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Disturbing the Peace

Disturbing the Peace is a movie starring Ray Fite. In a world torn by conflict -in a place where the idea of peace has been abandoned-an energy of determined optimism emerges. When someone is willing to disturb the status quo and...

Running Time
1 hours 27 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Stephen Apkon, Andrew Young
Actors
Ray Fite
Country
Israel, Palestine, USA
Year
2016
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

In a world torn by conflict -in a place where the idea of peace has been abandoned-an energy of determined optimism emerges. When someone is willing to disturb the status quo and stand for the dream of a free and secure world, who will stand with them? DISTURBING THE PEACE is a story of the human potential unleashed when we stop participating in a story that no longer serves us and, with the power of our convictions, take action to create new possibilities. DISTURBING THE PEACE follows former enemy combatants - Israeli soldiers from elite units and Palestinian fighters, many of whom served years in prison - who have joined together to challenge the status quo and say "enough." The film reveals their transformational journeys from soldiers committed to armed battle to nonviolent peace activists, leading to the creation of Combatants for Peace. While based in the Middle East, DISTURBING THE PEACE evokes universal themes relevant to us all and inspires us to become active participants in the creation of our world.

Comments about documentary «Disturbing the Peace» (30)

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David

These people are already in jail. What does this mean for them? They are forced into it. Who are we to judge them? I'm sure that the other inmates are more understanding. They've already gone through this and know what they have to go through. Maybe this will be the first step to help them to get out of there and to live normal lives. Not to mention the pain and fear. This movie is a message that will make people feel better. If they listen to the people that were in prison, they will not feel bad and maybe they'll feel better.

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Rachel Lee

This documentary examines the main issue of the movie, the removal of the monument to Columbus in Washington, DC, with a personal story of a woman who was made homeless when it was removed. It also shows that the monument is not the problem, but it does highlight the damage caused by Columbus to the American way of life. It will stay with me for a long time. As with all documentaries, there are some fine actors and actresses. There are some great quotes and references to others films in this film. In summary, it is a must see. If you are interested in Native American history and/or the history of the US, or history in general, this is a must see.

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Jean

It is well known that the US Government has been attempting to destroy the Internet and use it to control the masses. A recent example is the CIA's efforts to develop a new weapon that would be capable of destroying the Internet. This movie, "The Internet's Own Boy" does a good job of showing how a little kid in India has done the impossible: brought down the World Wide Web, in a way that would not have been possible without the Internet. The movie is an educational and inspirational film about how an Internet activist can fight for the Internet. The movie is very well made and very well acted. It is also very well made, and very well directed. I would recommend this movie to anyone who has ever had a child. I would also recommend it to anyone who has ever been a parent. It will give you a different perspective of what it was like to be a parent.

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Shirley

I could say it all, but I'll just keep it short. This film speaks for itself. It's easy to see that even a hardcore anti-war activist would have a hard time loving this movie. There's no real justice, no justice in the end. However, I found it difficult to see how it could be that hard to find peace in a country where the government is deeply involved in the war. I was glad to see that the filmmaker was smart enough to avoid those cliches. The movie would not have been the same without him. He could have been an easy tool for the filmmakers and would have been a happy camper for a movie, but it was his actions and bravery that made the movie so powerful.

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John

I've got to say that I was very pleasantly surprised by this documentary. It's not "Political" but it's a very interesting and thought-provoking look into the lives of people affected by mental illness. The subject matter is very important to me, especially as I'm a student and an academic and I'm often the only person with a mental illness in a lecture hall. The filmmakers do a great job of conveying the impact that mental illness has on the lives of the afflicted and their loved ones. They also do a great job of presenting the many health professionals who have devoted their lives to treating the mentally ill. Overall, a great documentary and a very effective and heart-wrenching look at a very important topic. I highly recommend it.

