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The Brink

The Brink is a movie starring Steve Bannon, Louis Aliot, and Sean Bannon. A fly-on-the-wall chronicle of embattled former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon's global mission to spread extreme nationalism.

Other Titles
Steve Bannon: le grand manipulateur, Steve Bannon, el gran manipulador, The Brink - Sull'orlo dell'abisso, ザ・ブリンク
Running Time
1 hours 31 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Alison Klayman
Actors
Sean Bannon, Patrick Caddell, Steve Bannon, Louis Aliot
Country
USA
Year
2019
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

When Steve Bannon left his position as White House chief strategist less than a week after the Charlottesville "Unite the Right" rally in August 2017, he was already a notorious figure in Trump's inner circle, and for bringing a far-right ideology into the highest echelons of American politics. Unconstrained by an official post - though some say he still has a direct line to the White House - he became free to peddle influence as a perceived kingmaker, turning his controversial brand of nationalism into a global movement. THE BRINK follows Bannon through the 2018 mid-term elections in the United States, shedding light on his efforts to mobilize and unify far-right parties in order to win seats in the May 2019 European Parliamentary elections. To maintain his power and influence, the former Goldman Sachs banker and media investor reinvents himself - as he has many times before - this time as the self-appointed leader of a global populist movement. Keen manipulator of the press and gifted self-promoter, Bannon continues to draw headlines and protests wherever he goes, feeding the powerful myth on which his survival relies.

Comments about documentary «The Brink» (18)

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Janet

A lovely documentary on the rise of the British film industry in the 1950s and 60s. It's so good to see so many of the great directors, actors and screenwriters working in the industry - especially at the top. They were all hugely talented and it's so sad to see so many of them passing on. Many people say that the British film industry is in a mess. I don't think so, because they've made a lot of mistakes and have been making them for years. There are plenty of great films being made in the UK - but they're being made by a few hundred people, most of whom have never been to a cinema before. If you're not one of those people then you should find this film inspiring. The film is about how the British film industry has changed over the years. It looks at the few hundred people who are making films in the UK and how they do it. It's fascinating and I recommend it.

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Jose Davidson

I was surprised to see this documentary in my local public library, and decided to watch it. I found it quite interesting, and it did take a while to get into it. But the bottom line is that the film is a compelling look into the lives of the American people as they move through the challenges of the economic downturn and the social changes that accompany it. It's hard to argue that the film is biased, since it is not trying to be a balanced documentary, but rather one that tells a story about the people and their lives, without being overly critical of them. The film does not take a stance on the merits of a particular politician, or the merits of a particular economic policy, but rather tries to find a balance between these. For this reason, it is a little more objective than many other documentaries that focus on economic issues, and it does a good job of showing what is happening in the economy, but it is not very detailed. I found the editing of the film to be a little distracting, since it jumps around from one story to the next. The plot was also somewhat inconsistent, and I think that was the film's biggest weakness. But overall, it is a compelling and thoughtful look into a very important topic, and it was worth the watch.

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Jennifer

I've heard some people say that the documentary is just propaganda and it's not true. I can't say it's propaganda because it's not true. I think it's a documentary that's worth seeing. I think it's a very well made documentary that's very entertaining. It's not a documentary that's going to be watched by everyone. I've seen it a few times and it's become one of my favorites. It's very good. I don't think it's perfect but it's very good.

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Deborah

This documentary is very interesting and is worth watching. I am a big fan of The Brink, and am glad to see the makers of this documentary have also been fans. The cast members give good performances, and the entire production is very well done. It's great to see a documentary about a great documentary. The problem is, that is it does not address why so many of these people ended up where they did. This documentary has the potential to be a classic, but the production is not great. I would recommend watching this documentary, but wait for the DVD. You will not be disappointed. This is one of the better documentaries I have seen, and worth watching.

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Judith

There are a lot of things wrong with this documentary, but the biggest problem is the film is very long. I think that if the film was shorter, then it would have been a better film. In the end, the film is a better documentary than it is a movie. There is a lot of stuff that needs to be seen to really understand what is happening in the world. The main reason this film is bad is because of the length of the film. If the film was shorter, then it would have been a much better film. The film does an excellent job of showing the stories of the people affected by this crisis. It is a shame that the film is so long because it could have been so much more.

