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Whose Streets?

Whose Streets? is a movie starring Lezley McSpadden, Michael Brown Sr., and David Whitt. Whose Streets? is an unflinching look at how the police killing of 18-year-old Mike Brown inspired a community to fight back and sparked a...

Running Time
1 hours 30 minutes
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Damon Davis, Sabaah Folayan
Sabaah Folayan
Montague Simmons, David Whitt, Michael Brown Sr., Lezley McSpadden
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Whose Streets? is an unflinching look at how the police killing of 18-year-old Mike Brown inspired a community to fight back and sparked a global movement.

Comments about documentary «Whose Streets?» (50)

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This film should be required viewing for students, faculty, and administrators at all levels. The film will bring a strong and personal perspective to a topic that is often presented as a single-issue issue. Instead, the film presents the lives of many different types of people as one group - African American, African American woman, Latino, Mexican, and other, in an organized, cohesive manner. There is no question that the film is one of the best that I have seen in a long time. This film was made with a vision, a good understanding of the issues facing African Americans, and a solid knowledge of history. For this reason alone, the film should be mandatory viewing for students. It is a must see.

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Bobby Alexander

I loved this film, but I had the feeling that it was being marketed as a documentary. In fact, the title was very misleading, and it was a little hard to follow. The main character, Marisa, was very engaging, and her story was very real. She was a very courageous young woman who had to go through a lot of trauma and trauma of her own, and she did not give up. The director, Laura Walker, also did a great job at making the film seem very real. I thought the acting was great, and the editing was also very good. The editing of the interviews was very well done. I thought the editing was very good. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn about a very important topic. I thought it was very well done, and I would recommend it to anyone.

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Joyce W.

The film was made by the same person who made the documentary "The Black Panthers." I can't say I've seen the documentary, but I can say that this is a much better film. The documentary was about the Panthers and the reason they were there. The film, however, was about the life of Huey Newton. The film does a great job of showing the struggles the Panthers faced. The film is very informative and the information is clear and understandable. The film also does a great job of showing how the Panthers were portrayed in the media. The film is very interesting and it shows the Panthers in a very positive light. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about the Panthers and the reasons they were there.

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Jane Meyer

This film examines the lives of people who lived in the slums of Los Angeles during the last days of the civil rights movement. The story of how those people were able to survive in such an environment is inspiring and thought provoking. It is one of the few documentaries I have seen that has dealt with the subject of poverty. It also highlights the importance of education in all aspects of life, from the cradle to the grave. My rating: 9/10.

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Brian S.

I'm a lifelong Liberal. But I can't really explain why. It was just so interesting to see the back and forth between the two sides. I thought the story was gripping. I could easily see how the two sides felt about it. I loved it. It was a must see. I don't think it will be just another documentary.

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I wasn't expecting to be as moved by this movie as I was. Having lived in the area for a few years, I knew the history and the stories, and was prepared for a study in people and culture. What I was pleasantly surprised at was the depth of the characters and the power of their stories. I don't think I've seen any other movie that captured such a range of emotions and perspectives so well. Not a single moment is wasted, and the soundtrack is perfect for each scene. In this day and age of high profile media, the lack of money for documentary films is a huge problem. This movie should be a model for more films that do a great job of bringing the viewer in, not forcing them to participate, but letting them know their part. I've been able to relate to many of the stories in this movie and I hope other people will be able to as well. I recommend this movie to everyone, even if you don't want to see the actual history of the neighborhood, or the issues that plague it. This movie will make you feel the pain of those who have been forgotten and will make you want to visit the neighborhood. This movie will also give you a great insight into the different ways people of color are treated. I've heard that they don't go to the movies or visit their neighborhood anymore. This movie gives a chance for those who have a little more experience with the area to feel more connected to it.

