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Dream Boat is a movie starring Michael A., Amit, and Michael Anastasio. Once a year, the Dream Boat sets sail - a cruise only for gay men. Far from their families and political restrictions, we follow five men from five countries on...

Other Titles
Unelmien risteily, Homoer på krydstogt - håb og drømme, Álomhajó
Running Time
1 hours 32 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Tristan Ferland Milewski
Amit, Michael Anastasio, Michael A., Ansgar
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Once a year, the Dream Boat sets sail - a cruise only for gay men. Far from their families and political restrictions, we follow five men from five countries on a quest for their dreams. The cruise promises seven days of sunshine, love and freedom - but on board are also their personal stories, their doubts and uncertainties.

Comments about documentary «Dream Boat» (21)

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Sarah P.

I like the idea behind this movie, but in reality, it didn't make sense. The story follows the life of a real life couple that is not what it appears. They have a 1 year old baby. They are trying to raise their baby, but they are unable to do so. Their daughter, because of her age, cannot speak, and is not able to follow directions. This is not a big problem in the film, but it does not allow the viewer to connect with the characters. I didn't find any of the characters interesting enough to care about, nor did I feel any of them had any real connection to the film. This was a very boring movie. I don't recommend it.

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Judith Oliver

I went to this film with my dad and my mom who are both huge fans of the franchise and I must say that this is the most accurate portrayal of the movie. For those of you who have not seen the original or even if you have you should see this film because it is a really good representation of the movie. The most exciting part of this film was the casting of James Van Der Beek. He was a great addition to the film and his character was quite believable. The film was great for a PG13 rating because it was very real and real action, violence and adventure was present. Overall I would recommend this film to anyone who has not seen the original or is just looking for a good film to watch.

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Alexander Sullivan

I have seen many reviews of this documentary on the web and had a few doubts about its accuracy. I did not read any reviews before I saw it and it is an unbiased, and quite insightful, documentary. I thought the way it presented the first interview was an excellent choice. The interviews are arranged in an orderly, logical manner. Some interviews are of the obvious, such as the actor and director of The Lookout, and some are more philosophical, such as the psychologist. The interviews are of a length that is very interesting to hear about the film, which is a good thing. The interviews are very much in the spirit of the film. The first interview with Dr. Steven E. Jones, the main character of the film, was very interesting and informative. He was also the one who first introduced me to the work of Jacques COULARDEAU. The second interview with the director of the film, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, was also very good. The interview also gave me an opportunity to ask questions of Joseph Gordon-Levitt. The interviews with the actors were also very interesting, although it is not exactly clear what they are doing, and I was surprised to see so many actors from other countries in the film. The last interview was with the actor and director of the film, Richard Jenkins. He was also very good. The way the interviews were arranged made it very easy to understand what the director was trying to say. The only thing I had a problem with was the length. I thought it was a little bit long, although it was also very interesting. All in all, a very good documentary that I recommend.

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I really enjoyed this documentary, and was really looking forward to seeing it. The problem was that it was filmed in a way that made it seem like it was only in one scene. I found myself very disappointed that this was not in the film. The documentary felt like it was shot in a different time period, and I was not quite sure what I was looking at. For example, I found myself not really understanding the tension that was between the families. It seemed that we were only shown in the first two scenes of the family, and then all of a sudden it was over. I found myself confused, and I don't think that the film makers really knew what they were trying to achieve. I also felt that the music was not at all appropriate, it was very "old" and it did not fit with the style of the film. I also felt that the mother and daughter didn't seem to be the best of friends. In the documentary, we were shown that the mother had been dating and being with other men, and she had been divorced for about three years. However, in the film, we are shown that she and the daughter are still friends. It was also unclear to me what the mother was doing with her life. I found that the film makers did not seem to really know what to do with the film. The film makers really should have told us more about the "young" daughter's life and what she was doing, and the mother's life. We would have been more understanding of what was happening in the family. Overall, I did not like the documentary at all, and I would not recommend this documentary to anyone.

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Kevin L.

