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Burden is a movie starring Chris Burden, Marina Abramovic, and Vito Acconci. A probing portrait of Chris Burden, an artist who took creative expression to the limits and risked his life in the name of art.

Other Titles
Chris Burden - portret artysty, Chris Burden: Double Bind
Running Time
1 hours 28 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, Biography
Richard Dewey, Timothy Marrinan
Larry Bell, Marina Abramovic, Vito Acconci, Chris Burden
Belgium, UK, USA, Sweden
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A probing portrait of Chris Burden, an artist who took creative expression to the limits and risked his life in the name of art.

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Catherine E.

The documentary, "Burden: The Untold Story of the Dixie Chicks", chronicles the tragic story of the tragic story of the Dixie Chicks. The documentary begins with a tour of the Dixie Chicks' hometown in Mississippi and the decision of the band members to leave the band. They went on to make several records and played in several famous groups including Ozzy Osbourne, Led Zeppelin, The Animals, and The Police. However, their music and the Dixie Chicks' were lost forever. The documentary was made in 2004 by the band members themselves, who were aware of their tragic situation and decided to share their story. This documentary is an emotional roller-coaster that will leave you speechless. You will not be able to take your eyes off the screen. I think that the best part of the documentary was the music. It is amazing how the music and the people's lives were intertwined. The Dixie Chicks' music has changed the way that many of the country music groups were created. The Dixie Chicks are considered one of the most popular country groups and their music is still being performed and listened to today. The documentary also shows the pain and anger that the band members were going through, and the way that their music affected their lives. This documentary is an incredible story of a band that is forever changed and will always be remembered.

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This documentary does a great job of showing the toll of child labor on American communities. It also shows the many ways that the children of this country are abused, and the often fruitless attempts to help them. One can only hope that more children are not treated like animals. While there are certainly some cases of child abuse, the children in this film are not the type of children that you would want to raise. These children are real people with families and hopes that one day they will be able to go out on their own. I was struck by the similarities between this film and a previous documentary I saw on the same subject. I believe that this documentary is a must-see for everyone who cares about the welfare of children.

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Katherine Sims

As a college student, I was exposed to the horrors of the Vietnam War. But I had never really heard about the torture and killing of the Vietnamese. The documentary, "War is a Lie" tells the story of a young American soldier, Sgt. J.T. Odum, who defected to South Vietnam and was then captured by the Viet Cong. He was tortured and killed. This documentary documents his story and what happened to him. The documentary is incredibly powerful. It is an incredible story and really shows the cruelty of the war. This documentary really shows the inhumanity of the war and the horrors of war. This is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. The film was produced by the Associated Press and the Associated Press was the one that was responsible for the documentary. I recommend this documentary to everyone. This is a must see. This documentary will make you think and change your mind.

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Howard W.

When you think about the works of Robert Frost, you think of a poetic genius. In the end, he was a very good poet and I have to say that this documentary was really a beautiful work. It's about Frost and his poetry, but it's also about the beauty of the land and the beauty of the mountain. I think that this documentary really captured the essence of Frost's poetry. I'm glad that I watched it, because I really liked it.

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Rachel Cruz

If you like documentaries that are very good, and you don't mind seeing them, you should see "Burden". "Burden" is a documentary that will change your life. It tells the story of three women who, through a show of strength and determination, have broken the world record for endurance in the marathon, and have been awarded the American Order of Merit, which is awarded to people who have given their lives for the country, and to honor people who have given their lives for the country. The documentary also tells the story of how one of the women, Jill, had to become a runner in order to keep her foot in the door of the women's marathon, and how she went from a simple runner to a runner who had to take the first steps to becoming a marathon runner. This documentary is a must-see for anyone who likes documentaries that are great and a must-see for anyone who wants to know about the women who are making history.

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Beverly Stewart

I am not going to lie, I had never heard of Cesar Chavez until I saw this documentary. I'm glad I did. This is an interesting, informative, and inspiring look at Cesar Chavez and the struggles he faced and continues to face. The film focuses on the 1970's, the times of the struggle for labor rights, and how Chavez and his allies fought for these rights. The film does a good job of explaining the struggles and the sacrifices that Chavez and his supporters had to make to achieve these rights. It also goes into the reasons why some people did not support Chavez. There are a few scenes that I found to be a bit disjointed, and I thought that the ending of the film was a bit abrupt. It seemed to me that the film should have gone on for another two hours, and I felt that the last ten minutes of the film could have been put together better. The movie is worth watching, and it is well worth the money to buy a DVD of it. It is an important movie, and it should be shown to every person who is interested in the struggle for human rights. I give it a 9 out of 10.

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Jessica Baker

This documentary is the best documentary I have ever seen. It is the most comprehensive account of the life and times of John Lennon and his band The Beatles. The film is extremely well done, it's a real work of art. The only thing that was missing was a soundtrack, but this documentary is definitely worth a listen. The documentary is about the most important time in Lennon's life, the time that he met the people he loved, the time that he was a rebel, the time that he was a human being. It is a very well done documentary, I am going to see it again.

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This is the best documentary I've ever seen. I was expecting a boring documentary, but this was so much more. The information was so accurate, it's almost like it was right in front of me. I felt like I was a part of the story. I was so moved by the story that I was crying. I couldn't believe how much I loved this documentary. It's not only about the woman, it's about the people who are in the documentary, and the people who helped her. I'm so happy that this documentary is so popular, and that so many people can relate to it. I hope that more people will see it, and that more people will learn from this story. I love the way the documentary was shot, it was so beautiful, and the way it was put together was amazing. I think that this documentary should be shown in schools, because it's important for people to know that there are people like this, and that they are there to help people, not just to make money. I'm so glad that people can see this, and learn from it. I hope that more people will see this documentary, and learn from it.

