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Half the Picture

Half the Picture is a movie starring Ava DuVernay, Brenda Chapman, and Caroline Libresco. A documentary about discriminatory hiring practices concerning women directors in Hollywood, and an inspiring conversation with those who have...

Running Time
1 hours 34 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Amy Adrion
Actors
Caroline Libresco, Catherine Hardwicke, Brenda Chapman, Ava DuVernay
Country
USA
Year
2018
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A documentary about discriminatory hiring practices concerning women directors in Hollywood, and an inspiring conversation with those who have succeeded against all odds.

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Christina Simmons

I have been a big fan of Janet Mefferd since watching "Ally McBeal" the first time on the Big Brother series, and have watched her many more times since. I can't remember the last time I saw her as a "big star" and not only that but as a real star. The title of this documentary is "Getting Better" and I think that's accurate, because we're actually watching her "getting better". Her daughter tells us what a special mom Janet is, and her son talks about his Dad's life, and how he is very different from his father. There is a little bit of humor here and there, but overall, it's just a really good documentary. It's very interesting, and I'm glad they did a movie about her life. I really liked it.

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Kathleen

In 2000, filmmaker Mike Moore (The Producers, Fahrenheit 9/11) teamed with the Daily Show host, Jon Stewart, to tell the story of "The Fahrenheit 9/11," a campaign to expose the Bush administration's use of torture. Moore assembled a team of war heroes to write op-eds for newspapers around the country. Moore and Stewart traveled to Iraq and interviewed prisoners who'd been tortured by American soldiers. For the better part of a decade, the two men and their allies have been relentlessly bombarded by the Bush administration with allegations of torture and war crimes. Moore and Stewart are now bringing "The Campaign" back for a special "op-ed" tour that began with a town hall meeting in New Hampshire and ended in Houston, Texas. Moore, Stewart and the Democratic Party have found an ally in Texas Democratic Congressman Lloyd Doggett, who chairs the House Committee on the Judiciary. It's a crowded field. "The Campaign" is a few minutes long and it comes out to be pretty inspiring. It's a gripping, high-energy documentary that, if you let it, will make you feel better about the way the world is going. The film opens with news footage of President Bush signing an executive order allowing American troops to use force to send troops into Iraq. The footage is bleak. There's a lot of noise, and we know it's going to be a long night. At the town hall meeting, we meet a couple of dozen war heroes, veterans, and people who have served their country. Many of the men are former members of the military and were still fighting when they went to Iraq. For the first hour or so, the film veers between grim and triumphant, and then the tone of the film starts to get more pessimistic. We get a long, emotional speech from a retired Marine, but when the politicians in the audience start talking about what happened in Iraq, the mood turns back to hopeful. This is the opposite of the tone of the film that started with "The Campaign," which was more upbeat. It's an unusual and refreshing turn of events. But we get a big speech from the congressman about the war in Iraq, and it's not good. Then there's a part of the film that's strangely uplifting, as we meet soldiers who've been injured or killed in action. Moore and Stewart get a chance to get some of the soldiers involved in their work to talk about the film. Most of the soldiers are former members of the military

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Howard R.

I am a mother of 3 children and for me, this documentary is as powerful as the movie was. If you want to know more about parenting, read a book. For parents, this film is a MUST SEE. This documentary shows what it's like to have your child's needs fulfilled without compromise or lack of love. I read the book and was very impressed with the lessons and the interactions. It was hard for me to watch but if you can see the movie, you will understand what it's like to love your child with love and give them love no matter what. If you have a child who is struggling, this film will touch your heart. The family is trying to raise their child, but they are not satisfied and this documentary shows what it's like to not give up.

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Brenda

This movie is not the best one I've ever seen. It's like you are watching the news or reading a newspaper. It does a good job of focusing on different facets of the epidemic. It's a good movie to see and I highly recommend it.

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Randy C.