The story of the movie "Water for Elephants" was presented to me by the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, which, like the National Geographic Society, also nominated this film for a top honor. The story is a compelling one and highlights the need for a global community to preserve and protect endangered species. The movie, based on a novel, was shot in Thailand and Cambodia. While I was in Cambodia, the film was shown at the university I work at, and was very successful. This film is an excellent opportunity to learn about the plight of these animals, and to learn about conservation efforts. The most important aspect of the film is the wildlife, which is featured in the film as well as other aspects of conservation, including the effect of the disease. One of the most important aspects of the film is that the conservation efforts are focused on the elephants. They are the main focus of the film and not the tigers or leopards. The story begins with the discovery of a litter of three elephants and the mother and her baby. The mother is taken to a sanctuary in Cambodia. However, her calf dies, and is sent to the U.S. to be raised by a circus trainer. Eventually, the trainer is captured and tortured. After that, the elephant is returned to the sanctuary and becomes the main focus of the film. After the film, the main focus is on the elephant's recovery and growth. The trainer is identified as the main suspect of the mother's disappearance. The trainer has been charged with animal cruelty, but is not the focus of the film. The elephant is then returned to the sanctuary and grows to become a charismatic presence. The story ends with the elephant returning to the circus where it will continue to play its role in society. The film was very well produced and presented. The actors were good, and the cinematography was very good. I highly recommend this film.

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Eugene S.

I watched this movie at the Cinema in Santiago, Chile. It was a very good movie and I enjoyed it. The movie is full of facts and figures that are not shown in any other movie. The movie is very interesting, but the acting is not the best. The movie is about a group of people who are helping a young boy who has a disability in the way of speaking. I do not know if the child has any problem of speech, but he does not speak, but he does not need any help from anybody. The children do not speak, but they help the child who has a disability. They learn to speak, and they help the child who is a child. The movie is very interesting and I recommend to see it. It is good for everyone who likes to see something different.

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Jack Larson

I was pretty amazed to see that the filmmakers had done an interview with Nick Nolte, and I don't think I've ever seen him on screen so much. The first half of the movie is filled with all sorts of great quotes, and Nolte is simply amazing in the first half. However, in the second half, the film gets a little bit silly, and I feel like it is a little bit too late to take the film in a different direction. I think the second half could have been better if they had gone back to a different direction. Instead, they tried to take a different direction with the second half, which I think would have been a better choice. Overall, I think this film is very good, but it's not a film that I would really recommend to anyone, unless you really like Nick Nolte. Overall rating: 7.5/10

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Jane M.

In the late 1970s and early 1980s, South African photographer Felix Sisulu was a teenage hippie living in Johannesburg. He documented the 'free love' movement of the time, and as a result became a regular in the newspaper, as well as an active participant in the student movement. After moving to Cape Town, he began photographing his fellow students as they performed wild and often illegal experiments with drugs, sex and drugs. In 1989, Felix's project was turned into a documentary film. Felix Sisulu was a remarkable student and he was the first person in South Africa to take the highly controversial decision to photograph all of his peers as they engaged in drugs and sex. The result is a remarkable documentary film about the 1960's, that is far more socially relevant than most other 'documentary' films about the 1960's. This film is the story of a teenager in South Africa, and an iconic picture in its own right. The images in the film are not carefully shot or edited, but they are deliberately and deliberately inane, often bizarre. The film is a wonder, in a way, to look at, and it has an amazing, surreal quality. It is well worth seeing, and there is no better film about the 1960's. In some ways, the film is better than the 'real' documentary about the 1960's, 'The Free Love Generation', which is far more documentary. I have seen both films, and I would recommend them, but in my opinion, the 'real' documentary is the better film.

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Carl Fisher

There was something about this film that seemed to bring out the best in my enjoyment of it. The story itself was interesting, the cinematography was good, the performances were great, the cinematography was good, and the actors were very good. It just didn't quite work for me. The film starts out great, and then as the story moves along, it seems to go a little too fast and you feel it taking a little bit too much time to get going. Then it all comes together in the end and you are left with a feeling that there was more left to tell. It's a good film, but I didn't find it to be a great film.

