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La cordillère des songes

La cordillère des songes is a movie starring Jorge Baradit, Vicente Gajardo, and Francisco Gazitúa. Patricio Guzmán left Chile more than 40 years ago when the military dictatorship took over the government. However, he never stopped...

Other Titles
Οροσειρά των Ονείρων, La cordigliera dei sogni, The Cordillera of Dreams, La cordillera de los sueños
Running Time
1 hours 24 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Patricio Guzmán
Patricio Guzmán
Francisco Gazitúa, Pablo Salas, Jorge Baradit, Vicente Gajardo
France, Chile
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

Patricio Guzmán left Chile more than 40 years ago when the military dictatorship took over the democratically-elected government, but he never stopped thinking about a country, a culture, and a place on the map that he never forgot. After covering the North in Nostalgia for the Light and the South in The Pearl Button, his shots get up-close with what he calls "the vast revealing backbone of Chile's past and recent history.

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Elizabeth Salazar

I went to see this movie because I really liked the short films by Banderas and his wife, and I was surprised at how I found this movie. This is one of the better documentaries that I have seen lately, in my opinion. I was also surprised at how the "first generation" got the hell beat out of them in school. Some of the kids are really lucky, they go to an elite school that doesn't give out death sentences. But that's not the best part about this film, because it's not a lot of fun. It's really a sad look at how a group of kids from such a good school and education system were treated by the school system in a country where this is common practice. It is also a look into what it was like when they were in the inner city, they are even kind of sad about it. All in all, it was a good movie, not perfect, but it was still an interesting look at the situation of youth today. I highly recommend it. A great movie. And don't forget to see the short films, it's even more interesting.

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Gloria T.

This is one of the best documentaries I've seen. It's an excellent documentary about the music of Prince, and how he made it his own. It shows how Prince was so much more than just a pop star, but also a musician, and how his music was so important for many people. The interviews are mostly from Prince's early days in the 1980s, and his early death in 1996. The interviews are excellent, and make you feel as though you know Prince, and you feel like you are watching a documentary about him. The documentary is a little bit slow at times, but it is great. Prince was a great man, and it's great to see how his music was such a huge part of his life.

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The first time I saw this movie, I was in my early teens, and I really didn't understand what the fuss was about. I thought the whole thing was just about the best thing ever, but after I saw it again a few months later, I understood what the fuss was about. First of all, what this film is about is just amazing. It is one of those movies that is so much more than what the title implies. It is about the history of a great continent, and it's people. It's about love, sorrow, history, death, and the new beginning of a new millennium. The only thing I didn't like was the music, I didn't understand what was going on with the film. I also couldn't understand the whole point of the film, what was the point of the girl singing? I just didn't get it. I also think that it is a bit long, and maybe I don't understand French very well, but that doesn't matter, because the film is still brilliant. What is more is that it is very moving. It makes you feel for these people, and you are affected by it, you feel the pain, the sadness, and the love. It is so worth seeing, and it has a lasting effect on you. You have to be in a right frame of mind, or in the right mood to appreciate it, but I think it is worth it.

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Stephen Alexander

This was the first French film I ever saw, and I am glad I was there. After seeing "Love in the Time of Cholera" and "I am a Slave, White and Brown" I decided to give "Desorbeur" another chance. As it's the first French film I've seen, I've already decided I'll review it after seeing "Symphony in Blue." I liked this film better than "Love in the Time of Cholera" and it's not a bad film at all. The film follows an orphaned girl who lives in a farm and has her mother working in the same farm. She is a freewheeling girl and has a wild imagination. At the age of 12, she gets sent to live with her uncle in the French countryside. It's a country life, and the girl learns how to sew, which she uses to make clothes for her uncle's company. They live with their uncle and their aunt, and their lives are simple and happy. Her uncle is a rich man, and she has little contact with her family. The movie is about her becoming more independent, and it has some really touching moments. The film is short, but that's not a bad thing. The film is actually a little slow in the beginning, but once it gets going, the story keeps going. You really learn to enjoy the film and care about the characters. There's a lot of sadness in the film and I think that's why the director chose to make it a little slow. The story is interesting and it's a little bit different than most French films. I think the film is a good one for anyone who loves French cinema. This is definitely a movie I'll watch again.

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Margaret Hopkins

Went to see this movie because of it's great cast. First, let me say that the story is not new, there are many other films about this topic, I was just pleasantly surprised by how simple it is, the acting is great, the directing is a bit over the top, but, overall, a very well done movie. I was a bit disappointed by the ending, although I did not expect it to be this way. That said, the story is very good, and it's easy to understand. The cast is fantastic, especially from the start. There is no filler in this movie, there is no boring parts, you will enjoy this movie, and you may even learn something. It's a simple movie, but it's a great movie. I recommend this movie, you won't regret it.

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Nathan Brooks

The film was fantastic. The way the directors cut together different stories and put them together was truly interesting. I had a difficult time with some of the things that happened to the guy, but that's because he was not a normal human being. I felt sorry for him, as he had been robbed of his dignity, but that's part of human nature. That's what made him such a person. He was a poor man, and yet he had the most beautiful and beautiful woman in the world. I also enjoyed the way that the director did not try to create some kind of moral, or tell us that it was wrong for these women to have sex with this man. He made us understand that it was a simple human mistake that happened to these women, and that it was a human problem. He also showed us that these women were only doing what they had to do to make money, and to live a better life. In the end he tried to show us that in our society women are not as they used to be, and that we should take care of our own bodies, and we should respect the sanctity of human sexuality. The film was very interesting, and the subjects that it touched were very interesting. I would highly recommend this film to anyone who wants to know about the suffering of the disenfranchised. It is definitely worth seeing. 10/10.

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Stephen Evans

I was only 7 years old when this film was released in France. I remember the beginning of the film as if it was yesterday. I was absolutely fascinated by the story, the beautiful shots, the music and the images. The movie never disappoints. It is a very funny, sad and a little bit sad, but always very well made and very entertaining. It is a great movie to watch if you are a movie-lover, or if you have any interest in French cinema, and if you are a fan of the great director. It is also a movie to see if you like to be entertained and if you are a movie-lover. It is a masterpiece. I have only one complaint, it is a little bit long, but it is not really a big problem. My vote is 9/10.

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Nathan Romero

I'd seen a trailer for this documentary, in fact. I watched the entire thing. This is one of the most amazing documentaries I've ever seen. I had to find out what exactly it was about. It was very well done. I found it interesting that the filmmaker went back and checked his own tapes to see what exactly happened in the movie. I'm a filmmaker myself, so I can relate to that. He was right! It was a very good movie. I'm glad I saw it. I'd like to see it again, and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the movie. It's a great movie. I really loved it!

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Barbara A.

It's not a documentary, and it's not intended to be a documentary, but it does do a good job at doing both. It has some great quotes and it is funny. It has a fair amount of interesting background information about musicians, music and the music business. I like this movie, but I would have liked to see more of the music business. I'm not a music business expert, but I would have liked to see more of what happened behind the scenes. Overall, this is a good movie. It will give you some background information on a fascinating topic. It will also give you some great quotes. I also think it is a great movie for anyone interested in music.

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Andrea H.

This is a true story, a story about a former Marine who has joined the military and is now a Special Forces soldier. This film is very moving. It is very touching and is very inspirational. The way he tells the story is very good. He does a very good job of showing his parents, his brother, his friends, and his family. He also shows his little brother and his little sister. This film is very emotional, and this film is a very sad movie, but it is a very good film. It is very touching. It is a great film.

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Henry G.

I like this film for its interesting take on the subject of family, the way the father, the brother and the sister were all put in a rather unique light, and the odd mix of people from the various backgrounds. As with all films, there are some superficial things that don't work. For instance, the conversation between the father and his brother and sister could have been a bit more direct. For the most part, though, this film is quite interesting and a must see.

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As I watched this documentary, I was reminded of my mother's, who was a nurse in the 1940's. She showed me how she would comfort a dying patient and how she would try to keep him from slipping into a coma. It was a very depressing time, but she would never let her guard down. She would be seen to cry and then go back to work. This documentary reminded me of that time in my life. I was proud to be a nurse in my time and I have always been proud to be a nurse. I would like to be a nurse in the future, but I will need to be more careful. The documentary is very well done, and it is very well acted. I recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about nursing.

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Sharon G.

This is a little different. I have not seen the documentary, and I only came across it by accident, on TV. There is no particular reason for this, but I'm curious as to why I hadn't seen this before. I find the fact that it is almost completely French, very interesting. A lot of the interviewees are native French speakers. They talk about the problems they have been facing in France, and also talk about the reasons for that, including the perceived lack of French culture in France. A lot of the interviews have the typical French interviewers talking, but some have a bit more interesting ones. It's worth noting that the French are interviewed in French, and they talk in French. It's not English, which is what the English-speaking interviewees were asked to do. As a result, some of the English-speaking interviewees might have found it hard to understand the French speakers. This film is quite interesting, but the main point is to see how French is so different from the English. The one thing I was really interested in was the French background music, which is obviously an important part of the French cultural background. The French are often described as having a very sophisticated understanding of music, and this documentary shows that to be quite true. I have no idea how much of the French culture is spoken in the French cultural background, but the soundtrack is a lot of fun. There are several songs, some are very good, others are just fine. There are also some French-language songs, and they were chosen for a reason. The music is also shown in several interviews, which are not that interesting. Some of the interviews are interesting, but the majority are not. I think this is because of the fact that this is a documentary, and it's not really necessary to be informed about the French culture. It is also not necessary to know French to understand the interviewees, and this is what makes it really interesting. I think the documentary could have been a bit longer. I think it would have been a bit more interesting, and also a bit more funny, if it had been longer. As a result, I think the film would have been better with one hour, or maybe two hours. I think it would have also been better if the interviewees were mostly French speakers, and it would have made it a bit more interesting. The film is also a bit different from the usual documentary. It is not an historical document, or a news-reel. I think this is a good thing. It's a documentary, and the interviews are not just the usual interviews, but some are actual interviews. This is what I think is important. I think the documentary is not a typical

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Sara Montgomery

I have a soft spot for documentaries. I don't like them too much but I think it is a wonderful place to get to know more about some of the people who have shaped the world. This film is not the best film of this kind, but it is still a very entertaining one. The film begins in the late 1950's and describes the struggle of a young boy in his home village of Auvergne, France. He was the son of a starving, outcast man who took on a job as a cook to support his family. The boy spent his time working in the fields of the village and in the store where he worked he would usually see some of his other classmates. They would sing songs together, exchange greetings and stories. The boy is often brought up to become a good cook but his strong will, hard work and sense of responsibility, all prevent him from achieving this goal. The boy is loved and respected by all of his classmates but he is the only one who does not have a chance of making it in the city. When his family falls apart, the boy finds solace in a friend, a singer named Michel. The story ends with Michel's death in the same town where the boy grew up. The boy's family is now headed by a woman who lives with her husband and their son. They are happy, but they are far from the path they have taken. They have lost their passion for music, their love for each other and their connection with their neighbors. The boy's father returns to the village where he grew up and the mother is a widow. The boy begins to play music again but he is forbidden to return to his village. He is told that he is not the best cook but he does not listen. The story of the boy is told in a clear and compelling manner, showing the struggles that the boy goes through. The story of the boy is told in a very straightforward manner. This is not an easy film to watch. It is an interesting story but it is not the easiest to watch. I am not sure that it will change anyone's life but it is a very interesting story.