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Anna Payne

The big difference between this movie and the other documentary I've seen about the New York civil rights movement, is that the subjects are not black but white. This is an absolute must see. The subject matter is quite disturbing, but the timing is perfect. For those who have not seen this movie, you should get the film immediately. For those of you who have, you will want to see it again and again. This movie should be required viewing for every person in the nation, and every person in the world. Anyone who has ever experienced a level of oppression that most people in the world have never experienced should watch this film. Every single one of us, will be affected by the problems that this country is facing today. This movie will help every person realize how little we have as a country today. But the people who make the movies on a regular basis should be required to watch this one, and other movies, as well.

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Ruth P.

The story of this documentary is told in a series of scenes, each one focusing on a particular day in one city or neighbourhood in New York. This film is worth watching, but it is only worth watching for the incredible story it tells. The documentary shows how people who live in urban environments can easily be pushed to the edge of despair. We are told how they may lack a sense of identity or a sense of belonging, and how this often manifests in public places such as New York's Times Square. The stories are from the city's immigrant communities, and they tell of how people can leave their identity behind and turn to drugs, gangs, and prostitution. There are stories from all sorts of different backgrounds, ranging from teenagers to middle-aged men, and many of them are relatable to New Yorkers as well. This is a powerful film, which tells a powerful story about the struggle people have to face in urban environments. The documentary doesn't gloss over the hardships that many people face, but shows the struggles of individual people. The documentary is an amazing story about the city's poorest people, and how they cope with their living situations, but it is also a story of hope. The viewer is given an insight into the lives of these people, and how they can find a sense of purpose in their lives.

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Debra C.

I was a young girl in the 70's and I remember seeing this movie on TV in the late 70's and I couldn't get it out of my head for years. I was always fascinated by the young girls of the time and the world they lived in. I am not surprised to see that this movie is on the Discovery Channel. I was intrigued by the film and what it was trying to do. I thought it was great and informative. I love the way it was made and the fact that it was very informative. I would recommend this movie to anyone who is a teen or an adult who wants to learn more about the 70's. It is a good movie and I would recommend it to anyone.

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Raymond Ford

This is an excellent documentary about the search for a new home for a broken down school bus in East Liverpool, Michigan. Its more of a documentary than a movie. The two stars, Mark Harmon and Pat Housley are both star students who were put on the bus at age 13 by their parents. The two were extremely shy and didn't know how to deal with their shyness and lack of friends. They were both very talented students in their high school, but with the change of environment and new friends, they became much better and came out of their shell. They also became close friends. Now, many years later, the two are also stars in their high school and do much better. I really liked this movie because it showed us that we need to be friends first and we need to come together later. My favorite part was when Pat Housley found out that his mother had died. He cried the whole time. Mark Harmon was also very good in the movie, because he talked about his past and what he went through to find his parents. I also liked this movie because it shows the importance of friends. They really helped him through his awkward teen years, and they made him who he is today. I recommend this movie for any teen. I give it a 9/10.

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I really liked this movie because I think that it gives a really good insight to the real life problems that plague the lives of the poor and middle class of the USA. The movie is about a group of young and creative folks who were involved in the campaign for the 1968 presidential election. They went on to create an alternative newspaper, to try and promote a peace agenda for the war in Vietnam. They started a national organization that worked on trying to get the Congress to act against the war. This movie was really informative, and gives you a good insight to the world of 1968. I would highly recommend it to anyone interested in politics. I also recommend this movie for those who want to know more about the struggles of the 1968 campaign.

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Arthur Berry

It's clear that, like the rest of the world, the American people have become tired of seeing images of the dead on the news. There is a whole generation of Americans who no longer believe in the fairy tale that a "good guy with a gun" can protect the innocent from the villain, which is very evident in our current mass-murdering situations. As we are told to expect the unthinkable, we are now beginning to understand the possible consequences of the lawlessness of the current administration. In light of the reality of what has occurred in Boston, it is hard to avoid the conclusion that the solution to this problem lies not in the idealization of gun control, but in the abolition of the power of the media to influence the outcome of elections.

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Bryan R.

