Steam Emanuel


Emanuel is a movie starring George Howard Adams, A.R. Bernard, and Nadine Collier. An inside look at the tragic event that took place in Charleston, South Carolina at the Emanuel AME Church, where 9 innocent churchgoers were gunned...

Running Time
1 hours 20 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Brian Ivie
Brian Ivie
Brien Gregorie, George Howard Adams, A.R. Bernard, Nadine Collier
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

National headlines blazed the story: Churchgoers Gunned Down During Prayer Service in Charleston, South Carolina. After a 21-year-old white supremacist opened fire in Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, nine African Americans lay dead, leaving their families and the nation to grapple with this senseless act of terror. Featuring intimate interviews with survivors and family members, EMANUEL, from executive producers Stephen Curry and Viola Davis, is a poignant story of justice and faith, love and hate, examining the healing power of forgiveness.

Comments about documentary «Emanuel» (5)

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Jeremy Wilson

This is the first documentary I have ever seen, and it's the first documentary I have ever seen in English. I could have understood it if I was able to understand it, but I'm not. This documentary is a good one. It is a story of a famous person who was a great artist in his own right, but was also a great artist in his family's life, his wife's life, and the lives of those around him. This story is told from the perspective of the artist and his family, and is the focus of the film. The documentary is divided into three parts, the first being the artist's family, the second being his wife, and the third being his work. This documentary is excellent because it is not full of negative comments. There is a lot of love, and admiration, and respect, and respect for his work, and all the people around him. The documentary has some nice interviews, and some nice pictures, but it is all a little boring. This is a film that needs to be seen.

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Jesse G.

I am a big fan of Emmanuel's films. I think he is a wonderful director. I have seen all of his films and I can say he is the best director around. This documentary is a wonderful tribute to his films. There is so much to see in this documentary. It shows the real work that he does with the real people. It is very informative and has a lot of really great footage. I give this documentary a 9. It is really a very good documentary and I recommend that you watch it. It is very good.

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William Harrison

The discussion of crime and punishment in America is a contentious topic. Justice system and sentencing, and crime and punishment are issues that both sides will claim as their own. Each side will try and poke holes into the other. The result is that it can be difficult for those not familiar with the topic to understand what is really happening in the justice system. With the recent wave of "Too Tough On Crime" and "Too Soft On Crime" films, the discussion is on the table again. One could argue that all these movies are a reflection of the "real" situation. The truth is, "Too Tough On Crime" is only an attempt to give us a glimpse of what the "real" situation is, but it fails. Too Soft On Crime and "Too Soft On Crime" shows us the real thing, but does not actually prove anything. It's not a statement of the film, but of the political agendas behind the debate. This film does not attempt to address what crime and punishment are really about, but simply presents facts and then comments on the crimes. The conclusion is still a contentious issue. Still, this film does a good job of presenting the facts and coming to conclusions. While it is not an extensive movie, this documentary is a good step forward. I'd give it a rating of 7/10.

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Crystal D.

I must admit that I have seen this documentary before but not so much of it as I was interested in watching this film. The reason why I did not watch it was that I am a strong believer in the influence that great artists have on people. It is one of the main reasons why I enjoy documentaries, like this one. This film is about the life of Emmanuel Lubezki, who is one of the greatest and most influential artists in the world. Although he is the most famous artist in the world, it is his life that has been the main focus of this film. It is also about the two artists and their close friends and associates. It is also about his death and the events that happened after. The film is not only about Lubezki's life but also about the influence that his life had on other artists, especially on other artists from the Jewish people. The director had the advantage of knowing what Lubezki had to say, he had all the information he needed to make a good documentary. The documentary is very informative and the director did a great job in bringing the images and information to the viewers. The most important thing about the film is that it is real. We get to see a lot of things from Lubezki's life and in the film we get to see the events that happened after his death. The film is very informative and the director made it very interesting. The documentary is very good and I recommend it to everyone.

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Danielle Hayes

This film is as American as apple pie. It's the story of the U.S. Embassy in Israel, with the most famous diplomat in the world, the late, great, Madeleine Albright, living the life of the American ambassador in Israel, but without the glamor or the support of the American media. As the story develops, the viewer learns more about the Israeli/American relationship, and the reasons behind it, and how the world views that relationship. The film is both informative and entertaining. I found it to be a good, realistic look at the relationship between the two nations. It is funny and very entertaining. The film is a good way to learn more about the relationship between the U.S. and Israel, but also about the U.S. and its place in the world.