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Human Flow

Human Flow is a movie starring Israa Abboud, Hiba Abed, and Rami Abu Sondos. Human Flow is director and artist Ai Weiwei's detailed and heartbreaking exploration into the global refugee crisis.

Other Titles
Human Flow - Refugiados, Wedrówki ludów, İnsan Seli, ヒューマン・フロー 大地漂流, Human Flow: Não Existe Lar se Não Há Para Onde Ir, Marea humana, Ανθρώπινη ροή
Running Time
2 hours 20 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Weiwei Ai
Tim Finch, Chin-Chin Yap, Boris Cheshirkov
Weiwei Ai, Hiba Abed, Rami Abu Sondos, Israa Abboud
China, Germany, France, USA, Palestine
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

Over 65 million people around the world have been forced from their homes to escape famine, climate change and war in the greatest human displacement since World War II. Human Flow, an epic film journey led by the internationally renowned artist Ai Weiwei, gives a powerful visual expression to this massive human migration. The documentary elucidates both the staggering scale of the refugee crisis and its profoundly personal human impact. Captured over the course of an eventful year in 23 countries, the film follows a chain of urgent human stories that stretches across the globe in countries including Afghanistan, Bangladesh, France, Greece, Germany, Iraq, Israel, Italy, Kenya, Mexico, and Turkey. Human Flow is a witness to its subjects and their desperate search for safety, shelter and justice: from teeming refugee camps to perilous ocean crossings to barbed-wire borders; from dislocation and disillusionment to courage, endurance and adaptation; from the haunting lure of lives left behind to the unknown potential of the future. Human Flow comes at a crucial time when tolerance, compassion and trust are needed more than ever. This visceral work of cinema is a testament to the unassailable human spirit and poses one of the questions that will define this century: Will our global society emerge from fear, isolation, and self-interest and choose a path of openness, freedom, and respect for humanity?

Comments about documentary «Human Flow» (55)

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The movie is a documentary about 'The Human Flow', a special kind of water which is believed to be capable of healing the sick, by purifying their blood and by taking away the negative influences from their bodies. But it's the most beautiful thing I've ever seen, and is a sign of the human spirit.

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Kevin Newman

I think the reason that the film has been called "Identity" is that it's an old fashioned biopic about a particular event in life. It is set in 1967 and it focuses on a young man named Richard Nixon who has been in power for a long time. He is a politician, but in the end it's a self-imposed exile. Nixon is not a character we are meant to relate to. The film is about his relationships with his family and the inner workings of his White House, and the life he has left behind. When I first saw the film, I wasn't sure if it would be worth watching. It's an old fashioned biopic, and I didn't find the acting to be very good. But as I kept watching, I was surprised by how much I actually enjoyed the film. There are a lot of good moments in the film. I especially liked the interview with Richard Nixon that was played by Michael Sheen. I also like the way that the film made the viewer think about what the life of a politician was like. I'm not a big fan of documentaries, but I think that this film made me think about the film that I am watching. It was one of those films that I didn't expect to like as much as I did, but I found myself enjoying it. I think that this is one of the best documentaries that I have seen in a long time. I think that it deserves a more prominent place in the film world, but I think that it's one of those films that we need to look to the classics for. 7/10

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Philip B.

The idea of the documentary seems to be pretty unique and the film does a great job of explaining the state of the water supply and how much is left and how we can fix it. However, the film is too slow and leaves you with too many questions. The film is mainly about how much water is left in the country and how it will be used in the future. It also focuses on the issues of the water and why we need it. However, it never explains why it is that way and it's not even very informative. The fact that we don't know the answer is the main problem. We can fix the water supply, but if we don't know the answer to that, it will never be fixed. I felt that the film did a good job of explaining what was going on in the country, but the idea of it was just a great idea. However, I would have liked to see a little more information about what we are doing and how it will affect the country. It would have helped the film be more interesting.

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How much can we take in? I am an advocate of listening to what the music we enjoy says about the current state of our world. The people who wrote and produced this film did a great job at that. The film is divided into 3 parts and takes the viewer through the different emotions that arise from listening to music. This film also goes into the music business and shows how it is a unique business with a unique way of producing music. I have to say that the music in the film was very unique. I am a big fan of modern music and would love to know what is in my own collection. My wife bought the DVD so I was able to listen to some of her music. The music was played over an old movie of an old Native American (the Native Americans played the music on a Native American drum and that's how they played their music). I found this movie to be a great introduction to music. It is not a movie about music and the world of music but a movie about music. The best part about this movie is the music. The actors were great at what they were doing. The film was very creative. The one thing that is different about the film is the music. I would recommend this film to anyone who is into music or who is a fan of modern music. It is a great movie for people who are into modern music.

