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Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am

Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am is a movie starring Toni Morrison, Hilton Als, and Oprah Winfrey. This artful and intimate meditation on the legendary storyteller examines her life, her works and the powerful themes she has...

Other Titles
Toni Morrison: as muitas que eu sou
Running Time
2 hours
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Timothy Greenfield-Sanders
Hilton Als, Russell Banks, Oprah Winfrey, Toni Morrison
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

This artful and intimate meditation on the legendary storyteller examines her life, her works and the powerful themes she has confronted throughout her literary career.

Comments about documentary «Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am» (17)

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Ethan Rose

Toni Morrison is a gifted writer and poet. It's the essence of her story, her life, her soul. I found this documentary on her life a revelation, enlightening, and fascinating. I thought it was very important for women to see the reality of the sexism in our society, and the pervasive misogynistic environment in which they live. Toni's work is filled with both irony and satire, so it's a powerful statement. I think it's a bit over the top, but it's necessary to make her story more accessible. In this documentary, we see the creation of a biography, from the story that she wrote as a child to the books she wrote, to the actors who played the characters in her stories, to the music she composed, to her own life. It's a unique and fascinating view of a woman who is not only an outstanding writer, but also a remarkable artist. The documentary is well done, but it's not for everyone, it's not a documentary you can watch and be completely satisfied, it's a documentary that requires a certain type of viewer. If you are a feminist or a person of color, you will not be satisfied. It is for those who can appreciate the power and truth of Toni's writing. It's for those who can appreciate the pain and suffering Toni went through, and how she transcended that suffering, so she could write and live a life that was both fulfilling and fulfilling.

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I had a blast watching this. I was so excited to see Toni Morrison's performance in a public setting. I thought the audience was going to laugh at her, but it wasn't that way. I was surprised to hear her voice as well. She was very emotional and I was moved by her performance. I loved the insight she gave into her life, and her views on life, and her relationships. I love the fact that she has a big role in the movie. I hope to see more of her. The documentary was really fun to watch. I was impressed with the production, and the actors. I recommend this documentary to anyone who is looking for a movie that will make you laugh, and will make you think.

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Toni's "The Pieces I am" is a wonderful document of her life and it is a great tribute to the director and the writer. There are moments in the film that are very touching and it is not only her story, but also the story of many other writers, filmmakers, musicians, and writers. It is a beautiful story about life, art, love, and life. I highly recommend this film.

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I never understood the hype surrounding this film until I heard that it was an English language documentary and I thought to myself: "What a great idea!". I am a great fan of art films and there is something about being able to watch a film that is all about the art and not the subject matter. This film is not only about art but also about human relationships and how people try to make it through the ups and downs of life. It's a film that explores the human condition and how it is affected by the choices we make and the relationships we have. I have to say that I was surprised to see how well the film did at the box office. It is a very personal film and it is great to see how the subject of the film can be brought to the forefront of a film. I will be looking forward to the next film from the creators of the film. Thank you to all involved in making this film and I hope you enjoy it.

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Diane Day

I was very impressed with this documentary. It was beautifully filmed, edited and the interviews with all the artists are very well done. The directors did a great job in capturing the people's reactions and feelings towards the artists, and I believe that they succeeded in making this film as informative as possible. I am not a fan of Dylan, but he was still very interesting to hear from and I really enjoyed the interviews. It was also great to see some of the people that Dylan influenced in his life, like Gene Clark and Steve Earle. All in all, I highly recommend this film.

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Diana Rivera

I had the pleasure of seeing Toni Morrison in a screening of her latest film, The Pieces I Am. The film tells the story of Toni Morrison's life from her childhood through her illness and death. She is played by Terri Garr, who is also the writer and director of the film. The film is quite remarkable, as it is told in such a way that you can actually feel the pain and suffering of Toni Morrison. It's a beautifully told story that will leave you with a tear in your eye. This is a film that should be watched by all people who care about art. It is so sad that Toni Morrison has been taken away from us. I'm not sure how to feel about this film, but I think I feel more than I should have. I think that Toni Morrison should be here to help us all understand the pain that she endured, and what she has been through.

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Helen J.

Toni Morrison is one of my favorite writers, and this documentary is a fantastic introduction to her work. This documentary does a great job of describing her work, and its a great insight into her life. The acting is great, as is the documentary, and I recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about this amazing writer.

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Toni's last book was "The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald", a fascinating and thought-provoking work. Here, he is able to do a good job in creating a well-written story, with a little extra. This film, though, is far from good. Toni has done a great job, but he is not able to show that his knowledge of the music of the time is the same as everyone else's. The story is excellent, but the editing is poor. The story flows too slowly, with no real flow or momentum. The editing is not so much the fault of the director, but the director's own inability to show the film properly. The film starts out well, with the three main characters, played by Robert Sean Leonard, Jean Stapleton, and Jerry O'Connell, making a good impression. This is only enhanced by the fact that the director gives them all three things they need to do: to show that they are "theirs" and not "them", to show that they have no problems with others, and to show the narrator as a great musical composer. The problem, however, is that the director does not do this. There is no sense of the three characters and their relationship. This is a great film, but it could have been a great film, and Toni has been severely let down by the editing.

