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Rat Film is a movie starring Theo Anthony, Dan Deacon, and Matt Fouse. Across walls, fences, and alleys, rats not only expose our boundaries of separation but make homes in them. "Rat Film" is a feature-length documentary that uses...

Other Titles
Film o szczurach
Running Time
1 hours 22 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Theo Anthony
Writer
Theo Anthony
Actors
Matt Fouse, Theo Anthony, Will Kearney III, Dan Deacon
Country
USA
Year
2016
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Across walls, fences, and alleys, rats not only expose our boundaries of separation but make homes in them. "Rat Film" is a feature-length documentary that uses the rat--as well as the humans that love them, live with them, and kill them--to explore the history of Baltimore. "There's never been a rat problem in Baltimore, it's always been a people problem".

Comments about documentary «Rat Film» (25)

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Carl S.

I liked this film. I was looking for a film on the mind and the effects of torture. This is it! First of all, the film has some amazing footage and interviews. It makes you wonder about some of the situations people have been through and what has happened. The interview with the American journalist, Bradley Manning, was the most moving part of the film. I'm a soldier, and the footage of how he felt during the war, the time he spent in prison and the feelings he still has after leaving the military is so real. In the interview, he says he felt like he was living on a very bad nightmare. The photographer who documented his imprisonment, Steven Pagones, made it a very chilling experience. A great film about a terrible subject. This documentary is great and has an important message. If you want to see the reality of the effects of torture, this is a great film. It's important to note that the book "The A-Team" is also a great film about a group of soldiers who were captured in Viet Nam and fought in a secret war. It's a very informative film, and it gives you the important message of how a culture can change. It's something everyone should see, and it will be a very important film to see.

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Laura Taylor

It's not a romantic comedy, it's not a comedy, it's not a romance, it's a documentary. Filmmaker/journalist Jarrad Chara creates an unique and unique documentary film. Chara has a passion for the film-making process and he takes great pride in his work. I loved this film. It is a fascinating look at the characters of indie film-makers, it's unique, it's fascinating, it's a really entertaining and engrossing documentary. Chara captures the essence of the medium with unparalleled insight and insightfulness. A special mention should go to Rob Reiner, the director, and Robert Greenwald, the producer. These two men have put their hearts and souls into this film. I thoroughly recommend this film to anyone interested in film-making. It's a truly special, and unique documentary film.

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Ruth Vargas

Ever since the dawn of the visual novel scene, there has been one film franchise in the world that has tried to be a series and one of the top two is the Berserk franchise. But this film doesn't have anything like the Berserk franchise. Instead, it tries to follow a simple plot. It is told in a way that makes you feel like you're watching a documentary instead. It is also a world that is filled with comedy and the music is not in the least bit mainstream. It is something else. This film will not appeal to a mass audience and it is a niche film. But this is still something that you can watch over and over and over and it still has the same effect.

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Daniel

The reason this movie has gotten so little exposure is that there is simply no plot to speak of. Everyone knows about the titanic, but only an idiot would not know that not a single person has ever walked on a mountain peak and not been hit by a lightning bolt. This is all speculation, but the film does give the viewer enough information to understand the true scale of the earthquake. It is just as exciting to me as the earthquake is to the people who were in it. The movie doesn't try to tell you who was in it, how or why. The camera work is beautiful, and it just looks amazing. It is worth the rental, but I would give it the watch if I had the chance.

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Mark Fernandez

This is a great documentary about the dark side of the industry of porn, and a discussion of the reasons for it. There are many good points in the film, but the worst thing is that it tries to present porn as a normal adult activity. Pornography and adult activities are two completely different things. You shouldn't be able to talk about it as normal adult activities, when you have no evidence that porn is normal. If you want to learn more about it, watch porn or porn addiction, because it's a lot more important than this documentary. You shouldn't be able to say it's normal and then turn around and say porn is normal. There are two kinds of porn, and they should be two separate things. To learn more about porn or pornography, you have to watch the films and learn what porn is. I liked this film because it has a good balance between documentary and comedy. It's not trying to be funny. It's not trying to be shocking. It's trying to be humorous and informative about what's wrong with this industry and what's wrong with the porn industry. It's also informative about how porn and the porn industry is different from other adult activities. Porn is a business and it is supposed to be successful. It's not meant to be fun. Pornography is a serious thing and is only meant to make money. If you don't have to think about it, then you have to. It's not a great documentary, but it's a very good one. I give it an 8 out of 10. Recommended. 9/10

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Mary

First, I'm not familiar with the tradition of making films about the death penalty and thus I'm not going to take a position in that subject matter. But I can say that this is one of the best. It provides a very interesting look at one of the most controversial topics in our society. The film is a compelling and honest look at what is going on in the justice system, the ethics of a trial and the ultimate outcome of the case. The result is a documentary about justice in a country where the death penalty is still on the table. One of the best documentaries I have ever seen. I strongly recommend it.