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Eugene H.

This documentary is like no other. It explains how deep the debt is and how much is owed. It also shows us the countries affected by the debt and how the money that was stolen and spent could have been better spent. It also shows us how the debt is being paid and the countries that the money has gone to. I felt like I was there. It was very informative and it made me want to help. This documentary shows us that you can't run away from the problem. It also shows us that the world is still struggling with this issue. I really hope that this documentary inspires people to do something to help and to do their part to fight against the debt. I think that this is a great documentary and it really inspires me to do more to help. I would recommend it to anyone.

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Over two decades after the end of the Cold War, the aftermath of a multi-billion dollar arms deal with the former Soviet Union continues to influence global affairs, a problem that can be traced back to the late 1980s and the collapse of the Soviet Union. The long shadow of the Soviet Union hangs over the lives of its citizens, and is a source of insecurity for those working in Russia, something that even the country's military is struggling to solve. It is an environment that is frighteningly free of investment and security, and the risks of the world are more serious than ever. The only source of security for Russia is its own Armed Forces. The filmmakers interviewed some of the nation's top military leaders, who share their views about the implications of the Soviet Union's dissolution and the security implications that remain for Russia's soldiers. They spoke about the "military debt" that is still owed by the country to the Soviet Union. These and many other issues are covered in an engaging and informative documentary. It is clear that Russia's Armed Forces still bear the burden of the Soviet Union, as they still carry out the missions of the Soviet Army. However, as the movie shows, this is not an all-encompassing situation, and there are many other threats to Russia's security. The issue of military debt is addressed in the movie, but the discussion about security risks and risks to Russia's economic stability is presented alongside the discussion about the Soviet Union's economic collapse. These topics are very interesting and thought-provoking. Despite this, the movie does not go into great detail about security risks. It does not delve into the topic of the Russian government's responsibility for the defense of the country. The filmmakers did not cover this point, because the documentary did not really cover this. What it did focus on was the "military debt" that Russia still owes to the Soviet Union, and the resulting geopolitical risk of this debt. The documentary did not even go into the topic of a possible Russian military takeover of the country. However, it is still a topic worth talking about. The documentary explores the ramifications of this debt, and in my opinion, it does not go into detail about this topic. However, this was a disappointing omission. I do believe that there are many other issues that this documentary could have covered, and it could have provided much more depth to this topic. Nonetheless, the film does present a very interesting documentary. It is highly recommended viewing, but it does have a few flaws that kept it from being a "10" recommendation. One of the biggest flaws in the movie was the handling of the military debt. The filmmakers did not take

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Samantha B.

This documentary on the fourth floor of a building in London has something very special about it. It's about the people living there. Not all of them have made a life in London, or even in Europe in general, but they do make a living, and they're doing it very well. They are trying to do something, just like the rest of us, that they can't just do. They make a living doing something they want to do. So what does they do? They make music, and they make it for a living. They don't make it to support themselves, they make it to support others. It's fascinating and moving. They're very kind people and very honest. The documentary also tells about the film and film-making that is going on in the building. You see the big crowds of people coming to the building to see this, and it's so lively. The people make it fun and they get into it and they have fun. It's a great atmosphere and it's a really interesting time. The documentary is really very good. The people in the building are the stars of the show. You have characters like Jimmy Carr, Peter Capaldi, and Maurice Jarre. There are just a lot of people in this building, and you get to know each of them. This documentary is a really good one. It's really interesting and you really get into it and you really get into their lives. There's a lot of interesting stuff that comes up in the documentary and a lot of it's really entertaining. I think this documentary is really good.

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Patricia C.

This was a good documentary on a topic that is not easily talked about. It has a really good balance between the fan and the academic. The fan should know the basic facts. The academic should know what the fan is talking about. This is not a "simple" documentary, it has some deep and heavy topics that have to be discussed. Some of the people interviewed are students and professors. The main focus is on an aspect of the music industry, which is more present than other artists. The interviewees are divided into two main groups: the fan and the academic. You can tell who are the fan and academic based on their answers to the questions. I did find a few short questions that are very interesting for the fan. These are questions that most of the academics are asked. Most of the academic answers are pretty accurate, so I guess this is something that the fan would like to know. All in all, I think it is good. Some of the answers and some of the questions are a bit biased, but it still gives you a balanced view. The questions are valid. You can tell the academic from the fan. It is like "What do you want?" or "What do you not want?" You can also see the fan's voice when it comes to saying "No". That is a bit over the top. It is a bit like a mom who is talking to her son about his homework and she says, "No! You just did it!" The fan will find it too. Overall, a good documentary and good balance between fan and academic.

