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Dealt

Dealt is a movie starring Richard Turner, Johnny Thompson, and Max Maven. Sixty-two year old Richard Turner is renowned as one of the world's greatest card magicians, yet he is completely blind. This is an in-depth look at a complex...

Other Titles
Kongen av kortkunst, 纸牌人生, Den blinde tryllekunstner
Running Time
1 hours 25 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary, Biography
Director
Luke Korem
Writer
Bradley Jackson, Luke Korem
Actors
Armando Lucero, Johnny Thompson, Max Maven, Richard Turner
Country
USA
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

An in-depth look at the life and work of Richard Turner, one of the world's greatest card magicians, who happens to be completely blind.

Comments about documentary «Dealt» (27)

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Melissa W.

As many have already stated, this film has received much praise and accolades and has garnered a number of awards. And yes, there is a good reason for this. The director, Edward Zwick, has taken the time to detail the story of this 'monster' and it is compelling to see the history of the disease. He also takes great care to show the role that spirituality played in the lives of the victims. The film does not shy away from showing how the victims were often very pious and would not allow themselves to become aware of the horrors of the disease. The images are chilling and it is a disturbing story. However, the end of the film leaves you with a feeling that it is not necessary to view the film to really understand the effects of this disease. For those who would not be able to view the film, I recommend the book by Ron Vidal which gives a more in-depth and detailed account of the book. And last, the film does have some inaccuracies but I would not call them bad inaccuracies. These are only minor issues.

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Albert S.

The Love of a Lifetime is an excellent documentary about the influence of TV on American culture. It is filled with interviews with celebrities, politicians, and academics, and it is a fascinating look at how the television industry was used to influence American culture. The film is also an exploration into how television was used as a tool to manipulate public opinion, and how television producers and writers are influenced by television as they speak about television. It is a very interesting look into the minds of both sides of the spectrum of how people perceive the world, and how the viewer can view the world differently based on the media he or she watches.

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Amber B.

When I first saw this film, I thought it was great. It was a brilliant film, and I am still very impressed by it. However, as time has passed, and I've watched it a few times, I have to say it is a little slow at times. It is one of those films that you have to watch twice, to get the full effect of it. It is also a film that can be enjoyed by the whole family, as there are many scenes that are quite shocking. The film is a brilliant work of art, and I can't recommend it enough. It is well worth watching.

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Michelle Kelly

An exposé of a man who lives off his 12-year-old daughter's inheritance and uses her as an ATM to pay off debt to people who do business with the local government. This man, Nasser Mokhtar, is an Al Qaeda terrorist and supporter of Islamic fundamentalism. This is a wonderful documentary, which shows us just how evil and ruthless Mokhtar is. His son, Abbas, was the one who created the film, and it shows us a man who appears to be somewhat religious, but appears to have nothing to do with religion. What really stands out about the documentary is the interviewees. The way they are interviewed is very compelling and interesting. It really brings out the many issues that this man has in his life. This is an important film and it deserves all the credit that it has received.

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Heather

This is an important documentary, about a long-overdue effort by the world's governments to get to the bottom of what really happened to American POWs in the Vietnam War. As is often the case with documentaries, it is full of fascinating and dramatic information. For example, it is fascinating to hear about the complaints of many of the American POWs who are shown in the film. While their accounts of what happened to them during the war are painful, it is extremely difficult to feel for them. They are not portrayed as heroes. The story of one of these POWs, Michael Bressack, is especially painful. He was captured and taken prisoner at a different time, at a time when American POWs were on the run from the Soviets, not the French. In fact, this is what is so wrong about the film. It is not the fact that Bressack was a POW, but the fact that he was a French POW. They wanted to make it seem like Bressack was a French POW. One of the POWs, whose story was told in this film, wanted to show Bressack, not a French POW. He wanted to show him as a "French POW" because, it was claimed, Bressack had come over to the United States when the French had been at war with the Americans. While it is true that Bressack had been captured in Vietnam, he had been in Laos. And in fact, at the time, the French were fighting the Americans. Thus, in the film, they tried to make Bressack look like a French POW. There is one particularly sad and horrible scene in the film where Bressack has to look at a photograph of his mother. He tears up. The mother is shown crying in a very human way, but the film tries to make Bressack look like a monster. There is a big problem with that. The film does not make him look like a monster. It makes him look like a human being. It is one of the most disturbing and powerful films ever made on the issue of POWs in the Vietnam War.

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Barbara M.

