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Love Goes Public

Dropout rates skyrocketing. Crime-ridden hallways. Drugs and teenage pregnancy rates rising. A revolving door of faculty and staff. An all-too-familiar American story, especially in Alabama's "Black Belt" where failing schools, systemic poverty, and a deficit of hope are as common as summer humidity. A decade ago, however, an unlikely, under-resourced, unprepared principal was asked to rescue a high school from chaos and closure. Principal Brelinda Sullen relied upon the two things she knew best: her own story and her deep faith. Filmed by an award-winning Cinematographer, Oscar-winning producer, and an executive producer with 40 years working alongside students, volunteers, and communities, LOVE GOES PUBLIC is an inspiring American story of what happens when a person's passionate faith meets a community's desperate need.

Running Time
1 hours 8 minutes
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Ryan Wise, Jason S. Edwards, Kevin J. Flannagan
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English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
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Alice Meyer

When the film was announced, many were very concerned about what the public would do with this movie. After seeing it, I'm glad that I wasn't. I'm glad I saw this movie, because it tells a compelling story and has good characters. I think most people were pleasantly surprised by it. I can't say it's great, but I thought it was fairly well done and didn't take any sides on any of the issues being discussed. It showed both sides of the issue of marijuana legalization, and the real reasons why it was being made illegal. I liked the way it talked about it's huge effects on the people who use it. People who didn't use marijuana, or those who did and were concerned about it's effect, were shown the world that it was terrible. It was a very well made film. I don't know what some people were expecting, but it seemed a bit biased in favor of pot users and against people who use it. They did a very good job of showing the pros and cons of the industry and the way it works. I'm glad that it was made and that I have seen it. I recommend it.

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In a less than auspicious year, The Waterboy is a rare experience that will be well-received by the critics and audiences alike. If the film doesn't have a strong hold on you, then it's likely you'll forget it the moment it's over. But if you can forgive the film for a lack of clear-cut point, then it's worth a watch. The Waterboy has a kind of indie art-house touch to it that is both inviting and refreshing. The tone is determined and self-critical, but at the same time it's very accessible, for both fans of documentaries and the general audience.

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Like many other viewers, I had a feeling that this was going to be another one of those documentaries about student activists in Europe that were after the lecture for their peers. What it turned out to be was more of a look at student protests and the people who protest them. While I thought the look of this documentary was great, I think that if the film had a better editing it could have been much more powerful. It's the documentary like the three movies of the same name that would be my pick for documentaries of the year. All three films are excellent documentaries, but the acting in the third film is the weakest, and they get away with it because of the actors. If they had better actors in the film it would have been an amazing documentary.

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I am a big fan of the independent film industry. I have been to many shows, films, and festivals. I have been to many festivals. I have been to multiple festivals. This documentary was a real eye opener for me. I have been a bit of a nut for indie films but I never really saw it as a passion. But this film really made me think and helped me to understand the role of Indie filmmakers in the industry. It really opened my eyes. It took me through the stages of a film. I found that this documentary did a great job of capturing all of the stages that were used in the film and also showed what a lot of Indie films go through. I think this documentary was a great experience. It was also very entertaining. I highly recommend watching this documentary. It was a very interesting and informative documentary that will definitely be an eye opener. Also if you are a fan of Alex Cox you should definitely watch this documentary. I think that this documentary is a must see and definitely a must watch.

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Hannah Pearson

As a child I really did not get much of a connection with The Brady Bunch. Now, 15 years later, as an adult I still do not have a real attachment to the characters I grew up with. The memories of what it was like growing up in the early 50's are still with me. But I do know some of them. I still think I can relate to their personalities. I know how those kids lived their childhoods. As a filmmaker, I have found myself to be a large part of their story. And while I'm not a real fan of the show, I still feel like a huge fan of these kids. I've seen this documentary a few times, and I still find myself trying to relate to the characters as I watch it. The Brady Bunch was one of the first family oriented television shows in history, and they were certainly one of the first families of their time. For me, as an adult, the story is so strong that I can't help but relate to the characters as they journey through the decade. It's a wonderful story and a timeless story that everyone can relate to, especially if they've grown up in the era. And I don't just mean kids. As an adult I find the other actors and actresses in this documentary to be just as believable as the kids. They give a great performance, and are really more than just another kids. There's some great stuff in the film, and as with all documentaries, if you're really invested in the subject, it will still give you some great memories. You'll just want to watch it over and over again. I recommend this film to anyone, and especially to anyone who grew up in the 50's. The stories in this film are great and really move you.