What a great film! This documentary is very well done. It is very interesting to watch the different stories and what they were like. The stories were different but the subject of the film is so relevant. There is a whole lot of very interesting information here about a lot of topics. I would recommend it to anyone.

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Eugene

When I saw the trailer for this documentary I was hesitant to watch it because it looked like a documentary. But when I watched it, I was very pleased to find out that it's not a documentary and it's a very informative documentary. I was also pleased to find out that the documentary covered many topics that I didn't know much about. My main interest was the topics of climate change and global warming and how the people of the world are affected by it. I would recommend this documentary to everyone and to anyone who is interested in how the world is being affected by global warming. It's a great documentary that everyone should watch. The subjects covered in this documentary were interesting and I would definitely recommend this documentary.

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Philip Rodriguez

The film started off with a rather surprising announcement: if you are not a 'R' rated film buff, don't watch this film. I can't say that I've ever seen a movie with a rating of R before, and I don't think I have ever. But I do know that the MPAA doesn't want you to watch R rated films, and for this film, they succeeded. I'd never heard of this film before, but it caught my attention from the opening credits. I like Michael Moore, and I'm glad that I saw this film. It was interesting, even though it wasn't very interesting. The movie is a look at what is really wrong with the US, and how the media and Hollywood are attempting to spin things. The main problem I had with the film was that I was trying to get into the story without seeing the comments that the film made about the media, or the negative comments of the people who made the film. But I was happy to have seen the story, and I was glad that it was told. I've seen a lot of movies about the media, and they are usually not very interesting. But this one was. The media is a story that is told often enough, and most of the time it's told badly. Most of the time it's shown as a way to cover up bad things. The problem is that there's not enough bad things in this movie to make it worth watching. I felt like I had to pay attention to what was going on. It was a bit like watching a long commercial, and you were just waiting for it to end, and you were going to get all of the details about how bad it was. But no, it kept on going, and you couldn't understand what it was saying. And that kept me from really caring about what was going on. This movie was trying to get me to care about the media, and what was going on with it. If it had been just as good as a film about what was going on with the media, I would have had a much better time watching it. But it wasn't, and that was frustrating. I didn't think that it was a bad movie, but it wasn't a very good movie either. I think that this movie has a lot of potential, and it could have been a really interesting film, but it was just a bit too long. If I could have changed it, I probably would have done that, but I don

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Megan M.

The documentary is shot in a documentary style. It follows real people's lives over a decade and how they deal with their personal relationships and their families. The main subjects in this documentary are Liz and Kevin, the two parents of two daughters who have divorced, and the two friends who have come to their homes. The documentary takes place in the late 1980s in Los Angeles. The interviewees talk about their relationships, the family, their friends, the divorce and the challenges of the child's growing up. It also explores the influence of Hollywood and the pressure to conform to the male-dominated roles in Hollywood. The documentary contains some criticism of the movies that the women have seen. The women talk about how they have come to the conclusion that the movies they have seen are sexist and stereotyped. They talk about how they have chosen to see only a few movies and not to see many movies. These are the women's stories and feelings about their lives.

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Victoria G.

The movie takes a look at a story of environmental activism that was originally intended as a feature length documentary, and what it ultimately turned out to be, a short documentary, which the producers had trouble getting distributed in its entirety in the U.S. The film does a good job of highlighting the political and moral compromises made by environmentalists, who felt that what was good for the environment was good for the environment, and what was bad for the environment was bad for the environment. This was very different from the image of environmentalists I had come to know in the media, which often glorified them as dirty radicals who were willing to destroy the environment in order to change the world. The movie does an excellent job of showing the conflicts involved in the pursuit of environmental ideals, and the social and economic pressures that led to compromises and compromises that ultimately resulted in the victory of environmental causes. Although the film covers an important and controversial story, there are also several scenes that are incredibly off-putting to the viewer. The scene where a woman drops a baby at the edge of a waterfall in order to escape from the development of her home is one of those scenes. The scene in which the environmental activist mother and her husband, whose house is being torn down to make room for a large subdivision, are confronted by the protesters is another. But these are just minor irritants in a film that is very well-made. There are some more memorable scenes such as the one in which a protester calls a man a "piece of s*t" as he leaves a hotel room. These scenes would have been just as offensive to me if it had been a documentary, and as a feature length film, they really detract from the film. Another really big part of the film is its use of actual interviews with the key players in the environmental movement. These include people who were involved in the environmental movement, as well as people who have no previous involvement. They use a number of interviews, and the result is a very interesting film that is worth seeing.