I loved this film. The subject matter was important and the story of a professional boxer who became an ambassador for a socially conscious film about the plight of poor communities in London. Many of the local community supported the film because they wanted to see change. It was a very moving documentary. It was inspiring to see how many of the residents of the old East End ended up with no jobs, no employment, no housing and no education. This film had a strong message. I was particularly moved by the story of Pete Marter, the former boxer who became the British ambassador for the film. I know there are many people who disagree with the message of this film. However, it was the right message. We need to see people's lives change because they want to. If people are poor in the world they will eventually be poor in the United Kingdom. The problem is that this film did a great job of getting the message across. I highly recommend this film. I also highly recommend seeing it on the big screen.

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Tiffany Lane

Well done to all the team of the A.I. team and all the A.I. vets. Thanks for all the hard work.

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Edward B.

This is a fascinating look at the art and the politics of late 20th century advertising and marketing. Every man and woman has a story to tell. In the beginning of this movie, we see Tom Hanks' first ad, for "Tiffany." When we see his painting, we see a New York subway tunnel, then a car that looks like the camera is looking at a baby. This is all the audience is left to hear, and we can't understand what it means. To see a man who is trying to get back to being a real actor, you can't help but think this is a man who has never been in a good movie. He doesn't have the talent to play a character. He just has the talent to be a guy that looks cool. When you think of the art and the art for that matter, you think of it as a kind of nostalgia. This movie shows how advertising works, how the art and the culture get corrupted by the business, and how it becomes completely distorted. To say it's a guilty pleasure is an understatement. It's a guilty pleasure that will make you question your life and your existence. There's a scene in the movie where Tom Hanks and an art professor are in a museum looking at the work of Yves Klein. He is a close friend of Hanks. He is showing Klein's work, and Hanks is showing Klein's work, and the people are asking them questions about it, and they are answering them. And the people are saying, "Who's he selling to?" and they are saying, "What's he selling to?" and the people are saying, "Who is he selling to?" and the people are answering them. Tom Hanks is just in the background of this movie, and he is doing a terrible job of being an actor. He's the only one trying to do a good job. There is a scene in the movie where he is being interviewed by a journalist, and he is doing a bad job. He's saying things like, "I'm a liberal," and, "I'm a feminist," and "I'm a gay man," and, "I'm an artist," and, "I'm a woman," and "I'm an artist." It's just a bad job. He is trying to be an actor. He's trying to be an actor. He is just a bad actor. He's just a bad actor. This movie is not for everyone. I think it's for people who are willing to be moved, and are willing to question their existence. It's not an easy movie to watch. It's very dark. I wouldn't recommend this movie to anyone who doesn't have a strong stomach. I think it is important to understand the political and cultural problems of the 1960s, because that is the time when it was made, and it is still with us today. It's still with us today. This is just a great movie. The director, Errol Morris, did a great job. He has a great eye. The actors did a great job. The subject matter is not for everyone. But it is a great movie. I think you should see this movie.

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Judy O.

If you were a big David Letterman fan, you probably will find this documentary to be an interesting and entertaining look at his career and the time he spent on the show. If you're not a David Letterman fan, you should probably stick to watching those terrible "documentaries" that do nothing but ruin your life. If you are a David Letterman fan, this is a great documentary. It's not one of those "So Bad, It's Good" documentaries, but it's still very entertaining and worthwhile. It really is a tribute to David Letterman. The documentary features interviews with the original staff of the show, interviews with old and new Letterman staff, the people who worked with him for the first time, and some interviews with his fans and staff. It really gives an inside look at Letterman's time on the show, and what it was like to work with him. The thing I really liked most about this documentary was the amount of material that was taken from the old show. The old show was only for a very short time, and the interviews with the people who worked there really helped explain the current situation. If you have a chance to watch this documentary, don't hesitate!

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Jordan

I agree with what many others have said. This film really resonated with me. I was immediately drawn to this film because of the great music, and that I am a fan of Robert Plant, a longtime friend and musician. It's amazing to me that this film was never released in theaters. It's not a film for the kids. It's not for the squeamish. It's a film that takes you into the heart of one of the most iconic rock and roll bands of all time. I can't recommend this film enough.

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Tammy Austin

David McCall is not only a great cinematographer, he is a great storyteller and director. He makes every moment of this film absolutely riveting. This film is not for the faint of heart. It will make you laugh, cry and even make you think about the values of freedom. This film is a must see for anyone who loves movies, freedom, or great art. We need more directors like David McCall.

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Marilyn Hudson

I'm a huge fan of films that portray the world from an outsider's point of view. This is what I'm talking about when I say "Into Thin Air." There are many documentaries that show the horrors of war, the people who suffer, the devastation and the hopelessness of the situation. But it is rare to find a documentary that shows the lives of people who are involved in a life or death situation in a way that makes it more understandable to the viewer. This is one of those documentaries. In the beginning, we are given a glimpse of the lives of the people who are actually in the polar bear colony. We hear the testimony of various people who live in the colony, and they tell us their stories. We also see these same people doing some of the most beautiful things in the world. It is hard to imagine how they do it, but I'll tell you. The footage is fascinating and I had to see this film. I recommend it to anyone who enjoys documentary films.