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I saw the entire documentary and was truly moved by the story of Charlie and his struggle to come to terms with his dark side. I came away from the movie feeling for Charlie and more than anything wanting to help him in any way possible. I can't imagine anyone else's life or situation being this unbearable. Charlie was obviously suffering from this and having a rough time in his life. At first it was an unbearable struggle to have to deal with it, but I think in the end he came to understand it was necessary and it eventually turned out to be the best thing that ever happened to him. What I really liked about the film is the way the director laid out his story in a way that allowed the viewer to become involved in Charlie's story. In a way it was very similar to "The Family Man" with Kevin Kline and it shows a little bit of the same thing. You know at the beginning of the movie it's a guy that's struggling with his demons and you feel like you have to listen to his story and see it from his point of view. I think that's what the director did very well and in a way it gave the viewer more of a feeling of what it must have been like to live through this for Charlie and you really start to understand how horrible it must have been for him. He is truly a great human being, he is someone you want to get along with and just as you hear that "He's my brother" in the background of the song, you can almost feel how much you want to get to know him. I think this is definitely one of my favorite documentaries and it definitely gives the viewer a better feel for what life was like for Charlie when he was struggling and the struggle was also quite personal. It was not only the struggle to deal with this problem but the difficulty of dealing with the demons and the reactions that he had to them. It was a very emotional documentary and I think it really changed my perspective on a lot of things. I think it's one of those documentaries that should be seen by everybody.

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In my opinion, this is a very low budget film. It makes it look a lot better than it really is. It shows the simple but strong bond of friendship between two men and that it is not just friendship, but brotherhood and that it can be the glue to bring others around. But, I'm just so impressed with the lack of technical know-how, the lack of equipment used, the lack of money. In terms of being able to buy something that looks and sounds better than it really is, the crew really does their best with what they have. I really recommend this film to anyone who has the potential to feel a connection with another human being.

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Grace Franklin

I was lucky enough to be in the US for this film and I saw the "Pirate Cinema" screening, there was nothing there and no tickets and I have to say that I wasn't the only one in the theater that felt that way. But what I did see was an amazing piece of art. This film is the kind of documentary that gives the viewer the feel of how a film was made. This is why I believe that this film is the "Best documentary" of 2006. I can't find a single negative thing to say about this documentary. It makes you feel like you are in the movie, you are in the theater, and it is difficult to find a word to criticize about this film. I highly recommend this film to anyone who enjoys art and works of art, but it is definitely not something that will be done a million times to make you feel good.

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While this documentary may be just a footnote in the annals of fine cinema, it's worth watching because of its understated yet candid style. The filmmaker is Robert Greenwald, a writer and filmmaker who has been producing television documentaries for some time. He shows us a middling town in Texas, a small town in New Jersey, and a small town in Wisconsin. The point is to bring it all together, and so the questions that arose are central to the film. But I have to admit, the acting was also very good, although I did wonder about the reluctance of the community leaders to act against their neighbors who have been in this situation for years. I also had the feeling that a documentary like this, which has to have a narrator, does not always have to have one. There is a small narrator in this film. This helped me appreciate the tone of the documentary more. I think it helps the audience understand that it's not just this small town that is aghast at the violence and that they know all about it, but there is a larger region of the country where this is much more common. I do have one gripe with the film. I am a bit annoyed that these American cities have elected officials who are willing to stand up and be counted in their support of the NRA. I guess there are two positions in this country and one of them is from the NRA. This might not be a problem if the elected officials were all Democrats, but that's not the case. What I mean is that these elected officials are all Republicans. It seems to me that all these elected officials are beholden to the NRA. Why? It is very strange and in the end a bit disturbing to me. It reminds me of the president's staff being beholden to Wall Street and the pharmaceutical companies. And again, it is a bit puzzling. I just think it's a bit silly. I'm not saying this is a bad film. I just think that, for the sake of my time, I am going to make a list of these filmmakers I like and that I have seen and think they are worth watching.

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Debra Walker

This is a very good documentary about the issue of childhood abuse and how it affects families, children and the people who love them. It really gives a great insight to the problems and outcomes of childhood abuse. We find out that as children they were mistreated and then they were mistreated again and then again, and then they were mistreated in the adult world. The movie gives a good insight to the problems of the children who are victims of childhood abuse, and what is going on inside the victims' minds. It shows how their own children suffer the same abuse as their own children, and how they become paralyzed by fear and depression. There is a good balance in the movie between revealing the truth and the action of the people who are really hurting the children. This movie can be a bit scary for children because it can show some very ugly things, but it is a must see for everyone. For example, the abuse of children is shown as something that can happen to anyone, and in the end they go to war with the school system. It is all about the child, and what should be done to protect them. The children do not want to be the victim of child abuse. This movie can be a very good source for all the people who have a child or have a child that is in the child abuse situation.

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Rachel R.

