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Wszystkie nieprzespane noce

Wszystkie nieprzespane noce is a movie starring Krzysztof Baginski, Michal Huszcza, and Eva Lebuef. A new era is coming, and Warsaw stands uncomfortably at its edge. Art school classmates Christopher and Michal, on the precipice of...

Other Titles
All These Sleepless Nights, Todas esas noches sin dormir, Toate aceste nopti albe, Visos nemiegotos naktys, Azok az álmatlan éjszakák, Όλες οι Άγρυπνες Νύχτες Μας
Running Time
1 hours 40 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Drama, Documentary
Michal Marczak
Michal Marczak, Katarzyna Szczerba
Krzysztof Baginski, Michal Huszcza, Natalia Atmanska, Eva Lebuef
UK, Poland
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 new era is coming, and Warsaw stands uncomfortably at its edge. Art school classmates Christopher and Michal, on the precipice of their own coming of age, restlessly roam their city's streets in search of living forever inside the beautiful moment. Never content with answers, they push each experience to its breaking point, testing what it might mean to be truly awake in a world that seems satisfied to be asleep.

Comments about drama «Wszystkie nieprzespane noce» (68)

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One of the most beautiful and impressive documentaries I have ever seen. The quality of the film is incredible and the footage is incredible. I would have liked to see more of the type of interviews they did with the people who were involved in the film and I thought the information they had about it was really interesting. I would have loved to see more interviews with the other people involved in the film, such as the lawyer, the writer and the filmmaker. It's incredible how well the film captures the people and the atmosphere. The most impressive aspect of the film was the way they managed to get all these people to agree to be in the film. It's like they had each other in their minds and the film was a reflection of that. The directors and the actors did a great job. The director of the film was also a very good director. I would have liked to see more of the interviews with the other people involved in the film. Overall, I would recommend this film to everyone and I would definitely go to see it again.

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John C.

I was first drawn to this film by the very presence of its writer and director, the late Agata Kulesza. At the end of her life, she received the Order of the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem, for her contribution to Polish cinema. I was not aware of her contributions to Polish cinema until I read about her in the reviews for the film. It was with this that I was moved to write a review for this film. The viewer will not be able to predict the message in this film. It is a very personal view of life and death that moves you. I don't agree with the views of many reviewers that the film was a "reaction" to what was happening in Poland in the 70s and 80s. I believe that it is in the viewers' hearts and minds that we can discern the reality. I am pleased that it has been shown in Poland and that the Polish people are beginning to see and hear what we are being told to see and hear. This film will have an effect on the Polish people that will not be known by most Westerners. I believe that this film will be released in North America by Afton - Foote and Brown in the near future. I can assure that there will be many Americans who will be moved by this film.

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If you don't have an interest in WWII, don't watch this film. It's more a statement about the Holocaust than it is a documentary on the Nazis. The film is well directed and beautifully made. It's well acted by the entire cast and the production design is masterful. The film is well worth seeing.

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This film is an excellent historical document of the Warsaw Uprising and the new Poland. It is a story about how a group of people can change the course of history and how their actions can change the lives of millions of people. It is an inspirational film with an unforgettable story. The movie is very well done. It has a slow pace, but it never drags. The acting is good, and the historical accuracy is so well done that it is hard to believe it is all fiction. It is a film for the viewers of all ages. If you have seen a documentary or any documentary, you will find it well worth watching. If you are not interested in the history of the Warsaw Uprising, you may still find the film to be worth watching. The film is based on real events. The director uses real footage to create a sense of reality. It has a slow pace but it never drags. This film is about a small group of people who took action against the government and their people. It is a powerful story that will touch you emotionally. This is a must see film. It will teach you about history and it will make you think. It is a story that should be seen by everyone. It will make you think.

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Philip Austin

This is not a movie. It's a reminder of how many lies and manipulation could be woven into a cultural issue of our time. The powers-that-be are not just engaging in some kind of cultural conquest but are killing humanity. The greatest danger is that if the public learns the truth they will decide to destroy the powerful to save themselves. I'm not surprised that it seems so easy to get the public to believe what the media is telling them. If there is one thing the Western world is capable of, it's as well as the Empire that now controls everything.

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This is a great documentary for people who have ever thought about the tragic events that happened in the end of the 20th century in Poland. I hope to see more documentaries about the period, and even more in the future. The film shows the disaster of the Pilsudski Accords, the mass starvation, the so-called "suicides" of the starving Polish people, the war in WW2, the destruction of Polish countryside, the destruction of Jewish communities, and many other details. If you have a Polish background, it is a must to see this documentary.

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Megan Kelly

This documentary is a must see. It shows the life of two brothers, Alex and Leo, who were separated at the age of six and not speaking. It shows the amount of support that they were given by their parents, the church, and the people they met. It shows their friendship, their love for each other, and the importance of friendship. It is a very moving documentary, and I would recommend it to anyone.

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I am so happy that you have been able to watch this film, without any commercials. The only thing you will get from this film is the message, of peace, and that it is all the responsibility of the individual to be responsible in their own mind. I am a fan of the human race, and I have been watching this film on the television for over 5 years. This film has touched my heart, and I hope it will touch your heart as well.

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I came across this movie while doing some reading on the history of Poland and how the Germans and the Russians used the English language to play a game of word association. I wanted to know more about this film. I have only read the other reviews on this website and this was one of the best movies I have ever seen. I am glad to say that I now own a copy on DVD. I am so grateful to the people who worked on this movie, not only the actors and the writers but the music and the cameraman. Thank you!

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Doris S.

I find this film amazing, the dialogue, the way the characters talked, and the way the director made the film was beautiful. Every scene was powerful and beautiful. The film is a "classic". I recommend it to anyone who likes to find the truth of their existence. The film is extremely emotional and will cause you to see things you didn't see before. It is so powerful and has been quoted on numerous occasions, that it is also known as the "Butterfly Effect" because the director has said that everyone can see the effect on their own life. I can recommend this film to anyone who has an interest in seeing how the human mind works and in doing so can create more connections with your own life.

