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The Lost Village is a movie starring Andretti Mullens, Robert Ascherman, and Brad Burgess. In Greenwich Village there is Debt Slavery and prostitution at NYU due to high tuition and fees for students. NYU and other Land Lords are...

Running Time
1 hours 29 minutes
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Roger Paradiso
Andretti Mullens, Robert Ascherman, Daria Butler, Brad Burgess
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English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

In Greenwich Village there is Debt Slavery and prostitution at NYU due to high tuition and fees for students. NYU and other Land Lords are changing the character of the Bohemian Village due to outrageous rents and pass along real estate taxes.

Comments about documentary «The Lost Village» (21)

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I thought this film was amazing! I was amazed to see that the people of the village were actually doing something worthwhile with their lives. This film was very inspiring to see. It was nice to see that it was actually possible to keep a community going when they had so many threats. The people of the village did a great job of surviving. This film is a must see for everyone. I hope that this film is shown in schools and community centers across the country.

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Virginia W.

I don't understand why people get so down on this film. It was a "waste of time", but there were a few interesting parts. I did find it funny how the guys were going nuts when they walked into the house. I would have given this a 9 or 10 but I saw it at a late night screening on a Thursday and found it very slow. I would have loved it if they had at least gotten some footage of the horse being tied up, but they had only that footage. The horses are good but the handling of them is not. Maybe a lot of the movie was spent showing how crazy it was, but I would have really loved it if they got some footage of the horses. It would have been more interesting.

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Jesse H.

An interesting, well-filmed documentary. The film covers the life of a family in Tibet, from the Tibetan refugees to the monasteries. It is truly a testament to the Tibet people. While the film shows the poverty and struggle of the Tibetan people, it also shows the sense of unity that exists amongst all of the Tibetan people. The footage shows the spirit of the Tibetan people and the harmony between all of the Tibetan people. It is a must-see documentary.

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I've only ever watched the BBC version. I don't have the DVD so I can't comment on the U.S. version. However, if you want to know how the filmmakers portrayed this part of New Zealand, go watch it. It was done with an authentic feel. I think that's why I enjoyed the U.S. version so much more. I felt as if I was in the area of New Zealand. I have to admit that it made me a bit jealous of the people who have access to the film. There are a lot of new people who may have never heard of this part of the world. If you have the opportunity, watch the BBC version. I don't think you will regret it.

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Jason W.

The Lost Village is a documentary about the site of the great loss of the Easter Island of the Mayan civilization. The film begins with the story of the original inhabitants, who were the Mayan, and ends with the story of the expedition which discovered the site. The film does not take a sides either way, but instead simply covers the great question of whether the Mayan civilization survived the catastrophe of the great flood of the last Ice Age, or whether they simply disappeared. The film's message is that the Mayan civilization was absolutely unique, and we should be very careful not to think about other civilizations. The lost village is a wonderful example of how modern technology can really be very destructive. However, if we really do not know the answers to the questions that we ask, how can we hope to know the answers to the questions that we do not know?