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Arthur M.

This film is a work of art. The idea is brilliant and the execution is perfect. I was not expecting much from this film but I was pleasantly surprised. I am not a fan of documentaries and this is one of the few I have seen that truly delivers the information. I will be watching this film again and again and will be buying it when it comes out on DVD. The narration is done well by the narrator and the images are great. I would recommend this film to anyone.

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Willie Young

When I first heard about the film, I was initially skeptical. The original idea had been too good to be true. But then I saw the trailer and thought, "This is going to be a fantastic film." I had no idea that the filmmaker, Jules Dassin, had directed a documentary on the subject, which is now available on DVD. The documentary is based on a book, "La Cordillère des Songes," which is about the process of making "Le Carillon." It is not really a documentary as the director describes it. It is more of a film about the work and the people involved in it. I am impressed with the film because of the people involved, but also because it is so well done. There are people in the film who are not actors, and they are amazing. I don't know if this is true, but there is a woman who has no dialogue and plays the piano, but she is a brilliant pianist. I also love the woman who played the organ, and the music she played was so beautiful. And there is a man who plays the violin, but he is really an amazing musician. I am not sure what the director was trying to accomplish, but I think it was a great film. I highly recommend this film.

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Larry K.

This documentary was the second film I saw after The Last of the Mohicans, and it was also the first film I saw in the theater. I don't think I've ever seen a documentary as good as this one. It's a beautiful, quiet, and very moving film that has the power to move and touch you. I think the reason it's so good is that it's not a documentary about the Mohicans, it's a documentary about the Native American people and how they live and how they relate to the rest of the world. I don't think I've ever seen a documentary that touched me this much. I think it's a great film and I recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about the people who lived in the Americas and how they relate to the rest of the world. If you're a fan of documentaries and you haven't seen this one yet, I recommend you to go out and see it. You won't be disappointed.

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David Davidson

This documentary was a fascinating journey of two people in the process of the creation of a musical piece that could stand in as an example of how music can be used to change the world. The documentary has a nice balance of interviews with musicians, directors, and other producers of the piece. The film is very informative and gives a lot of information about the process of the film. The film ends on a good note and leaves the viewer with a strong feeling of a better understanding of the world of music.

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As a music lover I was very interested in this movie. The fact that it is so much more than a music documentary, it is also a documentary on the development of the Quebecois musical scene. The interviews are mostly in French, but at times English, with French subtitles. A very interesting subject, with a lot of new information to be learned. The interviews are often very informative, and in some cases, revealing, revealing, revealing. The interviews are edited, but in some cases, you get the impression that the actors themselves were the ones who were the most interested in being interviewed. This is an excellent example of that. It is also very interesting to see the musicians themselves speak about their work. The DVD is a must. It is made in the same way as the documentary itself. It has two tracks, one on the beginning, one on the end. It is a very good way to experience the interviewees, to get a lot of information from them, to learn a lot of new things about the history of the Quebecois music scene, and to understand the meaning of the title, as well as the name of the film. It is also a very good way to get a more complete picture of the film. You will also find out a lot about the history of the Quebecois music scene, and you will also learn about some of the most important people in the Quebecois music scene. This is a very good DVD, and one of the best I have seen in a long time.

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Ryan C.

This is a wonderful film for those who are interested in the history of music. It tells the story of a certain artist who was very close to his own times and has a very interesting and informative way of looking at his work. It is also a film that will give a lot of ideas to those who want to know more about the history of music and the importance of the musicians.

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Joyce D.

The man who created a film from a book is a brilliant genius. I think he is much underrated. I wish there was more of his work on the big screen. It was great to see a film that had both a director and a story to tell. The cast is amazing. I hope to see more of them in the future.

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Ann A.

For years I have been searching for a documentary on the lives of musicians who lived through the 40s and 50s. This is my second attempt. I have to say that I am not disappointed. There is so much to see and so much to learn about. The film is not made in a way that is easy to understand. It is a documentary that asks many questions, and then answers them. It is a film that leaves you thinking about things you didn't understand before. It is an excellent film that will help you to discover what you had forgotten.

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Russell Kelly

I am a long time fan of the French film industry. I was curious about this film because it had a strong French culture but it had a strong French documentary aspect. I liked it. It is a great story. It's about the struggle for some French people to live in a France that is very different from their own. The film is in French. I think the French language makes it all the more interesting. I think this film is great because it is well made and shot. The narration is done very well and at times makes you feel like you are a part of the film. I was also impressed with the way the director and the cast talked about the movie. They talked about their family life in France, about their daily lives, their families, about their work and about their experiences in the film. The actors in the film spoke in a very strong way. They were very believable. The directors were very accurate about what they had experienced. I liked the way they spoke about their experience, their family life, about their families, about their work and about their experiences in the film. I think the directors did a very good job of showing the French people as people who really were like them. I think that the documentary aspect of the film really shows the struggle of the French people for living in a country that is different from their own. The French people are very very different from the American people in many ways. The director was very accurate and I think this film is a great film that shows a strong struggle of the French people for living in a country that is different from their own.

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Donna L.

This film is a great example of how our modern society is constantly striving to reach the top of the ladder. With our ever increasing number of highly educated people who have higher and higher salaries, and the increased difficulty in meeting this salary, this film shows how the average income is not really what it is used to be, in fact the average income is so low that even if a person is able to get a job in a highly regarded company, it's not possible for him/her to earn more than their monthly income. I think this film was made by a Frenchman, and it's pretty amazing. A perfect example of how much society has changed. In our modern society, where everybody wants to get a better job, and a more expensive one, it's very hard for anyone to achieve this. The more expensive a job is, the more difficult it is to achieve a high salary. This film shows that the society is not in the hands of a few. I would also like to mention the amazing work of the production crew, who did an excellent job, and the wonderful art work. This film is a real "must see". I give it a 9 out of 10.

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Ashley G.

I just saw this film at the Florida International Film Festival. I'm a big fan of Diane Arbus, and I always thought she was the greatest screen actress of all time. I had never heard of this film, but I had heard that it was really good. The problem is, it wasn't. I'm sorry, but this film wasn't really good. I guess the only reason that it made the festival, was because of Arbus. I was also curious about this film because I am a big fan of Marlene Dietrich, and also because I am a big fan of Louise Bourgeois, and I found the film to be nothing but a love story. I just don't think that the two actresses have anything to do with each other. And I was really disappointed with the ending. I didn't think that Dietrich's character was so self-absorbed that she could go back and change her life. It seemed to me that she went back to where she was at the time. And Bourgeois's character was really pathetic. I could go on and on. The film was very slow, and I didn't think that it really showed anything new. I think that the film had the potential to be really good, but it just wasn't.

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This is a great movie. The narrator, Dr.Sebastien Gasser, who also wrote the book, "Un paradis sur les hommes ci-dessus", tells the story of a man named Marc (Jean-Louis Vertee) who is actually a transvestite. He wants to change his identity. The point of the movie is to explain to the viewer what a transsexual is. A transsexual is someone who has been born a male, but who has a female brain. The two people with the most problems with this are Marc and Marc's psychiatrist, Dr. Bruno (Pierre Almond). He treats Marc like he is a girl, not like he is a man. He's like a psychoanalyst. It's not that simple, Bruno. He can't distinguish the two people. He's in love with Marc, but he's not in love with Marc. Marc's psychiatrist is really mad. Marc is the most important person in his life, but Bruno can't accept that. This movie is a great lesson in understanding and accepting different gender identities. It teaches us that we can't judge someone by his or her physical appearance. The film is very slow moving, but it is also very profound. It's a story about life, love, death, and desire. It's a beautiful film.

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George Daniels

The first half of this documentary is so much more interesting than the second. If you can get through the first, you'll love the second. What's amazing is that they managed to keep it so interesting and so engaging. I love this film.

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Catherine C.

This movie is a must-see for everyone, and I mean everyone. It is an intense and heart-breaking story of a woman who can no longer stand up for herself and her child. The love and support of her friends and family was so powerful that she felt compelled to fight back against the terrible onslaught of the system, her own child, and the world. This film is truly powerful and very emotional. The only thing I could have done to make it more realistic was to have been in the same situation. I'm not saying that this is a "miracle" or that the child didn't go to her death, but I would not have been able to make it to that point. I was so impressed with the level of understanding of this mother and the other actors and actresses involved in the film, that I highly recommend this film to anyone who has ever felt or grown up with a child with a disability or has a child at home with a disability. I do not want to make this sound like I'm giving this movie a bad review. I'm simply saying that the movie is so powerful and realistic that it could easily be made into a documentary and that the actors and actresses who were involved with the movie should be recognized and given awards.

