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Restless Creature: Wendy Whelan

Restless Creature: Wendy Whelan is a movie starring Peter Martins, David Prottas, and Wendy Whelan. Documentary on the great American Ballerina Wendy Whelan

Running Time
1 hours 30 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Linda Saffire, Adam Schlesinger
Actors
David Prottas, Peter Martins, Wendy Whelan
Country
USA
Year
2016
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Documentary on the great American Ballerina Wendy Whelan

Comments about documentary «Restless Creature: Wendy Whelan» (27)

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Thomas J.

This documentary on Wendy Whelan is a must-see for anyone who has any interest in the story of her life and her art. Whelan is one of the most fascinating and fascinatingly talented women I have ever come across. Her work is truly exceptional, and her life is an inspirational one. Her story is truly inspiring. I find it so sad that the world is unaware of her incredible life and talent. Wendy is a truly remarkable human being and she is one of the most beautiful, inspiring, and amazing women I have ever come across.

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Janice G.

I really enjoyed this documentary and found it to be a very insightful look at one of the world's oldest religions. As a devout Christian I was pleased to see that there were no Christian actors in this movie. If there were, the film would have been much more effective. The only negative I found was that it seemed to take a little too long to show the details of the Bible story. There is one part of the story that is repeated over and over again. As a result I did not understand all of it until I saw this film. The story of Jesus was told in the original language of the Bible, as it was written, not in the movie language as the directors of the film would have you believe. The Bible is a richly written and beautiful book. I look forward to seeing the director's next movie.

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Julie H.

I was excited to see this documentary when it came out. It's funny, it's funny, it's funny. I'm also surprised at the amount of people who say they didn't like it, saying they were too young to be interested in or not understanding the meaning of the film. This movie is not only an educational piece but an emotional one. This documentary is a great way to introduce children to the movie and to show the film for what it is. It shows a wide variety of animals, including dogs, cats, guinea pigs, and even a baby elephant, and gives a better understanding of the many different types of animals we see in nature. One of the most amazing things about the documentary is that it shows the difference between what we see in nature and what we see in our own minds. It shows that what we see isn't always what we think it is. It shows how people can be deceived into thinking something is a different animal or different species, or that it is dangerous. In my opinion, this documentary is an excellent way to teach children about animals and how they are different from us. It can also teach children to love and accept different animals. It also shows us that animals have feelings, like you or I. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about animals and the different kinds of animals.

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Eugene Burton

This is a film about a very strange creature, the Loach who lives in the lochs of Scotland, and is in the process of being transferred to the lochs of Cornwall. The lochs are very similar to the lochs of Scotland. This film is a must see for people who like films about strange things.

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Teresa G.

I remember when I was about six, and my dad took me to see this movie, which I didn't even understand. I had to watch it over and over, and my father was very disappointed. He said it was boring and he wanted to stop it. I said to my dad, "Let's watch it again." I was shocked when it was over. My dad had forgotten how good this movie was. It was the most interesting movie I've ever seen, and I'm sure that will always be a favorite. I think it's a great movie, and I always watch it when I have time. My favorite part is the end, when the whole family was sitting around in a circle. I think that's one of the most beautiful scenes ever.

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Maria

A masterpiece. I had the privilege of seeing this film at the California Institute of the Arts, and it was nothing short of amazing. If you're a fan of Neil Gaiman, or just want to know more about the book, I highly recommend this film. I am in awe of the craftsmanship that went into this film, and I can't wait to see it again. The cast was incredible. The animation was first-rate, the acting was incredible, the story was all too believable. It was the best movie I have seen this year, and I've seen so many amazing films in my time. I am now going to go out and buy the DVD and watch it multiple times. I've already read the book and will be reading it again, and I will definitely be buying the book when it comes out. I hope this movie makes it to theaters, because I'm definitely going to be seeing it again.

