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Spiral

Spiral is a movie starring Dieudonné and Richard Spencer. A look at the rise of anti-Semitism and assaults against Jews in present-day France.

Other Titles
The Blood of Others
Running Time
1 hours 19 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Laura Fairrie
Actors
Richard Spencer, Dieudonné
Country
UK
Year
2017
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 rise of anti-Semitism and assaults against Jews in present-day France.

Comments about documentary «Spiral» (25)

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Kevin Ortiz

This documentary contains the voice of the writer of the book "The Bullet in the Head", about the "hidden terror" of mental illness in children. We learn that sometimes the children do have some illness, and sometimes they don't. That's what's called a "hidden mental illness", the child does not know it's illness, and doctors are unable to recognize it. The parents of the children get involved in a whole array of issues including drug addiction and other issues, suicide attempts, bullying, and social isolation. There's also talk of the effects of the pornography industry on the children, but we also hear about the porn industry itself. The documentary is probably the most in-depth examination of the effects of child mental illness ever made. But the process of getting to the child's home is really disturbing. Kids are kept in cages, isolated from each other, from the outside world, and in general, from the rest of society. It's been shown in various documentaries about sexual abuse. We see the abuse of this little boy by his father, but also see what a great family and a good mom the mother is. But in a way, it's the system that has caused this tragedy, because the mother has not accepted the child as mentally ill and treated him like she did the girl. We see how the child was isolated from the rest of the family, and how she was exposed to the horrors of the porn industry. Some of the scenes are very disturbing, especially when the mother is actually lying about the girl's mental illness and the mother has the rest of the family put her in the cage. We hear the mother discuss what her daughter wants to do, and the other parents wonder why their children are getting involved with such an odd kind of activity. At one point, the mother says the child has a problem with eating, and the doctor is saying it's not worth the trouble. She responds by saying she's not going to keep our child quiet about something that's not her problem. The mother is also quite interested in the porn industry. She talks about the possible exposure to the pornography industry, and how the porn industry has affected her own daughter. We also learn that there have been other cases of children getting involved with the porn industry. We hear that there have been reports in the press, and the problem is getting more and more common. We also hear that the father and mother are becoming more and more attracted to the other children, and that they have had to lose custody of the daughter to another family. There are many other stories in this documentary. Many of the people who knew the child well speak about how much they loved her, and how the child could be a very good daughter. But at the same time, there are many who say the child has been taken advantage of by the parents, who have tried to keep the child quiet about her illness, and treated her badly. The psychiatrist is also talking about the child having to be "sanitized" before the parents and the family went to the dentist, and how this child will only have to suffer for the rest of her life, not suffering from the child, but suffering from the parents and the family. The mother is also getting involved in other problems, and her boyfriend is acting

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Frank

Watching this movie was like seeing one of those faded Polaroids that someone had taken, and it could have been one of the worst pictures I've ever taken, but it wasn't. It's a good movie that is worth watching. It was a long time ago, but this was my first Polaroid of my own making. At the time, I had just turned sixteen. I was still high off my first trip to Santa Fe, and the Polaroids were in my camera bag, and I couldn't believe how well I was doing in photography. I was going to college in the fall and had already set my sights on studying photochemistry. I thought that Polaroids were going to be my ticket out of high school and into a good photography school, but that was not the case. I spent a week at a photography school in Rhode Island, and I left high school and college behind me. I had my first and only internship in a mid-western plant lab, and had just gotten my first license as a commercial photographer in New Jersey. I knew that I would make good money with photography, but the idea that I would be making a lot of money in a short amount of time was too good to be true. But after I finished school, I moved to New York City. I began to work at a photography studio, and I graduated college in 1979, before the New York Times could print my name. A couple of years later, I moved to Los Angeles. I became a freelance photojournalist, and had been working on the Sunset Strip for many years. I worked with some of the photographers who were famous in my time, like Larry O'Brien. I had come to L.A. to be a photojournalist, and it was a good fit. I also became friends with other photographers like Roberto Ruble, and Erik Billing, who I later met on the Sunset Strip. My job at the Sunset Strip photojournalist shop eventually caught my eye, and it was in that store that I met Ted Alter. Ted was an ad man, and he had developed a new system that would help advertisers to get their message across, with no cost to the advertiser. He was one of the most intelligent and creative people I had ever met. I knew that I could be a photographer with his help, and so I applied to the College of the American West in Flagstaff, Arizona. The admissions staff at that school wanted to interview me, and I gave them an interview, and after their questions, I told them that I had come to Flagstaff for photography school, and they said, "OK, we'll take you." I was shocked when I got to Flagstaff, because I had never been to Flagstaff before, but I met with the people that worked for the college. They said, "Go check it out." I visited Flagstaff, and was surprised at how many people there were, and it was a really nice place. I had never been to Flagstaff, but when I got there, it was a very good place to be. I found out that the faculty were really proud of their student, and they had given him the opportunity to live in Flagstaff and travel the country, and photograph students