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I just watched this documentary at the library in Providence RI. I am the father of a 14 year old who is taking music lessons from his teacher. It is one of the most beautiful documentaries I have ever seen. I don't remember the teacher's name but she has a name that is very familiar to me. I am in awe of how many people will relate to this story. I also found myself thinking of my own situation in regards to my own son, as he is a teen and he has become more independent and self centered since he started taking music lessons. I think he will probably continue to do that in the future. The music teacher is very interesting and well rounded in her background and life. Her story is very inspiring and I look forward to more of her stories. I also found it a little amusing at times because of the way the teacher portrayed the situation. It is not like it was like that in reality. The teacher was in fact married and had a family and her husband was a hardworking police officer. The husband is now in law enforcement, his children are now in college, and the mother is currently working. I think the teacher really did a wonderful job in taking us through her life and her story.

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I love this film. I saw it for the first time on television, and I was really moved. The art is really beautiful and, while it is sad, it does not make the viewer feel the same way. The film is a really unique experience. It is also really exciting and unique, which makes the viewer really feel the sense of freedom and the emotions. I would recommend this film to anyone who likes to be moved. I would also recommend it to people who love documentaries about the world of dreams and the emotions that go along with them. Overall, this is a really good film, and I recommend it to anyone who wants to be moved.

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Phillip Warren

A film that is worth a lot. A film that will make you think, and will give you an idea of the way things are, and why we do what we do. The only thing that could be more relevant than the film is the way we live, how we think, and how we behave. And this film has it all. The film is a mixture of interviews with various people, as well as interviews with many more. It starts with the relationship between the parents of the child, and the parents themselves. Then we follow the child in his/her life, as he/she is growing up, and the relationship between the parents and the child. We see how the child has been raised, and the way they live in the same household. We see how the parents are trying to put the child in a good relationship with the other people in the household, and how they try to put the child in a good relationship with his/her peers. This is a documentary that will give you a lot of insight on how people live, and how they think. And it will also give you an idea of how we can help each other. I would recommend this film to everyone, and to anyone that wants to learn a little bit more about life. The film is well made, and will be appreciated by all.

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Louis Day

A director and a journalist - Francois Boisseau and Jacques Chirac - came to Paris to record the other side of their encounters with the French elite in the 1920s. They were in the US, with an Englishman and a Frenchwoman to accompany them, when they learned of the involvement of a couple of rich and powerful individuals in the murder of a political opponent. With the aid of a colleague, a biographer, the director and his photographer, they attempted to investigate the case, but also to try to understand the attitudes of the people around them. They met with the leader of the radical-leaning Gaullist party, Emilie Robuchon, and an attempt was made to interview her husband, the politician, Gustave Lecerf. The director was not able to interview Lecerf directly, but he had a chance to talk to him by telephone. There was another attempt to interview Robuchon by telephone, and they decided to contact her by letter. She replied to the director in a letter, but the director was unable to interview her either. He also met with a distinguished person in the police, Count Guillaume Laurant, and he spoke with him about the assassination of a leading Gaullist, Francois Boisset, and the relation of the two men. However, when they returned to France, they did not meet with Laurant again, and the director found no documentary evidence that the assassination had taken place. He decided to leave Paris and travel to New York, but he did not get permission from the authorities, because the director's brief had not been approved. After two years, he had to leave New York. He returned to Paris and found his contacts were not there, but he was able to make an audio-tape of the discussions of the director and the journalist, without the knowledge of the director, the journalist and the British biographer. The results were published in a book by the director and his journalist. The book had a happy ending, for the director, who could publish the book in French with a different title. He had the opportunity to return to Paris, but the reason he left was that he could not meet the man who had talked to him about the murder of Boisset. He did not know that the man was a member of the Gaullist party. The director was always proud of his connection with his work. The Paris Review, which he had founded, would publish his work in a bilingual format. He was able to work with a French editor, who translated his work and distributed it in French-speaking countries. He wrote many books, and in these books he wrote about his meetings with the Gaullist party, as well as with his meetings with the French elite. He was able to publish the book "Deux ans deux, au temps des nobles". He gave interviews to the New York Times, which was in a position to publish his work. He received the first of many honors from the French government, with the appointment of a Senator. In this book, he had made a career for himself, in the service of the country he loved, which he had loved as a child. He also had a special

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Douglas Keller

This documentary focuses on the most important subject in music-the music industry. It tells us about the small-town music scene and the lives of the people who love it. It also tells us about the big problems in the music industry today, like plagiarism and poor competition. It gives a very important insight about how music really is, and how people are creating music. This documentary is not just about the music industry, it is also about the people involved in it. For example, the people who perform and produce the music. The people who write and sing the songs. The people who are artists and musicians. The people who are promoters and producers. The people who are musicians and producers. And the people who have a big part in the industry. The only thing that I didn't understand was how the music industry is managed. It seems like everything happens in a very chaotic way. If you watch this documentary, you'll be amazed to know that this is how things are. There is not one person who doesn't want to win and has everything in his control. I think it is one of the best documentaries ever made.

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Although I am a big fan of Tchaikovsky, and although I have a large collection of his music, I have never seen this movie. It is a very good documentary, but it has some flaws. First of all, the main character, a young boy, can hardly speak Russian. I could understand the words of the teacher and some of the other students, but the boy could not. And the guy who plays the violin is not Russian. And the violin is played by a kid who is very good, but not Russian. So, for those who have a large collection of Tchaikovsky's music, you may want to watch this movie. But for those who do not have such a collection, it is not worth it.

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I saw the show "Wanderlust" on t.v. and I really loved it. I also really liked the documentary "A New Life" on it. So, I decided to watch this documentary and I'm glad I did. In the show, the author of the book "Wanderlust" used to play in a band and he talked about the differences between the two worlds of rock music and folk music. The author, Michael Steinberg, who also wrote the book "Wanderlust", is also a former lead singer of a folk band called the Agonists, who made it to the big stage in the 60's. The story about this band and the influence of folk music on the "rock" scene of the 60's is also fascinating. As far as I know, the movie "Wanderlust" is not very accessible for the average movie-goer. The interviews and the montage are a bit boring. I'm not very familiar with folk music and I did not find the main actor very convincing. I understand that this is a documentary and that I don't need to know anything about the band's history to enjoy it. But, I have to admit that it was a bit boring, so I recommend to watch this documentary before you go to the movie. My vote is seven. Title (Brazil): "AO Vingalas" ("Anxiousness")

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Christian Chavez

It is a lot of fun to watch the French movies as it is to see the way they want to make a movie. The French don't want to be mainstream, and their movies are more of a treat for their own audience. You can also see the very professional way they make a movie, making sure the sound is great, and that the lighting is perfect. This is a documentary about the music in French movies, and they have made a pretty good job at it. It is a very entertaining documentary, and they do a good job at showing you what movies are made of. I thought the documentary was very entertaining, it was very informative and it gave a lot of information about the movies. It showed the actors, directors and other people involved in making movies, and it showed them talking about what they did. It also showed them talking about the movies they had done, and it showed them talking about what they thought of the movies they had made. The documentary was good, and I would recommend it to people who like documentaries. It was a good documentary, and it was good enough to show you what a movie is like, and what the people who made it did to make it. I thought the documentary was very entertaining, and I would recommend it to people who like documentaries.

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There are many great films about the life of musicians. But this documentary is unique in its ability to show the inner workings of a single musician. A brilliant, deeply personal, and beautifully photographed portrait of a musician, the director of the film, Jean-Jacques Bey, is able to capture the astonishing power of a musician. The film is made in French, but I found it comprehensible and the music comprehensible. The director is able to tell a story of a man, an artist, and a musician. The director has the ability to tell a story of the art of a musician, and he does so beautifully. The director does a wonderful job at capturing the power of a musician, his drive, and the pain that drives him. He does this through the brilliant cinematography and the incredibly well-edited, beautifully photographed, and beautifully composed soundtrack. I highly recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in the life of a musician. This is a must see.

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For many years, many viewers have wondered why the French government allowed the film "Cordillerie des songes" to be made. Some have believed it was because the government wanted to get their hands on the proceeds. I'm not sure why they were afraid of losing their subsidy. The film is a very important document of the rise and fall of the French intellectual tradition. In France, there is a strong tradition of "auteurism" and it's not surprising that the film has been a disappointment to many people. However, the film does not come across as an indictment of the intellectual tradition. Rather, it is a condemnation of the tradition itself. The film is narrated by "the old and the young." There are many stories, but one of the most important is about a young man named "Francois," who is sent to an institute in Paris for the retarded. It's during this time that he meets a young man named "Christophe," who has also been sent there. During the course of the film, both young men are sent to different intellectual institutions. The first time that Christophe is in the institution, he feels no difference between the men in the institution and he is filled with joy. However, his joy is short-lived. One day, Christophe's father comes into the institution and asks Christophe to speak to his son. The father explains that he was the father of a girl that was killed by a train in the previous year. The father was concerned about the welfare of his daughter, and he wants to take Christophe into his home. After that, Christophe begins to realize that the institute in which he is sent is like an asylum for the mentally retarded. After seeing the institute, he is determined to change it. However, after a few weeks, he begins to feel very depressed. He feels that his father has abandoned him. When Christophe's father tells him that he wants him to talk to Christophe, he doesn't understand what he is talking about. He is confused as to why his father would want to talk to him. It's at this point that Christophe begins to see his father's behavior as strange. He realizes that his father is not an idiot. He feels that his father is a kind, but very weak man. He is convinced that his father is still capable of feeling. He begins to believe that his father is a real person. He begins to feel that he is not alone in his feelings. He begins to understand that he is not just

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Patricia Payne

It is really interesting to see how film is made with just a few people. It's a very beautiful movie. It tells the story of how and why people in the world are born and how they are becoming. It is really beautiful. It shows how humanity needs to go beyond simple survival of the fittest. Humanity needs to go beyond anything. It shows the amazing diversity of humanity. The people on this planet are really amazing. They are the ones that are the most beautiful. It is a very beautiful movie. It is really great.

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It's a very sad film. It's about a man who has an IQ of 79. He has to do something about it. This film is amazing. I would give it a 9/10 but the trailer makes me think that it's going to be a depressing film. I was wrong. This film is great. It's very uplifting. You can't help but be moved by the characters. I think it's a great film and I would recommend it to anyone.

