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Bending the Arc

Bending the Arc is a movie starring Paul Farmer, Ophelia Dahl, and Jim Yong Kim. The extraordinary doctors and activists whose work 30 years ago to save lives in a rural Haitian village grew into a global battle in the halls of...

Running Time
1 hours 42 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Pedro Kos, Kief Davidson
Cori Shepherd Stern
Jaime Bayona, Ophelia Dahl, Paul Farmer, Jim Yong Kim
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

The epic story of the global health movement is seen through the intimate narrative of Dr. Paul Farmer, Dr. Jim Yong Kim, and other courageous doctors and patients who led the fight, against seemingly insurmountable obstacles, to bring medical care to the poorest people and most neglected regions around the world.

Comments about documentary «Bending the Arc» (87)

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Although the video is at least 30 years old, I believe it is still very relevant today. Unfortunately, the film is usually shown on late-night television. This makes it difficult to find. It is well worth a watch. The film examines the role of the Church as a primary way of responding to the crisis of the 1980s. The film examines the causes and consequences of the crisis. The questions that this film raises are valid and are being asked. A good example of this is the investigation of the 1994 Joplin, Missouri tragedy. This investigation found that the fire department was making poor decisions at that time, and the fires that occurred at Joplin were attributed to the city's lax fire codes. The film questions whether that investigation could have been done in a different way. It also examines the activities of the Evangelical churches, the leaders who have been in charge of the Church during the crisis. The film also examines the actions of the political leaders, the Church leaders who have been in charge of the Church during the crisis. These groups are generally on the conservative side, and their positions on the Church crisis seem to be in conflict with the conservative Christian ideals and beliefs of the Church. The film is also looking at the actions of the Catholic Church. The Church is being investigated by the Vatican for its role in the crisis. The Vatican's involvement in the Joplin case is not unique. Catholic leaders have been involved in many of the cases that have been investigated. For example, the bishops of the Catholic Church are accused of cover-up during the Crisis of the 1970s. The Church also played a major role in covering up the connection between the Contras in Nicaragua and the CIA. The Church is at times accused of being a political institution that is in denial about the Church's role in the crisis. It is generally believed that the Church has sided with the "right" side. The Church has been accused of being an institution that is not open to questioning and has a closed-minded approach. The Church has also been accused of being a political institution that is out of touch with ordinary people. Some members of the Church have been blamed for their poor performance in the crisis. These criticisms are valid. However, some of the Church's critics do not seem to have looked at the problems that they are complaining about. The Church is also being accused of being in denial about the crisis. Some Church leaders are blamed for failing to understand the crisis. The Church has also been accused of being in denial about the crisis. Many people in the Church are not being honest about their positions. These critics do not seem to understand the Church's political

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This documentary about the life of convicted murderer John Paul Gacy is absolutely fascinating and very well done. We are treated to a fascinating story of a man who was locked up in a mental institution for 16 years for crimes he did not commit. His story was brought to light when he was put on death row. There are many things to admire about this documentary. One of the things I admire most is that it has the courage to tell the story of a person who is serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole. This documentary actually does a great job at letting us know that this man has a lot of positive attributes, but he is still a monster. It also makes clear that the person who was put on death row did not do the crimes in question, but was an accomplice. Gacy had a very poor and uneducated upbringing. He was not mentally ill, but he has a very poor upbringing. We see in the documentary how he is basically a cold-hearted monster. This documentary also points out that the media has a lot to answer for. Most of the public has a hard time believing that a man who is known for the most gruesome murders could possibly have a decent family life. This documentary is very well done and it was a pleasure to see how this story was brought to light.

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I agree that this documentary was a little slow, but it's still very well done. The film itself is a lot more cinematic than the book. The book had some very powerful scenes and many thought provoking questions, but this film has many more features. It's well acted and with a very accurate depiction of the abuses in Catholic prison systems. You really feel for the prisoners and you can almost feel their pain. I do believe this is a very important film. I've seen it twice and I still feel that the film is very good. It really gets you thinking about the Catholic Church and it's abuse scandals. I definitely recommend this film to anyone who has ever been in a Catholic institution. I think everyone should see it at least once. I gave this film an 8/10.

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Daniel Montgomery

If there is one film to show the importance of the World Trade Center tragedy it is this documentary. And it's not just the story of the WTC victims. It's also the story of how this film was made. It's the story of the film-makers and how they've gone about making it. And it's the story of the people who were able to help. And it's also the story of how some people have fought hard to save it from what it will be. And it's the story of how things can go from good to bad quickly. But if you don't know anything about the events of 9/11, then this documentary will be a little bit difficult to understand. But if you know how this documentary was made, then this documentary will be a real eye opener. And it will be a very important film to watch.

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Dorothy Brown

When I heard about this film, I didn't expect to watch it, but I found myself going to the theater and paying to watch it. It is a really good documentary. The director focused on one specific topic, a few problems in the schools in USA. It shows what really happened in schools and how these problems can affect kids and their parents. We could really relate to the issues presented, because most of us have had the same problem. If you are interested in education or if you want to see how a problem in schools affects kids, I would recommend this documentary. I would not recommend it for younger children, because there are a lot of scary scenes. And, I did not want to say anything bad about the director. I really like this director and the director gave us a very interesting story, which is made by not to be boring. I think that this is a great documentary. This documentary is better than most, because I think that this is really an interesting documentary. So, if you are interested in education or if you want to see how a problem in schools affects kids, I would recommend it.

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Michelle Hamilton

The movie concentrates on two areas - the discussion about war and the question about the wars' damage to the planet. Some points are presented in more detail, others in brief strokes. The main topic is the war in Iraq, and about a dozen different countries participate in it. The first part is a little too long and somewhat boring. After the first half, it became a little bit too long and the second half is a little bit boring. It is a shame that the movie is only an hour and a half long. The second part is much better. It is mostly informative, interesting and well organized. The interviews are very well done, and the point is always well presented. The direction is excellent. It is good to see an interview with the journalist Peter Maas who wrote the book "Afghanistan: Hell on Earth", and the interview is also well done. The last part is excellent. It is also very well organized and good to see the perspective of people from different countries and countries in between. It is a pity that there is no discussion about the war in Iraq and about other countries' participation in the war. It is a shame that the movie is only an hour and a half long, because it would be much more useful if it was longer.

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As a historian and a military historian I found this film quite informative. It brought to light the fact that the great majority of the military men in the American Revolution were not from the regular enlisted ranks but from the Indian reservation or militia (i.e. Esquimaux), who were often treated like prisoners of war. The British soldiers were not in the habit of taking prisoners, in fact they preferred to drive them off. This was due to a few very serious reasons such as: having a preference for Indian slaves as well as a high rate of alcoholism. I thought the film showed that it was a highly controversial topic, but it did make me wonder if perhaps it was due to the fact that most people do not know about the tribal relationship with the British, particularly the fact that the Native Americans were not allowed to join the British army until after the War of Independence. If this is the case then perhaps this is why the British had an such hard time keeping the Indian slaves. That being said, I think the documentary will appeal to a larger audience, especially those who have been studying the American Civil War. It is not a scholarly work but it is educational and it is interesting to see the people that were involved and the issues they faced. I give this film an 8/10.

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Craig S.

I found the documentary to be very interesting. I particularly liked the interviews with the college professors. The footage was both informative and compelling. One thing I really didn't like was that the professor with whom I was debating would interrupt the teacher and say something like, "Well, that's a bit too mean. How do you want your students to see you?" This made me really uncomfortable, and I really wanted to get the professor's side. I think the reason it was edited the way it was was because there was a lot of new information to add to the discussion. I think they could have been a little bit more thorough in the filming, though. Overall, I recommend the documentary.

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This is an amazing documentary about the activities of the Waco siege. It shows that the leaders of the community were trying to do the right thing. The overwhelming majority of the Waco group did not consider themselves "good" or "evil" just for the sake of being part of a community. They had a conscience and were willing to do the right thing no matter what the cost. The majority of the Waco people were actually good and nice people. This is a must see for any true Waco fanatic.