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Maria Lynch

Thanks to the US Government for continuing to fund the War on Drugs which makes drug crime a public health issue that goes to the heart of the corruption of our government and a slap in the face of all Americans who love their country. When America, or any other country for that matter, can't do something, the US government, through the government itself, starts to do it. Drug cartels have infiltrated the government and they are doing their utmost to promote the drug trade. The drugs that the US government sells, and all the money that goes to it, is helping to promote this transnational crime that is destroying the US, Mexico, and much of the rest of the world. The CIA has taken the initiative in this global drug trade because it works on a secret basis. Drugs are something that the drug cartels want to control and there is no one that is against that. The only ones that believe that this drug trade is harmful are the poor people who are the victims of the drug trade and the people who are doing the drug trade themselves. The US Government cannot be trusted and its members cannot be trusted, and those who are part of the government and not part of the US Government should be arrested for high treason. The US government must not be trusted with the responsibility to make the decisions about how to enforce the laws. It should be someone that is part of the government that is responsible for making decisions that help the people. Those who want to do the drugs should not be in charge of the drug trade. Anyone who says that the US government should not be trusted with the responsibility to enforce the laws is a hypocrite. They should also be arrested for high treason. When people have nothing to lose, they get involved with the drug trade and they are more likely to do the drugs themselves. The government and the drug cartels do not want to be found out because they will be arrested and the people who they are trying to get money from will be arrested. The US Government has taken an excellent chance in profiting from the drug trade and all the money that goes to it. There are millions of dollars in drugs that they are selling. They are selling it to people who are not people. They have become slaves to a drug trade and they have no way to escape. The only thing that has saved the United States from losing this huge amount of money, or more than this, is the people who have been paying off the government in order to do this illegal activity. The people that are doing the illegal activity, the politicians, they have become their slaves. The only thing that the people of this country have, through the government, is their freedom. There is nothing else that can be done in this country. The only thing that the people have is freedom. If the US Government were to stop its drug policy, there

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A truly brilliant piece of work. It's probably the most beautiful film I've ever seen. Everything in this film is beautiful, from the landscapes, the soundtrack, the language and the dialogue, the themes and the people. If there was a description, it would be this. I cannot say anything about it, except to tell you to watch this film. It's about being a human being, and how it affects the human being, but also the way the human being can affect the world. It's about life and death, about the human being and about the world. It's about the meaning of life. The movie is a little bit slow, but it's very important. It's about the meaning of life and the meaning of death. It's about humanity, love and about art. It's about human suffering and about human freedom. It's about the human being and about how we can transform the world. The only problem I have with the film is that it doesn't really leave an impression, but it's great. It's a film that you must see. I recommend it to everybody, not just people who like a lot of cinema.

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Keith Brooks

A few weeks ago, I was in Poland, visiting some friends. I didn't know anything about the documentary, but I decided to watch it. It was one of the most important documentaries I have ever watched. I couldn't stop thinking about it for a long time. The film tells us the story of the rise and fall of communism in Poland, and how it affected all of its citizens. It is a story of a family, and how it was affected by the fall of communism. I can't imagine a better way to see it, but the movie has been shown in a few theaters in Poland. I recommend it to everyone. The story is great, the acting is great, the music is great, the editing is great, the direction is great, everything is great. It is a very important movie, and one of the best documentaries I've ever seen.

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Julie S.

Raul is a musician and an internet radio host, so you could assume that the film would follow the events of his life as it happened, rather than as they've actually occurred, but the narrative is rich and comprehensive enough to be at least as interesting as the actual events. Raul is something of a legend in Poland, but he seems to have been hiding his situation for quite a while. He's probably the most recognizable, which is a shame because I think his story is interesting and well told. Raul's friend is a musician and artist who is dying of cancer. Raul goes on tour with him to support his next album. Raul shares the stage with Polish rock legends. This is basically the story that is told in an unusual documentary format, with a wide range of extras from musicians, to people who used to live nearby and who knew Raul and his music, to Raul's parents, and Raul's mother, who told us that her son had a heart condition. Raul told us that he took in patients for a long time. He did this to support his friends, but he never turned down money from his fans. The problem with this was that he never felt like he was really helping anyone. He saw it as a way to make more money, but he never truly understood it until he became the success that he was. The most interesting aspect of this is that his friend passed away after the tour ended. Raul was not there. When we did see Raul in person at the concert, he was doing a bit of dancing, and we were told that Raul's wife did not go with him. It seemed to me that Raul felt very bad about his friend dying, and he did not talk much after this, but I have not been able to find out anything about his family or friends. He did not go to a funeral. I think he should have. He said he had nothing to say and that he wanted to stay a quiet man. This film is a really good tool for telling this story.

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I like the movie, but my sister who is a professional reviewer for some magazines agrees with me. Some things were not explained and some things that was meant to be mysterious were quite obvious. However, the movie does a good job in showing how an intelligent man can be humiliated for what he did for his country and for his family. The actors are great, the plot is not very simple, but is a good life lesson for all to watch. I enjoyed watching the movie and I will be watching it again and again.

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Willie Gray

This documentary examines the role of entertainment in politics. It is based on a book by journalist Peter Ludlow. It covers the relationship between the entertainment industry and politicians. There is a history of many politicians being "moved by their stars", either because they were in the entertainment industry or because they were surrounded by them. They say they love their stars but that they have no choice but to be them, but I think they have lots of choice. They have millions of dollars to play the stars for their ideals. They have their own ideology, but they use that ideology to justify what they do. It is very interesting to look at the same people but they are not so different. They are all corrupted by the power they hold. The way they use their power is very interesting. When they are looking at a specific issue they are all set to do something, whether it is opposition to the war in Iraq, or what they think is their mission. Their behaviour seems to be based on their sense of loyalty. Even when they are on the same side of the issue they are not prepared to do anything about it because they do not want to put their careers or their image at risk. Their business in this case is "pop music", but they can't seem to create a career for themselves. They seem to be very proud of what they do, but they have no time for themselves. They have one lot of time for themselves and that is to earn money. They do it all the time. I would say that many of the politicians are corrupt. They have a lot of money, and they use it to do the right thing. They have a good mind for politics and they are very proud of it. They do not seem to be much interested in their image, as they feel they have nothing to lose, they are rich, they are loved and they have a great amount of money. The film reveals their attitude towards people and how they will do anything to get it. I think that they are more careful about what they do because of the fame they have. When they do something bad, they have to show that it was a mistake, otherwise they do not have much choice. They do not care if they damage the image of themselves and other people. They do not care if they hurt the image of their music or of others. I would say that this movie shows how a politician does not care about being a good politician. They just want the money, that is all. Even when they get in trouble they do not care, as they get that money. They want the money and they know that they are going to be praised by their fans. They do not care about the problems they may cause. I think that the people involved in the film would not agree with me, but I am really sure that they would agree that they are corrupt. They use their power to do whatever they want to do and they never have any sense of responsibility about what they do. They say that they are not doing anything wrong. They do not care what they are doing. This movie is very interesting and very informative. It is worth seeing, I think.