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Craig Torres

For my money, a lot of the clichés that are so prevalent in films these days can be found in "The Tango's". "The Tango's" tells the story of a young man, Pierre (Samuel), who becomes fascinated with the new dance, and is told to move on with his life, or face the consequences. He does so, and his life has a really interesting turn. The film is shot very interestingly, with a nice variety of camera angles and angles, the film also uses a nice balance of long and close shots. But what really makes "The Tango's" special is the wonderful music, from the brilliant Brahms to the beautiful "Ich seh nur so viel" by Bach. This is the best soundtrack of the year, and I was very pleased to hear it. "The Tango's" is a film that you have to watch, and you will be very much disappointed if you don't.

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I was excited to see this movie because I like how it looks and I like the music. But I didn't really understand it. I didn't know who the other people were. It was a little bit confusing to me. I think the director should have put more pictures in it. But I liked the music. It was good. The director should have made more pictures. I liked the movie, but I think the director should have put more pictures in it.

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Julie G.

This is a really good documentary about the music industry in France. The film is very well done, and I would recommend it to anyone interested in music. The filmmakers go into great detail about the history of the music industry in France. They also go into great detail about the various record companies, who are responsible for the music. The film is also very well made, with a great sense of place and time. I think the film is well worth seeing. It's a great documentary, but not for everyone.

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Karen D.

This documentary is extremely well made. It's a must see if you like documentaries. It is the only documentary on the internet that is completely in French. If you are an avid fan of documentaries, this is one you should definitely watch. I was impressed how well the director captured the mood of the city of Montreal. You will feel the sadness, the pain, and the joy in this documentary. The only downside to this documentary is the fact that it is in French. Otherwise it would be one of the best documentaries I have ever seen.

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This film is so interesting because it deals with an issue that people really don't want to talk about. The film is really informative and is an experience that is hard to forget. In this country, racism is still a very serious issue and it is something that every society has to deal with, whether it be in school, family or in the workplace. As with most films that deal with an issue that many people don't want to talk about, it is a very hard subject to deal with and this film succeeds in doing that. This is a film that you should see, if only because of the topic it deals with.

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Diane Perry

The interview with Henri Hamel was one of the best films I have ever seen. It is such a pleasure to see so many things, particularly with respect to a person who is an almost mythical figure. Hamel's career is one of the most diverse that has ever existed, from his "prostitute" days in France, to his distinguished Hollywood career, to his retirement, and even to his death in 2015, and it is very important to see his life from different perspectives, as a movie producer, a screenwriter, and even a painter. The film was filmed with the help of various documentary films, and the interviews with many people from Hamel's life, are more than enlightening. The film was also a great help for me, since I was not familiar with his work, and this gave me a greater appreciation for his work, and I would recommend it to anyone.

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Mary P.

As a film student I was greatly impressed by the sophistication of this film. The people interviewed are not people that you would usually encounter on a rainy night. They're sophisticated, articulate and well-spoken. In fact, I was surprised at how they were able to convey a variety of stories, including those of women. This film is not only about the women who have been victims of domestic abuse, but also about the men who are the victims of abuse. The film begins with the women talking about how their husbands have abused them and how they were made to feel ashamed of their sexuality. In a way, the women's story parallels the men's. They talk about how their lives have been destroyed, and they are left with no option but to have a relationship with a man who is capable of providing love and acceptance. The women in the film are also remarkably candid about their experiences of abuse. I have read stories about domestic violence that are much worse than this film. The film makes a number of references to domestic violence and how it can lead to mental and physical illness. The film ends with a powerful message about how domestic violence and its effects can affect a family's life. It's very disturbing, but the film does a good job of conveying this message. I'm not sure why it was so difficult to find people willing to be interviewed for this film. As an adult who has experienced domestic violence, I was very impressed by the documentary. It was very moving, and I thought that the story was presented in an intelligent manner. It is a film that should be shown at every community college, and I highly recommend it to anyone who has ever experienced domestic violence.

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Funny, well made, well edited, and well produced. If you are in the mood for a documentary, and are not afraid of a little bit of self-exploration, this is definitely a film for you.

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Brittany C.

A wonderful movie about the music business in France, filmed in Paris, between the years of 1982 and 1988. It's a story about the legendary Jean-Michel Jarre (the famous singer who, like many other famous people, also had a very good musical career), his music career, his business dealings, his relationships with his family, and his relationship with his bandmates. The director was, of course, the brilliant Claude Rains, who made two great films about the French music industry, "Rag'n'Bone" and "La Cordillaire des songes". The movie is very, very well done and is really worth seeing. The acting is excellent, with Jean-Michel Jarre as the main character, Emmanuelle Devos as his girlfriend, who has been in love with him for years, and others who are supporting him. It's a really good movie, and the documentary on the film's making is really interesting. The movie also includes interviews with several people involved in the production, including Jarre himself, and several of the people who worked on the soundtrack. It's a very nice movie, and it's definitely worth watching.

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This documentary is wonderful. I was never much of a fan of Bruce Springsteen but this documentary has changed my mind. It is very different from the usual Springsteen biographies, which are full of anecdotes and musical anecdotes, while this documentary is full of facts. I was glad to learn that the majority of the stories are true. This documentary is for anyone who is a fan of Bruce Springsteen, even if you have never heard of him. I do not recommend this documentary for children because the stories are very disturbing and disturbing. I also do not recommend this documentary for anyone who is pregnant. The narrator was very graphic in describing the graphic abortion scenes. I hope this documentary is distributed widely and that everyone who is a Bruce Springsteen fan will see it. Bruce Springsteen fans do not need to be worried about this documentary.

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Anna Guerrero

This documentary looks at the future of the music industry. It's fascinating, and if you want to understand the business, you'll need to watch this. It's also pretty much the same as the movie "This is Spinal Tap", but it's a little different in that it's not a biopic, but a documentary. It also looks at some of the issues that the industry faces, like how to promote new artists and whether or not it's necessary to use record companies as a whole. The movie also looks at the current status of the industry, including new artists and some of the new music that's coming out. I thought it was an interesting look at the future of the industry. It also reminds me a little bit of the documentary "The Artist," but it's not a perfect comparison. I'm not sure that the movie will change anyone's opinion about the music industry, but it's certainly worth a watch. I'm not sure if I'd recommend it to anyone else, but it's worth the time. I also thought that it's worth mentioning that this documentary is in French, so if you're not a French speaker, it might be hard to follow. If you're interested in the music industry, I'd say that this is a good documentary to watch. It's definitely worth watching, but if you're looking for a documentary about the music industry, it's not my favorite. If you like the music industry, you might want to check this out.

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Pamela H.

I saw this documentary several years ago at a free screening in the Boston area, and the film is still the most powerful I've ever seen. The life of a mother struggling to raise her children with a man who is addicted to heroin. I'm not a fan of the subject matter, but I think it's important to be aware of the heroin epidemic that has ravaged our nation, and it's only going to get worse. The film is incredibly powerful, and I would recommend it to anyone who's concerned about the future of our children and their health.

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Harold Hill

This is a very good documentary about the life of Paul Robeson. You should definitely watch it if you have not seen it before. The film starts off with Paul Robeson in his very early days as a student. He had a crush on a girl at school and felt like a failure. He then became the best at his school and became popular with the other students. Then he left his teacher after a fight and was kicked out. He went to the US and became famous. He was not well received by the people at the time and his fame dwindled. It is interesting to see how the film plays out. He was very polite and charming to the people he met. He was an accomplished musician and always seemed to have time to write and compose songs. He also had a great sense of humor. The film was really interesting to watch and you can see why it is one of the best documentaries you can find. It is really great to see the way that he became famous and the people around him. This is a very interesting documentary and you should definitely watch it.

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Mildred R.

When I heard that this film was about the rise of French singer Edith Piaf, I was very intrigued. I wanted to know more about her life, what her music was all about, and what caused her to become so famous. What I found was a great documentary, with a lot of beautiful moments, that shows the life of a remarkable woman. She was a woman of her time, a pioneer in music and in all other fields. This film is about the history of her career and her life. In the early days of the recording industry, Edith's husband died, and she became a single woman. She was also the lead singer of the French group, 'La Cordelliere des songes', but she had to leave it because she couldn't make it on her own. When she was finally able to make it on her own, she made her first recording with her friend, Jean-Paul Coudray, and her second record with her husband, her mentor and friend, Paul Pelletier. She was a great singer and she had the influence of her husband, but she also had a talent that the other singers did not have, that was the ability to make the music beautiful, to make the music the stars they were. She was able to do that, and she was able to make the music that would win her the acclaim she received. She was the first to have the voice of a rock singer, and she was the first to have the voice of a singer of the piano. The film is a wonderful documentary about a woman who was the first to make a success of music, and made it a success. It shows her rise, her decline, and her final years. There is a great deal of information on Edith Piaf, and her life, that is informative. She was very vocal and very musical, and she was a great singer. She was a great actress, too, and a great actress. I recommend this documentary to everyone, because it shows that Edith Piaf was one of the greatest artists of the 20th century, and one of the most famous women in history. I think it is a very interesting film, and I think it is a great documentary.

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Charles F.

It is an understatement to say that this is a documentary about the death penalty in France. The French are the most moral and highest-minded country in the world. The government, especially the Presi-dent, in the past, has always opposed the death penalty, but in recent years, the mood has changed. France is the country that has abolished the death penalty, which is a credit to the French people. This film shows us the life of the woman who would go on to make history in France, a woman who was hanged in the name of the French nation. She was not a bad person, she was simply a bad person who needed to be put in the right place, and the justice system didn't give her the chance. We learn that it was not the state, it was her. She did not do this alone. She had to take on a great deal of courage and great responsibility. We learn that her sister was also hanged. It is a sad story, but it is an inspiring story, because it shows us that the French are very far from being the worst nation in the world. The French people, they make a huge difference in the world. In many ways, they are the good guys. They do not believe in the death penalty, and they don't judge people based on the color of their skin. This is a documentary about the French people, and a story about a woman who was unjustly executed. She was not a bad person, she was simply a bad person who needed to be put in the right place. She was a very courageous woman, and she deserves to be remembered for her courage and her courage.

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Teresa A.