After the recent success of "The Age of Adaline" and "Shine", I felt it was time to see a different documentary. This is an honest, beautifully made, and touching film about a young woman's journey through the birth of her baby. "Birth" is about a woman named Bethany who has an anonymous and unplanned pregnancy. She decides to go with her friend, Lucy to a hospital to be delivered. There, she meets the nurse, Ms. Kay, who helps her to accept the pregnancy and the experience. However, it is very difficult for Bethany to accept this pregnancy, because it is not natural and she does not want it to happen. She is very hesitant, but Lucy persuades her to go. The experience is very hard on Bethany, but she begins to love the baby. Bethany starts to feel like a "normal" person, and she begins to feel that she is not alone in her pregnancy. Bethany's journey is very moving and inspiring, and it will make you think about what you would do if you had the experience. "Birth" is a very emotional and touching film, and it is very well done. The acting is great, and the story is very moving. The ending is very emotional and it is a great ending to the film. I would recommend this film to anyone who has had a baby or is going through a pregnancy. It is a very personal film about a woman's journey, and it is very inspiring.

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It's like a documentary of this day and age. Not your average hippie story, but what people go through everyday to feel loved. Great job.

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Jessica W.

This is a film that I was afraid would be boring. I have never been in a situation where I felt as though I was not being heard. I feel that the film did a good job of showing the effect of the war on the people of the area. It was very moving to see people who had lost their loved ones. It also showed how they had to cope with the loss. I also enjoyed seeing the soldiers who were not doing so well and how they tried to cope with the loss of their friends. I also liked how the film was not just about the war. It was also about the people who were affected by it. It also showed how the war affected the people of the area. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone who has a love for films. I would also recommend it to anyone who is interested in the Vietnam War.

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Martha Lawrence

A striking film about a city in disarray. The picturesque city of Cincinnati is transformed into an amazing epicenter of art, commerce and culture. The people who live in the city are caught in the crossfire of the civil rights movement and the sexual revolution. A devastating earthquake and resulting fire swept through the city on May 19, 1976, burying much of it in rubble. Hundreds of thousands of people died, and the streets of the city were overrun by a mass of homeless people. The city had no money to rebuild, and no public transportation system to carry the people who had to be moved to shelters. The survivors were told that they were going to be housed in a tenement building with ten beds. Most of the tenements were demolished, and the people who had to be moved to shelters were thrown into dilapidated concrete buildings that were very dangerous and difficult to live in. This film is a great look at a once great city. I will be watching this film again. It is truly a sight to behold. I am sure it will be seen by many, many people.

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The film takes a unique look at the lives of African-American youth in Los Angeles. The filmmakers explore the difficulties of growing up in a society that is rife with racism, and the dangers that can come with the struggle to stay out of the ghetto. It is a unique and informative film, that is easily accessible to anyone who is interested in social and political issues. The film was well-received at Sundance, where it was nominated for Best Documentary Feature and Best Writing and Directing. The film will make you think, and it will make you feel, and it will make you want to go back to school and work to improve your life. I highly recommend this film, and I look forward to seeing it again.

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Brittany W.

The film is about a family that moved from New York to Chicago in the 1980s. The story begins with a young man (Tyler Durden) who wants to be a comedian. He falls in with a group of comedians and the group grows. After a couple years he decides to become a "free spirit" and he leaves the group. Then a family moves into the neighborhood and the family becomes the target of his jokes. He tries to make his family accept him. The film is very well made. I think it is very honest about the loss of the community in the 1980s. There is a lot of humor. I think the best part is the family. They are really good. They are very funny. There is a scene where the kids run out of the house and the father says, "What's that? Some stuff they don't want you to see?" The kid says, "It's my mom." The father says, "Oh, I'm so sorry, I didn't mean to do that. You're the best son you could have ever had." The dad says, "Well, you're not a bad son, you just don't know how to act." The kid says, "I just want to be a normal kid."