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Paul D.

Many women have felt emotionally and physically damaged by the abuse they've suffered in the past. My grandmother was raped and killed by her abusive husband in her sleep. I know firsthand that this is not the "typical" scenario. This documentary is a powerful and heartbreaking story that's rarely told. It's a reminder that every human being is a vulnerable, fragile and special being who's worth protecting. This is a story of a family that was capable of such terrible things but, in their own way, they learned how to be strong, resourceful and responsible, and they held onto each other despite the abuse. They didn't stop fighting. They learned to trust and they became self-sufficient. I can't recommend this movie enough. It's a powerful reminder that every human being is valuable.

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Rose G.

This documentary about a man named David Beatty who made a documentary about his work at the White House. This documentary is based on his life as a writer for the New York Times and what happened to him after he left the White House. It was amazing to see what he went through after leaving the White House, and I found it fascinating to see that he wasn't a person who enjoyed life, and it was interesting to see what his life was like after he left the White House. He was a normal man who did some really crazy things and he was a person who had a certain passion for the world. It was a very interesting documentary to watch and I think it is a very good documentary about this person who was a good person. I found it interesting and I recommend it.

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Maria

After a year of putting on the research for a documentary about the real victims of the Smoky Mountain Massacre, I finally got around to watching the documentary, The Real Smoky Mountain Massacre. It's a pretty amazing film and it also gives us the perspective that the real victims of the Smoky Mountain Massacre were not all white. It is interesting to see that in this documentary they actually show the victims of the massacre being Black. I would recommend this documentary to anyone, and especially to people who have never been to the Smoky Mountains. It's also good to know that the real Smoky Mountain Massacre was not all one big conspiracy. If you think that the murders at the Smoky Mountain Massacre were just a conspiracy of some kind then you may be surprised to find out that there were actually many conspiracy theories about the massacre, and the real people who were killed in the massacre were not all white. I give this documentary an 8 out of 10.

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Jane F.

Like many people, I first heard of the tragedy in 1991, when the movie "Cinema Paradiso" came out. I was an adult in my late teens, and had read many of the diaries written by the great film-maker Rene Jourdan, who was assassinated in 1993. Rene's diaries were nothing short of brilliant and informative. The diaries told a simple but poignant story. I had heard about this film, and while it was not a new one, I was not a big fan of the subject matter, but I was so drawn in by the characters, and by the dialogue, that I found it impossible to turn away. I loved the subject, and I loved the film. The performance by F. Murray Abraham is stunning, and the cinematography is beautiful. The story is fascinating, and the photography is mesmerizing. I had heard that the DVD had been delayed, and that I should wait to purchase it, but I bought it yesterday, and now I have to wait for it to come out on video. I will definitely be purchasing this film. I wish there were more documentaries like this, showing how movies are made, and how important they are. I wish there were more films like this. I recommend this film to anyone who has an interest in film, or in a cinematic medium, and who is ready to experience something so original and powerful.

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Bobby Cruz

This film is a must see for all of us who love movies and love movies that are not just about money and fame. The director and his team did a great job of making this movie. This is the first movie that I have ever seen that has had me sobbing uncontrollably. The film is about a man who started making films in the mid-1970s. His films were about a family who was struggling to survive and one of his films was about a man who was having a difficult time dealing with his past. The film ended up going to a Hollywood film festival and then went straight to video. It was a very difficult film to get made back then, but it was a great film and one that I will always remember. I have seen this film many times and I can still remember the first time I saw it. It is a must see for all of us who love movies and love movies that are not just about money and fame. I give this film an 8/10

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Emily

In America, the only way we know how to give back to our communities is through the arts. Movies, especially documentaries, are not exempt. There is so much that can be done by film makers and students to inspire the next generation. So many great films are made and yet are forgotten. The same is true of documentaries. There is so much potential in the arts. The people who make documentaries, while still taking risks, do not have the same financial or legal support that a film-maker would. And, like every other kind of work, documentary is a creative endeavor. It is not a science. There are endless discoveries to be made in the arts and it is truly a privilege to be a part of it. The most dangerous thing about the arts is that, often, they are misunderstood. We are taught to believe that the creative process is an important, creative aspect of our lives, that the arts are for our children and that the arts are only good for children. The truth is that the arts are for everyone and for everyone alone. Art is not for children, or children alone. Children are a part of the creative process, but the whole world is. Children are the recipients of all creativity, whether they choose to be a part of it or not. And, this is why documentaries should be made for all ages. They are not only good for the youth, but also for adults. They are good for people of all ages, from the youngest to the oldest. When people of all ages see a documentary they can feel that they have been taken on a journey. They can see the children of their lives, a child as young as 5 years old. They can see the parents of all ages. They can see their teachers. They can see the whole of society. The most powerful aspect of a documentary is its message. Documentaries tell a story. They give an insight to the lives of the people of the world and the story they tell is powerful. The artistic value of a documentary is its message, and it is the best, or one of the best, documentary's can give.