I caught this at a screening in July of 2011. The French New Wave film was well produced, the main character, a young girl, was intriguing, and the film had some great shots of Paris and its surroundings. I saw this at a film festival in Toronto, and the presentation was great. The audience was laughing, and the film was moving. The main character, Charlotte, was the only one who was interested in this film. Charlotte was fascinated by the music of the New Wave. She asked about the New Wave from the beginning of the film. When she saw that the man in charge was French, she became excited. She decided to try to understand what she had just been shown. It was amazing to see this film. The French New Wave is a new movement that is very well known in France, but there is also a lot of interest in it in other countries, such as the U.S. This film would have been interesting to see in English. It would have been interesting to hear French culture and people's ideas about the New Wave. The film does a good job of telling the story, but it was very difficult to understand what was going on. I would have liked to see more about the New Wave in other countries, and the French New Wave in France. It was interesting to see the French people's reactions to the New Wave. Overall, this film was well made, and interesting to see.

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Rachel J.

Many of us have heard the word "television" and thought it to be a device to transmit pictures or sounds over wires. The only thing that separates a TV from a cinema screen is the sound. Now comes this film, a documentary of the most important broadcast in human history: the inauguration of the Emperor of Japan by the President of the United States. The Emperor had never been a very popular figure in Japanese history, but, on this occasion, he showed himself to be a very competent, cultured, and wise ruler. The Japanese people, however, did not want to accept him as the emperor, and their leaders had to negotiate with the American president. The result was a "summer of contradictions" between the Japanese and American people. However, I would like to mention that the film was made by an American, and that this film is "very American", because it is not just a documentary. It's a documentary about the popular television, broadcast by the Japanese. It shows a picture of the Japanese television, and the live broadcast. It shows the birth of the Emperor, the inauguration of the Emperor, the marriage of the Emperor and the Princess, the political discussions of the Japanese, the negotiations of the Americans, and the debates of the Japanese people. The movie ends with the people in the TV studios, and this is the most interesting part. The rest of the film consists of interviews with the people who were present during the broadcast, and some behind the scenes material. The interviewees are a bunch of people from Japan, who were present during the broadcast, and they tell their stories. The director of the documentary, the Japanese film-maker, the director of the Japanese film, and the producer of the documentary are all interviewed. They are shown with the permission of the Japanese government, and it's a very interesting documentary.

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This is a great film, and I am not surprised that it has been very well received by critics. The cinematography is wonderful, and the plot is engaging. The director is very successful at telling the story, without using any special effects, and without using the usual Hollywood cliches. I have not read the book, so I cannot comment on the adaptation, but I will say that the film is well worth seeing.

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Christine Crawford

I was extremely interested in watching this film because of the great work of its director, Tarek and the fact that it was the first film of his I had ever seen. Unfortunately, the film did not fulfill my expectations. Although it does not give the impression that it is an actual documentary, it is more of a documentary on the life of Tarek. It shows Tarek as an interesting man who was interested in photography and photography in general. He was a great photographer and did not care much about the commercial side of the business. He also showed great interest in the life of others and also in the idea of being a photographer. Although the film is not a documentary on Tarek's life, it is still a good documentary about him. It shows the problems he had in his life, the difficulties he had in life and the problems he had in the work. I also liked the interviews with other photographers who worked with him. The film does not give the impression that it is an actual documentary, but it is still good. I think it is a good documentary on Tarek's life and that is why I think it is worth watching.

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You can tell by the title that this is a documentary on how the French guitar is played. And indeed, I had some expectations on this matter, because there are no documentaries on this subject. However, the title is deceiving. It is a documentary about the guitar playing of Paul Martin, the guitar legend of France. The camera focuses on his guitar, as well as his old friend, Jean-Louis Deguerin, who is also an expert guitar player. They play a lot of the guitar music. It is a typical French documentary, and it tells the story of how Paul, Jean-Louis and Paul's wife, Corinne, are related to the guitar. But, if you have never heard the guitar music, I think you will be very satisfied with this film. It shows how the guitar is played in the 20th century, with many musicians from various countries and eras, from the first days of the guitar. The movie also shows the people who play the guitar, who have been influenced by Paul. For example, the guitarist, who played the guitar for the film, is a pianist from the south of France, and Paul Martin is a pianist from the south of France. There is also a picture of the famous guitar player, Jean-Louis Deguerin, playing the guitar in the movie. All the people are played by the same musician, who has played the guitar in his time. And, there is also a picture of Paul Martin, and he is shown playing the guitar. It is also very interesting to see the different guitar players of the 20th century, playing different types of guitars. And, this is a documentary that will be interesting to many people.

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Larry W.

It's hard to believe that it took me this long to watch a documentary about a subject that has been discussed and covered by many. I was expecting to see a rant about a guy who had a large gang of friends, but this doc is much more than that. It is a look into the inner workings of a group of men and their dedication to creating a "mecca" for their peers. They have organized themselves into a tight knit circle and all of their friends live in the same area. They never have a bad word to say about anyone. The guys are not the most attractive bunch of guys out there, but they are very dedicated to their cause and they do not care about what others think. It is very interesting to see how much the group has to say about the way they live their lives, the way they think, and the way they feel. It is also very interesting to see how much they think about the others in their circle. They have made a point of not speaking to each other and have had a strict code of silence. If you are a fan of skateboarding, this documentary is definitely worth a watch. You may even find yourself changing your life around by the end of it. If you like skateboarding, you may like this doc. You may even find yourself feeling sorry for the guys.

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Michelle B.

I am so glad to have seen this movie. I have always been a great fan of Sinead O' Connor and her music. The one thing that I have always been looking for is a documentary about her life and this documentary is that. It really makes you feel like you were there, as well as hearing some of her amazing songs. The main problem I have with the movie is the lack of editing. I would have liked to have seen more of the camera work and how it was shot. The editing of this movie is so poor that it makes it look like they had a different camera with different lenses on it. I feel like the editing of this movie was very rushed and not very professional. I know this movie was made by a friend of hers, but I still would have loved to have seen a little more editing. The main problem I had with this movie is that there were not enough interviews with Sinead. It would have made the movie more real and it would have helped to understand her life a little better. This movie was not about her, but about her music. I would recommend this movie to anyone. This is a must see.

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The French Connection is a fantastic documentary about the history of French Connection Records. It tells the history of the music, the company, the people, and everything that made French Connection a success. The movie is very well shot and edited, and I was impressed by the great use of archival footage, like the footage of Frank Zappa in New York City in 1972. It's a great story of how French Connection became a huge success, and it's an excellent documentary about the people who were involved in the record company, and it's a great insight into how an independent record label became a major success. It's a really entertaining movie that is very entertaining.

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I saw this film at the L.A. International Film Festival and found it quite engaging. It is about a woman who is told that she is not an "American", and tries to find a way to prove that she is not. The film is quite engaging and is also very funny, especially the women in the film who are all trying to prove their "Americanness" to each other. It is also quite touching and touching, in the sense that we see a lot of how the women find out that they are not American. One of the women, who was told she was not American, even though she was born and raised in the U.S., also found out that she was not American, and was very happy about it. Overall, this is a very good film, and I recommend it to anyone who is interested in film.

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Adam Dunn

This documentary is part of the outstanding French documentary that is called "Cordelia's Song" and it is about the life of Cordelia Sainte-Laguë who is a singer. It is also about the reasons why this person was diagnosed with ALS. I think this documentary should be watched by all people that can relate to this topic. The documentary is made in a style that is not easy to understand by non-French speaking people because it is quite slow and there are very few scenes that show the singing and the people. The fact that it is made in French does not matter at all because this documentary is still an excellent documentary because it shows us the life of a person who is different from the normal, there is also an amazing message to be conveyed. The reason that the documentary is made in French is because it is a common language in France and this is the only language that is spoken by people that are different from the general population. Also the documentary does not try to show the life of the person who is diagnosed with ALS but rather it tries to show the life of a normal person that is diagnosed with ALS. The documentary is not an explanation of why this person was diagnosed with ALS but rather it shows the life of a person that is diagnosed with ALS. If you are able to understand this documentary and do not mind being a bit slow than you can watch this documentary.

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Kelly M.

The film's title is a good indication that the subject is of particular interest. I watched the movie in French and the English subtitles were not available for me to understand the film as well as I could have. The subtitles were also in French, but I could not understand them as well as I could have understood the film. The movie was enjoyable and informative, and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in this subject. It is informative to know that the American Government is funding the research, and that the research is being done by scientists who are hired by the government. I would also recommend that anyone who is interested in this subject, watch the movie and then read the book "The Death of a City" by George Orwell.

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I saw this film in the theater and was very impressed with the story and the overall experience. I was also impressed by the fact that this film is about a group of four young people who have made it as far as they did in this life. It was nice to see the young people who were successful and still have a chance to make it, while those who were unsuccessful in their lives have their own lives and are working on their own things. It is very rare to see this type of film. The main character, Charlie, was very insightful in his stories and stories of his life. The other two young people, Chris and Aimee, were very good in their roles. They told the stories of their lives in a very realistic way. I have to say that I was really impressed with this film. I recommend it to anyone who is interested in the life of the young people in the movie.

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Jesse Wright

The history of cinema has never been so eloquently presented. From the beginning to the end, this film will leave you breathless. I recommend it to everyone, especially to those who are involved in the cinema industry.

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Carol Nelson

Germaine Greer's genius is in her ability to make a documentary, however small, and expand the story of a unique event into a bigger picture. She has done this with "The Light Between Oceans," an exhaustive but very detailed documentary on the environmental movement's achievements of the 1970s. It is astonishing how she can weave together many disparate strands of a story and make it come together. "The Light Between Oceans" is a cinematic triumph, and has everything a documentary should have. But Greer's style can be daunting. The film is still relatively short, the narrative mostly moving forward through interviews and imagery. And the films she uses to create her documentary are in very different media and formats than what she uses. It is a shame that many people may be turned off by the idea of Greer's documentary style. But in her documentary style, she has created a film that can be enjoyed without having to have read any of the book.

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Dorothy B.

