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Mr. Toilet: The World's #2 Man

Mr. Toilet: The World's #2 Man is a movie starring Jack Sim. Jack Sim, aka "Mr. Toilet," is a crusader for global sanitation. Born in the Singapore slums, Sim knows firsthand the agonies of not having a proper loo. Now he's...

Running Time
1 hours 27 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Lily Zepeda
Writer
Monique Zavistovski, Tchavdar Georgiev, Hee-Jae Park, Lily Zepeda
Actors
Jack Sim
Country
USA
Year
2019
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Jack Sim, aka "Mr. Toilet," is a crusader for global sanitation. Born in the Singapore slums, Sim knows firsthand the agonies of not having a proper loo. Now he's dedicating his life to a crisis no one dares talk about.

Comments about documentary «Mr. Toilet: The World's #2 Man» (18)

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Sean

I have been watching a lot of this genre lately. The documentary style is in vogue and the flow is quick and in the moment. It's almost a must-watch for the moment. This film is about a middle aged man who looks like a farmer and has the average work life of a "poor guy". He is a former gardener. He makes cheese and eats it like a regular person. He has a wife and two kids. He drives a bus for a living and gets a part time job in a food truck. He was offered a job as a forklift operator but he chose to stay in the farming trade. He has no choice but to go into this industry. He has no regrets and can't imagine why he has been forced into a position where he doesn't want to be. He works hard and tries to live a simple life. He does not feel any resentment at all. I saw this film and I was moved. He is the same guy I know who also works hard and feels no resentment. I felt empathy for him. I felt he was struggling. I felt he could not be happy. I felt he had nothing to live for. He has a family and a job. He feels they were not given anything in life. He has a son who is just beginning to speak. He feels trapped in his own world. I was moved by this man. I think he is a good man. I think he was suffering. I felt sorry for him. I felt I was watching a documentary. This is a documentary that could help a lot of people. I recommend it.

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Danielle Peterson

While Mr. Toilet: The World's #2 Man is a well-constructed and informative documentary, the film is in many ways somewhat disappointing. I think that a lot of what it takes to bring this topic to light was lacking in Mr. Toilet's presentation. The lack of authenticity in the images and videos was jarring. In a more traditional way, I think the film would have been stronger if Mr. Toilet had chosen to use more contemporary and contemporary images. For example, if we had more contemporary images of Mr. Toilet in his old-fashioned and plain clothes, then it would have been more believable. I understand the desire to make the film work, but Mr. Toilet could have done a better job at presenting his argument if he had chosen to present it in a more traditional way. I also think that the timing of the film would have been better if it had been longer. It was well-constructed and interesting, but I think it would have been better if Mr. Toilet had used the film as a series of individual documentaries instead of the one that he did. I think that the film is still worthwhile, but I think that it is somewhat underwhelming because it did not have the quality that it could have had.

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Jonathan Powell

So many people are saying this is the worst movie ever. It is so not true. It is very easy to make a bad movie. The main reason it has a 9 out of 10 is because it was very true to life. It was very entertaining. A lot of people do not like this movie because it is too real. But that is the point. If you don't like it, it is because you are not going to like the movie. I am so glad this movie is out and available. It is so good to see it. It is not just a movie about how to get a job. It is a movie about the different people who try to get a job and the hurdles they must overcome.

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Randy Peterson

This film is highly recommended, especially for those of us who are young and have not yet learned about how our society treats us. I would have been concerned about my family's safety, but I think that we will all learn to respect and love one another in the future. I would have never had any knowledge of this, had I not been part of the young generation that was raised in a single-parent household. I wish I had known more about it as a child, because I now see it as a kind of parent-child relationship. I have never been a huge fan of Bill Cosby, but I thought this was an interesting look into the way our society treats children. The guy who created this documentary must be an amazingly talented person, because I would have never known about this world if I did not have him as a parent. My kids (ages 9, 8, and 5) are more and more having conversations with me about what is going on around us. The most important things to teach them are that there is no such thing as "society" or "the system", but rather there is only one person in charge, and that person is the one that you love and trust most. It is one of the most powerful things I have learned as a child, and I think it is so important to teach our kids about this. I would have never known how this world operates if it wasn't for this film.