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Harold S.

I loved this documentary and love the way the director didn't shy away from showing the extreme violence of the war. The images of the death camps, the sleeping babies, the abuse of women, etc. were powerful and very well done. What I liked most though, is that he also didn't shy away from the children. The children are shown as the bottom of the human race, and they do what they need to do in order to survive, and that is quite sick. There's no reason why these children should die, and the film showed that. The camera also kept moving, and showed the children's extreme boredom with life, and the horror they experienced, and the horrible things they did to each other. The documentary was well done and I recommend it to anyone, especially if you have kids. This documentary was told through the eyes of a family, and it made the film quite powerful. I think it shows that although the war is a bit extreme, and there are some disgusting things going on, and the children suffer from it, it doesn't make the children the cause of the war. It's the US and the other nations that are responsible for the war. It also shows that the children are responsible for what they see and hear. In the end, it showed that the children were the cause of the war, not the war itself.

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Christian

Spiral is one of the most original films I have ever seen. It combines various documentaries, clips from popular movies and a lot of imagination and surprises. In the movie we see the different emotions the humans have when they are faced with a death threat, the emotions of their families, and of course, the emotions of the government. The movie is so interesting, in my opinion, because it tells us, in a very humorous way, how the humans react when faced with death threats. Even if they aren't the ones who actually have to die, we see their emotions and how their families react, even if the threats are imaginary. We can see how the people deal with their impending death, even if we never see them die in a real way. The movie is extremely informative and worth a watch.

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Henry Mitchell

This film is a good look at the thinking behind the death penalty. The film takes a look at the Supreme Court cases concerning capital punishment and how the issue came to be decided. But there are several significant and important points that are not well understood. This film is by no means a perfect film. There are some places that could have been better explained. A few times it was difficult to understand what the speaker was trying to say. However, this does not detract from the film's overall quality. The main point of the film is to illustrate why the death penalty was put to death. This should not be confused with an explanation of the arguments on both sides. The death penalty is put to death because it is done because it is the law of the land. In an ideal world, the death penalty would not be in place at all. The question was always going to be, if the death penalty is the law of the land, does it have to be done? This film has the answer. If you enjoy a film that looks at the right issues with the right answers, this is a film for you.

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Russell Castro

If you're looking for a very visceral and insightful look at a substance that we've all heard so much about, look no further. Despite the subject matter and the time it took to produce this, it is an extremely well-made film, one that hopefully we'll see more of in the future.