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Gregory Reed

This is a very good documentary about the work of Leszek Miller. It is not a documentary about the Jewish people, but rather about a world of art and art history. It's the story of a painter that had a special relationship with the Polish people. The film explores how he's worked with the Polish people, and its relationship to Polish society, and to the world of art. He was a member of the Polish Academy, but also wanted to explore a different way of painting. This made him a highly respected painter, but also caused a lot of trouble. In particular, his relationship with the Polish government led to the persecution of his art. It's a very interesting story about a guy who made a lot of sacrifices in order to make a difference in his art, and also in society. I highly recommend it.

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It is difficult to define what this film is. Does it depict the tragedy of Communism, the horrors of Fascism, or the hope of Socialism? I do not think so. This film is a film about life and death, about love and hate. I think it is a masterpiece. I do not understand why some people have given this film a bad review. I do not know why a film like this, in my opinion, does not get as many awards as other films in the same category. This film is a masterpiece, and people who do not see this film must think again about life and death. This is a great film, I love it.

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As a Poland veteran, I think this is a very well done documentary. It really shows the situation, the suffering of the people, the people's hatred for Communism and how these two things intertwine. It shows the impact of the social control of Poland under Communism and how it destroyed the nation. As the story progresses, it gives a very vivid picture of the towns, the villages and even the countryside of Poland. The story is gripping and it is not boring, unlike some documentaries that are very slow moving or the real life documentaries. The acting is great and the narration is very well done. It gives a very clear view of the situation and the problems of the people in Poland under Communism. Very much recommended.

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Yeni Żabajewskiego, or "Walking with a Dream" (WZD) is a Polish independent Polish film from 2006 that is of great importance to the independent cinema. The film is about a widow, whose husband was murdered in the early 70s, and the injustice done to her by the local Polish authorities. It is the wife's non-profit organization which delivers aid to widows in need of medical care and to others who are abandoned or disfigured by the local government. She lives with her daughter and has a child who she is not able to care for. The film is very well done. The whole atmosphere of the village is beautifully captured. It gives a sense of loneliness, solitude, and hopelessness. The film is full of funny and moving moments, and it makes you realize that life is not always pleasant. The acting in the film is very good, and it is especially touching when the widow speaks. If you are looking for a film about the challenges faced by Polish widows, then WZD is a great film to watch.

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I went to see this movie a year ago and found it difficult to watch. I read the book and never saw the film but I still got the impression that it is different from the book. I can not believe that this movie is actually in Polish (except for the scene where the priest is supposed to be speaking Polish). The idea was great, but the movie did not have any real meaning. I was hoping that something will be added that makes sense of the story. No matter what the directors does, I think they can not capture a real story. I was even very confused and wondering what was the point of this movie. The scene in which Father Kleiner (played by Mariusz "Mariusz" Kosciak) is complaining about the things that happened in the past and complaining about the lack of faith in God, seems to be the main theme in the movie. I also found the performance of the actor that played the priest annoying. It was obvious that he was trying to find the right words and everything else in the movie. It is the first time I have ever seen a religious movie. The picture of God was very much boring for me, even though it was supposed to be a religious movie. In summary, this movie was pretty good but I am afraid that it is not worth seeing. I think the writers of the book should have chosen a better topic.

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I found this movie incredibly refreshing, incredibly sincere, and incredibly original. It's a unique, exciting, scary, and funny movie about "bad people". "Hero's Journey" would have made a great mini-series, but it was such a powerful and inspiring movie that I can't help but recommend it to everyone. It's unique, powerful, and, ultimately, refreshing. This movie is a true masterpiece, and is a must see.

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So when I first heard about this film I was excited to see it and couldn't wait to watch it. Since I was expecting to see a masterpiece in this kind of film I was hesitant to watch the movie. So I was not disappointed. The movie is really different from the norm. It is not a normal war film but rather a movie about Poland's struggle for independence. The movie is also about the Polish man's struggle to come to terms with the past. The movie has some humour but it is not necessarily comedic. It also has the feeling of a documentary. This movie is a documentary about the history of the war, but the documentary is also about the struggle of Poland for independence. The movie is not intended to be viewed in a historical context but rather in a way that explains the nature of Poland and Poland's history. It is a movie that the viewer can feel a bit closer to Poland and its people. This is a movie that can touch your heart. The film has a few spectacular scenes that I will mention in my review. I also liked the acting of my favourite actors and of course the story of the war. I also like the music in this movie. It is not a musical but more of a piano piece that I loved. The music is like a religious symbol for the movie and also gives us a feel of a historical documentary. This is a movie that I have to recommend to everyone. It is a movie that I cannot recommend to everyone. I just can recommend to everyone to watch this movie.

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Mary G.

This film is about the Poland in 1980s, although the government and public policy were not much different than today. My father was Polish, and he was arrested and deported to Poland for something. A year later, he was released, and then again deported. I don't know how, I'm not sure. After he was deported, my father took his family to America. All three of his sons were in the US. I know my mother, who is Polish, was deported as well, and also my dad. Now, this film is about a couple of their sons. They were very much in love, and worked hard to keep their marriage together. This film is a chronicle of their life. The father was very much in love with his wife. She was a TV-presenter and even taught English at the University. They were not exactly in love, but he was so interested in her, he used to talk about her, buy her things, and he wanted to have a life with her. He was in love with her. The first marriage was an unhappy one, but they were in love, so they had to make another. This film is based on the story of their lives. There is not much in it, but it is good. I would recommend this film. It is a good way to learn about the state of Polish society during 1980s, and especially during this period. My father got a lot of information on how the system operated, and about people who were more or less in charge. Also, I heard a lot about the fact that the society in America was very different from that in Poland. This film is about the best film I have ever seen about Poland, and Polish people.

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Ethan D.

this movie is amazing! i watched it on the radio and i got inspired. i love it! i hope they make a sequel to this movie, cause it's awesome. i have not had any negative experiences with this movie. it's a really powerful and good movie. i really recommend it.