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Jason C.

The documentary that will make you think twice about the sewage systems of the world, well you already know what the documentary is about. The filmmaker has been following the progress of a series of European projects, starting with one in Canada, all of them, to some extent, pioneering work, though all of them are definitely doing something right, if you are willing to follow the progress of the European projects. The second documentary is a small film about the work of a couple of filmmakers in Australia who are trying to create a documentary about the inner workings of a sewage system. That was the last documentary I have watched that looked at the work of people in developing countries, but this documentary shows how the work of people in developing countries can lead to a much more global view of what is going on, and in some cases leads to better outcomes than the problems that face the people who live in the developing world. The documentary is a wonderful and extremely well done film that could be a good first viewing for many people, and is a good source of information, especially for people who have never seen a documentary before. In addition, the documentary is a great inspiration, and provides a different perspective on what is happening in developing countries, and in some cases, an answer to the question of how the world can improve the situation of the people who live in the developing world. Also, the film is really well put together, with good editing and a good selection of interviews. I would highly recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the world of the developing world, or to anyone who has ever watched a documentary, or who wants to. This documentary is a really good one, and should be a must for anyone who wants to see how the world could be a better place. It will help you to see that things that were once shocking, or unheard of, are really something that we have not seen in a long time. I highly recommend this film, and I hope that it is as good as I think it is. 9/10

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Janice Rivera

This is a pretty good documentary that takes a look at the history of drug use, how people got hooked on heroin and how people survived long enough to get the rest of their lives back. While this documentary is definitely not a must-see, I highly recommend it. While it does not provide many answers or good answers, it does offer enough to make you think. My favorite parts of this documentary include the interviews with Dr. David Gottschalk and Dr. Philip Bell. The film does a great job of letting the viewer know what a great job these two men did in order to save the lives of thousands of people, but at the same time, I have to admit, I found it a little hard to sympathize with them at times because I am a doctor myself and I can tell that they were dealing with horrible situations and seeing what people did in these situations. Another thing that I really liked about this documentary was that it took a look at the history of how heroin got to the United States. They did a good job of showing the highs and lows that people experienced when they started using heroin, and what the negative effects were. Overall, I would recommend this documentary to anyone who is looking for a good look at how a person gets hooked on heroin, and how they deal with it.

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Bruce R.

The documentary "Michael Fassbender's War" is an interesting and informative look into the life and work of one of the most polarizing actors of our time. It is certainly a great addition to his impressive resume, and it's easy to see why he is so popular. Fassbender, at age 24, is a much different person than he was when he first came to the attention of the public with his role as Jack Sparrow in the 2013 movie "Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest." The documentary takes us into the personal life of the man behind the role of Will Turner, a character that made the most of the Shakespearean drama that his name was attached to. We see the same character who was loved by the public and despised by the detractors, but is ultimately the hero that we all can recognize. The film starts off as an in depth look into Fassbender's childhood and how he was influenced by his father, who was a ship captain who was willing to take risks for the sake of the crew. While we see a glimpse of Fassbender's father, we don't get a sense of his character. Fassbender himself doesn't mention his father, but it's clear that he is quite the controlling and intimidating figure. He didn't have the stereotypical strong-man character of his father, but rather the character of the man who did everything for the sake of the family. This wasn't a simple, classic love story, but rather a complicated love story that included the father-son relationship and the romance between the daughter and her father. Fassbender's performance is a masterclass in acting. He was so convincing in his portrayal of the character that it is easy to forget that he was the same actor that played the role of Captain Jack Sparrow. Fassbender was very real in the role and is believable in the role of a man who was loved by the public and hated by the critics. We are also introduced to the actor behind the role, Will Poulter. Poulter is a British actor, who was born in Manchester, England. While Poulter was raised in Manchester, his mother was originally from Essex, England. His mother and father never married, and the mother continued to live in the United Kingdom. When Poulter was in his early twenties, his father decided to move the family to England. Poulter stayed with his father and was later adopted by his mother. When Poulter was 16, he was arrested for drinking alcohol. This led to the man he now calls his father, David, leaving England to live in England with his wife. Poulter remained with his father for 10 years. While in England, he went to school and was not allowed to attend the school of his choice, but he had the opportunity to be a tutor at a school in London. He became friends with the school's headmaster, but his friendship with his tutor ended when he was rejected by his former teacher, who then took his job at a law firm. He also got involved with a woman named Fiona, who became the woman who would eventually bear his child. When Poulter returned to England, he found that his father was arrested for drinking alcohol and was incarcerated in a mental institution. In England, Poulter had to drop out of school, but he found work as a lecturer and later a substitute teacher. When he left school, he returned to the United Kingdom, but he found that he was homeless. After several unsuccessful attempts to obtain employment, he was eventually able to get work as a lecturer in a school in London. He continued to study English and English