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Nicholas Mason

This film is a real eye opener and it's quite shocking to see how much money is being spent to give the low brow people a voice. I don't see how anyone could disagree with the positive messages of this film. I have a background in business and I can tell you how much these "CEOs" pay these types of people. I find it hard to believe that the people running the world can just sit back and watch the poor being oppressed. You can't even speak up and say something if you are too afraid to stand up for yourself. This film is also a great look at how the world can be turning into a country that really needs to be an example to the world. What is so wonderful about this film is the message it has for everyone. You really don't have to be rich to make a difference and this film definitely makes you see the truth that the world is coming to.

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This documentary is a must-see for those who enjoy documentaries that provide more than a simple explanation of how something happened. This film tells the story of how a rural community in Australia became involved in a criminal case when two brothers, the brothers from another family, attempted to rob a bank. The film follows the story of the trial and the consequences that followed. The film also discusses the impact of this event on the people in the town. This is a must-see film for those who appreciate the power of documentary.

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Michael Duncan

I have seen this film twice and am deeply impressed by the brilliance of the cinematography. There is no mention of the human suffering in the film, the human consequences of war, the human costs of the conflict, the human tragedy of loss. I have been reading articles about the conflict in Iraq, but there is no mention of the human costs. The camera work is outstanding. The story unfolds in the blink of an eye. We have a sense of the loss of the human being and the fear that war can bring. The film is moving and sensitive. It conveys the human tragedy of war without the bloodshed. It tells the story of a father and son who have lost their son to war. The father, a veteran, is an intellectual who has been forced to retire and is now living in a wheelchair. His son is an innocent and has been killed in a car accident. The father and son try to find a way to help their son through his military experience. They travel to Baghdad and eventually to the headquarters of the U.S. military in Baghdad. The father begins to question his role in the war. The son also questions his role in the war. The father is taken by the Iraqi people and becomes involved in their efforts to gain access to the U.S. embassy. This film is about the human costs of war. The director did a magnificent job of telling the story. There are no spoilers here, but I will say that this film is very moving and powerful. I have watched it twice and I will be watching it again soon.

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Doris T.

To be frank, I don't know why I went to see this film. The reviews seemed to be all mixed, and it was getting pretty far down the list. I'm glad that I saw it, because the film is actually a pretty interesting look at the world of sex work. The film takes place in two locations, a place in California called Grasslands (a town of about 50) and in Atlanta, where the film is set. The film uses interviews with both the owners and the workers, and for the most part, the film is rather unflinching. The director is surprisingly decent at getting the perspectives of both the sex workers and the people who are willing to look after them. The film also spends a fair amount of time showing the lives of the sex workers themselves, their families and lives. This is really interesting because the film doesn't spend a lot of time showing the sex workers themselves, it's rather focused on how their lives work, and the people who are in charge of them. It's not clear that the filmmakers were trying to show the sex workers as being bad, or immoral, or anything like that, but the film was very frank about the things that made it difficult for them to survive, and the people who were trying to do something about it. The interviews with the workers also help fill in some of the gaps, and also help show that many of the sex workers are pretty happy to have a job, and that they're able to make their living off of sex work. The film is pretty difficult to watch, because the film never really explains much about how the sex workers in the film are able to make their money, and what they get from it. The film is not a particularly deep film, but it's not boring either, the cinematography is really nice, and the film does have some really interesting moments. I would say that this film was very accurate and factual about what it looks like to be a sex worker in the United States, and it also shows the reasons that sex workers feel they have to be where they are in order to get where they are in order to make a living, and to live the way they want. It also helps show that sex workers, like most other people in the world, have real problems, and real problems that they deal with. I think that the film is worth seeing if you're interested in the world of sex work. It's not the most enlightening film out there, and it's not the most creative, but it's still worth seeing.

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This is a great documentary. It shows how "traditional" family-style life is often in jeopardy of being thrown out the window. The narrator, Nancy, talks about the attitudes of the older generation towards this change in lifestyles. This is a documentary that can be watched by anyone, and everyone can learn something from it. I really hope that more documentaries like this will be made.

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Joan Boyd

I have to admit I was not prepared for the film. Having never seen a documentary before I was not aware of any of the details, but was enthralled by the story and the actual film. It was a roller coaster of emotions, all the more so because I had no idea what was going to happen. The film took a very familiar story and told it in a new light. The first thing you will notice is the video is edited. In most documentaries, the editing will be extremely distracting. It can also be a very dramatic thing in a documentary, but not in this film. The editing helps to show the emotions and heartbreak of the journey. Another thing that I noticed was the style of the film. I am not a big fan of documentaries, and have never been a fan of documentaries. But this film was different. It was like a documentary, but it was told in a way that was very different from a documentary. The story told in the film is real, and the emotions are real. It is one of those documentaries that you will want to watch over and over. The actors were all very good and the story was very moving. If you haven't seen this film, watch it!