A very well made documentary on the making of 'La Cordillère des Songes' directed by Francois Richey and starring the late Patrick Blanc, Jean-Pierre Morel, Carole Bouquet and Jean-Pierre Cassel. I think it is a very well made documentary on the making of this French film that is very good in terms of production and the use of film. However, it is a bit too long at almost two hours and a bit too long on the French language. It could have been shorter but I don't think the filmmakers made that decision. The documentary is interesting in that it shows the production of this film, the directors and the cast of the film, but it doesn't really show the actual production of the film itself. However, the documentary does show some interesting facts about the production of this film. The film itself is a very long film and I think it is very well made. The film is very long, but it is not long enough to be boring. The documentary does not show a lot of the actual making of the film but it does show some interesting facts about the production of the film. The documentary is a little bit too long at nearly two hours. It could have been shorter, but it is a good documentary that is worth watching. I think it is a good documentary about the making of this French film that is very good in terms of production and the use of film.

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Jane D.

I can't believe the quality of this film. I can't believe how great the story is, how beautiful the photography is, how wonderful the performances are. I can't believe how honest the movie is. The actors are all fantastic and very human. The director and the cameraman are also great. It's a pity that the English version isn't available, because it's a very important part of the film. I love the Spanish version and that's why I am glad to see this movie in English.

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An interesting documentary that gives a great account of how French society reacted to the first World War. As an audience, we're introduced to the French intelligentsia and the social class system. However, I was not completely convinced of the documentary's thesis. For example, there were many arguments about whether the women were "magnificent" and "immoral" for not having the right to vote, as if these women were the norm. The documentary also included a lot of interviews with the historians of the war, some of which were extremely biased. However, the documentary is still good and should be seen.

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Howard George

One of the best documentary ever made. Amazing work of a first-rate director. I would have liked to have seen more of the relationship between the two, but it was a little too abstract. I'm not sure it was a great documentary, but it was very well done.

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I saw this film as a child and it was very touching and moving. I have to say that I feel the same way about this film as I did when I saw it as a child. I can't say that I was "out of touch" with the reality of life as I am now, but I can tell you that I do think that it is possible to live a life that is meaningful and meaningful in a way that we have forgotten how to do. I am not a religious person, but I am a believer in the way in which the Bible talks about God and what he/she wants and wants. I am also a believer in the power of a good man, a good man with a heart, a man who believes in Jesus. I think that this film does a very good job of showing what life is really like, and how to live a meaningful life, and it does it with some very touching scenes. I think that this film will be very popular, and that it will be a very good film to share with others, so I would recommend it to everyone.

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Carl S.

The late French journalist Patrick Hulot was a remarkable writer, speaker and interviewer. He was one of the most respected critics of the French Revolution. He was a brilliant interviewer who was interviewed with more care and insight than any journalist has ever had. This book is a very interesting look at his life. It is often compared to The France and the French Revolution, but the film is really better. It tells the story of his life, his years at the Nuit Debout in the early 1900s. It is a time when the French Revolution was still in its birth and very different from today. It was a time of hope and possibility. Hulot had a fascination with the French Revolution and this is reflected in the book. The film is about his interviews. This is a wonderful documentary about one of the greatest men of the 20th century. The interviewees are brilliant, but they don't all agree on everything. There are several points where the interviewer is asked a question and doesn't quite answer it. The film is so rich in detail and so interesting, you won't want to miss it.

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I loved the documentary about the 'anti-globalisation' movement in the 90's. I was surprised to see the documentary on the other side of the Atlantic. It was a different approach. It is a documentary that follows the development of the movement from the early years of the movement to the present day. I would say that the documentary is very good. It does not present the movement as a big event, but as a process of transformation. The documentary is interesting to watch and it is a good starting point for people who want to understand the movement. It does not have a lot of interviews with people who are involved in the movement. However, it is still a good starting point. I think that it is a documentary that is very well done. It is an important documentary that needs to be seen. I think that the documentary is not very accessible to the average viewer. It is not very easy to follow the documentary. I think that this is a good documentary that should be seen. I would recommend that people who are interested in the movement should see this documentary.

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I really enjoyed this documentary. It was very informative and enjoyable. The cast was very well chosen and the director was very good. He did a great job at not telling the story of the band, but rather showing the behind-the-scenes of the band. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to see a look at a band that has been on the top for years and has not been in the spotlight for as long as these guys have. The documentary does a great job at showing the hardships that the band members have had to go through and the struggles that they had to go through to make it to the top of the music scene. It is really great to see the band members grow and mature and not just grow up, but grow as people. I also think it is great that they are able to use their music as a platform to speak out against the injustices that are being faced in the world today.

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Eric Silva

I was on my way to an appointment at the hospital when I heard a familiar song in the background. I didn't recognize the song, but I knew it was one of the ones the hospital plays for people arriving. I figured it would be a song I'd heard in my head, so I watched the movie. The song played was a great one. It was a very moving one and I was moved to tears. I'm not a big fan of music, but I was very moved by the song. It's a song that I've heard a million times and I've heard it many times before. This movie captured the emotions that the song evoked. I think it's a very powerful movie and it's also very funny. I can't say that I've seen a movie quite like this. I've seen movies that are based on popular songs, but not this one. I think it's a very good movie.

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Janet F.

This movie is a real eye opener about what it is to be a human being. It is a sad and difficult movie to watch, but it is so much more than that. The story, the characters, and the real world of the homeless are shown in a way that is not preachy and is a joy to watch. I would not recommend this movie to anyone. It is sad and difficult, but it is a joy to watch. It is a movie that should be seen by everyone.

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Helen H.

I was interested in this movie because of the subject of the show, but I didn't know how much I wanted to see it. I was pleasantly surprised. I didn't know much about the movie before I saw it, but it seemed like it would be a documentary. The characters are really good, especially the ones who played the piano. I also liked the way they portrayed the village. The camera shots were great and the camera work was great. I think this is one of the best movies I have ever seen. I recommend this movie to anyone who likes music and good movies.

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Cheryl H.

This documentary about the French composer Edith Piaf, her life and her work was a little disappointing. There were too many things to focus on, especially the so-called 'devil' that was Edith Piaf. It seemed that she had too many facets to her, and not enough focus on her. Also, it seemed like a little bit of the other person was not given enough time to show. That being said, I do think that the film was well-done and the narrator was very good at explaining things. It did not seem like he was showing us all of Edith Piaf, but more like showing us some of her life. I think that a more focused documentary would have been better. Also, I think that the film did not go into as much detail as it could have. The viewer may not understand how Edith Piaf was so successful. I think that it would have been better if the narrator would have focused on the music and the people who were involved in her life, and not just on Edith Piaf.

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A documentary film about the 'Song of the Sea' (and the story of the preservation of it), this film is a very interesting documentary. It is very informative and very well made. The film covers the history of the song of the sea, the many works done to protect the song, the many scientific studies done, and the many people who have contributed to the preservation of the song. I personally loved the way that the film is made, and I can say that it is very well made. It is very informative and the information is not hidden. The film does have a couple of weak points. One of them is that it is a little bit slow in the beginning, and the other is that the documentary is a little bit too long. The documentary could have been a little shorter and had a better ending. But I can say that the film is very informative and very well made. I really liked the film. I would recommend that people go and see this documentary.

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Justin Walters

This is a documentary film about the plight of the mountain gorilla, which was poached to the point where it is now extinct. This film was shot on location in Rwanda. It is a compelling documentary that is worth watching. The story is interesting and the viewer will learn a lot about the gorillas. The film is a lot of fun to watch. The viewer will learn a lot about the gorillas. The film is very well made. The cinematography is fantastic and the music is very well composed. The gorilla is a very important animal in the history of man and the film does a good job of showing that. The film is a very well done documentary that is worth watching. The film is worth watching.

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Willie H.

A friend of mine was in a car accident and is in a coma. She is a great listener and has a wonderful ability to communicate with her brain. I wanted to see her after hearing that she is in a coma and after reading the reviews of other people who have seen her in a coma. This film is about her brain, her family and her friends. It is a personal story, but it is a good story, too. I am really glad that she is doing well and she will get better. The people who have been in a coma for a long time can see how their life has been changed. It is a sad story, but I hope that people will see this film and know that their lives have been changed. It is a good film, but it is not the best. I think it is not a documentary, but a story of a woman who is in a coma and is very, very close to being dead. I think this is a great film, but it is not the best.

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Patricia B.

The makers of this film made an excellent effort to present the history of the current political situation in France. While I am not a student of the French political history, I did enjoy this film, which was very well done and informative. It was interesting to see the current situation in France compared to the past, and how the French were not as political minded as we are now. I recommend this film to anyone interested in French politics, or just for an interesting look at a topic that is not often discussed. The film was well edited, and the actors did an excellent job in presenting their characters. I will certainly be looking out for more of these kinds of films in the future.

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Carol Baker

I caught this on a French TV station in Mexico City. It was the first documentary film I ever saw and I was stunned. What a great cast and crew. I would love to see more films like this. I wish the crew had more access to the work of other people. I think the problems of this film could be alleviated if they had access to the best directors and writers and had access to some of the best music. The music in the movie is amazing. The first song was called "There's a Darkness" and I think the best song. There are many more great songs. I recommend this to people who are interested in documentaries and to those who are interested in the history of Mexican cinema. My rating for this movie is an 8/10.

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The life of a composer in a typical French school. The problems, the songs, the songs that end up in the forbidden zone of a French school. The way they try to hide the songs from the teachers, the teachers who are afraid of them. The final result is a masterpiece of a documentary about a great composer. One can see the passion of a great artist, the fear, the ambition, the desire to be the best, the nightmares of a teacher who has to stay close to the situation. But the final result is a great master-piece, a masterpiece of a documentary. I highly recommend this film. My rating: 9/10

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Karen W.

I had seen this film for the first time recently and was pleasantly surprised by its powerful and moving message. It is about an 11 year old boy who has his first major fight with a bully and decides to fight bullies with his fists. What is so striking about this story is the subject matter. As children go through the same life events, they learn lessons about self-confidence, self-respect and the importance of protecting yourself. They also learn lessons about bullying, the consequences of bullying and the impact of bullying on children. I can't help but feel that this is the message that we need to be seeing in our children's lives. The documentary is very well-done and I recommend it highly.