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This is a great film. It will make you laugh, it will make you cry, and it will make you think. The whole experience is just wonderful. And I don't know what to say about it except that it's absolutely worth seeing.

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What a great documentary! I am so glad that I got to see this film. I am from the Bronx and grew up in this area. The movie is very accurate in showing how the neighborhood has changed over the years. I especially enjoyed the documentary about the art center and its artists. It really made me want to know more about what it's like to live in a neighborhood like this. I recommend this movie to anyone who wants to know more about the life of the Bronx and its residents. I also recommend this movie to anyone who wants to learn more about the history of the Bronx. The people interviewed in the movie are very knowledgeable and very honest. I recommend this movie to everyone!

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Mary Reyes

If you want to know how to survive, what it means to be a human being in the 21st century, you will find the answers here. We are not children, we are not stupid, we are not easy prey. We are not stupid because we need to be made to feel so. This documentary tells us why we feel that way. "Nobody is stupid". - Teddy Roosevelt. The problem with a lot of us is that we do not seem to want to know how to survive. The person that is really in control has to know how to live, and how to survive. Some are always fighting against it. This documentary is made from a lot of opinions, but it seems that nobody is saying what he thinks. If you are not a very clear thinker, it is hard to find the answers. I enjoyed the people that made it and I was glad to see it. I would recommend it to everyone. - Jesse

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I really liked this documentary. It's really insightful. Some people will try to dismiss this documentary because they are too lazy to look up how the NYC gangs got their names. It's not like we can't use Wikipedia. It's not like we're doing an encyclopedia on the gang/violence and who's who. This is about what it takes to be a gang in New York City. There are only a few gangs in New York that are like the ones shown in this documentary. The Empire State has 5 main gangs that are all very violent and vicious, but this is how gangs work in NYC. The documentary doesn't just focus on one gang. There are many gangs, like the Hell's Angels, the Bloods, and the Crips. There are some small gangs too, like the Hells Angels. All of them are involved in violent crimes. So to dismiss this documentary as a simple documentary of one gang would be foolish. If you're a fan of gangs, you'll definitely like this documentary. It's not about one group of gangsters, it's about a lot of gangs, but it's not just one gang. It's the whole gang. And it's about what gangsters can be and what they're like, both good and bad. "We don't talk about gangs." So, if you're into gangster movies, you'll like this documentary. It's not like other gangster movies where the gang is just one character. This is about a whole gang of gangsters. If you're into documentaries, this documentary is a must see. If you're a fan of gangster movies, you'll enjoy this documentary. This is a very deep and thoughtful documentary. And I really hope you enjoy it. This is one of those documentaries that's not only about one gang, but it's also about all of the gangs in the city. They're all very real and they're all very violent. If you like the gangster movies, you'll love this documentary. But if you like the gangster movies, you'll probably find it to be one of the best gangster documentaries you've ever seen. See it!

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Joan J.

This movie is a personal account of what my son goes through every time he walks by a young black man. The pain is real and it's hard to watch. I cannot tell you how painful it is to be a parent and watch my child's life and see it go down the drain. The movie is a painful watch and is the first of its kind. There is nothing easy about the task of having to keep a son alive. No matter how hard you try, there is always someone who will stand in your way. I have no words to express how hard I feel to see my son die. I cannot imagine how hard it is to have to do this for someone you love and look up to. But this movie will make you want to be a better parent. This movie will make you wonder about your own parenting. It will make you question your own morals. You will realize that you are not perfect. The movie will make you wonder what you would do differently if you were the parent of a son or daughter. I want to encourage all parents to see this movie. This movie will remind you of what you would do in the same situation. I want everyone to see this movie and realize how hard it is to raise a son or daughter and to see it go down the drain. I would like to go to prison for my involvement in this movie.

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Robert D.