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Nicholas Green

The babbling bumbling captain of the SCORPION that took me by surprise. The film is about the world's worst super computer - or something like that - which is being developed by a tech company. I do not understand why they want to develop a super computer when they already have a super computer. It seems that this super computer is doing everything from using huge amounts of energy to playing "helicopter rides" on the planet earth. The people who are making the super computer are idiots, the people who build the super computer are morons, the people who decide what the super computer will do are morons, and the people who fund the super computer are morons. It's just a really bad movie. I did not think that I would hate it. This is not a story, this is not a documentary, this is just some really bad computer nerd explaining how to make a super computer.

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Juan O.

The majority of people who have seen this film seem to be drawn to it for its sartorial approach. This is not true, for the content of the film is far more disturbing than the pictures on display. The director has chosen the well-worn narrative path of how war begins and ends. It was inevitable that some people would conclude that this would be a film on how things were going to turn out for the American soldiers. This is simply not the case. This is an exploration of the psychology of a group of people whose mindset is directly challenged. They cannot cope with the loss of someone they love and need to stay in contact with. They need to communicate. They need to live. They need to be normal. This film is a must for any student of war, and is a must for anyone who has ever been or plans to be a war correspondent. There are some definite themes, which some people will be brought to by this film. I for one felt that it was a bit dull and unmemorable, and the ending felt like an ending, rather than a beginning. But it did show how two people can be in love and be torn apart, and how they are more likely to fall in love and survive in a war than someone who is not in love. It shows that you need to be with someone who can feel the loss of someone you love, and the way to express that love is through poetry and images. This film is a must for any student of war, and is a must for anyone who is a lover of art.

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Ann W.

In the first 20 minutes of the film you may feel a bit of resistance. It's hard to be a critic and not enjoy a film with the same standard as the viewer. But, I won't hold that against this film. It's so clean, the lighting is so efficient, the music is so good, the score is so deep, the acting is so natural, it really feels like a documentary. I thought the same about a few of the previous reviewers on this board. A lot of people are getting so worked up over some parts of the film and some of the more disturbing parts. But this is a personal opinion and I don't hold that against anyone. I liked it. The work of the cast was great, the story was touching, and the editing was spot on. The only criticism I have of the film is that it is a bit of a long film, but it was still a great documentary and I liked it. I have recommended this film to friends and it will be on their list of films they can see. If you like documentaries, or if you like dark, art films, or if you like the stories that come from them, you should definitely check this out.

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Tammy F.

After watching this documentary, I could not believe what I was watching. What a gut wrenching experience. I know I was going to hate this documentary. It was based on a book and I knew there were going to be holes. But I never thought I would have to sit through something like this. I wanted to watch the book, but couldn't. I thought maybe it would make a great movie but it was not that good. The last scene is too slow and uninteresting. I would not have watched it if I had not read the book. I loved the book, so I was surprised that the movie didn't seem to make the book better. I also felt that the film did not use the book very well. The editing was not at all crisp. I would recommend the book to anyone who wants to know what this film was based on. The movie was okay. I am giving it a 6 out of 10.

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Rose S.

Greetings again from the darkness. This film was able to pull together the jumbled elements of his life. It helped to start him off in his beginnings and slowly begin to explain the full story. The movie then focuses on his life from the time he was born to the present day. He discusses his journey as a child and his adulthood. He describes his childhood memories of growing up in the communist country, the other people he met, his experiences in the military, his hard times as a young man and his hard times in the transition to a middle-class life. Then the film focuses on his life as a middle-class man and his attempt to improve the lot of his family. It covers how he meets and marries his wife and how she helps him to realize his dreams of a better life and a better job. He shows how he met his children and how his children helped him to realize his dreams. His attempts to improve the lot of his children and the way he did that was both interesting and sometimes humorous. The movie is truly inspiring. I was really touched by the beginning and the ending of the movie. I had been wondering if this film was real. I was intrigued when it started and got more intrigued as it progressed. It ended on a very happy note, which is what I have been trying to achieve for a long time. I believe this movie is really good and even better than I had thought. I had heard a lot of negative reviews and was expecting a movie that would be another one of those low-budget foreign films. I was surprised to see the director was a Hong Kong man. It is definitely not your typical "foreign film" I expected to see. I believe this film will open people's eyes to the struggles of the ordinary person and his struggles in life. Overall, this movie is worth seeing.

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Dorothy Wallace

The story of Robert Bresson's 1958 film "The Nude", based on a short story by his mentor, Alfred Goudeau, may seem familiar. I haven't seen it since I was a child, and my memory is so full of it that I can only vaguely recall. (I'd prefer to forget it, but it's hard to remember that much.) So I thought I'd rewatch it once more, in the wake of some recent reviews that I thought were weak, and made the mistake of having that rewatch cancelled after one viewing. So, a few months later, I rewatched it, with the hindsight of knowing what it is and being able to judge its merits. "The Nude" is essentially a low-budget, no-name picture of a major French film from the 1950s, by director Max Ophuls, who was on a whirlwind of success at the time. Ophuls had already made "Sarkozy" and "Le Tour De France", and was on the verge of releasing his most famous film, "Le Voyage de Jean-Louis Rey", which I can only imagine would have been a huge hit in France, had the film not been so closely linked to a mystery (or is it?) involving a man named Jean-Louis Rey. (Note: The Ophuls name is probably most familiar to English-speakers because of his involvement with the Oscar-winning "The Artist", starring Sam Neill, who went on to direct the equally popular "An Affair to Remember".) But the movie does have the stamp of Ophuls, and it is somewhat different from most of his films in that it has a strong story (a bit of a soap opera here and there, but it is essentially a work of art), a good director, and an interesting protagonist. There is a lot of symbolism in the movie, but it's not really about them. It's about human relationships, and the value of friendships. This is a subtle movie. It's not just about how a man's life ends, or how he comes to understand the meaning of life. The movie is about the strength and quality of human relationships. So it's not just a look at an apparently empty life. It's about how important friendship is, and how it can become a destructive force if the two sides are not in tune. So I was somewhat surprised by how interesting the movie was, considering it's one of the less known Ophuls films. It's hard to remember that it was made for a fraction of the budget of, say, "Sarkozy", which

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Andrew C.

A truly poignant movie. It's been almost a decade since I last watched it. In my opinion, this is one of the most powerful films of all time. It is the kind of movie that brings tears to your eyes and makes you feel like you have been assaulted and violated by someone who has hurt you, but never actually has. It is the kind of movie that makes you question the value of friendship and friendship itself. The music is so powerful and I would suggest you go watch it over and over again.

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Rose G.

I've read some of the other reviews, but they seem to be out of date. It is interesting to note that they have pretty much forgotten what this movie is about. If I had to summarize it in one word, it would be "important." This movie is one of those that in my opinion should have been made. It would have changed a lot of lives. When you do see this movie, don't forget that you have a right to it. You have a right to see this movie and be able to say, "That's what my country was like before all this." We have people all over the country that have the same thing to say about what America was like before all this. The things that were shown in this movie are very real. We are all thinking about what we should do. We should see this movie. We have a right to it. There is nothing wrong with watching this movie, and the people that have said that it is "bullsh*t" are the ones that are just stupid. People who do not want to see this movie, should not be seeing it. Don't let them get you. The movie should have been made, but it wasn't. I highly recommend seeing this movie. I guarantee you will learn something from it.

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Brittany Robinson

The film "Bending the Arc" is an important documentary that not only explores the science behind it, but also the public's acceptance of it. In a more than three year period, the public has come to accept the idea that we can bend space and time to our will, and more than a few of us have begun to explore this. It is a fascinating study of what scientists are doing and are saying about this phenomenon. I am a bit confused by the film's title. I think that there is a bit of an artistic license that is being taken with the title. In this case, I think it is appropriate. This film does not address the topic of whether or not we can bend space and time to our will. Instead, it explores what is happening in the public's head regarding this idea. To those of you who are curious about this subject, this is a good film to see. You will find that it is not a very straightforward documentary, and that this film does not shy away from presenting some important, challenging ideas and events. Overall, this is an important film for those who are interested in the subject.

