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Bikes vs Cars

Bikes vs Cars is a movie starring Aline Cavalcante, Dan Koeppel, and Raquel Rolnik. Bikes vs Cars is a documentary about the bike and what an amazing tool for change it can be. It highlights a conflict in city planning between...

Other Titles
Bikes vs Cars 車社会から自転車社会へ, Pyörät vastaan autot, Bicicletas vs coches, Ποδήλατα εναντίον αυτοκινήτων, Rowery kontra samochody, Bike vs Carros
Running Time
1 hours 30 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Fredrik Gertten
Writer
Fredrik Gertten
Actors
Raquel Rolnik, Aline Cavalcante, Dan Koeppel, Joel Ewanick
Country
Sweden
Year
2015
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

Depicts a global crisis that we all deep down know we need to talk about: climate, earth's resources, cities where the entire surface is consumed by the car. An ever-growing, dirty, noisy traffic chaos. The bike is a great tool for change, but the powerful interests who gain from the private car invest billions each year on lobbying and advertising to protect their business. In the film we meet activists and thinkers who are fighting for better cities, who refuse to stop riding despite the increasing number killed in traffic.

Comments about documentary «Bikes vs Cars» (23)

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Michelle

I was not expecting much from this documentary, but I was wrong. I was blown away by it. The idea of the film was not interesting, but the way they communicated it to me was absolutely brilliant. I was able to connect with the film. It had everything that I liked from the previous documentaries: the humor, the hope, the ups and downs, the effort, the passion, the dedication, the commitment, the passion, the joy, and the perseverance. It was more than just a documentary. It was a story about life. A film about how people try to make something of their life, even if it isn't what they thought it would be. The most memorable part of the film was when Dinklage showed his son the old car, and how proud he was of his son, and how he wished that he had this car. It made me realize that I do want my kids to have these cars. And that I am not just a car fan, I am a car lover.

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Carolyn M.

Well-made, realistic look at how people, families, and governments can be better when faced with the societal pressures and frustrations that accompany what's called "social integration." I haven't been to any US cities, but I've seen how a social welfare system can wreck havoc on a community's ability to thrive. I've also seen how people with limited resources can choose to work as a job to support their families instead of as a way to pay the bills. The "Life on the Street" documentary, "Life on the Street" (2001) is a wonderful and unpretentious look at the problems, dangers, and rewards of not being able to make ends meet, but more importantly, to pay off the mortgages and rent. If you're interested in "social integration," you'll love this movie. If you're not, you'll probably like it.

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Ryan B.

I really appreciate this documentary. It shows the basic things we can do with our bicycles. I love the fact that people can just ride their bikes for hours, just to go to work or school. It shows the person who is making the decision to get a bike for his son or daughter, how he works to obtain the bike for his son or daughter and how his daughter really does not want to ride a bike for school. I think this is a very well-done film. And I love the part where the son is not wanting to ride a bike, but just wants to be able to ride at a school. He asks the teacher, "Will you teach me to ride?" I was really happy that he finally realized his dream, and that he was finally able to be able to ride a bike for school. He is really happy to be able to go to school and to have that new bicycle.

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Andrew

There are two problems with this documentary. One is that it is all about cars, but not all cars are created equal. For example, the entire life of a machine is all about technology, but there are certain machines that are essentially glorified tools. This film is all about a Ferrari sports car, but it is the mid-2000s model. The other problem is that the film has an air of belief that is annoying, because we are told that these cars are the best, and that only one person can ever know if they are worth it. Yet the documentary is just one person's opinion, and it isn't actually good, just bad. The focus is all on the cars, and if you take that away, the documentary loses a lot of its meaning. The good thing is that this documentary is all about cars, and if you get bored of cars, this documentary will make you feel better about your love of them. Watch this documentary, and if you have a passion for cars, and you are not just a car enthusiast, you should watch this documentary.

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Tyler F.

Very interesting and different view of the future of the automobile. What makes it worth watching is that it doesn't just focus on the past. It focuses on what could happen in the future and how this affects the future. It's well made and very engaging.

