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When Two Worlds Collide

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Other Titles
当两个世界碰撞时, Zderzenie dwóch światów, El choque de dos mundos, Quando Dois Mundos Colidem, Lo scontro di due mondi
Running Time
1 hours 43 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Heidi Brandenburg, Mathew Orzel
Peru, UK, USA
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

Comments about documentary «When Two Worlds Collide» (23)

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Alan W.

How does one take this film seriously? How is it that one is allowed to continue watching the film, but not actively following it? Perhaps it's because it is too much like "Life on Mars?" How is it that in the same planet, there is a story line that is entirely different from the story line that is happening here? Or maybe, this is just because we all need a break from the stories that are being told to us, and allow us to have some space to take in the scenery and experience. This film was a great test case for me, as I am so familiar with this narrative. I have no problem with that, but I had to take a break and make myself eat a bowl of cereal before I could work it out. No real action of any kind, no energy, just some idiotic narration of a similar type of scenario. That's really all this movie had to offer. After a couple of minutes of it, I had to take a break, as I was getting bored and lost. I am sure that when I return to this film, I will be forced to work it out. A great documentary on the history of media and film, but with a good dose of humor. Just like Star Wars was, this is a good film to watch if you are into the same genre.

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Vincent Austin

The movie tells the story of two Russian brothers who were at war with each other, during WWII, and they are trying to rebuild their life. They lived in Germany during the war and then fled to Russia, to help with the war effort. When they meet, there are similarities of how they see and feel towards each other. The love they have for each other is felt even though they have to make choices for survival. This is very heartwarming and I recommend this movie to anyone.

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Jeffrey Schultz

The filmmakers have done a great job of bringing us in to the world of the spiritual community, as we sit in the brightly lit auditorium, watching a scene that resembles a cross between a rock concert and a one-hour soap opera. The material is presented as a documentary, and the performances are only given on video, so they are presented in the style of a documentary. The filmmaker, Michael Hirsh, is a remarkable man, and in addition to his years in ministry, he has been a highly successful screenwriter. His past work is the masterpiece in New Testament history, with "The Last Temptation of Christ," which has to be one of the most touching love stories ever told on screen. His newest film, "The Unforgiven," was extremely successful, but was also a stepping stone to writing screenplays. I highly recommend this film to anyone who wants to understand the spiritual community, and it can be quite challenging to understand, although some of the language used is quite understandable. I found the end of the film to be very moving and to show the true spiritual value of love. It was also beautifully filmed, and you can tell that the filmmakers have tried to keep as much of the scenes as possible consistent with the documentary format. This is one of the rare spiritual films that is just good to watch.

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Brandon W.

I had the pleasure of seeing the film last night at the Tribeca Film Festival, and was really impressed by it. It is a documentary about the film festival in Reykjavik, Iceland, that ran from 2004-2008, and it tells the story of the festival and how it changed the world of film. The idea of a festival to see the best in films is not new, and it's not a new idea to see a film at one. However, this film looks at how one festival became a movement, and how many of the people involved in that festival became known in their own country. The film also looks at the process of making the festival, and how many of the film festival organizers came from very different backgrounds and backgrounds to what they ended up being. The film includes interviews from both the festival organizers, and festival attendees. It's a really good and fascinating film. I think that if it were made in a more conventional way, it would have been a little less interesting. I also think that the film could have focused on certain things, such as the reaction of the audience, or certain subjects in the film. That's because that's the part of the film that is really important, but the film kind of gives you the impression that it doesn't give you a lot. So, I think that's what is good about the film. But still, it's a really good film, and I think that it's worth seeing, and I recommend it.

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Patrick H.

A wonderful documentary that will leave you thinking, feeling, and downright ecstatic about a time you will never forget. It truly is a moving story of the peoples of the time and it truly is the defining moment of a time. The interviews with the families of the victims is fascinating and heart-warming. It is truly a beautiful story of a time that will always live with you. It is a true love story, a true tragedy, and a true celebration of humanity. A film that I am sure many will be able to relate to. I have loved this film from the start and have been totally enthralled by it. The story of a time that is not as easily forgotten. Truly inspiring.