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If you watch the trailer you may think that this movie is about "advocating" abortion rights, but it's not. It's about women and their fight for their right to choose, and how it was done. The title of the movie is misleading, because it is not about abortion rights. This movie is about a woman named Joyce (Laura Carlsen), who lost her pregnancy and didn't know how to cope with the loss. The abortion was done by a radical abortionist, who used her as a guinea pig in her own practice. What follows is a unique and interesting documentary. The point of the movie is to present a true story about the abortion clinic in Wichita, Kansas. It's not about abortion rights, but about the women who get to live their lives, after losing their babies. I would have given this movie a 10, if the film was more like a documentary and less about abortion rights, but it is a good movie, with great interviews from people who have been in the clinic and of course the story of Joyce herself. If you are against abortion, you may not like this movie, but if you are pro-choice, you will probably enjoy it. Overall, it is a good movie, but it is definitely not a pro-abortion movie.

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Diana Ross

This was the documentary film of the title. For once I had no idea what to expect and was pleasantly surprised. I have watched this many times and it never gets old, although at times it becomes tedious, and you can understand why people have difficulty with it. So I'm going to give the film a 7 out of 10. I enjoyed the storytelling and the documentary format. The story was exciting, I could understand where the ideas were coming from, and was well written. It is a little bit confusing at times, but overall, it is a well made documentary. I had the opportunity to see it in Spanish and it was terrific, although it had subtitles in the audio. In the end, I would definitely recommend this film. If you're a fan of the punk scene in NYC or hardcore, you're in for a treat.

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I think this film is a great introduction to the concept of a UFO. It is very well done and tells a very important story. It is also very educational. I recommend this film to everyone, regardless of what their beliefs are. I think this film is a must see for anyone who has even a passing interest in UFOs and the UFO phenomenon.

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Fistful of reasons to see this movie. If you're not a video gamer, you probably won't enjoy this film very much. Its heart is in its very ordinary subject matter of video gaming. One cannot even begin to describe the emotional impact this film is going to have on the viewer. It's just an action packed ride and does not even attempt to be anything else. There are a few films that are more truly about games than this one. Being a gamer myself, I've seen a lot of movies about video games and I can honestly say this is not one of them. I can't really give this film much more than an 8 out of 10 because it does just so little with its subject matter. But, as an action packed video game film, I'll give it an 8 of 10 because I had a great time and enjoyed watching it.

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As I am a "Chick" I liked the film, and I am a man who doesn't get the women very much. I have seen a lot of women over the years and even though I am a first time viewer I am a guy who has been to a lot of concerts. I could say that this is a very well made documentary that tells a story, but there is much more to it than that. It is a very moving film that is very insightful and very funny. I saw it on Lifetime so I can say it is very high quality. I also liked the fact that there were no "hollywood" songs in it, but that didn't bother me at all. What did bother me was the fact that there was a lot of background information that wasn't important. It was well done though and worth a look.

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It's sad to see a film like "Bad Ass" made with such an unrealistic tone and tone setters. That being said, this is a very good film. It has its ups and downs, but it never takes itself too seriously. It's a very sweet film that you can watch over and over again. The acting is superb, the cinematography is great, and the production values are fantastic. It's no wonder this film has won several awards, and in some ways, "Bad Ass" really does reflect the work that the actors have done in the film. I can see why this film was nominated for Best Picture, and that it was the best film of 2000. I have the feeling that it's going to win the Academy Award for Best Editing, Best Original Score, and Best Picture. I believe that "Bad Ass" should be recognized for its originality, as well as for the great acting. I think that the Academy should have given this film the Best Picture award, but, sadly, "Bad Ass" isn't given the best picture award. It should have gotten Best Editing, Best Original Score, and Best Cinematography, but it wasn't. Don't let the negatives and flaws get to you. If you have a choice between "Bad Ass" and "The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King", choose "Bad Ass" over "The Lord of the Rings." This film is very underrated, and I am glad that "Bad Ass" is getting such a good reception. I think that a lot of people didn't like it because they thought that it was a ridiculous film. I think that that's why it's getting so much attention. The film is great, and it's one of the best films of 2000. I would recommend that everyone see "Bad Ass," especially if you're a fan of film. A film like "Bad Ass" is a film that you should definitely watch. It's a film that will be remembered by film fans. "Bad Ass" is a film that will be remembered for many years to come, and I think that's a good thing.

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Donna Gordon

This was a long time coming. I am always weary of documentaries on the news that are so over the top in nature that it's like a TV movie, the narrator always speaks in a monotone manner and then adds a slight accent. But this was no TV movie, this was an artist's presentation of the work. Rather than just talking about it or telling the story of it, this is a dialog between the artists and the music. There is a lot of listening and listening. Then the artist or artist's wife joins in. I think the artist's wife was the most natural on the whole movie. I don't know why she said she would do it again but it was a great idea. What a great story. A small fortune lost is a story we have all heard many times. But the truth of it is really very difficult to grasp. The story really takes you on a journey of one woman's soul and her journey through the band and her family. It is a powerful movie and I hope people give it a chance. It is definitely not for everyone but it is certainly worth seeing. I give it an 8 out of 10. Good work.

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Kyle J.

I was lucky enough to catch this documentary when it was on TV and I was interested enough in the subject matter to make an appointment with the producer. He, himself, was so quick to offer to put me in touch with people that he'd known as children that he didn't even know before. While his wife was in the room, we chatted about movies and musicals, he mentioned "Badlands", which he'd always been a fan of, and I was delighted to hear about the Boy Scouts. So the following morning, I reached out to him via Facebook and he agreed to meet me at the airport in Panama City. We had a few beers, which was about the only time we talked. And the reason I took my flight that morning was to see what the production staff had to say about this amazing little film. As it turned out, this was the most fascinating experience of my life. First, let me say that the film is beautifully shot. The cinematographer, Danny Isidora, used his camera as the primary lens, and he is a natural. The camera moves around and around and around, but doesn't worry about the accuracy of its movements. As for the actors, they are exceptional. Kostya Tsirik, who is best known for his work on the first season of "The Wire", is amazing in this role. I've seen him in dozens of movies, but this is his first work that was on the big screen. He is the heart and soul of the film, and he makes his own version of the Boy Scouts even more believable. Jason Reitman, who is one of my favorite directors, plays the role of the Director very well. He is such an engaging and likable character. He tells the story of the Boy Scouts with such compassion and sensitivity, and his performance is a joy to watch. If you're going to see this film, do yourself a favor and see it on the big screen. I can't wait to see it again. I would not have wanted to wait so long for this film.

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I watched this documentary the other night. I've been following this story for a while, and was looking for a good resource to watch to get a better understanding of what happened. "Bending the Arc" was exactly what I was looking for. It was a "crap" film, with a very bias and very politicized approach, which showed no mercy to the military. The fact that the director was a military man was apparent from the very beginning of the film, when he attacked the reputation of his main source, the man who allegedly witnessed the first known use of a nuclear weapon in history. The director never examined the facts or facts surrounding that alleged use. He had the man be shot down with an RPG and blown to pieces with a cluster bomb. The film did not even show the sort of agony that victims of the Soviet "priest" were going through. The documentary ended on a high note when a Russian colonel was interviewed, thanking the filmmaker for taking the time to watch the film. This man actually had the courage to tell the director that he hated the film. This is what documentaries should be, a propaganda tool to spread propaganda. But even so, the documentaries and documentaries documentaries were presented as factual by the people in power. The documentaries themselves were mostly edited by Alex Gibney. This is a very good documentary, with a very good point of view. You get to see the actual events in this film and hear the actual voices of those who actually witnessed these events. But it is no documentary, it is a propaganda piece to spread propaganda. This is a very well made documentary and is a must watch for all who are interested in this important story. But if you like the propaganda film "Fahrenheit 9/11", and you liked "The New York Times", you'll probably like this documentary as well.

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Megan S.

I loved this movie, it was very inspirational and inspiring to me as a person. The film was very well put together and the director did an excellent job at showing us the importance of being an activist and being in the right place at the right time. This film is a must see for anyone who wants to learn more about the injustices of our current government. It is also very educational as well. I have always believed that there is more to being an activist than just getting involved in a cause, there is much more to being an activist than just showing up and protesting. It is also important to realize that many people have not been able to have a voice in the past and are not getting the recognition they deserve. I highly recommend this film and I highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in learning more about the world of activism. Thank you to the director for putting together such a great documentary.

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Judith S.

