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Rosenwald is a movie starring Peter Ascoli, Julian Bond, and Stephanie Deutsch. Rosenwald, by Aviva Kempner, is a documentary about how Chicago philanthropist Julius Rosenwald, the son of an immigrant peddler who rose to head Sears,...

Other Titles
The Rosenwald Schools
Running Time
1 hours 35 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Biography, Documentary
Aviva Kempner
Aviva Kempner
Stephanie Deutsch, Peter Ascoli, Julian Bond, Richard J. Powell
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

Rosenwald, by Aviva Kempner, is a documentary about how Chicago philanthropist Julius Rosenwald, the son of an immigrant peddler who rose to head Sears, partnered with Booker T. Washington to build 5,400 Southern schools in African American communities in the early 1900s during the Jim Crow era. Rosenwald also built YMCAs and housing for African Americans to address the pressing needs of the Great Migration. The Rosenwald Fund supported great artists like Marian Anderson, Woody Guthrie, Langston Hughes, Gordon Parks, and Jacob Lawrence. Among those interviewed are civil rights leaders Julian Bond, Ben Jealous and Congressman John Lewis, columnists Eugene Robinson and Clarence Page, Cokie Roberts, Rabbi David Saperstein, Rosenwald school alumni writer Maya Angelou and director George C. Wolfe and Rosenwald relatives.

Comments about biography «Rosenwald» (38)

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Emily Aguilar

I enjoyed this movie. It was pretty much the best I have seen about the local protests of the 1970's. I think it does a good job of showing the lack of support of the local police. I found the movie quite interesting and entertaining. It does make you realize what a "small town" life was like in the early 1970's. One of the things that bothers me the most about the movie is that it never gives us a good view of the "wall street" of the 1970's. We are not told how much money these people had. We are told that they had a few cars and a lot of food. Why do they have that much money? It seems to me that they were just part of the "hippie" culture and not rich people. There was no story about how these people struggled and failed. It seemed to me that they were just there. It was hard to feel for the people they were protesting for. But I do think that the movie shows the "normal" life of the people that they were protesting. There were some parts that were rather sad, but it is hard to not relate to these people. It was hard to feel for them. But I do think that the movie does a good job of showing the "small town" life of the people that were protesting. There is a story behind the protests that are told, and it is not just a movie. The movie did a great job of showing the "small town" life that these people lived. I would recommend it for people who have never seen a movie before, or who have seen movies that have a story line. It is a great movie to watch if you want to know what it was like to live in the 1970's. It is also a great movie to watch if you want to know what kind of people were protesting during that time.

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Since my first viewing of Lawrence of Arabia, I have felt the urge to watch "Hollywood Babylon" again. The documentary is very good and interesting. The depiction of life in the Arab World is fascinating. I don't believe there was any bias against the Arabs in Hollywood - many great Arabs played significant roles in Hollywood, which is why they are often portrayed as barbarians. I am a bit disappointed that the documentary doesn't mention the Arabs in Hollywood - I think that would have been very informative and fascinating. The film was interesting and well-made. It is also very well-edited, with plenty of information. I highly recommend it.

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Melissa D.

The first two movies are very good. One of them was a good documentary about the Kennedy assassination and that made me think about it and made me think. This movie is the same. It's not a documentary but an examination of Kennedy's life and how he was and what he was about. It's very interesting and it's very difficult to put everything in a one-hour movie. You have to think and you have to make an effort. The film has a great deal of information and is informative and very well done. I enjoyed it very much. I recommend it to anyone who likes the JFK movies.

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Brittany C.

The great journalist Seymour Hersh has a one-man show in this documentary. The whole piece is very well-done, but it is hard to believe that it is based on his book. I've seen "The Pity of It All" and "The Choice" which are much more detailed and believable. The film "Saving Private Ryan" is a far superior film. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to see the horrors of war and the lives of the victims. It's a must-see.

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Nathan P.