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Barbara

The irony of this documentary is that the work of the movie's critics was to show the need for justice in these families and situations. However, they are the ones who have killed justice by focusing on sensationalism and fake news to boost the "power of the city" and to support the city's reputation. The point is that these families deserve justice in the aftermath of their tragedies, which is what the movie's critics want. They do not want this to happen. In fact, they are the ones who want to deny the family of these victims. The point is that the families of these victims deserve justice in the aftermath of their tragedies. It is the critic who wants to hide these families in the shadows and prevent justice from happening to these families. Finally, I want to say that I believe that this is the most important documentary of the year. It is very difficult to get people to realize this truth. People do not want to think about these families because they are so consumed with the media and the entertainment. However, the documentary is a must-see for anyone who is struggling with the deaths of their loved ones. To those who have survived and want to tell others about what they have been through, I recommend the movie and I urge everyone to see it.

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Joshua Rivera

This film is very informative and well researched. However, the film has made many false assumptions about what was in the room at the time. For example, the young children were playing in the room with the child who abused the boy, and the men in the room, were not there when the attack occurred. However, the film ignores many other possible issues that might have caused the attack to occur. The film may have given a more accurate account of the events if it had ignored many other possible reasons the men might have been there. Finally, it is unfortunate that the film did not make many observations about the children, who were in fact, the perpetrators. They were just seen as "lucky" enough to survive. Their parents and relatives were portrayed as truly supportive and accepting of the family. This is a great film for adults who want to learn more about the events in this case, or for children who wish to be exposed to more information about the events of that night.

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Tiffany C.

The Shining is a great film. If you have read the book, and don't like it, the movie might just change your mind. That is not my experience, but it is true. The movie is good. It tells the story of Stephen King's novel, and how it has changed since it was originally published. The book was written in the early 1970's, the movie was released in 1997, the book was published in 1968. The movie is interesting. The movie was directed by Stanley Kubrick. He wrote the screenplay. The movie was published in 1987. King's novel was never published. King died in 1991. That is when the movie was made. The book was never published. Kubrick did not write the book. The movie was made by Kubrick's son, Danny. In the movie, Jack Torrance (played by Jack Nicholson) is the main character, and his wife and son are the supporting characters. Nicholson was nominated for an Oscar for his performance in this movie. Kubrick did not write the book, but he had Kubrick Kubrick's son (Danny) write the screenplay. Danny Kubrick, was an actor in television series, and had many notable credits. Kubrick's son wrote the screenplay, and was a co-producer. Danny Kubrick wrote the book. The book was published in 1968, the movie was released in 1997. This is an interesting movie. Watch it. It is good. It is entertaining. It is great.

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Larry S.

This is a wonderful film. The film makers took a very unique approach to documenting the life of a man who lived a very unusual life. A man who was asexual, asexuality is the lack of sexual attraction to others, it is not a choice but a feeling. The film makers took the time to get to know and understand the man and his family and they did not make him out to be some sort of a saint. It was clear that he was a man who suffered from a mental illness and he was very angry about it. I am a heterosexual male and I was moved by this film. I am glad that more people are starting to understand that it is okay to be different. This film is a wonderful story of a man who lived a life that was unlike any that I have ever known. This is a story that should be told to people who are open to it. I hope that this film will be shown more often. It is a great story that should be told.

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Jose R.

It is really hard to watch this film without being moved by the message of the film. It is a very powerful film, with a lot of good points. It is a very moving film about a father who is very much in love with his daughter, and the way the family deals with the problems that come with it. The film is really well made, with great cinematography, and a great soundtrack. The film is very moving, and you really feel for the characters, and the situation they are in. The characters are very well portrayed, and the story is very good. The film is really well made, and I really recommend it.

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Brian L.