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Harry Kelly

A masterpiece, and the ultimate example of what a documentary should be, this is a film that should have gone to a special screening in the very least. It was made by filmmakers who grew up in the shadow of this tragic event, and who can't be blamed for any of their own mistakes. It is an absolutely heartbreaking documentary, but also a film about how the community that should have been helping each other got in bed together and had this, in essence, become a big accident waiting to happen. To the filmmakers and the family and friends of the victims, thank you so much. This movie is a testament to all of us and should be considered an instruction manual for how to make documentaries in a way that is more effective and truthful. This is a film that should be required viewing, and I'm sure that most people who have a heart and are prepared to learn something from it will not be disappointed. It is, however, a movie that I will never forget, and will continue to be a reminder of the power of our community to overcome tragedy. I thank you so much, and please pass this on to as many people as possible.

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Stephanie Cook

I have to admit that the first half of the movie was very good, because the cinematography and the documentary style (in contrast with the usual high-budget, big-budget movies) made the movie extremely interesting. The documentary style gave the movie a unique atmosphere, without wasting time and showing every moment of a real story. But the story became completely "tired" towards the end, because we couldn't guess anything about the characters (unless they wanted to). The filming became more and more boring as the story evolved. I understand that the goal of the movie was to tell a true story of the life of a bike racer, but the story of the main character, the family, was not interesting. There was nothing to remember. And there was nothing to be emotional about. In conclusion, the documentary style of the movie didn't work for me. Even the best documentary style doesn't necessarily work in all situations.

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Lawrence

I'm not sure why this film has so many negative reviews. The majority of people seem to be saying that the film is "hollywood-biased" and that the cars are "cheap", but I don't know that those people have ever been to a movie before and probably haven't seen a car before. As for the real-life car crash, it was a car that looked like a Volvo, and it was a relatively small one. If you are comparing this to the small, poorly-made cars that are used in movies and documentaries, then you really shouldn't. Cars and their crashes are just as real and as interesting as the other crashes in this film. I think that it's an excellent film that does a great job of explaining what happened that day, and it was also very educational. The main thing I learned was that it's important to look at the whole picture, and that sometimes what you see isn't always what you get. I think that the people who give this film so many bad reviews are looking at the car crash, and then they are looking at the film and saying "Wow, what a waste of time!" What a waste of time, and what a waste of money. I think that if people were more patient and less critical, then maybe they would be able to get a better understanding of what really happened that day. If you want to see a documentary about the same event, go see "The Cell" instead. I think that the majority of people who see this film are just looking at the car crash, and that's their problem. I think that if they could look at the whole picture, and then they could see the bigger picture, then they would understand what happened, and how it could have been better, then maybe they wouldn't be so negative.

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Diana

You'd think that with a great deal of money, a lot of money, and with a lot of talent, you could produce a documentary about a fascinating topic. That's not what happened here. The cinematography and music are excellent. I thought the interview segments were insightful, and I'm a big fan of Nick Cave. The interviews themselves are interesting, and the director's commentary is fascinating. However, when you compare this documentary to the one that Documentin's made about the Mayan ruins of Tikal, the connection is pretty far apart. This documentary has some points that are quite different from the Tikal film. There's more photography of the same subjects. There's more detail of the people. And this documentary is not as well researched as Tikal. That doesn't take anything away from this documentary, just makes it a little more limited. This film is highly recommended, but if you're really into Nick Cave, you may want to check out the Tikal film first, or the Tikal documentary first.