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Craig Sims

For me, this documentary is a good thing to watch on a rainy day. As a kid I had to watch the family's bedtime stories in the dark, which really took away the joy of the holiday. But that was the early days of the digital era, and there are now a lot of other things to be concerned about. It's nice to see how far we've come from the days of the old-fashioned stories. For example, the video camera that the family had was very primitive compared to what we use today, and there was no way that they could have recorded it, so they couldn't have known what it would look like. So I felt that this film was a good tribute to a family's memories and how they came together to make one of the most amazing stories of all time.

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Mildred M.

This is a good film about an important subject. The "Irish Refugees" are the story of a group of Irish refugees who arrived in America in the 1920's and lived there for almost twenty years. They were mostly Irish, and they were the last people to be allowed to immigrate to America. The film shows how the Irish were treated by the government and the police, and the human suffering they endured. Many of the refugees were the first Americans to be allowed to immigrate to America. I think the film was well done, but the film itself was a bit slow and the movie dragged on a bit. I don't think it was very interesting or accurate, but I liked the film. It was very well done, and it was interesting to see a glimpse of the Irish experience. This is a good film to see.

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This film is so good I'm glad I watched it. It is a great documentary on the history of music in America. The film follows many of the same characters from The Ramones, The Sex Pistols, and the Beatles. They all have their own story to tell. The film also follows one of the musicians and his life before he became a musician. It was interesting to see a film on musicians in the mid-1960s. I have to admit that the film was filmed on a shoestring budget. They did a fantastic job of showing us the amazing music that was created during this time. I highly recommend this documentary to anyone who loves music.

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Michael Williams

I don't have a lot of interest in this movie, but I would recommend it to someone who does. It's a great insight into what happened when the film was being made. This movie is in the same vein as "The Blair Witch Project". It's sad, disturbing, and heart wrenching. It's not for everyone, but it is a must see for anyone who appreciates a great film. It is a true story, and not fiction, and has an actual twist to it. This movie is about how the film was made and how they went about it. The director, director, producer, the people involved, and everyone else in this film are all important. It is a must see for anyone who is interested in the industry or films. Great job, and keep up the good work.

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Gloria L.

To be honest, I had a lot of expectations for this film. The concept was so interesting and the actors were quite impressive, especially the lead character, but the film just didn't live up to its potential. The plot was too complicated and it was quite hard to follow. The story was not explained well and it was just all over the place. I also had a problem with the ending. The film was still quite enjoyable, but I think it could have been better. The concept is very original, and I definitely recommend seeing it. I'm really looking forward to seeing the next documentary.

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Marie B.

The BBC made a documentary on the life of the Mervyn Shakespear-In-The-Sky-in-Space-and-Time. Although the film does not have the usual production values of a BBC film, it is nevertheless a good documentary about a historical event. The production values of the BBC documentary are not bad, but the tone of the documentary is very serious, and the tone is conveyed very effectively. I would have liked to have seen a slightly less serious tone of the documentary. On the other hand, the quality of the production values is good. I would recommend the documentary to people who like the BBC. However, I would not recommend the documentary to people who are not interested in history or who do not like to think about the subject.

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Jean E.

First, let me say that I'm not a fan of Jeremy Irvine. I think he's a pretty weird guy. He seems to be a little too interested in himself and, at times, seems to be trying to be more than he is. So, if you're going to see this documentary, don't expect a documentary. This is more of a rant about Jeremy Irvine. I would rather watch this documentary than a feature film, but it does tell the story of Jeremy Irvine and it's pretty interesting. The documentary is mostly about his adventures on the set of the film "Waterworld." I was surprised to see how much Jeremy Irvine was involved with the film. He was the one who worked on the sets, directed the film, wrote the script, and basically gave his life to make this film happen. His obsession with making "Waterworld" the best film possible led him to the death of his wife, who was the director of the film, because he couldn't do it. Jeremy Irvine also directed the "Escape from New York" movie that he made in 1993. I don't know if you've heard, but that was his last film. I think this was the beginning of his decline. He seems to have lost his ability to direct films. I think he had a lot of talent and I still think he was a pretty good director. The movie is amazing and I'm still amazed that he directed it. It's a pretty good movie. I think he did it because he needed to do something different. If you're looking for a documentary, I don't recommend this. I think you'd be better off watching a feature film like "Dreamboat."