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Brittany

There's no doubt about it - the state of health care in America is a disaster. It's not a health care system that works. It's a system that doesn't work. It's a system that is too expensive, too slow, and too slow to get any value for the money we pay. A system that doesn't work is a system that should be closed down. The film "The Commonwealth" is a real look at the problems and what is being done about them. At its best, it's an honest, realistic look at what the American health care system is and how it could work if only the government would be more concerned about what it was doing to the American economy. At its worst, it's a soap opera. The only thing that saves this film from being a total waste of time is the acting. Jason Mraz, Terence Howard, and James DeBello are all outstanding. The film is a must see. Although it's not a bad film, I would recommend it to anyone looking for a good documentary that will make you think. A must see for anyone concerned about the health care system in the United States.

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Tyler Long

A friend gave me this film when it first came out in 2010, and I have been a fan ever since. The story is about "Bucky," a young man who can't decide whether he wants to be a football player or a basketball player, and when he meets a girl, he has to decide if he should live with her, and his older brother and sister. I also liked the different scenes from the team's practice and games, which really show how hard the guys worked to be great. The guy who played basketball and the guy who played football were both very talented, and that really shows through. When watching this movie, you can't help but notice the changes in the players over the years, and how they have progressed. They have continued to go through the same growth as they have been going through in their youth. It's really amazing that they have grown up so much over the years, and how much better they have become. If you ever got the chance to see this film, please give it a shot, you won't be disappointed. The guys, the kids, and the coaches were all great, and I believe this film shows what goes on in the world of high school sports, and the special people who go through the pain and challenges that come with playing in college. It really does show that hard work pays off, and that sports truly can make the difference in people's lives.

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Julie Lane

This is a very unique documentary. First of all, it's a very interesting look at the film industry of the 80's and the corruption it can lead to. The main character is also a journalist. So, what does that tell you? The film really doesn't offer any answers, only takes a look at some of the films, as if it is some sort of a journalistic investigation. This is of course not the case, it is simply a documentary about a film, and there is nothing that you can't discover. This is a good thing. The film has some very well made interviews and clips. It seems that some of the critics of this film are wrong. It also reminds me of something I saw in a small Finnish movie theater, the kind of people who work on the production. The argument that the film industry is corrupt is, for me, not the most interesting part of the film. The most interesting part is the history of the film industry. I think it was interesting to hear a lot of things that you wouldn't usually hear in a documentary. The film also shows how they are important and how they work. A lot of people got their start in the film industry. The film also has some good clips from the film industry. It was very interesting to see the interviews with the main character. I can't think of a better way to make a film than to take a look at it. This is a very interesting documentary, that looks at the big film industry of the 80's.

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Marilyn L.

It is absolutely fascinating to watch this film. I was very surprised that this film was given the 100% rating that it had received by the critics. I am glad that this film is out there and that people are still able to see it and be enlightened. A few comments from other reviewers here on IMDb: 1. About the color scheme. Is it supposed to be black and white? It is the same color scheme used throughout the film. 2. Why do some of the characters have such an air of mystery about them. Maybe it's a good thing? 3. How come these movies seem to be getting worse and worse with every passing year? 4. When you think of the zombie films, you think of zombies that have been dead for years, probably decades, but this film is almost a comedy. I believe that this is a good thing because it makes people realize that when a zombie is dead, it is just another day at the office. I would highly recommend this film to anyone who is looking for something different.

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Philip

I would like to comment on the film as a whole. It was fascinating, I laughed a lot, and at the end of the day I was struck by the fact that I'm actually the same age as the people in the film, who were of the same generation. They were making decisions that were based on the very same information and morals I was made to believe I was. They didn't have to make a statement, and the film wasn't an example of taking the easy way out, the movie was about people who made decisions based on their own beliefs, and had no idea what they were doing. The film was also very dark, especially with the characters who were supposed to be the heroes. They didn't know what to do with themselves and didn't really care about the consequences. As the film began to show some of the things the characters were doing, I started to get annoyed. They were both behaving irrationally. It was like the characters were trying to hide their emotions. The film also made me think of my own parents, who did the same thing to me when I was younger. I was a dumb kid, and my parents pushed me away and told me not to go out with the wrong people. I felt responsible for what happened to them, but I didn't know the consequences. The film made me aware of how uneducated I was, and that was a good thing. I didn't know how to handle the responsibility I had created for myself.

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Nancy P.