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Jane

I saw the World's #2 Man this weekend and I am in complete agreement with the other reviewers. Toilet is a great documentary. The interviews are incredibly detailed and extremely well done. The messages are both beautiful and incredibly moving. As a non-profit organization, we feel that the films should not only be free to view, but also be made available on DVD or other media. I hope that this documentary will be released as soon as possible. Thank you for making this film available to the world.

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Stephen

It's the second film I've seen about Harvey Weinstein, and I found it a very intriguing story. It's definitely a must see for anyone interested in the scandal, and a good glimpse into how this scandal affected Hollywood. It's hard to know how much of the movie was true, but it does show that Weinstein was a very powerful man and many people in Hollywood did not like him. What I found most interesting was how many people that were in his inner circle or business, did not like him. This is definitely a movie that would be worth seeing for anyone interested in the scandal.

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Joseph M.

This movie is a must-see for anyone who cares about what goes on in the prisons of the world. I was truly surprised to find that so many of the inmates in the US and many of the other countries are doing a great job. I believe that this movie was an accurate portrayal of the people who actually work in the prisons. I hope it gets to the viewing masses. To anyone who does not agree with the opinions expressed in this movie, I recommend the book, "Prisoners of the Night". That book tells a great deal about the people who live in the prisons of the world.

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Amy M.

I have watched a lot of documentaries about the life of Jesus Christ, but I have never seen one so powerful as this. I can't stop thinking about it. It's the most powerful documentary I've ever seen. What a blessing this is to watch. Thank you. I am going to start using my word and I am very glad to have had the opportunity to see this.

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Elizabeth

The documentary about the creation of the film Mr. Toilet (the world's second best grossing film ever) is interesting and informative and is well worth watching. The documentary focuses on the struggle of the writer and director to find a distributor and get a distribution deal. The film is available on DVD and it is worth watching. In the documentary the director and writer discuss the making of the film, the reactions to the film and the thoughts of the director and writer as they prepare to make the film. The documentary is very entertaining and informative. The documentary is well worth watching. I would recommend watching the documentary.

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Virginia Holland

The documentary is well worth seeing. While the topics and the background are generally predictable, it still manages to bring a whole new perspective to the subject. The fact that this documentary was not nominated for a single Oscar really shows the film industry's lack of attention to detail. It also shows that a good documentary will be the only way to do justice to the subject matter.

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Heather R.

Watching this movie was a fun experience. I was not expecting much and yet I found myself pleasantly surprised. I was interested to see how far Mr. Toilet would go to gain attention and in turn fame. It turns out that he is much more than just a local actor, he is a controversial figure in the porn industry and has attracted attention for his achievements in the field. He is also the subject of a documentary film that is not just about him but about the very community of porn, and the society that has produced it. I had no expectations and found myself pleasantly surprised.