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Hannah R.

This is a very clever and thought-provoking documentary. I don't know if it's the best documentary I've ever seen, but it definitely makes you think and it is always refreshing to see people who have the same things in common as you do. The film is based on interviews with people who have a personal interest in the issues raised in this film. It's not a 'I've heard all the talking points' type of documentary, because that's not really what the movie is about. It's more about how these people view the world, how the world is different, and how they understand why they think that way. This is really something that you need to be able to look at this movie and think about yourself and other people as well as the world we live in. It's something that really should be a part of every adult's educational toolbox.

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Scott Greene

What a pleasant surprise this documentary was. This was the second documentary I've seen in the last month that has been in English, the first being in French. This is one of the few documentaries I've seen that is both informative and entertaining. If you want to know how much is spent on Earth each year, this documentary will explain to you how much, what the cost is and who is paying for it. If you want to see an amazing documentary about a tropical country, this documentary is for you. This documentary is a must see for anyone interested in the health and environmental issues of tropical countries.

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Amber

I first saw this documentary at the Center for the Performing Arts in Chicago. I had the opportunity to ask about the film at the screening. The people were wonderful. I was so impressed with the interviewees and their stories. I can't remember the last time I saw so many talented people. Many people I knew who had moved out of their childhood home and into larger cities, as well as the community they lived in, were interviewed in this film. The director, Briony Ducharme, made an excellent effort to use the film to illustrate what is happening in her community. She also interviewed the community's most respected business leaders, including the mayor, the city's real estate board, and the police chief. I appreciated the fact that she included people who are connected to the community, and those who have been involved in the recent food riot and civil unrest. The film is a wonderful insight into the story of this community. It also included the families of the rioters, and showed the men who were trying to help them. I will be recommending this film to my friends, and will be searching for more. I look forward to seeing the director's next project. Congratulations to her and to the people of Philadelphia.

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Benjamin Chen

The story is very well presented, with a good cast, and the documentary director who used to work for the CIA in the 90s, even more so. There is also a scene in which a retired CIA agent narrates about his experiences as a spy in Latin America, in which he talks about some of his greatest assignments. This is really an important part of the story. The documentary is part of the Anti-Media series on YouTube. The first one is "Target: America's Special Operations". The second is "Doctored". The final one is "Crisis in Iraq: The Rise of the CIA". This one is a little more mainstream in that it is on the CIA but it is very, very good, and very well put together. If you are not familiar with these two documentaries, you should watch them. They are really good. I really think this film is more about CIA agents than about the intelligence community. It is more about CIA agents than about any other agents. It is a very good documentary. If you are not familiar with this documentary, you should watch it. You will not be disappointed.