This is a great documentary about a man who makes games. I would recommend this to anyone who is interested in playing games. The filmmaker did a great job capturing his experiences and the reactions he gets from others. The writer/director did a great job focusing on the game industry, which I think is pretty important to his film. He did a great job of bringing game studios and consumers together and helping them understand what the gaming industry is really about. This movie was really inspiring and in a sense made me want to learn more about game development. If you are a gamer, I think you will enjoy it. I think you will also learn a lot about video games and gaming. This is a great film that can help both the gaming and film community understand each other better.

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Michelle H.

Many of the comments in the IMDb seem to think that this is a classic documentary, which it isn't. However, it does show the reality of the exploitation that can happen for young people. I was really shocked to hear that the young person killed had a rap sheet that included assault and battery and robbery. In addition, the other young people did not seem to have a rap sheet. They appeared to be homeless and drug addicted. It also showed the homeless. I understand the intent of this documentary was to show how one person can have so much power over another, but this was not shown in any detail. I really think that this is a very important movie and it should be shown to children so they can see what can happen to a person when their human rights are violated. It is definitely a great movie, especially if you have a child.

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Teresa Valdez

One would think that after the passing of the 50th anniversary of the cinematic death of Bertolucci's great film, Psycho, that one would assume that the people who created and oversaw this "Gothic" would give it the respect it deserves, but they failed to do so. If you want to see what the people behind Psycho were trying to do, watch this, as it is very well done. The film, directed by Bernardo Bertolucci, is a very entertaining and well-made depiction of how, in the modern-day world, a crazy and sick serial killer would terrorize the streets of London. Some of the scenes that stand out the most are the ones where the killer rides a bike around the streets, stalks the streets in a car, or waits for someone to walk in a certain direction. As with Bertolucci's other films, this one features a terrific supporting cast that include a young Christian Bale, who gives an excellent performance, as the detective who is dispatched to the scene of the crime. Another great performance by Bale is when he tries to catch the killer with a friend while they were trying to be helpful to an elderly woman who had just been raped. One of the scenes that stands out is when Bale is eating at a cafe with a friend, when he hears a terrible scream. This is when Bale is so shocked that he has to take off his shirt to hide his identity as an actor. It is the best performance he ever gave in a film. The other great performance is by Russell Crowe. He gives a very understated performance in his role as a policeman who is forced to play a very important role in the investigation. Crowe's acting is not only good, but very understated, as he never overplays his role. In fact, when he is at home with his wife and child, he doesn't speak a word. Crowe is truly an underrated actor, and this is the first time he has won a Best Actor Oscar, as he did not win that for Gladiator, but he did win it for Bronson, which he did not win for Ghandi. Crowe is truly underrated, as he is deserving of a lot more recognition than he has received. Overall, it is a great film that is highly recommended. While it does not have as many plot points as some of Bertolucci's other films, it is still very entertaining and well-done.

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Billy

One of the most popular television films of the 70's and early 80's, this film is a "must see" for any fan of horror movies. It covers the same territory as all the other Nightmare on Elm Street films, but it does it in a very different manner. The film starts out with the masked killer making his presence known as he strikes one of the girls. The killer continues to come and go at will, and the people who don't pay attention, aren't that smart. Although the film is a little overlong, it is still an excellent and entertaining horror film. Overall, this is a very well made film. I think you will be surprised.

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Austin

While it's not an excellent documentary, I did enjoy this. The film shows an excellent insight of the ways that the workers in these factories are treated. The film has some humorous scenes, but also some powerful and poignant scenes. It's really hard to get the details about these factories, but I highly recommend it. The interviews with people who worked in the factories were very insightful, as was the time lapse with these factories. The black and white footage shows what it was like to work in the factories, as well as the photography of the factories. Some of the images were so dramatic that I have to laugh about them. The film is very well done and leaves a lot of room for debate. It does show that these factories are still in operation today, but it also shows that they're not the same as they were in the late 60's, early 70's.

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Edward Thomas

One of the most acclaimed and feared directors of all time, Peckinpah once again gives us a look at the man behind the mask.I had the pleasure of seeing this in a screening and really enjoyed the film.It's very heavy and extremely informative as it gives a very personal view of Peckinpah, and a look at his childhood and youth, and his thoughts on violence, the role of cinema and the human condition. I was a fan of his before this film came out and it was a great look at his career, and his thoughts about violence, the role of cinema and the human condition. If you have not seen it then I suggest you watch it immediately as it is a must see. I would really recommend it for anyone who has not seen it, or for anyone who has and wants to hear more of the man behind the mask.

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Hannah R.

