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The Divine Plan is a movie starring Peter Reznikoff. THE DIVINE PLAN: The Divine Plan: John Paul II, Ronald Reagan, and the Dramatic End of the Cold War/ A film by Robert Orlando It remains the least-known story of the twentieth...

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Robert Orlando
Robert Orlando
Peter Reznikoff
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THE DIVINE PLAN: The Divine Plan: John Paul II, Ronald Reagan, and the Dramatic End of the Cold War/ A film by Robert Orlando It remains the least-known story of the twentieth century - A president and a pope; an unlikely pair who combine deep faith with political acumen and high-octane star power. A plot that involves two assassination attempts, KGB scheming, CIA intrigue and the final act to topple the Soviet Empire.

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Roy Carpenter

I have seen and heard many comments about this documentary, which I consider to be really good. I really think this film is a great companion piece to the documentary, which is usually seen as the definitive work on the subject. I wish that all documentary and media makers would try to see this film and take a second look at the work of the true believer, as I am sure that they will thank you for your efforts. One thing I must say is that this documentary is very "underrated". Some people say that it is too "popular", but I don't agree, for this documentary is actually very well done. The only thing I did find a little odd was the lack of real facts and of a deeper explanation of the bible's references to the Christian deity. This does not mean that they are wrong about it, but that they could have easily included more information to the viewer. This documentary is really something that you must see and read, because it does not only explain the bible's references, but also talks about some other more important aspects of the religion. The most important thing about this documentary is that it is not just about the religion, but also about the beliefs and beliefs of other religions. I give this documentary a rating of 9 out of 10 because it is an excellent documentary that everyone should see. Although it is a little bit biased, I still recommend it to everyone.

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Peter Harris

Despite what the name suggests, this is a movie about a man, about his struggles, about his faith, and about the issues that surround him. We are shown the story of a man, but not the story of his personal life. Rather, we are shown the life of a man who spent three years working to make the film, but a real life of a person, the only flaw that remains is a lack of clear vision. We learn, through interviews with the man, his work, his family and his friends, that there are two ways to live your faith. There are the ways that people find their own way, and there are those who are spiritually crippled by a life that leads them nowhere. Through the course of the movie, we learn that the choice of the former is what has caused many to suffer and die. The man, however, chose the latter. I would recommend this movie to anyone who is religious, or interested in the topic. The focus of the film is on the choices he made to try to make the film, and the fact that he was eventually unable to do so.

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There's no way around is a brilliant film. No way around it. The film is quite challenging to watch. It is a gripping film, filled with unforgettable scenes and incredible imagery. The cinematography and directing of this film was phenomenal. It takes an amazing amount of skill to create an entire movie on the first day of shooting. This film certainly showcases that. The cast, especially that of the main actors, is terrific. I really liked the way the film managed to express the complex relationship between Thomas and Anabel. It is truly an incredible film, and I encourage you to watch it. You will not be disappointed.

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Adam P.

We should be pleased by the fact that the filmmakers are actually going to show the many aspects of the problems of the Catholic Church and it's problems with the life of the faith. But I just can't imagine what exactly the point is of this movie. On the other hand, the work of the filmmakers was actually quite interesting. I think the plot was not original, but it's not a great "thing" either. I think that the point was to show the media and the church's media and also to show the way the media influences people. I didn't expect the same from this movie, but the movie is worth watching. The movie is a good representation of the church's problems with the world. The problems are not only a problem for the church, but for the entire world. A movie like this is also a sign of the times that they are living in. I hope this movie will open the eyes of more people to the problems of the church and that the future generations will not be so disappointed by what the media tells them.

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I first watched this documentary on The Center For Investigative Reporting's website and thought it was a must-see because I've been interested in this subject for the past decade or so. The documentary was fascinating and took you in the mind of a skeptic and showed how the scientific community ignored evidence and accepted a theory that didn't prove anything, but explained a lot of the underlying issues of evolution and creationism. The interviewees were interesting, although none of them had that much scientific background to speak of, which I can understand. They each explained some of the most important scientific questions and assumptions that science has ever had to address, and I think the title of the documentary speaks for itself: "Does God Exist?" Although it is primarily a documentary, I think it is very relevant in the realm of belief. I've always been a skeptic of religion and science, but I think the documentary and interviews were very entertaining and interesting. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to hear the scientific arguments for creation and evolution, and has a predisposition to belief in the existence of God or a Creator. It really is a great film.