There is an unseen "R" rating in every US film that is not produced by a major studio, and even for those that are, it's just not a good look to see the fine folks who make the films subjected to the taunts and jeers that exist here. It's bad enough to have a film that is too long for its own good. It's even worse to have a film that doesn't have a frame of your mind, and ends with a film that's pretty much uninspired and unemotional. That's the case with "Deliverance". It's certainly not my favorite, but it's certainly not the worst. It's certainly an average film, but it does have its merits, and is one of those films where you can see why it gets its R-rating. That's not to say that "Deliverance" isn't entertaining, and is certainly not one of the greatest films ever made, but it's still pretty typical of this type of film, and I can't say that I've seen a worse film. The best thing about it is that it's entertaining. It's not going to win any Oscars, but I can't see any reason why anyone would find this film less than passable. It's just a pretty average film, and I think that it's pretty standard to not make films this way, especially in a year like this one. If you like long, boring films with a pretty standard story and a predictable ending, then you might be able to find some enjoyment here. If you're looking for a film that will go over your head and get you into it, then I'd definitely not recommend "Deliverance".

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Michelle P.

I am so glad to see such an excellent documentary. We live in an ever more violent and violent world. But how many people have the courage to do something about it? This documentary offers hope and the knowledge that every one of us can make a difference. To do so we must remember that violence in the name of protection or to cover up a crime will only bring us more injustice and death. And in the end, more pain and suffering. So don't be afraid to use violence in the name of protecting your family or your land or yourself. It's up to you.

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Kenneth F.

One of the most compelling films I've seen this year. Anyone who is interested in peace and awareness of the reality of nuclear weapons must watch this film.

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Thomas

I think this is the first documentary that I've seen on the "War on Drugs" that has a positive message. It's one of those documentaries that will make you think and question what you are doing in the world. I think this documentary is well worth watching, because it has a message and it has a lot of information on the "War on Drugs" in the United States. This documentary is a must-watch for everyone, because it gives a good message. I think the only problem with this documentary is that it is too long. The documentary could have easily been shorter, and it would have been much more effective. The documentary is definitely worth watching, but I think it would have been better if it was shorter.

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Billy

One of the most captivating documentaries I have ever seen. This movie tells a shocking story of the real life consequences of this modern day genocide, and makes you question whether or not this genocide is ever going to end.

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Emily Long

I have always found that extreme Left-wing and extreme Right-wing movements are often associated with the same person. They both use the same language, tactics, and seem to share a common philosophy, but come at different times. Violence and fear are the most prominent characteristics. A common trait in all of the ideologies is that they are about putting down or destroying the society, which they do not always get right. It is also about hating other people and denying others their rights, but they tend to have little to no tolerance for people that differ from them. It is a term that is often used by the Left as well as the Right. This documentary is a very interesting look at both sides of the battle. It shows how the Left has its sights set on pushing forward and changing the world, while the Right focuses on the defense of people's rights and the pursuit of their own goals. The documentary focuses on the events in Ferguson, Missouri, the most recent in a string of recent events in the country. It does not use the word "Ferguson" but rather refers to the events of that year. It does not mention the two previous Ferguson incidents (one that was nationally televised) but it does show how the media was captured in a frenzy of information that made it seem like there was no other event that would be covered as much as the recent ones in the news. It shows the media in an attempt to cover their own agenda. Some of the media is dishonest, others of them are just plain ignorant. They seem to be constantly covering the event just for the sake of covering it. It also shows the dedication of the members of the media who worked hard to cover the events. Most of the press corps are white, and almost all of them seem to be indoctrinated into believing that racism and violence is okay. The media is also a very partisan group. It is almost always negative and usually one side or another is at the top of the list. I personally believe that the media should be honest and impartial. Unfortunately, the media is biased to one side or the other and it tends to get biased when you have a choice of who to listen to. There are many instances of bias that are taken very seriously. Some of the cases that are discussed in the documentary include those involving rape, false rape charges, and homicides. The documentary also covers the issues of guns and other weapons in the home. It is difficult to say that this is a news story, but it is still an important issue that is brought up in the documentary. It also shows how the media often uses a negative image of the people they cover to advance their own agenda. The media usually covers people that are in the news as a "bad guy" or an "enemy of the state" but it is not uncommon to see people who are merely victims or are victims of the press. It