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Alan Fowler

This documentary was very well done, with plenty of footage and insights from leading scientists. It was well paced and quite informative. However, the filmmaker needed to better flesh out the stories more, as some of the information he brought up was extremely vague and confusing. While the filmmaker did an excellent job, his images seemed to be very small. I would have enjoyed a bit more detail on some of the scientists' research and theory. The movie had some of the most beautiful visuals I've seen in a long time. I would have liked to see more of some of the science behind the patterns. Overall, I really enjoyed this documentary, and would recommend it to anyone who loves nature and science. 8/10

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Joe Howard

I was very impressed by this film. The courage of these girls is remarkable. The project took quite some time to be shot. The girls did a fantastic job. The idea was brilliant. However, I found the acting very over the top. I think that the director needs to re-watch this project and re-learn the sensitivity of the sensitive film-makers. At some point, I hope they will feel the need to take time to re-learn the sensitivity of film-makers and re-evaluate their work. The structure of the film was very impressive. It tells us that the current global warming is not the cause of climate change, but is a consequence of human behavior. This is not a bad thing, but what we should do is take time to re-learn what is important in life, and to re-educate ourselves in the so-called importance of life. This film is a beautiful tribute to the courage of the girls who made it possible to tell their story to the world. The courage of the girls are a tribute to the women who really fight for our rights and freedoms. They did a really wonderful job. Thank you so much to them.

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Joseph

Surprisingly good documentary that focuses more on the government's and drug laws than actual facts, however it is still a good idea to learn about the world's current drug laws and the history of them. The film is a bit too long at 147 minutes but it is still well worth it. The fact that the US has laws and practices that differ from other countries is not hard to figure out but still interesting. Also the focus is on the drug laws and not the actual stories of the people involved. This makes the documentary as a whole more interesting and makes it even more memorable.

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Henry L.

This is a long documentary, and as such it is not an easy watch. This movie takes a close look at the mental and physical health of the Navajo people in the US. It is a great documentary, and while I am not an expert on this subject, it's about time that this information was made available. It shows the wide array of mental illnesses that affect the Navajo Nation and the western United States. It also gives an overview of the issues in mental health care and the severity of some of the conditions. The Navajo people are great and admirable, and I would like to see them treated as such. The documentary does have a somewhat controversial (or perhaps not so controversial) message about the medical care of the Navajo Nation. However, I believe that the message is very important and needs to be shared with people. As I watched this movie, I was struck with how well-educated, happy, and resilient the people in this documentary were. I hope that more can see this documentary. It is well-made, well-edited, and well-produced. And I was not disappointed.

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Adam Tucker

One of the best documentaries ever made, this is more than a documentary it is a musical. While it is hard to take the time to fully appreciate it, one will be left with a sense of music that transcends the material on the screen. It is not just an ordinary music video but a piece of art that has been crafted to convey the story of the piece. One of the most interesting aspects of this documentary is the fact that the musicians involved with the production have all had a personal experience with addiction and are speaking with the kind of candor that is rare for musicians. The extent of their struggles is explored in this film with a clear resolution of a former friend's addiction and the close friendship with a former mentor. The viewer will be left with the sense that this film has been done so well that I have become an addict myself. The documentary is very impressive and deserves the praise it is receiving. I do not see it as a film but a musical that speaks to every aspect of human nature and this is so true.

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Jack

The title of this feature film tells us that it's a film about how a man and his wife discover the true meaning of love. While the film certainly begins with the story of the couple's attempts to learn about their marriage, it will be the viewer's willingness to watch the film as a whole and actually think about what they are seeing, that will allow them to really grasp the gravity of the themes of this film. In addition, many viewers will find the themes of the film to be rather poignant, and most likely will find it will inspire them to make changes in their own lives. This film is based on a true story, but it is not the usual type of story that you might expect, though it is pretty close to that in terms of how it is told and presented. The writing for this film is outstanding, from the dialog and acting to the cinematography. At first the viewer may be a little confused and skeptical about what is going on, but as the story unfolds, they will be able to accept what is happening and understand the themes and feelings that are being conveyed. The film contains some of the best cinematography and editing that I have ever seen in a feature film. This film has been very well researched and researched. I highly recommend this film. If you have any interest in learning more about the real meaning of love, I highly recommend this film.

