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Ghost Fleet

Ghost Fleet is a movie starring Tun Lin and Patima Tungpuchayakul. Ghost Fleet follows a small group of activists who risk their lives on remote Indonesian islands to find justice and freedom for the enslaved fishermen who feed the...

Other Titles
Esclavos de la pesca
Running Time
1 hours 30 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Shannon Service, Jeffrey Waldron
Actors
Patima Tungpuchayakul, Tun Lin
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

Ghost Fleet follows a small group of activists who risk their lives on remote Indonesian islands to find justice and freedom for the enslaved fishermen who feed the world's insatiable appetite for seafood. Bangkok-based Patima Tungpuchayakul, a Thai abolitionist, has committed her life to helping these "lost" men return home. Facing illness, death threats, corruption, and complacency, Patima's fearless determination for justice inspires her nation and the world.

Comments about documentary «Ghost Fleet» (20)

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Gregory K.

This is not a documentary, it is a piece of history. It was the first of its kind. It is a great documentary that not only tells the story of "Lincoln's" dream but it also shows the real Lincoln. It is clear to me that this is an important part of Lincoln's life and he made it. The film does a great job of portraying the evolution of Lincoln. You have to see the movie to understand that the real Lincoln had a lot of passion for the country. The movie tells how the Republican Party was founded. It tells the stories of many men who helped to make Lincoln's dream come true. In this movie you get to see real footage of what Lincoln was doing and what he did. You see real footage of Lincoln making speeches, your seeing the speech where he announced the Gettysburg Address. It also shows footage of the Civil War and how Lincoln was a strong supporter of the Union cause. You see the real speeches where he was assassinated and the real footage of the assassination of John Wilkes Booth. You also see footage of his actions and his actions are also in this movie. It is also great to see Lincoln's actual age. He was almost 70 when he died. It is a great movie to see. This is a movie that needs to be seen to be understood. I would not recommend that you watch it unless you have already seen the movie and want to see it again. The movie is very entertaining. If you have never seen it you will like it. If you have seen the movie you will like it.

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Jordan C.

I am the type of person who will always have an opinion, and that is the key to liking documentaries. The reason for my dislike of this film is the content. The film, a collaboration between ABC and the Hollywood Reporter, paints a really broad brush on a subject which is really hard to tell one side of the story without saying it all. The director tries to make a compelling case for the war on terror and its terrible impact on Americans, and that's the film's only real purpose. Unfortunately, the opinions of the people interviewed in the film make a mockery of that case. People who have seen the movie say that there was too much reporting and not enough of a story. There are no mistakes in this movie, it is pure propaganda, and we should all remember that. I cannot recommend this film to anyone, even to people who like to think. I hope it was a deliberate attempt by ABC to set up the war on terror, and I hope it will only fuel the debate. The film's success is based on its being polarizing, and people should not have to fight over a story. The great works of film and film criticism should have a place in the debate.

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Craig B.

The reason the real life ships of the British Navy are better than these fictional ones is because they have greater depth of knowledge and experience in naval warfare. Of course it's easy to compare ships of the line. But what makes it different is the way they operate and the strength of their culture. These fictional ships have very limited options and in some ways they are inferior to the real ones. I think this film is a good introduction to the British Navy. I would say it's the best documentary on the British Navy I've seen. The use of black and white for the characters, especially with the destroyer HMS Illustrious is very effective. The only other British documentary that I've seen that I liked was Titanic: The War That Defined the Modern World. It was a far better documentary on the Titanic than this one is.

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Joshua B.

Great documentary on our Grand Fleet. It is fascinating to watch and learn about the ship, its passengers and its journey. The crew and members of the ship talk about their experiences and the ship itself. I really enjoyed watching this film. It is informative and interesting. I think it is a great film. It gives an accurate account of our Grand Fleet. The story of how the United States Navy and the United States Air Force learned how to fly and support one another in an area of such need. I think it is an important film to educate about the U.S. Navy and the United States Air Force. The films that this documentary covers were great. They had a great cast and the director did a great job. I recommend this film to all my friends and family. It is a great film for all ages.

