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The Times of Bill Cunningham

The Times of Bill Cunningham is a movie starring Bill Cunningham and Sarah Jessica Parker. A new feature film documentary about legendary NYTimes photographer Bill Cunningham.

Other Titles
The Times of Bill
Running Time
1 hours 14 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Mark Bozek
Mark Bozek
Sarah Jessica Parker, Bill Cunningham
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A new feature film documentary about legendary NYTimes photographer Bill Cunningham.

Comments about documentary «The Times of Bill Cunningham» (14)

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This is a very interesting documentary about the British film industry, the history of the industry, and the state of the industry. It's interesting to see the industry from the perspective of an outsider, as well as a producer who is in the industry, and even an industry insider. It's interesting to see the industry from the point of view of an outsider. There are a lot of interesting and informative interviews with industry people. I think the most interesting interview is with Roger Ebert, who has some interesting things to say about the industry. I also liked the way that they show how much time and money goes into making a film, and how much goes into marketing. I think it's interesting to see that some people are not very happy with the industry, but are still in it. I think it's a very interesting documentary.

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If you've never heard of the film before, you might want to skip it, if you've heard about it, skip it, if you're a former Navy officer, you might want to skip it. This is a disturbing, and very well done, look at the challenges that those of us who served in the military must deal with after being discharged. Some of us have lived with this for years, and I'll admit, it still affects my daily life. But it's still very real. It's also very inspirational, and it gives a very honest look at the struggles that all of us deal with, as veterans, as those who've come home. It also gives us a voice, for those of us who've been given a second chance, who've felt a sense of freedom from the pressures that we're all too familiar with, for all of us who've felt that sense of freedom, to reach out and find some freedom ourselves. It's not a film that I would recommend to anyone else, but it's very important, and a very important look at one of the darkest periods in our nation's history, where one's country was being slowly turned into an oppressive dictatorship, and they were no longer just fighting in the trenches, but also in the streets, in the streets of America, trying to find some kind of freedom in the same time period, that we were also fighting in the trenches, trying to find some freedom ourselves. This is very, very very important. If you haven't seen it, see it, you'll be glad you did.

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You are not alone. It is impossible not to watch Bill Cunningham at his best. No matter what he has been through, Bill is as calm and collected as ever. I know that I cannot compare him to other people who have written books, but I feel that this documentary is a good place to start for those who are interested in his life. Bill's writing was a constant reminder of how much he valued life and what he would do to make sure he had it in his grasp. In this interview, he gives us a sense of his love for his family and how his work on behalf of humanity made him feel good. It is so great to see him with his family. He was a true American hero. I am so glad he was able to write so many books. In some of the interviews, we see him as he was when he first became a public figure, speaking to people about his work and his feelings. He never spoke badly about the people in his books. It is so sad that he is no longer with us. Thank you, Bill Cunningham. You will be missed.

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Albert R.

This film is a great reminder of how important it is to remember the good in people. It really is a film for everyone to remember and all of us can be inspired by the way Bill Cunningham did in helping people to be better. He really did it with kindness and understanding of people. He did it all for the people and gave them the most powerful things that they needed to live. The film really captures the time and the people and it is really something that we can all look back on with admiration and hope.

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Virginia R.

This is a very well-made documentary. As a veteran of World War II, I will be the first to admit that I am biased in the case of the atomic bomb. After the end of the war, I was forced to move to the Soviet Union, where I became a translator for the Soviet army and helped train some of the young soldiers. I found this film very interesting, though I have to say that I think the narrator's voice was a bit too forceful. Perhaps it was intentional, but it made me feel that I was listening to the voice of a fanatic. The narrator is well-intentioned, and I think that he was trying to be impartial in this documentary. However, the editing is very choppy. There are many long stretches where nothing is said, and it feels as if the film is going on forever. There is a segment at the beginning that contains so many nuggets of information, but is cut short by the narrator. I understand that they wanted to focus on the general concept of the atomic bomb, but it does not do much to advance the subject. The atomic bomb would not have been the subject of this film, but the destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki would have been. As a result, I think that the narrator was underplaying the destruction of these cities. I understand that he wants to portray the morality of the nuclear weapons as well as the morality of the military, but I think that he has to focus on the other side of the coin, which is the morality of the people who were forced to make decisions about war. It is not an easy subject to cover, but it does not need to be. This is a good film, and I would recommend it.

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Jacob Vargas

I loved this film. I think the filmmakers took great pains to go to great lengths to show how differently people judge things. The film is very revealing of what happens when things are blown up, when people don't pay attention to a guy who is making a film about a very controversial topic. This film is extremely entertaining, it's very good, and I recommend it to everyone.

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Willie Schneider

The Times of Bill Cunningham is an interesting documentary that covers the rise and fall of the legendary comedian Bill Cunningham. It was made in 1998 and was directed by Andrew S. Solomon. The film is a little slow at times but the story of Bill Cunningham is interesting and I recommend this documentary.

