فيلم On Her Shoulders

On Her Shoulders

On Her Shoulders is a movie starring Nadia Murad, Murad Ismael, and Simone Monasebian. Nadia Murad, a 23-year-old Yazidi, survived genocide and sexual slavery committed by ISIS. Repeating her story to the world, this ordinary girl...

Other Titles
Na jej barkach, Nadia terhe, Nadia - folkmordets röst, ナディアの誓い On Her Shoulders, Sulle sue spalle
Running Time
1 hours 35 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Biography, Documentary
Director
Alexandria Bombach
Writer
Deniz Ekici, Hishyar Abid, Nawaf Ashur, Shahnaz Osso, Yousif Haskan
Actors
Murad Ismael, Simone Monasebian, Nadia Murad, Michelle Rempel
Country
USA
Year
2018
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

Nadia Murad, a 23-year-old Yazidi, survived genocide and sexual slavery committed by ISIS. Repeating her story to the world, this ordinary girl finds herself thrust onto the international stage as the voice of her people.

Comments about biography «On Her Shoulders» (19)

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Hannah B.

When I first heard about the film, I had some reservations. In fact, it seemed like it would be a boring documentary. But after watching it, I realized that it was a lot more than that. It was extremely insightful. I think it is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. I have seen a lot of documentaries, and I was extremely impressed with this one. The documentary is about "The Queen's Son" and his life from a very young age. It is a very interesting documentary. I highly recommend it. I'm not sure if it will ever get the recognition it deserves, but I think it is definitely worth watching. I give it an 8/10.

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Dorothy

A superbly written documentary about an unassuming female musician whose music became an anthem for a generation of female artists, and the influence she had on a generation of musicians, too. The film is filled with wonderful footage and great interviews with the artist and her daughter, as well as with other musicians, musicians' families, and friends, and the director is particularly adept at giving the viewer a sense of what a great artist she was, and what an impact she had on her audience. It's a really good film, with great footage, and interviews with many of the artists, and their families. A great documentary.

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Betty Brown

The film begins with a somewhat typical interview style where the interviewer is not interviewed but rather the subject of the interview is. This is done with some frequency in various films, but this was especially true of this film. This is not a documentary per se, but rather a portrait of a woman who is facing cancer and her son, an aging man who is trying to help her. The interviews are very good and the subjects are warm and interesting. The fact that these interviews are in Spanish is a good move because we get to hear their stories and the Spanish ones are especially insightful. In addition, the actors are great and the film is not dull at all. The filmmakers have done a wonderful job of bringing together so many different stories into one. This is a must see for anyone who cares about this issue. There are some really wonderful stories told in this film, and I was especially moved by the story of the young man who is trying to get cancer treatment and has to get the drugs from the hospitals. It is a great film.

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Denise F.

I was lucky enough to get a hold of this movie on DVD and watched it twice. The first time was with a friend of mine, who is a HUGE fan of the film. We both agreed that the first viewing was just a tad on the short side and lacked the punch that the second viewing had. However, we both agreed that the movie is absolutely great, and it is absolutely worth your time to watch it. The people who made this film have a strong grasp of the subject matter and are very aware of what they are putting out. There are some great interviews and some of the interviewees are the most interesting. I'm glad I got a hold of this movie, and I hope that it gets to people who may be interested in the subject. There is a lot to talk about. It is a must see, and it is certainly worth your time.

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Johnny S.

As a big fan of the films of Clint Eastwood, I was pleased to see this documentary. It's not an accurate biography of Eastwood, but it is a film which focuses on his films. It covers the most famous ones, but also the lesser known ones. It is interesting to see how some of his films are better remembered than others. Clint Eastwood's films are not a masterpiece, but they are good films, and they're worth watching. He was very popular during the 1960's, but by the 1980's, he had passed the mark of greatness. In this documentary, he talks about his favorite films, his favorite actors, and his favorite films. The film is well-edited, the interviews are interesting, and the documentary is well-made. This is a film I'd recommend to people who are not familiar with Eastwood's work, but also not familiar with the films of other directors. I think this is a must-see documentary for people who like to watch a film.

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Linda

I loved this movie. I thought it was very well done. I was really impressed by the woman who played Amy. I think the movie is really funny. It's a good movie for a date night. It's definitely a movie to watch with a group of friends.

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Tammy R.

