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Tread

Tread is a movie starring Marvin Heemeyer, Robert Fleet, and Teresa Riley. Pushed to his breaking point, a master welder in a small town at the foot of the Rocky Mountains quietly fortifies a bulldozer with 30 tons of concrete and...

Running Time
1 hours 29 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Paul Solet
Writer
Paul Solet
Actors
Marvin Heemeyer, Teresa Riley, Robert Fleet
Country
USA
Year
2020
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

Pushed to his breaking point, a master welder in a small town at the foot of the Rocky Mountains quietly fortifies a bulldozer with 30 tons of concrete and steel and seeks to destroy those he believes have wronged him.

Comments about documentary «Tread» (22)

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Kevin W.

This film is not only for people who are transgender, but for those who are gender queer and cisgender (that is, their gender identity and expression doesn't match their gender). It is an important documentary for the transgender community and anyone who's ever been "in the closet." It shows what it is to be transgender, and how to overcome the odds, including the fact that no one really knows what "real" trans identity is, or how to deal with it. At the same time, it is also an important documentary for the cisgender community. It shows that not all trans people are violent or do terrible things to one another. But some do, and there are people who should be given the chance to live their lives and become the person they were meant to be. This is a film that should be watched, and we should be watching it to learn and be educated about this topic, and be more educated about who trans is and how we should all be treated.

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Kathryn H.

I enjoyed this movie very much, it was very educational and it was great that the whole village was able to enjoy this movie. I believe the whole village should watch it as it is just a great movie to watch with family. It is great to know that there is people who are doing good things and they are out there doing good things. The villagers should know that people like them are not bad and they are not like the other people in the world. I am very proud to be from Pangkalaw. The movies that are made in this village are excellent and they are very well made. I think that all the people from Pangkalaw should watch this movie.

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Edward

After hearing that the ending was a failure, I was not disappointed. I expected a more logical and coherent story, which is why I saw the movie in the first place. When I read some of the negative reviews on here, I was worried that this movie would be a bore. I had hoped for a more coherent story and I was disappointed. There was not a lot of reason for the ending. In some ways, the story was a little predictable. Overall, it was a good movie that was interesting to watch, but not worth buying the DVD to see in theaters.

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Jacob Jones

An absolute must watch. All of you must watch this one as well. Not only is it a great story about the importance of music, but also about how music and artists have impacted our lives. This movie is more than a documentary, it is an enigma, about a phenomenon I am sure I have not experienced before. And I cannot wait to experience it again in the future.

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Angela

What does it say about a culture to have an official 'copyright' on some of the worst imagery of the most violent era of human history? This film has two brilliant chapters: the first is a thoughtful and intelligent look at the morality of war and the second is a disturbing look at the moral state of a small group of inmates in a mental institution. The film offers a balanced and persuasive examination of both aspects of the subject matter. It is also very much a film of the mind, with a strong focus on the 'feelings' of the people involved in the making of the film. The film is also highly topical, as the effects of war on modern society are well captured. The 'feel' of the film is quite raw and real. The soundtrack is very well composed and there are two very powerful sequences in the film, as the first character is taken to a mental institution and the second is a bizarre group sex party at the psychiatric ward. These are really powerful and the film has a wonderful ability to capture the vivid and often disturbing imagery that this type of event generates. Overall, a brilliant film that will resonate with the viewer.

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Matthew

I am an archaeologist and I had never heard of the word "wax". I was surprised to learn that it was used in a book. I was also surprised to find that the words "prosperity" and "wax" were interchangeable. But then again, if you are an archaeologist you might be interested in the fact that the Egyptians waxed and dyed their skin (I have seen lots of Egyptian tattoos). If you are an archaeologist and you have a passion for the Ancient Egyptians, then you might want to watch this movie. I would suggest it to anyone, and especially those who are interested in the ancient world.