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A must-see documentary about a very unique religion that is dedicated to serving the needs of the poorest of the poor. From the indigenous to the ex-Soviet to the indigenous to the indigenous, we see that in the Indonesian archipelago in the first millennium, a rich culture was developed based on the principle of "mirror of life". The stories of these people are really inspiring and inspiring. They had no wealth, they had no wealth, they had no wealth. But in this world, they have no choice, no choice but to be true to themselves and to serve their own life and their own love, to live their own life and their own love. In a very important moment, in this movie, I felt that, that is, I felt the voice of my own heart and I felt the power of God. In this respect, this film is truly a must-see!

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At first I thought the documentary was going to be about a religious organization's good works, but it turns out that it is a look at how the church manipulates people. The church spends money to engage in all sorts of activities to try to change people's minds. It also uses scientific research, the study of the human mind to give new meaning to the bible. For example, it is a group of psychologists who study people who have been diagnosed with the mind disease of OCD. The church would have you believe that these people are not mentally ill, but rather their mind is so messed up that they are not able to keep their hands off their beloved bible. This documentary really gives you a pretty good idea of how they think and operate. However, for the average person, this documentary might be a little too judgmental. As I said, it is a look at how the church manipulates people's minds. If you really want to, you can read the book written by the New Age group "The New York Times". But I recommend this documentary for any movie viewer who wants to understand how the world is controlled by money. I give it a 9 out of 10. It is worth the price of admission and I definitely recommend it. This documentary is not a perfect documentary, it is not a perfect documentary. It is not a documentary for all. I recommend that you watch it before you decide to get involved with the religion. I don't want to give away too much information, but I do want to say that I think that it is worth the money. But you should be aware of this.

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John Aguilar

The Divine Plan explores the themes of karma and reincarnation as it goes in the pursuit of a new life. The Divine Plan was the basis for one of my favorite books, The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People. As I got to know more about the documentary I began to feel like it was a little bit of both. The filmmaker was able to show in a compelling way the dangers of reincarnation and how it can come back to haunt those who experience it. The most interesting part about this documentary is that it was shot in one day. You don't get the feel of the day and it's simply like a snapshot of what it was like the day before. It's nice to see how that works out for the movie. It's really a good summary of karma and the cycle of life. It also gives a good idea of how to deal with it. It seems like karma is such a big part of how we see the world. The Divine Plan explores the three stages of karma and it gives a nice glimpse of how we can begin to deal with it. I like that it starts from the ground up and not from the end of a cycle and then goes to the beginning. It also gets into the idea of reincarnation because in this particular scenario the person is reincarnated. It also includes the idea of karma and reincarnation that one can die in the body of someone else and they can actually have an effect on someone else's life. It is important to note that this is an empirical basis of how karma works and this is not necessarily a scientific basis. I would highly recommend this documentary because it gives us a good idea of how karma works and how it can impact our lives. It also helps us to develop a better understanding of why some people experience bad karma in this world and that it is something that we must learn to deal with and not just accept.

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Many people have the misconception that Jewish people are the most religious of all religious people, but that is NOT true. There are many religions of all kinds. But I believe Jews are the most religious of all. As soon as I heard of the myth of the Six Million Dollar Man, I was very intrigued. This was not the case. The reality of the story was much less than 6 million dollars, and it was a completely wrong myth. The six million was just a number given to us by the religious leaders, and it was never a real number. The real story was how the Jews raised the money for the surgery for the miracles, and how they made the miracle happen. The story was told to us by our forefathers, but never told us the true story. This movie tells the story of the Jews in a very good way. It shows the rise of the religion of Judaism, and how they raised money for miracles, and how they used that money to put the miracle into effect. The movie is a must for everyone who wants to know more about the true story of the Six Million. If you are a Jewish person, this is a must. It shows how the religion was created, and how it all happened.

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Ann R.

I recently saw this film at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival and was pleasantly surprised. The film opens with a deeply moving segment that portrays the life of two young men in South Africa who have decided to set out on their own path in their life. The film moves quickly and is clearly structured to have the viewer engaged. For me, the film was very engaging. I think the viewer will be very engaged and want to know more about the lives of these two young men. The segment that is shown at the beginning of the film focuses on the most important of the two men - Dambisa Moyo. The segment describes how Dambisa has already had three years of schooling but is still unable to attend school. The segment shows Dambisa through the eyes of his father - who is a doctor and the father of three children. He explains that he would rather be working in a laboratory to support his family and does not want to go to school. At the end of the segment, Dambisa decides that he wants to start school in South Africa. He decides to take a ship and leave the country. As the film ends, we are given a small clip from a video message he sent to his father. In that clip, he tells him that he was just thinking of his family. This is an amazing piece of filmmaking and is very effective in building the audience's empathy with Dambisa and his family. The film also focuses on the aspects of the African culture and influences in South Africa. The film has a very straightforward and no-nonsense style, and we learn about the cultural and social influences of the country. I also liked the film for what it showed about the life of a country that is famous for being extremely poor. South Africa is now one of the wealthiest countries in the world. This is a powerful film and I encourage all to watch it.

