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Always at The Carlyle

Always at The Carlyle is a movie starring Woody Allen, Herb Alpert, and Wes Anderson. The iconic Carlyle hotel has been an international destination for a particular jet-set as well as a favorite haunt of the most discernible New...

Other Titles
Always at the Carlyle, カーライル ニューヨークが恋したホテル, カーライル ニューヨークが恋したホテル, Last Night at the Carlyle
Running Time
1 hours 32 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Matthew Miele
Matthew Miele
Anthony Bourdain, Woody Allen, Herb Alpert, Wes Anderson
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

The iconic Carlyle hotel has been an international destination for a particular jet-set as well as a favorite haunt of the most discernible New Yorkers.

Comments about documentary «Always at The Carlyle» (27)

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Michael C.

This is the true story of the seven-year-long terrorist siege of a London building that killed almost 100 people. If you have not seen this movie, I would strongly recommend that you do. I know that this film is a bit controversial because of its emphasis on the role of government in promoting freedom. But that's not really the point. I think that there are many issues raised in the film that should be addressed by governments, the military and the civil society. I think that one of the main themes of the film is the role of the media. I was shocked by the extent to which the media hyped the London attacks and portrayed it as an act of terrorism. It's actually quite amazing how easy it is to be able to do that. The media is one of the most powerful forces in shaping the perception of events and, at the same time, that is what allows us to ignore the truth. It was certainly a great film, but I think that people need to see it without getting too political. A real eye-opener.

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Watching this film is like seeing a giant diamond, which one feels like a carousel - one never quite knows where it might lead, so to speak. I can't really recommend this film highly enough, and I think anyone who is a fan of Roger Ebert is going to love it. The film is in its early stages, but already shows an incredible talent for portraying one of America's most notorious criminals, John Carlyle, a man who sold his soul to the devil to become a millionaire. Carlyle was convicted of tax evasion in 1991 and has been behind bars ever since. Carlyle was convicted of insider trading by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in 1992, and since then, Carlyle has been the subject of numerous documentaries, TV specials, books, and public opinion polls. He has been seen as a hero, a monster, a symbol of American greed and corruption. Many of these opinions are true. Carlyle is a horrible person, and he is also a very famous person, so there are many people who are fans of his. It is hard to know exactly how to react to Carlyle's crimes, but if you see this movie, you will understand what I mean. If you want to see Carlyle as a man who was forced to give up his morals and become a monster, you should watch this film. Carlyle's life story is so compelling, that the film itself seems to have become a very personal experience for Ebert. Ebert shows us what Carlyle was like as a child, how he became a multi-millionaire, and how he fell for the charms of his "angel" - his wife. When he was 18, Carlyle married his childhood sweetheart, Irene, and the next year, they had a daughter. One day, he was accused of tax evasion and spent a year in jail. He was released in 1998, but after a year, he was back in jail again, this time for insider trading. He was convicted of these crimes in 2006, and his life has been a living hell ever since. In addition to all of this, he has also been the subject of many documentaries, TV specials, books, and public opinion polls. Carlyle was certainly a monster. In the film, we see him talking about his life in prison, and how he could never change. We also see him talking about his struggles in the prison. We see him trying to find a way to live in a prison that was too cold for him. We see him trying to become a better human being. One can see that Carlyle is trying to do this, but it is a very hard thing to do. For example, one of the most memorable scenes is when he talks to the American attorney about the torture of black men. Carlyle tells him that it's OK to beat up people, but he should remember that they were people too. There is a scene where he is telling a group of inmates how they should be treated. Carlyle tells them that they should "just go with it," and it is a scene that is hard to watch

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Kenneth N.

It's a very boring documentary, which is a shame, because they could have had a lot more footage in it, but unfortunately the movie is about 400 minutes long. It's the sort of documentary that just sucks you in. I'm sure that all people who want to understand the subcultures and the general attitude towards the gay culture would enjoy this. But personally I think it's a bit too overblown. It feels like the whole thing is about an event that took place in the late 70's. The film is also a bit confusing, because it gives you a lot of information about gay culture, and then just tries to pass it off as a documentary. It's definitely worth seeing, but it isn't the most interesting documentary I've ever seen.

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Timothy J.

The Carter Center in Atlanta is a major, national organization dedicated to ending extreme poverty. The Carter Center has a long history of working with the "empowered" and "free" populations of Haiti, Liberia and South Africa. In the early 1970s, the group brought in young men from these countries and trained them in the art of pitching tents, creating food, and running a grocery store. The Center's mission is to address all forms of poverty. Its volunteers train and work with Haitians, Liberians, and South Africans in an effort to "eliminate poverty." The Center has also given tens of millions of dollars to the African nations to eradicate poverty. One of the reasons the Carter Center is so important is that it provides a way for the United States to work with developing nations. The Center has an agreement with the World Bank to provide free advice and training to help African nations with the social, economic, and political problems they face. The Center is a very successful organization. They are quite unique and effective in their work. I was very happy that the documentary did an excellent job of showing this very important, very effective organization. I hope that the movie will be seen and appreciated by many people.

