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In Loco Parentis

In Loco Parentis is a movie starring Dermot Dix, Amanda Leyden, and John Leyden. Long careers are drawing to a close for John and Amanda, who teach Latin, English, and guitar at a stately home-turned-school, where they are legends...

Other Titles
Az Emberarcú Iskola, School Life, Szkoła życia, A Kind of Magic, une année pour grandir
Running Time
1 hours 39 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Neasa Ní Chianáin, David Rane
David Rane, Neasa Ní Chianáin
John Leyden, Amanda Leyden, Dermot Dix
Spain, Ireland
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Long careers are drawing to a close for John and Amanda, who teach Latin, English, and guitar at a stately home-turned-school, where they are legends with a mantra: "Reading. 'Rithmetic. Rock 'n' roll!" But leaving is the hardest lesson.

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Ruth Douglas

A fascinating and compelling documentary about the human-animal bond. In the 1980s, when the idea of saving or re-homing abandoned or abandoned children became a hot topic, many were inspired to take matters into their own hands. The result is an amazing and heart-breaking documentary about the people who have done so. The children, many of whom were born at the same time, are interviewed by the director, who asks them about their lives, their relationships with their adoptive parents, and their experiences in boarding schools, adoption agencies, and foster homes. The result is a rich, personal and beautiful portrait of people who have made an enormous sacrifice in order to bring hope to those children who have lost their parents or who have had to live a life of hardship or despair, only to find a loving, caring and committed adult at the other end. In addition to the interviews, we also see a large collection of archival footage of various families and orphanages, including the stories of a few foster homes and agencies. Most of the children are clearly identifying with their parents, even if they were adopted as children, and the director does an amazing job of making the viewer feel like they are the parent. I saw this documentary a year and a half ago, and I was reminded of it almost every day, which is pretty incredible. It's not a film I will watch a lot, but if you enjoy documentaries about the human-animal bond, this one is definitely worth a look.

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Since "Locke" was released, the Academy Awards have been filled with Oscar material for certain movies. But none of them were as great as "Locke" (also known as "Collateral Damage"). The movie stars Tom Hardy as Mark Boone, a man who goes back in time to protect a girl from a serial killer. This movie is not for everyone. It's not for anyone that wants a realistic story. It's not for anyone that wants to see a great movie. But for the people that want to see a film that they can easily relate to and learn from, this is the movie for you. The thing that separates this movie from other action movies is that the story is very original. It's not just an action movie, it's not just an action movie with some action. It's not just a love story. It's a very emotional story. But what I love about this movie is that the movie is not just about a story. It's about a whole bunch of characters and the relationships they have with each other. I really think this movie has to be watched more than once. It's a great movie and it deserves more than one viewing.

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Douglas Hamilton

As I'm not a fan of documentaries, I was somewhat nervous when I sat down to watch this one. The documentary style has already been used to great effect in other films, like Se7en. But it was really the emotional scenes that grabbed me and kept me on the edge of my seat. Not because I was sad, or felt for the characters, but because I was in complete awe of how people in real life act. It's hard to watch, especially when the two main characters (the protagonist and his step-father) are acting like idiots. They just don't seem like the kind of people you'd want to have to share a room with. And you can't help but feel for the characters when you watch them. There's also a great line in the movie that speaks to the relationship between a father and his son. And it's perfectly directed: "You can't blame the father, you blame the son."

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In the movie, the director/writer Michael Haneke had chosen to include a lot of information about his main character in his own words, and it was a great idea. However, the director did not get very close to the character of Joachim Sauckel, a German man who tried to save a small family from the Nazis. This is a topic I have never seen dealt with before in a very powerful way. Joachim Sauckel is one of the most significant people in the history of the Holocaust. When he was a child, he had no knowledge of the Holocaust, and now that he is a man, he is still a prisoner in the camp where the Nazis set up their concentration camp. This is the second documentary in a series of films by the director, about a character of this type. The first one is "Under the Bed", which is also about the person of the main character, who is not a good person. The director chose to make this one a little more personal, and he did a great job. The scenes in the apartment of Sauckel are very touching, and the overall effect is very effective. The film was produced by the director himself, and it is very nice to see that it is shot in Germany, and by people who really know the people involved. The main actor is great, the way he makes us feel his pain, and the way he responds to his interrogators. There is a scene where he is getting into a taxi and the driver is questioning him, and the conversation goes in this way: "When you are on the train you feel like you are in the concentration camp". It is a very powerful scene. It is the most touching scene in the movie. Overall, the director did a great job in showing us the real side of the people who died at the camps, and it is a great piece of art. There is no doubt that the subject is very important, and I do not think that it should be hidden away. I recommend this film to anyone who has any interest in history. It is very powerful and is very well made. It is a must see.