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Martha Miller

Wendy Whelan's short film "Undeadly at Home" is a very good film about what happens to a child in the world of the undead. The "Undeadly" part is, of course, a reference to the zombie movie genre. But, "Undeadly" is a much more serious film than the typical zombie movie. While zombies are often portrayed as either "lazy" or "stupid" creatures, "Undeadly" shows us a little of the life that they lead. Wendy Whelan's short film, "Undeadly at Home", is an excellent film to introduce a lot of people to the undead. Not only is it an excellent film, it is a must see for anyone who loves to see the undead as they really are. In fact, I'd say it is one of the best zombie films that I have ever seen. If you like zombie movies, you'll definitely enjoy this one. My rating: 9/10

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Russell

I am a very big fan of Wendy. She is one of the very few professional filmmakers in the world today who actually makes films that can be watched by everyone. Her films are real and honest, and people should see them, especially if they are trying to get into filmmaking. Her films are the best examples of what it means to make a good film. Her documentaries are the best examples of what a documentary is. I have seen her films and they are great. Her film about the making of the movie that won an Academy Award, The Butterfly Effect, is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. I don't think I have ever seen a documentary that was as real as this one. She is the real deal. If you want to see a real documentary then see this movie.

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Tiffany G.

This is an excellent documentary. As a life long fan of the horror genre, I was both entertained and inspired by this film. I recommend this film to anyone who loves to watch movies that are different than what they are used to. I also would recommend this film to people who like to watch documentaries about horror movies. I will be seeing this film again and again.

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Helen

Wendy Whelan's work is nothing short of remarkable. This documentary, which focuses on her documentary about the shooting of "Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind" is just as incredible as the movie itself. The director goes into detail about the day-to-day work of her director of photography, as well as about the film itself. She also goes into detail about the creative process behind the movie and the person behind the camera. There is no way to put into words how amazing this film is, and you'll either love it or hate it. If you're a fan of "Eternal Sunshine", I highly recommend this film to you. The thing that makes this film so special is the fact that it is so different than anything else. "Eternal Sunshine" was simply a film about a couple with a crazy idea. "Wendy Whelan's" is a documentary about a documentary about a documentary. The director is a very talented woman and I can't say enough about how great she is. I recommend this film to everyone. It's a very sad story, but you'll be amazed at how much of a wonderful film this is.

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Crystal

This is one of the few documentaries I have ever seen about the homeless, and it really makes you think about the idea that homelessness is a problem and not just a one-off "issue". This documentary also shows the various ways that the homeless can get by and get out of a life of poverty and desperation. If you can, go see this movie.

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Randy

Wendy Whelan is a wonderful woman. She is a master storyteller. She has worked on numerous projects for the BBC, BBC3, and many others. She has taught many art classes for children and adults. She is one of the world's leading experts on the book: "Wendy Whelan: The Woman Who Never Gave Up" and she has the story to tell and the courage to tell it. Wendy has also been a successful writer and has had her stories published in the New York Times, as well as in other publications. The success of her book is due to the deep devotion of her parents, who have always been supportive of her. Her life was always a struggle and she was never happy. Her story is so moving that it has touched so many people and will touch others in the years to come. I highly recommend it to everyone. I can't believe that so many people don't know about this wonderful story. It is a must see for everyone.

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Richard

This is a very well made and very well done documentary on Wendy Whelan. The film is very clear and easy to understand. The film is about the struggles Wendy faced after her husband of 16 years died of a stroke. She and her husband John, a first time father, were in a state of shock. The story of the pain she went through after her husband died is very clear. It was a difficult time for her and she does not shy away from the details. It is a very clear film. The director does a great job at bringing the story of Wendy to the audience. The music is great and the photography is great. It is a very well done documentary on a very powerful woman. She is a true story and this film is about her.

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James

This documentary is a very powerful and emotional one. I don't understand how people can say that it's a documentary and then not talk about it. The documentary shows how much Whelan's family and friends have suffered from her condition and how they have fought for years to get her the help she needed. The documentary doesn't just show how Wendy's condition affected her, but it also shows how her family and friends have tried to help her and even become her medical team. This documentary will definitely touch the hearts of anyone who watches it. It shows the painful reality of someone with a rare condition, and how it affects all those around her. It also shows how much Wendy's family and friends have fought for years to get her the help she needed. This documentary is a very powerful and emotional one.

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Donna W.

I would recommend this documentary to anyone with a penchant for animals. I found the movie to be educational, funny, and just plain entertaining. The DVD is loaded with the full cast and crew of the movie. I watched it at home, and could not get enough of it. The movie is the story of an animal lover and his dog who do a little "mooching" in the desert. The dog is a Beagle, who the two bond over. In return, they do their share of "mooching" and love. I love animals and I find this story to be very relatable. I highly recommend this movie for anyone who has a love for animals.