I just watched the DVD of this documentary and am absolutely blown away by the quality and impact of the documentary. It does an excellent job at illustrating the inner workings of the Democratic party and how far they would go to "appease" or "convert" their core supporters to their party. It is also interesting to note how the party is today in a state of constant turmoil. This makes the documentary even more fascinating and makes it very interesting to look at the lives of the different political figures in the documentary. I have been a Democrat for the past several years and this documentary certainly helps me understand why I have been so confused and why I do not understand the party at all. It is an interesting documentary and I highly recommend it.

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I have seen a few films about the relationship between the LDS church and the gay community, and I've heard several other anti-LDS comments about this film, but I think that they're really important to discuss and to reflect on. It's a film that deserves to be watched. And it's a film that's worth it. I love the fact that it's a film that tells the story of a gay couple and their relationship and their relationship with their family. I think that the film should be watched by everyone, and I hope that it can inspire a few people to speak out against the LDS church and to speak out against homophobia.

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Sara M.

This film has been criticised for making light of pedophilia and rape, but I'm happy to say that this film exposes the truth of the matter. As a child actor, I had to go to work with a 20-year-old actor, and it was a nightmare. Even in the early days, I could not trust the men who worked with me. I never felt safe around them. I know some of the men in this film. I have been to their homes. I know their names, and I know that they were not the people they were. Their stories were not on screen, but they were the ones who gave the truth about what happened to them. I know they had some of the worst jobs ever to come out of Hollywood. But their stories are far more powerful than any screenplay ever could be. You know, they were normal people who had to work under impossible circumstances. They were nothing special, but they were human. And they did not care about their appearance. And that is what makes this movie so moving. It is the most powerful movie I have ever seen. The only thing that I have complained about is the sound quality. Some of the scenes are recorded in Spanish, which I think is a little distracting. But I do understand the point of the film, and I believe that it will get the message across. I have seen this film three times already, and I have to say that it is a film I can't get enough of. I have been sitting in the cinema for two hours, and I am now going to see it again, and I will be seeing it with my wife and kids.

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Shirley Garcia

After watching this film for the first time, I found it so interesting, but I also was a little disappointed in some aspects of the documentary. For example, I thought the documentary was too talkative. For instance, we are told many times how the jury had to discuss each of the various victims and their families. But it seems that many of the victims and their families are too busy trying to keep their memories fresh, and they don't want to discuss the case that much. For instance, we are told how their loved ones were not home for the funeral. I don't know what to say. Some of the interviews are just too long. For instance, the family of Emma Thompson talked about how they were "in shock" after seeing the man killed in the elevator. They talked about how he made their lives miserable. Then they went on and on. I have to give the documentary some credit. I had heard so many things about this case, but it was never made a documentary. Now, it is. Overall, this documentary is interesting. It is a very interesting story, and the people interviewed make it all seem so real. But it's a little too talkative. It's just a little too talkative. It was a little too talkative for me. Still, it's a really good documentary.

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Marilyn B.

As a kid, I was obsessed with making this film, so it was a total surprise when I started college and found it was cancelled. I was kind of disappointed, but I decided to try again. Well, I'm finally here, and I have to say, it was worth the wait. My favorite part of the film was when I realized what I was going to do next. For a lot of people, this film is a little bit over the top. But that's what makes it so interesting. It's also a very effective way to get a big message across. It does a lot of things really well, like capturing the moment you enter college. And it does a lot of things really well, too. It really captures the feeling of the time, the experience, and it does it with a very steady hand. The acting is really good, and it's actually pretty good at doing the most interesting thing it does, which is making you really understand what the professor is saying, without just using your own explanation. I really enjoyed it. It's a very effective way to get a big message across, and it's also a really good way to show how different generations can get along and make things work together. It's a lot more interesting than some of the films I've seen that take a point-by-point approach to making a point. It also goes a lot deeper than just saying, "We're not all like this," because it's also talking about how society might not be the way it is, and how it's maybe not as great as you think it is. It's definitely worth seeing.