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Frank Estrada

I had never heard of the film until I saw it and I found it really interesting. I had heard about the story but didn't know what it was about. The movie was very well made and I really enjoyed it. The cinematography was very well done and the use of the sound was very impressive. The story was extremely well done and I was surprised at how realistic the violence was. There were a few things in the movie that really annoyed me. For example, there was one part of the movie where a small child was filmed by a camera during a battle and the boy was killed, the footage was taken and then released and it showed the mother of the child crying over the child's death. The mother was shown walking around her dead son's body and she was shown with no emotions whatsoever. I felt that the director was showing the mother as the victim of the man who shot her child, not showing the mother who actually did the shooting and was shot by him, or the mother who was shown crying after the shooting of her child. The movie was very well done and I highly recommend it.

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Janet

As a UK veteran, this was the only film I have ever seen about the Sea Org. I found it to be very fascinating to watch, and I loved the way it was filmed. If you are a member of the Sea Org, and have been to the Org for a number of years, and you have ever been in the laundry room of the Org, you will also love this film. I found myself laughing a lot, and I found it very intriguing. I would recommend it to anyone, and even those who don't go to the Org, it's still a very interesting film.

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Donald Garcia

All I can say is that this documentary is the greatest thing I've seen in a long time. It's not "great" by any means, but it's entertaining, heartfelt and everything a good documentary should be. The movie is a combination of several films: the extraordinary documentary about the life and death of the doomed German pilot U-239 and his flight crew, the suspenseful and tense documentary about the death of the captain of the doomed Polish U-boat, the gritty and poignant documentary about the life of the late Swedish submarine commander, the tragic and depressing documentary about the life and death of the German submarine commander, and the German submarine commander himself. It is a good mix of documentaries that really had nothing to do with each other, but it's still a really good and touching film. Even though the majority of the film is about the lives of the U-boat crew and their families, there's a lot of great footage of the battleship U-155, the submarines U-253 and U-530 and of the U-boat U-252. It is a really awesome and amazing documentary.

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Laura

Being a highly religious person myself, I enjoyed the documentary. It was informative and well-filmed, but at the end of the film, I had to put it aside and ponder what the heck it was all about. A "no religion" movie, it had some great ideas, but it didn't make a lot of sense. As for the message it was trying to get across, I just didn't understand it. This is an opinion of a religious person. Not everyone's opinion. But I thought it was poorly executed. Maybe it was just me, or maybe it was the tone of the film. I guess I just expected a little more from the movie. I was happy with the movie, but it wasn't what I was expecting.

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Deborah Walker

A short documentary on how the Pirate Party in Great Britain came about and what it was about, its foundations, its history and its current affairs. This film follows the story of how they came about and how it all went wrong. And how it is now in the hands of the Pirate Party of Britain. Great subject matter, great topics, and great quality. A must see for any political party, government, activist, supporter or just curious viewer.

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Shirley James

There's no question that "American Sniper" was an excellent film. However, it's also clear that "American Sniper" was an excellent film. That's because it really had nothing to do with Clint Eastwood's life, but more with the lives of other people. So when the movie ends and you come out of the theatre with a whole new perspective on Clint Eastwood, you know it was well done. Clint Eastwood was a legend in American history and that legacy is something that needs to be preserved. That's why I love the movie "American Sniper" and that's why I think "American Sniper" deserves 8 stars. As a person who lived in the United States for the last 26 years, I've seen the United States in a lot of ways. And "American Sniper" is just another example of how it's a wonderful place to live and how many wonderful things are happening in it. The United States is a country that has a history that is based on free enterprise, individualism and a strong, positive influence on the world. It's something I learned about when I was in high school, and it's something I learned about today. I think the movie is showing the side of the United States that I think is being lost to us because of the way American media (broadcast and cable) works. It's really interesting to see how they try to shape our minds. Movies like "American Sniper" are trying to show the reality of the United States. People's eyes are being manipulated by the media and the public in a negative way. The United States is more like a powerful dictator and that's something that needs to be changed. This is something that's not being discussed by the media and I think it's a great example of the way they're trying to control the public opinion. It's really a scary thought to think that the media is the way it is. The movie also shows us the side of the United States that it hasn't really seen before. When we see a group of soldiers fighting off Taliban militants, we don't really know what's going on. The whole war on terrorism is a pretty common topic that's been talked about since 2001. So it's not that big a deal when we see our soldiers being shot and killed and being taken prisoner. It's not that big a deal when we see American soldiers taking on the Taliban. It's a big deal when we see American soldiers taking on the Taliban. It's a great movie. It's also a good movie for people who don't know much about the United States. There are scenes in the movie that are really interesting, and it's not just from the point of view of the people in the movie. I would recommend it to anyone who doesn't know much about the United States. It's a movie that you should definitely watch, but it's also a movie that you should definitely see once.