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I came to this movie by accident. I had a craving for French films and I am not a fan of cinema. So I had to check this movie out. The movie starts with a great introduction on French cinema. Then it shows a typical French romantic comedy. The funny part is when you see the two French couples and you realize that this movie is not a comedy. You see the small movie actors, and their acting is so natural. The music is so beautiful and the shots are so beautiful. The movie is full of detail and beautiful. I recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in French films, and for anyone who loves the French cinema.

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Stephanie G.

I watched this movie in the cinema last night. I am a film student. I am also a fan of Argento. He is an expert at creating horror movies. But the thing is that he also knows how to create a love story. That's why I liked this movie. It's not the best horror movie I have ever seen. But it is the most original. The acting is not perfect. But it is not bad either. It's very realistic. The best part of the movie is that it shows how people can be at the same time naive and even extremely scared. There are many scenes which could be seen as funny, but it's not. I will recommend this movie to everyone. I would like to see the movie again to check the actors. If you like Argento you will love this movie. But I can't say that this is the best Argento movie. But it is the best Argento movie I have ever seen.

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John M.

It is a wonderful movie that I watched for the first time this evening. It is so insightful, that I will not waste anymore time on it. I recommend it to everyone, as this movie is very important, and I am very glad to see it. A film of some ten years old, and still very relevant. The actors and the direction are excellent. You would never know that it is made by a student, or a teacher, or a film-maker. The film looks like a documentary, but the photography is excellent. You see all the main actors, but not the director, as the director is very absent. The film is about the reaction of the student to his teacher's behavior, and the effect it had on him. I think that it is a very important film, because it shows that a student, who is not really interested in his teacher, can be a very sensitive, and open person. It is a very good movie, and I recommend it to everyone.

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Kathy A.

Well made, and well photographed. I am impressed with the filmmaker's ability to capture the emotion of the artists and their work. I had a difficult time keeping up with some of the titles, but this does not detract from the film's value. I particularly like the fact that the images are placed in the same room in a chronological order. I also like the documentary style, with a narration and close-ups of some of the artists. It reminds me of the old documentary style, where the audience can see the pictures through a magnifying glass. I also like the way the directors incorporate the artists in the filming, even though some of them do not appear. I would love to see more documentaries of this type, especially of those artists who are also involved in art.

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The story of the Poet Laureate and the family he leaves behind is very moving. It is not a typical Hollywood movie of a famous person's life, but it is very well done. I can't say anything bad about this film. It is very well made, with excellent photography, acting, editing, etc. It is a very important part of the French culture, and this documentary will probably make a lot of people aware of it. I recommend this film to anyone who is interested in French culture.

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Rose J.

I saw this film at the Toronto Film Festival, and I thought it was quite good. The film is about a family that lives in the suburbs of Montreal. The mother and father are a retired couple that work for the city and the children are the children of the unemployed. The film is about the children and their family life, and how the family is doing. I thought that the film was very interesting, and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in the subject. I thought the film was very informative and I think that anyone would enjoy the film.

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Peter L.

In this film, the documentary that makes a big impression on you is the interview with director Alexandre Aja (aka Alexandre Aja). He talks about his inspirations and the themes he tries to address. He talks about his influences, the images he has used in his films and how he has tried to make the movie as the same as the movie. His passion is to make movies that is interesting for the audience. He also talks about his own experiences. He also talks about how he tries to be as faithful as possible to the book. I personally think that this is the best documentary I have ever seen. It shows the difficulties of making a movie, the difficulties of trying to find a film and the difficulties of the whole process. It also talks about the influence of his mother on his films and how that influence has shaped the story. I think this is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen.

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This is the first time I've seen a documentary on the world's greatest composer. I thought the movie was great. It covers a lot of material and the film is well shot. I'm looking forward to seeing more films from the same director.

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This is a documentary film. It is about the life of one man, a mute, who makes a living from singing in bars, pubs, restaurants and on the streets of Paris. The story of this man and his family is one of the most remarkable, inspiring and moving I have ever seen. The film is filmed with the same kind of care and attention with which a real documentary should be made. It's a fascinating story, told with such love, honesty and determination. I had the pleasure of meeting this man and his family, and I will always remember this documentary as a reminder of the beauty of life.

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Nancy Hamilton

A masterful documentary about the relationship between a family of high-class Parisian aristocrats and a few of their children. The father, Louis de Molay, is a very happy man, who is very fond of his family. But when his daughter turns seven, he finds himself in a state of limbo. The children, who have grown up in a modern and often dysfunctional world, have a profound and profound love for their father. They want to make him happy and want to be with him, but he cannot be happy. He feels he has failed as a father and is losing his power as a man. This film is the result of a decade of work by the family and the director, Luchino Visconti, who made his name with the family's documentaries. It is a study of a father who cannot love his children. His daughter, who is seven, is too young to understand what is happening to him. The film is very funny, but it is also very sad. The children are very well-behaved, and they have good manners. They do not act in the way a child should behave. But the father is very unhappy, and his wife is very unhappy. The father cannot be happy and the children cannot be happy. This film is a good film, but I think that it is not as good as the ones made by Visconti, and I think that Visconti was too strong in his own films.

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I have been interested in this film for a while. I have a copy of it on VHS but I have never seen it on DVD. This film is not as simple as a documentary about a rock band, but the story of the struggle between the band and the band manager is very interesting. The band manager's life is fascinating to watch, as he has his own demons to deal with. I recommend this film to anyone who enjoys rock music.

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A documentary that gives us a glimpse into the lives of the "young ones" in Montreal, the generation of the "neighborhood kids" of Montreal, and the generation that is "going to Montreal" as a result of the recession. The documentary is made up of interviews with young people, their parents, and their teachers. The interviews are fascinating and the documentary is very well made. There are many stories of young people that are interesting, and some that are quite sad. Some of the stories are interesting, but others are just sad. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in the Montreal youth. It is very well done, and I would recommend it to anyone.

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Janet Ferguson

This is a wonderful, moving, and deeply moving documentary about the tragedy that was the death of French singer Jeanne Tripplehorn. I can't remember how many times I have watched this movie, but it always leaves me feeling very emotional. The way the director has shown the music videos, the interviews with the family, and the testimonies of the music lovers, I can't help but feel that this is a film that will be remembered as one of the best documentaries ever made. The most moving part of this documentary is the last part where the mother of Jeanne is interviewed, and she describes how she was unable to see her daughter again, and how she tried to kill herself. I know that it's not a happy ending for the mother, but it is a sad and tragic ending for the daughter. I'm really looking forward to seeing this film again. It is definitely one of my favorite documentaries ever.

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Sharon King

In 1804, a young Jesuit priest by the name of Martin de Lartigue, a respected writer of the first order in Europe, was betrayed by his superior, the Jesuits, and left to die in the woods in a glade. This story, told to us by a priest, is just like the word of God in the Gospel of Luke, and will remain like it to us as long as there are priests left in the world. It will remain a part of the common history of the human race, and the hearts of men will never be separated from the words of the great men of history, the ones who "asked not for the stones in the Temple, but for the hearts of the children of Israel".

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Lauren H.

The life of Janis Joplin is not only a film, it is also a wonderful biography. Director Catherine Djuricic has captured Joplin's life in her film in a beautiful way. The cinematography is also beautiful and the music is great. This film is a must for any Janis Joplin fan. The only problem I had was that the music was too loud in the scene in which Janis was talking about how she had never lost a song. I do not know why, I am sure the music was playing just like that. Other than that, this is a great documentary on Janis Joplin. It is a great film that everyone should see. I recommend this film to anyone who loves music and/or Janis Joplin.

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Stephen Long

Wendy is such a talented woman. She is a mother of three wonderful children and a healthy grandmother to two of them. She's a proud woman and she's not happy with how society treats the less fortunate. Her home town has been devastated by a huge hurricane in 1980 and they are planning to move to a town of their own that has never been evacuated before. She has the courage to take the risk and start over again in an effort to save her town and the people of her own town. There are times when you don't feel like you're in the movie. You're just watching and thinking "that's weird, that's not happening". Wendy's daughter in the movie is the most amazing girl you will ever meet. The family has such a sense of community, respect for others and the ability to love and care for their neighbours. They will always be my heroes. The documentary film is wonderful. It is very well produced and edited and it really pulls you in. You will definitely feel like you're a part of the movie. It is a story that needs to be told.

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A very touching and powerful documentary, which traces the lives of many people whose lives are still affected by the earthquake and tsunami in 2004. It is a testimony to the strength and resilience of the community and to the courage of those who are still trying to recover from the devastating loss. Although some of the stories are simply heartbreaking, it is also a good and sad insight into the lives of those who had to deal with the disaster in their own homes. It is also a testimony to the persistence and determination of the people of a particular place in a region of the world that will never forget the tragedy and the tragedy of the earthquake and tsunami.

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Joe Santos

A film that tells the story of a woman who was once a celebrated opera singer. Her story starts with the killing of her husband, her life on the street, her desire for a normal life and her disillusionment. At the same time, a man she met and loved, a photographer, is murdered by her ex-husband. The photographer leaves a wife and a child. This is not an easy film to watch, but for those who care about this subject matter it is very important. The story is told in a very personal way, the voice is not audible, but as a sound, and the film is of great artistic value.

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Lori O.

To me this was the most entertaining film I have seen in a long time. "Boys and Girls of the Military" is a coming of age story of a young man named Kevin Coltrane who went to Iraq in 2002. You see, he did not expect that he would be a Marine but when he told his parents he would be leaving for Iraq they decided that he was not a good candidate for the Marines. They were wrong and he was accepted. It is a moving story that I really feel sorry for Kevin because he is lost in life and he never gets a chance to really have a family. It is a film that is very realistic and extremely touching. I would recommend this to anyone who wants to learn more about the Iraq war. "Boys and Girls of the Military" is a must see film. It is the first film that I have seen that was told from the perspective of a Marine and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about the war.

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Shirley Green

Film maker Henri Barbereau has done a magnificent job, he is able to capture the essence of what it is to be a professional musician, on screen and off. The movie is filled with action, music and emotions and as you watch you become more and more involved. The questions raised by the film are so important and profound, I had difficulty concentrating. The problems of being a musician is extremely important to the film maker, so what I saw was an interesting, hard hitting and important documentary.