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Kenneth McCoy

I'm so happy to be able to add my voice to this remarkable, thoughtful, and beautiful film. I thoroughly enjoyed it and look forward to seeing it again. I'd love to hear from other people who have seen it!

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This is a documentary that I've been meaning to watch for quite some time now. I'm glad I did. I'm not much of a fan of the spiritualist movement but I do admire it for what it is. It's not some sort of religious zealot movement. It's a philosophy, a philosophy that is both very insightful and very, very simple. It's one of the best videos I've seen about spirituality. It's very detailed and powerful and profound. I wish more documentaries had been made about the deep spiritual philosophies. I was especially interested to watch this documentary because I had the honor of sitting in the audience for a special screening at the International Center of Spiritual Studies at Saint Paul's University. I was really impressed with the simplicity and clarity of the lecture. I left the room very, very inspired. The topic that this movie was focusing on, the doctrine of reincarnation and reincarnation consciousness, is very relevant and interesting. I think it's a very profound topic and a very important one. I think it would be very interesting to have more documentaries made about the spiritualist movement and the beliefs they hold. There's a lot of confusion and misconceptions about spiritualism and reincarnation. People often don't understand it and they often think the spiritualists are crazy. The truth is that they're very smart and very spiritual. They're not crazy but they're very smart and very spiritual. They're very clever. I think it would be very interesting to see more documentaries about the spiritualist movement. This is one of the best documentaries I've seen on the subject. It's really powerful and it's very well-made.

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Thomas P.

Greetings from Lithuania. "The Divine Plan" is the name of the documentary that I am about to start. I was fortunate to attend a preview of this film at the Berlinale 2012 where the Director, the Director of Photography and the Cinematographer participated. I would like to thank the people who participated in this film. Although this film was made by a Jew, it is clearly aimed at the world, its audience. The film is really quite powerful. I have to say it is not a regular documentary. You will notice this fact because it is not a normal documentary. The documentary is more of a song and dance. The director and the editors have made a real effort to make it as real as possible. The whole thing, both in the film and the theater, has been filmed in a very artistic way. I know I am not the only one that sees this. It is very important for the world to see what Jews went through during the Holocaust. This film is not like some old movie that was made for TV that has nothing to do with reality. This is a real documentary, that is not made to entertain, but to educate people about what happened. The film is not a documentary about the Jews, but about the Nazis. The film really tries to tell the truth. The German characters in the movie are not real people, and the Nazi's have not been portrayed correctly. I hope that the director is able to make a movie with a more realistic portrayal of the Nazis. I would like to thank everyone who participated in this film. This is a real documentary and it is not meant to be a documentary about the Holocaust. The director and the editors deserve all the best regards and congratulations for their work. All the best, Mr. Katia Korzak

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Frank Carter

I'm not a Christian and I'm not going to pretend to be, but the documentary was a tremendous help in my quest for truth. I started looking for this documentary because I heard it was very controversial and not to be taken seriously. I am so glad I didn't listen to anyone's opinions on this. I know how hard it must be to put into words why this film should be shown to the public. I don't think I could have done it if I had been forced to watch it. It was extremely moving and the movie really brought into question everything I had ever heard about God. I never believed I could ask for anything so badly and this movie pretty much brought it out. The documentary had a lot of very important information that I was not aware of that I never knew. I want to thank everyone who was involved in this documentary for their honesty and dedication. It's such a privilege to be a part of something as important as this. Thank you for being involved in this project and I look forward to seeing what else you do.

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Richard Gordon

I just got done watching the documentary on this film, and it was very well done. If you're looking for a film to go to on a lazy Sunday afternoon with some friends, or if you're just curious about the subject, then you should definitely check this out. If you like documentaries, then you should definitely give it a shot. The documentary is over an hour long, but it's not very boring. If you have any interest in the paranormal or whatever, I think this movie will help you out.

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I thoroughly enjoyed this documentary. I don't really have any strong opinions about it, or why I liked it. The idea behind the film is a very interesting one. This is not a very nice thing to say about a documentary, but I think it's what makes it so effective. It's not often you get to watch a documentary and realize what it's about, and how it's been put together. The way it's put together in this film is so satisfying to watch. The way they interview the people involved in the project is really interesting and makes you want to see more of them. I also really enjoyed the way they are filmed, with the way they focus on the subjects and their personal stories. I think that this was a great way to tell the story of the documentary, and I think the film itself is a very good documentary. It's definitely one to watch.