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Thomas P.

A short film about the death of a prominent New York lawyer. The film looks at the accident that killed the lawyer and the impact it had on his family, friends and colleagues. The film has a wide range of interviews with people connected with the accident and their reactions to it. The film is a bit slow at times, but is a worthwhile experience. I think it is a bit hard to find and even harder to find a copy of it. I would definitely recommend it.

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Denise Gonzalez

The boat in which the British sailor Herbert Nescampe (Michael Walsh) was rescued from the Atlantic in the mid 19th century has been on public display for almost 50 years. In 1968, the boat was bought by the museum and the original 1920's photos were preserved. Then, in 2002, the boat was rediscovered in the River Thames by the museum's historian, Colin Carr. But, with the current, yet to be realized, plans for the museum to build a new boat, the boat will now be shown at night for a limited time only. (Because of its small size, it's on loan to a museum in England, in a different location, for a full year). Director Peter Jackson, himself a former student of the original boat, decided to make a documentary about the boat, and, as a result, came up with a very interesting story, as well as having some great underwater shots. (The river Thames is one of the most beautiful and deep waterways in the world). The film is well made, but it's not about the history of the boat, but about the people who were on it. For example, the historian, Carr, is a very well-known person, and a very well-respected person, in the area of British history. He's also a very well-known person on the Internet, and has done many interviews. I think that he should be given more exposure on the Internet, and on the TV. The film has a few nice moments, but is not really a great film, in my opinion. I do think that it's very well-made, but I also think that it's a bit overrated, because it's not really a documentary. (It's more a documentary about the boat and the history of it). In summary, I think that the film is well made, and I would recommend it to people who are interested in the history of the boat, but it's not really a great film. It's better to see a documentary about it, like "The Story of the Titanic" (2003), or "The Rise and Fall of the British Empire" (2004).

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Emily W.

This film is about the twenty-first century and how it changed the way we think and how we live. It is a great film and a must see.

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Brenda Hart

Although the film is of great value for anyone with a knowledge of the history of the ship, it is the presentation of the events that are the most significant. The narrative is narrated by historian Carl Tuckman, whose recollections of the ship's sailing are very close to the truth. Many of the details are based on personal experience and the subjectivity of this document is a great asset to the viewer. The purpose of the film is to tell the story of the voyage, the crew, and the way it was received by the public. However, the film's greatest asset is the depiction of the voyage itself. The film itself does not contain the story of the voyage itself. Rather, it shows the people on board, the moments of triumph and defeat, and the way in which the history of the ship was portrayed. The journey was a one-way trip, and the fact that the film is not a documentary is not a negative, but a positive. This is a historical document, and as such, the film should not be judged on its historical value alone, but on its artistic value. The film does a good job of showcasing the beauty of the ship, the crew, and the wonderful photography. The photography is truly amazing, and I am sure that most of the images are not available in the public domain. The film is great for those who have a love of sailing, and will enjoy the film's narrative.

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This is an honest look at the underground of the feminist movement in the 1970's and 80's, but it is also very funny and inspiring. It really shows the creativity of women in the movement, and the dedication of many of them. This is a documentary that is very true to its subject matter, and it's a must-see for anyone who wants to know about the feminist movement in the 1970's. There are a lot of fascinating facts and statistics about the movement, and it's very entertaining. It is a must-see for anyone who is interested in the feminist movement. It's also an interesting look into the women who have been involved with the movement, and it's very informative. This documentary is great, but it is not without flaws. There are some parts that are a bit unrealistic, such as the whole bit where the girl walks out of the garage, but that is still a great part of the documentary. I was really surprised by the amount of time that was put into the movement, because it's so small in comparison to the time that was spent in the movement. I really thought that the documentary was very good, and I would recommend it to anyone.