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Andrew Harrison

We had been living in London for a year and had no idea that it was the third most expensive city in the world, and we were quite shocked to find out how expensive it really is. It is difficult to imagine that all the lights are in the same place, and there are many large skyscrapers, but we did find ourselves wondering if that was all there is. We saw lots of cars that looked rather like steam engines, and many which looked like both steam engines and horse drawn chariots. And all of them are in the capital. We were hoping that there would be some sort of cityscape in the background, but there was none. The only 'seamless' thing was when the cameras were not on one another, but we were not quite sure how they were not on one another. We then found out that all of the cameras in the streets were cameras which had been turned off, and that they were all set to run in the background, so that when a person walked by, the camera would move in and record what he looked like. This was very confusing, and even more so as we had no idea how long the film would last. We were trying to watch it to the end, and then deciding that we would have to do a second viewing, because we had run out of patience. But after another viewing, we decided that it was a good thing that we had done the second one, because we would have had to watch it again to find out what was going on, and would have missed a lot of details. It is just very difficult to watch a film on a second viewing, but this one was excellent. All of the interviews were good, and the film is very interesting, and is worth watching, but there is also lots of personal stuff about the individuals, and how they feel about the city and its conditions. It is difficult to say much about it, as it is not all about the city, but some of the points are quite remarkable, such as how certain residents feel about the airport, the Tube and the relationship between men and women. But it is really quite interesting and the people interviewed do a very good job of getting across the feelings of each individual, and the difficulties they have dealing with this city. It is interesting to see how different people feel about different things, and we are left with the feeling that it is a very big city with lots of different people, and that is what makes it so difficult to get the information we need. If you are considering going to London for the first time, and if you are there, do not forget that you are not alone, and that there are many people around you who will be just as bored as you. This is a film which you will want to see again, and I recommend it to anyone who wants to know about London, and the city of London.

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Vincent

One of the best films I have ever seen. Amazing. It has a lot to say about American culture and in this case, American culture in the era of the 80s. While this is very much a film for the modern generation, it has some very deep meaning for the older generation. "80s culture" is a tricky term to use, and I do not think I have ever seen it used so well. What do we mean by the word "culture?" It is hard to define, but you can certainly see it in many films and in many cultures. It is very hard to define because what defines it may be different in each culture. American culture has become very complex and interesting to many people. The same thing is true in many other countries. The idea of a film like this being released is not particularly easy, but for some reason, it has not been released in the United States. I'm glad they did, and I hope they release it here soon. One thing that I didn't expect from the film was the passion it had for American culture. I am not sure if this was intentional, but I think it was. In one of the scenes, a woman said that she felt like she was in a dream when she saw the American flag waving in the background. It is just a dream, but the scene reminded me of the fact that many people feel this way. This passion for American culture is what makes this film so special. It is really well done and a lot of people may not like this film, but I think it is one of the best films ever made. This is the kind of film that people who are not American, but have a strong American history will love. This is not a film for the faint of heart or for those who can't get into this film. But anyone who has a strong attachment to American culture will love it.

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Juan S.

There are so many really positive aspects to this film. First off, the cinematography is excellent. The entire film is shot at night. I really enjoyed the light that this film presents, and it makes you feel like a kid again. I think that this is the first film that I have ever seen that has really captured the feeling of growing up without all the dumb-ass music. The soundtrack is truly incredible and puts you in the place of the characters in this film. There are songs that make you feel as if you were there in their eyes. You really feel like you are with them in their world. The animation is just outstanding. When you watch a movie you want it to be a good movie. A lot of people go into a movie hoping that they are going to see a good movie. The problem with this movie is that it's just a good movie. The movie is not trying to show you anything in particular. It's not trying to show you how to be a better person. It's not trying to tell you anything. It's just a good movie. I really like the director because he really put a lot of effort into this film. I also think that the actors are really good. I really think that Keanu Reeves is a great actor. I really think that Christian Bale is an awesome actor. I think that Vin Diesel is a really great actor. I also think that Paul Walker is a really good actor. I really liked the actors in this movie, and I really think that they all fit in this film really well. I think that there is something in this movie that is really powerful and really powerful. I think that I'm going to go watch it again right now because I just really love this movie. I think that it really is a really good movie. It really is. I think that it's going to be one of those films that is going to be really difficult to get. I think that the reason why this movie is so good is because it's really something that you have to really think about and really think about when you watch it. I think that this is a really good film. I really like it and I think that it's going to be a really good movie.