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Victoria W.

After watching this film, I thought, "I want to be a writer." But I have been a reader for over twenty years and have had more than a handful of books published. This film is a testament to how a person can be more than just a reader. The experience of the film is so true to life and I highly recommend it to anyone who has ever wanted to be a writer. It really made me want to write. I am sure that many others will see the film and feel the same way.

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I went to see this movie with my friend and my hopes were high after the very good reviews and having seen the trailer, I figured I'd see a truly interesting and thought provoking film. Well I was sadly mistaken. The movie was not bad, it wasn't bad at all. It was actually quite good, I just thought it was too slow in some parts. There were scenes that were so slow that it was boring, which I can't really explain. There was not a great deal of "action" but that was to be expected. The two of us were definitely not bored at all. I actually did not like the music and the ending was sort of "cool".

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As an avid student of film and video of all kinds, I'm always looking for a film that will make me sit down and really think about something and relate to. I couldn't have chosen a better subject to tackle: do we really need to wear all the clothes we wear, the shoes we use, or the phone we have? I came across the Meryl Streep film about women wearing their hair in long, straight ponytails, but only for a couple of days. It was very funny and reminded me of an episode of the television series Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous. Well, after two days, I finally had enough and decided to put the film in the can. I called my girlfriend who said, "It's better to watch it once than it is to watch it again." I didn't want to wait that long. The film was the same, but I didn't want to wait that long. In fact, I waited until I could see the movie twice. I thought it was worth the wait. There is no boring moment. It is fast-paced, yet you really feel the characters. It is a "must see" and I would recommend that everyone see it.

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James S.

Possibly the only documentary to ever successfully challenge the U.S. government in an official court of law and then later use their exposure as evidence against them. How many governments have tried to prevent the public from seeing the truth of their actions? How many secret and illegal programs have been exposed in the process of truth and freedom? This movie does a great job of taking you behind the scenes of the CIA. It also looks at the dark side of government agencies, the only real secret is that they exist. In fact, this documentary takes a fair look at the U.S. government and what it can do to you or your loved ones, and it does so in an entertaining, engaging, and sometimes shocking way. Watch this movie and see how you feel about the truth.

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Kathy Hayes

A must watch for all those who have struggled with depression and who want to help others.

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Gloria J.

I had heard a lot about the internet being a "death trap" that sucked people into it like they were under the influence of a chemical. Now that I have seen this documentary I have realized that the internet has actually been a great thing in terms of helping people connect to their own happiness and even death. This documentary was good in that it really shows what some people are going through with the internet. Some people talk about being addicted to the internet or getting sick of it or just can't get online. I think what the film shows is that some people get addicted to the internet because they can't stand being disconnected. There are people that go to work everyday and have no clue that they are connected to others. In fact sometimes they can't connect to their spouses or other family members. Some people are so disconnected that they can't even connect to their work. There are people that get addicted to pornography and they are so disconnected that they can't even enjoy the beauty of the internet. The film also shows what people are dealing with when they are going online and how they are connected to a whole new world. I think it is the most interesting part of the film because it shows that what the internet can do for a person is quite terrifying. This film is not for everyone and some people may be turned off by the film and still find it interesting. However, if you are interested in how a person connects with the internet then you should definitely watch it. I think the film is a must see for people who want to understand the internet better. The documentary also shows what people are doing to get online and how they are connected to a whole new world.

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Danielle S.

This is a superb documentary which really got me thinking. It talks about the various factors that affect and determine whether a man or woman has a good or bad life. Some of the factors include: income, health, mental health, and social class. While not being able to comment on the causes of these factors, the documentary is clear about the effect that these factors have on the individual and on their future. The documentary includes a wide variety of interviews with well known people, and with the personal stories of people who experienced these same factors. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who has any interest in human factors, social dynamics, or medical science.

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In my opinion, this is a very good documentary about the people who made and died in the "Torture" in Abu Ghraib prison. I have to say that the main part of the film was the interview with the former warden and warden's assistant. That part was very good and made me want to know more about the actual torture. However, as a whole, I didn't really get to know much about the actual torture. There are a lot of things that are not explained, like the inmates talking about what they have been through in prison. It seemed like they were just talking about the "Torture" and not really describing what they went through. I think the main reason why the documentary was not as good as it could have been is because the director didn't focus on the actual torture. In the end, I would have liked to have known more about the actual torture. Also, I would have liked to have seen more about the individuals who participated in the torture and the torture itself. Overall, this is a very good documentary and I recommend it.

