فيلم Jay Myself

Jay Myself

Jay Myself is a movie starring Jay Maisel. Photographer Stephen Wilkes creates an intimate portrait of his mentor, Jay Maisel, as he leaves the 30,000 square foot building in the Bowery that he's inhabited and filled with his...

Running Time
1 hours 19 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, Biography
Stephen Wilkes
Josh Alexander
Jay Maisel
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Photographer Stephen Wilkes creates an intimate portrait of his mentor, Jay Maisel, as he leaves the 30,000 square foot building in the Bowery that he's inhabited and filled with his eccentric collection of beautiful random objects for the last 40 years - known as 'The Bank.'

Comments about documentary «Jay Myself» (9)

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This is the most interesting documentary I have ever seen about the issues of land and control in Argentina. From the start, the film is a mix of interviews and footage from the countryside to the cities. While it does not follow a traditional narrative, it gives the viewer a sense of what life was like for the people of the country during the years when the coup d'etat occurred. The documentary also touches on the current situation in Argentina, and how the current government has ignored the needs of the people and the problems that face the country. The film does not aim to be a complete history, but rather a reflection on the people's lives in a very intimate way. In the end, this film is a great study of the people's struggle and how the country has been affected by the coup. The film shows the voices of those who were affected, and the pain of the country. This is a film that everyone should see.

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While the film is well-made, it is more concerned with the issues of child abuse than the actual child abuse itself. A lot of the conversations in the movie revolve around the way a parent chooses to handle a child. In most cases, it is based on the emotional trauma of the abuse itself. What the movie shows is the true lengths to which parents will go to protect their children. I'm not sure I would have put this film on the same level as "You Can Count on Me", but it's still an important film and the documentary style was effective. The only thing I didn't really like about the movie was the way it focused on one event rather than the many ways that a child can be abused. Also, while it is a well-made documentary, it seems that it was edited by the same people that did the documentary on "You Can Count on Me". I recommend the documentary version if you want to see the original movie.

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This documentary about American singer and songwriter Mark Knopfler, best known for his work with the band Mötley Crüe, has more to offer than just his own personal life. He has an incredible passion for music and he's able to channel that passion into helping others. This documentary is so powerful, I was left in tears. He has a dream, and he wants to live that dream. He's willing to give up his own success to make others happy. The film is about a man who is determined to give his life to help others. The way that he does that is by giving his life to help others, and in doing so, he helps the world. The main actor in this film is Mark Knopfler. He is a really good actor, and he is the heart and soul of the film. Knopfler is a very passionate person, and he does not care who he hurts along the way. He has many friends and family that he will never forget. He doesn't care if his band is in trouble, he cares about the success of his band and his fans. This documentary has a lot to offer, and I recommend it to everyone.

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Craig Wong

I knew that Michael Moore would make a special about the nature of nuclear power. I also knew that he would do a special on "The Day After Tomorrow". So it seemed like a great idea. But when I saw the trailer for "The Day After Tomorrow", I thought "This is going to be an awesome documentary". But I was wrong. First of all, the trailers are really misleading. The documentary is very much a "look at what happened" and not a "look at what will happen". But still, I was interested in seeing what the director was going to do about "The Day After Tomorrow". And in my opinion, he did a really good job. He not only showed the dangers of nuclear power, but also the government's policies, what they were doing, and the consequences. And the results of those policies were shocking. I especially liked that the director focused on the economic consequences, and not on the nuclear power itself. He did a really good job, and I definitely recommend you to see this documentary.

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Judy W.