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Jose

The entire film is shot in two locations, the Florida coast and the Canadian town of Sarnia, Ontario. Director and writer Tom Wolfe says the film is "about two Canadian towns, Ontario and Sarnia, Ontario, which were devastated by a massive tsunami in 2004. As the village population quickly shrinks, it becomes increasingly difficult for the two towns to attract tourists. With few exceptions, the townsfolk don't like the tourists, and in their minds, they're the ones responsible for the disaster. But the film quickly reveals that the tourists do not just come to visit, but also work for the townsfolk as "experimenters", test subjects, and as a method of dispersing the tsunami. Wolfe says the film was shot from a personal point of view, from the point of view of a "trailer-driving, bohemian young Canadian film director". Wolfe says that the film is essentially a statement on the tourist industry, and the meaning behind it. Wolfe says that there are two ways to go about this documentary: either by arguing that it's an interesting documentary about the Canadian tourism industry, or by arguing that it's an interesting documentary about the tourist industry. The film also ends with a special "surprise" ending, that will surprise even you.

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Denise

I'm not really sure why this movie is so far down the ratings scale and I wonder if it is because this is a true story. But if you like documentaries this one is a must. I believe it is the first one on the subject of road rage. This is also a great insight into the culture that surrounds this "gag" that the TV people use to hide the truth. If you want to know how America views the world, this is the documentary for you. It's easy to see how this was a cultural experience for everyone involved. A great film and a must see.

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Jordan K.

When I first watched the documentary, I thought it was a fantastic and inspiring documentary. The film was amazingly produced and very well presented. It covered so many topics, such as race, drugs, and American culture. I was extremely pleased with the interviews that were included. I truly felt like I was getting to know some of these people. This documentary was not meant to be a super documentary, but it definitely was. It was just a really great documentary that I would recommend. I recommend this film to anyone who has an interest in driving and their cars, or anyone who is just curious about the culture of American cars. I recommend this film to anyone who has a passion for cars, and to anyone who wants to learn about the culture of American cars. I hope this film will inspire you to see it and learn more about American cars.

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Gary Clark

I've been interested in cycling for years and I wanted to see a different point of view of the topic. My wife and I both enjoyed the film. It was very factual, interesting, and even surprisingly informative. The last 2 or 3 minutes are very moving, but I can't say the same for most of the rest of the film. The only reason I gave it a 9 is because I thought it was a bit too long. I would have liked it to be shorter.

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Virginia

I was blown away by this documentary, which did not let me down. The way it was shot and edited, the humor, and the way it actually happened was amazing. I felt like I was there in the car, not on the highway. I also felt like I knew the driver, and was able to relate to him. He was actually very likable. I think the same goes for many people who don't have an intimate relationship with anyone who owns a car. I felt like I was in a relationship with someone who owned a car. The stories they told were realistic, and I felt like I could relate to at least a few of them. One of the best parts of this documentary was the way it went from person to person. I could tell that they were always at the right place at the right time, and you could actually feel it. It was very touching, and I was also moved by the whole ending of the documentary. It was a great way to end a documentary, and I recommend watching it.

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Janice V.

Finnish film-makers are on the cutting edge of innovation and at the same time have the great pleasure of sharing their cultural heritage with the world. The film "Kontakt" is an exceptional film in its own right, and deserves to be seen by as many people as possible. This movie was made by the same people who brought us the award winning "Kommunikation" (2000). "Kontakt" was a masterpiece of Finnish film-making, but it's "Kontakt" is nothing short of a masterpiece in its own right. The movie is directed by a young filmmaker named Martin Fjellstrom and it's written by Fjellstrom and writer Kari Showerman. The story is told in two parts, the first half of the movie is devoted to the development of the human personality, the second half is devoted to exploring the power of human emotion. This story is told by a motorcyclist named Mathias and by a music producer who's story is told by a member of the motorcycle club who's name is Hirvonen. Hirvonen's story is told in the first half of the movie, while Mathias's story is told in the second half. The main message of the film is to honor the gift that we have from the human race, that is to express ourselves in a form that is uniquely human. Through the use of music, the film makers are able to convey feelings that cannot be expressed through words alone. This film is an amazing and unique achievement. I would highly recommend it to anyone interested in film-making.