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This film is a true story. The documentary details the story of one family's fight against an abusive, unforgiving and indifferent system. From the start of the film to the end, the viewer is kept up to date with the details of the family's journey and the changes that they have undergone. The director is a father himself and the director is proud of the movie, which he hopes will encourage other families in similar situations. For me personally, it's the first time I have seen a documentary that has been so powerful, and so meaningful. The film is not just about the family, but about the child who has been born into a system that is completely dysfunctional and without any kind of support. The family was under-represented in the film, and the director hopes to bring this aspect to the forefront with his next film.

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Billy B.

This documentary will leave you inspired. If you are a pro-athlete and like to go on a journey with others like you, this film is for you. It will make you think about the work you do and the people you support. It will make you want to go out and make a difference. I was very impressed by how it brought the reality of the job to the screen. It did not hide the hardships, but did not take away from the joy of the journey. I encourage anyone to watch this film and learn from it.

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This film is an eye opening look at modern day commercialism and the business of athletes as we would all like to think that is what makes us rich, famous, and successful. It also introduces us to the many benefits we have in the modern world that make it more than a fun day at the office. The film includes interviews with a wide variety of athletes, friends, family, and experts in this field. It also includes interviews with a group of investors who are likely to be among the largest single investors in sports properties. For example, one of the investors, says that the great majority of those invested in sports properties in the last 10 years are big investors. He believes that because of this they will continue to invest in these properties regardless of the financial success of these properties. The film also includes quotes from the men who have made great investments in sports properties. The biggest surprise for me was that he said that the greatest returns come from investment companies in sports properties. The film also includes quotes from sports entrepreneurs such as Mike Bassett, who has made great investments in sports properties and invested in businesses like the International Centre of Poker. He says that when the market goes down and your investment is worth less than a fraction of what it was when you invested, you will sell. That is what happened to Bassett. Bassett has invested heavily in the International Centre of Poker and says that when he sold the casino that he owned, he realized that he had made a great investment. Bassett also says that the most important thing to look for is how much the investment actually is worth, not what it is worth in comparison to other investments. This film was an eye opening look at how sports properties are currently perceived by the general public. However, it is important to note that people in the business of sports have a lot more to lose and are not as charitable as they claim to be.

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Vincent P.

I watched this on TV recently, and was very much impressed by the film's concept. However, I was a little put off by the somewhat straight-faced presentation, especially after the first ten minutes. Fortunately, the film does a lot to address the subject matter, and is very interesting. The premise is that people in the US are just no longer emotionally connected to what's going on around them, and this causes a decline in the quality of their life. Many people do not even know that they have depression, and one of the main characters seems to not understand the concept. The film is very much about the causes and consequences of depression, which I feel is a good way of making a film. While this is not a perfect film, it does a very good job at its intended purpose, and I can see how it could appeal to many people.

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Tiffany H.

This movie is a fantastic depiction of the life of a free man. It shows the real life of a man who is free from all forms of government. It shows the different ways people can achieve their goals. It shows the trials and the struggles of many people. It shows how a person can be successful when he or she chooses to be. It shows the ups and downs of people in their lives. This movie gives an excellent portrayal of a free man and a very positive message about what is to come for everyone who has chosen freedom.

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Gerald C.

This is a powerful documentary that delves into the lives of our five main characters. Each of them have their own story, with each telling it through a single-sentence. The three main characters, all born in the same year, and born to same mother, struggle to find their place in the world. They all have different things they want to achieve in life, but they all are brought to a halt by their own ego and their own needs. I really recommend this documentary to all people. It was a very difficult task to make this documentary, and it took a lot of time, but it is worth every minute of it. I recommend everyone to see this film.

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This is not a documentary. This is a work of art. The time was right to show this. The people were ready. I can't think of anything more entertaining than watching people dance and sing to music. So let's do it again, and I hope they come up with something better. I hope they take this idea and run with it. I hope they make a movie about how it is that people still dance and sing and live in the now. This is their time to shine. They have been dancing, singing and dancing for hundreds of years. I believe the world owes them an apology. Let's give them a little more than a formal apology.

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I had heard from a friend that the film was about the "Little Red Riding Hood" fairy tale. I was quite interested in the subject matter, so I decided to go and see this. I'm pleased that I went because I can say I liked it. There are many sub-plots in this film, such as the death of a patient in a mental institution, the development of a couple's relationship, the influence of big business on the lower class and on the poor, and how much people in these circles really know about each other. The characters are mostly likable and there is one (very) entertaining scene involving the relationship between the mother and the younger daughter. Most of the characters are not unpleasant, but there are a few that are downright nasty and I did not like the ending very much. I give it a B+ or 7.6/10.