I'm not one to comment on films for the sake of it. But I really loved this documentary, especially the interviews. They're fascinating and informative, and the narration is spot on. Not everyone will enjoy this, but for those who have already heard about this film, they'll love it. For those who haven't heard, this is the story of a few people who are pushing for change in their communities, but they are not famous or rich. And they do it with the help of "community organizers" who meet with local community leaders, small business owners, and educators to make a case for change. This documentary is mostly filmed with the help of community organizers, but you also get to hear from people like the Mayor of Austin and the Mayor of Spokane. There is some extremely inspiring and insightful talk. These are all people who have had some of the biggest stories in their communities blown out of proportion by the media. This is an important documentary that I recommend to everyone. It's really well done.

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Shirley Harrison

I was shocked to read the negative reviews for this film. I thought the film was very well done. Yes, the graphics were a bit too over the top, but the story was excellent and if anything the technology was too new to be relevant. I thought the acting was good, and as a child I would have wanted to be like Max. He has the best lines and is the best character. I loved the ending and how he got back to his family. I thought the movie was very realistic and didn't even touch on the false rape accusations. The producer made this movie to reach young girls and even though it is not the real story, I think it will reach young girls. I would recommend this movie to everyone, it is definitely worth a watch!

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Angela Woods

I didn't know what to expect from this film but I was surprised. It is so much better than the way I thought it would be. The acting is great, the stories and emotions are so real and real people. The one thing that I can say is that it is not about the fact that some kids in foster homes have to go through a difficult time. It is about the real person who is in the foster home and they get all the struggles and losses. It is about the struggle of the foster parents and the kids and the kids's actions and the real kids that go through all that. I think this film can be a good tool to talk about the issue. It is not just about kids being in foster homes or kids who are in foster homes and want to be there. It is about all the problems in the foster home and how they get to be a part of that. I recommend this film to anyone who has been through a difficult time and want to learn more about that.

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Jacqueline W.

It's the first movie I have seen since "The Ladykillers". I've never seen the first movie "Mad Love" and I'm totally into Vera Miles's work.I also enjoyed the movie "The Price of Paradise".I'm just not very fond of "Don't Breathe" because of the ending.and the fact that I think it's stupid.I don't know what the director was trying to say here.I just didn't care about any of the characters in the movie.and the few shots they did use were just bad shots.I'm not saying that they are good.I just think it was stupid.They should have used shots that are more memorable than this.maybe something with something different to say.Maybe it's because the director can't make up his mind.or maybe it's just that I don't care for any of the characters in the movie. I have nothing against "Don't Breathe".I actually think it's a good's different and I would have liked to see it more.I just didn't like this movie.well maybe it's because I don't like the movie.and I think that most of the people who have commented on this movie have never seen the first one "Mad Love".

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Alan B.

I was not aware that the most popular movie in the world is "The Matrix", until I watched this film. I had to go to the library to find it, and was disappointed that I did not have a copy of it. I was pleasantly surprised to find that it was a great movie, and that I could watch it again and again and again. I am a film student, and I was shocked at how much I enjoyed this movie. The plot is excellent, and the acting is superb. I would highly recommend this movie to anyone who enjoys great acting, and a great plot. I would like to say that this is a must-see movie for anyone who is interested in film. This movie is a must-see for everyone.

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Emma Warren

I am a regular viewer of the History Channel, and I am a big fan of documentaries. The only problem is that this documentary has no voice-over. So I was watching it with no idea what to expect. I found it interesting, and I am glad that I did. I will keep my comments short. This documentary follows the efforts of several families to have their son's remains returned to them. While the efforts of the families are admirable, it is evident that the issue is not being addressed at the federal level. This documentary gives an insight into the people who are behind the scenes. It shows that there is an immense amount of work being done, and that it is a good thing. I hope that more people will see this film, and that the issue will be addressed at the federal level. This documentary is worth seeing.

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John H.

A good documentary. You'll be entertained. But the truth is that there are so many interesting things going on in the world that the information given in this movie is just an interesting part of the story. The fact is that I've met more people and have had more conversations with them than all the other movies put together put together. There's just a lot of things that keep happening to people. And there's so much that people can do to try to change things. You could go and do something and then realize that what you're doing has nothing to do with anything. But at the same time there's so much that people can do to try to change things, that you just don't even notice that you're doing anything. You don't really think about the people you're talking to and the things you're doing, or how your life is going. You're just kind of getting by. That's the kind of stuff that keeps you going. You don't even realize that you're doing anything until you're kind of fighting back a little bit, like the way I was fighting back in my own life, which was to just make sure that I didn't get into something that I didn't want to get into. I think that what really happened was that I kind of became just a little bit more active in trying to change things, which I wasn't even sure that I wanted to do at the time. I just kind of had to get in a position to really get in touch with myself, and to make sure that I was in control of myself. And I'm not sure that I wanted to be in control of myself, and I think that's one of the things that people can do, and it's something that people should do. And I think it's something that can make a difference in people's lives. I think that there are people out there who can change things, and I think that it's up to them to make a difference in their own lives and make a difference in others' lives. And I think that it's up to each of us to just kind of get in touch with ourselves, and make sure that we're in control of ourselves. And I think that the people who can do that can be able to change the world. But I think that the people who can't do it are the people who can't make it happen. But if you can get out there and make the changes that you want to see, then you will be able to change things. And I think that's something that people can do.

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The title is misleading, as it is not a documentary. It is a film about a man who has been in prison for 13 years, and is now going through a prison-rehabilitation program. The film is very informative and it gives you a sense of what it is like to be in prison. The film is not for the squeamish. There is a lot of nudity and a lot of nudity of prisoners. It is a very realistic portrayal of prison life, and a very good film. I highly recommend it.

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This film is very well done. It is one of the few documentaries I have ever seen that actually talks about the subject matter. It is one of the few documentaries that actually talks about the actual facts about the project. This documentary does a great job of giving a balanced perspective of the actual project. It is very interesting and informative. The documentary shows how the project was handled by the CIA. It also gives you a great idea of the people who were involved in the project. The documentary also gives you a good idea of the actual project itself. I highly recommend this documentary. It is very well done and is a must see for anyone interested in the subject of the CIA's involvement in the Cuban Missile Crisis.

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John R.

Even if you are not a fan of Jeff Bridges, this documentary is a must see. It will change your perspective on his acting and your perception of his movies. But if you are a fan, you will enjoy this for sure. Bridges plays a young man (the young guy) who finds out he is gay and gets a job as a janitor at the local high school. He meets a fellow janitor (the older guy), and they have a friendship that ends in a homosexual encounter. At the time, this was shocking, but in retrospect, it was quite acceptable. The film also shows the problems with public schools in the 1950's. Public school administrators had a lot of power, and they were not to be trusted. Many kids were arrested for homosexual behavior. The film is not for everyone, and most viewers won't like it. But it's a must-see for those who like this type of documentary.

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Carl Spencer

This is a film about a man who travels from Northern California to Hawaii, and then to Tasmania, Australia to find out why his dog is dying. All the while he is being chased by men with guns and equipment who know about his visit. He is an ex-patriot who became a victim of McCarthyism and the USA is still in the Jim Crow era. This film is a much more sophisticated way of showing how racism exists, and how it is still being used to try to achieve social and racial injustice. When I first watched this film I had a great feeling, but a bit scared to have my perceptions disturbed. I don't know if this film is the best I have ever seen, but it is very good, and the explanation of racism is very well delivered. While this film is not what I would call political in nature, it is still very very important and its message is not lost. I am a huge fan of Justin Quayle and this film is a masterpiece of political and social awareness. I would recommend this film to anyone who is politically involved. It is a very accurate film, and not afraid to go against popular opinion.

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Michael Sandoval

The Story of the Z-Man was a fantastic documentary on the work of Z-Man. It was a short documentary, but very well put together. It was very interesting to see the stories of the many people who were involved with Z-Man and the many struggles that they faced. This is a great documentary that anyone can watch.