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Joseph

This is a must see documentary that takes a look at the political and social issues surrounding the South African apartheid. The film is very informative, with many people and organizations giving their perspectives and perspectives on the situation. This documentary also features interviews with some of the key people involved in the South African struggle. It also includes the opinion of a former South African white supremacist, who defends the government's position. Overall, this is a good documentary that should be seen by anyone who is interested in the history of the South African apartheid. It is worth watching. I give this film a 7/10.

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Sandra J.

In a series of interviews, Richard Lapchick, the author of the book The Brink, offers insight into the events of September 11, 2001. His book was a critical and thought-provoking look at the planning and execution of the U.S. response to the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. Lapchick, a former police officer, knows a thing or two about crime. He's a survivor of the 1975 Oklahoma City bombing and he was also a police officer in the Washington, D.C., area in the 1970s. He's one of the few people who was actually in the building that was attacked on that day. Lapchick has seen what happened and he has a unique perspective. He's not an anti-war or anti-government activist. He's a former police officer who has a lot of respect for the people who have to deal with terrorists. In this film Lapchick has a lot of good things to say about the response to the attacks, the intelligence community, and the political process. He says that the White House should have called for an immediate 9/11 Commission. Instead, the Commission was left to die. The Commission's members were not well-respected by the President, and the President wanted a "one-shot" Commission. The Commission's report was inconclusive, and it became clear that there was no clear plan to respond to the attacks. The Commission was criticized for not getting the message to the President, and many of the Commissioners wanted the President to ask for a 9/11 Commission. Lapchick argues that the White House did not want to be involved. The White House wanted the Commission to get off the ground quickly, but the White House wanted to do a 9/11 Commission, and it wanted to get the job done quickly. He says the White House would not have approved a Commission that would have lasted more than a few months. The Commission was too closely tied to the President and to his chief of staff, General Colin Powell. Lapchick says the Commission did not know what to do when it got to the Pentagon. The Commission was under pressure to come up with a plan to deal with the attacks, and it was not clear what to do. The Commission was also in a bit of a Catch-22. It had to be short and simple, because it was not clear who would be able to do the job. The Commission was also not an effective instrument to bring about the 9/11 Commission's recommendations. In some ways, Lapchick's book is the definitive account of the events of September 11. It's a very well-done documentary. There are many personal stories that the film captures, and Lapchick has a good way of drawing people in to his arguments. The film is not afraid to be a little self-critical. It's very open about the mistakes that were made and the mistakes that were not made. Lapchick doesn't shy away from the decisions that were made. He acknowledges that the government and the media missed opportunities to prevent the attacks. He also acknowledges that the U.S. military had an option to respond to the attacks with an invasion of Afghanistan, but the military had not been trained properly to do so. Lapchick argues that the military should have done more, and he makes a convincing case for that. Lapchick also argues that the government did not fully follow through on the emergency plan it had established. The Pentagon had been preparing for an attack, but the military didn't have the people trained to execute it. Lapchick says the government had already been ignoring this problem for a year. Lapchick says that the Pentagon could have been prepared to take over the air traffic control system and shut it down immediately, but the White House didn't do that. Lapchick argues that there were major problems with the Pentagon's emergency plan and it was not implemented in time. Lapchick also argues that the intelligence community, which had been under attack, could have done more, but it wasn't followed up

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Brian Douglas

I'd have to say this is one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. It really shows the real life of homeless people in New York City. And in a sense it's very realistic. I think that's the real point of the movie, it shows how real people feel. They are like a real family, they are very close. It's very difficult to be homeless, because you don't know who you can trust, and they don't really give you any kind of help. But it's not easy to be homeless, because the streets are very dangerous, and if you get caught you could end up getting beaten up. And the main character, the main character is really a nice person, and he really makes you feel the pain that people have to go through. I think this is a really good movie, I think it's a great movie to watch.

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Judy Hill

The idea of a man walking the earth with a tiny camera could be a great story. I mean, how many documentaries have you seen where a man takes a camera everywhere? I don't think there is a single documentary that doesn't have a man walking around with a camera. But, there are some documentaries that are more interesting than others. This documentary is one of them. The only problem I had with this documentary was the fact that it was over an hour and a half long. And it really dragged on a lot. There were some parts that were pretty dull, but I still really liked the way that this documentary was told. It was not the best documentary I have ever seen, but it was still interesting. I would give this documentary a 7 out of 10.

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Vincent

I had never heard of this film until I heard that it was in the iTunes movie store. So I decided to watch it. I really enjoyed it. I didn't like it when it came out but it is now available on DVD. It is a very good film. I would recommend it to anyone who likes documentaries. The production quality is very good. I think that it is worth seeing. If you have never heard of it before, then it is worth seeing. I would say that it is worth seeing. I think that it is a good film to watch.

