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Generation Found

GENERATION FOUND is a powerful story about one community coming together to ignite a youth addiction recovery revolution in their hometown. Devastated by an epidemic of addiction, Houston faced the reality of burying and locking up its young people at an alarming rate. And so in one of the largest cities in America, visionary counselors, law school dropouts, aspiring rock musicians, retired football players, oil industry executives, and church leaders came together to build the world's largest peer-driven youth and family recovery community. Independently filmed over the course of two years, GENERATION FOUND takes an unprecedented and intimate look at how a system of treatment centers, sober high schools, alternative peer groups, and collegiate recovery programs can exist in concert to intervene early and provide a real and tested long-term alternative to the "War on Drugs." It is not only a deeply personal story, but one with real-world utility for communities struggling with addiction worldwide.

Running Time
1 hours 25 minutes
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Jeff Reilly, Greg D. Williams
Jeff Reilly
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English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

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Zachary Black

This is a very well made documentary that goes into some of the history behind the drug trade. As I watched it I felt the horror, the anger, the fear, the sadness and the loneliness that were the effects of the drug trade. You can't help but feel the pain of the people who are directly affected by the drugs and the situations they are put into. You can't help but feel the feeling of wanting to stop the drugs, but the way they are brought to the world is the only way to stop the drugs. You feel that the drugs are being used by people who are trying to hide their true identity and the drugs are being used to fill that need for society. It is an all-encompassing documentary and it is a very well made film. If you have seen this film and don't want to see it again, then you should. It's a must see.

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Rose D.

It's a pleasure to see a documentary that doesn't take sides, that doesn't pretend to be objective, that doesn't want to be a parody or a critique. It's just a look at the man himself. It's not an Oscar-worthy doc, but it's definitely worth seeing for those who like this kind of film. I can't say that I saw anything I didn't like about it, but it's definitely worth watching.

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This film is the best documentary I have seen. It's a work of art that explores the science behind childhood, and how one's parent's are really the most important influences in one's life. While this film is great, it's not the best documentary I have ever seen. The good part about this documentary is that the scientist who made this documentary was also the scientist who made the seminal documentary "The Conversation." It's the same scientist who gave us the groundbreaking study that demonstrated the link between exposure to violent media and violent behavior. This movie follows the same scientist, but he is now retired and he is focusing on a much more personal subject. It's a story about the effect that children have on their parents and how the media has changed the way we view the world. One of the main issues I had with this film was the title. While the film title is "The Generation Found," it's not really a generation. It's really more of a society of children. The movie starts out showing a young boy that is abused by his father, and then the story continues in a much more personal way. There are many clips from interviews with the parents and children in the documentary. It's fascinating to see the way they see the world. It's just a fantastic documentary that shows the effects that children have on their parents and how media is the primary influence in this. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to learn more about the effects of media on the mind and how it has changed the way we view the world. 9/10

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Jeffrey Marshall

I remember when I saw this documentary, it took me by surprise. The originality of the film was incredible. The script and the research done by the film team were great. But what makes the film so interesting is the fact that this is the story of an actual country. This is the real reality of Iran. People are so different, I have no idea how they manage to get along, but I have a feeling that they are able to do so. This documentary does a great job of showing that Iranians are so different, but they are also very similar. The stereotypes are portrayed as strong stereotypes, but they are so strong that they are more than that. I was so surprised by the fact that Iran had a president that was so unlike any other. He was a revolutionary, but he had the personality of a president. I was very moved by this documentary, and I recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the Iranian people.

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Kyle A.

This is a must-see documentary about the destruction of the environment by the actions of the global corporations. The people interviewed are a cross section of the planet's population. The film's tone is one of an observer of the disasters. The interviewees are obviously the first line of defense in the fight against climate change. Many of the interviews have been conducted by the planet's leaders. The corporate representatives are generally concerned that they are not to be found in the film. One interviewee makes a powerful statement. He says that the planet will end in a flood, a war, and a famine. But we must do something about it. The fact that the film was filmed in India is a good sign. I have never heard of a documentary on the people of India before. It is a very impressive film, and I recommend it highly. It should be seen by all who want to know what is happening to the planet.

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Jane Long

I have no doubt that the reality of war is far more devastating than what is shown in this movie. I also think that the portrayal of the human toll is almost wholly accurate. But, what I did not expect was that the filmmakers would actually use the footage from the American prisoners to add a human element to the movie. It is truly remarkable that, at the very end of the movie, the movie credits the footage from American prisoners and not from the Japanese prisoners. That was a brave decision on the part of the filmmakers, who were prepared to leave the prisoners out of the movie, but wanted to give it a human touch.

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Susan B.