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Great movie, but if you're really into the history of the JSA and the bloody WW2, you might want to skip this movie. It's like the complete opposite of what the movie is trying to say, which is how WW2 was so much more fun than WW1. The movie tries to show how people were killed by the Germans, but there are very few examples of how. In the end, it makes no difference who got killed. I don't know what the movie's point was, but it seems to me like the director was trying to make a point about how the WW2 wasn't all fun. But I think it was trying to show how a real life war was. The movie was very impressive, and the interviews were also very interesting. It was very interesting to hear people talk about how they were in WWII. I loved this movie, but if you're looking for a movie that's very educational about WW2, then I'd recommend you look elsewhere.

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Michelle W.

A strong and affecting film by the late film critic Patrick Lussier, "The Celluloid Closet" is one of the best documentaries I've seen about the film industry and it's stars. The film takes an objective look at the lives of two great actors (Francis Veber and Robert De Niro) as they attempt to make it in the film industry in the late 1950s. The film takes on a lot of a sense of reality as it shows the day-to-day realities of their lives in the studio and then it dives into the personalities of the two main characters, the artist who is trying to get a shot at the big time, and the producer who is trying to help him. The film also shows the bitterness of the producers as they hate the artists and the artists hate them. This film is certainly an emotional one as it shows how each one of the stars is struggling to make it in the film industry as they try to be the star of the next movie. The film also shows how one of the main producers is not too happy with his work and the artists are struggling to make it on their own. It also shows how the film industry and star careers is similar as they both are not always good at being film stars and their careers have a lot of ups and downs. Overall, "The Celluloid Closet" is an excellent documentary that is worth a look as it shows how some of the stars who were popular at the time struggled to get into the film industry. The film also shows the frustrations of some of the producers as they are struggling to do a film with them and then one of them is trying to get into the studio as well. Overall, I think this film is an excellent look at the making of one of the most important films of the year, as it shows the struggles and highs and lows of the film industry. It is a really good look into the life of the film industry and the reasons behind the major stars in the industry.

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Lang Barlow, at the age of 79, is a retired journalist and a co-founder of the National Union of Journalists of Australia (NUJA). He was very informative and witty, he had an air of authority and delivered his remarks with a bit of a personal touch. While the NUJA has certainly become stronger since its formation in 1974, the film is a valuable insight into the day to day operations of the NUJA, and the life of a truly independent organisation. It is not only informative and entertaining, but also enlightening and helps to draw a much deeper understanding of the problems facing Australia's mainstream media. Lang is certainly not the first journalist to speak out on these issues and has a long history of being a voice of reason. His words of wisdom are great and make the film better. It also helps that he was a man who always spoke out for the underdog. Lang's voice should be respected and encouraged to continue speaking out on the issues facing the media, and his words have helped many many in the mainstream media. I highly recommend this film, especially to the viewers who do not have an interest in the news, and to those who are interested in the work of the media in Australia. Highly recommended.

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Anna S.

A great documentary for the viewers who love listening to music. I'm going to watch this movie again and again. I also recommend that people watch it with their family. It is the most important documentary for the people who have loved music in the past.

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Jane A.

This movie was very well made. There were a number of powerful scenes in this movie, including the scene where Victor does a drug deal with Louis and the scene where Victor and his daughter are pulled into the local police station to talk about the events that led up to the current incident. I thought that this was an excellent movie that would appeal to both adults and children. I highly recommend that you see this movie. I would recommend this movie to anyone. One last thing, I would like to thank the director of this movie for bringing this story to the public. The story was not very well known, and was only picked up when a reporter interviewed Victor. I think that it was the director's idea to tell the story to the public, and he did a fantastic job. This movie was well worth seeing.

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This is one of the few documentaries I have seen that makes you feel you are being entertained as well as learning from it. I am a very big fan of how some filmmakers manage to make a point without having to tell you the whole story. The whole story is told with very few lines, showing you just a small part of a complex story, so you can easily follow what is going on. Each of the interviews is a short story, showing you just a single segment of a much longer story. I believe this movie should be viewed by everyone as an educational tool. The audience gets the idea of what the system is like, as well as what they are protesting. I would have liked to have seen more behind the scenes footage, as the effects of this system have been happening for over 30 years. You get to see the documentary with the people who are being affected by the system, as well as the people who have no chance of being affected by it. It is a great documentary, and it is an excellent use of time.

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Brian Wells

This is a wonderful documentary, covering the whole gamut of Northern California music and life in the 1960's. It's a bit of a trek into the Canadian countryside of the California coastal suburbs and a bit of a behind the scenes look at the music scene. It's quite amazing to me to see the brilliant musicians and musicians on the record label and to see how they created a "Sound of Silence". Very talented musicians, this film would not have been possible without the talented people on the other end of the video phone. This film is very educational and entertaining. It's nice to know that when I'm in the same room with the guitar, I can pick up on the music and be able to play along with the guitar. Very cool.

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Mildred Fisher

My favorite film for many years. Great animation, funny scenes, and just so perfect. I really recommend it.

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Jean-Marie Lemercier is one of the greatest dancers of all time. His videos are also great and his talk with the camera is incredible. I thought that the DVD would not have much of the music of his "Souvenirs" because of the remastering but it is totally different. They show the footage of the grand moments and also the very short moments of each dance. I have the original DVD so I was able to see all the new music. This is a very nice and enjoyable documentary and I would recommend to anyone. I give it 9/10.

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Angela Little

I had the great pleasure of seeing the film at a screening in Santa Monica, California at the Pacific Film Institute, a program at the University of Southern California. I was thrilled to be part of such an extraordinary experience. This film is an honest look at the making of a movie, from conception to post-production. It also, I hope, will help educate those of us who are not filmmakers. I think the film will be a valuable experience for many people, myself included. I think it is equally valuable for a film student as well. I hope that the film does so well that it can inspire others to make films. It's too bad that so many people cannot make films, but if this film does well, that will not be a problem. I have seen a lot of films and I really enjoyed this one. I would have liked to have seen it at the theater, and I hope that it will be available on DVD. I hope that the filmmakers can find the funds to make it a success. I would like to thank the filmmakers for their honesty and commitment to their craft.

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Frank Lawrence

I first saw this film at the Beijing International Film Festival in 2009, and I was astonished that a documentary about the film scene in China would not have been screened in the local cinema. My hope was to see the traditional red and white camera-work, and the narration of one of the stars. The film is shot entirely on a 24-inch HD screen. The performance of the actors is excellent. I had never heard of Lai Yunfeng, and I found him charming and engaging. I also really liked the performance of the black-haired singer. The director did not make the performance of these artists too short, so that it seemed more like two performances than one. The cinematography was excellent. I thought that the film would be about one artist and his film but I was pleasantly surprised when the camera was used to follow the life of another artist, Li Hui. A very nice film. I suggest that you see it. There are only few Chinese films I can remember seeing in recent years.

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Lori R.

An "open mind" and an open heart are the greatest gifts one can get in life. As long as we keep them we will live a happy life. This documentary gives us an inside look at the life of Rachid Bouchareb, a 17 year old Syrian refugee living in Paris who is not afraid to speak out and who wears a black bag over his head. A jobless refugee, Bouchareb cannot speak French, but is fluent in Arabic. However, he seems to enjoy learning. Bouchareb is also trying to teach French and Arabic, and has a passion for literature and photography. He has been living in Paris for a year, and his experiences on the streets of Paris speak volumes about a world which is so different from his own. For people like Bouchareb, who have had to live on the edge for so long, to be able to speak freely and open minded is truly humbling. There is a lot more to know about this man and his family. Watching this movie will give you a taste of the refugee world in which Bouchareb has lived. There is also a wonderful music scene in which Bouchareb demonstrates his collection of Arab music and makes a recording of the film he is making. Watch the movie, and then do what you can to help him, and learn about the world he lives in. This is an extremely important film for us to know more about the refugee world in which Bouchareb lives.

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Dylan M.

This is a must see for anyone who appreciates documentary films. This is a landmark documentary. No one else could have done it justice. From the start it makes you believe in the people who will be affected by the deaths. It begins with a interview with David Glass, one of the people who lost his wife and daughter. He expresses a very powerful story of how he and his wife were in such a terrible situation. The film then follows the journey of the families of the victims. It really is an incredible film. It is about a man who does what he can to protect his family from the inevitable. The documentary does a wonderful job in the beginning of showing the past and the lives of the families and then showing the future and how all of the lives are affected. The film shows the stories of the people who were affected, the people who were killed, and the people who were left to carry the weight of the past. The film also looks at the personalities of the people who have lost a loved one. It is not a depressing film. The documentary does not give you a synopsis of the death, but rather it gives you a glimpse of the stories of the people who were affected and the family members. I think that is what this film is all about. It really shows the effects that the death of a loved one can have on a family. It is not a documentary where we are told what happened, but rather what it does to a family. This is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. I highly recommend this documentary.

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Amy Perkins

This film was presented on the BBC during the Second World War and was watched and discussed long after the war. It was also shown on television in the 1980s. The BBC obviously felt that this movie was essential viewing to help explain the struggles of the British poor in Britain in the 1930s. It is important that it is now shown again in order to understand the British working class in the 1930s.

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William Rios

For all those people who loved 'The Full Monty', you should definitely watch this. This documentary is not about the 'Mystery Science Theater 3000' series. This documentary is about the events that occurred that night on the streets of Paris. The story of how the riots took place and the people who were involved is pretty much boring to everyone, but is actually worth watching. This documentary can actually make you feel the sorrow and misery of these people. Some people may not agree with me, but I think this documentary is excellent. It is great to see how these people were just scared of nothing and nothing could stop them from celebrating the carnival.

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Kimberly Wells

A well documented film on the life and career of a very talented French songwriter. Especially if you have some experience with French music and have already seen many of his recordings, you will be intrigued to see what happens next. This is a bit like being introduced to the Beat Generation and having to wait for them to discover you, even if they did it years ago, they might not remember. This is one of the best documentaries I have seen. You could be mistaken for being in the middle of a film festival when you first watch this.