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Sharon Harrison

I recently saw this film at a film festival and loved it. The only problem I had with it was a few plot holes but it is still a great film. The film follows Sara, a teenager who is taking a final exam to enter her first college. She's an intellectual and an artist but she's also a bullied little girl. She can't stand how everyone treats her and she can't help but be the victim of bullying. Her parents are too busy with their busy jobs and their demanding and rude behavior so when she needs to vent she can't because they're busy with their jobs. This also causes her to be more quiet. She has always been a little sensitive but when she tries to act or be expressive she gets very angry. Her best friend is an English teacher who is very understanding and understanding her, but when they are at a party she turns violent, overreacts, and hits her friend. She doesn't like it when people say she's stupid, she believes everyone thinks she's stupid. It's hard to watch and she feels bad for the people who treat her bad, but she can't help herself. The film is very honest and true to what it is about. It shows her and her friends suffering and hurting but also showing her the harsh truth of the world. It shows how they can't do anything about it. It also shows her what people think of her but then at the same time they are like what? Is she stupid? Can she learn from this? What can she do to fix her life. I would highly recommend this film to anyone who wants to know more about bullying, how she reacts and how society can be so cruel.

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This is a great film, which is well worth seeing. The first half of the film is about the tragic death of an Australian man who was shot in the back by a police officer in the course of a raid on his home. The second half of the film is about the events that followed and what the police and the local community did to try to make sense of the incident. I was very impressed by the film, and was very moved by the story of the man's death. It is a very moving and very moving story, and it is also a story that has been told before. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the Australian police and the police response to the events in the film.

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Kyle N.

This is a great and insightful documentary about the West Wing, which is the first White House since the Watergate scandal that was never investigated by the U.S. Senate. The American public never got to know who was behind the Watergate scandal. West Wing is in my opinion the best White House of the modern era, and this is a great example of what to do when a president is facing a crisis. It's exciting to see a White House where the men come together and work together, rather than having the president coming up with a bunch of "I want you to do this" inane orders. The White House is set up so that everyone has their own place, like a team. The president has a small office, a lot of power and not much time to relax. The president is not even allowed to have a private life or a romantic partner, since the power is in the Oval Office. The president is not allowed to sleep in his own bed, since the presidential residence has a bed for every seat in the large, dark room. The president has to work alone, in his own office. Even when he goes out for walks, he walks alone. The president has to go to the Oval Office to sign executive orders, and no one else is allowed to have any sort of authority. This White House is a very effective tool of the president. When he is working in the Oval Office, he has so much power that he can do anything that he wants. The President is in the White House to make the right decision, to make a difference in the lives of people and to make a difference in the lives of the country. However, the President does not have to sit behind a desk, since he is given such a large desk that he can work from anywhere he wants, and he can work anywhere he wants. The president has the authority to sign anything he wants, and do whatever he wants without anyone questioning him. The president has very little contact with the press. There are a few TV cameras in the Oval Office, and in the White House itself, but the media has only a few minutes a day in the White House. The media members have very little say in the White House, since the press secretary and the President make their decisions on everything. The press secretary has a few minutes a day to brief the President on the latest developments in the world, and also a few minutes to read some newspapers, and a few minutes to talk to the press. They are not allowed to ask the President questions. In fact,

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Larry Salazar

This movie was well done. I think it was well thought out and put together. I love how they talked about the science behind sex addiction and what happens in those individuals brains when they do. The other aspect that I really liked was how they talked about the importance of boundaries and being a good parent to your children. I think the movie did a great job showing that you should do the right thing and make sure your children know how important it is to you to not let them think they can get their hands on the stuff they think they want. I think the movie did a great job in showing the mental toll and cost to each individual of someone being addicted. I feel that they were able to explain each individual's story without giving out spoilers or giving out any information that the viewer could go to a doctor and get some information for themselves. Overall, I think this movie was great. It did a great job in showing the effects that it can have on the individual and the families they are dealing with. It was an emotional ride to the end. I think it's a must watch and a good story.

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What does it take to bend the arc? How can a person to whom normal lives are beyond his reach, to which he must always be alert and aware, to whom that change of heart, can be the basis of his new life. Is it possible to change your life and achieve happiness? Yes, but it can only be done by doing something which actually changes your life. I have met many people who have experienced and sometimes changed their lives for the better and at the same time have felt helpless and lost. They came to know what it really means to be happy and having the need of change but what they did not knew is that change of heart, is necessary to achieve it. That's why the movie is very important. The movie is about the transformations in the lives of those who changed their lives for the better and who were born and raised in the Eastern Europe. The movie shows the social and economic changes and the legal and political changes which we as a whole have not seen in this period. It shows the role of psychology and the development of thinking, values and behavior, which are essential to be happy and to live life to the full. The movie is a must see for all people. The director did a great job, there are many pictures in this movie which will make your day, will make you think about what you are doing in your life and will make you feel happy. You can be a hero or a victim of changes in your life and you will always need to remember to love and to give and not to take. It's the only way to live. Thanks to all the people who did this movie!

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There is a refreshing sense of grace that pervades this documentary. And what a departure from the usual narrative of corporate greed and corruption in the United States. It's just like "The Insider" which documents how a trio of former New York Times reporters exposed the inside story behind one of the largest corporate frauds in American history. "Firmware" the film tells the story of how the three guys literally ripped the guts out of the company. They set out to break into one of the largest companies in the world, the Chinese cellphone maker Huawei. But this is a story of two men. John LeBrun, the lead investigator, a former Wall Street Journal reporter, and Paul Su, a former CIA operative and World Bank official. In a nutshell, they hack into the company, find the names of executives, and then goes on to expose the companies secret business practices. The documentary is a great, educational, and enlightening tale of how it was done. It makes you wonder if the company would have been the same if the reporters had not intervened. This is a story of courage, honor, and integrity. It's just one more example of how the United States can rise above its corporate greed and corruption. I give it a 9.

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Lori Lee

I really enjoyed the documentary. There were a lot of interesting facts and pictures, especially about the way of living of the characters. The most important fact that was brought up by this documentary was the parallel to the events in other countries. For instance, it was a bit confusing that the Americans had been planning to invade Japan back in WWII and that the Russians had been planning to invade Afghanistan and that the British and French were planning to invade France and Italy. Anyway, it was a good documentary that would be really useful to watch. Not much of a story, but still good.

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This movie is one of the most important documentaries of the year. It is about the horrors of child abuse and the perils of trying to be a good person while living a bad life. The movie follows Lisa B, a 14 year old from Ohio who had been molested and raped by her stepfather. She was completely traumatized and was angry for days. She blames herself for her actions and fears she will never be a good person. While on a walk one day, she overhears her neighbor tell her father that her stepfather is going to come home for dinner. He decides to make some cash to put him in the hospital and to take care of her while he is there. He takes his own life in front of her and she is left to live with her stepfather's family. Her stepfather's wife stays with Lisa and teaches her how to be a good person. He is played by Larry David, who I have never seen in a movie before. He is a comedian who has done some very great TV shows and movies. In this movie he is all about his feelings and how he deals with them. He is a great actor. It is a real pity he is a little bit older than Lisa in this movie. The movie is not about her and the stepsisters. It is about the abuse and the way they are dealing with it. If you are a fan of Larry David you will love this movie. It is not about Larry David, but about a real person who has dealt with this terrible tragedy. He is very funny. He is also the main reason I bought the movie. He is not just a comedian, he is also a man who has lost his wife. This movie is for those who have been or will be molested or abused. There are also people who have been abused, who have been raped and whose stepfather is a pervert. This movie is also for those who have seen "You'll never guess who I am". The movie also includes several other great actors and actresses. The only flaw is the casting. It would have been better if it was a different actor. He was great, but not Larry David. Overall, a great documentary. I recommend it to anyone who likes to know more about the real people who are being abused.