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Tiffany Santos

An informative look at the plight of the mentally ill in America, which is extremely rare. The film is centered on the issue of the mentally ill in American prisons, who are often placed in isolation, with their only connection to the outside world being the fact that they are prisoners. But what happens when these prisoners, mentally ill and otherwise, get out of prison? That is where the film takes a turn for the worst. No one can really tell how many mentally ill prisoners are in the system, as the guards may not be familiar with what they are talking about, and also the prison authorities may not know what to do with them. But in one of the most disturbing scenes in the film, a man who is severely mentally ill, and who is so isolated, that his only connection is his lack of toilet paper, is sent to solitary confinement. The man is sitting in his cell with a sign that says "Spoiled Child". He will be put in solitary for 13 days. It is clear that the man is going to have to fight for his freedom, and to fight for his sanity. The film also shows the many problems with the system of prison, which can lead to inmates committing suicide, or that inmates get transferred, and end up in prison, where they may have committed crimes, but they have never been tried. But how many mentally ill prisoners are there, and how many are transferred, and end up in prison, and how many end up committing crimes? It is impossible to know, but the film does give us some insight into this reality, and gives us the idea that if you are mentally ill, and you are sent to prison, and you are the only person in prison who is not in solitary confinement, you have a very good chance of being incarcerated, and you could be punished, for the rest of your life. I was on a panel with some mental health professionals, and I was told that many mentally ill people are sent to prison for a variety of reasons, and they have a lot of problems with mental health services, such as the lack of legal counsel, or the lack of proper treatment. But if they are sent to prison, and they have no legal counsel, and are given no proper treatment, and they are severely punished, and die in prison, it is almost certain that the sentence they were given was wrong. The director of the film, who is actually mentally ill himself, showed us in the film, that there is no need to send mentally ill people to prison. There is a huge movement in the United States that is going to abolish prison. The prison system is slowly being abolished. We have already abolished the death penalty, and have seen a large number of states have abolished it. This film is an excellent, very informative look at the mental health system in America, and is a very important, and very important

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Peter W.

I have been trying to keep this one on the shelf since I saw the sneak preview in the club on 2/7. I love the music, and I want it out there for the masses to enjoy. How can a person who loves the music not want to see this? It is so important, so timely, so beautiful, so necessary. It is the soundtrack to my youth. Thank you for showing the world what a great soundtrack can do. I can't wait for the soundtrack to be released!

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Frances

I thought this documentary was really good. Although the main character was not in the best of health, she still gave a really great performance. My biggest problem with this film was that it took a very negative view of men and the way that men and women are treated in our society. While this film did portray a lot of issues with men and how they are treated, it took a really negative view of how men are treated. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone who is interested in a documentary that talks about how men are treated in our society. I would recommend this film to anyone who enjoys documentaries.

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Betty Williams

I really enjoyed this documentary. The subject matter is serious and compelling. The cast is excellent and the film is very well made. The documentaries themselves are very good, too. This is a good documentary that is well worth seeing. The subject is a little more serious than some of the others I've seen, but that is a good thing. The film is very well made and the actors are excellent. I would highly recommend it.

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Samuel Chapman

This movie was very informative. I'm sure it has been an emotional struggle for many people who have been in prison and are still in prison. I can't understand why this film hasn't been distributed more widely. I strongly recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the lives of people who are serving time in prison.

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Marilyn Mills

One of the few documentaries I have seen that is made to have a point. How do you make a documentary about what the man in the street actually thinks? I am no expert, I have watched documentaries before, but this is not a documentary, it is the story of a family, a family who cannot stop talking about their problems. And it is a beautiful story, a story of what a family should do, and not what a family should do. I am not saying that this is an example of a perfect family, but this is a story of what a family should be. I am sure that this is not the most inspiring story ever, but this is a story that you should not miss. If you want to make a documentary, I suggest you watch this one.