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Tensely entertaining and very well put together, 'At The Carlyle' is a must see documentary. I was really impressed by the documentary format, a lot of the research and interviews were done in-camera. This is very rare in documentary films. The film was actually made in 90 minutes, but there were so many interesting points to get across that it felt like a movie. I'd love to see more of this film. I was surprised to find out that some of the interviewees have no political views. The documentary definitely deserves to be seen and I'm glad I was able to watch it.

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Greetings again from the darkness. We were only 10 years old when the country crashed and we lost our mothers, sisters, and friends in the greatest crime in our history. It is only in retrospect that we know the scope of this crime, the magnitude of what happened, and the sorrow we feel to this day. But how do we ever feel the loss, the grief, the pain, and the horror? We may be living in the same country that we once fled, but we still live in fear, hatred, and destruction. This movie was filmed from a first person point of view, and gives us a real sense of what it was like to live through those years. The interviews were great, and there were some great stories told about the carnage of the war. For all of us who are not old enough to remember the worst years of our country, it is an amazing story. I hope it can be shown to other Americans who may be thinking of doing the same. This movie makes us aware of the ways in which we live, and how we react to the disasters of war. We do not blame the world for our problems, but we blame ourselves for living in denial. We are the people who live in the shadows of our great country, and who live in fear of our future. This movie helps us remember what we have forgotten. We must never forget.

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The art of film-making, while it can be a process of perfecting a particular style and style of filmmaking, is one that can often be flawed. It's like life. You can be a great artist at one time and then slip into mediocrity and mediocrity. I feel that this documentary captures the evolution of Bruce Lee's career in a very unique way. It is also unique because the acting in this film is superb. It is the acting of Jackie Chan, Bruce Lee, and Tony Leung. I love that they share the screen. It really helps that the film was directed by David Fincher, who directed the terrific film, Fight Club. I think this documentary is a must-see for anyone interested in martial arts films. It is a must-see for any fan of Jackie Chan, or Bruce Lee.

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Tammy O.

I have seen this movie before and it has been on TV before and I don't think it is all that bad. But when I saw it again, I can't remember what it was about. But it was fun watching it. It was a story about the books and how the book characters become part of the movie. The actors all did a very good job. The movie was different and different from the books. The movie was not the same. It was kind of slow at times but I really enjoyed it. It was fun to watch it. I would watch it again.

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Hate to be the one to spoil the surprises of the film, but this is a very interesting look at how world governments react to natural disasters, as well as the government's relationships with those affected. The film focuses on the US government's response to the Japanese tsunami of 2011, and the Russian emergency response. In the first half of the film, the US government had to do some major re-engineering of its disaster response system. A lot of this is reminiscent of what we saw in the US response to Katrina, and the personal effect this had on the White House's response. The film does a good job of showing the feelings of the US government and the US public. The film also shows the political and bureaucratic machinations that go into disaster response. While some of this is familiar, it's still interesting to see how the US responds to a crisis. I'm not sure that the film could have shown as much as it did, without all the political maneuvering. The film ends up becoming a personal diary of sorts, and a window into the White House and the response to the 2011 Tsunami. The film is a bit slow at times, but it does a good job of showing the internal workings of the White House and the people involved in the disaster response.

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Joe Garrett

Watching "The Carlyle" I thought I was in for a good documentary, but it's actually a real meat-grinder. It's actually quite boring to sit through the whole thing, and there's a lot of self-serving spin on the movie. But, if you're a fan of the film, there are several things you should know. First, the film takes the case of a man who is accused of raping and killing his wife, a crime that he never committed. His case was too slow-moving, and he could not have been convicted, because the evidence was weak. So the "adversary" takes the case, and tries to prove that the husband was innocent. The evidence that is presented is very well done, and I thought the movie did an excellent job of showing this evidence. However, the only real evidence the "adversary" presents is that the husband was in love with his wife, and his wife was in love with her husband. She was a great actress, and I would like to see more of her in movies. Second, the only other real evidence the "adversary" presents is that his wife was in a mental institution when she was murdered. In fact, she had a very weak case. It seems like there was some way she could have made this case stick, but that was not the case. The movie gives you a lot of background information, but it's not very deep. I would have liked to see more of the mental institution and the evidence that was presented. Third, the guy who is suing the husband in the case was a very poor lawyer. The film shows how much of a waste he was. The only thing I really liked was the ending, which I thought was pretty good. If you liked "The Fountain", you'll probably like this one as well. It's not as good, but it's a solid documentary, worth watching.