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I was expecting this documentary to be heavy-handed, but it was actually very effective. It was well done and informative, and it was not a representation of some other people's life experiences, but of someone who grew up in the LDS church. There were many interesting stories and many people I recognized. It showed the negative effect that the church has had on people and their families. However, many of the stories were "magic." I felt that I had to use some of my own words when I described the situation that I was in. It is something that many people can relate to, and is a common experience for people who grew up in a family with a strict and controlling church. Some of the stories were sad, and that is a good thing. I thought the majority of the stories were positive and hopeful. It was difficult for me to pick a favorite. I found that some of the stories were inspirational and made me feel like a better person. However, I found that most of the stories were sad and sad. I was very surprised that a good number of the stories were tragic and tragic. There were many people in the stories that I knew from my childhood. I found myself wanting to be a part of these stories. I did not feel like I had a choice. I felt that I had to take the advice of these people and follow their advice. I also felt that they were very well-intentioned people. I was surprised to find that many of the stories involved a lot of personal turmoil and pain, but I didn't feel it was done in a manipulative or false manner. There were some uncomfortable situations that I found myself in and some of the stories touched me on a personal level. I felt that the stories were based on actual incidents and people and were not just made up. I think that I will probably continue to follow this advice. However, there were some who made it sound that they were doing something wrong and were telling the story to make the LDS church look bad. I felt that the majority of the stories were true and the people were telling them that the church was wrong and it needed to change. I was very surprised by the way the church responded to the stories. They were not apologetic, but rather just told the stories and the people weren't saying anything. I was very pleased with the way that the church approached this documentary and how it came across. I think that people should make their own decisions on what they will believe and what they will keep in their minds and on their chests. However, I think that the most important thing that the church is telling people to do is to keep on following the church and not to change their mind. I thought that the church was very helpful with their perspective. I also believe that they were being helpful with their perspectives, and it was good to see that they were doing their best to help people. I think that the church should continue to be a good ally for people. I think that people should not change their minds or their beliefs, but should just keep them. I thought that the majority of people should continue to be the same, but it would be good for the church to be a positive and helpful ally for the rest of the world.

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Terry J.

I saw this documentary at a film festival in Munich, Germany, and it was very well-made. I found it very informative and intriguing, and it was very good to see a lot of the footage that the filmmakers had gathered. The story is very well-told and it was interesting to see the perspective of the director, Peter Heine, who was involved in the making of the film. I really enjoyed this film. It was very entertaining, and I found it very interesting. It is definitely worth seeing.

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Frances C.

Some years ago I did a summer job for the National Film Board of Canada (the National Film Board was in its infancy at the time). It was summer and I was assigned to work for one of the Directors' Offices. I had to show my work and show my results. I was assigned to a full length feature film and I had to do it in three days, not on the weekends. At first I found the challenge very difficult. In fact, I did not enjoy the job at all. I really felt that I was doing a disservice to my country by showing my work. The main reason I stayed with it was because I had nothing better to do. I was very depressed by the job and my career was not on the upswing. Finally, one day, I managed to finish it, I enjoyed it, and I realized that the job had a real purpose. It was like a club where you could show your work to get a medal. I was quite surprised to find out that the film was nominated for Best Film at the 1999 Academy Awards. This is an excellent documentary, not because it tells a lot of facts, but because it shows the inner life of the Canadian film industry. It shows the struggles and the triumphs of the young directors and the old. It shows the struggle of finding your way in the industry. It shows how everyone gets hurt in the industry. It shows how most of the directors are struggling financially. It shows how some filmmakers have died after trying to make a film. The film is based on an article in the Toronto Globe and Mail newspaper that describes the challenge of finding a film to show at the Canadian Film Festival. I was not familiar with the article, but I saw that it was an interview with a Canadian filmmaker, Jovse Ropeliot, who had made a film called "Burning Through." I realized that this was a film that he had directed and he had been struggling with the production of the film. In the interview, he mentioned that he had made an agreement with the producers that he could not make another film. He stated that it was his last film. I was very impressed with the documentary because it had a documentary feel to it. It was a film that I could watch and learn from. I can say that I enjoyed the film and I think that it is a must-see for any film student.

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Charles W.

I watched this film with great expectations. It was supposed to be a documentary about the archery community in the city of Columbus, Ohio. The film was excellent. The editing was great. The subject matter was well handled and you can see that the cast and crew worked hard to get this documentary to the stage. The narrator, Tom Wallach, did an excellent job, explaining the history of the archery community in the city and how the filming started. He also gave you a short synopsis of the video and the facts behind it. The filming was great, and the film was overall well done. I highly recommend watching this film, and I can't wait to see it again. If you are a gamer, you should also watch the film. The actors, actors and the game are great. I can't wait to see what the future has in store for this documentary. I also would like to say that I've watched the documentary about the fairytale camp in Tennessee and I don't think it was the same as the one in Columbus. I really enjoyed that one and I think you should check it out too.

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Helen Lee

This film is a documentary about the destruction of the forest in Peru by loggers who, if not dead, are at least near the end of their lives. With forest around them and a constant source of water, the indigenous people have to fend for themselves. It is not only their death, but also their poverty and their struggle for survival that has been witnessed. The film focuses on the "battle of the forest" (as it was in Latin America) as it was a battle between indigenous peoples and the loggers. One of the loggers, Carlos Valdez, played by Sean Penn, is accused of killing several indigenous people, and the women and children of the village are particularly responsible for the deaths. A documentary about the "battle of the forest" has never been made before. I found the experience of watching this film extremely powerful and emotional. The loggers are clearly shown as monsters. They treat the indigenous people as little more than property to be torn down and burned. They also seem to view the indigenous people as inferior and are willing to kill them and destroy their homes. It is clear to see that the loggers see the forest as a commodity to be destroyed. The women are seen as being a threat to their future and the children as being a threat to their future. The loggers are the ones who killed the forest and the indigenous people were the ones who have to suffer the consequences of this tragedy. These men clearly do not understand the forest and cannot be trusted to care for it. What we see is a clear message to the world that the destruction of the forests is wrong and should be stopped. It is a powerful and moving message, as it shows the destructive effects of deforestation and the human cost that these trees have on people's lives. If you have not seen this film, I suggest that you do so. It is a powerful and sad message, but it is also a powerful message to the world.

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Hannah S.

This movie chronicles the main characters journey through life. It's an interesting look at why we do the things we do and what's most important in life. The director and writer of the movie spent many months in the offices of the very influential Harvard Business School to get their perspectives on things like life, work, and the pursuit of happiness. What it reveals about life is quite fascinating. I think the biggest surprise is that the people who are supposed to be the most successful in life are the least satisfied with their lives. People who want to work hard but can't seem to find the motivation to do so, are the most depressed. The people who are supposed to be the most happy in life, are also the most depressed. The director is very meticulous in his ability to use facial expressions and body language to create a natural and authentic experience. He was able to tell a story in a way that it stayed fairly close to the truth. It was never pretentious, not pretentious at all. It is a real story of an interesting man's life. A good one.

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The film focuses on the people's struggle against the Japanese invasion of China during the 1937-1945 period. The documentary films in the middle of the war, focusing on the movements of the people as they struggle to survive during the desperate hours of the second world war. The documentary film centers on the Chinese resistance, the majority of which comes from the mountains of eastern China. The film shows the everyday lives of ordinary people in their search for food, clothing, shelter, and security. The documentary films shows the incredible courage and determination that was shown by those who risked their lives fighting the Japanese forces. The movie does not focus on the difficulties and hardships of the Japanese soldiers, instead it focuses on the resistance of the people of China and other Chinese people, giving the full picture of their fight against the Japanese invaders. The documentary films give an in-depth and powerful visual depiction of the resistance of the people of China during the war.

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This is a nice documentary about the visual artist, Patrick Hesseldahl. It has a lot of great footage from his own work, and gives you a great look into what he does. It's not overly serious, but it's all about the work and he has a lot of incredible images in there. I loved this documentary, and I really wish they would do more films like it.

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I thought this film was very informative, and that it gave a good picture of the things that are happening in the world today. The movie is a very good representation of the current situation in the world. There are some issues that are still very much in dispute, and there are many issues that are not really being discussed. We all know that the world is divided into two parts, and this film shows that people are still divided. It shows that people have different opinions on how to deal with these issues, and that the world is not as divided as people are making it out to be. We all need to remember that the world is a global community, and that we need to unite to face these problems. I give this film a 9 out of 10. I recommend it to everyone. This film is a great piece of information and a great documentary. I would recommend it to anyone.