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Christina B.

The movie itself is great. The story is intriguing and the soundtrack is amazing. However, I think that it is very hard to watch the movie. The crew members speak in very simplistic way, without any explanation, and also that their life is quite boring. The film makers are not allowing you to feel the intense emotion that the characters are experiencing. I am just waiting for the next "Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl" movie, and I think that "The Dead Years" is the best film of them all. I will say that the soundtrack is excellent.

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Evelyn Herrera

I just watched this movie on TV. The story is good, as a matter of fact. I did not know what to expect, because of the propaganda like headlines and messages. But when I saw the beginning, I realized that it is not about Israel. The "heroes" were actually the Israelis who attacked a Soviet ship. The world is not ready for this story. It has its own problems and its own myths, so the film maker put it in a rather weak way. Maybe he wanted to show that the whole world is full of lies, and he used the Soviet ships, which had been destroyed by the Americans. This is not really "journalistic" but not really "impartial". The movie makers have just made another propaganda movie, the old "Zionism vs. Anti-Semitism". I understand the need for the anti-semites to make a movie, but they should try to get closer to the truth. The story of the video is the truth, and this is what people want to see. A movie like this is a success if it really does not tell you a lie.

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Randy Silva

A fascinating and well-documented film. It examines the ethics of naval medicine and combat trauma, both of which are intricately interwoven into the actual physical experiences of the men who fought in WWII. This film is a well-made, professionally-edited and well-performed piece. While it is a good movie, there are a few flaws. The initial interview with Lt. Col. Jay Gaughran is a bit long and some of the sub-titles are a bit hard to read. The documentary is almost entirely in German with subtitles to assist the translator. It is a bit hard to follow at times because of the choice of translation, but the translation is not bad and is adequate for most of the time. The editing is a bit shaky. It is a bit slow at times but is an entertaining movie. It is also important to remember that most of the men in the film were men of honor. The war never happened and most of the men would have probably been ashamed to admit they were involved in it. There is no way anyone could make it out of that situation alive. It was just not done. The documentary is clearly not a movie but rather a personal account of the lives of these men. The documentary does not address the politics of the war, but it does make some observations about how the Nazi's and the Japanese felt about the war and the moral issues involved. The film should be seen by anyone who is interested in the human aspects of war. It is not a movie to entertain. It is an exploration of a subject that was an integral part of the war in a very real way. It is important to remember that it was just a war and not a great moral crusade.

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Ashley

A bit of a downer on a Saturday night, but a great documentary. The filmmakers really wanted to make a movie about the story of the original U.S. Navy Seals. They have done a great job on this one. You get to see a bit of the recruiting process. You get to hear the stories of the Seals from their perspective, from the first Seals, through the status of the program in the mid-80's to today. The film does an excellent job at explaining the culture of the SEALs. We see a bit of a history of the SEALs, from the early days of the military through the Iraq war. You also get to hear the stories of some of the other people involved in the recruiting process, from the young guys who have been in the program, to the families of the old guys. They really did a great job with this film. It's a great documentary on how the program was put together, and what the lives of the men involved in the program was like. This is a good documentary to watch. It is one of the better documentaries I've seen about the original SEALs, and is well worth a watch.

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David N.

It seems to be one of those documentaries that have a really good idea but the execution of it is far from perfect. This documentary does a good job at explaining what it's trying to achieve and what it's all about. I did like the fact that it looked into the mentality of the Navy and what it's trying to achieve. It was also interesting to see the training and how much more difficult it was for the Navy to train a ship to fight than it was for the US Navy to train a destroyer to fight in the Pacific. I also liked the fact that it didn't take too much time to explain how the Navy was trying to train a ship to fight, compared to how long it took for the US Navy to train a destroyer to fight in the Pacific. This documentary was pretty accurate and informative. The writing was done well and the style was professional. Overall I'd give it an 8/10.