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I have been following the work of Adam Johnson, the director of this film for many years. I first saw his film, "The Prince of Egypt," in the early 1990s and was very impressed. I think his films are generally excellent and "Burden" is no exception. I have enjoyed the film's "bible" the most. I have also enjoyed the many other documentaries about the history of Israel and the Jewish people that have been produced. But this film is different. It is not a documentary. It is a documentary on the Holocaust. The film opens with footage of the atrocities committed against the Jews by the Nazis and follows the stories of four survivors of the Holocaust. It is fascinating to see the three children of one of the survivors. They are clearly Jewish, but they speak with a unique accent that makes them appear more Jewish than they are. This accent is accentuated by the fact that they are filmed from a variety of angles. The film also follows the work of the Holocaust survivors and the children of the survivors. There is a very powerful scene where one of the children is sitting in his mother's living room and sees his mother's face reflected in a mirror. He tells his mother that he is afraid that he will never see her again. The scene is extremely powerful and I found myself weeping. This is an excellent film. I highly recommend it. It is well worth watching.

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Kathryn Alvarez

I can't believe this movie has received so little publicity. I think it's a great movie and a great film. I have to say that I'm a huge fan of The Thin Red Line, but I never really liked this movie. I think that the story is just too tragic and depressing. I think that this movie should have received more publicity. It is a great film and I highly recommend it.

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Keith Wells

I'm a bit skeptical about the rating this movie is getting. I'm sure it's not fair to expect people to sit through a full length documentary about the whole experience of the documentary, but I think the movie is worth seeing. It's a long movie, but it's worth it. I was amazed at how much I could take from it. I'm not a huge fan of the political left, but this movie gave me a whole new perspective on what it is to be a leftist. I'm not a leftist by any means, but this movie made me understand that I'm not alone. I think this movie is a must see for anyone who is not a leftist.

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I was skeptical about watching this documentary, but I ended up liking it a lot more than I thought I would. I thought the director did a great job of taking a relatively boring subject and making it interesting. I felt like I was watching the inside of a family, and the way they handled their business was interesting. I think that this documentary would be a good introduction for people who are interested in the same thing I am. I feel like I learned a lot more about how the family handled their business and how they dealt with the money. I also learned that I could trust my family and that they would not lie to me, which was a huge surprise. I really recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in learning more about how a family handles their business.

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John H.

I'm a huge fan of documentaries. I have watched them for years. I have also been fascinated by the people who made them. I watched this documentary about the people who made the documentary about the documentary. The film is very well done. I was very impressed by the way the people talked about their experiences. They were very passionate about what they were doing. The documentary is very well done. I recommend it to anyone who loves documentaries. I would give it a 10/10.

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Jacqueline Little

This is a very interesting documentary, with lots of good information on the history of the Christian denomination. I thought it was very well done. The director did a great job of making it very understandable. The same is true of the music. There is lots of great music, and the director did a great job of keeping the music interesting and moving. I think this is a very good documentary that anyone can watch and enjoy. I think this is the best documentary I have seen in a long time.

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David Delgado

I was not sure what to expect when I decided to watch this movie. I had seen the trailer and was intrigued by the idea of a documentary about a couple who were in the midst of a divorce. I am a huge fan of the 60's era and I loved the way the story unfolded. The soundtrack was great and the acting was very believable. I was surprised that the majority of the people who were interviewed were not Hollywood stars. They were ordinary people and the movie was a great way to get to know them. I recommend this movie to anyone who wants to know more about the 60's and the people who lived in it.

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Richard Lee

I saw this film last night and I can't get over how powerful it was. It really touched me. The way the filmmaker portrayed the lives of the people he met on the road and how he interacted with them was so moving. It really got me thinking about how I interact with people. I don't really know how to describe this film, but it is a must see for anyone who wants to be a better person. The documentary was very well done and the filmmaker was very well casted. I really can't recommend this film enough. I am truly grateful for the people that made this documentary possible.

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I was fortunate enough to see this film at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival, and I can honestly say that it was an eye opener. Although this film is not perfect, it is a true testament to the quality of film-making. In a time when the major studios have decided to let the independent film community take over the world, this film proves that independent films are just as good as big-budget movies. The film itself is a must see for anyone interested in the history of film. The acting is amazing, and the direction is a joy to watch. I highly recommend this film to anyone interested in the history of film.

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Mildred Nguyen

I'm a fan of the documentary "Blackwater" and I was very pleased to see this film. It was very well done and I was especially impressed with the interviews with the people who worked on the project. This is a film that will be very helpful to the public. I thought the filmmakers did a very good job of describing the problems that occurred during the Gulf War and the people who were involved in the project. They were able to show the people involved, their feelings about what they were doing, and how they felt about it. The film was very informative and showed the reality of what was happening in the Gulf War. I thought the interviewees were very honest and very honest. They were very candid and showed that they were very concerned about what was going on and how they felt about what was going on. They were very honest and did not sugar coat what was going on. I thought the film was very well done and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in the Gulf War.

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Maria Hoffman

A very interesting documentary about the struggle of a woman who is a social worker who is part of a group that is trying to help people in their last days, and also to help them get through the final stages of their lives. She has to get through the "welcome to the family" phase, the "you have a day to live" phase, and the "you're not ready for this" phase. She has to be able to deal with the anger, the depression, the sadness, and the fear that these people are feeling. I really enjoyed this film, and I hope that it will be shown more often.

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This is the best documentary I have ever seen. I was a little skeptical at first, but I was pleasantly surprised. The stories were so powerful, and the timing of the stories was perfect. The way that they were connected, and the way that the stories were told, was so well done. I don't think I will ever forget this documentary. I hope it is seen by as many people as possible. I highly recommend it to everyone. It is truly a must see.