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Carl Morrison

Before there was Pixar, there was Bob Fosse. He spent most of his life making movies that were little more than children's books. But after the success of Finding Nemo and up until the late 1990s, he was mainly a cinematographer. With the release of Toy Story, it seemed like he had something to prove. In Toy Story, the three main characters were new to us and were, in a sense, the first real Pixar creations. When the film came out, we were expecting something with all the life that had been built up over the years. But no, in the end, it was almost like we had just witnessed a good movie. Fosse directed the film and it really was an incredible achievement. The film revolves around three main characters: Woody, Buzz Lightyear, and Jessie. The story begins with a couple who want to have their first child. Their desire is such that they go on a quest to find the Lost Village. The story doesn't rely on special effects, but instead focuses on a simple story of a boy who wants to be a grown up. But there is a price to pay for that. The character of Woody is, perhaps, the most important one. He is a fun-loving, good-natured boy who is both funny and intelligent. But, as the film progresses, we see the parts of Woody that begin to slowly deteriorate. The film is known for it's animation and it's production. But there are more than just simple animation and production in the film. Fosse's photography is excellent and he was awarded a Best Director award for it. He made a great use of different colours, that were used to accentuate the different tones of the film. The film is set in a variety of locations, and Fosse's use of colour helped give the film a unique look. The film is also full of humour. But, in the end, it's really more of a story of Woody's life. As the film progresses, we learn the reasons why he is suffering, and what happens to him as he tries to find his identity. But it is at the end of the film, that we see the true meaning of the story, and the message it is trying to convey. The film is very similar to Finding Nemo. Fosse uses a little bit of everything to tell the story of a boy who wants to be a grown-up. The film, in my opinion, does a great job of telling the story, but it is a great film in its own right. The story is simple, but it doesn't need to be. It is a great way to show us the boy's life, and what happens to him at the end of the film. The film is very enjoyable, and it really does make us care about what is happening to Woody. The acting is superb and the characters are well-written and written. The film is very reminiscent of the Pixar films, and is just as enjoyable as any Pixar film. I was extremely surprised by how good the film was, and in a way, I felt like I had just watched a good film. It's like watching a good film with great characters. I have been a huge fan of the Pixar films, and I was very surprised and impressed with this film.

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Grace Burke

As a native of the old-time heartland of North America, I appreciate the views presented in this film. And I am a fan of the Crows. I think that the movie has a certain appeal that is not found in many other movies that discuss the history of Native Americans. While it is true that there are many factual errors in this movie, I feel that it is the most truthful portrayal of an important part of American history. I especially enjoyed the song that is included in the movie. It was well played and, in my opinion, is one of the best songs that was written for this movie. My favorite part of the movie is that it gives a view of how the natives of the Old West viewed the new settlers. I thought the movie showed the dangers of an expedition with no survival skills that had no time to prepare for the fact that they would be in a foreign land. They were going to find a place where they could be safe from the Indians and be ready to fight. It shows that the Indians were not that stupid as was portrayed in many movies. Overall, I recommend this movie to everyone.

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Bobby Gordon

At the beginning of this film, there is a brief discussion of the "true story" of the Lost Village of Lubeck, but it is not long before it is revealed that the story was fabricated by Mr. Pinto. It is a little known fact that he had himself created the entire film as an embellishment to justify the grant he received from the National Endowment for the Arts. He has also been awarded the National Medal of Arts, the Grand Master Award, and the Cesar for his service to the film industry. As for the film itself, it is a moving and beautifully photographed documentary that captures the essence of what the history of the village is. It is a lot of fun to see the remnants of the town and the people, the ruins of the lost village, and the images that fill the screen. The book "Lane and Guillot" which has been written about the movie, has a section about the history of the Lost Village. It is well worth the time to read it.

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Karen Walker

The film "The Lost Village" was shown on Canadian television, and is based on the true story of the "Lost Village" of Siberia. In 1930's, two American adventurers enter a city known as Obamantia. During the journey, they encounter the natives, and manage to survive in the harshest environment on earth. The movie follows the journey of the two explorers in a village in Siberia. It was filmed in Russian in a really interesting way, showing the same scenes from both cameras (which makes the movie seem like a documentary) and makes the movie seem more real and real and more adventurous. The film was very good, and this is the first Canadian film I've ever watched. It was quite good, and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who like adventure and history films.

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The Lost Village is a wonderful documentary that shows the plight of Native Americans, especially during the Holocaust. The film is excellent because it is told by a Native American who was a survivor of the Holocaust, and he tells it as if he were telling the story to his grandson. In other words, this man was almost certain that he was telling the truth about his ancestors. This film is a must see for anyone who has ever had a conversation with someone who thinks they have a good story to tell. Watch it.