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Toni Morrison is one of the most important writers in American literature. He is known as a political philosopher, an activist and a poet. He is one of the most controversial writers of all time, and the film "Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am" does a good job of showing this. The film starts with an interview with Morrison, and then continues with a discussion of his early life, his relationships with various people and his early work. I was quite surprised at how much the film focused on the life of Morrison, rather than the poetry. I thought the film would focus on the poetry, but it seemed that the film focused on the life of Morrison, not the poetry. The film does a good job of showing the life of a great poet, and the interviews with him were also very interesting. I found the film to be quite interesting, and I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the life of Toni Morrison.

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Toni Morrison's The Pieces I Am is a moving, thought provoking and funny documentary about the late Toni Morrison. I was a fan of Toni Morrison's work long before I knew she was a writer and even before I knew that she was an important figure in American literature. I remember the first time I heard her name in the news as the author of a short story that became a literary sensation. I couldn't believe that someone so well-known would write such a great story. I was deeply moved by the stories and the characters that Morrison wrote. The pieces I am is a unique look at how Morrison lived her life. It tells us a great deal about the author, her relationships with her family and her work. It also includes interviews with her friends and family and the people she encountered. This is a must-see for Toni Morrison fans and non-fans alike. It is an amazing documentary that I will always remember. I hope this film will be shown at film festivals and I hope it will be available on DVD. Toni Morrison is a genius.

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Douglas O.

Toni Morrison's first book of poetry was also his last. This documentary is about the last of the poetry that was written before he died. It is remarkable how the last poem is so powerful, yet so short. The director is really good at showing how the poems are written. He shows how he has tried to incorporate the poem as well as the poems in the book. He shows the way the poems are organized and how he has written the poems himself. He also shows how he has organized the poems in the book, and the way he has organized them. He also shows how he has put a lot of effort into the book, and how he has really put a lot of effort into the book, and he shows how he had a great deal of fun with it. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who has ever read the poetry of Toni Morrison. This documentary is really good.

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Frank Gonzalez

I recently purchased the audiobook version of Toni Morrison's The Works of Toni Morrison and I found it very interesting. I was very impressed with the performance of Paul Dano as the young Toni Morrison, the power of his voice and the way he spoke about his experiences growing up in a bigoted world. I think that he did a wonderful job, especially when he talked about his time in the South of the United States. The DVD extras on the DVD release of the film were very good. The actors in the film were also very good. The film also gives a lot of insight into the life of Toni Morrison. I think that it is a very important film. I would recommend it to anyone interested in Toni Morrison's life.

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Charles Ray

I have been a fan of Toni Morrison's since I first read the short story "Diary of a Mad Housewife" in high school. I have seen all of her films and her books and loved her writing. I am pleased to have had the opportunity to view this film and hear from the filmmaker. Toni has written some wonderful stories, "The Bluest Eye" was one of the best, and the book "Love and Death" was one of the best. She is a gifted storyteller, and I hope to see her in more films and television. I wish her all the best in her future endeavors. I will not be surprised if she is a big-time director in the future. I will be looking forward to her next film, "Diary of a Mad Housewife" and "Escape from Alcatraz".

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I just saw this film at the Chicago Film Festival. I have not seen this film since it came out and I'm glad I did. I enjoyed it a lot. I think that it is very timely and that it's important to see the current state of affairs in the country. The acting was superb. I especially enjoyed the performances by the three actors: Bill Murray, Sigourney Weaver and Jessica Lange. I was particularly impressed with Bill Murray's performance. I also really liked Jessica Lange's performance. She was very effective and a little on the "spoiled" side, but she was very effective. I was especially impressed with the performance of Sigourney Weaver. She was great. I think that this film should have been nominated for Best Picture and I think that it should have won. This film is definitely worth seeing. I highly recommend this film.

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Victoria Burns

Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am is a must-see documentary. It features a number of interviews with artists who have influenced Morrison's work. Some of the artists are Morrison himself, with others commenting on his life and work. Also included is an interview with Morrison's friend and fellow poet, Ken Russell. The film is wonderfully informative, informative, informative. The interviews are very interesting, and the clips that follow are really great. The DVD contains the full version of the film, as well as the English language version of the documentary. If you are interested in the life and work of Toni Morrison, this documentary is for you.

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Wayne T.

Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am is a great film that examines one of the greatest writers of the twentieth century and his relationship to the characters he created. Morrison had a profound influence on the writers of many of our most influential and influential authors, from Kurt Vonnegut to Kurt Cobain to Jack Kerouac. The film explores the relationships between the writer, the artist, and the reader, and the impact that their work had on their lives. I highly recommend this film for anyone who is a fan of Morrison, or who has ever been influenced by his work. The film is extremely well done, and makes a good companion piece to the short film by Toni Morrison, "A WORD TO THE HEART", which was also recently released. I highly recommend this film to anyone.

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I've seen a lot of videos and Toni's work, and it's great to see her in a documentary. I also thought it was very interesting to see how she made the piece from the ground up. The things she used in the documentary are in the movie, but she also added in her own ideas. I thought the movie was very interesting and well done. It was like watching a family documentary and it's definitely worth the price of admission. I highly recommend it.