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Kathleen Cruz

This documentary looks at the relationship between the Christians and non-Christians. It begins with the beautiful story of a young girl who has decided to leave her home and join a Christian church. The church has accepted her and she now has the opportunity to lead a full life. As the film unfolds, we see how she and her friends grow and change and how they cope with their relationship with God. We learn that they have all been brought up in a strict and traditional Christian church. There is no space for acceptance of those outside the faith. It is a house of worship and not a place where people can come and be a part of a community. They are expected to go in and say "I am a Christian and I love you and I want to serve you." There is nothing for people who are not believers to do. This is a must see movie and it is a must see for anyone who wants to know more about how the Christian church is a place where the people who have been in the faith for a very long time can come and be a part of something they love. The movie is a wonderful portrayal of the change that the Christian faith has brought into the lives of those who have been in it for a very long time.

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Roger Alvarez

The story of the Divine Plan is an amazing piece of journalism. It's well structured and easily digestible. The documentary does a great job of being able to communicate the lessons in the Bible, which have been taught by many people in the world. The story follows the lives of people who live on the west coast of England. The people are living a life of misery and are largely ignored. They tell us what they want from life, and what they would like for it to happen. They are very honest, and it is evident that the story is not driven by self-interest or greed, but by those who love them. There are many people who have lived this kind of life, and they are very relatable. The documentary is a really eye-opening experience and an excellent documentary.

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Matthew S.

This is a film that only a few will have the opportunity to view. And as such it is a film that is absolutely necessary to get your bearings in the field of Religion. The director is Roger Scafindilli, a man that seems to know his stuff. This film is what it is - a sermon, and a very powerful one at that. The main subject of the film is the deification of the Roman Catholic Church. A must watch!

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Michelle H.

This is an outstanding documentary that exposes the corruption and criminal actions of the United Nations and is a great film to show to friends and family as well as a lesson to all.

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It is an excellent movie that teaches a very important lesson. The message of the movie is very powerful and very relevant for our times. I believe it will be a hit with all people who can relate to what the film is about. What I think the director did was great. The story was interesting and I think it was told in a very realistic way. The actors did a great job, especially the two young girls who played them. I think it is a must see movie for everyone. I recommend it to everyone.

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Bryan Brewer

First of all, I must say that I agree with all the comments that I have seen posted here regarding the use of the term "spiritual" in this documentary. It is not always a bad thing to use that phrase. For example, it has been used in the past to describe the religious practices of the indigenous peoples of the Americas. It was used to describe the asceticism of the aboriginal tribes of the Amazon. It has also been used to describe the practices of the Judeo-Christian-Islamic world, who have accepted the concept of God as the sole source of their existence. When this topic of spirituality is brought up in the context of the second greatest world religion, Christianity, I find myself asking why the atheist/agnostic who I am usually attracted to, cannot identify with the underlying concepts of the Christian religion. For example, I have never read the Bible, and I do not know enough about Christianity to draw conclusions about its implications regarding spirituality. But I have heard many Christians say that "God is a person," or "God is part of me." I could never identify with this notion. The Christian religion, for me, is a complete and utter absence of spirituality. I find this to be a glaring contradiction in their teachings. What they teach about God, is a complete lack of spirituality. "You can worship Him, and worship Him, and worship Him," but the question of whether or not He is a person is not brought up, and the "spontaneous" answers given to this question are also an absence of spirituality. As a spiritual seeker, I am trying to identify with the concepts and rituals of the Christian religion. I believe that all people have the potential to connect with God, and I find that only the followers of Christianity have identified with this concept in a way that I can identify with. I think that the Christian religion is a complete and utter absence of spirituality. It is clear to me that God is a person, but it is also clear to me that His name is Jesus Christ. I have never asked "Who am I?" or "What am I?" as a way to explore the meaning of this name. All I know is that He is the Light of my life, the Savior of my life, and the Lord of my soul.

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HONESTY! How much it hurt to watch the story of the most loved man in our life lie in the wake of his death. This movie has done an amazing job of informing us of the pain of losing someone we love, and of the pain of the pain of losing someone we love. I was so moved and in tears throughout this film. It was emotional and it was fascinating. I was truly touched by the amount of care he had for his patients and by the amount of compassion he showed. I was deeply moved by this movie. I was crying during this film. I think that the subjects of these stories may not be for everyone, but it was an amazing story. I found it very refreshing to see stories that didn't seem so cliché and yet were still very true. It was very moving. I think that every man who has ever been a doctor or a nurse or anyone should see this movie.