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Craig Hansen

I've been watching these videos since '95 and I think this film is pretty good. It was my first exposure to the Carlyle, and now I know why. The end result is that the Carlyle is now one of my favorite music houses, and the Carlyle is now one of my favorite bands. The Carlyle and Nirvana were both a part of this music movement, and the Carlyle took that movement to a whole new level. I don't really know much about Kurt Cobain, but I have a good idea that he was depressed. He had a pretty good head on his shoulders, but he was also the biggest nerd I've ever seen. The Nirvana music scene in my opinion was a major catalyst in that culture, and also was a catalyst in my generation, where I was the most famous musician in my school. The Carlyle took that and turned it into a cult. I still think that they did a pretty good job at this. I think the music was much better, and the end result was much better. So, for those of you who haven't seen it, it's well worth it.

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Billy Mills

This is a documentary that you can watch over and over again, because it's not only fascinating but it also makes you think about the world we live in. In my opinion it is a very good documentary and very well made. The story is very interesting and the film is very well made. I loved the fact that they showed the locations of the couple and their life and the animals that they got together. It is a very nice documentary. I recommend this movie to anyone who likes to watch documentaries and to anyone who loves animals and love to learn about them.

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Diane Ramos

With the recent rise of film making in Canada, film makers have the opportunity to reach audiences across the country. How a Canadian filmmaker chose to explore the relationship between two men is interesting and is part of the whole conversation. The film is definitely worth watching and makes you think about what's happening in our society. We are seeing a lot of kids coming into the screenwriting world. The ability to write and direct is not enough. It is more about the actor. The directors need to be able to be accountable to the public. This film is really interesting and one of the best Canadian documentaries I've seen.

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Amanda H.

No spoilers, just see it for yourself. When you see the clip of Bill Clinton's speech you might think this is a Republican talk show or a liberal raving about the "American dream" but it's a documentary about how the people of Egypt's Suez Canal city of Alexandria, CA suffered in a power grab by the International Petroleum Company (IPC) in 1974, and the eventual revolution that ensued. The way I feel about the film is that it shows how poor people in a country with a lot of natural resources and resources can be so desperate that they will sacrifice any hope for their own welfare. When you see the clips of that speech, you will see that in the end, the American dream is a little too good to be true. The movie follows some of the most active and courageous men of Alexandria during this period of upheaval, and it is very impressive. They talk about their stories of resistance and perseverance. The two directors did a great job, and I would recommend this documentary.

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Tiffany Hernandez

I didn't know much about "The Carlyle" before I saw it, but I'm glad I did. I'm glad I watched it. It was the best documentary I've ever seen about the building that bears the name of the man who inspired the architect, Frank Lloyd Wright. The documentary was well done, and I think it's important to have documentaries about the people who inspired Wright, and this one is definitely a must-see. If you're a fan of the architect, you should definitely watch this. If you're not, you should definitely watch it. I'm glad I did.

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Paul G.

This is a very good film about the making of the iconic movie "The Carlyle." I liked the film a lot. It is very informative. The film starts with the events leading up to the making of the movie. It also gives a very good insight into the making of the movie, with interviews with the people who worked on the movie. It is a very good film for people who like documentaries. I recommend it to anyone who likes to learn more about the making of a movie. If you don't like to learn about the making of a movie, then this isn't the film for you.

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Jean Carlson

I saw this documentary about a decade ago. I was completely blown away. I have always loved the music and I am a huge Carlyle fan. This documentary tells the story of the band and their life, from their childhood to the death of guitarist/songwriter John Carlyle. The documentary is very informative and entertaining. The music is very good and the music videos are amazing. I think it's the best documentary about Carlyle I have ever seen. It's a must see.

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I went to the premiere of this documentary at the Tribeca Film Festival. I had read the book and I wanted to see the movie. The book is an incredible, powerful, and thought-provoking story about the rise and fall of the Carlyle family and the life of Peter Parker. The movie, which takes place in the early 80s, is a more polished and polished version of the book. I found the movie's presentation to be more interesting and more informative. The documentary itself is a great way to learn about Peter Parker and his life. The film's focus is on the father and the son and it was interesting to see how the movie was able to present a great amount of information about the relationship between the two men and how they managed to survive as well as how they were able to do so. I found that the movie also presented some of the important details about the film, such as the fact that the father was involved in a fire at the Carlyle mansion. I also felt that the movie did a good job of showing the struggles Peter Parker had and the struggles that the father went through. I really enjoyed the documentary and found it to be a very interesting and interesting look at the life of Peter Parker. I would definitely recommend this documentary.