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Diane P.

I have been following the creation of "Loco Parentis" since 2009, and what a great job they did on this film. From the very first frame, you feel like you are in the cinema watching the movie. The story itself is incredibly fascinating, and the characters themselves are so well developed, you can't help but feel that you know them. In my opinion, this is one of the best films of the last decade, and I can't wait to see it again. This movie deserves to be in the top 250 of all time. And as I said before, this is a film that is great from start to finish. In my opinion, it is the best film of 2014. The film has something for everyone, and that is exactly what it is. Great storytelling, great actors, great music, great script. A great film.

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Brittany W.

This documentary is well done and a must see for all fans of the film and novel. At times it feels like a documentary. It's not, but the documentary itself is quite compelling and it is a fascinating look at how and why the film was made, the lead up to it, and the reactions to it. There are many more things to enjoy here than the film itself. What is particularly interesting is the way in which it feels like a personal history. As the film begins we learn that the director (and a few other members of the cast) are all fans of the book and were very familiar with the source material. As the film progresses we see how this affects the film, and in some ways how it affects the director and the actors. The film is surprisingly well made, the sound is good, the editing is good. The whole thing is interesting and thought-provoking. I enjoyed it, I enjoyed it because it is well made. It is a little slow at times, but that is the nature of the subject matter. You do not have to be a fan of the film to enjoy this film, but it is well worth a watch.

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Peter Elliott

As a parent of three girls ages 11, 13, and 15, I've had to go through a lot of tough times in my life. My youngest daughter has not seen a movie since she was about 5 years old. So now that I've found my second film (and first with my youngest daughter) I can't wait for them to see it. I also found out that I was not the only one with a problem when it came to finding films for our family. When my oldest daughter was in the third grade, the school took all her films and burned them. She did not have any money to pay for the rentals, so when she was home sick, I would make up the money by babysitting. I have seen this before, but I think that the school system has a responsibility to the parents of all the children to make sure that all of the families are provided for and to provide the film rentals for the parents. My oldest daughter had to babysit me and my wife and kids for a few weeks. It was a struggle to make the movies. I started making them myself, but the children were too young to watch them. One day I saw this movie and I found out that I had made the films myself. It was the first time that I had a connection to a movie and I decided that I had to make one of my own. I have also seen this movie, and I found out that the people who were making the films are really the same people that the parents of the children are. They are very proud of their work. I think that if we all could have a little bit of the fun of making films, we could all have a lot of the fun of watching movies. Thank you for taking the time to watch my film. I hope that it will be appreciated by all of you. Thank you so much. My mother, with the help of her sisters, started this movie.

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Matthew Bradley

This is a short, but very powerful documentary about the process of filming in the Australian outback. The film features interviews with the main players in the film, a group of Western Australian film students, and various people who lived and worked in the outback. The film includes some footage from the Australian film festival, a lot of the footage has never been released to the public. There are also several interviews with the people who lived in the film and the film makers. This documentary is quite personal, but it does touch on some important issues in Australia's history, and some important issues in the world.

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Kevin D.

Let me start by saying that this movie was a great idea and a really interesting concept. I felt like the film took it's time getting to the point. While it was good to see all the references to other films and to know a bit more about the book, the film was too slow. I'm not sure what was going on at times. I thought the movie did a good job of showing the world of the book, and that is what I enjoyed the most. But it also did a poor job of explaining how the book was. It was a bit confusing. Some parts were too close to the book, and some parts were too far from the book. I understand that the film needed to be longer than it was. That said, I think that the film should have been longer, and could have been longer, but it could have also been shorter. This movie is definitely worth seeing. I'm just not sure if I would have been able to get the same emotional response as I did with the book. 7/10

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I wasn't expecting this film to be as good as it was, but I was pleasantly surprised. The director, Tomas Alfredson, is an excellent storyteller. His message was clear and easy to follow. The characters, although stereotypical, were well drawn and acted. There are no actors to be afraid of, all are just regular people. It's hard to figure out who is who, because the actors do an excellent job at portraying the characters. There is no point in watching the film if you don't like it. I felt as if I were watching a documentary, and I was quite surprised to see that it was a documentary. The cinematography was fantastic, the editing was very good, and the film is very well edited. The director really showed the beauty of nature and the beauty of the forest. There is no point in watching this film if you are looking for a movie with a lot of action. If you are looking for a good film that will get you thinking about the natural world, you will love this film.

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Scott P.