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Ashley Schultz

From all the things I've read about this film, I was really excited to see this film. I saw a lot of critics and other people rave about the movie, but I was very disappointed. There are a lot of good points in this film, but I was bored by it and just wasn't in a mood to watch it. I understand they are going for a serious subject matter, but it didn't really seem to me like they were trying to make the point that the "problem" with war is that it has nothing to do with the war itself. In my opinion, it's the mindset of those in the military that is the problem, and not the actual war. This is the only part of the film that is really serious. If you want a serious, critical look at war, I suggest you go and watch something else.

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Gerald G.

This documentary is about how the UN is trying to bend the line between science and religion. It is a shame that UN has turned out to be so evil and downright racist that all its decisions are questionable at best. We need more documentary like this that allows us to learn more about the world and about the UN and what they are really up to. We need to protect and educate ourselves so that we can defend the environment from harmful influences. The UN has turned into the most corrupt organization in human history, but it is not the only one. The point is that people do not have to be religious to know about these dangers. We have to think about what we are doing to our planet. Even if we are not religious, we still should consider the UN a criminal organization. The people responsible for the UN are not the good guys, they are the bad guys and there are still people who should be arrested and not allowed to operate the UN. If you are not a believer, you still have to think about these issues because they are not just important to you, but to all of us.

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Janice Jensen

I love this film, it's the story of the Japanese children who committed suicide due to bullying and the adults who didn't do enough to protect them. I recommend it highly. Not sure why it's rated G for violence and profanity. I watched it with my young daughter, and she wasn't offended by anything that happened. It was very educational, and made me think about my own behavior. The documentary was a good way to start the day.

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Wayne Peters

This film is a must see for anyone interested in physical culture, sports, or just the history of the world. What it doesn't show is the complex story behind the scene, and that's what makes this film so fascinating. You learn about the big names in physical culture in China, and also hear some stories of their secret lives. It's also interesting to hear about the evolution of the Chinese Olympic Games. These are two people who have had a massive impact on the sports world of the world. Not just their sport, but also their lives. I believe that the success of the Olympics has been built on the dedication of the Chinese Olympic Committee. Many people of Chinese origin are not just athletes, but also diplomats, professors, and even teachers. I think that this is the kind of impact they bring to the Olympics, and their own legacy is still a big part of the Olympic tradition. They are also the ones who have been the real pioneers of Chinese culture, and are the ones who have been to the Moon, the Pole, and the Ice. A must see.

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Lisa Obrien

I saw this movie at the Tribeca Film Festival. It was a great film about a group of Jewish children in Paris, France. The kids were from several different cultures, yet they all felt the same way. They felt that they were treated as nothing, as less than human. They felt the need to do something about it. So, they went to the Jewish Museum and presented an exhibit. The museum had a special exhibit on Jewish children and, of course, the children had a new found love for the museum. They helped make the exhibit a success. The kids were the stars of the movie. One of the kids was in the play "Nacht" ("Time"). The kids were up for awards and, one day, they were awarded for their performance in the play. I was at the theater watching the film. The kids were great. I don't know how much this film cost, but it was worth every cent. This film was a great study of an area that many don't know about. I have been a Jewish kid all my life. So, I can relate to this film.

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I have seen this documentary several times and I can say it's a worthy effort from a wonderful crew of journalists, documentary film makers and artists. The idea of a "paradigm shift" is very interesting and this is one of the few documentaries that has changed my opinion of this topic. Unfortunately, they had to use the same information many times, which made the film even less effective. The filmmakers should have done more research before presenting the information and giving them an opportunity to have a more open debate. I would like to see a film about other organizations that have had this "paradigm shift" and how they've changed the world. What is an "Eden" and what does it really mean? How is it different from what we think? What does it have to do with climate change?

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Gloria Herrera

This film is about a religion whose members live in squalor, and even live out of their cars. Its members have to work, and work hard, so the price of food is quite high. The community tries to find a way to make it work. The lead community member is very loyal to the people in the community, and has no desire to leave. He is very quiet and quiet but very strong. The people are very loyal to him. In the end, the leader dies, and the community and the leader are forced to sell their homes. The people, including the leader, live in squalor, with no clean water, no electricity, and no food. The leader wants to sell the community to the highest bidder, so he and his followers can be "entertained". It is a sad story of a community that had nothing to offer but poverty, desperation, and humiliation. The camera work is fine, but the story is very depressing. It is a very important story about the people of India, and it is a lesson that we need to learn from. You will be moved to see what it was like for the people in the community, but you will also learn a lesson. It is a good lesson to learn, and it is a good film to see.

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Brandon Henderson

A film that would make you laugh, cry and think about life and death. I was on the edge of my seat the entire time. I laughed, I cried and I thought about it. It was an amazing film and I would recommend it to anyone who likes documentaries or has a good sense of humor. I highly recommend this film to anyone who wants to be inspired and/or to just be entertained. The characters were well thought out and the story line was also well thought out. The director and writers did an amazing job of capturing the emotions of the characters. I think the most amazing thing about this film is the fact that it was made by a woman. The women that made this film are real people, not actors, and I think that shows that they did a good job. I am a big fan of documentary films and I think this film is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. It was well done and I think that it will be a great addition to my collection.

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Jonathan Alvarez

This documentary, which I watched this past weekend at a public library in San Francisco, is one of the better ones I have seen. Not just in its ability to cover the progress that the working class has made in this country, but also the very similar ways that the rich have fared better than the poor. The difference between the two groups, as it is shown in the film, is that the working class is still at the top, while the rich are on the bottom. The movie is also notable for having several quotes from movie stars in it. While the film does make one feel that these quotes are from some famous movie stars, you can see in their mannerisms that they are actually making this movie, rather than talking about what they want to say. I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to learn about the history of the working class, but does not want to be subjected to anything about the capitalist system.

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Benjamin Foster

I'll give it a 7 because it's an extremely well-made documentary. I wish the documentary could have been longer, and more in-depth, but I'm fine with it being a 90 minute film. While the interviewees all agreed with many of the facts, they could have explained them better in a more in-depth way. I feel that I really don't need to watch a documentary to understand the events that occurred in the Vietnam War. If you know some of the facts and you can understand what the filmmakers were trying to get across, then I think it's an excellent documentary.

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A very informative and well made documentary on the roots of the Church of Scientology and their place in society. The idea is to expose the flaws and pitfalls of Scientology in regards to its former methods of handling their followers. What was it that made Hubbard so confident that he could actually make a difference in the world? Why did he give a certain type of people their special powers? The answer to all these questions are revealed, but in a very entertaining and entertaining way. The documentary is balanced, calm and non-judgmental, yet the overall message of the documentary is clear and there are no loose ends. Highly recommended.

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This film was very well made and well done. It has a good message about the environment and how we can all be more aware of what we're doing. It also talks about the importance of the environment and the importance of the environment to our health and the environment to our children. I'm glad I watched it and I'm glad I didn't pay to see it in theaters. I'm glad it was released on DVD and I'm glad I saw it. It's a very important film and it should be watched by everyone.

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I first became aware of this film when it was screened at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. The idea that the work of two artists could be taken so seriously by a mainstream film audience was completely new to me, and I was impressed. The film was both provocative and thought provoking. It's no surprise that the film was chosen to be part of the Sundance Film Festival, and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in independent film.

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Rebecca Matthews

I really liked this film. It has a wonderful message and I'm sure it will make people feel good. It's great to see so many people who are different than us, but still we all love each other and feel loved. It's about the importance of family and the things that you can do to bring that family closer together. I think it's a very important film, and I hope everyone who sees it will have a good time watching it. I would recommend this film to everyone, but I'd also recommend that they talk to their friends about it. It's not a movie for everyone, but I think it's very important. It's a very special movie that makes you feel good. I really loved it, and I think it will make you feel good. You should see it!

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Catherine A.

This is a very well made documentary that I highly recommend. The filmmakers take a hard look at the medical community and how it is all too often the only people that are really trained to do anything with the medical field. The documentary is quite interesting and the cinematography is quite beautiful. The movie is also very funny at times. The documentary has a lot of good points and it is worth seeing.

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Michelle O.

