a very important part of the story. The stories are told in such a raw way, but it is so touching and so funny, you really have to see this film. I'm sure it will be a huge success, and I am really looking forward to what the future brings.

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Bryan Andrews

I was fortunate enough to attend the screening of this documentary. It is about the "Burden" campaign, which was launched by President Bill Clinton in 1994. The documentary is divided into several chapters, and features interviews with various prominent people in the country and the world about their own experiences with AIDS and their concerns about the future of the planet. Some of the things that struck me about the film were how clearly it was addressing the personal experiences of the people interviewed and how it was able to convey a sense of hope and hope for the future. The way in which the documentary was edited was amazing. In some chapters, there were short interviews that were very important and of great importance to the people that were interviewed. In other chapters, there were interviews that were brief, but when they were in the same place, it was very important to the people that were interviewed. In this way, the documentary helped bring out the personal stories of the people interviewed. One example of this is the chapter about the president of India, who is interviewed in one of the chapters and tells his story of being the victim of the "Monsanto virus." There are several other examples of this. Also, the documentary was very effective in showing how the "Burden" campaign had been abused and misrepresented in the media. I would have liked to see a lot more of the footage of people having their private health information stolen by the media. It would have been interesting to see what people said to each other about the campaign, and how it affected them personally. This documentary is also a great example of how different groups of people and different cultures, faiths, and beliefs have come together to help a sick society. There are many examples of this, but it is clear that many different groups have come together to help the world heal. I hope that people will see the film and see that they can't help what they can't see. We are all in this together.

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Hannah Keller

I really like this documentary. Not only because it is a lot of fun to watch, but also because it makes you think about the world we live in. The movies we watch have become a major part of our life, and one could be forgiven for thinking that the world is in general run by, or for, people. This documentary however, shows us a different side of things. When you look at the lives of the people who live in our world, you see that there is a great variety of stories, and it is not all the same. You find that not everyone can be treated the same, and even when you look at the world from this perspective, it is still not always the same. This is what makes it so interesting, and it also makes it so interesting to watch.

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It's hard to believe that this documentary could be made in 2013, when we are still struggling with an epidemic of HIV, and the very idea that a small percentage of us could contract the disease and live to see the age of 70 is terrifying. The film does an excellent job of telling the story of the British gay and bi community in the 1970s, while it explores the reasons why people with AIDS could be so readily attracted to their peers. The portrayal of the AIDS epidemic, the "gay mafia" and the "gay club scene" are especially well-done. Many of the scenes are dramatized, like when John Prine's character tries to kill himself and his lover in a toilet, and we hear many of the many stories that are presented. There is an equally powerful depiction of the hopelessness of many of the gay men, and the heartbreaking look of the other people in the world who were not as fortunate as the people they knew. Many of the themes in this film, including the links between the AIDS epidemic and sex, the homophobia of the time, the "bond" between lovers, and the memories of the gay and bi community, are really important. This film is a must-see for any student of human sexuality.

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Kelly F.

This film has more heart and emotion than the typical movie. It takes you back to a time when America was young and still had the same values that make America so special. I recommend it to all who have seen the movie and have become passionate about a country and a history. This film is very emotional and powerful. It tells the story of how a young boy named Bobby McPherson was murdered and never told the truth about what happened. It tells the story of a young girl named Mary "Sally" Clark who saw Bobby McPherson's murdered body and became obsessed with finding the murderer. I will say that some parts of the film are a little confusing but if you don't have too much to think about, the movie is quite interesting and well worth seeing.

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Frances D.

I liked this movie a lot. The subject matter is extremely serious and important. Unfortunately, many of us take it lightly, because we don't really think about the problems the world is facing. The fact is, almost every country has a problem, or has problems. This movie shows us the differences and similarities between the various cultures and countries. I was surprised that almost all the people interviewed are Americans. It shows how far apart we are. This is a good movie to show to your children, or to your friends. It makes us realize how far apart we really are. We still have a long way to go, but the change is happening.

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Jane Ramirez

There is a young woman in the Los Angeles area who has lived in the house where she was murdered for nearly four decades. I saw this documentary at a press screening and I thought the film was well done. It was a bit slow in parts, but it was worth watching. The young woman who owned the house that was used as the murder scene has an interesting story about her involvement with the crime. As the film shows, there are other people in the area that were in the house when it was occupied by the family. The story was told in a manner that is in keeping with the history of the house. The film also is accompanied by a very good audio commentary track. I'm glad I found this documentary. I plan to watch it again.