فيلم Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché

Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché

Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché is a movie starring Alice Guy, Richard Abel, and Marc Abraham. Pamela B. Green's energetic film about pioneer filmmaker Alice Guy-Blaché is both a tribute and a detective story,...

Other Titles
Sé natural: la historia no explicada de Alice Guy-Blaché, Be Natural: A História não Contada da Primeira Cineasta do Mundo, Ensimmäinen nainen: Alice Guy-Blaché, Bądź sobą, czyli nieopowiedziana historia Alice Guy-Blaché, Be Natural, l'histoire inédite d'Alice Guy-Blaché
Running Time
1 hours 43 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Pamela B. Green
Writer
Pamela B. Green, Joan Simon
Actors
Stephanie Allain, Alice Guy, Marc Abraham, Richard Abel
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

Pamela B. Green's energetic film about pioneer filmmaker Alice Guy-Blaché is both a tribute and a detective story, tracing the circumstances by which this extraordinary artist faded from memory and the path toward her reclamation.

Comments about documentary «Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché» (15)

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Patrick W.

Alice Guy-Blaché (Cher) is a legendary Hungarian pianist and singer who died in 1991. She was buried in a Jewish cemetery in Budapest, but her body was not exhumed and buried in a cemetery in nearby Sopot, in what is now Hungary. The story of Alice Guy-Blaché is a fascinating one. The film, "Alice Guy-Blaché: Untold Story", tells the story of how she was buried in Sopot and how it was used to bury her. The film was made in 1997, but the story is true. This documentary is an excellent resource for anyone who is interested in the history of Alice Guy-Blaché.

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Randy H.

The film is the story of Alice Guy-Blaché, an American woman who died of natural causes. In the documentary, the woman's brother talks about her as if she was still alive. It's not until a few years later that the film starts to tell us more about her. As the film goes on, we learn that the woman was a practicing Catholic, a strong Catholic, and a very good mother. The film is very well done, and I recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the life of Alice Guy-Blaché.

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Amber G.

This is a very interesting documentary about the late Alice Guy-Blaché. This woman was a pioneer in the field of women's suffrage in the US. She was an important voice for women in the US, and a pioneer in her field. She was a pioneer because she was the first woman to use the media to advocate for women's rights. The documentary is about her life, her struggles, her successes and her failures. There is a lot of information about her life, her career, her work, her family, her friendships, her beliefs, and her problems. The documentary is very interesting because it gives you an in-depth look at a woman who was a pioneer in her field. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in women's rights, women's history, women's issues, or just women in general.

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Jessica M.

I went to see this film because I was told that it was good and I'm glad that I went. It's a great documentary about Alice Guy-Blaché. I didn't know much about her, but I've heard a lot about her, so I was curious about what she was like. And it's very interesting. I learned about her struggle to find her voice and how she dealt with her deafness. And I learned a lot about her and her life. It's very interesting. I hope that people see this film. It's very good.

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Deborah

I really liked this documentary. It's a very interesting look at the life of Alice Guy-Blaché, who was an important figure in the Canadian theatre. The film starts off with her performing in "Les Miserables", and ends with her tragically dying in a car accident. The film does a great job of exploring her life, and it's a good look at her career. The director is very interested in the musical theatre world, and the film focuses a lot on the shows she performed. It's a very interesting look at the way theatre is played, and how it's done. I also really liked the interviews with the cast and crew, who really give a good insight into the world of theatre. I think the film is a good look at the life of Alice Guy-Blaché.

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Dorothy Chapman

One of the most successful British actresses of the 20th century, Alice Guy-Blaché was born in England and came to Hollywood in the early 1950s. She became an instant success, largely thanks to her looks. She was a natural at portraying the moody and rather gruff women who worked in the film industry. She also became a major figure in the women's liberation movement, becoming an advocate for the rights of women and minorities. Alice also had a habit of biting her nails. And she was an excellent actress. So naturally, she was perfect for this documentary. She was interviewed by the filmmakers, and they used her voice over to tell the story of her life. They also interviewed her fans, who were mostly women. The documentary was very interesting and well-done. It was also very touching and informative. But I found the film to be a bit long and dull. It would have been better if they had edited the film down to one hour and a half. It was very much a biopic, and that would have made it a much better film.

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Vincent R.