I was unable to watch this movie in the theaters. For a limited release on DVD in the fall, it is simply a brilliant documentary. The filmmakers are a wonderfully organized bunch of guys, all excellent filmmakers, who have never before given a film of this magnitude a decent commercial release. It is the rare case that a documentary that contains interviews with people of great stature in the film industry, is the reason for making a documentary. For many filmmakers, the interviews are only about their work, but the vast majority of these people are behind the camera, working hard to make an entertaining, entertaining movie. It is the rare moment when a director gives an interview that is a story, not just an overview of the shoot. For directors and their film school students, this interview provides a good context for the work they are about to produce. For the filmmakers who have already made a film, the interview is an opportunity to hear from those who made it, and that is a true testament to their work. I encourage everyone to watch this and be amazed at the scope of the collective filmmaking. A must see!

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Deborah L.

The behind the scenes of an independent feature film is not always enjoyable. There are some films that will take the time to set up for you what's going to be on screen and how things will play out, but not every film needs to be a serious film. In this case I like this film, it is just all about the behind the scenes of how they created the story and the real actors in it. They found the perfect cast to play the lead characters, and even though they found the most talented actor ever to play opposite Cary Elwes, they made him so believable as a real bad guy. This film is extremely well done and they had an amazing story to tell. If you have seen this film, you will like it because it is just so well done. The plot is really well done and you really know what's going on. It's just a very well done film, and I really liked it.

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Joyce

Owing to the importance of this film to film buffs everywhere, it's only fair that I note the most prominent of the good things about this film: how the words of its author, Woody Allen, are translated and used by the actors in the film. In one scene, a young, young black man, John Singleton, tells Allen that his father taught him the most important things of life - "First, be a good man, and then, be a good man for the sake of the other man". As Singleton gives Allen the punch line, he says to Allen, "You have no idea what that means. I told you." If you watch this film, you will begin to notice the subtle, almost invisible signs that Allen puts into the script that add depth and detail to what the film is really about - love, friendship, forgiveness, and of course, love. This is a film that shines a light on the implications of human relationships, and it's a movie that is certainly worth watching. That said, I'd like to add that this film will never win any Oscars, and I won't be surprised if it never wins a single Oscar.

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Emily Harris

The documentary film "Cape Fear" is one of the few films that I have ever seen that combines good acting, good writing, good directing, and a very interesting plot. Although, I am a big fan of Ridley Scott, his work was not really what I was expecting. This film did not show his masterpiece film "Alien" (1986). I was expecting something else, but it was better than I expected. I am glad that the film was made because I really wanted to see this film. The film tells the story of Martin Landau, who is a movie director in New York City. He was also a murder detective in the 80's. He is assigned to investigate a murder of an actor in New York. Landau is only in New York for a week, so he needs a good detective to follow him. His investigation leads him to a family with an odd man named Ed Crane. Landau and Crane soon fall in love and eventually the two have a son. This film is not your standard romance, thriller, or crime film. It is a real drama. The film shows Landau's investigation, along with a great crime story. The cast is incredible. All of the cast members are brilliant. Kevin Bacon, Cary Elwes, Michael Gambon, and others. The story line is great. It is funny, suspenseful, and interesting. I can not understand why it did not get the recognition it deserved. I will say that it was not my favorite film of the year, but it is still one of my favorites. The film is about a great story. The acting is great. It is a good crime film. It is interesting. I can not find anything wrong with the film.

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Rachel Howell

This is a great film, and it is so easy to get caught up in the history of the movie industry. It's a great film, and I hope that you watch it and enjoy it. I don't want to give anything away, but this film is a great film, and I hope that you enjoy it.

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Carol

I think that if you were to watch "The Hateful Eight" you would find that it would be a very entertaining movie. It has everything a Tarantino fan could want, but I think the most unique aspect of the movie is its main character, Michael Madsen. He plays a very unusual character that no one has ever seen before. He has these really weird glasses that make him look like a man in a wheelchair, and his accent is so strange that it actually makes him sound very different from the way he normally speaks. He does say a lot of the lines that make you cringe. The last thing I have to say about this movie is that it is a very unique film that can only be described as an "Enemy of the State". It has everything that is expected in a Tarantino film. However, you do have to be very open minded. The majority of the movie is mostly about the Madsen character, and he is very unique in this film, as well as the director and writer. I have never seen an actor in this role before. It was a very interesting character, and a very unique one. I think it is worth a watch, but I don't think you would ever be bored. The movie is not long at all, and I think most of the people that watch it would enjoy it, but it is definitely not a movie for everyone.

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Stephanie

I was very excited to see this film. I have never heard of the man before, and I was excited to see his film. I am glad I did. This is a great documentary. The only thing I would have done differently is to have the man play himself, as he is a very good actor. It would have been interesting to see how he would have played the part. It was a great interview. I hope he continues to make films.

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Andrew A.

I really enjoyed this film. I was a little skeptical at first, but it was a great film. It was well researched and the subject matter was interesting. The film was very well edited, and I liked the interviews with the people involved. I think it is a great film to show people who have never seen the film before, and people who have seen the film before. I would recommend this film to anyone. It is well worth watching.