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This movie is just a disgrace. The one and only point to make is that I, as a Polish-American, was involved in a type of intelligence and intelligence sharing that was considered immoral. The other point made by the film is to show that intelligence sharing between different countries is not so simple. Poland and the US never had a full-blown intelligence sharing agreement, but they were very much involved in a so-called "grey area" of intelligence sharing. I myself had the privilege to go to a Polish government meeting in 1983, and it was extremely interesting to see how they worked their systems and how it was understood. I knew that there were problems in intelligence sharing with the US but I had not yet seen the full extent of the problem. The degree of problem, as portrayed in this film, was horrifying. The government, I'm sure, did not know how to deal with the problem but I don't think the police or government would have stood by and let this film about Polish-American spying on each other stand. It's absolutely a disgrace, and it's a good thing that we have documentaries on current issues. This film tells us a lot, but the extent of the problems is not fully revealed. Also, it doesn't really tell us why things went wrong, so we don't get an idea about what was wrong. It's a shame that the film is about spying, but I think this movie should not be shown in schools.

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I am not Polish, and neither did the participants of the film I saw. This is the life of Poles who lived through the war. Although the Polish nation was ethnically divided between communists and the partisans, during the war the peasants were the main victims of the communist occupation. As the film unfolds, we get the historical facts, as the documentary record is kept by the Polish government. Of course, this film is a good film, but also a biased documentary.

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Jesse S.

I have watched every single day of this documentary and it has made me re-evaluate the way I look at life and life choices. The most refreshing aspect is that it does not take the side of those who are left behind and those who are not "left behind". It is possible to have a great life without being left behind. If we look at this documentary with a critical eye we find that there are no winners in the grand scheme of things. No one has a life that is worth living, or a life that they have created in their minds. The documentary will make you think about all of those who have chosen to ignore their own needs and desires, and have instead chosen to live their lives in a completely selfish fashion. This documentary will have you wanting to talk with your friends about this documentary, and perhaps even talk to them about it.

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I think that this film is very important to show how one feels inside a prison cell. Even though many people think that this film is about one person who is being held for a crime, it is not. It is about the loneliness of those who are trapped inside the walls of their own country. And how difficult it is to have a friend outside the prison walls. I feel that many prisoners in Poland have to live their lives outside the prison walls and those who have escaped do not. That is why I feel that this film is very important.

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Lori Patel

You are the best. I was so touched by the people who helped me. I could never imagine what it is to be sick or to be homeless. I was honored to be in the film. It was a journey of self discovery for me. I am so proud of the documentary. I love how the documentary reflects on the people in the neighborhood and how it affects the people who live there. The documentary was very well done. The graphics and the camera work are beautiful. The movie was so well made. It is a very emotional movie. The story of this man is so powerful. I am so glad to be a part of this. I have seen so many documentaries and this one is by far the best. I hope people will watch it and learn a lesson. The filmmakers have done an incredible job. I was honored to be a part of the film. Thank you. It was a very important movie to me. I hope people will see it.

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David C.

This is a powerful film. I had to watch it 3 times before I could fully absorb it. I thought it was very powerful and painful to watch. I don't believe in big business and big business is very corrupt, so this documentary is very important to understand that. Also, the way of life of the Jewish people was different from the rest of Europe and they were not allowed to sell, have many businesses, they could only be a craftsman or a carpenter. It was not easy for them to survive, but they survived and it was very important to be in the way they lived. This is what happened in Poland during the war and I think it is very important to understand. I don't know if this film is factual, but if it is, it is very powerful.

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He is responsible for one of the most moving and greatest films of Polish cinema. His career lasted more than 25 years and it was a difficult one. What's more, he didn't lose any momentum. He was only 31 years old when he died. The Polish filmmaker, with his trusty camera, knew the "what to show" and had a brilliant eye for detail. And it was the power of his talent that was enough to carry him through his last few years of life. For those who have seen his films, the combination of his "presentism" and the high level of his cinematography, which is characterized by a very sharp eye for detail and the ability to make perfect use of light, will be quite unforgettable. I was one of the viewers of 'Bezerkomie' for the first time. It is a superb movie, and I will be able to look at the film the way I have never looked at a film before. If you have seen any of his other films, you will not have any doubts about it. The best film of his career. Nowadays there are some great directors. And they are popular. But those who are responsible for the films they were known for are pretty few and far between.

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Janet W.

It is a film that is one of the best documentaries ever made. I have watched it many times. I even had to go back and re-watch it because the film just keeps getting better and better. The documentary focuses on the Polish-Jewish question. The film shows what happened during the Second World War and how people were affected. It also shows the response of the Polish government. The film shows how the Nazis exploited the Jews and how the Poles tried to protect them. The film also shows how the people in Poland became determined to help the Jews. This is a film that you should see because it shows the world what was going on in Poland during that time.

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The film chronicles the real life story of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising of 1944. It is the story of a small group of Jewish boys and girls who had been separated from their families and forced into the Warsaw Ghetto in Poland. They were kept in the ghetto and were forced to work on the factory in which they were working. They were often bullied and treated harshly by their fellow workers. The film has no hero or villain, instead it focuses on the character of the survivors, showing them as they came to realize that they were part of something bigger and that their lives were never going to be the same. The only way out for them was to start over and try to rebuild their lives and find a new life in a new country. The film is also a great testament to the Polish people as they went through a difficult time and it is an amazing testament to their people that they survived. The film is beautifully shot and has a wonderful music score. The film was a big success and became an international sensation. It was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize and a Golden Globe Award. I think the movie deserves all of these awards because it is an important and important film. The film is a great film because it shows the reality of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising and it shows the power of one people against a powerful empire and it shows that the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising was the first resistance to the Nazis. I give the film a 10 out of 10 and I hope you watch it. I think you will be inspired and you will learn something about history. I hope you watch this film.