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Emma

A relatively short documentary on the most famous ship of its kind, the flying ROTC "Screaming Eagles". It chronicles how it came to be built in Texas, how the term "raider" was created, and how the flying ROTC "Screaming Eagles" became the most important ship of its kind in its time. It also chronicles how the Army planned to destroy the ship, but was derailed by the Navy, who wanted to save it. For the most part, the documentary has been edited and presented with a sort of zany tone, especially in the history sections, where it doesn't really focus on the historical details of the building of the ship. However, the documentary does run a bit long at 1.5 hours, and I think it would have been better to have it run shorter, as there are some interesting facts that would have been better told without the long exposition of historical background. Overall, the film is well worth watching, and should be viewed by anyone who is interested in the history of this unique ship, the ROTC, and how it came to be. I think it's worth checking out, but not as a "must see".

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Brian J.

It's been several years since I saw this movie, but I still remember some of the images in it. There was one particular scene where a group of sailors in a submarine were finding a sign from the South Pacific, which said "in the wake of battle." There is a lot of information on the Internet about this film, and I was curious to find out more about this film. So I looked it up on IMDb and read the credits. It was written and directed by Jim Jarmusch. I have to admit, I've never heard of him, but I am sure I'll see some of his films soon. After seeing the film, I think he's probably one of the best American directors. I have seen a few movies from him and some from Tom Hanks. He's not the typical Hollywood star, but he's a great director and he certainly knows how to make a good movie. I think his best films are the ones where he has a script that's full of tension and suspense, and it's the characters he has to lead. I hope to see more of him in the future. I would recommend this movie to people who are fans of Jim Jarmusch. The film is a very good example of how to make a good movie. I don't think it's his best movie, but it's still a great movie. 9/10

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Daniel G.

One of the greatest of all James Bond films is not only one of the best ever made, but one of the best ever made in any movie genre. One of the biggest reasons for this is because of the great pacing and the brilliant action sequences that were directed by veteran and future 007 director Roger Moore. The style of this movie is absolutely perfect. The cinematography and locations are as close to the real locations as possible, and I was incredibly impressed with this. The action scenes are just stunning, from the sword fights, to the guns, to the explosions. The score for this movie is also excellent. It's not just another big action movie score, it's an incredibly complex and epic score that is also absolutely perfect for the mood of the film. The soundtrack also features some of the best work in the history of the Bond films, with tracks such as Die Another Day, and The Man With The Golden Gun. It really is a masterclass of sound design and editing that is truly deserving of the masterclass that this movie has received. It's the most perfect Bond movie of all time. One of the best films ever made. Roger Moore is still the best Bond. The best 007 movie ever made. And this is the best Bond movie ever made. Ten out of ten.

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Olivia Ramos

This is a pretty interesting documentary. For the most part it's pretty light on details, but there is a lot to get into. It is not, by any means, a must-see documentary. It is a good primer on some of the political problems with the Israeli military and their treatment of Palestinian civilians. It's also a fairly honest look at the military, particularly their equipment, and the tactics they use. But it does not examine the actual ethics of the occupation, and it's difficult to compare the treatment of Palestinians and Israeli civilians in a way that doesn't exaggerate or trivialize the situation. It is more of a lesson in how military equipment is used. It's not a slam-dunk, but it is a good and well-done look at a subject that has garnered a lot of attention and controversy.

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Cynthia

I loved this documentary, it is incredibly well researched and tells the story of a well known ship that was actually sold to the Chinese. The first thing you will notice is the way it is filmed. You are treated to 2 different versions of the same film. This is intentional to make you understand the different opinions of the film, not to try to tell you how good the film is. The second thing you will notice is the format of the documentary. This is where you find out the personalities of the people involved and the importance they had on the film. The documentary is shot in a way that allows you to have a wide angle view, which is a great way to tell the story. This is also what makes the film so good because you are able to focus on what you want to see. If you don't like long documentaries, I can recommend you skipping this one. It is a very well made documentary and gives you all the information you need to make up your own opinion.