It's a gripping look at the early years of another major contemporary drug epidemic. With the influx of the "street" drugs into the US, more and more kids are being exposed to them. With the addict mentality of the drug being too easily accepted and developed, this documentary covers the drug addiction in detail, from the moment that the drug is introduced to the moment that the drug becomes popular. While the drug epidemic is certainly a huge one, this film is more of a look into the youth culture than any sort of diagnosis or even a history of drugs. The film is a good look at how the drugs are getting popular, but in no way does it delve into the philosophy or morality behind them. Instead, it's more of a look into the everyday lives of a young boy and his friends. It's a great look into a world that no longer has a place for the drug. This is a very important documentary that can be a useful education for people to learn about the drug that is the most popular. And it does give a good insight into a drug that is no longer very popular. It's a shame that this documentary has only been available in Japan, as I think that it's a fantastic documentary that deserves to be made available in the US. In fact, this documentary is an extremely important documentary that should be made available in the US. The documentary is extremely good, but it's also a very important one. If you want to know more about drugs, this documentary is a good place to start. And it's one of the best documentaries on drugs that has been made. 8/10

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Joan Bennett

Although I am a huge fan of the director, I had my doubts about this documentary. With all due respect to Bill Smith, this is not an excellent documentary. However, the footage is very well done and is very much worth seeing. Bill Smith is a very interesting and highly compelling person, and it was nice to see him interact with his subjects. The interviews were very well done and the director did a great job at keeping the information flowing. However, the footage is not well edited, and sometimes it would be hard to follow what the subjects were saying. Some of the subjects were difficult to understand, but some of the subjects were not that easy to understand. The interviews were also very short, and some of the subjects had no personality at all. Bill Smith's experiences in his youth were very interesting, and the director did a great job of presenting the real events. However, the interviews with the directors of the local churches are very interesting, but the other interviews are more interesting. Some of the interviews were more interesting than others. Overall, I would recommend this documentary to anyone interested in the subject matter, but it is not as good as I would have liked. The documentary was good, but it could have been better. Still, it is worth seeing, and is worth seeing again.

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I can't tell you how many times I've been told that John Lennon was the ultimate rebel. So here's the deal. The Beatles were a rock and roll band that was on the edge of success but were never a serious band. Their ideas were often innovative and they tried to make them their own. It's as if they were talking to the camera instead of talking to each other. This movie is a great example of this. Lennon's documentary is an absolute gem. The footage is so great that it's a wonder how it's captured. It's so different from the band's live performances that it's hard to tell who's talking and who's playing. The editing is brilliant. It almost seems like they were trying to film the band in their own time. The music is amazing. It's interesting to hear how it changes throughout the years. The interviews with the band members are also brilliant. The Beatles were the most important musical band in history. They have an iconic reputation and the music they made is very personal and it's amazing to see how they experienced the music they made. The interviews with the other musicians are also great. It's interesting to hear about how Lennon's musicians thought of him and how they viewed the Beatles. It's also fascinating to see how they thought of Lennon and what they thought of him. The documentary is brilliant and it's a must see.

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Steven Palmer

When I first heard about this documentary, I thought it sounded interesting. I just had to watch it. I was extremely pleasantly surprised. I thought that it was great, and I hope that this movie is going to be released on DVD. It is a great documentary that is very well done. It tells the stories of four different people who were affected by a large piece of the Panama Canal. It shows the stories of people who were affected by the canal and it shows how the canal has affected people and the country. It also shows the negative effects that the canal has had on the people of Panama. It is very sad that it is almost a crime to talk about the canal. I don't want to give anything away, but I am really glad that there is a documentary out there that can help people with a personal connection to the canal. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in the canal. I will definitely be looking out for it when it is released on DVD.

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Amy B.

A year after the release of his magnum opus THE VILLAGE, Spike Lee returns to the spotlight with this documentary about the folk music scene in the Sixties. Along the way, he interviews both contemporary and historical musicians from the local area of Harlem, and the legendary songwriter Lulu Monroe. With a little bit of historical background on the era and the music itself, as well as an introduction to some of the many local musicians who came out of the scene, this doc becomes a must see for anyone interested in the Harlem music scene. If you have never heard of it, it's a great way to get up to speed on what the music was all about, and also give an insight to the history of the music itself. There's also an in depth discussion of the music itself, with interviews with the musicians and singers, as well as an explanation of how the music came to be. Overall, this is a great doc that, if you are a fan of the music, should be at the top of your list. 8/10