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Mildred M.

This is one of those documentaries that I enjoyed, but still feel it has one or two points missing. I'd like to focus on the acting, photography, and more. The editing and background music was effective, but the editing in some parts is terrible. I felt like I was watching a slideshow or slideshow-flick. The music in the background was good, but it did not match the dialog and the scenes. I felt like I was watching a slideshow of the opposite sex talking about their thoughts of having sex with each other. The sex scenes were interesting, but the dialogue was very boring and did not match the scenes. The scene where the mother is talking about sex was very good and intense. The director has a great grasp on the subject. He uses a lot of indirect shots, mostly the camera-work. He was able to get a lot of information out of this. The information was very important to this documentary. I felt like this was the best documentary I have seen this year. I will have to give this one more viewing and try to get into the mindset of the subjects. The director has done a great job, and I recommend it to anyone that wants to see a very interesting documentary.

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Juan Price

The best documentary I have ever seen, it is a MUST SEE. I watched this documentary for the first time about 2 years ago, and it kept me interested. The events that happened are so sad and sad that I was moved. I was at a wedding when I first saw this film. I couldn't help myself. I was crying. The memories were so vivid and memorable. It was so amazing to me. The film shows the tension between bikers and cars. It shows the wrongfully horrible lives of people involved with this deadly game. It shows the history of bikers and the culture. It shows the different ways to survive with this dangerous game. The film has a little bit of everything. It is a must see for everyone. It was funny and sad and it was so well made. I highly recommend this documentary.

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Vincent

One of the best movies I have seen in my entire life! This is a documentary film by Ivan Reitman about the making of the best video game movie ever made, The Sims. I will never forget the way he shows the video game universe with the use of the same realistic hand-held camera he uses for all his films, yet with this one he combines it with a video game world. What a combination! The credits and credits for this movie are up on the side of the building. It shows how some people couldn't get involved in the movie making process, but the people behind it deserve all the credit. When you see this movie you will understand why they did what they did. To me this is the best movie of the year, one that will take you on a ride of emotions that will make you feel everything that these guys went through. If you haven't seen it I urge you to see it, you won't regret it.

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Nancy

Moto-Corp and Moto-Adidas are two of the most influential companies in the world. The best part of the documentary is that they are not hiding the truth. Most of the stories are not about the "bigger picture" but about what happened to the employees of the company. One of the employees was a recent female graduate of the company, and she was a bit lonely and wanted to be on the road more often. The company hired her to help recruit other female employees, but she found a whole different world. She fell in love with a man and they got married. The company wanted to make up for the absence of female employees. They hired another woman to help them recruit and train female employees. She told them that the company was doing the same things and she would help them, but after a few months of training, they had a female employee who was the best in her field. So, what did they do? They used her to help the company find another female employee. And that was where the story ended. This is what was missing from the documentary.

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Crystal W.

I am a huge bike enthusiast and have been for over 30 years. I was skeptical of this documentary. I mean, how many of you are familiar with the stories of this group of people? But I was pleasantly surprised. They were fascinating. They are a classic example of a group that has come together to support their fellow riders. And it is the 'shopping trip' that really makes this film. It's not just about the bikes themselves. It's about the people who ride them and what they do for their lives. I think that the photography was the best part of this film. It showed the beauty of the Bay Area and its people, and the challenge of their lives. I love how they focused on the African American community and the road race in San Francisco. I also love how the documentary was very entertaining. I like the way they showed the different perspectives of the people involved. I also really liked the way they documented the people in their lives and how they all connected with one another. I also love how they were not just documenting what was going on in their lives. They were also documenting what is going on in their lives and what they wanted to do with their lives. There were many moments that really made me laugh out loud. I really loved how they showed how the families were caring for their loved ones and the people who are so close to them. They all had a common goal, and it was clear that they were all in this together. It was great to see how these people were so excited to have these bikes in their community. It was very touching and I think it was very well done. I definitely recommend this film. I think it's a great story that I would love to share with my friends and family.