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Embrace is a movie starring Taryn Brumfitt, Renee Airya, and Linda Bacon. Embrace follows body image activist Taryn Brumfitt's crusade as she explores the global issue of body loathing, inspiring us to change the way we feel about...

Other Titles
Embrace - Du bist schön!, ありのまま抱きしめて, Embrace: The Documentary, Accepte ton corps!, Embrace - Du bist schön
Running Time
1 hours 30 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Taryn Brumfitt
Writer
Taryn Brumfitt
Actors
Renee Airya, Jes Baker, Taryn Brumfitt, Linda Bacon
Country
Australia, Germany, France, Dominican Republic, Canada, USA, UK
Year
2016
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

When Body Image Activist Taryn Brumfitt posted an unconventional before-and-after photo in 2013 it was seen by more than 100 million people worldwide and sparked an international media frenzy. EMBRACE follows Taryn's crusade as she explores the global issue of body loathing, inspiring us to change the way we feel about ourselves and think about our bodies.

Comments about documentary «Embrace» (14)

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Judy Harris

An excellent documentary on the life of artist and writer R.E.M. and the people around them. The documentary is wonderfully shot and the interviews with the members of the band are wonderful. It is a very good film, but the ending is a bit abrupt. However, this is a documentary about the band, and it's a very good film.

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Christopher M.

This is a wonderful documentary about the groundbreaking (if not groundbreaking) work of the late Canadian filmmaker, Diane Arbus. The film is not just about Arbus and her film but about the power of art to change the world. For this reason, the film is important to me. The film is a bit slow in parts and a bit overlong in others. However, this does not detract from the overall quality of the film. This is not a film to see for the sheer entertainment value. This is a film that is about a brilliant artist and her work. As the film progresses, it becomes more and more apparent that Arbus has a profound influence on the work of filmmakers such as Stanley Kubrick, Martin Scorsese, and the Coen brothers. Arbus was one of the first filmmakers to make films that spoke directly to the audience. The film follows her career as she made a film about her life, her son, and her husband. The film is interesting in that it shows the work of Arbus through the eyes of the filmmakers. It is an amazing documentary and a great one to watch.

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Dorothy

A well-made documentary on the people of the small town of Weston, Ohio. The film is very well-done. The people of Weston are extremely friendly and welcoming. The film shows a number of the town's residents, and some of the residents' family members, and shows how Weston became the town it is today. It also shows the town's history, which is fascinating. I highly recommend this documentary.

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Russell

I would say that this documentary is the one of the most useful documentaries that I have ever seen. The problem is that the majority of people who watch this documentary are not very intelligent and cannot comprehend the complexities of the topic. But if you're intelligent and you have a good grasp of the topic, this documentary will be of value to you. For those who are not intelligent or not very bright, I think it will be a waste of time. The most important thing is to watch it with an open mind and to give it the time that it deserves.

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Samantha E.

The U.S. and Israel have been enemies since 1967. It's been that way since 1948, when the State of Israel was established in Palestine. The U.S. has been a major benefactor of Israel's existence. Israel is an American ally in the Middle East. That was the reason the U.S. backed the creation of Israel. The U.S. is the largest economic and military power in the Middle East. The U.S. also is a major supplier of arms and weapons to Israel. The U.S. is also a major arms supplier to Saudi Arabia. This film is a must-see for anyone who is interested in the relationship between the U.S. and Israel. This is a documentary that is well-made, and the film does not try to be politically correct. It does not try to show Israelis as bad people or anything like that. Rather, it is a documentary that shows the U.S. and Israel as allies in a time of conflict. The film is very well-done, and it is a good resource for those who want to know more about this relationship.

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Frank W.

The documentary "Beyond the Love" tells the story of a group of young gay men who went on a journey to Paris, France to meet a man who would become their love. The group was drawn to the French capital because they had never been there before. This documentary tells their story and that of many other young gay men who have gone on similar journeys. The documentary gives us a great insight into the culture of France and shows how the gay community is made up of people who have different values and cultures from each other. It also gives us a real insight into the lives of gay men in Paris. I think this is a great documentary to show to any gay man who has ever been to France. It has a great message about the importance of being yourself and being true to yourself. This documentary is a must see for all gay men and gay men who want to know more about the culture of France.