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This is a good look at the nature of the human brain, using neuro-imaging. It covers the head, heart, and eyes as well as brain function. This is in a way, a less clunky presentation than if you were watching a 3D movie. You see more than you should. But you will see a lot of brain activity. It's a real good look at the brain in action, and it is very educational. The first half of the movie is actually pretty funny. I particularly like the bit where they show how to work a machine through the brain. That is pretty great, because the actual content of the movie is of a much more serious nature. You also get to hear some old stuff about how the brain functions, and how some of the interesting discoveries of neuroscientists have come from that. That gives a sense of some relevance to the movie. The other part is about how the brain works, and some interesting news items. It is a bit of a long movie, but it gives a good idea about how it functions. You might want to go back to this movie a few times, but if you are in the mood for a good look at the human brain, you should watch this movie.

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I'm a mother of two kids. The thought of having to choose between two kids at the next school dance terrified me. Even worse, the girls were in my class and I felt embarrassed for the girls because they felt they could have a ball. But having to choose between my daughter's and my son's school would have been just as scary. I thought of this documentary after I was at my mother's funeral. My daughter just turned 6. She went to a private school in the suburbs. I had a daughter, too, but had been raised in the city and had never been to the suburbs. I'm so glad that my daughter and her friend came back home to see what a great school their new school was. And then I thought about my daughter's and my son's choice of school. What were they thinking? What would they have done if the girls were there instead of the boys? What would they have done with their own kids if they were raised in the city? Would I have chosen my daughter's school? Would I have had to? My daughter's school was always going to be better than my son's school. But she still had a choice. And then I found out my son's school was at risk of closing down because of the economic downturn. I'm so glad that he was not allowed to go to a different school. I think I would have gone to his school, but I didn't want to have to choose between my son and my daughter. So, if your daughter or your son is growing up in the city and has to choose between your son and your daughter, do your best to convince them that your daughter's school is better than theirs. Even if it's not. The fact that they are probably going to have a good time growing up in your new school. And, you have to tell them that it is because of the new people in their school. If your son is growing up in the suburbs, tell him that he could be friends with any boy who comes in to the city. And, you don't have to have to say it. Just say it. I would love to see this film on television. I'm sure that it would make a great documentary. If you would like to see it, please write the filmmakers.

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I love documentaries and it was refreshing to see a film about this subject matter. I was excited to see a film that was not over hyped. This movie was not what I had anticipated. I am not religious and I do not believe in the existence of ghosts or aliens. The movie was set up to be about the biblical account and the 2nd miracle. The story did not feel real to me, the story just seemed fake. If you go into this film with that in mind, you will be pleasantly surprised. The film had some flaws, but I think that was the way they wanted the film to be. I am glad they did not focus on the angels or the bible as they felt that it was wrong to do so. I would definitely recommend this film.

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This is a must see documentary about the major break down of the Sri Lankan Civil War. The first thing I thought about was the fact that I never really knew much about Sri Lanka. After watching the documentary, I have found myself in a country I have never been before. The first thing I want to say is that the documentary was very well made. The documentary is a 10 minute shot showing the main characters of the story, then again showing their friends and neighbors and then again a little bit of the Sri Lankan Army, and finally again the story is broken into chapters. The story of this world wide war has never been told before, and it's a really great movie to watch. I hope people will learn from this movie. When I see the people I know and their stories, I can't help but to feel for them. As a kid I never understood the war and the war is something that I never would have understood and also a war that is completely devastating. I do recommend people to watch this movie, because it is a really interesting and well made documentary.

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Ann D.

A relatively new documentary that is largely ignored in the American mainstream. The film documents the bizarre relationship between the shaman/beast of Mandal and the ancient Indian tribe known as the Ainu. The film also covers the folklore surrounding the Ainu and how they are depicted in various Japanese culture. A great film that exposes the strange relations between the two peoples. Highly recommended.

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Charles G.

This is a great documentary. The message is a bit too obvious, but this documentary is meant to draw attention to how far we've come since the days when people did not know each other. I can imagine that the current population could benefit from some education in this area. So let's go back to the beginning and give credit where credit is due.

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I really like the film and all the work done to try to make it more coherent and understandable. What seems to be missing from this film is a way to add context. Instead of a random sequence of events that are then easily interpreted, we get to see how the entire world was in turmoil for the majority of the film. This doesn't make the film better because the film doesn't really do anything but bring up a bunch of questions. Why was it that the Maya was able to survive for so long despite being surrounded by the unknown? Why was it that the Maya were able to drive the Maya out of their territory? Why were they able to be so ruthless and ruthless at the same time? Why did the Mayan know how to read hieroglyphics? Why did the Maya keep people in their territory instead of enslaving them? Why did they have the ability to build massive tombs in so short a time? Why did they always look like they were having fun while the Maya were having so much trouble? I really like the film, but I really wish there was more information added to the film. I hope that this is the direction it will be heading in the future. The movies can be a little boring and the plot can seem like it's going in circles. But this movie really proved to me that sometimes there's a lot of stuff that we don't know that we do know, and that's great!

