فيلم Mike Wallace Is Here

Mike Wallace Is Here

Mike Wallace Is Here is a movie starring Mike Wallace, Spiro Agnew, and Jonathan Alter. A look at the career of 60 Minutes (1968) newsman, Mike Wallace.

Other Titles
Bezlitosny Mike Wallace
Running Time
1 hours 30 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary, Biography
Director
Avi Belkin
Actors
Spiro Agnew, Yasir Arafat, Mike Wallace, Jonathan Alter
Country
USA
Year
2019
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

A look at the career of 60 Minutes (1968) newsman, Mike Wallace.

Comments about documentary «Mike Wallace Is Here» (23)

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Donald Estrada

The music of this documentary is nothing short of magical, and the characters it portrays are as real as you could hope to find in a documentary. As someone who loved the Coen brothers and the music of the brothers, I would recommend this to anyone who appreciates a film that tells a story in a cinematic way. For fans of The Coen brothers, this is a must-see.

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Walter

The film is about the many human rights abuses in the wake of the genocide in Rwanda in 1994. The film is very sobering and doesn't give you much hope for the future. The documentary shows how society reacts to such tragedies. It also shows how a nation can respond to such atrocities. The documentary shows that people are very vulnerable to the opinions of others, whether they be in their own families or in distant communities. A clear-cut example of the harsh reality of the genocide is the brutal scene in the film. The "white man" who was watching the genocide with his family is shown to be a weak and helpless man. The question is, what can a country do to ensure that the "white man" is left with no choice? The film clearly shows that if you do nothing, there will be no effective actions taken. In the end, the victims of the genocide will not be happy about the attention given to them by the world. But they will not be too satisfied. They will continue to suffer from the attacks they suffered at the hands of the human rights groups. What can the country do to solve this problem? It will depend on the strength of the people involved in this story. The interviewees in the film have been able to prove that many people are willing to sacrifice their own lives in order to protect the rights of the innocent. The film is very moving and sad. This is a documentary about the human rights atrocities in Rwanda.

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Joshua

Director and author of The Autopsy of Jane Doe, Nick Hanauer (known in the business as Nick Hanauer) has taken his unique documentary style to a most unique subject, the one-of-a-kind Jane Doe case, in which the patient in question is the ultimate example of a troubled case of gender identity disorder. His film follows the real Jane Doe from her original time of being diagnosed with a pervasive syndrome of various disfiguring illnesses to the present day, when she has completed her transition to a person who is both male and female. The interviewees range from her family and her doctors, to all the advocates and politicians who have fought for the rights of the transgender community and what it's like to be a transgender individual in the 21st century. I found the movie to be fascinating, and I have to say that I am glad that there was no profanity, or any kind of physical or verbal abuse of the subject. The filmmakers did not play "whack-a-mole" with the subject, and the interviewees were more than willing to talk about what it's like to be a transgender individual, and how it has affected their lives. I also loved that there were no clips of the alleged murder of the Jane Doe, and no "victim" voice-over at all. This was a very interesting and well-done documentary that should make people, especially those in the transgender community, think about the facts of the case. Recommended.

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Arthur

I was born and raised in the US, so I could relate to the whole country and its issues. For the most part, however, I would not want to live in that country. To my mind, it is too large, and it is not the kind of country I want to live in. It is too dangerous. It is too small. It is too poor. It is not the kind of country I want to live in. So the movie, however, was very timely. I was in college when I watched it. It really hit home, I felt like I had seen it when I was younger. I do not want to see this country any more, but I do want to know why it is so "unfriendly." In the movie, the children's mother, Sandy Barbour, was interviewed and she had this question to the audience: "Why are they doing all of these things to this country, and they don't have any reason to do so." My friends and I laughed because it was so funny, but she did not understand why. After this movie, I was not able to look at my mother as a nice person anymore. I felt bad for her. In a way, she was like a human guinea pig for this country's culture. When she was young, she lived in the big house in L.A., and she was a very wealthy person. She had money and didn't have to work. Now, she was the equivalent of a lot of other people, and they were all doing everything they could to make money for their families. It was not their fault. I did not see her as a nice person, I saw her as a very poor and desperate person. I would never want to live in that country. But she could not stop being the very poor person she was, and I am very grateful to have lived in that country for so long.

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Christine L.

I saw this movie a few weeks ago, and I can't stop thinking about it. I have to watch it over and over again. This is the best thing that happened to me in my life. I was very lucky to have seen this movie. I would recommend it to anyone, and if you are not a fan of docudramas, you should check this one out. This is one of the best documentaries that I have ever seen. I love it. I hope that everyone will see this movie.

