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Fragments of Truth

Fragments of Truth is a movie starring Georgia Angelopoulos, Jacques Berchtold, and J. Keith Elliott. Dr. Craig Evans travels the globe to track down the most ancient New Testament manuscripts. Along the way, he highlights...

Running Time
1 hours 15 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Reuben Evans
Reuben Evans
Jacques Berchtold, Craig A. Evans, J. Keith Elliott, Georgia Angelopoulos
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

Dr. Craig Evans travels the globe to track down the most ancient New Testament manuscripts. Along the way, he highlights groundbreaking new evidence, demonstrating the reliability of the New Testament manuscripts.

Comments about documentary «Fragments of Truth» (16)

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Stephanie C.

The movie was well made and there was a very good flow of information. Although, I was confused by the parts where the characters are talking about the "truth". I was also confused by the "truth" that was being talked about. I guess that is why this movie was very interesting to me. I found this movie to be very informative and entertaining. This is not a documentary, this is a movie. I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to see how things are made in Hollywood.

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A brilliant documentary, a must see for anyone interested in our history and the darker side of the history we are told about by the media. The film is well shot and carefully put together, the author's wife, Jenny, has done a good job of keeping the film manageable, and I believe it is worth watching for any film student. The film covers a very interesting period in American history and is worth seeing for anyone interested in the human drama of the period. The film has a very strong and well balanced point of view, with a great use of archival footage. The interviews are well done and are both informative and interesting. The director and writer, Thomas O'Dell, has done a great job of making the viewer feel as if he or she was a participant in the interviews and the conversations. The viewer is taken along with the main character, Joseph "Pops" Davis, a young man who became an important figure in the local community, and is given a chance to share his experiences and questions. The film is very well acted and directed, and the interviews with the people who knew Pops are very interesting. The way the film is put together is a great method to tell a story and in my opinion this is an excellent way to do it.

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Danielle Miller

This film does a great job at showing how the Pentagon, and their political allies, control the truth. The film, as you will see, is very long and tedious. However, it is worth it. The people interviewed were true to form. However, the film is very strong on the fact that the people interviewed in this film were either killed, imprisoned or tortured. This film is very important for people who are not in the military, or who have been involved in the military. It shows that these people were not free, and had no choice but to be in a position to do what they were doing. This is not a documentary, but a documentary that shows the truth. People should watch this film to see the horrors that the military has perpetrated on the American people.

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I saw this at the Sundance Film Festival, and was intrigued by it. I have no doubt that the filmmaker is a genuine artist, and that this documentary will become a classic of its genre. I am also curious as to how they chose to make the film. It is often difficult to separate the director's vision from the reality of the filmmaker. The film is somewhat awkward in its presentation, and the editing and the narrative of the film is messy. The footage is usually very difficult to follow, and the footage is often garbled, making it difficult to see what is going on. This makes it hard to follow what is going on. I think that it would have been a better film had it been more carefully edited. But it is worth watching, and is a good introduction to a film that may seem more "hidden" to most people. I would recommend this to people who are interested in the film medium.

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Steven B.

This documentary is amazing. It follows the process of documenting the drug trials and drug companies. From their first meeting to the trials they put them on, they talk to doctors, scientists, politicians, and others. It is very fascinating. The documentary is well-made and the research is done very well. I was very impressed by the documentary and I can't wait to see it again. It's not a documentary you can just skip, you have to watch it!

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I'm a big fan of Michael Moore and I love his documentaries. But he has this tendency to exaggerate some aspects of the story and the facts of the Vietnam War. That's what makes me hesitant to recommend this film to anyone. The only reason I watched it is that I wanted to know what the heck Moore was talking about in his last documentary. I can't say I was disappointed. Moore was able to tell a compelling story and to present some very good interviews with actual Vietnam War veterans and experts on the subject. I think that's what made this documentary great. It's an interesting story about a subject that's been a topic of conversation for a very long time. It's not a film about the war or about Vietnam, it's a story about how some people talk about a subject that's been a topic of conversation for a very long time. I think that's what makes it worth watching. Moore didn't do himself any favors with the last documentary. I think that's what's really interesting about this one. It's not a film that will change your opinion of the Vietnam War. It's not a film that will make you appreciate the sacrifices of the soldiers and the country. It's a story about the topic of the Vietnam War. And it's a story that, if it were told in a different way, would probably be a great film.

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Brian Oliver

A documentary that tells the story of a group of students that come together and form a community in a small town. The director and co-producer interviews the students, teachers, and community leaders about what led them to do what they did, why they did what they did, and what the future holds for them. The film was an excellent effort, the best I've seen from a documentary. It is a must see for all those interested in small town America. I'm glad I saw it, and hope others will be as well.

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This film follows the story of Frank Zappa, his brother, and other musicians who were influenced by him. This is not a documentary, but more of a collection of interviews with musicians who played with him. The interviews are all well done, and you will learn a lot about Zappa, including his music, his personal life, and his ideas. It is a good documentary, and a good way to learn more about Frank Zappa. However, the DVD version is not available in the United States, so I suggest renting it instead.

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Madison B.