I was born in the late '60s, and I had a friend who was raised Catholic, and she said that the most shocking thing about her was that her father was a Catholic priest. I never heard of it until I watched this documentary. I had to check the facts, and I have to say that my friend was right. It seems that when you have the word "Catholic" in the title, it has to have something to do with Catholicism, and that's exactly what this documentary has. There's a lot of information about the history of the Church, and the priests and nuns, and the people who were involved in the lives of those who were raised Catholic. I recommend this film to anyone who has a child who is not Catholic, or if you're a Catholic, you should watch this film. You won't be surprised by anything, because the facts are well-documented, and you don't have to be a Catholic to understand them.

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Louis

This documentary is about the amazing work of one woman, Carole Smith, who has done great work in the field of writing, editing and directing. I was pleasantly surprised to see the wonderful work that she has done, not only for women in the film industry, but for people in general. She has the ability to get inside of people's lives and create a real connection between them. This documentary was made in the 1980s and features a great group of people, from actors to directors to writers, who have worked with her. It is a great collection of interviews, and is a great look at how one woman has made an impact on the world. The film was very well made, with beautiful cinematography, and a great mix of interviews. The performances were outstanding, with many great actresses in the cast. There is a great deal of great information that is included in this documentary. I was impressed with the information that was provided about the creation of the original novel that Carole Smith wrote, and also about the way she got involved with the film industry. I would highly recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in women in the film industry. It is a great look at the women that are making an impact on the world.

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Roy Armstrong

I'm a nurse. I've worked in hospitals for 10 years and know what it feels like to be surrounded by angry patients. So I wasn't surprised when I saw the movie. It is not a film about nurses. It is about the professional nurses who are so often the victims of patients. I'm not a nurse, but I've been in hospitals, and I've seen what happens to nurses. It's sad. It's a great movie. It shows the real struggle and the fear of being the first line of defense. The movie also highlights the good things that happen to nurses and the bad things that happen to nurses. It is not a movie about nurses. It is about the professionals who are under so much stress that they lose control. The nurses are also the first line of defense in hospitals, and they have to be very careful. There are no rules in hospitals. The nurses are on their own. I highly recommend this movie. It is a great movie, and I hope it helps nurses get a better sense of what it is like to work in a hospital.

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Anna Nelson

I've seen quite a few documentaries about women and their lives and this one is definitely a must see. The whole documentary is just a great insight into women's lives and their opinions about their bodies. From a young age, we're constantly bombarded with messages telling us that what we do and what we look like is of no importance. The documentary shows how hard it is to change our bodies and the psychological battle it's a constant battle to stay true to yourself. I think this is a very important film to watch and I would recommend it to everyone.

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Jordan C.

As an American born in the late 1950s, I can certainly relate to the experiences of the three women interviewed in this documentary. I'm not an expert on the subject, but I had heard of the suffragettes before watching this documentary. It made me think that, maybe, women were not the only ones fighting for the right to vote. I also think that, maybe, these women were not just protesting the suffragette movement, but the struggle of women to be able to vote in America. I was particularly moved by the story of Irene Hirsch, a German immigrant who had been denied a driver's license in New York because of her German heritage. The documentary follows her and her sister, who also wanted to vote, through the many obstacles that they had to go through. The documentary is a good look at the history of women's suffrage, but also a great look at the struggles of these women, and how they fought for their rights. As the documentary was not made with an agenda, I think that this documentary can be enjoyed by anyone who has a passion for history.

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Juan C.

Saw this documentary at the Philadelphia Film Festival and it was very moving. The interviewees were all talented actors. I really enjoyed the idea that the actors were able to share their experiences with the camera and that it was more about them than the story. There was also a lot of great "behind the scenes" stuff, such as the casting and shooting, that really made the story. I would have liked to have seen more interviews with the actors and directors. I was impressed with the first interviewee who described how he came up with the idea for the movie, but then the director had to go and do some "background research" on his own. I think that was a very good example of how to deal with a creative problem. Overall, a very interesting documentary.

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Judith F.

The truth about this film is that it is an honest and hard hitting documentary about the 9/11 attacks, yet it is not sensationalized or over dramatized. It is one of the few documentaries to be released since 9/11 that shows that the official government line is far from the truth. It is also a film that is somewhat of a truth bomb. The film does not have a flashy trailer that promises an explosive ending. Instead, it keeps you on the edge of your seat. It is an honest look at what really happened on that fateful day in 2001. The film is not a propaganda piece, nor does it play into any agenda. It is a film that will leave you thinking about what you have learned from the film and how you can do something to help prevent a similar tragedy in the future. It is a must see film that will leave you thinking about what you have learned and how you can do something to help prevent a tragedy like 9/11.