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Tammy

This is not a documentary, although it would be easier to call it an attack on the American political system. But it is rather a study of the leaders of the major corporate sectors in the US. It is designed to look at some of the main issues that have come up during the past several years. The main topic is the corporate sector, the front and centre of American politics, but this is not just about the business. In fact, there is a lot of discussion of many other issues, but what this film is about is corporate power, and how it affects all aspects of life. We hear many discussions about the attitude of the people, and about the way the companies work, how they act and how they interact with the people. A great deal of time is spent on the kind of criticism that the companies have, and a great deal of time is also spent on the people who have worked for them. The film is divided into four parts. The first part is a series of interviews with a series of CEOs and executives. The second part is a film on the American President, and it is based on his decision on the merger between AT&T and Time Warner. The third part deals with the debate that has taken place in Congress, and this involves the debate on the "death tax" and the fact that corporations are in the hands of unelected people. The fourth part deals with the so called "crisis of confidence" and the huge media campaign to influence the people's opinions. The first and second parts are very interesting and insightful, and the third and fourth parts are very interesting as well. There are many interesting questions that are raised about how corporations have made big profits and how people perceive their problems. But the question that really stands out is "why have corporations been allowed to have so much power?" The answer given is that the country is a capitalist country, and so the companies have been allowed to do whatever they want, and to make money at the expense of the people. The people in this country are no longer concerned with what their leaders say and do, but what corporations can do. To sum up, it is a very good documentary about what is going on in the world today. But, if you want to learn more about the topics covered in the film, you should read the books of the directors, who provide a great deal of information about these issues.

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Nicole

I have seen this film several times. I've seen it in an auditorium, at a screening with an audience of theater critics, and with the director's own admission fee. I have seen it twice on DVD. In the first viewing, I saw it with my mother, and I loved it. I really liked this film. I'm glad I saw it. It's very well made, and a lot of fun to watch. The acting is fine, the editing is spot-on, and the cinematography is first-rate. The film is very much like a documentary, and it's clear that the director has spent a lot of time and effort on it. The interviews with musicians and artists in the film are very insightful, and the film is packed with references to those artists and their work. It's a fascinating look at this era and a very enjoyable film. I just hope that the DVD version of this film is as good as the film itself.

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Jordan Wheeler

I was really looking forward to seeing this documentary because I've always thought that these people were misunderstood, and for many reasons. This documentary was a very good start to my understanding of the film's subjects. But it left me wanting more. I was hoping for more information on the original intentions of the documentary and the events surrounding it, but I was left with a lot of unanswered questions. As I said before, I was looking forward to seeing more information on the film's subjects, but I was left wanting more information on the subjects themselves. Overall, I think this documentary is an excellent start, but it leaves you wanting more information on the subjects themselves. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in the subjects or the documentary itself.

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Scott O.

This film was directed by Mark Schofield, a highly talented director of over a dozen films and documentaries, and a production engineer. It covers a period of three months in which three different companies meet in a facility that I'm sure you've heard of. The first is the biotech company called Hercepta, which makes a drug called thalidomide. The second is a company called Bayer, which makes an anti-HIV drug called ribavirin. The third is Eli Lilly, which makes a pill called Neupogen. They go through the trial and trial and trial of the drug and then all hell breaks loose when it is discovered that the drug they are trying to sell is causing birth defects in babies. The film contains plenty of interesting facts and figures, and an excellent portrayal of the people involved. I recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn about the trials and trials of the drug, as well as the people who did the trials. The film also has a lot of interesting images, some of which are very moving and some of which are just plain bizarre.

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Gregory C.

Although this is a very good documentary, it is not without its faults. The main issue is that the focus is not on the film, but on the people involved in it. It feels as if the film was made by a select group of people, rather than the people who actually made the film. It feels as though the film is the most important thing that is on the screen. For me, the only reason I would watch this documentary again is because of the people that it was made for. I am a huge fan of Bollywood and I have been a fan of Deewaar Singh's work for years. He is a very talented person and I am sure that he would have been the perfect choice for the director. However, he is also a very talented person and he has no idea how to make a good documentary. I was very disappointed in the documentary because it had an amazing amount of information about the people involved in the making of the film, but I was not able to see the film itself. I am a big fan of the film but it did not show me any of the people who worked on it. It was just a documentary about Bollywood. This is a shame because the documentary is made to be a film, and that's exactly what it should have been. If you want to know more about the people that made the film, watch the documentary and if you want to know more about the people involved, watch the documentary. If you are a fan of Bollywood, you will enjoy this documentary, but it is not a documentary that will be enjoyable for everyone.