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Juan Vasquez

This is the best documentary I've ever seen about a woman's struggle to get out of a dead-end job. I saw this at a film festival, and it was just so well done. It's a very personal story, and it's interesting to see the way it unfolded. But the best part is that it shows you the women's real motivations. It's not just a protest against the company, or against the government. It's more about the women's personal lives, and how they dealt with it. It's great to see the emotions they had, and it's so heartbreaking to see how they got out of it. It's a great film, and it's not about the problems of the company. It's about the personal lives of the women, and how they dealt with it. I would recommend this to anyone who has a bit of a personal interest in the Carlyle story, or who is interested in women's issues.

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Ethan Chavez

The Carlyle is a documentary about the book "The Carlyle Papers" by Jay Leiderman. Jay's daughter had to be on the brink of death due to cancer, and the book was a way for Jay to help the family and his wife, Monique, with the expenses. Jay made a film that is meant to be a glimpse into his life and how he was able to come up with the idea to write a book. Jay, a self-proclaimed genius, is a fascinating person, and his life story is fascinating. The film is about Jay's life as a businessman and a man with a good heart. The film is entertaining and informative, and the cinematography is excellent. The film is very much a family affair, and it is a testament to the success of the film that I was able to watch the film with my daughter. It is a good family film, and I recommend it to anyone who is a fan of Jay Leiderman. If you are a fan of Jay Leiderman, I would suggest you watch the film. The film is a must-see for anyone who loves Jay Leiderman.

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I was actually surprised by this film, as I'd been expecting something more serious and dramatic. However, the director, Robert Frank, is a great storyteller, and the film is full of interesting anecdotes and fascinating facts. This is a film that should be seen by everyone, as it is well worth watching.

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This is a very well done documentary. It's not easy to be objective about an issue like this, and it's difficult to come to any conclusion without being biased. But the film is worth seeing for two reasons. First, it shows the reasons why the Carlyle Group has been so successful. The second reason is that it tells the story of how a group of people, with little money, came together to build a casino. The story is told in a very detailed, fascinating way. It is not only informative, but it's also very entertaining. The interviews are always interesting, and the information is always fresh. The only problem I had with this film was that it didn't really focus on the casino. The interviews were mostly about the people who were involved in the Carlyle Group. This was not a problem, because the interviews were very interesting. But it would have been nice to have seen more of the casino. I think this was a great film, and I recommend it to everyone.

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Melissa J.

I was lucky enough to see this film at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival. I thought it was a very interesting and well-made film. The first hour of the film was a little slow and some of the camera work was not very good. However, the last hour of the film was really good. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in philosophy, religion, or any other subject that is really hard to discuss in a film. It is very interesting to see how many different viewpoints were expressed in the film and how some of them were very different. The film also is very entertaining and I would recommend this film to anyone who is looking for a good film.

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Joyce White

I was drawn into this documentary by the personal stories and testimonies of the women featured in the film. Each one of the women featured in this film has an incredible story to tell, and the film allows the viewer to empathize with each of them. The documentary also highlights the issues that plague women and girls in the developing world and the struggles that these women face. This film is not only a documentary but a call to action. Every woman should see this film. I highly recommend it.

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Karen C.

I really loved this movie. It was a great insight into the workings of a successful business. It was a good look at the way that people can be successful. I am not a big fan of the celebrity's that are involved in the Carlyle Group. I don't think they have that much of an impact on the people that work for them. This is not a story about how the people who work for the Carlyle Group have to deal with the media. This is about the Carlyle Group, and how it operates. It is a great look at how a business operates, and what is required of it. The movie was very informative and very interesting. I recommend this movie to everyone who is interested in business.

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I have to say, this is a very good documentary. The first hour is very interesting and informative. It starts with the original owners of the Carlyle House and how they met, lived and died. The house itself was the inspiration for many Hollywood films. The documentary does a good job of showing how the house is run and the people who work there. The documentary is very well done and the production is very professional. It's very rare to find a documentary that is actually as good as this one. I also liked the part about the Carlyle family's perspective on the house and how they are trying to maintain it. I also liked the part about how the house is made and the special effects. Overall, I think this is a very good documentary. It's not the best documentary I've seen but it's good.

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Joe Anderson

I had the opportunity to attend a screening of this film at the New York Film Festival. The film is a documentary about the lives of the Carlyle sisters, who were in their early 30s when the documentary was made. The sisters, who were all of African-American descent, have a difficult life at home. Their father, a white man, is a drunk and abusive. They are given food and money by their mother, but she is unable to feed them or clothe them properly. When they go to school, they are often the targets of racial slurs and insults. Their mother has been arrested several times for public drunkenness. The sisters are treated like children and are treated like children. Their mother's attitude is summed up in one of the sisters' quotes: "I'm not the one who needs to take care of her, she's the one who needs to take care of herself." This is a very compelling film, which shows the sisters' life in the 1960s, when the civil rights movement was gaining momentum. I would recommend this film to anyone interested in the history of the civil rights movement.