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I was expecting this film to be about Elvis Presley and his rise from the lower middle class to a millionaire. Instead, we get a film that looks at the rise and fall of a small-town rock star who was a little troubled in life. This is a tough film to watch because it seems to be very over the top, but it's a must-see for anyone interested in music. It's a great film and the producers did a great job. They didn't glamorize Elvis, they didn't glorify him. They just showed his life from the beginning, which was really interesting. I highly recommend this film, if you enjoy Elvis, it's a great film.

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Olivia Reid

This film was made in the early to mid 90's and is interesting to see how they would have filmed it. I think the music from this era is interesting. It sounds like you are on a roller coaster ride where there is nothing more to it but to just go where ever it goes. This is a good film for anyone who has ever been on a roller coaster ride and is interested in how it feels like. If you haven't then you should check it out. I will give it a 7 because it was made in the 90's.

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Terry Cooper

This is a documentary that tells a story. Like many others it is hard to decide where to begin and end, because there is so much of information. However, I would recommend that you begin with the beginning and then move to the end. There are many interesting points to be made, and as you continue you will begin to appreciate how different cultures come together and show you how your life is affected. So many people are denied the chance to see other cultures, but if we look at it from a more comprehensive perspective we find that there are many things that we miss, and it takes more than the opportunity to visit other cultures to understand them. So this documentary is a little bit different. It is mainly about the effects that "American Dream" has on those who have it, but also, how many times we may be able to change our destiny. For those of us who have "American Dream" we have to live up to it, and this documentary has a message that you will appreciate. For those who don't have the "American Dream" there are many things that we can learn, and there are many ways to do so. What I think is important about this documentary is that it is not just a one way trip. It is a journey. It takes a journey, but it is a journey that can help us change our lives. So the title, "American Dream" is very appropriate. It is not only about the dream, but it is also about the power of dreams, and about how we are able to achieve them. I believe that this documentary is very important for all of us, and it is an important message for all of us. I recommend it.

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Gregory Elliott

I read about this documentary on the news, so I decided to watch it. The only problem is that it is not as interesting as it should be. I can understand that it was made as a documentary, but it is not as interesting as it could have been. The documentary is so long that I felt like I was watching a big commercial for a product, the kind that is really only made by big corporations, and so it gets boring at some points. In this documentary, I just want to give a few points. First, the director should have been more careful about how he made the pictures. He could have had a better story in his hands, that is not like the ones that he is making now. And second, I have to say that the documentary is boring. It is very boring and even boring in a way that you feel like you are watching a commercial. But it is a very good documentary. I do not know why I am writing this, but I think that the director could have made a better documentary, because that is the only way to show the problem of society. But I do not think that this is a good documentary. It could have been better if the director had more attention on the subject of the film.

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Mildred W.

This is the first documentary I have seen on the rise of the alt-right. I didn't know what to expect from the film, as I had never heard of any of the movement or the Alt-Right. I was quite impressed by the producers and their presentation of the movement. I would have liked to see more of the white supremacist movement, but this is a good start to understand how the movement started, why it is growing, and how the movement is dealing with the government and people who disagree with them. This documentary does a great job of giving an in-depth look at the movement and what it is trying to accomplish. They also show the real threats that the movement faces and the issues that these people face, like the fact that a majority of the government and government officials support the movement and that is a great reason to fear them. It also shows the rise of Trump, who I think is a better choice than Obama or Clinton. I was very interested in this movement and the way that the Alt-Right is becoming more prominent, and this documentary really illustrates the way the movement is growing.

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Austin B.

I watched this movie and I have to say I was not disappointed. It was really good. The movie deals with a man who has gone on a journey of self discovery and spiritual awakening. It's about a guy named Lance and his journey of self discovery. I really enjoyed it and would recommend it to anybody. It's a good movie to watch. I really liked it.

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Craig Hanson

This is an interesting look at what can happen to a community when something bad happens. You get to see how things change, and you get to hear from those who were affected. As well as the people who had a hand in this. Overall, it's a very well made documentary. It's not overly serious, but it's realistic and it's a good look at the community. The effects are significant, as is the hope and the hope of what will come.

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This is a must see. It's a must see for any 'urban' person. If you are in the mood for a relaxing movie to watch, this is it. I'm not a big Michael Moore fan, but I think he's a great filmmaker. He's also the person to watch. A man who does not preach, but rather simply presents the facts. It's hard to do that with the constant barrage of negativity in our world. If you are looking for a movie that's "citizen journalism" and not anti-Bush, then this is the one. It's not going to be the best movie ever, but I think it's an important one, and I'd recommend it to anyone who's tired of hearing about how great Bush is. In a way, it's more like a documentary than a movie, but it's still a very important movie. This is what I call a "citizen journalism" movie. This is the most important movie I've ever seen.