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Sara Bradley

I saw this movie recently at a local cinema. This movie is the reason why I decided to rent a DVD of all the classics from my childhood, and a new movie. The special effects were good. I had no idea about the guy who made the film, and I thought it was a really nice movie. The acting is also really good. I especially like the voice of the guy who plays the main character, he is really funny and awesome. But I like the other characters too. It's hard to find a good story for this movie, and I think the story was not too important. I don't think it was very important to tell this movie's story. It was very touching. But the best thing of the movie is the music. It was really amazing. I have a good feeling about this movie, I hope that the sequel will be good. I also like the other movies in this movie series. The part of Wendy Whelan is very good. I hope that this movie will be in my collection of DVD's. I also think that this movie is the reason why I decided to rent a DVD of all the classics from my childhood, and a new movie.

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Patricia L.

I just saw this movie on Lifetime and I have to say it's one of the best movies I've ever seen. I am a huge fan of Wendy, who has been a major influence on my life. She is a very sweet, hard-working woman and her story is one of the most inspirational I've ever seen. I recommend this movie to anyone, because the message it conveys is not to be afraid of your weaknesses and failures, but to just be happy in your life, and to be the best that you can be. I highly recommend this movie to anyone, because it will give you hope and confidence.

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Brittany Richards

I loved this film, and for a good reason. It is not a documentary, it is a portrait of a family and its members. The images are beautiful, and the performances are wonderful. Some of the scenes are so genuine, and there is so much to enjoy. I was deeply moved and moved to tears. I have seen it twice now, and I think it is a must see for everyone. It is a beautiful film, and it is a film to be shared. It is not a documentary, but it is a portrait of a family, and it is a powerful film. I have also learned a lot about the history of the family from this film, and the lessons it teaches about our family. I highly recommend this film to everyone.

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Debra G.

I saw this documentary a few years ago and now I have had the opportunity to review it again. The director, Cathy G. Hill, is a very accomplished documentary maker. The editing is superb, and the narrative flow is not confusing. The main issue is with the length of the documentary. It is too long. The first hour is a mixture of interviews with Wendy Whelan and her husband, who we see in the beginning of the documentary. Wendy Whelan was a very important figure in the history of the United States, as a teacher, pioneer of the National Women's Bible Society, and a leading voice in the anti-lynching movement. The story goes on to show her moving to Canada and being taken by the Klan. The Klan never seemed to take the life of its leader seriously, and so she left the organization. During this time, she became involved in the anti-lynching movement, and she was soon an expert witness in a case that the Klan was involved in. This documentary is quite fascinating. There are some great interviews with her former Klan members, and some great insights into the history of the KKK. The documentary was edited very well, and it moves along at a good pace. I was particularly impressed with the interviews with ex-Klan members, who are shown in the documentary to have been present in the 1920s when the KKK was at its peak. All in all, I would recommend this documentary to any historian, or anyone who has had a chance to review it.

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Gary

A truly touching documentary, that I have watched many times since its initial release, about a real woman that you see in the film. I hope that the film gets wider distribution. I personally feel that this is not only an important issue, but it's the reason that my faith is so strong. She has been to every single church in the city and has never been afraid of going to any other church. She is the reason why I am so passionate about being a Christian. I think that the film is great for the viewer to see the world in a different light, and the end of the film is extremely emotional and moving. I think that everyone should watch this film and I hope that it gets wider distribution.

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Christine Roberts

One of the most beautiful things about this film is how it is narrated. Through the lens of Wendy Whelan's natural beauty, it is very easy to feel the pain and fear that Wendy has. In this interview Wendy talks about her own childhood and how she was abused by her father and how she tried to escape but ended up in a foster home. The thing that is also striking is the way in which the film is narrated. Wendy describes what happens to her and her sisters in very graphic detail. It is a very powerful documentary that has a lot to say about the abuse of children and the way in which it is ignored by the system. It is really an incredible piece of work that really deserves to be seen and heard by people. I'm not sure whether I would recommend this film to people because I know that it is very difficult to watch it and understand it. But the idea is so powerful that it should be seen and understood. It is worth it.

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Crystal J.