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Roger

This is a pretty well done documentary about the influence of Hollywood on pop culture. A lot of films are influenced by movies of this era, and this documentary is about the effects of the stars on the culture. The film is very interesting, it is quite interesting to see the film industry as it is today. I am not sure how accurate the film is, but the Hollywood representation of the industry is fairly accurate. The biggest film stars of the time were going to be stars of Hollywood. They also had many people in the industry who could help them out. As such, they had a lot of people who were in the industry with them. The people who were in the industry also had many people with them. These people also had a lot of money, and could make a lot of money in Hollywood. The star was a big deal in the industry, and they had people in the industry who could help them. In a way, it was very similar to the entertainment industry of today. This film is quite interesting, but there are a lot of factual errors and omissions that I found. The filmmakers left out a lot of information, and that is a bit odd. There are some errors in the documentary, but it is not as bad as it could have been. I do not think the film is entirely accurate, but I do not think it is completely wrong. In some ways it is a more accurate documentary. I do not know if the film is accurate or not, but it is a good documentary. The documentary is a bit interesting, and the fact that it is a documentary is good. It does not matter how accurate or not it is, it is a good documentary.

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Michael Griffin

I don't know how to start this. It is an interesting and informative film. I was pleasantly surprised. I didn't know the history of this film, but it is very interesting. There are many interesting stories that came up throughout the film. It's not really clear to me, but I assume that this is the first time the film was made in Toronto. I have a feeling it may be more the second. I am curious to see what other stories they found. It is a must see for anyone interested in the history of Canada. I have been in contact with the filmmakers and I hope they will release a second part. It was also interesting to see the back-story of this film, so I think that anyone interested in this film would enjoy the back-story. I have been to Canada several times and it's great to see a documentary on a local subject.

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Philip G.

To be honest, I was not expecting to enjoy this film as much as I did. I thought it would be a typical film, with a predictable plot. It was different from all of the films I have watched in the past. It has a fantastic soundtrack. It was very exciting. I have never been to one of the ocean or a beach before. I was fascinated by the location and the water and birds and the way people moved. I found myself lost and lost in the films. I thought it was a great film. I highly recommend this film to anyone who is looking for something different. I am not an avid film critic. I would not rate it better than a 7. I thought it was great.

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Randy

When one of the most famous American directors of the 1980s, Michael Moore, decided to re-release a film about a fictional town in Texas, it made a lot of sense. The town in question is called Lubbock, and it has been compared to the town of Berkeley in California. Moore is an interesting guy, who used to be one of the most successful documentary filmmakers in the world, until the financial crisis hit. After his films were subject to many financial scandals, he became somewhat paranoid about his future. So he decided to make a movie about the town of Lubbock, Texas. It was a gamble that paid off. As a documentary about a fictional town, it has a very positive, interesting look at the town and its residents. It was also interesting to see the town and its people come alive, which was extremely fun to see. It is easy to see why the town is so popular. They are so friendly, and they are just plain interesting. The cast is very interesting, especially the actors who played the mayor and his deputies. They have the right accent and the right mannerisms to be like real people. The director and the actors have a great rapport. The documentary also shows how in some ways, Lubbock, Texas is like the small town that can be found all over the country. It is really nice to see what life is like in a small town in America, and especially in a Texas town. The Texas movie was an interesting look at the life of a small town, and that is something I have not seen before. It was very interesting, and well worth seeing.

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Ruth D.

Since the end of World War II, the U.S. has made considerable efforts to help impoverished and/or disadvantaged regions in Latin America. The question for the U.S. has always been: Can we do something? Can we do something that's actually helpful? While not the answer to that question, the film offers insight into the US involvement in Latin America. The film opens with a brief history of how the U.S. began, focusing on the role of the U.S. in Latin America. It then takes us into the present, detailing the effects of U.S. involvement in Latin America. While it is a fairly long film, it does a good job of keeping the audience focused on the narrative. The film is an engaging, accurate, and sometimes heart-wrenching account of the U.S. role in Latin America. This film should be shown in all colleges and universities, but should be shown on campus with the support of the student's union.