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Sara Bradley

First of all, I'd like to thank the filmmakers for taking the time to put together such a powerful film. It's amazing that the budget for this film was only $3,000, and what a fantastic effort they made. The acting in this film is first rate, and the writing and directing were superb. I have no doubt that the viewer will find something they like about the film, and I'm sure the people who have not seen this film will be able to relate to some of the stories that are told. I highly recommend this film, and I'm certain that people will be enthralled and moved by this film. It is not easy to make a film like this one, and I'm sure this film will be remembered and applauded by many people for decades to come. I have to give a special mention to the people who created this film. Everyone should see this film, and I strongly urge you to do so. It is truly a must see. I hope you enjoy this film, and I hope that you'll come back to check out my website. The excellent movie website www.SandraDumont.com

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Andrea Morrison

After watching the documentary, I was left wondering. How come this was not made into a movie? I am not sure why. It seemed to me that many people would be interested in seeing this. However, most would probably be too embarrassed to admit to having seen it. If you ever read an interview with Howard Zinn or saw a documentary, you may not know about this. This documentary does not show you what he did. It shows you how he became the activist he was. You should not expect a movie about the Holocaust. You should expect a movie about a man. It is a shame that this documentary did not do so well. If you want to know more about Howard Zinn, you should definitely see his documentary. It may make you want to learn more about him. I rate this movie 9/10.

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Emma Douglas

I saw this documentary at the Tribeca Film Festival. It was a very entertaining documentary that showed the connections between various people in the criminal justice system. I thought it was well-made and informative. I enjoyed the interviews with the people who worked with the people in prison. It was a good way to get a sense of what they went through. It was a very interesting documentary and I think it was a very good way to see the connections between different people in the system.

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Rachel

I saw this film when it first came out and was stunned by its raw honesty and courage. It is a testament to the human spirit that it is still being made. I saw it again recently and was moved to tears by the courage of these brave women. The film is a powerful testament to the power of human spirit. It is a shame that it is almost forgotten today. It is a film that deserves to be seen by all.

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Crystal

I am a fan of David Fincher. I have been a fan of his since The Social Network. I thought that this film was very good. It had a lot of great moments. However, I felt that the director did not follow through with the emotional parts of the film. I felt that the film could have been a little more emotional. There were also some parts that were just too graphic and too graphic. I would have preferred that the film had more emotional parts, but that is just my opinion. Overall, I thought that this was a good documentary film. I think that people who are not into documentaries should give this film a chance. I think that it was worth the time and money to watch it.

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Jacob

I have just seen this documentary on HBO. It is a great documentary about a man who was involved with numerous big business deals and the people who stood by him while he was jailed for fraud. You get a very different view of what happens behind closed doors, the people who help out, the people who make it all work. It also shows how it is all run and how the public is allowed to get their hands on it all. It is a very realistic look at the lives of people who work for the companies they are representing. I think this film is very interesting and thought provoking. My vote is nine. Title (Brazil): "O Jogo Nacional" ("The Company")

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Frances M.

This film made me rethink how I have perceived music in the past. It's a good film, I recommend it to all who like music, films and/or history.

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Douglas

I thought this movie was great. It wasn't very exciting, but it was so beautiful, that I just kept watching it. I love that I saw it with my mom, and she was able to appreciate it. My dad is a guy, and he was able to appreciate the things that he didn't want to see. It was great to watch a movie about something other than football, and it was great to see that the director was able to capture it well. I am now wishing that there was a movie that wasn't made about football, because I wouldn't be able to appreciate it the same way.

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Janice Oliver

In the 1970s, R&B singer Etta James married a man she did not love. She spent many years campaigning to have her husband restored to her. After years of effort, Etta got him back. What made it all work was the wife's strong faith. This film documents her efforts and her son's influence on her in a manner that is at once entertaining and touching. The film includes excerpts from her book and a movie version of her memoir. It includes interviews with people who knew her at the time. For a film that attempts to explain a controversial story, it is a surprisingly simple and engaging story. While not perfect, it is the best representation of a female-driven movement for equal rights that I've seen in years. The film is somewhat too long for a documentary, but it is a good way to learn more about the significance of this subject.