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When I first heard that Richard O'Brien was going to be doing a documentary about the JFK assassination, I thought I would give this a shot. While it does not have the same impact of Oliver Stone's JFK, it is still a good documentary. It does not try to cover every angle of the events and it does not talk down to the viewer. While O'Brien is very knowledgeable, it is not an encyclopedia of everything that happened on that day. I will admit that I was skeptical of the documentary, but after I watched it I was convinced that this is a very important documentary. There is not one interview that is not worth seeing and, if you are not interested in the JFK assassination or the Kennedy assassination in general, this documentary may not be for you.

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Harry W.

A masterful film about the controversial C.I.A. program. The program began in the mid-1960s, when some of the best minds in the CIA thought that the world was on the cusp of an existential threat from the Soviet Union. Over the next thirty years, this program morphed into something we call "The War on Terror," a war that eventually became unwinnable. John Stockwell takes a dramatic and timely look at the program, and its legacy. Through interviews with some of the CIA veterans, researchers, and officials who worked on it, he shows how the program worked, and why it was so successful. By taking a different look at this controversial topic, he makes an important contribution to the debate about the "War on Terror."

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Charles Adams

The documentary "Getting This" focuses on one young man's meteoric rise in the music industry. He's a 22 year-old, record-store sales clerk. It's a good, fun film that has the makings of a well-rounded documentary. What works for the film is the production design. That's it. It's gorgeous. The cinematography and lighting are well done. The editing is smooth. The soundtrack is dark and ominous. The production design and photography is what the film lacks. The movie does a great job of establishing the persona of the character and making him seem relatable. However, the documentary fails to make a strong point about the way music is represented in the media. That is to say, the music that is used as a cinematic element in the film is not representative of what the music is supposed to be. It is not as black and white as the film suggests. While there are few critics who criticize the film's lack of sound, it is because it is a good documentary that fails to make a strong point. It's a shame because there is a lot to like about this film.

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What's a film to do when you can't get any more info about the case? Documentaries are a great way to learn more about a subject, but this one is a bit more than that. The film is about the case of the Schultze-Kamerlinge family, the "Eichmann's List" of Nazi war criminals. It is also a film about the persecution of the family, and how the family was treated. The film shows how the family was treated and how the family was persecuted. It shows the family's reaction to the persecution and how the family is portrayed. The film is also a film about the family, the persecution, and how the family reacts to the persecution. This is a great film, and it should be viewed by anyone who is interested in the Holocaust. This is a film that everyone should see. It is also a film that should be viewed by the people who are interested in the Holocaust, or in the persecution of the Jewish people.

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In the early 1950s, the United States faced a very real problem. Although the government had banned the sale of alcohol, it still appeared to be a large industry, and that was going to continue in the wake of the Vietnam War. This film tells the story of the 'Saving Private Ryan' film crew, and how they were put together. They were a very small group of people who, for reasons unknown to me, had decided to go on a mission in which they had to save the lives of American soldiers on a mission in South Vietnam. The film includes interviews with some of the people who worked on the film, and they give some very interesting perspectives about the film. I also learned about some of the people who were there, and that it was a very small crew. I found it interesting that the crew was almost entirely women. That was very different from the way I had seen the men in 'Saving Private Ryan' - I had seen them all very men, strong, macho, aggressive, tough. The women in 'Saving Private Ryan' were more sensitive, less aggressive, and they had a soft side to them. I would recommend this film to anyone who likes to learn about the United States during the 1950s, or who is interested in the Vietnam War.

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I can't believe that this movie was made. I mean, this is a true story. The only thing that I didn't like about it was the ending. I thought it was not appropriate for a documentary. But I think it was a good movie. It showed how the society of the time treated the disabled people. It also showed how the society treated the handicapped people. It was a very good documentary. I recommend this movie to everyone.

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Rose T.

This documentary is not just about the 9/11 attacks. It is about the lies of the Bush administration. It is about how the media was used to help them spread their propaganda. It is about the police state created by the government. The point is not to get angry at the president, or his associates, but to get a better understanding of the whole situation. This film was very well made, but it is missing a lot of important information. I didn't see any mention of the following things: 1) The inside job 2) The government's "War on Terror" 3) The role of George W. Bush 4) The role of the CIA 5) The role of the United States military 6) The role of the New York Times 7) The role of the United Nations (which is, as stated in the movie, only a front for the government) 8) The role of the media 9) The role of the Israeli government 10) The role of the Pentagon (which is the main organization that helps the government in its war against the people of the world) I do not recommend this movie to everyone, but if you want to see the real truth about 9/11, see this film.