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Harry

This is a very good documentary about the global food crisis. I have been following the issue of food scarcity around the world for many years. The movie has some good footage of farmers in Asia and the Middle East. I was particularly impressed with the farmer in Bangladesh, who was able to grow his own crops in the 1970s. The best part of the film is when the farmer explains how he manages to get his seed money back to the U.S. (the seeds are expensive in the Middle East). I found the film to be very informative. The only problem I had with the film was the commentary from some of the people interviewed. Some of the people were simply saying their lines and seemed to not know what they were saying. I hope that the movie will be released on DVD and that more people will be able to see it. I think it is very important that more people see this film.

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Lawrence

You could make a good argument that the event of September 11th, 2001, was not merely a terrorist attack. It was an act of war. The United States, both in its military and in its intelligence branches, has tried to carry out a highly classified operation, Operation TALYPS, in which a massive number of high-level persons are subjected to some sort of electronic surveillance. Some of the information collected from these persons may be used to create a computerized network that, when implemented, would allow the United States to carry out some form of military operation. This information, a great deal of it, is highly classified, but it is available to anyone, at least to those with the right type of computer access. However, the information that this operation creates is also highly classified. Even the U.S. government refuses to release the actual content of the TALYPS operation, as they see it, because they believe it could endanger the lives of American citizens. It is interesting, then, that the intelligence community of the United States, in spite of their classified status, actually do manage to gather information that could potentially lead to an eventual military operation. The information is classified, but anyone with access to the computer, even by having their own computer with a personal computer, could theoretically obtain this information. This would put the United States in a very serious legal position. But this is not the first time that the United States has tried to carry out a secret operation. As far back as 1958, the United States decided to carry out a covert operation against the Soviet Union, called Operation PLATO. They chose the name PLATO, as it resembled an Argentine city in the early 1950's. Because of this name, the Soviets were not willing to accept an American attack, so they decided that the best course of action would be to create a secret network of electronic surveillance that would allow the United States to launch a series of attacks against the Soviet Union. Unfortunately, in 1960, an American intelligence analyst, William J. Donovan, attempted to steal a series of important messages from the Soviet Union. In doing so, Donovan became a man on the lam and was eventually captured by the Soviet KGB. The U.S. government kept the information that he had stolen, as it would likely have put the lives of innocent citizens at risk. A year later, Donovan was arrested and tried, but was found not guilty due to lack of evidence. The American government then decided that it would also attempt to carry out a secret operation against the Soviet Union. This was Operation APOLLO, and the U.S. government decided that the best way to carry out this operation would be to simply go public with the information about the Soviet Union's attempt to stop their network of electronic surveillance. It was decided that they would do this with Operation VERIZON. This operation was also successful. Despite being classified information, the details of this operation have been widely known. As a result, it was decided that a special task force be formed, consisting of a top-notch military and intelligence officer, Lieutenant Colonel Oliver North, and his team of computer scientists, to carry out this operation. At the same time, some of the top officials within the U.

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Harry B.

The story of the Spiral is a solid one, and if you watch it and consider that a good film, it's got a very strong point to make. The title is the most difficult to get around, but it does make it all the more potent, and shows what the film is about. Like most documentaries, the Spiral covers the different aspects of the idea of "spirals", the connections between them, and their origins. The idea is one that, no matter what you think about it, it is hard to shake. The first part of the film, at the beginning, is enough to keep you interested and engaged, and the first 20 minutes is enough to convey its vastness and depth. It's a simple story, but at the same time, it's not without its complexity. The first 20 minutes of the film is a story about spirals, but it's the 2nd half of the film that really makes it. The film really begins to add a little more to the picture, and shows us the origin of the idea. The connections between the various spirals are well explained, and the similarities between them are strong. The scenes that show the destruction of the spiral are also nicely put together. There are a couple of scenes that aren't explained in the film, but the explanations give them away. The first thing that is told is the origin of the idea. It's basically the story of some cosmic event that changes a whole region of the planet, and its implications. It's a little bit of a spoiler, but it's still enough to get the point across. The explanation is also the best part of the movie. The story does a great job of explaining the reasons for the spiral. The second thing that the film does is to give you an idea of how the spiral came into existence. The origin of the spiral is explained, but it isn't explained completely, which is a little bit of a problem. The second thing that is explained is the reason for the destruction of the spiral. The spiral was destroyed, but a portal was opened up to the other side of the galaxy. The other side of the galaxy is in danger of being destroyed, and it can only be saved by one who can survive the whole journey and can come back to Earth. The second part of the movie, at the end, explains the whole story, and it's all good. It's all good, and you don't need to think much to understand the whole story. The entire movie is in two parts, with two different motivations for the spiral, but they are both justified. Overall, I really enjoyed this movie. It's a solid documentary and I recommend it to anyone. There are so many great moments in this movie, that I'm surprised that this one isn't mentioned in the top 250. It's great. It's a classic. 8/10