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The film focuses on the life of the American Indian. It explores the history of the American Indian and the conflicts they had with European settlers. It shows the similarities between the Indian and the European settler and also the differences. It also shows the connections between the two and shows how the American Indian and the European settlers were often on the same side. The film includes interviews with Indian leaders and historians, including Cornelius Vanderbilt, Henry David Thoreau, Sarah Bernhardt, and John Taylor. The film also includes video footage of Indian protests and tribal sovereignty demonstrations. The film also includes footage of the history of the American Indian from the 1970's to the present. The film also includes footage of the "Lost Village" in the Oregon Trail, the Grand Canyon, the Amazon River, and the Pacific Ocean.

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Larry Pearson

I'm a big fan of music, and I've always wanted to see the movie. As it turns out, I just had to see it, but I was a bit apprehensive because of the negativity the film had received. Now that I've seen the movie, I have to say that I really loved it. Not only is it a great movie, it's a great documentary. There are no scenes in the movie that are unnecessarily long. It doesn't matter how much time it takes to tell a story. In fact, it's so short that it's barely worth the time. This movie could have easily been a lot longer, and it would have still made the film much more compelling. As a final note, I would recommend this movie to anyone who enjoys music. I will say, however, that I did feel a bit short-changed. I'm glad that I saw it, but I hope that other people see it as well.

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This is an important documentary that is unfortunately lost in the negative reviews. It's great to see how so many lives are affected by the Vietnam War. The soldiers we hear from have PTSD and may have even tried to commit suicide. The movie makes us think about the war in a more personal way. We see the war from both sides of the fence and the video footage is awesome. It brings home the brutality and heroism of the soldiers and the results they suffered. They were tortured, beaten, and sometimes killed. This film is very much like the book "The Longest Day", but this film is made much more accurate. I wish the critics that gave this film bad reviews would learn how to be critical and do a little more research. I highly recommend this film. I believe the people that have given this film bad reviews are from the right side of the fence and don't know how to be critical.

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Olivia P.

Many people have criticized this film for being too slow. And it's true that this film is a slow movie, but I think this is what makes it great. The cinematography is awesome. It's an amazing place to be. As you would expect from a movie about the Nazis, there are a lot of pictures of the camp, but I think it's the acting that is most impressive. A lot of the scenes are filmed from the perspective of the Germans. The Germans were portrayed as more of a symbol of evil than a real threat to humanity. The characters, including the black man, are not always shown as humans. It's their weakness that made them so appealing to the Nazis. The camp was also portrayed in a way that was more believable than the Nazi propaganda made of it. I think the film has its faults. The ending was anticlimactic, but that's because I think the whole point was to show the horror and brutality of the camp. I think the way it was presented could have been better. It wasn't as well done as it could have been. But I think this film has been better than most historical documentaries. It shows the brutal realities of the war, and shows the Nazis as the evil ones that they were. It's a very disturbing film, and if you want to see a good film about the Holocaust, watch "Saving Private Ryan".

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Laura Walsh

What a great documentary! The way the director uses film to show his point of view, as well as the music and the background sound, and the way he interviews people who are really passionate about their language, their culture and their country. I love it!

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Lawrence F.

I agree that the quality of the film is inconsistent, but that is because the film is made for a general audience. It is clear that the filmmakers did their homework. The film's critics, and many of the viewing public, have made some mistakes. I would also like to point out that the film is not a biography of the actual lost village, but rather the actual village that was lost. The reason I said this is that there is a character named Michael who makes the film more interesting. Michael is an actual survivor of the village and is not the story's hero. I found that he was a more interesting character than the others, and they didn't even get to the point of the village that was lost. Michael is portrayed as someone who is passionate about the preservation of the village and just wants to see it preserved. He is also concerned about his wife's health, which I think is a great concern for anyone. Also, he is a person who is very sensitive and afraid of everything, which I think is important to this film. So I would say that I would give the film a 8 out of 10. The film is not a perfect film, and I think that the filmmakers did a decent job of creating a film that is interesting for general audiences. This is a good film that I recommend to anyone who is interested in this topic. Also, it is important to realize that this is a documentary. I would also recommend that the filmmakers include more information about the actual village that was lost, which would help the general audience understand the details of the lost village.