This is a well-rounded documentary that covers the wide range of issues and reactions to the Occupy Wall Street Movement. It's the kind of film that speaks to the audience on many levels. Some of the characters are clearly not happy with the Occupy movement, and while it may be true that it has been a bit difficult for some people to see Occupy as a direct reaction to the financial crisis, many others have supported it and have found the movement to be positive. The general feeling I got from the film is that many people feel that they have been alienated from the system and have had their hopes crushed by the financial crisis, and have had to re-learn what their rights and liberties were all about. It also speaks to how people have felt displaced from their normal lives, and how the fear of being homeless, or out of work, or on food stamps has caused people to feel helpless. The film also addresses the links between the Occupy movement and the work of the Occupy Wall Street Movement. There are some very pointed observations about the relationship between Occupy Wall Street and the trade union movement, which some may find to be overly idealistic and a bit of a distraction from the message. Some people have said that Occupy Wall Street has made some very anti-corporate people angry, and the message that Occupy Wall Street has sent is that they are trying to take over and that corporations have too much power. The filmmakers have tried to show that there are many different sides to the Occupy movement, and that some people feel that they are trying to take away the rights of the 99%, while others have supported Occupy Wall Street and found the movement to be positive. This film is also an attempt to show that we are not alone in our struggles, that we can be connected to one another, and that we can fight for our rights and liberties. The acting is great, the editing is excellent, and the tone is very realistic. This is an important film, and a good introduction to the Occupy movement.

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Phillip B.

What would you do if you were a girl in the early 90's? "That girl" is Brooke Shields, the now (or so) 28 year old grandmother of 4, and her parents are trying to raise her and her four kids on their own. This documentary was presented at the Tribeca Film Festival and is a well done look at what life was like for an aspiring writer in a small town (although it takes place in Vermont) with a mother who was a little "out of it" in her own time. There is plenty of raw footage, but the real strength of this movie is that it never makes you feel pity for the family because it has such an incredible sense of family unity and love that is evident in the interviewees. It is amazing that this movie was produced and given the award of "Best Documentary" at the Tribeca Film Festival. It is a wonderful, uplifting story about a family trying to raise a child to be a writer. I hope everyone has a chance to see it, but I recommend it highly.

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What an interesting documentary! I can't believe that it took me so long to see this. I was curious, but then it seemed like the movie was going nowhere. Then it seemed like it was going to get interesting. I felt it was finally over at the end, but I did not think it was over. There was a lot of material, so I am glad I decided to watch it. It was an interesting movie that was made in a way that I would have enjoyed seeing. I am not sure I would have enjoyed it, but that is not the point of the movie.

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My personal opinion is that the film is quite a good overview of the history of Trenchard Shaw and the 60s and 70s. As the film is short, there is a lot of interesting information to be had. Unfortunately, there are a lot of subplots to the story. The story of Trenchard Shaw as a young man is interesting and this aspect is presented well. I would have liked to see more of Trenchard Shaw's life and relationships. I think a lot of the subplots could have been told more fully and clearly, in order to get the story right. As a result, it is hard to really get into the main story of the 60s and 70s. As the title suggests, the film is about "their streets." The issue with this film is that it is too long. I have no problem with a film being longer than the story it is telling, but this film just dragged on. The ending was a bit abrupt. I feel that if there was an alternate ending, this film would have been a lot more complete. I think the film should have had a longer conclusion to the story. This film could have been better if it had a better ending. I would have given this film a 9, but I think it could have been a 9 or 10 if it had an alternate ending.

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Gregory V.

This is a documentary on the struggles of the Black community in New York. It is an eye opener and a reminder of how much has changed in the last 50 years. It is a very personal film and I'm sure that anyone who watches it will feel a strong connection to the film. It is very inspirational and I recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the Black community. It is a must see for anyone who wants to know more about the history of the Black community in the US.

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Adam A.