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Jordan Beck

Nestor Mroczkowski was a Polish philosopher who was best known for his defense of the evils of Soviet Communism. His masterpiece is "Nestor Mroczkowski and the Falsification of History". It discusses the idea that history is merely fiction created to be taken literally. He believed that the main reason for the false way of thinking the Soviets had been going was because they believed the idea that they were the best, and that their interpretation of history was always correct. So they were a "devil-god". This film reviews the development of his ideas. At the very end of his life he was attacked by his own friends. He was attacked by people he thought were all his enemies. After this happened Mroczkowski spent a great deal of time trying to create a story. This film is about this. The movie is divided into seven sections. The first two are about his own ideas and how he came to believe that the Soviet Empire was the best. The first two sections are well worth seeing. They are a more in-depth exploration of the ideas, his development of them, and how he came to be so convinced that the Soviets were the best. As for the final sections, the most interesting is the final section. This is the part where he discusses how he was attacked by his own friends. His friends accused him of not being able to be a real man because of his ideas. He basically said to them, "You're all one big family. And I'm no more. So if you think I'm not a real man, what do you say about my ideas?" He goes on to say that those ideas were the source of his personality. It's fascinating to hear his arguments back to back with his own claims that his ideas are real. He was attacked and eventually he developed his ideas in such a way that he was able to form a family. In the final section of the film, he discusses how he became the guy he is. This is when the film is at its most interesting. It covers his evolution from the idea of an anti-Soviet/anti-Communist man to being the first Polish President of Poland and vice-president of the Soviet Union. It starts off with a discussion about a man who was the leader of the Communist Party of Poland. He was a prominent figure in the party, and he was an anti-Communist. After this discussion, he goes on to explain his theory about a "big brother" that he created to watch over all the Communist parties. At the end of the film he is actually admitting that he created his own idea of a big brother. All the people who were against communism then become victims, but his theory is that they are all victims of this big brother. This is the part that is really the strongest point of the film. It goes into how he was attacked by people he thought were all his enemies. He attacks them personally and by arguing against the idea that a big brother should watch over all the Communist parties. He goes on to explain that this was a change from his earlier views of an anti-Communist leader. He ends the film with a final point that the people who attacked him and persecuted him are themselves victims of this big brother. He also goes on to say that the big brother is simply a kind of convenience. It doesn't make any difference what happens to him. The whole thing is explained in such a way that it is interesting and compelling. The movie is a good introduction to his ideas. It's also interesting to see how he came to develop them. It is also a good insight into the life of a famous Polish philosopher. Some of the people in the film are quite interesting. The actor who plays Mroczkowski is impressive, and some of the other actors are good. The movie is well-made and well-edited, with good sound, including music, and a nice set of shots. Overall, this is a good film. It's well-made, well-edited, and good to watch. It has an interesting and good-natured story. It has some of the good things that I've come to expect from a Polish film. I recommend it.

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Hannah Johnson

This is one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. I believe that the makers did their research and watched the true story of the Shoah. They were very successful in bringing the Holocaust to life in a compelling way. The events are so detailed and all the details are well organized. The end result is a very compelling movie. The movie was so effective that I can't believe it's rated "PG" by the MPAA. This is truly a masterpiece. I'm very glad that this movie has been released and it deserves to be seen. It's amazing what a great movie can accomplish. A movie like this is a great testament to the power of art.

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Kimberly Hayes

There is a lot to talk about in this film. You could watch this film over and over again, and it never gets old. The film is about a group of people that have no money, no choice but to get drunk, and sell sex. The film follows them, and they tell their stories. The film also takes a look at the Polish underground sex industry, and how they have survived for so many years. The film is very interesting, and I would recommend watching it. There is a lot of great information in the film, and I highly recommend it.

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It is a truly amazing film. This film is so powerful and so honest and it is a MUST SEE for every Polish-American. Every word in this film is important, it gives a sense of what life was like for the Polish-Americans in America, and it shows how important the movie is and that you can still find Poles and Polish-Americans that you've never met before in America. I am sure that the film will give people a great appreciation for Polish-Americans and they will know that they have a part of American history that they did not know about. It is a very powerful film and I can't wait for the DVD release. It is one of the most important films I have seen. It is a true story and it is about an amazing man that will be missed by the Polish-American community in America. It is a great movie and I recommend everyone to see it.

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The documentary is a visual testament to the fact that suffering of all kinds has to be accepted. The documentary has a few weak points, and although the actual incidents of the act are often very well documented, the documentary suffers from being edited with cliches. One example is the introduction of the opening segment, which is way too long. However, there are some really great quotes from victims, especially from the younger children. This is an important movie, and if you like people to speak out, be sure to watch it. It's a shame that documentaries like this one aren't shown in schools. I have never met anyone who would have liked this movie and I still find it hard to believe that so many people would dislike this documentary. It is a powerful testament to how people can change after suffering.

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Diana Young

A must see documentary of Poland in 1970, from an independent and brave documentary-making spirit. The author, Sami Kurdek, who lived through the period, shows a great sense of humor and sympathy. If you know more about the subject, do not miss it.

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Though you can't tell from the above I found this movie quite compelling, at times, it was a bit slow but overall well made. A lone man comes together with a group of women to help a little country boy from the slums of Poland. This man (not that great of a name) is basically a travelling freak show, he goes with his companions (two men and two women) to other countries and asks for their advice. I've read and heard a few stories about him and I wasn't expecting much but, I was surprised by how much I liked it. It is based on a true story but it's a personal story about a group of women who all became friends at some point during the journey. I loved the fact that they used some of the locations that the main characters visited and there was quite a bit of nostalgia to the people and places that the group visited. It was a bit like visiting a family member in their old town and seeing it the way it was 50 years ago. The main thing that kept me watching was the chemistry between the main character and the women, I can't say that they are in the same league, but I found them to be very likable. Overall, I found this a very enjoyable movie and I don't think it's to be missed.

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If you're looking for an incredible piece of work that can make you think and maybe have a change of heart about yourself, you should watch this movie. Yes, you heard me right: I mean: If you watched this movie and you changed your life, would you take a moment to watch this one? You would definitely. I cannot even think of anything negative that could be said about this movie, except for the fact that it was boring at times. That's about it. So, if you have a little time, you should give it a try. I loved it. I have a soft spot for documentaries, because they are usually about something that you could never imagine. I have a few favorites, but this one definitely made the list. It was simply a must-see for anyone who is interested in seeing a documentary about the world of psychedelics. It is definitely an incredible and inspiring movie that can change your life and make you a better person.

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Christina Henry

I have lived in Poland for about twenty years now, and it was a privilege to see this film on TV. I didn't feel I was in Poland at all, just sitting on a TV screen. This film will not appeal to everyone, but if you want to see what a big city feels like in comparison to a country, and the stark contrast in people, culture, and economics, this film is for you. This film might have been an epic for movie-goers who have not been living in a big city. My only complaint is that the author could have made a better film with this subject. The author could have used the point of view of a Western man, or even a Western woman, to show us more than the blank stares of the people in front of us. I do not know what the author's motivation was, but it might have been to make the point that it is better to live in Poland than in New York or Los Angeles. In addition, the author was wrong to not put some picture in the film. The reality of this city is the reality of any big city in Europe. This is not the situation of a group of people that are stupid or people who don't understand why they are in a big city. It is not a product of any individual's choice. It is the situation of a society. If you don't like Poland, then it would be easier to live in some other big city. But you can't say the same for Europe.