I've been waiting for this documentary to come out, and it was worth it. The film takes a look at the life of the former Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. It covers his career, the civil rights movement, his activism and his relationship with his wife, Sandra and children. The film has a good flow and it doesn't drag. The interviews are well edited and well presented. The stories of his family are fascinating. They are heartbreaking. There are great moments in the film. The film also covers his influence on the court. He is considered to be the greatest Supreme Court Justice ever. This documentary is worth watching.

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I'm very pleased to see that this film has been released on DVD and that it's getting the distribution that it deserves. I was on the edge of my seat as I watched the interviews and the tapes from the documentary "The Vietnam War" and this film. It was very powerful and touching and a real eye opener. The only problem was the amount of time that it took to get the DVD out to the public. It was good that the film was only made to two hours long but I wish it was longer. I'm hoping that there will be a full length version on DVD and hopefully we can see more documentaries like this. I would recommend this to anyone who wants to see a documentary about a very important subject. I think it is important for the public to see what happened in Vietnam and I think it's important to be educated about the war. I don't think there is a lot of people who are actually interested in the subject and this film gives the people a chance to be educated. I think it's important for people to know what happened to these people and I think it's important for people to know what they're going through. I think that the movie was well done and I think it's a great movie for the whole family.

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This documentary is a must see for anyone who likes to know what the truth is about all these conspiracy theories. After reading all the books and watching the conspiracy theories about 9/11, it's nice to see a documentary that is completely unbiased and doesn't favor any side. It shows how a 9/11 truth movement has been hijacked and is the result of a very wealthy few. It shows that there are people that are taking the truth and making it a lie. What bothers me is that there are people in the government who don't care about the truth, and they're paid to do it. It's a nice change of pace to see a documentary that doesn't have any of the same voice-over narration that we have seen in so many documentaries. The fact that they don't use voice-over narration really makes this documentary stand out. There are also some extremely strong and powerful interviews with people who know what really happened on 9/11. I would definitely recommend this documentary to anyone who likes to know the truth about 9/11 and want to find out for themselves. I have to say, it's a great documentary to see.

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Donna S.

The video is a brilliant documentary about the events of the infamous events in Poland of September 24, 1944. It is a must watch for all those who are interested in history, politics, and the darker side of human nature.

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Louis Matthews

I agree with the previous reviewer on the music. I was reminded of "Song of the Heart" by Mozart when I was watching this movie. It was the perfect accompaniment to the story. I was also reminded of a piano piece by Chopin that I had studied many years ago in my music class. In this film, I was reminded of "Gongyi Renji" by Gong Li. The music was so beautiful and felt so right to me. I don't know if the director had studied this music or not, but the director and actors did a great job of portraying the music. I think I will watch this again. The first thing that I noticed was that the "mystery" was very well done. There were no quick cuts, and I really enjoyed that aspect of the film. It was also interesting to see how the director mixed the music with the story. I think I would have liked to see more of the story and less of the music. I did not notice any acting problems, which was a good thing. I also enjoyed the fact that the director focused on the story and not the music. It was great to see that the director did not focus on the music or the story at the end. It was also good to see that the director focused on the story and not the music. I think the director could have included some of the music in the final cut of the film. I also think that the director could have added some of the music to the story in the final cut. Overall, I thought this was a very well done film. I loved the music and the story. I would recommend this movie to anyone.

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Raymond J.

The American government is full of excuses, excuses, excuses. Why is it that there are some nations that are so evil that the American people are required to be the good guys? What do these people think they are doing when they destroy the environment? This documentary is very important because it gives a better perspective of what is going on in the world. As I said, this is a very interesting documentary. I am a very big fan of Paul Weitz. He is a brilliant man. The American government has a lot of excuses for everything. In my opinion, the only reason why the American government was created in the first place was to be able to control the world. That is why the American government is full of excuses. In the end, I think it is a very good documentary. The only problem is that Paul Weitz is not very popular. I think he is very important because he is the only person who can give you a complete picture of what is going on in the world. He gives you a picture of the American government. He explains everything. I would recommend this documentary to everyone. It is a very good documentary. It is very interesting. I really recommend this documentary to everyone.

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Eugene Mason

In the 1960s, a man named Lee Harvey Oswald, who was working for the CIA, was arrested and charged with the assassination of John F. Kennedy. The Dallas Police Department, the FBI and the CIA all believed that Oswald was responsible for the assassination. What happened in the years following the assassination of JFK is the subject of this documentary. It is told through interviews with the survivors of the assassination, the people who were at the time of the assassination and those who knew Oswald, and the people who investigated the assassination. It is interesting to see how the events of the assassination are linked to the events of the 1990s. I was surprised to find that the FBI investigated Oswald and that the CIA investigated Oswald and that both agencies investigated the assassination. The documentary is interesting and it is informative and it is interesting and I recommend it to anyone who likes to hear from people who were involved in the assassination. It is not easy to watch but it is worth it.

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It was my understanding that this film was made in 2002, but I didn't know it was made in '94. I was stunned by the amount of information that was given. I'm not familiar with most of the filmmakers or the film, but I will say that it was well done. There was a lot of information given about the 'life' of Jesus, and I was impressed by how much information was given. I was impressed by the amount of information given about the other members of Jesus' life. The director and crew did a great job of keeping the film focused on one topic. I thought it was very well done and informative. I'm not familiar with the director, but I hope to see more films like this.