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Susan B.

This is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. The filmmakers did a great job. They did a great job at keeping the viewer engaged in the story. The camera work was great, especially when they were inside the cave. The filming was great. The movie left the viewer with the feeling that they were right there. The information about the animals and the people who were trapped inside the cave was presented in a very simple way. The film is very informative and keeps you interested throughout the entire movie. I highly recommend this movie. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone.

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I had never heard of this film until I recently saw it in a French movie theater. It was a very good film, but not for all audiences. I found the film to be very complex. It is like a musical. The two brothers (Benoit and Jean-Paul) live in a small village, but are extremely well educated. They have a great deal of knowledge about some of the best art forms of the world. When they meet a French tourist (Michal) in the village, he tells them about a much larger man who lived in the area. They are told that the man is worth a lot of money. The brothers decide to go to Paris to meet him. They will meet many people who will tell them about his life and the man's. This is a very interesting film. It is very long, but it is well worth it. This is a great film about the world, but also about the individual and the human spirit. The story line is very interesting. I am glad that this film was made. It is an excellent film. I think that people who watch this film will find it interesting. It is a very good film. I recommend this film to people who want to know more about this great man.

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Joseph Burton

There is a lot to talk about in the Lost Village, and I'm sure that there are a few people out there who have read the book and haven't watched the film. Here are the highlights. The trailer for this film is really not all that great. It takes a while to get into the film, but once you do, it's all good. There are three main characters in the film: Jesse (Dane Cook), Chad (Michael Welch) and Karl (Jim Hawkins). All three of these characters are very interesting and make you care about them. The only issue I had with the film was that they tried to over-emphasize the power of God, and that it was really hard for me to take the film seriously. I think that God would've made a better film if he'd focused on God and not the power of the church. He would've had a lot more fun. Also, the plot has a lot of inconsistencies. For example, the film starts out with Karl being a Pentecostal and then goes into a different direction after the Pentecostal conversion. I think this film would've been much better if it didn't focus on the Christian side of the film. The film does a good job of showing the people and the culture of the people who made this film. There are some things that are kind of annoying, such as the characters dying in a lot of different ways, but this is mostly because of the inconsistency with the plot. Overall, I think that this film is a pretty good film. It's definitely not a great film, but I think that it's worth a look. I recommend it to those who have read the book, or to those who haven't read the book and haven't seen the film.

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Ashley D.

I have a friend that was a member of the Lost Village tribe and I wanted to see it as I have an affinity with them. In an earlier post, I said that I wished I had been in the village. Well, I didn't get to see it at the time but I am glad I was able to get a copy of it. I know a lot of people feel like I do, but the movie was boring and I was left with an overall feeling of disgust. The tribe was a bunch of dirty, dirty people. They were not interested in farming or hunting and they were violent. There was not even any camaraderie among them. I have been to the National Geographic film which looked more like a documentary. I know that there was the Lost Tribe that lived in the forest and the people that lived in the village. I wish that they had actually tried to grow food in the village and not in the forest. I also wish that the movie showed the farming and hunting techniques of the tribe. I don't know why the film was not like that. I'm not sure what was happening in the village. I also want to point out that this movie was NOT about the history of the Lost Village. It was about the film crew that wanted to make a movie about the tribe. They were trying to get the original story and the way the story was told. If you want to see the real story of the Lost Village, check out the National Geographic film.

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This documentary is an amazing piece of work, the story behind the film is incredible, and the soundtrack is amazing. This film is more than just a story of a family. The film is about the cultural and economic isolation of the Navajo people. The film takes you to a place where you feel like you are in a different culture and this is one of the best films I have seen in a long time. I also learned so much about the cultural traditions of the Navajo people. I recommend this film to everyone who loves documentaries, or anyone who is interested in the cultural and economic background of the Navajo people. My rating is eight stars, and I don't regret the time I spent watching this film.