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Jeffrey

This film is a wonderful examination of the art of the realist painting. It takes us from the early 20th century through to the present day, and is well worth watching. I loved it and highly recommend it to all art lovers. I will admit that I was not expecting much of it, but it turned out to be a great movie. The film is extremely well made and there are a lot of good points and many good points to the film. The first one is the subject matter. It's about an artist who painted for the sake of painting, and what it was like to be in a studio and be in a painting studio. The second point is the technical aspects of the film. The editing, the cinematography, and the music. The third point is the subject matter itself. This is an examination of what it means to be a realist artist. The film focuses on a painter, who was a realist, and his wife, who was not. The film also explores the nature of the art, and the nature of the artist, and their relationship. The film is well worth watching. It's well worth seeing.

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Alexander D.

I have to admit, I was rather skeptical about this documentary. The idea that a documentary about a death in a hospital might be as "predictable" as "Deathwatch" seemed a bit too close to home. However, this film does succeed in bringing the topic of hospital death to the forefront. It is a very well done documentary, with the subject matter being very real. The interviews are well done and the stories are told in a very realistic way. The images are breathtaking, as are the quotes. The images of death in the hospital are so realistic that you can almost feel them. The images of death in the "real world" are even more beautiful. The whole film is very well done, and I think that it is worth a watch. It is not the "last word" on this issue, but it is a good start. I would definitely recommend it to anyone who is interested in this issue. If you have not seen this documentary, I would definitely recommend it. I am definitely glad I watched it. I am not sure how many people have seen it, but I believe that it is a good starting point.

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David

I thought the film was very well done. It is a very personal documentary, the director did a great job in getting the footage he needed. The director did a great job with the editing. It's not always the best film to watch, but it's good for a rainy day.

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Henry

The film "Conversations with God" is a highly recommended film for the religious minded. The film is a very well crafted and very well thought out film that focuses on the lives of three people in the Christian faith. The film is a story of two brothers who find that their religious beliefs are not compatible with their lives. Their journey to finding the answers they need and the reasons for their beliefs will leave you with many questions. The film is very well written, and the actors portrayed the characters very well. The film is a very well made film, and I would highly recommend it. I highly recommend this film.

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Harold

I don't know where to begin. This is a very powerful and moving film that has so many layers of meaning. I didn't even know what I was looking for until the end. The film is so well made and the way it was shot and edited was simply amazing. The actors were superb and the story was told in such a way that it is not easy to understand it. I will admit that I am a little biased because I am a father of a child with autism. I think the film is so powerful because it shows how people can be manipulated and manipulated by someone they love and trust. I think that we should all be so open minded and take the time to find out the truth. This film was so powerful and I recommend it to anyone who is into this subject.

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Jordan

When I saw the film, I was struck by the stunning photography of the two female nurses. The story was very moving. The film was very interesting and had a very powerful message. It was a very good film.

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Nancy

It's a really good documentary. I think it's a great movie that shows the difference between what we say and what we actually do. I really liked it, I thought it was very well put together and it was very nice to see how the different cultures were portrayed. It's a very interesting movie to watch and it is very well put together. It's a movie that has a lot of heart and a lot of heart. I really recommend it. It's a really great documentary.

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Kelly S.

I'm sorry to say that I watched this movie at the Toronto Film Festival and it was a great experience. The story, the soundtrack, the directing, the acting, the production, the cinematography, the photography. I was blown away. The entire thing was shot in a gorgeous, grainy, dark, atmospheric way. The only problem is that it's a very long movie. It runs about an hour and a half, but it doesn't feel that long. It is a very serious subject matter, but it's handled in a very sensitive way. I love how it's not a movie you can easily dismiss, but it's not a movie that you can easily dismiss either. It's very moving and it's very important. It's a good movie that's worth seeing. I highly recommend this movie.