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Robert Perry

This is an interesting documentary that is very touching and a tribute to two musicians. The story of how both John Lennon and Bob Dylan met in the middle of the European war in the early 60s. It's about two famous songwriters from the same country, where they had a lot of influence, that started to collaborate and become more and more popular, until one day, they just gave up. It's very touching and you feel that they had many conflicts and problems that they had to go through during their careers. After a while they both met again and became friends again, and when they were good friends they had to overcome some problems, but they kept going back and forth. I think it's very emotional and touching. It's not only about the time of war, but also about the importance of friendship and friendship that is a very important thing for many people. I think this documentary is very well done and it's very well worth watching. It's not only about the war, but about the importance of friendship and friendship. It's really sad that one of the most famous songwriters of the world, and the most famous band in the world, and a big legend like them, gave up. This is a very sad and heart-breaking documentary, and I hope that more people will see this film and learn about what friendship and friendship really is.

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A very interesting documentary. It certainly leaves you thinking and wondering. I am no expert on both sides of the question, but this movie made me think about how different the world is for people in the European Union and for people in the rest of the world. The "human" aspect of the film was also interesting, but not entirely. It did give some details of how people were treated in both cultures, but it left out some important details. It made me feel like I was not getting the full picture. This film is not meant to be a "who" or "what" statement about the US-EU relationship, but rather a "what". It is not a fair comment about America vs. Europe, but it is a good representation of how different cultures interact and how each society thinks and feels about it's own culture. It was a very "human" view of the "human" aspects of this relationship, but it did not take the complete picture. For a more "scientific" view, I recommend watching "The DNA Code", which is an equally human and "scientific" documentary. 7/10

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Marie D.

I have seen this film twice and have thought it was amazing. First, I didn't know anything about the historical events that it was based upon. Then, I knew what it was about, but I didn't know the story behind it. I found this to be a great movie and I was very impressed with it. It really seems to be trying to show the past and present. It also showed both sides of what happened. You really have to see it to know what I'm talking about. However, I feel like it didn't follow the historical events very well. I don't know why they changed the actual events of the war. In my opinion, they should have left that up to history. If it was to be like that, then they should have shown more of it. I think that they could have done more with the historical events that they showed. I thought the cinematography was good. The editing was good, the sound effects were good, the lighting was good. I think the acting was very good. I was very impressed with the two main actors. I also thought the two main actors had good chemistry and the two of them played very well off each other. It was a great movie and I would recommend it.

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Maria Adams

I found this documentary to be very enlightening and inspiring. I would highly recommend it to anyone who has suffered from various forms of mental illness, especially schizophrenia. However, it does not delve into the background of the actor, and why he chose to go through with his film. This is a very common story, and I think the lack of information is disappointing. I would recommend this documentary to anyone.

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Hannah Thomas

The film focuses on the secret activities of the CIA in Chile during the period of the military junta. The film shows the different aspects of the role played by the CIA during this period. It also features interviews with different countries' governments, as well as some of the Chilean professionals involved in the CIA activities. I enjoyed watching this film, and it makes me appreciate the Chilean people, and their struggle for freedom and democracy. They fought against the military junta, and against the dictatorship in Chile. I would recommend this film for everyone, especially for people who grew up in the world that is today, and who are looking for a message about the events of the time. The reason that I liked this film is because it highlights the CIA, which was responsible for the overthrow of the government of Chile, and for the activities of some of the Chilean military. The film includes some of the most interesting and amazing interviews with several Chileans, including: authors John Pilger and Eric van Lente, journalists Daniel Tavaroff, and Héctor Gaviria, who describes himself as a very open and honest person. The other part of the film is the "movie", which tells about the secret activities of the CIA, which was at that time used for killing and secret assassination attempts. The purpose of the film was to show the different aspects of the CIA operations, and to tell us about their ways of operation, as well as how they were used in Chile. This was a very important part of the film, because it was used to show us how important the CIA was, and how the Chilean people fought against it. The film was very good. I thought that it was very good, and that it would make a very good film. I did not see the Director's Cut, but I think that the film was good enough to watch it in the Director's Cut. The film is worth watching, and I would recommend it.