I think this movie has great potential. It has a strong documentary feel to it. The content is well done, but it has some flaws. First, the documentary style is clunky at times. It seems like they are just adding a bunch of random bits to the movie without any rhyme or reason. Second, I found the movie to be a bit slow. There were a lot of points in the movie that could have been better explained. Third, the movie seemed to lack focus. The film just felt unfocused at times. I would recommend this movie for people who are interested in the Alice Guy-Blaché case. It has great potential and I hope to see more documentaries about Alice Guy-Blaché.

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Tammy F.

The movie has a nice pace and it moves along nicely. It's not a documentary as some have been saying, it's more like a series of interviews with Alice Guy-Blaché. The director is mainly interested in Alice's life and she was a very talented pianist. The interviews are done with her daughter and the daughter's husband and they are all very good. Alice was very polite and seemed very comfortable in her own skin. The most interesting thing about the interviews is that they are all very detailed and it's not like they just talk about Alice's life. There's a lot of interesting stuff about her father and her childhood. They show some footage of her childhood and her mother and it's very interesting. I really liked that the director was very interested in the interviews. There's a lot of great things in the interviews. I was very impressed by this documentary. I think it's worth watching.

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Lawrence

This documentary is a good and interesting look at the life and career of Alice Guy-Blaché. It is a fascinating look into her life, and her career. It also features interviews with many of her peers. It is a great documentary that is not necessarily for everyone. It is definitely worth watching.

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Barbara

I am not a fan of reality TV, but this documentary was fascinating. I was interested in the story of Alice Guy-Blaché. She is an exceptional artist and I was curious to see how she achieved her artistic and artistic talent. She is a prolific artist, who has been in the press for the last 40 years, and her work is very different from other artists. This documentary is very interesting. It does not paint a picture of her life in the past, but the present. It shows the evolution of her work, her time in the press and the conflicts in her life. I would recommend this documentary to all art lovers.

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Lauren Nichols

This is an interesting documentary about the life of Alice Guy-Blaché, a woman who was born with a severe case of Down Syndrome and lived in a state-of-the-art assisted-living home for people with intellectual disabilities. There was no guarantee that the residents would get the care they needed. In addition, many people with Down Syndrome were denied social security benefits because of their disabilities. In this film, the director and reporter examine this issue and the people involved in the care of Alice. They also delve into the lives of the residents and how they changed as a result of the care. It's a fascinating film that's well worth watching.

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Laura V.

I would recommend this documentary to anyone. It's not the kind of documentary you'd watch for entertainment purposes, but it's important and well done. It's an interesting look at the life of Alice Guy-Blaché, who was a very famous and influential playwright who wrote many works in English. There are many fascinating anecdotes about her life and work, and it's hard to imagine that this woman was so much more than a very famous playwright. Her influence was huge and lasting, but it wasn't always well received. She died at the age of 58, but the documentary shows that her work was an enormous influence on the modern American theater. This film was made by the director, Christopher Slattery, and the producer, Amy Joy. It's an interesting look at a fascinating woman, who was a very influential woman. She was a major force in American culture and she was a very prolific writer. She was also very much a woman who made her mark on the theater and she was also a woman who was incredibly creative and innovative. I really enjoyed this documentary. It's a good look at a very important woman. I think it's well done.

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Janet

This is a very good documentary. I was a bit disappointed in how it was cut, it seemed to be cut short. But I really enjoyed the way it was shot and the way it was done. It seemed to be shot from the perspective of the people that had been on the ground, and how they were talking about what they saw and heard. I would recommend it to anyone who likes documentaries.

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David L.

This is the first documentary that I've seen that focuses on the life of a female serial killer. It's a story about Alice Guy-Blaché, who was known as "The Beauty Queen" for her sexual exploits. She was a serial killer who killed in the 1970s and 1980s. She was arrested at age 15, and went on to live a double life. She is currently incarcerated in a maximum security prison in Texas, but the documentary is a fascinating look at her life. She is a young woman with a lot of mental issues, who became a serial killer. She is a lot like Ted Bundy. It's also interesting to see her life in the prison, including her relationships with the other inmates. It's also interesting to see how she was able to escape from prison and become a successful writer. I don't want to give too much away, but I think that it's a really interesting story.

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Andrea M.

A true story about a young woman in New York City in the 1960s. This film tells the true story of Alice Guy-Blaché, the young woman who was killed in a car accident. Her life was cut short by her family, the death of her sister, and a tragic fall in love. The film was done in black and white, but the color images are very striking. The narration is by journalist and filmmaker, Michael Moore. I would recommend this film to anyone who likes to watch a documentary about a young woman who was murdered, and not to those who like a movie with lots of action, special effects, and computer graphics.