For a year, the ABC released a half-dozen of books and short films about the people who were the first to adopt the son of a new president. But this one gets the best treatment: interviews with all those involved in the project, as well as the original adoptee's parents, who are interviewed. The documentary was shown as part of a special film that ran at the end of the Olympics. It is a very entertaining film. A lot of the interviews are on the rare occasion that they do not sound scripted. A lot of the people interviewed talk about their reasons for wanting to adopt a new son, and some of the things they had to endure, while others talk about the joys of adopting a child. There are many things to like about this documentary, and many things to hate. But the things to love are: it is informative and very well done, and it contains a lot of interesting footage. The people interviewed, the original adoptee's parents, and the new adoptee's parents all tell their own stories. But the film is most interesting when the two groups of people speak in interviews, particularly the older adoptee's parents, who talk about their reasons for wanting to adopt a child, and their memories of the process of finding the new son. Many of the interviews are from the early years of adoption, so the documentary is going to be very educational for younger children. Some of the questions are a little bit tough for young children to answer, and the parents seem to talk a little bit about adopting as a family. This film is very well done, and worth seeing.

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Julie Cole

I've seen many documentaries over the years, and this one, written and directed by "jim" and directed by "hayden" really struck a chord with me. I wasn't sure if this documentary would be good or not, and it certainly did not disappoint. I think the directors did a great job in trying to capture the essence of this film and making it understandable. The actors were very good and the topics they were discussing were interesting. I also loved the score and how it really made the film. The music in this documentary is very important to me and this movie had a great soundtrack. My only complaint is that the documentary left out a lot of details about the cancer and how the treatments were done. It seemed like the cancer was not talked about as much as it should have been. If you are not familiar with the movie or don't want to waste your time, I recommend this documentary.

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Martha Kennedy

There's been a long history of movies dealing with the problems of urban youth. But this is a new level of movies. The movie "Generation Found" is based on a book written by the great philosopher David Graeber. It has been translated into various languages, and has become a kind of bible of the social problems of the youth. Graeber argues that the young are the victims of a system that has created a society that has given up on them. There are two types of youth in the movie: those who are exploited by the system and those who are victims. The exploitation of the youth is the main focus of the movie, but the other problems of the youth are also important. It is worth to see this movie. It shows the human condition of a society that has lost its way. The movie is an eye-opener and a moral to all who want to know what is going on in the world. It shows that there are many young people who are victims of a system that does not recognize their needs and wants. Graeber calls them the "Generation Found".

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Grace Lawson

A documentary that chronicles the lives of a group of East German men who were just 17 or 18 when they were arrested and sent to prison camps. Many of them were already famous and had become wealthy and famous for their talent in music, literature, and even acting. This documentary is not about the young men, but the wider world of music and literature. The documentary follows the interviews with several of these young men, as well as with their family and friends. The documentary covers the years 1977 to 1990 and it shows how music and literature became a powerful force in the lives of the young men. The documentary also tells of the harsh realities of prison life, the consequences of the arrest, and the impact on the young men's lives. The documentary is very well made and the interviews are very interesting. The documentary does not just tell the story of these young men, but of their lives as well. It shows that music and literature have changed the lives of the young men and their families. They are now known as heroes of their generation and they are now the household names in their own right. In addition to the interviews, the documentary also features a documentary that goes into detail about the crimes of the former regime and how the music scene has changed over the years. The documentary does not cover everything, but it does cover many of the issues the young men faced. It does not tell the whole story, but it does tell the young men's stories. It also goes into detail about the music and literature scene and how it has changed over the years. This documentary is an excellent documentary that is well worth watching. I recommend it.

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Lawrence Roberts

The Wachowski brothers do a masterful job of keeping the viewer interested in what they are showing. This is the best documentary I've seen in a while. The emotional strength and depth of the subjects is so well thought out that you have to feel as if you know these people to understand them. You want to know what drives these people. I couldn't help but wonder if the people that go to prison are really what they are being accused of. There is a lot of interesting information to be had. I would recommend this documentary to anyone interested in the world of prison politics and the realities of life behind bars.

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Not a big fan of the music of Blur, but I thought the documentary was very informative and entertaining. I also loved the way the music was used as a medium to tell the story of the band. I can't say much about the performances, as there are only two people who have any knowledge of the band, but I do think that the one in the band at the time, Damon Albarn, was superb. He really embodied the whole band, and he played some great songs on his instrument, and I also thought he was very funny. I was also impressed with the use of archival footage, and the fact that the band never seemed to be a one man band. I also loved the documentary about the band, but I didn't think it was as good as the film about Blur, because it was more focused on the band, and not on the Blur archives. I did like the part where they interviewed some of the band members, and the band members were really great and interesting. I think the documentary would have been better if it had a more focused focus on the archive, as I felt that was a lot more interesting. Overall, a great documentary, and I definitely recommend it.