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Nancy Kelly

In my opinion, this movie is a first-rate look at the way that an obsessive compulsive disorder affects those who suffer from it. For those who have a mental illness, this movie will surely touch your heart. For those who have not had such a condition, I am afraid you will not understand it very well. This movie will take you on a roller coaster ride, but at the end of the ride you may still not understand what you just experienced. It's like looking at the world through a series of large pictures, and all the images are in black and white, and you can't understand what is actually going on, because the picture is not clear enough. This movie is a must-see for anyone who has ever had a mental illness. My only regret is that I only got to watch it once. Otherwise, it would be a great, great movie.

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Brenda Smith

I just watched this film on a plane flight and it really changed my perspective on life. It was powerful and really got me thinking. It made me understand the importance of being alive and living for yourself and your dreams. I was really touched and inspired by this film. It is a great message and definitely helps motivate the people who watch it to not give up. I was on a plane and I would recommend this film to anyone that wants to live life and make a difference. The message is really important to me. It makes me think about my own life and what I can do to help others and it really gets me going in life. It makes me want to get out there and do what I can to make a difference. I recommend this film to everyone. It is definitely worth watching and it makes you really think about your own life.

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This documentary is a wonderful presentation of how brilliant and creative the Google guys are. They live the most interesting of lives and it's truly a joy to see their work in this way. There's a lot of heart, a lot of comedy, and a lot of humor. This documentary is for any movie fan. You will love this film. Enjoy.

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The concept of the movie is great. I've watched a lot of movies about brain activity and I thought this movie would be one of the best. The actors did a good job in their roles. I thought the movie was about 4-5 hours long and I enjoyed every minute of it. I loved the movie. I enjoyed it so much I wanted to watch it again.

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Donald Herrera

I don't want to give away the whole story of this documentary, so if you want to watch it without spoilers, read on. This is an extremely intelligent and unique look at the work of the famed Francis Bacon. There are also some interesting and interesting interviews with Bacon and others who have worked with him. The most interesting aspect of the documentary is the way Bacon's work is presented and how Bacon is really a very open and honest man. He has no agenda, no agenda for the movie, but instead just gives us a portrait of a man who has devoted his life to a purpose that has never changed. The documentary is extremely well done, and I would highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in Bacon and cinema.

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Linda Hill

This movie was a really good film. It had a good story line, and some good cinematography. It's not a big budget movie but it had a good story. The cinematography was great, and the story line was good. The movie was also well edited, and you never felt like it dragged on. The acting was really good, and the actors did a great job. The story is good, and the camera work is great. This is a movie that you will definitely enjoy.

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I think it was interesting to see these guys speak about their lives and their beliefs. I don't think it's any more or less than any other documentary you'd find on the subject. The information is interesting and the way it's presented is very well done. The whole thing is almost like a 'reality TV' show, so if you're looking for that, this is not the place to go. If you're looking for a documentary about a lifestyle, a way of life, etc. this is the one. It's a bit too long, and not too informative, but if you're in the mood for a different view of a certain subject, this is the one.

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Barbara Ortiz

This is the story of a family, a wife, two children and their wonderful extended family. This family is one of the most interesting to see and I am sure that many will have a lot to think about and be inspired by. There are several points that are very significant in this family's lives that will make you think. The movie is well worth seeing. It is not only about a family but about the meaning of family, about values and about the relationship between each member of a family.

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Grace Garrett

This is a documentary about the 2010 documentary about the Danish nuclear bomb and the 2012 film about the US reactor. The film is about the 1980s where the Danish bombs were being assembled. It shows the viewers how the explosion is made by using an atomic bomb and a steam engine and also how it is used to explode the bombs. When the press got involved, there was an order of silence but it started a media storm and the US nuclear reactors were inspected. The story is great and interesting and very entertaining to watch. The two parts are different and one of them is almost like a documentary about the nuclear bomb. I like this film very much.

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Michelle Reid

I just finished watching this film and I have to say that it is a very intriguing documentary. It's based on interviews with many of the original cast of the 1970 film, but there's not enough time to get to all of them. It's definitely an insight into the original cast, and I highly recommend seeing it. There are a few episodes where I couldn't understand a single word of what was being said, but it's still fascinating to see. It's well worth the time. I just hope that when the DVD comes out that there will be a couple more interviews. The story is quite interesting, and it would be interesting to see some of the cast discuss their thoughts and feelings on the film. It's definitely worth a look.