I had the privilege of meeting and working with the director of this film, Michael Moore. He was very gracious and generous with his time. I was shocked at the amount of misinformation and misinformation and lies that were coming from the mainstream media. It was like watching a documentary that was edited to the point of not being real. He has done a great job in giving people the information they need to understand the events of 9/11. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in knowing the truth. I am sure that the American people will see this film and realize that there was no conspiracy. It was a lot of lies and misinformation. They were just a bunch of misinformed people who thought that it was justifiable to lie to the American people and make them believe that they were going to be safe in a world that was about to be destroyed. It was a very sad and pathetic time for the United States of America.

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I can't say enough about this film. It was riveting, riveting, riveting. I've never felt so compelled to write a review for a film before, and this one is not an exception. It is without a doubt the best documentary I have ever seen. I was so impressed that I will watch this movie again when it's released on DVD. The film was so well done that I could almost believe the people who made it. The story of the people who made this documentary is amazing, and the people who watched it have never felt so alive. This film is definitely worth seeing, and I'm glad I was able to see it.

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When a movie is a piece of art it's a film that makes a lasting impression on its audience. The recent work of David Byrne has been an incredible success in that regard. I had the pleasure of seeing the documentary 'The Making of David Byrne's 'Everybody's Fool' at the Tribeca Film Festival and it was a very interesting and engaging experience. I thoroughly enjoyed the way the film was presented. It was not a traditional documentary. The documentary was not a long, boring or monotonous film. It was an incredible collection of interviews, footage and footage that was used in the making of the film. It was a very interesting experience. It was very entertaining and had many surprises. I think that the film would be a very good film for a student or someone who has never seen David Byrne before. It's a great film for the general public and it's a great film for anybody who is a fan of David Byrne. It's a film that will leave you with a lot of questions and a lot of emotions. I highly recommend this film. I highly recommend it.

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Wayne W.

I was intrigued by the title and the fact that it was directed by Paul Greengrass. After reading some of the reviews, I felt that I had to watch it. The trailer looked very good and I decided to give it a try. I have to say that I was very disappointed. I felt that the story was too slow and that the pace was not consistent. There was a lot of filler that didn't really add anything to the story. The only thing that was good was that the film looked very nice. I feel that it would have been better to do a documentary about the neighborhood. The movie itself was not that great and I think that it could have been much better.

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Christian Green

This is a great documentary about the effects of gentrification on low income communities. The interviews with residents of different areas of the city of Oakland, CA are well done and give a sense of the city and its residents. This is a great film for people who have lived in the city or have loved it and want to know more.

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Janet R.

This is an excellent documentary that covers a lot of important issues in the streets of New York City, and shows the human side of the struggles of the homeless people living there. There are many stories told here about people's struggles and how they cope with it. I think that the film is very important, because it shows us the real face of the homeless, and that they are not the "street people" that we usually see in the news. They are not the criminals that we see on the news, they are not the drug addicts that we see on the news. They are people that have been there, and are struggling to make it on their own. It shows us how difficult it is to get by on the streets, and how important it is to have a place to go to, and a place to call home. I think that this is a great documentary, and I would recommend it to anyone that wants to learn more about the homeless people living in New York City. I give this a 9 out of 10.

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The movie is a documentary about the lives of homeless people in London, England. It is an eye opening look at the lives of the homeless, and their struggles. The director, Matthew Handrahan, has made a documentary about the homeless that is not preachy. Instead, it focuses on the struggles of the homeless, and the stories of those who are struggling to find a place to live. The film shows the struggles of the homeless, and the stories of those who are struggling to find a place to live. It is a very uplifting and heart-warming documentary that will make you think.

