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Roger Waters: Us + Them

Roger Waters: Us + Them is a movie starring Rufat Aliyev, Farshid Azizi, and Nikoo Bafti. A look at Roger Waters' 2017-2018 concert tour.

Other Titles
Roger Waters Us + Them, Roger Waters - Us + Them, Roger Waters. Us + Them
Running Time
2 hours 15 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary, Music
Director
Sean Evans, Roger Waters
Actors
Farshid Azizi, Rufat Aliyev, Azzurra Caccetta, Nikoo Bafti
Country
UK
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

A look at Roger Waters' 2017-2018 concert tour.

Comments about documentary «Roger Waters: Us + Them» (17)

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Anna Jimenez

The film is a good one, and will not disappoint anyone. The movie shows how the rich can come out of the woods and be something more, and how a middle class person can be someone more than they are. The movie is not a documentary, and the ending is not meant to be a grand ending. The movie is meant to show how the rich can come out of the woods and be something more. The movie shows the rich through their own eyes, and that is a great idea. They are the ones that the rest of the world sees, and that is why the film is so important. The film is a great movie, and it will give you a lot of information on the rich, and their way of life. It is an amazing movie, and it should be shown more often.

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Carl

It was interesting to see what the documentary makers had to say about Waters' music and the current state of his art. I can't say I really liked this film. It's not bad, but it's not great either. There are some good points to it, though. For example, some of the interviews with his bandmates and their wives (e.g., Kim Fowley) and children are interesting. The documentary makers are also a lot more positive about his music than the fans are. And they are right. I can't think of a single song that I would really like, but I can't say that I wouldn't like it. It's a bit of a mixed bag, but I would definitely recommend it. I give it a C.

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Jeremy Clark

This is an excellent documentary about the history of the Black Panthers in the United States. The film takes a chronological approach, starting with the actual founding of the Black Panthers and then moving into the development of the group and the attempt to organize a militant revolution. It is well done and highly entertaining. The film covers a wide range of issues, from the problems with Black Power, to the political change, to the development of a revolutionary army. The film doesn't dwell on the various problems the Black Panthers faced, which makes it easy to follow the course of the revolution. It also shows how the Black Panthers turned to extreme violence as a means of confrontation. I think that the film provides a good overview of the events of the 1970's and the Black Panthers' transformation from a local organization to a worldwide revolutionary organization.

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Alice

While this film is full of positive messages about the importance of family and friends and the beauty of music, the film is also full of personal and cultural observations and observations that are totally subjective and subjective. The film is not about this specific situation. It is about the difference between a musician and a normal person. The most important thing in this film is that the music is present in every frame of the film. It is not a documentary. It is not a biography. It is about the music. There is nothing in this film that is not presented. You can enjoy it or you can hate it. I found it interesting and I enjoyed it. It is a very different film and it has a lot of important things in it. I don't think it is a bad film but it is definitely not the best film I've seen. I don't think it is a documentary but I do think it is a very personal film. It is about a very special situation and it is about a very special person. I think it is important to look at a person from a different point of view. If you want to see a documentary about a person's life, go see "Born to Run". If you want to see a documentary about a person's life, go see "Me and You and Everyone We Know".

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Joseph Patel

This is a powerful film. It is very well-made and is a must see for all who have a love of music and the world. It is very informative and also very emotional. The film begins with an interview with Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page. The interview is very well done and it's a great way to begin the film. It also gives an idea of what Led Zeppelin was like at that time and how they made the music they did. The film then follows the band throughout the 1980s and into the 1990s. The film shows the band at its best and shows the struggles they had in the studio. The band is very passionate about their music and what it means to them. This is a very good documentary about Led Zeppelin. The interviews are great and the film is well-made. This is a must see for all who love music and who have a love of the world.

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Samuel

This is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. I have been a fan of Waters since I was a teenager. I've seen a lot of his music, but I've never seen him talk about his own personal life. This is one of the first documentaries that I've seen that does that. It's a real story, and the music is great. It's like the perfect marriage of music and the human condition. I've always been a big fan of Pink Floyd, but I've never seen them talk about their personal life. I thought this was a great film.

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Julie G.