Wendy Whelan, born in a Victorian family in Suffolk, England, is a poet, novelist and critic. Her work has been translated into forty-two languages, and her stories have been turned into films, theatre plays, and operas. Her work has been shown at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C., and the New York Public Library and The Museum of the Moving Image in New York. Her work has been published in nineteen books, including the acclaimed "Movies and the End of History" (1994) with David Foster Wallace and J.H. Cooney, and "In Pictures: Films and the End of the Human Story" (1999) with Michel Gondry and Tom Bateman. Wendy is a leading figure in the English New Wave of the 1970s. She was the co-founder of the radical literary magazine The New Critic, and in the early 1980s founded the radical literary group The New York Review of Books. Her long-running novel "Cecilia" was translated into eleven languages. In 1991 she won the Nobel Prize in Literature. This film is an examination of the creative process and its repercussions, particularly in the artistic life of Wendy Whelan. The film is divided into three segments. The first part is a broad exploration of Wendy's life, her work, and her influences. It includes interviews with her friends, teachers, critics, and neighbors. The second part is a discussion of the many different artistic styles of Wendy, including art-house films, experimental film, and the movement of the disc. The third part is a discussion of Wendy's work and her work's influence on other artists. These discussions are interspersed with interviews with artists who worked with her, and with people who helped her. The film is organized by topic and is primarily an exploration of the creative process and the implications of art for the creative process itself. However, in several places in the film it is clear that the filmmaker is interested in the visual aspects of art, including the creative process itself. The film is not all that exciting, but it is certainly worth seeing.

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Mildred

I was quite surprised to see the number of people who rated this film as good or even great. I am not one of those people, but I can say that this film is quite well done. I would say that this film is the best I have ever seen on the subject of puppetry. I am not a puppeteer and I do not know what it is like to do the puppets, but I can say that the acting is superb and the story is very interesting. It is hard to get a good look at the puppets and the puppeteers, but the film is worth watching.

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Tammy Fowler

This documentary is a bit slow moving, but I was hoping to learn more about the origin of the word "Wendy" as well as the history of the "Wendy" toy company. I was pleased to learn that the "Wendy" company was founded by a couple who were trying to invent a way to "improve" the quality of toys. The company's name was inspired by a woman's name that was not used in the industry. The story is told in a very poetic way, which makes it all the more interesting to learn about the company and the history behind it. I liked the way the story was told and I liked the way the company was presented. The documentary was very informative and well worth watching.

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Tiffany Griffin

I found this documentary to be interesting, but a bit too "too-close" for my taste. It's not the most subtle, but I found it to be well-paced and well-edited. It's a bit more than an hour long, but it's well-done and I found it to be an interesting look at the history of the topic. I would have liked to have seen more information on the "artists" that were involved in this film, and I think that would have added some depth to the film. It would have been interesting to know what the filmmakers found interesting about the subjects. I think that this film is a good example of how a documentary should be made. It's well-done and has an interesting narrative. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in this subject. It's a great documentary that I would recommend.

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Ronald Ortiz

Wendy Whelan is a documentary filmmaker who is trying to make a documentary about her husband, James Whelan, who has Alzheimer's disease. In the process, she discovers that his dementia is not just confined to his head, but also affects his feet, his hands, and even his mouth. The film focuses on the relationship between the Whelans and the people who have been his friends and acquaintances. We see the Whelans as they talk to family members, friends, and even strangers about their memories of him. The documentary is not only about his memory, but also about his physical and mental state. This is not a film that you can just sit down and watch and enjoy. It is a film that requires some thought, and a lot of attention to detail. This is not a film for people who just want to watch a movie and forget about it. The film requires that you pay attention to the details and the events that take place. The Whelans' story is not just about their memories of him, but also about the effect that his dementia has had on their lives. They also talk about the many people who have had a connection with him, and they talk about how he has changed their lives. They also talk about how they have tried to get support from other family members and friends, and the efforts they have made to get him the care he needs. The Whelans' story is about a man who is losing his memory, and the people who have known him, and how they have tried to help him. This is a very emotional film, and it is worth watching. I recommend that you see it.

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Pamela Aguilar

A very well made documentary about the life of Wendy Whelan. I was never a fan of Wendy, but I thought that she was a very brave woman who stood up for herself and her family and for what she believed in. She did not let her faith get in the way of anything. She was an inspiration to me. I hope that others will find this documentary as inspiring as I did. I hope that Wendy is recognized for what she did for her family and for her beliefs.