Steam On Her Shoulders

On Her Shoulders

On Her Shoulders is a movie starring Nadia Murad, Murad Ismael, and Simone Monasebian. Nadia Murad, a 23-year-old Yazidi, survived genocide and sexual slavery committed by ISIS. Repeating her story to the world, this ordinary girl...

Other Titles
Sulle sue spalle, Nadia - folkmordets röst, Nadia terhe, Na jej barkach, ナディアの誓い On Her Shoulders
Running Time
1 hours 35 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Biography, Documentary
Director
Alexandria Bombach
Writer
Shahnaz Osso, Yousif Haskan, Nawaf Ashur, Hishyar Abid, Deniz Ekici
Actors
Michelle Rempel, Nadia Murad, Simone Monasebian, Murad Ismael
Country
USA
Year
2018
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

Nadia Murad, a 23-year-old Yazidi, survived genocide and sexual slavery committed by ISIS. Repeating her story to the world, this ordinary girl finds herself thrust onto the international stage as the voice of her people.

Comments about biography «On Her Shoulders» (6)

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Samuel B.

The documentary is a far cry from the sensationalized, wild-eyed descriptions of Madonna's alleged "bullying" of the French President, in her 1996 autobiography. That alleged incident took place in a Las Vegas hotel, where Madonna was being interviewed for a film she was making, with the then-current President of France. However, the documentary goes a little overboard in its treatment of the incident, and even the interview that follows is rather lackluster. In fact, it's not a very positive interview, in which the interviewer seems uncomfortable and somewhat disdainful toward Madonna. This movie was always going to be an easy target for Madonna fans, as it was part of the Madonna Show and so it had to be pro-Madonna, to some extent. The documentary does show Madonna's softer side, and she's often shown to be a pretty decent mom, wife, and singer-songwriter. But it also focuses on her more mean-spirited, desperate times as a teenager, and on how she's had to hide behind her family and her ex-husband, whom she claims abused her. The film also includes clips of the French President's alleged abuse, and it also goes into Madonna's relationship with the notorious pop star David Bowie, which includes the infamous "If I were you" lyrics, and a particularly nasty incident where Madonna was filmed fighting Bowie in a hotel bathroom. It's a pretty powerful documentary, and it does present Madonna's side, but it's not a particularly interesting one. Madonna fans will no doubt love it, but it's not a particularly interesting documentary. Madonna's "Bullying" Tour was plagued by problems during its first year, as well as the fact that she and her band had to drop several of the songs she had planned to perform on stage. However, there was also a lot of money raised from the tour, which certainly has helped her career. Madonna, for her part, doesn't seem to have changed her ways, and her views about the French President remain the same. She even comes out and gives an interview saying that he was a good president. This documentary will be more interesting to Madonna fans than it will to anyone else, but it's certainly not the best movie about Madonna.

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Teresa

A couple of years ago, the time came to put together a documentary for a college class project. I would like to point out that there were other people in the class, and we were able to talk about the story without the support of the professor. So I brought this up with the professor, and she said "well, if you're gonna make a documentary, then it should be about something." I would say that this documentary is about the fact that people do not get along in a family, or in a group. People do not always see what's right in front of them. They have to force themselves to fit in and be accepted. This documentary has an interesting concept, that is not something we think about as much as we should. I liked the way that they showed what it was like to have an older sister, to have a little sister, or to be a little sister. I also liked the way that they showed the frustration that had been building up inside of the sister. I have read a few other reviews, and many of the people say that this is too long, and that it is boring. It is not boring. It is not fast-paced. It is a documentary. It is what it is, and what it did to me, made me think about things that I was not able to think about. If you have a family that is like this, or if you have had a similar situation, then you will relate to this film. This is not the type of documentary that is going to make you happy. It will make you sad, and it will make you think about things that you should have not thought about. This film has a few good points, but if you are looking for a happy documentary that is going to make you happy, this film will not do that.