In Loco Parentis, the film criticizes a music video that's a bit similar to what you might expect. In fact, it's not an imitation, it's the same style and the same producer and the same director. And it's a shame because it's a good film, although it's a bit too long and doesn't really have a strong point. The story, which is about the real story of John Lennon, who died in 1980, takes up half of the film and is told by several people, the director, the other members of the Beatles and others. There's no one person who does all the talking and no one person who does all the talking. The story is told by many people and the film criticizes them all. The only one who really talks is John Lennon himself, although he's not that well-known. The film criticizes the people involved in the making of the music video, their influence on the Beatles, the people involved with the production of the movie and also Lennon's influence on the Beatles. What we don't know is why Lennon liked this film and what his opinion was about it. We don't know that because the film criticizes him and the others. But we do know that this is a very interesting film that really deserves to be seen.

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Christine Bowman

I have a very open mind when it comes to the history of cinema. I have no bias. I'm not a fan of or advocate of any specific film. But I was curious to see what all the fuss was about. Loco Parentis is a very good documentary. It tells the story of the incredible journey of this great film. The story is set in Portugal during the 60's and 70's. The director is Agustin Rocha. He is a young man from the province of Santa Cruz. He is a master filmmaker, and also a very good director. He has a special talent for cinematography. His films are often very beautiful, and his camera-work is top notch. But most of all, he has a special talent for the history of cinema. He is a great teacher and has a great reputation for his students. He has made a film about the lives of several Portuguese people who were involved in the creation of the "Bolero" (as it was called by the film's creators). He also has a film about a gang who are very much in fashion during the 60's and 70's. The great thing is that he was also able to take his knowledge of cinema and his knowledge of the history of cinema and put them together in a very interesting documentary. He showed many shots of the film and the performances of some of the actors. The cast was excellent. All the actors were brilliant. Many of the film's scenes were very well shot. The photography was very good. And, to be honest, I really enjoyed the film. The whole thing was very beautiful. The film is very simple. But that is not a bad thing. The film was also very long. It was really worth it. I would recommend it to anyone. The story is very well told. It is very interesting. It is very interesting to see the work of this young man. He is very good at telling stories, and he has an incredible talent for the history of cinema. He is a very good teacher. He has a great reputation for his students. He has made a very good documentary about the life of a film.

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I don't usually write reviews but I feel I need to make a statement on this film. I just recently had the opportunity to see this film at the theater and I'm glad I did. I think the first thing that struck me about this film was the acting. I'm a big fan of the Coen brothers, and I also think that Michael Fassbender was brilliant as the crazy driver in "No Country for Old Men". In Loco Parentis, Fassbender plays the leading character that many people can identify with. He's a man on a road trip that ends in the worst way possible. The film does a great job at showing the frustration and anger that drives people to act the way that they do. It also shows the tragedy that people experience when their loved ones get into accidents. It's not just an average road trip, but it's a tragedy. The film is not a comedy, but it does have a humorous touch to it. In my opinion, the characters are realistic. The characters are not crazy people who act crazy. They're just people that are experiencing a terrible tragedy. The supporting characters are also great. I particularly liked the scene in which the driver tells the driver of the car that he's going to die, which is a real scene that happened in a car accident. The soundtrack also adds to the realism. The music in this film is just great. It has a great jazz feel to it and it fits in with the rest of the film perfectly. I highly recommend seeing this film. It's very real and realistic, and it's not going to make you laugh, but it will definitely make you think.

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Jerry W.

