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Black Mother

From red light districts to lush rain-forests, 'Black Mother' is a loving and lyrical ode to Jamaica and its people, a visual poem that is at once deeply felt love letter and ecstatic street-corner prayer.

Running Time
1 hours 17 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Khalik Allah
Country
USA, Jamaica
Year
2018
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Black Mother» (14)

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Eric M.

I was fortunate enough to see this at the Chicago International Film Festival and to learn that it was based on the real life story of a woman who was forced to work in a "chop shop" and to provide sexual favors to men in exchange for food and shelter. This is an excellent documentary that shows how a woman can be able to thrive and prosper in a world that is devoid of respect for women and the role of women in society. It shows that women are not helpless victims, that they are capable of doing much more than just sitting around and waiting for their husbands to come home. This documentary shows that women can make a difference in the lives of others and it is an important documentary that should be seen by everyone. If you have a chance to see this film, go out and see it.

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Gloria O.

I just finished watching this documentary on HBO, and I am very impressed. I was a little confused at the beginning, but after a while I got the gist of it. The documentary is based on a book called The Black Mother, which I read as a teenager. It was about a mother named Lucy, who lived with her son in a small town in Mississippi. She had a boyfriend who was a drug dealer, and she was also involved with her husband, who was also a drug dealer. The documentary was very interesting, and it was very well-done. I was very impressed with the documentary, and I would definitely recommend it to anyone. It is a very good documentary that really got my attention.

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Karen Rogers

I have seen this film several times and it still makes me laugh. I am a big fan of the Rock and he does a great job in this film. It is great to see him in a different type of role. It is a good movie for the whole family to see. I would definitely recommend this film to any Rock fan. The Rock is great in this film.

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Philip Bryant

I watched this film last night. I was pleasantly surprised. It is an interesting film. It's not perfect, but it is certainly a worthwhile watch. The story of the parents of the dead child is compelling. The film is very well shot and the acting is superb. The film is not overly political, although the parents of the dead child do have a strong political agenda. The film is a very well made film. It is very well shot. The film is very well directed. I am very impressed. I would recommend this film to anyone.

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Frances

This documentary was a pleasant surprise. It is an interesting look at the lives of the men who died in the Iraq War. The film is very well produced, and it is very well-written. I think it would be a good companion piece to the excellent book, "Born on the Fourth of July." The documentary shows a very strong bond between the men and their families. I think it would be very interesting to see a second film about the men's lives after the war, as the film is really a great record of the men's lives. I hope that there will be more films like this one.

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Bruce

It is a common thing to see documentary films made about the so-called "hardcore" members of a band. They are often portrayed as "bad apples" or "evil" and the film maker is trying to make a point. But "Hardcore Mothers" is not like that. In this documentary, the women behind the band Mother Love Bone discuss their history and why they decided to form the band. There are no "bad apples" or "evil" in this film. The women are simply a bunch of people who want to make music. The film is very interesting, very personal, and very entertaining. The interviews are done in a very professional way, with great camera angles and a lot of talk. The interviewees are all very open and honest. It's hard to believe that this is the same group of women who were interviewed in the documentary "The Band That Couldn't Play Anything". This is a very interesting documentary. I hope it is released on DVD, because I would really like to see it. I hope that people will see this film and they will start to see the "mothers" of the music world for what they really are. "Hardcore Mothers" is a very interesting documentary. I would recommend this to anyone who is into music or the history of the music industry.

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Walter Thomas

I was fortunate to see this film at the Seattle International Film Festival. I was expecting to see a film about the true story of the Black Mothers, and was very disappointed to see a film about a new film called "Black Mother" (which is not a true story). The film was a little over two hours long and did not do much to bring the subject matter to life. The director seemed to be trying to get across the message that black women are being ignored by the black community. The black community is not to blame for the black mothers' problems. The Black Mothers are being ignored by the black community and the media. This film is not about the Black Mothers, but about the black community. I am not surprised that the director chose to focus on the black community instead of the black mothers. There is a black community in the United States that is being ignored and treated unfairly. I believe the film could have been more effective if it had been about the Black Mothers. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to know more about the black mothers.

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Donald

A mother, a doctor, and a father, all working together to help the disabled and dying in their care. It's a heartbreaking story of a mother and father trying to do their best to care for a terminally ill child and their own dying mother. It's a story that makes you think about the importance of family and how it can change lives. I'm not going to lie. This is a very, very difficult movie to watch. It's one of those films that I feel like I should watch over and over again to understand the story and the importance of it. It's also very emotional and emotional. I don't want to give anything away, but I do want to say that I really felt for the characters. It was very sad to see them go through the pain they were going through. I also felt like I was there with them and they were feeling the same pain. I'm sure you've heard of a lot of movies that deal with the same themes and it's very sad to see them all coming out of the same film. I felt like the movie was very well done and I hope that people will watch it and understand what it means to be a parent and to be a parent in the 21st century.

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Kathy M.

I saw this film at the Sundance Film Festival and was blown away by the level of detail and the realism. It is one of those films that has a lot to say about how we view the world and the people in it. This film is about how we view the world, and the people in it. I think it is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. I highly recommend this film to anyone.

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Austin Jones

I really loved this movie. I'm a big fan of Piaf, so I was eager to see this movie. I've never seen the documentary, but I'm hoping it's better than the movie. I found it very interesting to hear from the people involved, including Piaf herself. I also learned a lot about the French environment, the different cultures, and how it can be hard to be accepted in a different culture. I found it very educational and interesting. I'm not sure how it's going to be received in the US, but I hope it gets some attention. The movie is pretty long, but I would recommend it. It's a good movie to watch with your kids or family. I highly recommend it.

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Sean May

I have watched this movie about three times and I still like it. The movie is very slow moving, but it does have some funny moments and it has some good music. The main character is very strong and the movie is a bit of a drama about her life and her relationships. I think that the movie was a bit of a waste of time and the acting is really bad. The main character is very annoying and you just can't get into the movie. It's very boring and you just want to end it. The movie is just a waste of time.

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Betty

This is a very interesting documentary about the history of the Black Panther Party and how it was formed and started. It tells the history of the Panthers from the beginning until the present. It shows how they were formed, what they stood for, and the way they went about their activities. It also shows how the police treated them and what they did to the people they were trying to protect. It's a very interesting documentary. It is not for the faint of heart, but it is definitely worth watching.

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Lori

This documentary looks at the life of one of the most notorious criminals of the 1970s, Frank Marshall Davis, and his struggles with the law. It's a bit slow moving, but there's a lot of fascinating footage of Davis at work and in his home. It's well worth a watch. It's also a great movie to watch with your kids, who can learn a lot from it.

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Samuel

In the wake of the latest atrocities in Paris, we are reminded of the current trend of 'celebrating' the victims of terrorism. The film is a simple, yet powerful story about the emotional impact that the terrorists have had on the lives of the people they have killed. The film is a real eye opener, and should be seen by all.