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I saw it last night. Was I surprised. I was asked to view this film because of its thought provoking subject matter. I liked the film because it looked at the poor aspects of life as an outsider. This film has been controversial because many critics have considered it too dark and disturbing. However I didn't find it so disturbing. The film shows how people often lack the life skills to deal with the world and instead resort to violence and destruction. If the government would have passed a law in the future that allowed people to bring their pets to the local vets for vaccinations, then maybe this would never have happened. But unfortunately it doesn't seem that way. But I don't want to criticize this film. I think it was great and would recommend it to anyone who wants to have a positive outlook on the world.

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A really interesting look at life of many peoples in Polish-Lithuanian borderlands and even Europe during times of War. They have a lot of things in common - a common history, a common language, and a common life. It is clear that they are very different, yet they do not want to be separated from each other. When we are talking about peoples, we need to be clear and recognize that they are all different, but they all try to be one and they try to get along. I recommend it to everyone who loves history.

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I've been trying to follow the activities of the makers of Solaris for some time. I finally got around to seeing the DVD last year. And I have to say I was pleasantly surprised. I was not expecting an as detailed a film as that would be. It really opened my eyes to a process that really had a huge impact on the history of humanity and even the whole solar system. All of the above was combined with what was supposed to be a really dramatic and unsettling conclusion. I think it might have been the director's intention to get my attention, and I'm glad that I got it. The film itself is also about how we need to start thinking about how we treat others. When it comes to events like this in our lives, I think it's important to remember that we are all human. It's just a movie, and there is nothing new in it. All I can say is that it's a very powerful film. I would recommend it to anyone that wants to learn about the implications of our actions.

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Brenda N.

When the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising began in November 1944, the Red Army was in the process of eliminating Jews in the entirety of Poland, the country of the dead, and the world. The Nazis were ruthless and inexorably driven by the need to fill the gulags with as many Jews as possible, and they created the infamous concentration camps to house them. The Red Army was able to free millions of Polish Jews from the Nazis by sending them from the front to the camps. It was a horrible experience for all those involved, and it helped open the eyes of many Poles, who later helped liberate Europe. A documentary from BBC, on the condition of the Jews in the Warsaw Ghetto and the Poles who liberated them, is incredible. The horrors of these two events are brought out clearly by the humanity of the Poles and the "guilty" of the ghettos. Many Poles who were imprisoned are shown very clearly to be in shock and suffering, and the film reminds them of their own history. This film is a must see for all people of all nations.

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Justin L.

This film is simply a film about love. There is no other word to describe the impact that this film had on me. I have never been as moved by a film. The documentary touches my heart as it was intended to. I have never felt so emotionally charged and motivated to help my family and friends. This film is an eye-opener to all of us that we are in fact the center of our world. I found the struggle of my family to the be the greatest part of the film. When you think about it, you will realize that we have forgotten this. We all have a choice in our lives to live life and let our dreams live, or to forget them and let them go. Life can be a journey to let go and let go of everything. I feel that I have learned more from this film than I ever thought possible. It is a beautiful film and I cannot believe that I will ever forget it. Thank you to all the people who made this film and all who participated in making it. May God bless all of us.

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An undeniable masterpiece, I would give it a 10. The documentary is a must-see for any Polish film fan. With the very sensitive and perfect cinematography, there is a special feeling in watching this film. This is the first of many. Another is the review written by the journalist for the so-called Polish daily "Hagopadnie", also 10/10. And of course, the good work of the experts. Because, it seems, that the film is not to be seen in the normal sense, and you should be aware of that.

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Larry Larson

For the past few years, I've been living in Berlin. I can't say how many times I've been to watch an art exhibition or to view a free film festival. During my trips, I've often come across films, written or screenplays, by Poles and non-Polish artists. Many of them were good, but most were very good. And in most cases, the films were not made by Polish but by non-Polish. I'm very happy to see that this year, I have seen a Polish film. In a nutshell, it was remarkable. This film is called 'Little Princess'. The script was written by the first Polish author to be published in English (and the first Polish writer to be translated to English). The director is the first Polish director to have won an Oscar. As a Polish, I found this film very heartwarming. In the past few years, a great number of talented non-Polish directors have been signed to the big Hollywood studios, including Steven Spielberg, Ridley Scott, Peter Jackson, Michael Bay, Guillermo del Toro and Joe Wright. Although I think it's unfair to compare all of them, I do have to admit that all of them have made extremely good films. But Little Princess is perhaps the most remarkable film I've seen from a Polish director. It's the story of a girl who lives in the West of Poland. She was born in Germany and lived in the West of Poland as a child. She was taught English, and is now a writer. She's writing about her childhood. The film is highly recommended. It will really make you cry, but I hope you won't be too surprised. I would highly recommend the film to anyone, even if you are not a Polish. I've watched this film again and again, and it's absolutely unforgettable. A perfect 10/10.

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I read this book, and every time I think about it, I wish it could happen again. The book was great, and it was very moving. I wish the film would be as great. I cannot imagine a world in which that horrible thing would happen. But it could, and has. I can't believe that the Government would allow a filmmaker to make a film about that. How could they allow that? How could they not know that the film would be shown? I was at the premiere in 2006 in Chicago. It was emotional and I felt like I was there. When it was over I was speechless. How can this happen? It was sickening. I could not believe that the director of this film, Chris Weitz, was allowed to be in the premiere. He has no place in the world of this film. He is not a filmmaker, he is a professional. But there is no way I could imagine this guy in a position to tell his story. To make this happen. It is so sickening. It is the greatest evil that can happen to any human being. And it is the greatest evil that could happen. I don't think I will ever look at a computer screen the same way again. I was terrified. The scenes were so real. I was so horrified. I can't even think about how I would feel if that was me. It is so hard to tell the story, the pain, the horror. I feel so sorry for the people that have to endure it. They have no power. The greatest horror is to be with them, to be the one to watch them suffer. I will never forget the day I went to see it, but I will never forget the book. It has stayed with me. I can never tell what I would do if I could go back and tell the story. This movie could be so great. But they cannot do it. They must say "I'm sorry, I could not be in it."