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Joseph Reynolds

This is the documentary that you don't want to miss, as it chronicles the story of the greatest story in film history: How Toilet: The World's #2 Man, based on the stories of four different people who shared a common experience with Tom Cruise: to let the camera into their lives, and have the experience of having to have their own toms. That's what this doc is about, and it's well worth seeing. Tom Cruise is known for his films, but to be a true director, his artistry is not only limited to movies. This documentary shows you how he created a canvas for his artistry. It's an eye-opening look at how he gets his work done, and how it affects him, as well as the people who make it. And if you want to know what it's like to have your own toms, then this doc is the one you've been waiting for.

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Kathy F.

I first saw Mr. Toilet on HBO in 1999 and thought it was a pretty good documentary on this very special man. In fact, I would say it was more than just a documentary, but more like a little history lesson. As I got older and began to understand more about him, it became clear that this guy was a wonderful man who simply didn't deserve the way he was treated. He was a father, he was a son, he was a brother. And he was simply too good to be taken away. I am not going to tell you the details, but there are many. This is a documentary, so you should really just watch it and decide for yourself.

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Shirley Jackson

The documentary begins with a man giving an impromptu speech about the many ways in which the human body can be abused and how we are, perhaps, not the only species in the world, and in fact, the only species in the world to experience the negative effects of living in an environment that is inhospitable to human life. The documentary takes a turn when a woman named Dr. Margaret Nash, who specializes in heart attacks, shows up at the conference with her son and describes her symptoms in graphic detail, including a lack of oxygen in her heart and her son's inability to breathe on his own. After hearing about these types of symptoms and their potential implications, the audience is led to believe that everyone suffers from heart attacks, including women, but in reality, the situation is quite different. One woman in the audience is Roberta Lively, a woman who suffers from a degenerative neurological condition and is unable to breathe on her own. After learning that Roberta has a condition that is similar to hers, she begins to experience heart attacks and the interviewer, Dr. Randy Martin, asks Roberta to describe the symptoms she feels on a scale of 1 to 10. Roberta tells him that her condition is only on the scale of 1, and that it is not at all possible for her to describe all the symptoms she has been experiencing, so he then asks her what she thinks the symptoms are like. She answers by telling him that she is very afraid of the feeling of dying, and that she is afraid that her body is dying. In fact, she has a serious case of asthma, and she also says that she is afraid of the air that she breathes. Although Roberta is suffering from a neurological disorder, she is not suffering from an allergic reaction to pollen. The majority of the people who are suffering from heart attacks have an allergy to pollen, but she has a respiratory disorder, and therefore, she suffers from a neurological disorder. Although the documentary states that it is not possible for a woman to know if she has a neurological disorder, it does not tell viewers how this would affect Roberta's life. Her husband is a doctor, and she says that he is going to try to get a diagnosis. This would have been a good opportunity to talk about the complications of Roberta's condition, but the documentary does not discuss Roberta's condition, and we do not know how it affects her life. Roberta has been in a hospital for two years, and although she was admitted with severe asthma symptoms, she is able to get out of the hospital and has been taking a medication called Propranolol that helps her breathe on her own. Roberta does not know how to use her inhaler, and she cannot see a doctor to get the proper prescriptions. In fact, she feels that she is more comfortable living on her own and does not want to move to a nursing home. Roberta believes that this is her only option for living, and she wants

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Ralph

A stunning documentary about the drug-war that continues in the U.S. The point of the film is to show how the drugs are sold, where they come from, how they are distributed and ultimately how the money is spent. It is a simple story, but a powerful one. The movie is shot on location in San Francisco, as well as in various other cities. The narrator does an excellent job of explaining the state of the drug war, the system and how it works. While it is not a balanced view, it does get a point across and its impact is still felt. This film is a must see. I highly recommend it.