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Ethan Webb

Gillian Anderson is in the middle of a career renaissance. Having achieved her first Oscar nomination for "Crazy Heart" for her portrayal of an unapologetic, but pretty and impulsive woman (who is also a consummate professional and hard-working, except for one thing) she is now finally giving us the best of her. She is one of the best actresses of her generation, and the film she is in here is a very poignant tale of how a person can change in the course of a lifetime, and how her choices can have a lasting impact on her and on the people around her. The film is told through the eyes of a woman named Gwen (played by Anderson) who is about to be married to a man she has never met. She's also about to be engaged to a man she hasn't met yet. Her life is about to change dramatically. She has just made her first ever purchase of an engagement ring for her husband. She wants to spend it on a ring she has never worn before, but can't. As her husband watches, she is wearing the same ring, but there is a small mark on the stone. Gwen is not sure whether it is good or bad, and she is unsure whether she should buy it or not. She decides to get married. That's all that we know. She then has to go through a few months of therapy, meet with several people in her life, and begin her plans for the wedding. She can't wait. But then things start to go wrong. First, Gwen's engagement to the man she doesn't know yet has to be thrown out, so she has to find a new man for the wedding, and it's not easy. She is living in the middle of nowhere and has no job. And she has some important plans on the horizon. After this, her life becomes more complicated. She decides to go back to school and learn how to teach, but she also starts to get a little bit more ambitious. She decides to get a job in a nursing home, so she can have more time for herself. She decides to change her hair color, but she's not sure how. All she knows is that it's difficult, and she does not want to change. And she doesn't like how she looks. When she does change, she's not sure what she should do, and she has a lot of regret. She goes on a realignment with her life, and she goes through some soul searching. And she decides that maybe this is the right thing to do. There is a beautiful moment when she sits down at her piano to play, and starts to cry. She knows that she's hurting, but she knows that it's not her fault. It's all the other people in her life, and she can't bear the thought of them hurting because of her. This is a wonderful film, and I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about how people can change and how choices can have a lasting impact on their lives.

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Margaret

I'm not an expert on the subject, but I have a great deal of respect for Michael Moore. I also think that his films are interesting and well-made. I have seen his documentary Bowling for Columbine, and I loved it. In his new film, "Fahrenheit 9/11," he takes a slightly different approach to his subject matter, but it is still very much the same. Moore has a pretty good sense of how to bring the message of the film to the viewer. In this case, he is more concerned with showing how the U.S. government is behaving, rather than just the problems with the economy. He doesn't try to find a solution to the problems, but rather to show how the government is responding to the problems. He is a good writer, and he has a good eye for how to put his facts into the most effective way. It's the same with his latest film, "Fahrenheit 911." I have seen Moore's previous films, "Sicko" and "Roger and Me," and I really liked them. He is not as good as Michael Moore, but he is good. I really liked the way he presented the facts. He didn't try to find a solution to the problems, he just wanted to show how the government was responding to the problems. The only thing that he did wrong was that he didn't make his points in a more effective way. I didn't feel as though his points were being made, and I felt as though he was not focusing on the most important issues. I thought that the last part of the film was the most effective, and I really thought that this was his best film yet. The other thing that I like about "Fahrenheit 911" is that it has a really good message, and it's not just an anti-Bush movie. It is an anti-Bush movie that shows the real problems in the United States. I really think that this is a great movie, and I highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in the subject of the government. I give it an 8/10.

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Mildred

I have never been a huge fan of Helen Reddy, but I think she did a great job of presenting her life and the people she met during her trip. It is really a beautiful documentary and I think it is well worth watching. The film does a great job of showing the beauty and diversity of the people in the film. They are a diverse bunch. One thing that really surprised me was how many Americans were with her. She met a lot of people and they seemed to be from all walks of life. The director does a great job of making you feel like you are in the same situation as Helen Reddy. It is a very interesting film and I think it is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen.

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Joan P.

A very moving and enlightening documentary about the life of Amy Winehouse. She was a talented, talented singer and actress. She had a great story to tell and a message to deliver. Amy's story is a rare and unique one. She was a young woman who had a hard time making it as a singer and actress. She had a tough time making it to the top and found herself a recluse. It's very sad to think that Amy died in a way that was not her own fault. Her story is about the people that she interacted with and the people she impacted. I feel that this movie will be an important part of her life. I think that it's important for people to know her story and to see her story in her own words. Amy was a very talented singer and actress and I hope that people will see her story and see her story in her own words.