I was expecting something more like a documentary, but instead I got a strange documentary. I never really felt like a docudrama was going to be any good, but the subject matter and the way it was put together really made me feel as though I was watching something that was important. The only thing that kept this from being more interesting was the fact that this was one of those documentaries that just doesn't give a fuck what you think about it. I didn't like that the film took a stance on a political topic, but it wasn't that I didn't like it, I just didn't agree with it. I guess the thing that I didn't like about it was that it didn't give a lot of the people involved a chance to really talk about what they were about, but I guess that's what makes it interesting. I also was never a big fan of the way that the film was put together, but that's probably just because I feel like it was trying to say too much and seemed to be trying too hard to show the people involved how important their work is. I don't know how to describe it, but I feel like the film was trying to say too much, and it really did. It felt like it was saying too much, but it was doing it in a way that I just didn't like. So I guess it's an okay documentary. It's one that I'll probably forget about, but it was decent.

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Jessica Wilson

The film's title, "Why U Got High" and the title of the film itself are the best thing about it. They provide the viewers with a clear-cut case of mistaken identity. This movie is not about drug use, but rather about drug addiction. After all, it's the drug user that has the problems of not having a workable job, or a stable relationship with one, or no love life. The main character in this movie, is, in fact, a drug addict. The film makers managed to show the symptoms and the signs of drug addiction, without making the movie too long. After all, it was a documentary film, so we get to know the character's problems, while we are watching. The picture in the end of the movie showed how drugs are harmful, and how they lead to mental instability, and even death. The movie clearly shows the dangers of drugs, without turning it into a light comedy. It is a very important thing, to keep the film moving in a certain direction, without changing the focus. I highly recommend it to all drug addicts and to people who are dealing with drug problems. Because, even if you're not addicted, you can still be affected by drugs, and by the way you react to drugs, you can become addicted.

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Movies about the Powerbrokers are a dime a dozen. The last one I had seen was "All That Jazz." The Powerbrokers is a little different, but it is good nonetheless. "Money and power are a double-edged sword," says Kate Taylor, who is the producer of the movie. The movie covers how the insiders in this movie use their wealth to corrupt the system. There are some questionable situations but it is a movie to watch. "Powerbrokers" is an interesting movie and very interesting film.

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I watched the movie last night on Netflix. The film was good for the most part. I am not a big fan of Dr. Phil, but I do enjoy seeing him in the film. He had a few good moments in it. I think it would have been more effective if he did more interviews with the prisoners. He spends more time with the inmates than he does with the people who try to reform them. The film really does a good job of telling this story of how not to do it. This film doesn't have a huge budget. The production was good for a low budget film. I do not think it was worth it to make the movie in California. The only time I would want to see it again is when I am in California. Overall I do think the movie was well done.

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In the end, I found myself asking: was it worth it? Sure it was. This movie was a big step forward in the reformation of social media and the loss of privacy. It was an important movie, and the ideas that the directors presented were very clear and hard to ignore. Unfortunately the movie was too short. I felt that there were some other important questions left unanswered, as well as some other actions that the directors should have had a little more research into before they made this film. However, the film was still a great watch and a great way to get a lot of information about what happens when we lose control of our digital life.

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Bryan Scott

As the most anti-gun movie, this one is right up there with the crap from Tom Dey. But it's also interesting to see how a truly terrible problem has actually been dealt with. The main problem with this movie is that it is so far down on the list of film makers that it's hard to find much good about it. Director Martin Lawrence, who has done a good job before, appears to be a bit of an actor to be used in this movie. And it's the real problem with this movie, the director has no apparent talent or vision to carry the movie. The very first scene of this movie was a laughable attempt at a "chick flick" that would never fly in any market. And the fact that so much of this movie is so-so, makes it difficult to believe that it was made by a person with any talent or vision. The only real saving grace to this movie is how good it is. The production values are high, the cinematography is outstanding, and the acting is solid. But the movie was so poorly made that it doesn't even deserve a recommendation.

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Victoria P.

This documentary is one of those documentaries that is intriguing and thought provoking. We see the struggle of these people to get money to get the medications they need. It is heartbreaking. Most of the families live in poverty. The documentary touches on many of the issues such as racism and sexism. The documentary does not glorify either of these issues. It does not show any sides. It shows people's problems and struggles. I found this documentary very interesting and thought provoking. I would recommend this to any audience.