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Alan W.

This movie is supposed to be about the wildlife and the people. But I was really disappointed. The people were really nice, but the wildlife were really sad and this movie just shows us that. This movie doesn't show us anything about the wildlife and its habitat. It shows us that the people are stupid and animals are not even that nice. This movie is very sad, because the animals were sad too. I would really like to see this movie again, because I think it would be really nice. I think that this movie is a really great movie, because it shows us about the nature and the people, but the nature is really sad.

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Jason Lucas

I'm a fan of the music of the Beach Boys, and the documentary that follows them on their journey to make their debut album is a great watch. I especially liked the scenes in which the guys talk about the making of the album and how they were all still new to the recording process. The documentary also includes interviews with the band members and other people who were involved in making the album, and this is where the documentary really shines. The interviews are so well done and the music is still so great that you can't help but want to hear more from the band. The band members are very knowledgeable and talk about everything that went into the making of the album, and they also talk about what was going on in their lives at the time. The only thing that I didn't really like about the documentary was the length. I felt like it was just a bit too long, and I felt like there could have been a few more of the band members talking. The documentary is definitely worth watching, but you probably won't be getting that much out of it.

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Charles Adams

Although I was not very impressed with this film, I did not think that I would have been able to get through the whole thing. This is because it was almost impossible to get through the entire movie without missing something. I mean, it's not like I could watch the whole movie again. I also could not get through a large part of the film because I was trying to figure out how the director could do what he did. In the end, I don't know what I would have done differently. It's not like I was being forced to watch it. I just think that if I was not the target audience, I probably would have had to keep watching it a lot longer to figure out what was going on. This is probably not the best film I've ever seen, but it is one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. I recommend it to anybody who is in the mood for a documentary that is both entertaining and educational. I give this film 7 out of 10.

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Daniel

The first time I saw this film I was in my early 20's, it was the mid 80's. I had never heard of it until a few years ago. And I was pretty disappointed. After all, the subject of the film is illegal abortion. But the story was very interesting. And I was very much drawn into the story. Because I was thinking, "what is going on in the story?" So, when I saw it on television, I was very curious to see it again. And I did. And I am still curious. So I decided to see it again. It was a long time ago now. But I still really liked it. It was interesting, and I still think it's a good movie. I still think it is a good movie. The film is not about abortion per se, but about the nature of human sexuality. And it does a good job at showing the relationship between mother and child, and how a child has to grow up with a mother who is in denial. The mother in this case is the devout Catholic Mother Superior of the Archdiocese of New York. And her role is to make sure that all the kids are all well fed, dressed and dressed well. So Mother Superior has very strict rules that they must follow. And in order to get all of their children all dressed up, Mother Superior has to make sure that they have a whole lot of clothing to go through. But at the same time, she also has to keep them in line. So she must be a little aggressive, a little controlling, and a little controlling in her approach to their own feelings and their own feelings about other people's feelings. The Mother Superior is quite different from most nuns. Because she is an open minded woman. And Mother Superior is just like most women. She wants to have fun with her children, and she wants to have fun with their father. But she also has to be a little controlling in order to keep everything under control. And she does a good job at keeping their mother and their father together, and keeping their mother from leaving the Catholic Church, and keeping the children from leaving the Church. So in the end, the children are very happy with their Mother Superior, and their Father is happy with the Mother Superior. And the Mother Superior is very happy with the children, and she is very happy with her job. So in the end, Mother Superior and Father are happy, and Mother Superior is happy. And that is the nature of human

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Sandra Hunt

This movie was both entertaining and educational. It is a "must see" for anyone who has ever been to a Mexican restaurant and wants to see a great part of the country. The cinematography is excellent, the performances are superb, the music is wonderful, the visuals are breathtaking. This movie is a real treat to watch. Don't go to this movie expecting to be shocked or shocked into becoming a "Mexican" or a Mexican-American. Instead, just go to see a very entertaining, thought-provoking, and historically-based documentary about the connection between Mexicans and the American Indians. If you are interested in history, then you will find a lot to learn here. This movie will make you think, make you feel, and make you want to go back to the restaurant. This is the first movie I have seen by a major motion picture studio that is worth seeing. I strongly recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in learning more about this culture.

