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Angels Are Made of Light

Angels Are Made of Light is a movie starring Fazula, Hasiba, and Yaldash Mir-Habibullah. A dozen years after his Oscar-nominated Iraq in Fragments, American documentarian James Longley delivers a sweeping, profoundly compassionate...

Other Titles
Angels Are Made Of Light, Lysets engle - Afghanistans børn
Running Time
1 hours 57 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
James Longley
Yaldash Mir-Habibullah, Fazula, Hasiba, Rostam Mir-Mohammed-Ullah
Denmark, Norway, USA
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

A dozen years after his Oscar-nominated Iraq in Fragments, American documentarian James Longley delivers a sweeping, profoundly compassionate group portrait of Afghan students and teachers still weathering national turbulence.

Comments about documentary «Angels Are Made of Light» (6)

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Betty O.

This is a great documentary on the whole "visionary" topic. While there are plenty of interviews with people who know a lot about the subject, this is the film that shows the real visionaries, the ones who had the vision, and made it happen. We learn a lot about the "founders", what they were doing in their life and what they wanted. We also see their accomplishments and their family, and what they were doing at the time. They had some truly amazing things happen to them, and how they "touched" their lives, like getting a place in a small town, and making a movie with some great actors, and people who loved the movies. This is a documentary that is very informative, and not boring. There are no boring parts, and you are left with a good feeling, after watching it. It's not a great documentary, but it is a great documentary.

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I am an atheist and this movie made me realize that I am not alone. This movie should have been nominated for an Oscar for best documentary, as it really does the job. I feel so happy for the people who are in the movie and for the people who are in the movie. The people who do not believe are shown with love and compassion and it is such a relief to know that there are people who believe in God and it makes me feel that the world is a better place because of the people who do not believe. I would like to say a few words about the director and the director's crew. I feel that they have been in touch with the people in the theater and they have given them the information that they need. I know that the director's crew has a lot of time and energy and they have been trying to make this movie the best that it can be. I have never seen a documentary like this and I am glad that I was able to see this movie and be a part of it. I would like to thank all of the people who were in the movie and the people who were in the movie. Thank you for the gift of faith.

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Patricia Fuller

A team of explorers leave behind their doubts about the existence of UFOs. They search for ancient messages in ancient artifacts that are located in a vast desert area in Northern Mexico. They are aided by a curious "giant" who warns them about the dangerous place they are in. While exploring the area, they encounter bizarre beasts and discover strange things. The whole movie is almost full of pointless imagery and music. The messages the filmmakers claim to be trying to transmit are so clumsy that I just didn't care what was going on. The real message the film makes about the "giant" and the messages the explorers get is that there is an invisible wall between the human race and the giant. A giant wall that separates us from the giant.

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Stephen Fowler

It's a pleasure to see a film that is able to capture both the music and the 'twisted love' that permeates the story of a 15-year-old boy's relationship with a girl who was a member of his church. The boy (Robert Goulet, who plays the role with passion and soul) was born into a Christian family and began to question his beliefs when he was 12, but that questioning soon took on a life of its own. The film is narrated by the boy's mother (Ruth Negga) and her son's pastor (John Hawkes). It is all rather interesting to see this young man going from religious fanatic to the head of the church. I do have a few criticisms. The problem is that I'm not sure that the story is told through a series of musical montages and choppy edits. The director prefers to stay true to the style of his source material. This leads to a great deal of boring, strangely stilted editing that I thought would have been much more effective. The story seems to be a bit truncated. I understand that this film is intended to be a small personal essay on a young man's relationship with his mother, but I was also hoping that the film would go through more of the process. I'm not sure that I've seen this done before. But I would recommend this film to anyone looking for a good story and some touching moments. * out of *

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I can't believe it took me this long to watch this. I love the Catholic Church. I have heard about this film and was eager to see it. It was amazing. I just finished watching it. This is an important film to me. The documentary was fascinating and eye opening. I am a Catholic and this was very eye opening. This documentary is not a simple factual film. It is a look into the mind of the "great" man, Pope Francis. He was very spiritual and asked questions that are difficult to answer. This is an excellent film to see. I would recommend this to everyone. If you don't believe in God or the Church, you should see this film. I have seen it twice and it is worth the time.

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Mark D.

The story of Jesus Christ, in its various forms, has been told in various ways. The gospel is perhaps the oldest and most famous of these. But some of the other forms have been more entertaining. In the New Testament, the message is simple: Jesus is Lord, and people of all backgrounds, both Jewish and Gentile, will be rewarded. This is the gospel that shaped the lives of millions of people. It is also the gospel that is still told today. Some people take this to mean that Jesus is the only way to salvation, and therefore it is the only way. But the gospel of Jesus is about life and death. It is about how the human spirit can be repressed, how the body can be corrupted, and how the soul can be resurrected. This film is a visual look at this part of the story. It shows the various forms in which Jesus lived and died. It also shows the many ways he was crucified, and the various ways he was raised. There are many interviews with the people who knew Jesus, and the places where he lived. This is a very fascinating look at the life and death of the man who is considered the Messiah of the world. It is an interesting film, and I highly recommend it.