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Debra W.

This is an excellent documentary, which I found to be extremely well done. The main flaw of the film is that it is very "over the top", to the point of being offensive to some people. It is a documentary, not a comedy. I think it is very important to have an objective point of view in these situations, because the viewers are generally in the dark. I think that the one who is most harmed by this film is the person who has had to endure the "stereotypes" of the documentary. It is very sad to see how people are attacked for not having a certain race or religion. It is a shame that the message of this film is being undermined, because I believe that the true message of this film is to promote tolerance and acceptance. I believe that the filmmaker should be congratulated for his work. He is showing that people are not all bad. I think that people are more than just stereotypes, and that the main problem with the world today is not that we are all racist or sexist. The problem is that we are too tolerant and we are letting our tolerance get in the way of our ability to be open-minded and tolerant. The film is very good and well made, and I am really glad that I have seen it. It is a very good film. I would give it a 9.5/10. The main flaw of the film is that it is very "over the top". It is very offensive to some people, and I would not recommend it to others.

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Heather Herrera

The movie is amazing. The whole story is well-told. I highly recommend it. The only thing that bothered me was that they had to do a lot of interviews with the police, and they did it in a very superficial manner. I also was confused about the mother's role. She seemed to be playing the role of a strong-willed mother, but in the end, she had no choice but to turn into a psycho. Her role in the story was not very important. It was more of a conflict between the mother and her son. It was not really important to me that the mother was mentally unstable. She was just another character in the movie. I also felt that the mom was very short-sighted, and that was the biggest problem in the story. It was not very clear what the mother was really trying to accomplish. In the end, it was a good movie, and I think it should be watched by everyone.

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Lauren

I was very excited to see this movie. I'm a very strong believer that documentary films should be made to tell the story. I was especially excited to see this movie because I am a very strong believer that it is important to tell the story of the women who fought for women's rights. This movie was a great documentary to show the lives of these women. It was very informative and was very moving. I loved this movie. The movie was very well made and had a great story to tell. It was very emotional. The story of this movie was very compelling and it is a very important movie to show the women's rights movement. I was very happy that this movie was made. The movie was very well done. I would recommend this movie to anyone. I hope you enjoy this movie.

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Emma M.

With so many documentaries about the 1970's and 1980's it is not surprising that many of them have been set aside for their own particular cinematic stories. This is not to say that there are not good ones, but none of them have been great. This is a documentary, so it is very hard to do great work. I've been on the lookout for a documentary about the music industry, and this is not it. This is a documentary about the music industry, and its many facets. It is more than a musical document, it is about the social, political, economic, and personal issues surrounding the music industry. And this is where the film excels. It is a true story about the music industry, about how it was, is, and will be in the future. It is a very good story, but it is also an extremely good documentary. It is not a history lesson, it is not a social commentary, it is not a look at the industry, it is a look at the people who are in the industry. The film is narrated by the great Alan Silvestri, and the music he plays is excellent, but the most remarkable thing is that the music is also good. The film is a very well made documentary, and I can only hope that the director makes more of them. But for now, this is a good documentary.

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Carol M.

I'm going to keep this short and sweet. This documentary is not only a personal story of a mother who gave birth to a baby who is a paraplegic, but it is also a look at how society and the medical community have responded to this situation. Many times, we have all been taught to do something and it is because we think we have a choice in the matter, that we often do not have the opportunity to make the right choice. It is because of this that the media and medical community has been so quick to point fingers and blame others for the problems that happen to people who are in need of assistance. For example, when one parent had a baby that was born with a birth defect, the parents were placed in a program that could be likened to a foster care program. However, this program was not really designed to help those in need of care, but to help the parents get custody of the child. The result is that the parents have been locked in a "locked" marriage, and they have had to take on more and more of the burden of caring for the child. As a result, the mother of the child is now in a mental institution, while the father is now struggling to keep his job and make ends meet. This film is not just about the mother and her child, but about the mother's struggle to keep the child from being placed in foster care, and the father's struggle to keep his job and his home.

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Aaron Reyes

When I first heard of the documentary, I was not sure if I wanted to see it. The subject matter seemed like something that could be done to lighten up, but I don't know if that is the case. It does have a strong message, and the documentary gives a good insight into how the HIV/AIDS epidemic affects the people that live with the virus. I will admit that the documentary is a little confusing at times, but it is clear enough to understand what is going on, and how the epidemic affects the people who have HIV. I recommend the documentary to anyone who is interested in this topic.