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* This review contains spoilers * It's been a while since I've seen the film, but I remember the graphic violence of the original. This one is no exception. The movie is based on a Danish book of the same name. It tells a series of stories about the relationship between a father and son, and the discovery of the world they live in. All the stories are true, but they don't always add up to the entire story. Some of them are quite confusing, but others are actually quite interesting. The story is told in chapters, and in each chapter a different story is presented. It starts with a description of the child's birth and his father's death, and then goes into the events that lead up to that, and then comes the events that cause the son to discover that the world he lives in, is not the world he was born to live in. They all come together at the end. One is the origin of the story, and the other two are the revelations. Most of the time, the revelations are a little confusing, and many times they are quite contradictory. And, in the end, the story is very different. The father's death was a sad event, and, while it was a tragedy, it was a very real event. However, the son's discovery is, as I said, quite confusing. But, I don't think it was supposed to be. This is a Danish movie, and the films are based on Danish books. There are a few scenes that are borrowed from other films and other books, and they are not all particularly good. The one with the child's teacher, for instance, is fairly confusing, and the one with the only child, is not all that good either. But, that doesn't mean that the movie is bad. It is an interesting film, with a nice soundtrack, and a good idea behind it. The concept is simple. But, some of the ideas are a little hard to understand, and some are a little different. I think that if you take the time to see it, you'll understand the meaning of it all. Overall, a good film. 7/10

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Brenda G.

The movie was well done. It is a good example of how a high school student can make a good documentary. The main point of this documentary is that students are not victims of bullying, but can actually fight back. I have been bullied my entire life. I have experienced being teased, called names and even had my parents go to the school board to have my head taken away. I do not support any one having to go to school anymore, but I will always love the idea of helping a student by telling them the truth. I would recommend this movie to anyone with a strong heart.

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This is a well done and very well presented film. I found it to be very engaging, especially the early section of the film. There was some very interesting philosophical and theological ideas thrown around, as well as the conflict between reality and fiction. And the music is very interesting. I've been very interested in the use of music in the world of film since the work of John Sayles. This film is definitely an example of the use of music in film, as it has a very musical feel to it, and in the scenes where it is used, it is in the form of drum beats. I would highly recommend this film to anyone who wants to know more about how film is made. If you're not a big fan of films or they don't interest you, I would recommend that you don't see this film. It is not an action packed film. It has an interesting structure, but its story is not told very well. It is mainly about philosophical and theological discussions, and some beautiful cinematography and photography. If you are into film and philosophical discussions, I think you will enjoy this film.

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Jacob J.

For a basic plot summary, two actors, who are clearly not "expert" on the subject matter, discuss the themes of the movie. Their opinions, and how to properly communicate the film's ideas, is the primary point of the movie. Though both actors are American, they each have Australian and Canadian accents, and they each express their feelings in a different way. They talk about politics, religion, feminism, etc. The views that both actors express are nothing like the one I normally hear from Hollywood. The movie deals with something that Hollywood is incapable of talking about, in a factual way. It is a journey to understand the world in a different way. I have seen it twice. I would not recommend it to anyone, but I would certainly recommend it to the curious. It is definitely worth a look. I recommend it to anyone who wants to hear the "other" side of the story.

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This is one of the films I watch when I'm in a slump. It's a movie that takes its time, but I appreciate it for its artistic value. The filmmaker and his cinematographer created an almost documentary-style film. The plot is interesting and the cinematography is breathtaking. It's hard to describe the atmosphere because it's so deep and rich. I can't say enough about how great it is. And I'm not just talking about the soundtrack. The sound track is a joy to listen to and you'll feel your heart being stimulated. When Two Worlds Collide is one of those films that you really need to watch. The cinematography and the music will take you to a place you can't describe and never want to leave.

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Janet W.

This film follows a journey from Mumbai to Pondicherry during an election season where the state of Bihar is the target of a political contest. An intricate, multi-layered documentary of interviews, vignettes, etc, of the former Congress-BJP alliance is coupled with sound and pictures of the state and the elections on hand. The story is told in the context of the former civil war era where the Congress and the BJP came together to fight a corrupt, corrupt and dangerous politician and a corrupt, corrupt and dangerous minority which kept people at the edge of their seats. The voices are heard from the protagonists and the viewer is left to make up his/her own mind about the results. This is a thoroughly researched, beautifully made and well acted film which is worth watching.