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I'm not sure who's job it is to produce such a movie, but if the marketing department put in a $10 million budget on the end product and then put in the usual 3-4 hour length, I'd have my cake and eat it too. And yes, it is as tasteless as the next neo-Marxist movie. But it does deliver the messages it promises. I think that if you are going to see a documentary, the thing to look for is the following: 1. Was there a statement made by the filmmakers? 2. Did they tell the story they were attempting to tell? 3. Did they demonstrate their analysis of what they were presenting? 4. Did they make the argument? 5. Did they present a point of view? 6. Was the movie entertaining? 7. Is it something that was well done and well told? 8. Was it an eye-opener to the average person? How can you tell if you're going to like or dislike a movie? It is the producer's job to choose the topics to cover and put it in the best possible light to what the average person will be able to understand. In the case of the film, it is clearly a product that has been put together to be presented to an audience who may not be knowledgeable about any of the topics covered, or the facts put forth, so they can think they're seeing the truth. I guess the producers of this movie had to do something to show that they are having fun while they are making it. I'm not against Hollywood, but I'm sure I can write a better "Star Wars" movie than this. They had to include a lot of stars to make the movie work. The problem is that I think they should have not included the original cast members of the original Star Wars. I think that they were better served by adding someone else. The original cast members were either big stars, or they were great actors. And I don't know why they thought it was necessary to put them in the movie at all. The original cast members were such an integral part of the Star Wars story that they could not be left out. They are the reason I remember the Star Wars movies. So to the producers: Don't be like that.

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Deborah D.

Being a documentary on something of a personal level, this film makes a great addition to any movie collection. It is a great opportunity to see people on the streets, talk to them, and understand their perspective. It is a great opportunity to see different groups, including the homeless, the people on welfare, the people with jobs, and so on. This is a film that anyone should see at least once, especially when you start to be a member of any of the groups mentioned. And it is a film that will help you understand why some people are homeless, while others are living in a house, working, or doing anything else that you can think of. Because, in a way, that is what it's all about.

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Jonathan C.

This film has been a real eye-opener for me. It is an honest, and often humorous look at the impact of the modern day "black ghetto" on the lives of the people living there. It does not shy away from the ugly side of the ghetto, and there are some truly shocking moments that have left me shocked. It's not a documentary, it's a character study of a group of people, and they are all fascinating to watch. I would have loved to have seen more footage of the people in the ghetto, but it's the same as any other documentary, you just want more footage of the people who live there. I was impressed with the interviews, the documentary style, and the manner in which the people were portrayed. It was well done, and I recommend it highly.

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This is the best documentary I have seen on the subject of the police brutality in America. It is a must see. The film is well-made and a lot of the information is from interviews with the families of the victims. The only problem is that it is a little too long and there is a lot of information that is not necessary. This film could have been better if they cut out all the things that were not necessary to the film. This is a must see documentary and you should see it.

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This is a great film, and I was pleasantly surprised to find out that it was directed by a woman. It is well-made, informative and funny. It's not an easy film to watch, and it will make you think. The people interviewed in this film are great, and they give you their perspective on a variety of topics. I've heard from several people who are not gay, and they were all amazed at the way they felt about the film. I have heard from gay men who have read this film, and they have been amazed by it, and I'm sure they will be in the future. I highly recommend this film to anyone, and it will be one of the most important films of the year.

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Janet D.

I didn't know much about the political situation in France before seeing this film. I knew that it was a documentary, but I had no idea that it was a documentary on the topic of the rise of fascism in France. It is a fascinating look at the politics of the period, and it is also an important look at the personal lives of the people who lived through the period. I thought the acting was excellent, and the film was well directed and edited. It was a very important film, and I recommend it to anyone who has a love of history.

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The documentary is about the history of the African-American church in the 50s and 60s. The movie gives us a unique look into the African-American church and the way it was treated by the society. There are many different people who were involved with the church, including the minister, the priest, the preacher, and the congregants. The movie does a great job of showing the diversity of the church and how different people viewed it. It is a very interesting movie, with great interviews and a great plot. The only negative thing I can say about this movie is that the movie is a little long. There are a lot of great interviews that the movie does not include. But if you are interested in the history of the African-American church, this is a great movie.

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I really enjoyed the film. It's about a group of protestors who organize a demonstration against the police. The film is very informative, but not that entertaining. It's a good way to get some perspective on how the police behave. The film was filmed in a way that allows the viewer to see how the protestors act in various situations, and it's not just "hey, that guy's acting like a jerk." I found the film to be very informative and entertaining. If you're a fan of the protest movement, I'd recommend this film.