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To a person who has seen enough of the media to understand that the information in the media is selective, selective, selective, I found this movie a great education. To me, it was clear that there are a lot of people who need to hear this information. If you have not had the opportunity to see the media, this film will show you how it is really all about the money. The media has become the biggest organization in the world, and the media is the most powerful organization that controls the government. The media is being used to push political agendas, and to control the information that people get to know. The media has become the media, and the media is controlling the information that people get to know. I have been to the country that is now known as the "third world", and this film made me realize how our country was built on the backs of the people who did not have much to lose. We owe our freedom to the people who fought and died for it. I would recommend this film to anyone who has a free mind, and a sense of justice.

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Cheryl R.

I really enjoyed this documentary. I have watched a lot of documentaries and this one, for me, was a favorite. I have to say that it was a lot of fun to watch it. But, I think that the main thing that makes this documentary work is that it has a lot of humor and fun and it's very well done. And I loved the interviews with the doctors, because I think they were a lot of fun. I don't think I laughed at all, but there were a lot of funny things to laugh about. So, if you like documentaries that are fun and funny and you like seeing doctors and patients, then you should definitely see this documentary. If you don't like documentaries, you might not like this one.

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This is a very well done documentary, and I'm not just saying that because I'm a huge fan of Michael Moore. I'm also a big fan of the film "Bowling for Columbine". This documentary is very well done, and I think it will go down as a classic. I'm not sure how it will go down with the general public, but it is definitely going to go down as a classic. This documentary was a great way to introduce the world to Michael Moore, and it definitely made me want to watch his other films. The documentary is very well done, and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about Michael Moore. I give it a 9 out of 10.

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If you don't know this already, you're really going to want to see this. Rosenwald is an artist who uses the life of a famous artist (Christina Hendricks) as a canvas to express his own sense of humour and insanity. It's a very good documentary and I don't think you'll be disappointed. I really enjoyed it. I just hope there will be a sequel.

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Gregory Gibson

I feel this movie did a great job at making you feel the pain and suffering that every single person that passed on this earth must have felt. If you ever find yourself in a position to have to pay the price for one of these tragedies, don't hesitate to get out of the house. This movie is a reminder to not let such tragedies go to waste. If you are planning to get married, or plan to get married, this is a movie that you need to watch. You will not regret it.

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Anna Larson

I didn't know that Michael Moore was actually a filmmaker before watching this. His reputation has changed significantly since his infamous "Fahrenheit" film. In that film, he went after President Bush and presented his argument with raw emotion, a bluntness that went against his better-known and more polished brand. This documentary is a little more subtle and mature, showing Michael's background as an activist and his career as a journalist. There are many interviews with people who were in the same boat as Michael, and the story behind their opinions of the President. Moore manages to bring these people to life, and at times, I didn't know which one I was going to believe. He makes sure to include clips of the President, his staff, and his critics, and some of his own speeches to prove his points. The stories and interviews are very interesting and all well worth watching. Moore also does a great job of not giving out his side of the story, so the viewer can decide for themselves. I was actually surprised by some of the people he interviewed. I thought it would be more of a political speech, but it was more of an interview. I think this documentary is very worth watching, especially for people who know something about the President and his staff.

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I loved this film. It was an honest look at a time and place in history that is rarely discussed. It also helped me understand the extent to which the media and politicians have manipulated the public and allowed the "revolutions" to take place. It also gave me an insight into the personal stories of the people involved. It's a film that is not to be missed.