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Lori

Even as I sat in a packed cinema to watch the second installment of my most anticipated film in the 90's I was taken back by the magic of this film. For me this film summed up everything that I ever wanted from a film. From the opening credits with its simple melody that speaks of the power of music, to the breathtaking music of the jazzy theme from The Big Boss, to the brilliant writing of the movie itself. Even with the lack of the story line, this film was a true masterpiece in its own right. From the first scene, where we are introduced to the main character, it is very clear to see the joy that this film is filled with. As the camera pans from the house where this young man lived his life, it is clear to see the struggle that he went through to keep his music alive. From the abusive father, to the other girls who didn't get along with him. The scene where the two boys are talking to the girl who they want to keep the music going, is the one where I felt the most emotion. I mean I cried, because I felt like I had a part of him. Even though this film didn't have a clear story line, it was filled with a wonderful feeling of nostalgia, and the excitement of the people who were in that generation. Even if you don't like music, you will feel like this film is an amazing experience. And to all the people who didn't like the film, I don't understand why. This is a great film that gives the audience a powerful, inspiring, and fantastic film. The music was beautiful, and it is what this film is about. It is also a great film to see with your friends. It will bring back a lot of memories from your childhood and I guarantee that you will enjoy it.

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Jacqueline Montgomery

What a journey, this documentary. Just how difficult and costly these costly, life-changing attempts are for the people involved. Not only did many of the people in this documentary become disabled themselves but they also had to give up their homes and all of their possessions to pay for the surgery, the recovery, the surgeries, the medications and the rehab. And for what? These were just their very modest, modest things. But when the film ended, the person who could have been one of the highest paid dancers, the most glamorous and highly-valued dancer in the world, became so ill, so depressed and so unwell and so struggling with chronic illness, that she didn't even bother to attend the film's Q&A session. She didn't even have the good sense to leave the movie at the end, when the film was over, before it was over. She just seemed really, really, really unwell. But she was "okay" in the face of all this, and seemed to have decided she didn't need the money that she had already received, and so she just paid for the surgery, the recovery, the medications, the rehab, all of this for a mere, silly $5,000. What a waste of everyone's time. The movie was quite funny at times, and was a bit more sad than funny, but it still got a lot of people in tears, and also made me laugh a bit. It was also very informative and very well done, and I would definitely recommend it to anybody who wants to know more about the treatment and the story behind the stories in this documentary.

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William

I was lucky enough to see this film at the Minneapolis Film Festival. It was edited by Ben Meyers and published by Pocket Books. A lot of the focus is on the growth of the Latino community, but the film is also about the racist attacks on people of color, specifically Black people. It's worth seeing for both the story of how a couple of Hollywood stars took a chance and became part of a growing Latino movement, and for the remarkable work of the Latino community itself. As someone who has been active in the Latino community, I have to say that this film really shows how important this community is. My thanks to Ben Meyers for this film. I would love to see the film again.

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Janet

The album This Is My First Gun is a fantastic soundtrack for the movie. The lyrics are so lyrically beautiful and well-written. This is a tribute to the late great Nick Cave. The movie is well-made, and with the majority of the cast, I really enjoyed it. It's a great family film that is great for any age. You don't have to be a fan of Nick Cave or Guns N' Roses to enjoy this movie. It's definitely a must-see for fans.

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Maria S.

Forget all the accusations and their parallels to 9/11, this is a documentary about an ambitious business man, with ambitions beyond his years. John E. McNaughton, born into wealth and with all the ingredients of a successful businessman, created a new wave of products that would change the way we eat and look at our environment. It was with this vision that he made his big breakthrough, producing a revolutionary sandwich with an invention that would revolutionize the food industry. Not surprisingly, the resulting invention didn't turn out as well as he had hoped, leading him to search for a more efficient method of producing the product. Instead of focusing on the finer details of the product, McNaughton went for a grandiose yet effective approach. He started out as a very creative thinker, but after the initial triumph, it became clear to him that he was losing his mind. Instead of turning to pharmaceuticals, he turned to a nutritional supplement company, and over the course of his lifetime, he produced some of the most complex yet most interesting food products that the world has ever seen. In one way, McNaughton's life was a perfect example of how a person can lead a normal life but end up with an unconventional lifestyle. He did have ambitions, but when he turned to his products, he didn't know what he was doing. He seemed to know what he was doing and what he was doing was not working. McNaughton's diet consisted of a diet that relied on healthy fats, fruits, vegetables, and proteins. He was also a vegetarian, and his vegetables were mostly from California. However, one thing that he clearly did not care for was eggs. After all, the egg had a very negative effect on his health, and it had also been made illegal to sell eggs in many countries. Despite his insistence, however, he decided to eat eggs. His main focus for the first half of the film was his obsession with eggs. At the beginning of the film, McNaughton recalls that he thought he had a great idea to make a food product that would improve the health of the world. He knew that it would be impossible to do it successfully, but he knew that he could. In one particularly memorable conversation, he recounts a time when he had a friend try to convince him to eat eggs, to which he responds: "But you said, 'Eat all the eggs you can, they are going to kill you.' " McNaughton believed that the very words he used to talk to his friend in the early 1970s would define him, and that he would become something extraordinary. While the film does a great job at bringing his story to life, one must always be aware of the history and the perspective. It is a testament to McNaughton's character that he did not go through the motions of inventing a product and achieving success. Instead, he turned his entire life around, and created a company that not only changed the way we eat, but also changed the way we look at the world. By eating healthier, he became a symbol of change, not only for the company he created, but for the entire world. His