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Linda G.

Very interesting documentary about the fate of a group of students from a local high school who were expelled from the school because the principal believed they were "acting" (even though they had no drugs or alcohol in their system). The students were not found responsible by the court system, and their stories were told by the families of the expelled students. The students' parents are very angry, and the principal and the city officials involved have some very strong opinions about the state of their kids' lives. One of the families (the only family in the documentary) was abusive to their daughter because she had been expelled. The teacher was even more vicious than the parents, and the principal's wife was just as bad as the parents. The director (David Mitroff) does an amazing job at getting the stories of the expelled students from the parents to the kids. He never bothers to get the students' side of the story, and the kids are never interviewed by the filmmaker, but they give us their stories, and some of them are very interesting. The story of the girl who did not get expelled is particularly interesting, as she was the only girl to get into trouble in the school. It is also interesting to see the school kids' opinions on the Principal's behavior and attitude towards their expulsion. I especially liked the school principal's opinion of his own job. There are many good scenes and parts of the documentary, and it is worth watching if you're a fan of the subject.

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Karen Kim

This documentary covers the early years of the film industry. It starts out with the idea that film was invented by a computer and then, through the years, it's transformed into a totally different industry. It's not the usual Hollywood film industry, which is what most of us are used to. This documentary is great for people who are interested in the movie business and the history of the film industry. It covers the rise of the film industry through the first 20 years and the changes that the industry has gone through since then. You get to see how it all started and how it has developed into what it is today. If you're not interested in the history of film then this documentary is not for you. But if you are interested in the history of film then this documentary is for you.

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Donna W.

I saw this documentary in a theater, and it was great. It's the kind of thing that I would have seen on TV, but I didn't. The film had me wondering, is it really the real thing, or is it a "fake"? In one scene, two guys get into a fight and one of them pulls out a gun. They say it was "just a joke." It was real. It's also interesting to see the people who made the movie. The director, the editor, the sound man, and the actors. I'm glad they got on camera, because it would have been impossible for them to give us a more complete and honest picture of the making of this movie. And I'm glad the movie is "real" because it's a shame that it didn't get more exposure. I hope people will see this movie. It's a good one, and it shows the difficulties that people faced in making this movie.

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Teresa

For the most part, this film was not a particularly good movie. The first half of it was decent, with a few great scenes in between, but the second half just was. It seemed to be lacking a certain something, but I didn't really know what it was. It seemed to me to be a cross between a docu-drama and a documentary, but that didn't really come out in the way I expected. It was boring and repetitive, and I never really felt like it got any better. I don't understand how a documentary could be boring or repetitive, but I guess it just didn't seem like it did. It wasn't until the very end of the movie that I really started to realize what it was all about, but it just didn't really help. The only part of the movie that was really interesting was the part when she was about to kill the child. It was really intense, and I was really shocked at the end of it. The way that it was done, I had no idea why it was done that way. The way it was done, I never really felt like I wanted to watch it again, and it just didn't help. I guess that was probably the only reason I gave it a 7/10. I guess I should have watched it more. Overall, I think it was just not good. The best part of the movie was the part where she talks to the little boy, but that's it. She doesn't really talk much about the fact that she killed the child, but just kind of talks about the baby crying and the parents, which is probably the best part of the movie. I'm not really sure what else to say about this movie, other than it is a really bad movie. It didn't really seem like it was trying to be anything else than a documentary, and the director also didn't seem to know what he was doing in this movie. I have a feeling that this film is going to be one of the most hated movies of the year, because the only reason I watched it is because it was on TV and I saw it in a class. I don't know why I watched it, but I did. I don't know if this is the worst movie I have ever seen or not, but I am sure that this movie is going to be on the bottom of the list of the worst movies of the year. I am sure that this movie will not win any awards, but it is

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Christian W.