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There is a lot that can be said about the civil rights movement. We can learn about the mistakes made, the hopeful moments, the painful ones, the revolutionary ones, the big mistakes and many others. Civil Rights was a very difficult subject to get the message across, especially in the 60's. This documentary takes you through the day to day lives of the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People), and the Jim Crow laws in the South. The movie tells you how the civil rights movement came into being, how it ended, and how it all came about. We see how the protests against segregation in the South in the 50's were put on hold, how many people joined the movement, and how the civil rights movement was on the rise. It is interesting how some people still remember their youth during the time, even when the history is old. The movie is filled with many interesting interviews and some really amazing photographs, all of which are part of the documentary. Some of the photographs are extremely disturbing, and many people have strong opinions about the role of the media in the country today. We see how some news media actually contributed to the ending of the civil rights movement. We see how news media is like a dictatorship. The movie also shows you how the Jim Crow laws were put into place, and how they were a very harmful part of the civil rights movement. It shows the problems that people faced in the South and how they were portrayed. This movie is a must see.

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Denise T.

I really enjoyed this documentary, it is well researched and well put together. The documentary is a must see for anyone who is a supporter of the American dream. It was also a great look into the life of John Lennon and how his life was affected by the events of September 11th, 2001. I highly recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to learn more about the lives of people who have been affected by the events of September 11th. This is an excellent documentary and is a must see.

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I didn't read much of James Joyce when I was younger, but I loved this movie. It's not just a history lesson - it's a history lesson that will stick with you long after the credits roll. I think one of the most striking things about this movie is how it's written with such empathy for the people who lived through it, and for the people who didn't. The filmmaking is beautiful, the actors are great, and the cinematography is breathtaking. I think the real question that people should ask is, did we get what we paid for? This movie was made on a relatively small budget, and yet it feels so expensive. I've seen a lot of movies that seem so cheap when viewed on the dollar. The power of this film lies in the storytelling, and the knowledge that you can learn something from it. And that's what makes it great. I highly recommend this movie.

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Beverly H.

Mark Ruffalo has a great passion for this movie. But I am just not the kind of person that can handle a movie like this. I have read some of the reviews on this movie and I don't know if anyone can handle it. But I love movies, and this is definitely a movie that will leave you thinking for a long time. The documentary was very interesting and it has a lot of great information that can help you understand the Holocaust. And there are a lot of people who will not understand the Holocaust, but there are also people who will not understand Mark Ruffalo's character. He is a genius and this is a movie that will take you to another level of movie watching. This is definitely one of my all time favorites.

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Kathryn Evans

The argumentative and well-written dialog is extremely well-written and witty. The manner in which the writer argues is very interesting. This is a very good movie and I think everyone who wants to learn more about how the people of Flint and why they are in that place should see this movie. It is very well done and a must-see.

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I was surprised to see how many people did not like this movie. I have not seen a movie like this before. I have seen many documentaries and I am familiar with the history of the Holocaust. I am not an expert on the subject, but I did not find the film to be biased at all. I thought that the film was well done. The fact that this film was made in the 70's and the story of the film was not told until now, is interesting. I think that the film was very informative. I am not sure how the film was received by the public, but I believe that the film is well worth seeing. I think that it is a very good film. I would give it an A-.

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Tammy Gilbert

Being a director of music videos, I have to admit that I'm also somewhat interested in music, and that I like having a lot of it on my video. But being a music fan, I can't help but wonder if a director of music videos can still make a great movie about it. Well, this film tells that it's not only possible, but necessary. Director James Rosenwald talks about the importance of music in his personal life, and also in his work as a filmmaker. This film has a great cast and crew, including such familiar faces as Tina Fey, Alan Cumming, Danny Devito, and many others. It's a movie for people who are not music fans, because there are many amazing aspects of it, but not only those. The film is not just a documentary, and the music itself is a great part of the film. The music in this film is such a great part of the film, and the sound quality is excellent. I really recommend this film to everyone, especially those who are fans of music, because it shows just how important music is in people's lives. This is an amazing film, and it is definitely not for everyone.

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Frank P.