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Jordan Hill

This is one of my favorite movies, I enjoyed it so much. It has so much artistry in it that I don't understand why they never gave it an Oscar. The film was about a girl who was raised in a monastery, but when she's 18 she goes to college, and when she's in her early 20's she's moved to a house, and is getting involved with other people, and what a beautiful girl she is, she is such an amazing singer, she has an incredible voice, she has great taste in music, she makes all kinds of music, her music is quite beautiful. I don't know how to say it, it was a masterpiece, I can't believe that the film is not really recognized by the Academy, or why no one has seen it, and why I would like to see it again. Anyway, this is a great film, I recommend it, I think it's a masterpiece.

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James A.

Dovizioso's made a difference with his previous feature, A Beautiful Mind. However, his latest film has much more in common with his previous work, rather than just having an angle on the events. His camera-work is just as sharp and at times more than he had previously. It's not a sci-fi epic, like Alien, or a feminist action movie like Braveheart. It's not a war epic like Apocalypse Now or The Bridge on the River Kwai. It's a light and colorful look at a family relationship between two intellectuals in the Ukraine. Dovizioso is a bit more experimental in this film, and is not content with a simple and linear story telling. The only reason I watched this movie is the art direction. This film reminded me of Film Noir, and made me think of scenes from Alfred Hitchcock. Great film. 8/10

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Robert B.

Polish cinema is a treasure of extraordinary cinematography and dramatic scenes. In this documentary film, I have discovered that Polish cinema has many different kinds of films that are similar. The main idea of the film is that each film has its own different meaning. They are all based on a common theme. The story is about the conflict between communism and freedom of the press. In this conflict, a man named Jaroslaw Kuklowski is a great figure of the struggle between communism and freedom of the press. The name "Jaroslaw Kuklowski" is given by the Polish people because he is one of the Polish heroes who fought against the communist regime. The film shows the last moments of Jaroslaw Kuklowski and his struggle against communism. It also shows the need of freedom of the press and the freedom of the press to inform the public about things that they do not know. This film tells us that we do not have to die for the freedom of the press, we can live and fight for it. It is a fantastic documentary that gives us the real history of Jaroslaw Kuklowski and his struggle against communism.

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Louis Rivera

As a Polish filmmaker, i am deeply grateful for this film. The cinematography and the editing were really great. The film was well shot, the actors really acted. I think it's a great film to get a fresh view on life, on the human spirit. I feel very sad for the young men that spent the night in jail. I feel really bad for them. I don't think that the system is fair, and there is a big injustice here. But there are also good things, there is freedom for everyone, and people can live in peace, just like they did before. This is what we are asking for, and what is just. Thanks a lot to this movie, and to the actors. And thanks to the Polish government for making this film and allowing to see it. Thank you.

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Peter J.

The Beloved is a wonderful and moving story about a man who is broken and damaged, but who is also able to make the most of his life, even though he is not completely happy with his life. The movie is able to convey how it is to be a broken man, and how difficult it is to deal with that. The narrator, Sam, was really able to convey this through the story, and it is easy to relate to this film. The story is very unique, and I was surprised at how the camera was able to keep us from getting bored. The story is able to show the drama and the pain of losing someone you love. The camera movement also was amazing, it was just amazing to watch. The cinematography was amazing, and made the movie even more beautiful. I think this is a really great film. The acting was also amazing. There is a really great story to be told here, and it was able to capture this. The acting was great, and they did an amazing job. The two main characters, Sam and Anna, were really believable, and really acted really well. The only reason I didn't give it 10/10, is because I wanted to give it more, but I think they did a pretty good job. I also think it could have been a little bit longer, but I am okay with that. This is a really good movie, and I recommend it to everyone.

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I was interested in seeing this film for years, but could never find it at my local library. I was thrilled to find it on Netflix and the soundtrack was excellent. I really enjoyed the documentary and the "death of art" message. I was not familiar with Theodor Adorno and was amazed to see his insights. The documentary was fascinating and seemed to be telling the story in a way that was more realistic than you would find in the "art for art's sake" crowd. I have never been so moved by a documentary about a person, but I can only hope that I never feel this way about anything again.

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Megan K.

I have never written a comment for a movie before but I felt that this film needed one. The world needs to see this movie to take the blame off of the USA for the deaths that are being done in their name. I'm not a leftist but I am an American. I was raised in the 80's and I grew up in the US. I am still a US citizen and I remember the USA being the greatest country in the world. We were the only country that had the opportunity to go to the moon and we won. I feel we should not be judged by the death of these innocent people. America is the greatest country in the world and I feel we should be able to say that!

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Randy W.

After watching this film, I found myself asking a lot of questions about myself, and my friends, and their friends, and what it means to be human. My life is a complicated and conflicted mess, but I have found it through this film that I can find some peace. This film is not perfect, but it is a very good film. I have seen this film twice, and I plan on seeing it a third time, and a fourth time, and a fifth time, and a sixth time. I hope this film is able to open my eyes and open the hearts of people around the world, and inspire them to change the world for the better. This film is a must see.

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Jacob Bailey

It was a good movie, but there was a lot of unnecessary scenes. One scene where a drunk guy was in a hospital, and the nurse told him to come out, and then he did, and then another scene where he was in a hospital and the nurse told him to go to the bathroom, and then he did. That was the most unnecessary scene. If you don't mind watching some scenes that are pointless, then this movie is for you.

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Jack Bennett

Fascinating, fascinating. Over the past few years, one of the world's largest conglomerates, American Express, has expanded into Canada and has launched a corporate/consumer credit card program called 'Discover' which is specifically targeted to those who are in "early retirement." This film is the reason I picked up the book, "Lifetime of Debt: Surviving the U.S. Financial Crisis of 2008" (to which I had never read before). There is one specific section in the book that's called "The One Percent: The Rise of America's Most Powerful Interest Groups." In this section, we are treated to interviews with the head of the AFL-CIO, the head of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, the CEO of the Royal Bank of Scotland, the head of the World Bank, etc. Each of these individuals provide a detailed history of their organization's impact on the American economy. For example, the chief executive of the Royal Bank of Scotland talks about how he had to turn to mortgage originators when he first started out, but was able to take advantage of the higher interest rates. The head of the World Bank says that he had to enter the oil business to help pay for the current wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and that he did it to lower the country's cost of energy. On the surface, the stories sounded like they could only exist in a documentary. However, the information contained within the segments is so profound and the insight that is offered into the actual culture of American life is so nuanced and deep that the film transcends its own limitations. The story of the American Dream is portrayed in a very realistic and brilliant way. American Express, the largest bank in the world, now claims to be one of the top five largest corporations in the world. The number of American Express cards that have been issued is the equivalent of a quarter of the population of the United States. How did they do it? When the banks crashed, they were in a financial crisis. In a very real way, this film shows how Americans had to be in a state of constant uncertainty, and were extremely sensitive to financial stress. The many individuals that we see interviewed are not just merely actors, but are real people whose lives were affected by the economy. As a group, they see the same problems. The people interviewed are mostly on their own, and are honest in their observations. The producers did an excellent job in locating the interviewees and making sure that they were selected and able to share their stories. The film goes beyond what the viewer is expecting, and gives an interesting insight into the real effects that this downturn has had on individual lives. It is a powerful and powerful film that should not be missed. It should be required viewing for all Americans.