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Doris Lee

Let me start by saying that I love documentaries. I have seen hundreds of them in my life and I am a true believer that they can be both informative and entertaining. But sometimes they just fall flat. Sometimes a movie just doesn't do enough to convince you of the facts or the great message. That is the case for this documentary. But what I liked about this film is that it actually manages to go deep into the roots of the gay rights movement. I have always admired the idea of gay rights for some reason. I had no idea how it could be such an important issue in history. There were a lot of ways that they could have tackled this issue in the film but I think they were smart enough to leave the viewer with an overwhelming sense of "how could they?". So the film starts with the Stonewall Riots where over a thousand people were killed in New York City. It is really a very interesting story. There were many theories put forth on the attack of the gay community but one thing was clear. It was a reaction to the idea of gays being the "opposite of straight". The film does a very good job of showing the consequences that people suffered and the reasons for it. It shows the pain that the victims had to go through and that caused the end of the gay rights movement. It also shows that it is an issue that we are still dealing with today. As the film progressed I was left with a strong sense of feeling that something needed to be done. The film also tackles the "backlash" of the late 80's and the first decade of the new century. It is really a great look into the politics and what people felt about the issue. It also addresses the question of why homosexuality was not an issue in the first place. I was happy to see that the film never even mentions homosexuality. But I would like to mention that there are a lot of things that I liked about the film. I especially liked the fact that it had a lot of opinions put forth by gays and straight people alike. Some people were very passionate about this issue. I was surprised that a lot of people actually had different opinions. This film also did a great job of showing the "support" that the gay community had for the movement. There were also a lot of things that I loved about the film. One thing that I really liked was the fact that it was really focused on the LGBT community. It did a good job of focusing on the negative effects that the hate speech that was prevalent had on the community. There was a lot of hate speech against the gay community. This movie did a great job of showing the pain that people went through and how much it had an effect on them. The interviews were really well done and it had a lot of personal stories that I really enjoyed. I am really happy that this film is making a splash with the Academy Awards. I really believe that it deserves the recognition. The film has a great message that will be appreciated by many. I really hope that the film is nominated for Best Documentary at the Oscars and that it is nominated for Best Picture. I really think that this film deserves it

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Ryan Hamilton

A great documentary about the pioneering scientific work of John Dobson, one of the world's leading scientists in the fields of physics and biology. This film is about the very early days of Dobson's career and what led to his decision to become a full-time researcher of the sea, from a swimming pool at a university to a ship for the transatlantic crossing. It is a great story of what went on behind the scenes to have him get his discoveries, including the fantastic work with the sea in the field of quantum mechanics, and what led to him going to the Monterey Bay Aquarium. There is much to talk about, including the very remarkable story of the work that was done by all the scientists in the lab on the experiment, the extraordinary ship that carried Dobson on his journey, and the stunning scene of the 'sea' being observed with one of the world's most sophisticated telescopes. I highly recommend this movie, it is one of the few documentaries that is very well done and provides an amazing story of what can be accomplished by scientists when they are not having to spend huge amounts of money on expensive labs. Highly recommended!

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Joseph P.

I was absolutely thrilled when I heard that Bill Maher had made a movie about gun violence in America. Bill is one of my favorite comedians, and it's always been a pleasure to see him on stage. It was always a pleasure to see him on the screen as well. The movie he made about gun violence in America, "I Am Doug," has an incredible cast. Among the actors are Chris Tucker, Richard Pryor, David Spade, Kevin Pollak, David Spade, Dick Van Dyke, and Bill Maher. This film was shot in five different states, with a lot of action, humor, and drama. Bill interviewed a lot of people, including gun owners, school principals, lawmakers, and a retired judge. The dialog was all smart and smart jokes. This film had a great soundtrack, too. This film was made by the same guy who made "Mike Wallace Is Here," and it was definitely worth seeing. I would highly recommend it. 9/10

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Brittany W.