This documentary is excellent. I watched it on TV in a night and it was great. They show interviews with the men and women who participated in the raid. I liked the interview with the head of the raid, in particular, when he spoke about what he felt about it being the start of the war. The documentary also showed some of the things that were said by the members of the Army who participated in the raid, such as the war against the Vietcong, the war against the Indians, the wars in Vietnam and Laos. It is a very interesting documentary.

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Rose Mendez

It's hard to know if this is a documentary or just an opinion piece, but I think it's hard to tell. The movie is about the strange and the unreal, about the relationship between art and reality, and about the difficulty of being a photographer in a time where you're not allowed to be anything other than what you are. I feel like it's the kind of movie that has a lot to say, but can't say it very well. I think that's a mistake. The movie is very interesting and well made, but it has a lot of weaknesses, and a lot of questions that it doesn't really answer. I think this is a movie that could have been a lot better. I think the movie could have been even more interesting if it was made a little bit more coherent. It's not a perfect movie, and it's not a perfect documentary either. But it's a very good movie, and a good documentary. I think this is one of the best documentaries I've ever seen.

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Frances Perry

As a lifelong fan of my favourite sport I was excited to see this movie. I don't think the film would have been as good without the actual game. I have watched every game of every college football team ever, and I was excited to see this movie. The game was great, but it's the story that matters. The story was really interesting, and I learned a lot about what makes college football great. The graphics were also great. The only part of the movie that was slightly disappointing was the final game. I was really disappointed that there was no film on the final game. I really liked the game, but the final game was a little disappointing. Overall, the movie was great and I recommend it to anyone who loves college football. I really enjoyed this film and I hope that you will too.

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Michael L.

This documentary is about the activities of a music producer and his family. It focuses mainly on his family and his friends. The majority of the time it's family friendly. Some of the events are very funny and the director obviously loves the music industry. The main problem is that the documentary is too short. It's a shame because the filmmaker is really talented. The film is also too amateurish. I don't know why it didn't make it to the Sundance Festival. It's a good documentary but it could have been much more.

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Denise R.

This is a documentary that looks at the work of a group of people who are known as the 'the kids of the 80s'. This is a group of people who were around the same time as the baby boomers. They were the kids who grew up in the late 70s and the early 80s and who were looking for a life outside of the home. The documentary looks at the children's work in the film industry as well as their education. The documentary takes us on a journey of how the kids were affected by the war and their relationships with their parents. The documentary is very interesting and I recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the culture of the 80s. I also recommend this to people who like to get to know the people who were around the same time as the boomers and who were affected by the war. The film is very interesting and I enjoyed the way the documentary was edited. I also liked the way that the kids talked about their experiences and what they were doing in the film industry. The film is a little bit depressing but I think that the kids were very understanding and really gave me a lot of insight into what they went through and what they thought. The documentary is a little bit long but it is still interesting. Overall, I think that this is a good documentary and it gives a lot of insight into the lives of the kids and their work in the film industry.

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Michelle

The media are really being deceived and this is just a very detailed example. The media don't report the truth as well as they should. What really happened in this case was that she was given the wrong drug, and she died. What a waste of an amazing life. What a waste of her best years. I hope that the drug companies will pay attention to this case and start to research more about the drug problem. They do not know the answers to all the questions, but they should. It's like they are not really interested. I think that this is just another case of the media not telling the truth, or they are being paid to do so. I hope that we will have more cases like this in the future, because it's really disgusting to see how we are losing our children and our children's children. This is a very sad case. It's very sad that this case is still being investigated and that it is still going on. I'm just glad that the media do not do this to the families. It's a shame and a big problem.