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Gregory Roberts

This is a great documentary about the homeless, and what they are, how they got there, and what it's like. This documentary is great, because you can feel the pain of the homeless, you can feel the desperation they are feeling, and the love they have for each other. So many people have said that this documentary is not very good, but I think it's not bad. It's good, because I know a lot of people who are homeless, and they tell you the truth about this subject, so this documentary is not bad at all. It has a great amount of facts about homelessness, like people in other countries, and it's just great. So I give this a 8/10. It's a great documentary.

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Kathryn

Cynthia Meriwether (played by the film's star, Belinda Vanni) comes from a poor family and never saw her family's house. From there, she was able to save up money to live in a house in the middle of nowhere. When she moved in, she found a bunch of broken windows, a brick wall, and a huge hole in the ceiling. From there, she was able to make a whole house out of it, with a barn, a shelter for animals, a house with all sorts of cool features, and a big studio, for filming her movies. In the end, she becomes the world's richest woman in her lifetime. In the film, Cynthia's stories of survival are the film's most interesting parts. She tells the stories of some of the people that she met through the years, who went on to become her greatest benefactors. There are some very sad parts of her life, where she was able to help someone in need, because she had a lot of compassion for her animals. As we see her stories, we learn about how she has always been a hard working woman, and how she eventually had to face the fact that she was broke, and had no way to help her animals. At the end, we learn that she didn't have enough money to give away, so she had to choose between taking care of animals, and paying for a new home. She chose the latter, and even went out and found some money to help. One of the things that surprised me the most, was that Cynthia had no education. I guess she's been so successful, that she didn't want to be a teacher. She didn't know how to take care of animals, because she didn't want to be a "crackhead" and talk trash about it. In my opinion, this is a great film, and it does a very good job at showing how hard life was for her. I would recommend this to anybody who is interested in an interesting life story. 8/10

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Maria W.

I really enjoyed this documentary. The filmmaker had a good eye for capturing the power of cinema. In particular, he gave me the impression of the kind of film he would make if he could only make a movie about the cultural and social meanings that a film can bring to others. He had an eye for capturing those cultural and social meanings in a way that would show us both sides of what people often take for granted. Many people are surprised to learn that those who choose to make movies are the ones who bring those cultural and social meanings to life, so the director captures those meanings in his own film. He was also very good at showing the importance of "speaking truth to power," as he did in his earlier documentary about the U.S. Postal Service. He clearly understands the importance of speaking out against an unjust society and what it can do to people, whether they agree with the things the filmmaker says or not. In a way, he wasn't afraid to go against the grain and his point was pretty clear. I hope this film is used to expose other filmmakers, because it's a good resource for those who are interested in film. I'd recommend it to anyone, not just film students. I think it's well worth seeing.