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Charles Carroll

This is a truly great film. First, the music. In the film itself, you can hear the most beautiful music. It's very rich and romantic. But it's also very solemn. It's like you're watching a dream and you don't understand what it's all about, you just know that you're watching a dream. And you can hear that you're in a dream, because of the music, of course, but also because of the feelings. You know that it's a very rich and romantic love story, and you're never sure if it's real or not, that it's just a dream. And then you can hear that the music is really beautiful, you can hear that it's actually the music of the soul. I saw the film in cinemas in Belgium, and I can honestly say that I enjoyed it very much. I liked it so much that I've watched it on DVD, and I can honestly say that it's one of the best films I've ever seen. The cast and the film itself is really good, and I have to say that it's a great film, and the director is very, very good. So that's the best thing I have to say about this film.

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Philip Simmons

I just came back from this film and I was amazed. The subjects of this film are not new - the problem with the Polish Communist regime was that it had many "unknown people" in power, but this film shows how people used to be treated during the 1960s and 70s and how they were treated during the Polish Wars (the Tatar problem, the Albanians, and the fate of the Jews). Most of all, it shows how the Poles - once the most powerful of the Polish nation - are forced to live with the Polish past in the 60s and 70s, and how their victory in WWII could not possibly be possible without the last part of Poland's history. I think the reason for Polish film people not seeing this film is the limited budget. The story is told through the eyes of the director and the actors. Although it has a lot of music, it's not a war film. It's not about war, but about the Polish nation, and the people, their problems and their successes. It shows how the people have to keep working hard and go on living in the 60s and 70s. I hope to see a sequel. I recommend this film to all people who are interested in their history. And I recommend this film to anyone who wants to know more about Poland.

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Based on a documentary I saw in Prague in the 1980's, this movie does a great job of telling the story of that time. It tells the story of a group of ordinary Poles who were part of the soviets (Soviet armed forces), and also the trials that came after the collapse of the Soviet Union. These trials, the film says, are just the tip of the iceberg of what went on. And they go on and on and on. It's a very interesting movie. It's really hard to believe that this didn't get wide distribution in the U.S., or the U.K., for that matter. The only problem is that some of the people involved are not very sympathetic to the story, or their stories are hard to accept. It doesn't really matter, though, because this movie tells a great story. It's an incredible, gripping film.

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Robert Mapplethorpe is an independent filmmaker, who, at an early age, discovered that there were many ways of making movies. He focused his film-making on fiction, and on local, not-for-profit productions that benefited the community. I can't quite put my finger on the word for this style, but it's something to be enjoyed and honored. Some things I learned: 1. When you make a documentary, do it as a way to make a difference. No, don't just say "here's the story". Find the people, the places, the reason for being in the film, and if possible, include some information about the filmmakers as well. 2. It's not enough to have a lot of good actors and actresses. Everyone's time is valuable and valuable for no one. There are, however, some who are "special". I know, I have one in mind. 3. Take care of the camera. Use it as a source of truth. Then it will be great, but also when you need to show us something as to why the filming is happening. 4. That's all. Enjoy your craft. And, if it's successful, you can also find a way to do something about it.

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The legendary Eric Szmantel's The Truth About Pluto is a breathtaking documentary about Pluto, its Moon, and its complex orbit around the Sun. Eric and his crew spent years looking at and analyzing images, drawings, models, and pieces of real scientific equipment. They took time off work and refused to give up their hard-earned vacation time. The end result is an insightful portrait of an object whose habitability has been much debated, and an extensive series of observations with varying results. There is no doubt that Pluto is one of the most interesting objects in our solar system. While all other objects in our solar system are easily discovered using modern astronomical instruments, Pluto is one of the best known to the general public. This documentary features some stunning visuals, such as the stunningly dark and moon-like surface of Pluto. The story of Pluto is one of curiosity, and the story of the people who created it and the people who study it. The crew used a combination of visual observation, analysis, and theoretical modeling to reveal the strange and fascinating nature of Pluto. There is no question that Pluto is a fascinating object, but it is also quite mysterious. However, I feel that the film does not do the public a great disservice by minimizing Pluto's unique nature.

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Frances Fowler

A very challenging and adventurous film. If you don't want to be involved with the violence you can cut it out, if you want to see the power and story behind the public's obsession with circumcision this film is definitely for you. It definitely is not for the squeamish or those who would prefer to have their entertainment choices limited to drugstore movies.

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Philip Bishop

This is an excellent film about the moment in history when the working class of Poland had their wages reduced to the lowest possible level and we see how it affected the women of that time. Although it was edited by one of the pro-Communist Makhnovites, it still remains an interesting documentary. The film is shown through a series of flashbacks, which tells of the families of women whose wages were reduced and also their fights for the dignity and freedom to use their bodies as they saw fit, sometimes even in bed. What is most interesting about the film is that it shows how the Soviet Union was creating a society based on gender oppression. They had reduced the wage levels for women to what was considered necessary, and even showed how men were not even allowed to travel abroad. These social changes led to a loss of all kinds of social and economic privileges for the Polish women, who did not really have any future. One of the most interesting and moving aspects of the film is the emotional battle of the woman who fought to gain her freedom. It is a difficult, yet triumphant struggle that has had the blessing of many great actors. This is the story of a woman who was desperately fighting for her rights, and when she is taken from the woman's home and is taken to work for the Red Army, it is incredibly moving. This is an excellent film for people who want to know more about what happened during those times in history and who wish to learn more about the women that were affected by the Soviet Union. The Red Army saved Polish women from all kinds of terrible living conditions and beatings. I really recommend it.