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Elizabeth Moreno

We have been fighting for a month to get the video of this documentary to be released. It is my hope that it will be seen by a lot of people and that it will become a powerful statement. This film is one of the most important documents I have ever seen. It should be viewed by people who want to see how the government is destroying the world. The people who produce this film, many of them have a background in ecology and know that what they are doing is wrong. I am also concerned about the kind of people that will be drawn to the films. We know that the U.S. government is about to invade and use the greatest mass of oil in the world to run the nation and there is going to be a lot of money to be made. The U.S. government is not going to stop. We are facing a third world war that is going to happen. I want to encourage people to see this film. It is a very powerful documentary. We should all be concerned about what is happening in the world.

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Vincent Kelley

In a very short time, this documentary got the attention of the entire world. It is a must see for every single person who has had to deal with cancer. The movie does a very good job of explaining the side of the disease and the people involved. I think it was the most interesting thing that I have ever seen about cancer. It made me feel so angry about what I saw happening to those children and the families that supported them. I think that it is a very good movie that should be shown in schools and at least on the Internet. It is very important to get the message out that cancer is a disease that needs to be treated, and that you should not give up on the fight.

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I first became aware of the film "Generation Found" when my father said it was his favorite film of all time. My first reaction was "why?" I don't think I really understood what the film was about until I saw it again about two years ago. I was really taken aback by the message the film was trying to send and the way it was presented. I was even more shocked by how it was presented. I was surprised by how much I felt the film really told me. The film is a story about the growth of the German people and the struggle they faced in the early years of World War 2. It was a very personal film for me. It was made by a German-Canadian filmmaker who was born and raised in Montreal and then moved to the United States. The film is a great personal story, and I was surprised how real it felt. This is an important film to me. It was made for me and for all Canadians who had a hand in making this film. I recommend this film to anyone who likes documentaries about the German people, the Germans in Canada, and the Holocaust. It is a film that I think all Canadians should see and it will be a great film to show your friends or family. This is a great film that I hope will be seen by many people.

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Gary Burke

A look into the lives of the six girls who were the inspiration for The Polar Express, as well as a look at their lives post-production. Some of the highlights are the dedication of the cast, the preparation for the filming, and the time and money they spent on this project. Also included are interviews with some of the other cast members, including Harry Dean Stanton, a child actor who was only 11 when he began to appear in films, and Jack H. O'Connell, who was only 12 when he began to play young boys in films. The Polar Express is the story of three girls, who have grown up with a father who has been a successful conductor, and a mother who is a mother who has had her children's stories told to her for years. These stories are very moving, and they are still the heart and soul of the film. The only real flaw in this film is that it does not really tell the story in its entirety. There are some other documentaries that are much more informative than this one. But, overall, this film is excellent.

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Johnny H.

A fascinating look at the lives of some of the most influential people in the world today. But the first half is also a surprisingly interesting look at the background to each person. I enjoyed watching the people who were interviewed. I think they did an amazing job at telling the stories of how they met, who they are, where they came from and how they became famous. The stories of the interviewees are interesting and surprising. And the questions are interesting and interesting. The second half is a little more depressing and depressing. It was just too depressing. I also didn't find any stories particularly funny or funny. But that's just my opinion. I think the second half of the film is also interesting. But I think the first half is more interesting. So I give it a 9 out of 10.

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Adam Duncan

In the last decade of the twentieth century, American society has been rocked by a great deal of controversy and some strange new phenomena. The Troubled Mind:A History of American Psychosis (2017) is a very well written and very thought provoking documentary that should be viewed by everyone. This documentary is divided into two parts, the first focusing on the experiences of the American Psychiatric Association in the 1950s and 1960s and the second on the DSM-III, the first version of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, the guide for clinicians and the general public to understand mental disorders. I loved this documentary because it was very honest and very well produced. It is a must see for anyone interested in mental health. If you are interested in mental health, this documentary is for you.

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The documentary is well worth seeing, and is worth the price of admission alone. It's a good attempt to convey the feeling of the generation found. It's not an accurate portrayal of this generation, but the filmmakers have done a good job of making it a character-driven and very interesting story.

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Alan Hicks

I'm in my mid-30's and I've never really known what it felt like to be young. I guess I'd never really experienced any kind of puberty. It's almost like I was born when the fad was over. I think the film is incredibly accurate, both of the pop culture of the time and the self-perception that was so prevalent in the world. There's a scene with a young man who talks about his parents who were divorced, and his father was always going on about how much he missed his mother, and how much he missed his father. It's a very real thing. I think it's really cool to see how people reacted to the fad and the celebrities of the time. You also get to hear some of their real stories, including their own attitudes towards sex. There are really funny and even touching moments in the film. You'll be laughing out loud at some of the conversations. The film is an incredibly accurate portrayal of how the world reacted to the fad of the 60s. It also includes a lot of really funny stories about the famous celebrities who were part of the fad and the people who were just into the fad. It's a really fascinating look at how the world reacted to the fad and how the famous people tried to live a normal life. I think it's very important to look at the fad and what happened and how people reacted to it. It really shows how quickly people changed their opinions and attitudes about sex and sexuality.