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Sara Ford

The Times of Bill Cunningham is a film that's about a journalist who covers the war in Vietnam. He's an outsider who's seen the horrors of war, but he's also seen the horrors of his own profession. As the war progresses he finds himself being pushed to the limits of his profession and the limits of his own sanity. The film is very well made. The story is well told and there are some excellent performances. However, it's also a very depressing film. I don't think it's a film that's suitable for younger viewers. It's a very hard film to watch and it's a film that is very hard to sit through. It's a film that will be a difficult film to watch for a long time.

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This is a story of the Chinese mafia. It takes you inside the world of the mafia and shows how the Chinese mafia is the most powerful and largest in the world. You see the Chinese mafia's control of the drug trade and how the Chinese mafia make a fortune by smuggling drugs and selling them in the United States. What makes the Chinese mafia a deadly threat is their ability to manipulate the police and the military. But the Chinese mafia has other powerful allies. They're also quite resourceful, making use of these allies to help them further their cause. The story of the Chinese mafia is really fascinating, and you can't help but get fascinated by it. But this is also a movie about the Chinese mafia. There is no telling how much of the movie is true. You just have to watch it for yourself to find out. It's a great movie, especially for those who like documentaries. I recommend this movie to anyone who likes to know more about the Chinese mafia.

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Kimberly M.

It is not a documentary and I am not telling the story of the former Times of William Cunningham. This is a depiction of a man who lived a life of unimaginable pleasure, and a man who would die a thousand deaths, without ever having to say a word to a soul. The point of this documentary is to show us that Cunningham's story was a reflection of a life that is seen by the living as meaningless, while it was to him as essential to a life of purpose. It is a brief summary of his life, and the story of his dying days. But it is a story worth telling, and a cautionary tale for the people who would deny the facts of Cunningham's life.

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Kimberly Bradley

I was quite surprised by this documentary, and I am very pleased that it is available on DVD. It is a very well-done documentary. It really reminds me of the well-made documentaries that I have seen in the past, like "Hidden in Plain Sight" or "Kill the Indian, Save the Fish". The film also reminded me of the HBO documentary "Dead Man Walking", which is a great movie. But it also reminds me of the excellent documentary "The Last King of Scotland" that was produced in the 1990s, and the film has a great plot, great narration and a good story to tell. But, for me, it is the story of a great teacher who was very influential in my life, and I was very glad to see it in a film. That's why I gave it a 9 out of 10.

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The documentary/features film "The Times of Bill Cunningham" by Adam Chalk was filmed in and around Porto Alegre, Brazil in the 1990's. The film tells the story of the legendary Bill Cunningham, who at one time was the best of the best in the boxing world. He was the first black boxer to win a major world championship and he won it without using any real fighting technique. It is a very emotional film to watch as he is shown how he became the heavyweight champion, the interviews with his trainers, opponents, opponents' families and his own family are all worth watching. Also worth watching are the interviews with the late boxing greats Rocky Marciano, Salaam "The Hands of Fury" Salahuddin, Victor Shihabuddin, Lennox Lewis and others. "The Times of Bill Cunningham" is a great documentary and great sports film.

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Carl T.

One of the best books on Baedeker made into a compelling movie. The book was probably 10 times longer, and it was by the legendary British author T.S. Eliot. At one time, the movie version was out, and it seemed like a good film. Sadly, it wasn't. But, luckily, it was bought and read by Stephen Colbert and the host of the Daily Show. So, the movie was released and good, but I didn't read it. As I said, the movie had the potential to be a very good film. But, because of the length of the book, they added a lot of stuff. A few of the scenes were cut, but they were added to make it a good film. It's also worth noting that while the movie is essentially a movie, it is a very different movie than the book. The book is a little more brutal. The book is much more graphic. There is a lot more violence and a lot more blood. It's also much more violent and graphic. The movie was very hard to watch, but that is what made it so effective. But, the book was more poetic, much more philosophical. I thought the book was a lot better, and it has more substance. One thing I didn't like about the movie was the pacing of the movie. It seemed that the movie seemed to jump around a lot, and was very slow. The book is also very slow. The movie's pacing was very much like the book. It felt like there were gaps in the movie that were just filler. That's why I feel that the movie was a little disappointing. However, I do think that it was an excellent movie. It is definitely a must see for anyone who has read the book, and anyone who hasn't.

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Scott Pena

To this day, this documentary still has a certain relevance to me, as it focuses on the role that the LDS church played in the early 20th century. In particular, it shows how well-organized the LDS church was at the time, and how important it was to the society as a whole. However, the film does not make clear, why or how it played a role in the discovery of the gold. So, I don't know how it is relevant to anyone who is new to the LDS church, or to the discovery of the gold. Overall, the film is entertaining, but does not provide enough information to make it memorable.