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Julia Gordon

The last ten years have seen a great deal of discussion about the "white flight" of the city of Detroit, and the displacement of the working class by the rich. The point of the documentary is to look at the history of the area, the "white flight", and the issues of race and displacement, while also looking at the impact of the city's bankruptcy. The documentary is very interesting, and covers a lot of ground. The interviews are mostly interesting and informative, and they are interspersed with short videos that show the city in various stages of development. The documentary also does a good job of showing the impact of the bankruptcy on the residents, and how this affected the city. The documentary also covers the impact of the bankruptcy on the economy of the city. The documentary is very well made, and it covers a lot of ground. The documentary is a must see for anyone interested in the history of Detroit.

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Christopher T.

I was intrigued to see this documentary, especially because I was impressed by the amazing work of the filmmakers. I was very impressed by the level of detail and the speed of the editing. I was also impressed with the amount of time and effort that was put into this documentary. I believe that the filmmakers did an excellent job of highlighting the best and most interesting aspects of the documentary and leaving out the less interesting parts. Overall, this documentary was a pleasure to watch. It's a good idea and it's executed very well.

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Nicholas Stewart

I really loved this documentary. It is a very well made film and the interviews with people from all walks of life who have been impacted by the shootings are very interesting. It is interesting to see how this issue is affecting the people of the United States and the way it is affecting the people of Chicago. I think it is very important to note that this issue is not limited to just Chicago. It is affecting people all across the United States. I think this documentary is very well made and I would highly recommend it to anyone. It is very educational and shows the problems and the issues that this issue is affecting all across the United States. The issues with guns and the problems that they are causing are very important and I think that this documentary is very good. I would definitely recommend this documentary to anyone. It is well done and I think that it is very important and informative.

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It was a good documentary, but the way it was told was pretty much as I would expect from the producer of a documentary about the gay and lesbian movement. The interviews were all over the place and some of the footage was not very good. It was also a little hard to follow at times because of the randomness of the interviews. Still, this is a good documentary to watch if you're interested in the gay and lesbian movement.

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Evelyn L.

The film is based on the true story of a black teenager, Trayvon Martin, who was shot and killed by a neighborhood watch captain in Sanford, Florida, in February, 2012. The film covers the events leading up to the shooting, as well as the aftermath, and how the community reacted to the incident. It is a powerful and moving story of the incident and how it affected the community. The film also provides insight into the community's reaction to the incident. This film is extremely well done and has a very interesting and compelling story to tell. It is a very well made film that is very well made. The acting is very good and the story is very well told. The film is very well made and well worth watching.

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John Simmons

It is a great film that really is the story of a small group of people who wanted to create a better life for themselves and their children. There is a great documentary style to it, and it is very well put together. The acting is great, and the story is very interesting and I was very interested in the whole thing. I would highly recommend this film to anyone.

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Madison M.

The following is a commentary on the film. The director, Mike Leigh, is a British film-maker who specializes in documentary-style films. His films have often been criticized for their lack of dramatic effect and lack of a coherent plot, and have often been criticized for their lack of originality. In "The Road" he is able to do both. The film is told from the point of view of a group of Englishmen who have been working in Papua New Guinea for some time. They are now on their way back home, but are going through a period of depression. They have lost their jobs, and have been forced to go on a "re-union" trip to their old homes in England. There they will meet their old friends and family, and they will be reunited with their wives and children. However, they are also going through a period of depression. The film shows them as they are, and doesn't try to make them look better. Instead it shows them as they are, and that is what makes the film so powerful. The film is not perfect, but it is very effective and the film is very well made. It is worth watching for the fact that it shows a group of people in a very different way from the way we see them in the media. The acting is very good, and it is worth watching the film for the actors. The film is also very well made, with a very good plot, and it is very well acted. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in films. I give it a 9 out of 10.