I grew up in NYC in the 80's, and was introduced to this music through the soundtrack to some of my favorite TV shows, "The Adventures of Sharkboy and Lavagirl" and "Columbo". I was blown away by the quality of this movie. It was powerful, it was creative, it was hilarious, and it was universal. I went to see it again last night, and had the same reaction I had when I first saw it. It was fantastic. I had the opportunity to go with my parents to see it at the New Jersey Museum of Art, and even though it was sold out, I went anyway. I loved it, it was one of my favorite movies of all time. It is definitely worth seeing. So far, I have only seen it twice. I'm looking forward to watching it again.

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Teresa

A documentary that has everything you can possibly imagine. I know it's a hard movie to watch, but the people who made it are people who care about their work and care about their audience. I could have walked out of this movie, but I stayed to listen to all the people involved in making it and learn what made it so special. My only negative was that it didn't end when I left. A definite must see.

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Andrea

We are the angry generation, and it is so refreshing to see that the tide of politics has changed, and the kids are not getting pushed around by the elders. Now I am not against youth music and I am very open minded to it, but I am tired of hearing from people in power about it being dangerous, as if music is an anti-social activity that will lead to violence and destruction. Music is not some 'evil', it is an expression of a life lived. Music is a soundtrack for every moment, and in that regard I do not believe that young people need to worry about being labeled as trouble makers, which is a standard of oppression that exists today. If you want to have a riot or a riot you should do it without a record, but music is a celebration of life, and a soundtrack for all moments. We are not violent people, we are just people that have chosen to make music, and we should be proud of that. Thank you to those that have contributed to this amazing film, and thank you to all the people that are involved in making this film, and thank you to the people who work to make this a reality. We are going to win!

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Kathryn

I was completely blown away. In his best interview ever, Waters sat down and said all he really wanted to do was write music and sing songs. What was shocking was the man who said "It's like taking a power tool and playing with a hammer". And this was from a man who made his first film. I can't understand how anyone could not enjoy this movie. The music is amazing. There's a lot of great songs that I know that are not on the soundtrack. It's great for fans of metal music and the same for the fans of old rock and roll. The movie is pretty long but it's worth it. It's also very realistic and I can't think of anything that isn't going to happen in the real world. It's very important to me to see and hear what's going on in the world today and I think that a lot of people are missing this movie because they are too busy with everything else that's happening. The point is that it's important to know what's going on in the world today, but I think that we need to do something about it. To people that don't like it, you're right. You're too busy and I don't understand why you can't enjoy the film and hear what Waters is saying.

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David Sims

After seeing the score for The Pink Floyd film Us + Them, I was slightly disappointed, but I wasn't that shocked. What I saw was a documentary, not a review. I saw a behind the scenes look at the making of the film. It was interesting, it was informative and the musicians were very good. I felt a bit cheated, but I am not a Pink Floyd fan and I did not read the lyrics to the songs, so it did not bother me. I really loved the film. It gave me a lot to think about and I was amazed by the information. I thought the music was amazing. I am going to buy the soundtrack. The film was beautifully done, and I am looking forward to the rest of the albums that they are going to put out. It is a great documentary that I will enjoy seeing again. I would definitely recommend it. 10/10.

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Alan Martinez

I've never watched this much drama before, it has great shots, music and characters, the scene that made me laugh the most was when they showed that old man making love to her mother, it was so funny and unexpected. The documentary was good, too. For example, one of the producers was very transparent, he gave the key to the movie. I have to say that this movie was made in 1980, but the events have happened already, they are the same that happened in Bosnia, etc, that is a very important thing for us to remember. I think that if we learn this things, we'll learn more about the United States and that's what I think, we have to learn it. If we don't learn, we'll have nothing to be proud of.

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Amanda Hudson

Let me start by saying that I was never a musician in the first place. I did have some contact with the music world, and I am a total computer geek. But I love the arts and the arts and the arts. I love movies, music, arts, and so on. This movie is for me the best of the art. I love this movie because it was released in the 1980's. It was kind of a precursor to modern day pop culture and the internet. The art it describes is at the same time a coming of age of sorts and is, in part, a tribute to the 20th century as a whole. It is also a reaction to the things that are happening now. This is a movie that is both a mix of some "made for tv" movies that show the trends of today, and some real old school movies. For example, the music videos, as I said, are real old school movie stars. The movie was made by a fan, but this is not some cult classic like that. It is made to tell a story, to get the art out there, to raise awareness of what is going on in the world today, to draw in the masses, and to make people feel. This is the first movie I have ever gone and see that has really made an impact on me. I don't know how to rate it, but it is really well done. In fact, the only thing that I am surprised at is that it was never released on VHS, because it is so great. If you are a musician, an artist, or even just a lover of art, watch this movie. You will not be disappointed.