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Patrick J.

I thought this movie was well done and highly entertaining. I loved how the filmmakers portrayed the poverty in Detroit. It made it look so real. The documentary series on the Detroit News showed the brutality of the city and how Detroitites had been neglected for so long. The people of Detroit look like ordinary folks and not the rock stars they are often given credit for. I hope this movie is made into a feature-length documentary. It would be really nice to have this information on television.

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Elizabeth Martin

The shocking truth of police brutality, political repression, and the perverse incentives that drive these actions is more than a compelling story. The filmmaker does not "justify" his subject matter, but instead explores the issues, the reasons, and the circumstances that drive police violence. His film goes beyond one aspect of police violence to explore all aspects of police violence. The film examines the root causes of the problem, the responses of the community to the violence, and the role of the media in exploiting these issues. It offers several alternative solutions that should be considered by anyone interested in police violence. The filmmaker is honest and does not allow himself to be deflected by the police profession or by the government. He wants to inform and educate the public about the issues. The filmmaker was able to reach the most vulnerable and most remote communities in the country by organizing community meetings, small town radio interviews, and small video crews. He did not rely on the police or the government to implement his film. He had no money to fund his project and he went to the communities of the country to find them. This is a very important film and should be seen by everyone.

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Alan J.

I think the topic of ending the war was a topic that should have been explored more. Instead, we get a thoughtless television piece that doesn't even bother to tell the truth about the conflict. It doesn't show any footage of the actual civilians being slaughtered and made to appear that there are no non-combatants around. It only shows footage of the US bombing runs in Iraq. None of the footage is shown in the least bit disturbing. The only way this could be made to be a balanced documentary is if the producers made it so. That's not going to happen.

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Nancy F.

I was raised in a deeply religious family. I was able to see the core of God in my family and I found my "God" through the Church. This documentary is absolutely essential viewing for anyone who has a deeply religious upbringing. This film gives you the opportunity to see your God in a whole new way. I highly recommend this film to anyone who has a strong connection to God.

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Katherine

I am not a believer in the Christian faith and I didn't understand the protest until the end of the film, but the protesters were funny and very well acted. The film is at the level of making it look good, and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to watch a movie without thinking about the religious side of it. Great entertainment and some true stories. I hope that more people get to see this film because the more people who see this the better. The only problem I have with the film is that the viewer has to deal with an alternative reality, but the filmmakers did an excellent job of presenting this in a very realistic way. This was a must see for the people who want to know about the cause of the protests.

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Emily

I have to admit I am a bit of a conspiracy nut. I am a liberal. I don't believe in a man-made conspiracy and I don't believe in aliens. I just think we are all part of a great big cosmic machine and I want to know what's going on. This documentary was pretty much what I expected. It is a compilation of clips from various conspiracy and UFO documentaries. The most intriguing of these is the one by the late Michael Moore. It's a short film and it was never released on video. It's about a man who is out for revenge on the government for making him sick. He sees his government doings as part of a conspiracy. This man is also an author and has a book coming out in a few days. This documentary is very interesting and I recommend it.

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Timothy

My wife and I had a good laugh over this movie. And it is really a good movie. It's just so dumb, and it's a good movie. It's not a great movie, but it's not a bad movie. I think that the comments on the movie are just so biased, and it seems like the director is either trying to be clever or he's not trying to make a serious movie. I think that there is so much more that could have been said about this movie, and it's sad to see that he did not do that. I really liked this movie, it's so dumb, and it's a good movie. I really enjoyed it, and I hope that the directors makes a sequel.

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Beverly Moore

In the beginning, I found this movie to be very disturbing, but as the movie progressed, I began to understand the message. It is about a girl who has been diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome and her efforts to get the help she needs. The movie is very well made and very well acted. I recommend it highly to anyone who has ever had a friend or loved one with Asperger's Syndrome.