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Nicholas

I had heard the music of American band Survivor and also of the French band La Femme Nikita and was very interested in the relationship between these two bands. I have to say that I was disappointed in the "world" of this documentary. I would have liked to see a bit more of the band and the French culture of the country. This documentary is interesting but not much. If you want to know more about the music, go watch "The Sun Is Shining" or "Nothing But Thieves". I also like the "American" music in this documentary and the production is very good. If you are a big fan of the band Survivor, then you should check this out.

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Christina G.

This is a very good documentary about a Canadian film crew going to South America to film an indigenous village. The village is in the Amazon and is under threat from a logging company and a mining company. The crew members have to learn a lot about the indigenous people and their customs and traditions. The film is well-acted and gives a really good view of the culture. The crew members are good-looking, clean-cut, and fit. They are clearly not like the stereotypical movie extras. The crew member with the most screen time is the older woman. She is the most interesting character in the film and she is very expressive. The other women are all pretty and seem to fit in well with the indigenous culture. The film is in English and Spanish, but the subtitles are good and you don't have to worry about missing anything. Overall, a good documentary.

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Betty

I really enjoyed the film. It is a powerful look at what it was like to live in the era of nuclear war and how the world reacted. It is a lot like a documentary of the Cold War but with a strong political edge. It is also the story of the fallout of the nuclear bomb from the Cuban missile crisis. I recommend it to anyone who wants to see the aftermath of a nuclear attack.

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Joshua Shaw

If you're like me, you've probably had a few TGI Fridays in your life. You've probably seen the classic commercials that feature the actors in the film, and you've probably seen the classics of the movie (the movie itself). This documentary gives you a quick overview of the film and the actors in it, and then it takes a more in-depth look at the production of the movie itself. As mentioned, this is the only movie I've ever seen where the actors themselves play a significant role in the story. So it's not a typical feature length documentary, and I would recommend that if you're going to watch it. The documentary is broken into three parts, and they each detail a different aspect of the movie, and how it was made. So if you want to know more about the film, read the first part, and then watch the second part. The third part is a commentary by some of the actors, who talk about their personal feelings on the film, and their thoughts on how they feel about it. So if you're like me, you should definitely watch the first two parts, and then watch the last part, and then you should definitely watch the last two parts. I really enjoyed this film, and I would recommend it to anybody. It's not an Oscar winning film, but it's an interesting and entertaining film. I also recommend that anyone who is into movies like "The Godfather", or "The Godfather: Part II" (aka "The Godfather Part III") also check this out.

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Jeremy

I have seen a lot of documentaries and this one, however, is a real eye opener. It is not a story about a person or even a profession. It is about the people, and it is clear that the producers have done their homework. The director does a great job of telling the story of a family that lives in poverty. It is a story of the people, and how they deal with the circumstances they are facing. It is not an easy movie to watch, and the subject matter is quite difficult. It is a must see for anyone who is interested in the poor or in the lives of the poor.

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Joe Watkins

The documentary is a great look at the culture of "The Brink" and how it changed the landscape of the film industry. It focuses on the making of "The Brink" and how the film got financed and made. It includes interviews with actors, crew and crew members, writers, producers, and directors. This is a great look into the world of The Brink and what it was like to make a film in a time when the industry was new and there were no stars to hold it up. The film is well worth watching.

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Gloria

I watched this film with a friend of mine. The subject matter was too relevant to ignore. The trailer was a little misleading. The film is well worth watching. The cinematography is quite excellent. The soundtrack is amazing. The cast is very strong. I hope they make a sequel. It is a shame that this film will be lost to the ages. I was not disappointed. I am not sure what I would do differently. If they make a sequel, I will be there to see it. I think the cast should have won a lot of awards. I was very impressed. I am not sure if they should have been nominated for a lot of awards. This is a must see film for anyone interested in the effects of war. I believe it will help people understand the effects of war on the lives of the people involved.

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Rachel

This is a film that I have never seen before but I was curious to see what it was all about and it's certainly worth a look if you're interested in climate change. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone who wants to see the evidence for man-made global warming. It's not the most spectacular film I have ever seen, but it's a good documentary and the interviewees are well-balanced and well-known. It's interesting to see that many of the people interviewed have had their voices mis-represented in the media, but they do a good job of defending their views.