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Dylan Aguilar

"I can't get it out of my head. This isn't a story about religious extremism. This is a story about the extreme, dark side of religion and what it can do to people's lives." - Michael Segal Director Vincent Harding, part of the director team that brought us the HBO documentary "Facing Free Fall" is back with a new documentary about the tragic violence and radicalization of young Americans who hold extreme and violent ideologies, namely, Islam. Harding, Michael David, and their team at the University of Wisconsin-Madison have decided to expand upon their documentary by looking at the violent acts committed by an Islamic group called the Holy Land Foundation (HFL). Harding has been very instrumental in bringing a documentary like this to the world, where its true purpose is to shine a light on the hidden, violent side of Islam. If it sounds like this documentary is giving a lot of information away, it is. But, in my opinion, the goal of this documentary is to show the true face of the Islamic religion and the violent ideology that is so often hidden under the surface. As far as I know, no one has ever been executed or even harmed by this organization, which is of course sad and hard to believe, but it is a fact. But as far as we know, this group is not the only one to be a part of this extremist and violent sect, as it also has its extremist and violent followers and recruiters. When you look at the faces of the HFL, you can really see the hate and the hatefulness that they have, which comes from their beliefs. What do we see in this documentary? We see the violent acts of the organization, we see the methods that they use to convince people, and we see the young men who join this organization. We also see the hatred and the dark side of Islam, which can also be found in the extremist views and extremist practices that they have. You will see them literally brandish their guns, stand next to them, and shout things like "Muslims will never be free, Muslims are the cause of all of our problems!" But, this is not just about this organization. This is about every extremist group, every radical group. I guess that's the message that the documentary was trying to convey. The documentary was very well-made and the subjects were very well-handled, as well as the facts. The documentary is very informative, as well as informative and informative. I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the violent ideology that is of this religion. This documentary is not meant to be an anti-Islamic movie, because I think the way that the documentary is made, its just another one of the many of these films that have been released recently that have been very well-made and informative. In my opinion, this documentary does a good job at showing the true face of the Islamic religion and it's violent ideology, and its dark side. It was very well-made and informative and it

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Scott W.

I liked the documentary but I think it would be better with an introduction and description of the three main witnesses to the program. The story in the documentary is more interesting than the film itself. What do you think?

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The majority of the movie centers around Jane Fonda, her life, her career, and her work with the Human Rights Campaign. I thought the documentary was interesting, and even when I didn't agree with the message, I still found it interesting. Fonda talks about how she sees her job as a public relations expert, but she also talks about the politics of her job. We get to see her talk about why she's there, and why she's passionate about this issue. We also get to see how her work in the Human Rights Campaign affects her personal life, and how much her work has influenced her life. I thought the movie was interesting, and I'd recommend it.

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While the viewer is never truly in a position to know exactly what the public knew or thought about a topic or actor, this film provides an interesting look at what some of the most well-known and controversial people in Hollywood thought about the subject at hand. They all believed there was a conspiracy. While some said it was hard to believe, some said it was obvious. And then there were the people who believed they were doing the right thing. This film shows that even the most influential and influential people in Hollywood are not necessarily always right. The second half of this film is largely devoted to discussing the public's reaction to it and the opinions of the different types of people who were involved. For example, some said that the public was just paranoid and didn't know what was going on, while others said that they were being forced to confront the real truth. It also showed how different types of people in the media were reacting. Some were thrilled to see the movie and wanted to give the director a positive review. Other people said they were disappointed in the movie because they didn't understand it, and they wanted to know what the movie really had to do with their lives. Others were disappointed that the director and the actors made no attempt to inform them of the truth. They said that the documentary was too heavily biased and that they were not presented with enough facts to back up what they were saying. Finally, there were some who didn't think it was accurate at all and that the director and the actors were trying to portray the truth. In conclusion, this film was insightful and informative. It was also engaging and entertaining. It is not a particularly great film, but it does a good job of showing the public's reaction to the allegations and then asking the questions that were raised. I would recommend it to anyone who has been interested in a political scandal in the past twenty years or is curious about the reactions of the various types of people involved.

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This documentary is about one man and his struggle with the passage of the new anti-sodomy law. A good documentary for all gay and lesbian people who are concerned about their own personal lives. It's not about sex in general or homosexuality per se. It's about the struggle between desire and fear. That's not a bad thing. I think it's what gives this film its resonance.

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Michael S.

The documentary comes at a time when financial institutions are in the process of dismantling themselves. So for the uninitiated, it may be useful to know what the film is all about. Director James Gartner (director of the amazing documentary Bitter Pill, a documentary about the drug epidemic) has a vision of what might be a Wall Street in a day of burning down buildings, looting its own employees, and hiring non-union "good" employees to strip-mine the company's operations. In the process, the audience is treated to the story of how one small Wall Street firm changed its culture from one of greed to one of integrity. This documentary is designed to be a wake-up call for those of us who love the American Dream. If Wall Street can be re-organized to be more ethical and compassionate, then maybe, just maybe, we can re-build our nation.