فيلم Love, Antosha

Love, Antosha

Love, Antosha is a movie starring Anton Yelchin, J.J. Abrams, and Sofia Boutella. A portrait of the extraordinary life and career of actor Anton Yelchin.

Other Titles
Con Amor, Antosha, Całuję, Antosza
Running Time
1 hours 32 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Music, Documentary, Biography
Director
Garret Price
Actors
Nicolas Cage, J.J. Abrams, Anton Yelchin, Sofia Boutella
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 portrait of the extraordinary life and career of actor Anton Yelchin.

Comments about music «Love, Antosha» (10)

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Jesse

After watching the documentary, I have to say it's a good one, and I really appreciate that the filmmakers chose to stay away from the usual narrative and gave it a unique perspective. The documentary was made on the basis of interviews with musicians and other performers in the group, and some of the musicians in the documentary seemed to be embarrassed that they were featured in the film. In the end, I think it's a good documentary that will help us to appreciate the music that was so important to the time and place. I also think that the interviews were very good and most of them were very interesting and it would be great to hear more about the musician and the other people in the group.

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Kyle

Although I would never consider myself a fan of Arcade Fire, I was interested to see this documentary, and found it very interesting. I have a love of music and the music scene, and was interested in the history of music in America. This documentary made me appreciate how great the music was in the 1970's, and how great it was in the 1980's. The music is great, the documentary is great. I recommend this documentary to anyone interested in music. I can't wait to see it again.

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Arthur Medina

This documentary is a must for fans of KISS. The movie shows the lives of the members of KISS, who are largely considered one of the greatest rock bands of all time. The documentary does not focus on the history of KISS, but rather the band itself. There is no mention of the music, nor is there any mention of the music of the other bands in the band. The band members are interviewed about their lives and their passions. The only real interview is with Brian Johnson, who speaks about his time in the band. The interviews are really funny and it is a great documentary. Fans of the band will find this film interesting.

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Kimberly

A great film about music. This film covers a huge range of music styles, from classical to rock. It covers the whole spectrum, from classical music, to pop, to punk, to jazz, to rock and roll, to hip-hop, to classical. There is so much music in this film, that it will make you laugh and cry. Some of the music is so surreal, that it will have you in tears. It is truly an amazing film. I can't recommend this film enough, you will not be disappointed.

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Matthew Wood

The story of this documentary is great. A guy that has worked as a band member in the music industry, has a heart of gold and just wants to help out his friends and family. The film is informative, but not overly informative. It's a little bit hard to follow sometimes. The main reason for the lack of clarity is the music. I understand that the documentary was shot in Chicago, but I felt that the music was a little bit underwhelming. I felt like the music was very underwhelming and not well organized. I understand that the music in this documentary was very well organized, but I think that the music could have been more in depth and focused more on the band members. Also, the music seemed to be a little bit over the top sometimes. The music is very important in this documentary, but I feel that it wasn't as well-organized as the music. Overall, I think that the documentary is a great documentary for music fans. It's not a documentary for everyone, but it's a great documentary for music fans. It's not one of my favorite documentaries, but it's definitely one of my favorite documentaries. 7/10

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Maria Alvarez

At a time when the subject of marijuana is coming up in the media, it's great to see a documentary that doesn't give you the message that's already been fed to you. At the same time, it's a very nice documentary to watch, but it is a bit hard to understand what the documentary is trying to say. We're not told anything new or exciting about the marijuana industry, and it's a bit like watching a documentary about a radio station that's trying to tell us that the radio station is a success. It's not that the documentary is boring, but the message isn't delivered in a convincing way. I think the message that it's trying to deliver is that marijuana should be legalized, and it's not that it's bad for the people who use it. That's it. It's a bit of a letdown, and it's a bit of a disappointment to see that this documentary is not that interesting or informative. It's a good documentary to watch, but it's not that good.

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Aaron B.

I have been a huge fan of Bono's for years. I saw this documentary a few days ago and was totally blown away. This documentary really hits home on how much he means to so many people. Bono has a very special way of bringing people together and shows that the true power of music is within. The music itself is something that people are not really aware of. He is able to use the music to bring people together. It is a very inspirational and heartfelt documentary. It was really nice to see the real life of the real people that Bono met. I highly recommend this documentary to anyone who is a fan of Bono.

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Joe P.

I would like to say this is a great documentary about the history of classical music. There is a lot of detail in the movie, which is great, as I love music. But it is a little slow at times, and the documentary has a very sad tone to it. The movie does not have the same feeling of intimacy of documentaries about rock and roll, for example. It is not a bad movie, but it is not the same as the ones I have seen. There is a lot of talent in this movie, but it is not quite the same. It is not one of the best documentaries I have seen. I rate it 7/10.

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Judy

I had the good fortune to attend a screening of "Antosha" at the Amsterdam Film Festival. I was able to watch it in a large, multi-screened theater with a lot of people in attendance. In this screening, the film was a special special edition that had a special feature with a new interview with director Antosha, who was present at the screening. I found it to be very informative and fascinating. The film was very entertaining, and I think that it was a very good idea to use the interview with the director to start the film. It was very informative, and it really helped to start the film. The film was also very well done, and I was really impressed with the production values. I think that it was an excellent film, and I recommend it to anyone who is interested in the subject.

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Judy

I saw the documentary "Antosha" (or "Antosha" in the USA) at the London Film Festival. It's a beautifully produced, engrossing and thought provoking documentary about the life and work of a Ukrainian-born composer, who was born in Lithuania and grew up in Ukraine, and who went to the USA in the late 60's. The documentary takes us on a journey through the life of Antoni Gaudi and his life and music. It is full of music, of music, of music. The documentary is also very inspiring, as it shows how music is important in Antoni's life and how important music is in his life. There are some really moving parts in the documentary, such as Antoni's experience of the Warsaw Uprising, and his experiences with the German soldiers in World War II. But the best part of the documentary is when we see the man himself, Antoni Gaudi. He's an extraordinary, inspiring and interesting person, and he's a very likable, well-spoken and likable person. This documentary is worth seeing, even if you're not a fan of Antoni Gaudi.