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Sean

I just came back from seeing this movie at the Newseum in Washington DC. It's a very important documentary on the life of Mary, the "Mother of God". Mary is the very spiritual "mother" of the modern day church. She was a visionary and had a vision of God which shaped the church and made it what it is today. There is no question that she has inspired all the churches and churches today with her teachings and vision. She gave the church life and she gave it a hope and love that is very rare and very hard to find. Mary was a gentle and gentle God. She is an inspiration and the most beautiful and beautiful creation that we have in our universe. The New York Times calls her "The World's Most Inspiring Living Apostle". She is also the most selfless woman who ever lived and it is very sad that she died in a very painful way at the very young age of 49. She had such a profound effect on the church and she was very much loved by all of the churches in the world. When we look at her life, it is hard to understand why she had to suffer so much and die. She was so selfless and gentle. The New York Times called her "The Mother of God" and said that she has been the "world's most influential religious figure" and "the most influential religious figure" and "the most influential woman". She is an inspiration to all of us and it is a sad day when this great woman has passed away. She is the one we all look to and look to now. There is no question that her story and her life changed our lives and helped many people. The movie really takes you on a journey through her life. She is a great woman and is still around to help all of us in our lives. We all look to her as the one that we can turn to. This movie is really touching. It is a wonderful tribute to this great woman. She had a wonderful life and was truly inspirational to all of us. This is a must see movie. I highly recommend it. Thank you for bringing her story to life. I also recommend that you watch this movie. It will make you want to do more than just pray for her and all the other victims of the church.

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Jean H.

The director of Tread, Michael Haneke, said this movie is about human nature, and how we are constantly striving for more. The ultimate goal of human beings is to get what we want in life, and we do that by taking the hardest, and the most dangerous, paths of life. The real question in this movie is what can we learn from this movie? I have to admit, I watched the movie more for my own personal interest. I want to see how Michael Haneke, a master of visual storytelling, would have made it in this field. The movie does not pretend to be anything other than what it is, an unenlightened and insightful look at the nature of human beings and how they go about their daily lives. There is something to be said for watching a movie without making assumptions about the audience, which is the main message of this movie. I enjoyed it very much. Definitely recommend.

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Jeffrey Weaver

I don't get how many people who have reviewed this movie are comparing it to the Jodie Foster film 'Fatal Attraction.' I have not seen that film, but based on the reviews I have read, it is likely that the majority of people who have seen this film did not like it, and so have not read the reviews. I am not going to go out on a limb here and say that this is the same movie as 'Fatal Attraction,' but I have not seen that film either. This is one of the better documentaries I have seen, and it is extremely well-made, both in story and photography. It is the best of this type of documentary that I have seen, and it is an excellent documentary for all ages.

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Daniel Nguyen

Tread is a movie about a small group of adults who talk to their kids and their friends about the meaning of life. Tread is a great film that you can watch over and over again. The movie is full of great insights into the meaning of life and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to know what the meaning of life is.

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Dorothy

I had heard about the documentary Tread, which is based on a true story, but I didn't really know much about the film before seeing it. The film tells the story of Nalini who suffered from a severe form of epilepsy, which severely affected her life, which is why she wanted to end it. As a result, she decided to do what most people would do: she would commit suicide, and this film details the events leading up to her attempt. As a documentary, it is very good. As a film, it is very good. It is a good movie that tells a story about a person's struggle to end their life, and the pain it causes the family members who love them. The film is not overly dramatic, and it doesn't bore you with some of the scenes. It's not a film that will leave you crying at the end, but it's still a good film. Nalini's father, who also suffers from epilepsy, is a great character. He has a difficult time of his life, and he's portrayed as a strong person who is not afraid of losing his son to suicide. The film shows the family's pain and the effects of the loss, but it's also a human story. This is a very good documentary, and you should definitely watch it.

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Nicholas P.

Tread is a documentary on the incredible life of "Bear" (played by Ben Miller) and his struggle with ALS. Bear was the inspiration for his brother in this film, Jake. We also get to hear some of Bear's amazing stories from all over the world, and have some amazing wildlife footage as well. I would highly recommend this film for anyone interested in life, love, and animals. This is definitely one of the best documentaries I have seen in years.