It was an incredible film, that's why I gave it a 9 out of 10. The people involved in this documentary, especially Janicza, did an amazing job, they took a highly controversial topic, and made it so that it was very easy to understand and relate to. As I sat in the theater with a few friends, they kept talking about the film, and I kept thinking to myself, "I don't think they will understand what I'm talking about." But after the film ended, I was able to comprehend what they were talking about. I truly hope that they go on to make another film like this, because it's not only a great documentary, but it's also a great thing to watch. I hope that Janicza, Rosenwald, and every person involved in making this documentary, has a wonderful day, and see the rest of their life. I hope that they are inspired by this film, and continue to make documentaries like this. I would like to say, if you have not seen this film yet, watch it now. You will not regret it. Also, if you like documentaries like this one, check out: The Last House on the Left, Beowulf, and A Clockwork Orange.

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I was fortunate to catch this documentary on HBO last night. There was a great discussion between the two directors and some of the people involved. I thought the film was well done and informative. I also liked the way they put the movie behind the viewer's back. The audience was given the opportunity to watch the interview with a different lens.

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Samantha Green

The 2004 documentary The Kennedy's Secret Wars, about the secret government of the United States, is a must see for anyone who was born after 1960. If you are looking for something more light-hearted, this documentary is not for you. On the other hand, if you like historical documentaries and you like documentaries about the secret government, this is a must see. The documentary is about the things that went on during the Kennedy's administration and how these things played out. The documentary gives some insight into the Kennedy's secret activities, in particular the assassination of JFK. This is a great film for anyone interested in the Kennedy's secret government. If you are looking for a movie that focuses more on the people who are supposed to be the Kennedy's secret government, this is a great film for you. I give this movie a 9 out of 10.

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The Rockefeller Family is not well known by the general public, but that was never a good thing. It's one of the richest families in America, and it has spent billions on building a great museum in Manhattan to remember their family's contributions to the world. It was a very nice documentary, but it was hard to get through the documentary without laughing a lot. There were some great anecdotes and facts, but some were just too much. For example, the fact that the Rockefeller family had a committee that was responsible for the creation of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC. The fact that they were responsible for the building of the National Library of Medicine in Washington, DC. And the fact that they were responsible for a lot of great things. But the fact that they had the most extravagant gifts to the United Nations, the most extravagant gifts to the Vatican, and they had more than any other family in America. It just goes on and on and on. It is a very sad documentary, but it's also a very interesting documentary.

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Carl Lane

It is very difficult to talk about this documentary without getting too sentimental. For me, there is no other word for it. It is very sad to see the kind of pain and suffering that people go through every day. This film was very moving. The main character, David Wilcock, was an extraordinary man. The way he was able to overcome his problems and actually make the change to living a life where he is happy. He overcame all kinds of obstacles that he faced in his life. It was a sad story but also very inspiring. I think this film is a great example of what you can achieve when you are persistent in your goals. It's a sad story but also a inspiring story.

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A very important film. I've seen it several times, and I'm still thinking about it. I have never heard of the writer of this movie before, but it is a great movie. The only thing that is a bit sad is that it is almost impossible to find it. It's a shame that this movie is so underrated, because it's an important movie. It's about the effect of government on the people, and the people's ability to fight back against it. It's a very important movie, and I recommend it to everyone. The only thing I would like to say is that the movie is not about a single person, but about a group of people, and the story is told through their lives. I really loved the movie, and I'm glad I watched it. If you haven't seen it, I highly recommend it.

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Amanda G.

I can't believe this film got such a low rating here. The first time I watched it, I was amazed at how much I enjoyed it. Then I watched it again, and it's still as good as the first time. I thought it was great that the director and the writers did not try to make a documentary on the subject, but instead, they made a film about the life of a very unique man. I think this is a great film to watch if you are interested in the subject. It is a very interesting and interesting subject, and I think that a lot of people could benefit from watching this film.

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A great documentary about the difficulties of being an athlete in a world of steroid abuse and the road to recovery. There are some great interviews with the people who have dealt with the issue, and the film also provides a very interesting look at the sport of triathlon. The documentary is also very interesting in that it presents the drug problem as a personal issue for the athletes, and not as a "politically correct" issue. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in triathlon or athletes in general.