This is a good documentary about one of the top children psychics in the U.S. today, Phillip Jenney. Phillip is a fully educated licensed psychotherapist who has had some more than one decade of professional practice. Phillip has been in the field of psychics for more than 30 years, and has worked with thousands of clients. Phillip is very knowledgeable on his subject matter, and has developed the practice of psychics to a degree that makes it acceptable to his clients. He has a very strong trust in his clients. He is very focused on making sure that clients are adequately informed on their health condition, what is happening to them, and how they can get back on their feet and move on. He has a lot of good, quality advice for them in his seminars. He is a highly respected and sought after speaker, and he gives it without the commercial aspect. He makes himself available to his clients, and doesn't hold back when he gives his advice. If you are interested in how to cope with the loss of a loved one and are considering suicide, then this documentary is for you. It will give you some good ideas and help you think about how to deal with the loss of a loved one. Phillip is available to help you in a very private and private way, and he has to be approached privately. Many people who work with psychics turn into very depressed and want to give up, but Phillip simply explains his ideas, and then calmly asks them to do it themselves. There are some answers in this film for those who have come to this website asking about suicide, but as always it is up to each individual to decide what to do with the information in their own way. This movie is well worth viewing.

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I don't think any film has ever done this and managed to capture the power of social media. It's beautifully done and allows the viewer to see the creative process that goes into making a film. I love the fact that they put the work and passion of the crew in this film and how they see the crew as a family. I highly recommend this film and feel it is very important to have a documentary on the issues that were faced by the crew. One of the things that I felt was most important about the film is the crew's choice to remain anonymous and not reveal their true identities. A big part of the project is the story of the crew and the decision to tell their story without revealing their names. There is a tremendous power in that. Also, the part that is most powerful about this documentary is the group's willingness to share their story. They know that they are on a story that is not for everyone and yet they are sharing their story and this really helps the community grow. It also has a really powerful message for the crew that they should keep their voices and their voices alone.

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Sandra B.

This documentary is an excellent documentary, about the human mind. The camera is almost always on the subject, with the human being's thoughts and feelings. The subject is not always present, but the camera is always on him, with the person's eyes, and the subject is always the focal point of the camera. I think this is a great technique. It gives the audience a better understanding of the human mind. It also gives the audience a better understanding of the human mind. The film is very good, and I recommend it to anyone who is interested in the human mind.

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Helen Montgomery

I think it is a good film but some points are missing. The part about the imperial war effort in WWII is missing. I think the story should have been more about how a girl had a dream that she was young and in a battle of wits with her own mother, not about her mother who was killed. She had a nightmare and it got real. I really think that the real hero of the movie was her mother, not her mother. She fought hard and she survived. I also think the hero of the story should have been the girl that had the dream that she was young and in a battle of wits with her own mother. I think that the mother should have been dead and the young girl that was fighting in the Japanese was the hero of the movie. Maybe the movie was good but the reason why it was made was because of the daughter of the father. I think that is a good movie but some things were missing. I really recommend this movie. It is worth watching.

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Johnny D.

The movie is a great educational tool, and does a great job at teaching a lesson that most people do not understand. For those of us who do understand it, we can feel it. It is also a very entertaining film. As I watched, I was reminded of another good educational film, the short film "Emancipated." There are many other educational movies on the market that are worthwhile viewing. I really hope that the movie gets some wider distribution. "Letting Go of the Past" also has an informative voice over and is accessible for everyone. I also want to add that "Emancipated" is an excellent use of documentary-making.

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This film is a real eye opener and it will have you talking about it for days. The story is very simple, but it is well told and very compelling. The first time I saw this film I was stunned. I was told by a friend that the story is about a man named Jerry Sandusky, who is a pedophile. I have no idea what he was doing, but it was something like that. It was like he was a murderer, but I guess it was all for the kids. I found this film very interesting. I was shocked at how well the film was done, and it had me thinking for days. The film does not have a narrator, but it is a very important part of the film. It shows the abuse of children and the way it was covered up. The movie shows the man Jerry Sandusky and his downfall, and it shows how much of a man he was. It was very interesting to see how he got away with it. The film does not show the actual abuse of the children, but it shows the cover up. It was very well done, and it was very powerful. The acting in this film is very good. The children who were abused are great actors and the people who were in charge of the cover up are very good actors. The film is very well done and I recommend it to everyone. I give it a 9 out of 10.

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Melissa Cunningham

I was very surprised to see that the public was so supportive of this film. I was expecting to see a low-budget documentary that would make me think that the science of climate change was weak and that the idea of global warming was a joke. Instead, I was amazed to see that there are people in the US and elsewhere who have come to the conclusion that the science of global warming is very solid. This is a film that deserves to be seen by as many people as possible. This is a great opportunity to show the public the way the science is done. It should be shown on public television and the internet. I think that this film will help people to see that the science of global warming is very solid. I think that the public should see this film and then make their own decision on the issue of global warming.

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A very informative and well-researched documentary on the issues surrounding the deaths of the mentally retarded and the criminal justice system's handling of the case. The film is well-made and informative. The interviews are all well-written and the director does a great job of getting the facts straight and presenting them in a balanced way. I am glad to have a film that is unbiased and balanced and that is made to inform the public. This film should be required viewing for all law enforcement personnel.

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I'm afraid that I'm the only one out there who actually likes the documentary. I have always found the Super Bowl more entertaining than the Oscars. I thought this movie would be a modern version of what was produced in the 50's and 60's. I was wrong. The Super Bowl isn't the Super Bowl. It's not even the Super Bowl. It's the Super Bowl. But it's still the greatest sporting event in the world. The Super Bowl is. Except it's not. But it's still the best. And we're not in the 90's. This is a new breed of documentary. I'll admit it, I know a lot of people who like this movie. I'm one of them. I loved it. I'm a Super Bowl fanatic. I liked the acting, the directing, the story. It was just a great movie. The only thing I really didn't like about this movie was the uncaring attitude of the world. The general public is being horribly treated by the government. I'm sure there are people out there who feel that way. I just don't understand how anyone can sit through this movie and be fine with it. But, to the rest of you. If you love the Super Bowl and the way it is brought to life by this great film. You'll love it. If you don't love the Super Bowl, then this movie will probably help you forget about it.

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While this movie may not be the most historically accurate, it certainly wasn't the worst. It was true, however, that the director and his crew certainly didn't go out of their way to present the historical facts in a neutral, non-biased manner. What they did instead was to manipulate the facts, and in doing so create a very different movie than what I could have hoped for. This movie focused mainly on the project and it was a bit of a twist on the history it actually did. In the end, if you are interested in learning more about the construction of the Doric columns, then go and see this film. But for those who are interested in the history, then you may want to pass.

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Edward Lawrence

I've watched this movie twice now and both times I have found myself drawn in to the story. I think the best part about this movie is that it really does convey the feelings of the characters and their families. It is like the movie "Good Will Hunting" but with a different storyline. I think the story is about a family with two gay parents and how they deal with the situation. It is a very good movie and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the subject.

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Dylan Jones

The acting is not great, but the script and editing are excellent. I would recommend this to anyone who is interested in the politics of the past, and how we have changed them for the better. This is a must see.

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This is the most honest and respectful documentary I have ever seen. I watched it without any preconceived notions and I was so impressed by the presentation of this film that I was able to watch it more than once and I never get bored of it. The film is simply amazing and it is a very emotional film. I also think that it is very well written and the director did a wonderful job of taking the information and turning it into a powerful and emotional film. I would highly recommend this film to anyone who is interested in how the media affects our everyday lives and how we are manipulated into living a lie. I really believe that this is a must watch for everyone.

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Tammy C.

I think this is the most important documentary to date about the "end of the world." I don't know if it's because of the way it was done, but this documentary is really different from the usual "documentary" and is a lot more realistic and powerful. The amount of "high-tech" and "new" science in this film makes it very interesting and shows us what's happening right now. The information is so great that I could never get enough of it. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the subject.

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Rebecca Hopkins

I'm a longtime fan of the TV series and this documentary is an excellent way to get into the series. The characters and the storyline are both interesting, and the documentary is filled with fun tidbits. I especially enjoyed the "Little Rock" scene. The scene is so powerful, and I think the cast was very honest about it. The only thing that I didn't like was that it seemed to be mostly narrated by the cast and the director. It seemed to be a little bit choppy at times. But I was impressed with the documentary's portrayal of the cast and director, and the amount of detail they provided. I'm sure that a lot of people have never heard of the TV series or the movie, but they should definitely check this out.