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A great documentary about the hip hop movement in Los Angeles. The documentary is pretty well done, the story of The Internet culture in Los Angeles is inspiring and well told, especially the late 50's and 60's of the early 1970's. The majority of the music and lyrics are extremely hard hitting but some of the lyrics are clunky and the people that are singing them are not very good singers. This is due to a lack of talent in the early parts of the production. However, the early 1970's is an interesting period in the history of hip hop in Los Angeles. However, some of the documentaries i have seen focus on the music and lyrics of the time period and that is what this is about. This film is pretty interesting and informative. The only thing that really bothers me about this documentary is the fact that the filming is very uneven and the music is too choppy. This is not a major problem but the director of this documentary, Greg Mclean, should have filmed a few more times or edited the scenes a little bit better. Overall, it's worth watching and I would definitely recommend it to anyone.

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Jesse Jimenez

I had the chance to see this film at the 2014 Philadelphia International Film Festival. What a surprise! It's one of those films that you have to watch over and over again to really get it. It's a film that is very intelligent and thought provoking, and it's one of those rare films that will stay with you long after the film is over. The documentary, "Flow" follows two people on their journey to move from a large American city to a small village in Europe, where they will be able to live their lives without having to fear for their safety and security. They are currently living in Amsterdam, and they are trying to get to Munich to find a job. However, the bureaucratic roadblocks in Germany make it very difficult for them to get an apartment. And when they finally get to Munich, they find that the whole experience has changed their lives. This film really shows you the ups and downs of living a "non-traditional" lifestyle. One of the downs is that they are treated like "second-class citizens" in Germany. However, the ups are that the people in the village are just as caring and nice as the Americans, and they also are able to get by just fine. They are able to get a job, live with other Germans, and travel abroad. The film is not only funny and thought-provoking, but it's also quite heart-breaking. One of the best parts of the film is when one of the Americans tells the other one how much he misses his dog. And, of course, this film is very informative, and I learned a lot from it. One thing I loved was the photography. It was the first time I have seen an "American film" that was completely filmed in a foreign country. It really helped me understand the culture in Germany. I would definitely recommend seeing this film, it's very good. This film really shows you what the "real" German people are like.

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Jerry L.

There's a whole subculture of fans of the underground Japanese pop/rock scene that exists on YouTube, so naturally there's a lot of criticism of any documentary or interview on the subject. I, like many, felt quite threatened by the people doing the digging for this documentary, with their out-of-context, low-quality footage of each of the artists. I also felt that the person who did the actual filming of the interviewees was a complete jerk, that they made the interviews sound like they were less than good (what, you're a friend of some band's singer, and then you use all his (her) time, and then you edit the footage out of the final product? Not good). I found myself thinking, if only they hadn't found the people doing the digging for this, this might have been a more interesting documentary. They were digging the wrong band. If they'd dug out the heart and soul of a small indie band, it would have been an excellent interview. This is one of those documentaries that's a very, very hard sell. The people who make this work for you aren't bad, but you really have to be in the right frame of mind. You have to believe that the band they're interviewing, and that the music they're talking about is good. If you think they're interviewing a band that you think is good, you might get annoyed. I'm not saying this documentary isn't worth watching. It's just hard to go along for the ride. Some of the interviewees are really interesting, especially the one who found the band. If you're a fan of the underground scene, or if you're just interested in the music scene, this is a good watch.

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What an incredible film. I didn't know anything about this film until I read the book, and when I did, it totally blew me away. It was the most powerful and memorable book I have ever read, and I was deeply moved by it. I am also a huge fan of Jack Donovan, and I am glad he was a part of this film. I think everyone who has read this book should see it, and everyone who hasn't should see it as well. I know I am going to be hearing a lot about this film. It is just such an incredible story. I will be seeing it again in the theaters, and I will be seeing it again on the big screen. I can't wait for the DVD release. I was just blown away by it, and I can't wait to see it again!

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Alice B.

This film is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. I saw it on the Sci-Fi channel, and it was so touching, so real, so real, and so, so, so great. It will have you in tears. The only thing that could make it better is if the director could go on and on with it, but it would not matter, because the way this movie is told is so real. I will not reveal the ending, but I promise that you will be shocked by it. If you have not seen this film, see it now. I am telling you now, to see this movie.

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Amanda Cole

What a fascinating experience to watch this documentary, it is an insightful and moving portrait of the artist. I was astonished to see the real life stories of these artists in the documentary, and was not surprised at the outcome of the film. It is a powerful film, and I strongly recommend it to all viewers who are interested in the subject matter. A must see for any film student, or a good watch for the rest of us.

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Barbara Richards

The film was great. I think everyone should watch it, especially those who know nothing about the internet or the world. It's very educational, and the idea behind it is pretty fantastic. I really hope this is the beginning of a new era for the film industry, because this is going to be HUGE! I'm so excited about what's next. I don't know if we will ever be able to see this again. This is such an amazing film, I really hope everyone sees it!