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Jane Mendoza

I have been a fan of Pink Floyd since I was 12 years old. When I saw this documentary, I thought it was an incredible documentary. The music is amazing, the message is powerful and I was deeply touched by the truth about the mental health of each of the artists. I was deeply moved and knew that this documentary would make my life better. This is a must see documentary. If you have not seen this documentary, please do. You will not regret it. This is an incredible documentary and is amazing!

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Catherine C.

I really enjoyed this film. I felt like the doc was very well done. I also like the way they told the story. It was very interesting and I found myself looking at the movie multiple times. The documentary also made me realize just how close I am to my own personal hate group. I was able to understand why some people would feel the way they did. It also made me think that the people who hate us must have more to hate. They are just so misunderstood and misunderstood. The people who hate us are all so twisted. They're just stupid, I've never seen them as someone who is so twisted. The fact that this is a documentary made me wonder if they are actually all the same person. I really liked the fact that they showed me that all of these people are people. I also thought the fact that I was a part of the hate group was kind of interesting. I also really liked the way they made me understand the hatred that they felt towards us. I think that it is a very powerful film that shows you the way that hate gets started. I think that the doc should have been made longer and better to show more about the hate. I also think that the way they told the story was very well done. It was a very good documentary and I would recommend it to anyone who is into the documentary or music.

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Rebecca T.

Let me tell you, I am not an angry musician. I am not a critic of any kind. I am simply a music lover and I have the duty to express my opinion, and not the other way around. This is my opinion, and I'm sure you're gonna hear it. Let me also add that I am also a Christian, but not a fundamentalist Christian. So please don't let the fact that I am not Christian stop you from seeing this film. There are two groups of people that can view this film. First, there are those who will be moved by it. Second, there are those who will be insulted by it. If you're in the latter category, and you don't mind offending people, you can watch this film. If not, I suggest you watch it and make your own mind up. I thought this film was very well made, and I had a great time watching it. I found it incredibly insightful and it was both entertaining and thought-provoking. The whole film is filled with a lot of "what ifs". What if the entire world was in tune with one man? What if there were no borders between our world and another? What if all of us could just be one human being? What if we all loved each other? The fact that there were some of the main characters here was also quite interesting. It was such a shame that the "amazing" people were not given enough time to speak for themselves. I don't know if this was intentional, but they were just not given the proper amount of time. This film also had a lot of spiritual elements to it, so I was very impressed. Also, I liked the way that the director did not show us what the hell was going on in these people's minds. They showed us only what they wanted us to see. So they could have not had to put a lot of action into the movie to get us to see what the hell was going on. Also, they showed us some things that we can't see, like the constant conversations about Jesus and God. Also, they showed us the spirituality of the people, and some of the themes that the film covered were spiritual themes. Also, I thought the director did a good job of being very faithful to the Bible. I mean, that's what I'm telling you. The Bible. And, by the way, there were a lot of Christian quotes in this film. So it was a very spiritual film. So now, back to the music. The music was good. It was very well done, and some of the pieces reminded me of the old James Bond movies. So it was an okay movie, but it was a little boring at times. It did not capture my imagination, which was also the purpose of the movie. Overall, I would give this film a 9/10, and I hope that everyone who likes music will also like this film.

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Frances T.

The combination of raw, emotional, emotional rock and roll and a lot of shit that happened in the 1970's is a really great mix. The reason I like this film so much is because of the people who played in it and also because of the fact that I loved every second of it. The whole way through it I was always thinking, "Hey, this is great!" I really don't want to say much about this movie, except that I really loved it. I could go on and on about the people who were in this film, but I'll just say that it's amazing and really has everything. There are so many amazing things that I love about this movie, but I don't want to spoil it. I do want to say that the DVD that I bought was so cool because I really liked the way that they had added music to the movie. It was amazing to listen to the music and I had such a good time with it. The movie itself is so good that you really feel like you are watching it live. The way that it is filmed, the music, the way that the people that were in this film were living and all of the people that were involved, they all do a fantastic job. I really feel like this film is great and I really hope that you all will see this movie, because I really do love it and I want you all to see it too. I really do.