The last film I saw was the opening night screening of Haneke's Vicky Cristina Barcelona, a fascinating study of a woman and her relationships, but also an overview of the artist's career and his complicated relationship with his father. For me, this film is his most personal work, and he plays a very important role in my understanding of his art. The first part of the film is not a conventional art documentary, but is instead an exploration of Haneke's relationship with his father, a complicated man who comes across as one of the more "traditional" fathers in the world. The father is a sexual deviant who masturbates at the dinner table and is not the most understanding person. The father is married to a young woman, who is also a deviant and is in a perpetual state of mind that is not well-managed. The father also has an obsessive-compulsive disorder, which can have a very disturbing effect on Haneke's relationship with his father, and Haneke plays it as a strong father who is at odds with his son's most important relationship. Haneke's father is fascinated by the art of his son, and he has an obsession with the New York Times-Times Square advertisement. He is so fascinated by it that he forgets to even put it in the newspaper, but when he does, he has to say goodbye to the ad, which ends up in a matter of minutes. The father's obsession also causes him to over-analyze the son, who is at times completely unhelpful, which is another point in the film. As I have mentioned before, Haneke's father is a very complex person who comes across as one of the most "traditional" fathers in the world, and his relationship with Haneke's mother is much more complicated. Haneke's mother is a woman who was very un-helpful in the father's life, which is why Haneke has a difficult relationship with her. The film starts out by interviewing Haneke's father and a very funny, intimate interview with Haneke's mother. Haneke's father is not the most attentive father in the world, and his relationships with Haneke's mother are very complicated. This film does a very good job of showing how complicated the father/son relationship is. The father, who is on the same page as Haneke's mother, wants to protect his son from a difficult world, and the mother wants to protect her son from the world, but in this film, the father is more than the mother. The father is also very concerned with his son's sexuality, and when the son is around people who are sexually promiscuous, the father takes it to a very unhealthy level. Haneke's father is not a father to Haneke's son, but rather a father to himself. Haneke's father is an artist who has problems with his father, and the father is also an artist who has problems with his mother. The father is not a caring father, but rather a caring father who is at odds with his son's sexuality. The father is also a highly-sexual man, who has a difficult time letting his son's sexuality go. The father's wife is also a very complicated person who does not understand her husband's sexuality. The father's wife is in a perpetual state of mental illness, and he believes that the son is just projecting it on the family, which is just a ploy. The son also believes that he is projecting it on the father. When Haneke's father sees the New York Times-Times Square ad, the father becomes extremely disturbed. He starts to obsess over the ad, and begins to forget his daughter's birthday, which is very difficult for Haneke's father to do. The father begins to do things to the son that he could never do to the daughter, such as sexually abusing her, which is extremely harmful to the daughter. This film is a very well-made film. It is very personal, but is also very interesting, and I think that the film is extremely well-made. Haneke's father has an interesting relationship with his son, and Haneke's father is very interested in his son's sexuality, and the film shows this. I think that Haneke's father is very well-made and the film is very well-made. The film is very good, but not quite as good as I hoped it would be.

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Benjamin Soto

While the film is primarily about the drugs and prostitution that are involved in the world of the drug trade, it is also about how people are treated in those circles. As an audience member, you get a sense of the different types of people in that world. The two best portrayals come from the two main characters, Carlos and Pablo. Carlos is a gangster with a lot of money and power. He's also a homosexual who is often ignored and ignored by his peers. Pablo, on the other hand, is a young boy who is forced to go through the daily life of an street kid. He is also forced to do things that are degrading and dehumanizing. There is no clear picture of the life of a street kid, but it's a very interesting one. What I liked most about the film is how you can really feel for both of the main characters. Pablo is a child with a really broken heart, and Carlos is a hardened drug kingpin who really cares about his friends and family. They both have the same problems in life, but they both are able to find a way to overcome those problems. The film is not perfect, and there are parts that are just too heavy-handed, but it is still a very interesting film. I really recommend it.

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Megan R.

I'm really surprised this film didn't get a larger audience at the box office. The story was interesting and somewhat compelling, but the cinematography was a bit lacking. Still, I don't think it would have hurt the film to have the cinematography done by a professional. I was also very interested in seeing the story unfold, but the editing was sometimes a bit choppy. Overall, I'd recommend this film to fans of any kind of film, but if you're looking for a really deep, thought-provoking, and cinematic experience, you won't find it here. I'd say this film's biggest flaw was the fact that it did not offer enough insight into the personalities of the real people featured in the film.

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John V.

I really enjoyed this movie. I think the narrative is a bit weak, but the content is so rich. The only thing I didn't like was the fact that they showed how many people were involved in the movie. I think they should have shown that less people were involved. It is like they edited the entire movie to show the complete story, which is not the case. The movie is more about the movie, not about the human beings involved. I think they should have shown more of the human beings involved. This is not a bad movie, but it is not good either. I think the people involved with the making of the movie did a great job.

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This is a great film, and one that will stand the test of time. The scenes of this documentary were very moving and portrayed a very compelling story. I was particularly touched by the scene where the soldiers are given a tour of a hospital. This was a moving story of the aftermath of the war. I highly recommend this film. It is a story of the dangers of war, the courage of the men and the values that each of them have, especially the ones who were injured and need the most. It is a story of what it means to be a soldier and of what it means to be a man.

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Howard W.

You might think I am just a crazy person. But if you have read the book you will know that I am not crazy. I know I am right. The book is really good, and as a documentary it is also good. I love the way the movie was filmed. I love the way they talked about the book. They actually made the book interesting. It is like watching a good movie. It is not the movie that is interesting, but the book. If you have read the book, I highly recommend watching it. It is a must.