With no dialogue, with an almost entirely documentary-like style, this film has great value. It's fascinating to hear Wallace's thoughts, the way he talks about his research and the obstacles he encounters. It's also enlightening to hear about the great advances in medical science in the last century and the ways in which our modern society has been adapted. The film is just short of two hours, but the most fascinating parts are the ones that aren't shown on screen. In one part, Wallace talks about his work with him. Another part is a discussion about the internet and the role of the news media. I highly recommend this film.

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Judy Weaver

Wallace and his group of "volunteers" were on the front lines of the counterculture movement in the 1960s and early 1970s, fighting against police harassment and repression of the anti-war movement and seeking out new forms of peace, activism, and resistance to violence. They were also among the first people to organize the land and peace groups that grew up in the early 1970s, before the Nixon administration's media and political control over the movement, and the subsequent repression and marginalization of the anti-war movement. This film examines the genesis of the counterculture movement, the strategies they used to build it, and the anti-war movement's aftermath. The film also tells the stories of the participants, many of whom are interviewed in person, and some who were interviewed on film, and how they experienced their involvement in the movement. For many participants, their participation in the movement was about more than just being anti-war or anti-establishment. Many of them are now able to freely express their opinions and opinions about social justice issues, as they had not before. Wallace was in his 60s when this film was made, and this is probably the most detailed account of the counterculture movement that I have ever seen. His efforts in that field of activism had already resulted in the eventual legalization of marijuana, ending the federal ban on it. But for the rest of his life, Wallace was a pioneer in the development of the so-called hippie movement and an important source of information about the movement and its history. The documentary explores the history of the counterculture movement and provides an excellent overview of its origins and its success in the 1960s and 1970s. It also examines the history of the anti-war movement, the civil rights movement, and the counterculture movement. The film makes an important contribution to the understanding of the counterculture movement and the history of social movements. It also reveals some of the tactics used by the counterculture movement, including the method of violence used by some members of the movement, and how the movement tried to gain acceptance and acceptance of its ideas. Wallace's activities as an activist, and his beliefs and ideas about the movement, are explained, and he is given many personal and historical interviews. The film also includes the personal and historical reflections of some of the participants, including the interview with Norman Mailer. Wallace's son David Wallace discusses his father's activism and the counterculture movement, and David Wallace's wife, Beryl, discusses the impact of the counterculture movement on her life. The documentary does not attempt to minimize or deny the violence and repression that the movement faced. But it also does not attempt to minimize the impact that the movement had on the lives of people who were involved in it, including those who were involved in the movement, and how they lived and how they lived after the movement ended. For example, several participants talk about how they were affected by the movement's impact, including the feeling that they had lost their loved ones to the movement, the feeling that they were outsiders and were becoming alien in their own country, and the isolation of many of them from society. They also talk about the alienation

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Rose Johnston

I love movies. I love movies that help me live my life. This movie has made me cry. This movie makes me feel happy. This movie makes me think about the importance of the film in the film history. It makes me think about what I will do with my life in the future. This movie will be in my DVD collection for years to come.

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Grace N.

The documentary tells the story of the American family living in northern Mexico. I was particularly interested in this film as it is based on the real story of how the mother of the youngest child of the family, Linda, ended up pregnant and living in the US illegally. Her sister, Christine, was also pregnant and having an abortion in Canada. She returned to the US as the same age as Linda. It's interesting to hear what the mother and father of Linda had to say about this whole ordeal. I would have liked to have seen more interviews with the parents of Linda, who say that they have seen their daughter's face for the last time and are trying to convince her to come back home. I also would have liked to hear more of Linda's and Christine's experiences with the border agents and the immigration officials who are trying to deport them. Linda and Christine speak of the difficulties they had trying to obtain a legal work permit in Canada. I would have liked to hear more about their attempts to obtain a Social Security card for their daughter. I am a female and have seen the faces of women in the immigrant community, including Linda and Christine, who have told me that their stories are similar to mine. What makes it particularly interesting to me is that there is no "right" or "wrong" answer. No one is able to tell Linda and Christine that they should not have gone to Canada. Linda and Christine have to decide for themselves what was best for them and their daughter. I am not sure that they made the right decision.

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Emily

If you want to know why the world is so messed up, this is a good documentary to watch. It is a thorough documentary about both Jim Jones and Jonestown. They really go into great detail about the many conspiracy theories that surround Jones. The documentary touches on many things, including: the poison gas incident, the way in which the locals treated Jonestown, the fact that the "lost" child is still alive and "other things". It really goes into great detail and is a must see for anyone interested in the Jonestown tragedy. 9/10