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The Price of Everything

The Price of Everything is a movie starring Jeff Koons, Paul Schimmel, and Larry Poons. With unprecedented access to pivotal artists and the white-hot market surrounding them, this film dives deep into the contemporary art world,...

Other Titles
Todo tiene un precio, Pengar och priset på konst, The Price Of Everything, アートのお値段, Taiteen hinta ja arvo, For the Love of Art, O preço de tudo, Hvem sætter pris på kunst?, Senki többet, Cena wszystkiego
Running Time
1 hours 38 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Nathaniel Kahn
Actors
Larry Poons, Stefan Edlis, Jeff Koons, Paul Schimmel
Country
USA
Year
2018
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

With unprecedented access to pivotal artists and the white-hot market surrounding them, this film dives deep into the contemporary art world, holding a fun-house mirror up to our values and times.

Comments about documentary «The Price of Everything» (14)

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Sarah

I just got back from the screening of the new documentary, The Price of Everything, and I have to say, it was a beautiful piece of work. The story of how one man's life was changed forever when he lost his wife to a fatal disease. I think this story is so important because so many people who are afflicted with cancer can't be touched by the knowledge that one person's life can be changed forever. I feel that this film is very inspiring, and I hope that it is released on DVD so that I can see it again and again. I will also be buying it when it's released on DVD so that I can show it to my friends.

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Dennis Burns

A beautifully made, emotionally touching documentary that will leave you with a great feeling of satisfaction. I am sure that you will be inspired by this documentary to start to change your life. The power of this documentary is that it shows how important it is to take action. The amount of money that is being wasted on the Vietnam War is absolutely ridiculous. It is a tragic waste of time and money. The entire world needs to take action to stop the waste of so much money. If this documentary is seen by anyone, they will be inspired to take action. If this documentary is not seen by anyone, then it is a waste of time and money. There are many ways that you can take action. I am so proud of this documentary. I hope that everyone will see this documentary and take action. Thank you for making this documentary. I am so proud of it.

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Lauren G.

I am so glad to see that the world is finally getting it's "little secret" out. This film has the power to wake people up to the need for change. It is a shame that this film has been so under-covered. This is an amazing documentary that should be required viewing for every student in every school. I can't wait to see what the next one will be about.

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Stephen

The Price of Everything is a must see documentary, not only for anyone who loves their planet but also for anyone who is concerned about the future of our planet. As a former scientist, I was very much aware of the devastating impact of our over-fishing and over-harvesting of fish stocks. The documentary was very informative and I hope that the public will see the truth of the film and take action. I hope that this film will make people think about the issue of over-fishing, over-harvesting and climate change. I also hope that this film will make people understand that a sustainable future for our planet is possible and that we must do everything we can to keep it there. It is not about killing the fish or the oceans, it is about saving the fish and our oceans. The film was very informative and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who has not seen it yet.

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Susan

This movie is the greatest documentary I've ever seen. I have watched it twice and it never gets boring. The only reason I gave it a 10 is because the movie is so inspiring. I had never even heard of it before I watched it but I'm now a huge fan of the film. I don't even understand how it got such a low rating. It's just a great movie and I recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about the history of the country that invented the Internet. I hope this movie gets an Oscar for best documentary.

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Joseph Nelson

One of the most impressive documentaries I've ever seen, The Price of Everything is a true testament to the power of the American Dream. The film follows three college students as they struggle to make ends meet. Their struggle begins when they are laid off from their jobs at the same company and find themselves jobless and homeless. As their situation becomes more and more dire, they have to make difficult choices to survive. The film follows the three students as they go through a wide range of issues. Their lives are touched by a variety of emotions, such as hope, anger, and despair. The students are real and realistic. The film does a wonderful job of showing the struggles of college students and the importance of supporting one another. The students are real and they do a fantastic job of conveying their feelings and feelings of hopelessness. The documentary is an important look at the challenges facing college students in the U.S. and it is a must see for all who are interested in the American Dream.