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Jacob

The history of the Spiral. This is a documentary about the late 60's and early 70's where 'green' or 'eco friendly' design was just 'green' for the time. Also, in this time period, people wore long hair and began to use ornaments, such as butterflies and paintbrushes. This was a time when people, including artists, were a bit more free in their expressive expression. And in fact, people are still expressing themselves today, just more freely and less conservative. And I believe that this time period is what is called 'the Golden Age' of graphic design. So, we have the design guru known as John Kaniros, who was a pioneer in this area. But we have a lot of discussion from different artists about what constitutes graphic design. What constitutes design? How do you define it? How do you define 'design'? And this is what this documentary is about. It's a look at what it means to design graphic design, and what the reason is behind that. And there are a lot of different styles and types of graphic design. This is an interesting documentary, but it also has a lot of different subject matter. It is a look at design and graphic design, and the backgrounds of this documentary are from artists like Andy Warhol, Andy Warhol, Donald Judd, and Norman Rockwell, and they all spoke about what graphic design is and what it means to design and design. So, I believe that this documentary is important, and there are several interviews from graphic designers who have written and created graphic design, including Ralph Steadman, Tangerine Dream, and many more. So, if you like graphic design or graphic design, or if you're into graphic design or graphic design, you'll probably want to watch this documentary. But I think it's also good to know more about what the design of graphic design is and why graphic design is so important, because it may help you understand graphic design better.

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Diana S.

I really enjoyed the film and was much drawn in to its on-going narrative. Despite its slow start, it caught my attention and kept me interested until the final act. The film includes many documentary segments that add to the film's power and I appreciate the careful attention to detail on various subjects. This film reminds me of The Thin Blue Line, another film about the Vietnam War. I would recommend this film to all people interested in the Vietnam War.

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Cheryl

After a decade in the trenches, one can't help but wonder what might happen to Tom and Ed the second time around. Perhaps there will be a "Big Tom" emerge from his "nap" to join the "Little Ed" in a little show that pays homage to a truly lost era of TV, where the creative forces were no longer constrained by the commercial mainstream, or the evil of censorship. The creative free-for-all would surely happen again. But until then, the real heart of TV is hidden behind the walls of HBO and AMC, where the viewer can take his or her mind of this "slack" world, where we have lost a creative force and wonder about what it will be like when the creative force returns. The magic of "Big Tom" would have to be an everlasting, bygone power. But that is another story.

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Jeremy

This documentary has one of the best looking photos I've ever seen. It shows a little of the industrial side of the town, but the majority of it is taken up by the US Army. The town is very isolated, with no roads or utilities. The main power plant in town is in a big complex, and not much traffic. This was not a very good photo opportunity, but it was very clear what was going on in the town. The town is the location of the US Army's 'Ranger Training Course'. The soldiers in this training course were used as guinea pigs in a military experiment to prove the effectiveness of the new jet fighter. The military wanted to use the experiment to test the limits of the jet fighter and determine if it could take off and land on an aircraft carrier. They were also trying to determine how much damage the jet fighter could take on a carrier. I have to say, this movie was very interesting. It gave a very good look at what the US Army did to the town. I also liked the part where they went into the village and they found a large number of unexploded shells. I've never seen this before, but it was very interesting. Overall, this movie was very good. I give it an 8/10.

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Benjamin

This is a documentary about the last two days of the Japan-Somali war. It is a moving look at the lives of the Japanese and the Somalis living there. It is also a look at what is happening in the United States in the face of this event. In the end, the film shows the two countries working together in the future. The film shows a lot of footage, and at the end, it is a really powerful piece of work.

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Thomas

Well I'm in the mood for a documentary so I decided to watch this. I had never heard of this movie before and decided to give it a chance. I have to say it was a pretty good movie. I would say it is a "must see" if you like documentaries and other movies. I think I watched it at least 15 times and I've seen it a few times more since. I would definitely recommend it to anyone who likes documentaries. It was definitely worth the time and money.

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Virginia S.

This documentary shows the extraordinary lives of the four men who created the "Twin Towers", and the impact that the buildings have had on their families. They are all very inspiring people, and their stories are fascinating. It is a very touching story, and the movie ends with a personal message for all of us, and a message for the world. I was very touched by the stories of the people in the towers, and it is a very uplifting movie. It is not an easy film to watch, but it is an important one, and I recommend it.