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Anna

The Price of Everything is an incredibly inspiring and heart-wrenching documentary that chronicles the life and times of artist and activist Joan Miro. It is a must see for anyone who has ever been or is a person in a similar position. The documentary is beautifully shot, moving, and informative. It also has a strong, powerful message about how you should always fight for what you believe in. It is a documentary that should be seen by everyone.

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Linda Franklin

This is an incredibly powerful, moving and beautiful documentary. It is a good reminder of the fact that you can't change things that are already in motion. It is not only about the people affected, but also about the way in which the film was made. It is a film that is very well made, that is very well thought out and that has some very powerful messages. It is a film that deserves to be seen. I highly recommend it. It is a good film, and it is one that I would recommend to anyone.

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Harry Y.

This is an amazing documentary, made by a family who has seen their whole family disappear. The documentary is told through the eyes of the family, and the children, and the parents. It is a very emotional film. The children, the parents, and the grandparents all tell their stories in a very calm and calm way. The parents and grandparents are extremely moved by the documentary, and they are able to talk about what happened to their loved ones. This is a powerful documentary, and it is a very important film. This is a must see for everyone.

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Helen

In the 1970s, a group of New Yorkers who had been drawn into the Vietnam War were asked to go back to Vietnam, and as they tried to do so, their lives were affected by the war. One of these men was Paul Kersey, who was an industrialist who had become a Vietnam veteran, and who also became a folk singer, and he and his wife, Shirley, went back to Vietnam, and became the nucleus of a group of folk singers and songwriters who would go on to write some of the best songs ever written. Paul Kersey was also a filmmaker, and his films are often about the Vietnam War. And in "The Price of Everything," he shows us how the war changed his life, and how it affected many of his fellow veterans, and how it affected the lives of many of the people around him. The film is beautifully shot, and is packed with beautiful images and music. It is a real gem of a film, and it is a wonderful documentary about a truly important subject. It is an absolutely wonderful documentary, and I highly recommend it to everyone.

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Mary

I first became aware of this film when I first saw it at a screening in NYC. I was blown away. I had never heard of it before, and was surprised that it was available to buy. I immediately ordered the DVD and watched it over and over. The story of the global financial crisis was compelling and gripping. The documentary was well done, and I would recommend it to anyone interested in the subject. It is a must-see for anyone who wants to know what happened in 2008. I hope this film makes it to the big screen.

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Emma Torres

This is the first documentary I have seen about the pharmaceutical industry. The film covers the history of the pharmaceutical industry and shows the various ways pharmaceutical companies have manipulated the medical system to keep a monopoly. It also discusses the possible consequences of this monopoly and how it is currently affecting our health and our society. I personally found this documentary to be very informative and informative in general. The documentary covers everything from the development of the pharmaceutical industry to the current situation of the pharmaceutical industry. This documentary also addresses the problem of side effects in the pharmaceutical industry, which I believe is very relevant today. I think this documentary is a must watch for anyone interested in the pharmaceutical industry or any other industry. I give this documentary a 10 out of 10.

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Debra W.

I recently saw this documentary for the first time, and I'm so glad I did. This is a must-see for anyone who wants to know about the risks of a possible new drug. It's so rare to see a documentary that goes into as much detail as this one. It's very well done, with great interviews with scientists and doctors, who all have their own stories about the risks of this drug. This documentary is about how these risks are not being taken into account by the companies that are producing the drugs, and how they are all going to die. This documentary is not just about the drug, it's also about the whole system that we use to produce drugs. This documentary is very well made, and it will definitely change the way you think about drugs and the way you look at the medical industry. It will make you want to do your own research on all the drugs that you use everyday. This documentary is very well done and I highly recommend that you see it. I'm very glad that I did, and I look forward to seeing more documentaries like this one.

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Tiffany

This is a very, very well done documentary about the plight of many of the people in the South during the 1950s and 1960s. I have never seen such a powerful, human and insightful film about the plight of people in the South. It is well-told and I felt like I was part of the story. I was amazed at the research done by the filmmaker, including interviews with many of the people involved. I also felt that I was part of the story and the director did an excellent job of using what I had learned from the documentary to tell a story about the past. This was a great film and I look forward to seeing it again.