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Sandra

I was surprised to learn that this film was made by the same people who did "The English Patient" and "The Beach." It is a hard and relentless examination of the effects of disease on the human body. "Tread" is a multi-layered, sensitive, and compelling film that works well in its own right. It has strong acting, a very accurate depiction of the effects of HIV/AIDS on the body, and a great soundtrack. The production values are high, with many different shots. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to see the realities of HIV/AIDS, and the effect that it has on the lives of people affected by this terrible disease.

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Albert T.

Although it may not be easy to relate to, these children's stories are very relatable. The movie offers a wonderful mix of emotions. One moment I could relate to the children, the next I could not. The stories are wonderful and you can relate to almost any of them. It is hard to tell which is the true story. There are some very disturbing moments but nothing that could be considered "gross." This is a wonderful film. I am so glad I had the chance to see it. I hope that it can help someone. This is definitely a film that should be seen.

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Lori Morris

Since the first time I saw this film, I have not been able to get it out of my head. If you love documentaries as much as I do, I highly recommend it. The author, Kevin Beaumont, is a legend in the documentary film community. He is the director of such well known documentaries as "War on the Planet of the Apes", "Being There" and "The Fog of War". I thought this was a really good film. It is a fascinating look at a really fascinating topic. I can only hope that someone in the future puts out another documentary about this topic. It's too important.

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Sarah

I would highly recommend this movie for anyone who has ever been touched by sexual abuse or has been a survivor of any kind of abuse. Although the majority of the people in the movie are going through this, there are a few that do not know that they are going through it and that makes the movie even more powerful. What this movie shows is the abuse and humiliation that they are experiencing at home and in school. It shows how a rapist, an abuser, or a spouse, a parent, or a child can create the same fear and trauma that they were abused in, and the fear and trauma that it can cause. This is the true impact of sexual abuse. The only people that will not be able to relate to this movie are the people that have not been touched by sexual abuse or have not been a survivor. In this movie, the people that are not able to relate are going through the same things that they are experiencing, but they are not able to feel the same way. The message that this movie sends out is to be aware and to be open to this abuse. If you are going through sexual abuse or any kind of abuse, watch this movie and learn about this type of abuse.

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Rachel M.

I have watched a lot of documentaries lately and after having watched this documentary, it made me watch a lot more documentaries. This documentary was great! It gave me a lot of information on how different cultures are. It really made me think. What is more important in a person? Love or country? I think this is a good documentary and I think everybody should watch it. You will learn about different cultures and even if you are not from that culture, you will still learn a lot about it. I would recommend this documentary to everybody. I would give it 9/10.

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Joyce

I don't like to give ratings to movies, but I feel it is necessary to let people know that this movie was excellent and worth watching. The story is intriguing and the visuals were very good. I highly recommend this film to anyone who loves to watch documentaries and documentaries that are much more creative than mainstream Hollywood film making.

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Russell H.

A beautiful and compelling documentary. If you're a person who likes to hear the story of an aboriginal person and their past, this is the film for you. There are a lot of questions in this documentary, which are hard to answer, but they're so interesting and meaningful that they will bring you back to your own time in history. The story of a woman named Bethany Wessel who became the first white woman to go to a First Nations reserve in Canada. She was so young at the time, but at the time she was, she was this girl who wanted to go to the reserve and protect the land from the land grabbing, abusive white men who had taken over the land and killed people. She felt so strongly about it. She went through a lot of struggle to make it happen. There were many conflicts. She went through death threats, threats to her family, and other things like that. It was all so intense and it was so inspiring and emotional. But her determination to protect the land and the First Nations people in Canada was so great. She was an inspiration to me and many other people in the documentary.

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Aaron Grant

The film "Tread" is a film that presents a unique, multi-layered, and sophisticated study of the experiences of two working class families in the New Orleans area in the late 1980s and early 1990s. In their case, the main issues are drug abuse and the sexual liberation movement of the 1980s. The film is a timely documentary that is informed by a variety of personal interviews and a wealth of archival footage and footage from New Orleans' social and political history. The film tells the story of the working class and the sexual liberation movement that brought it into being. The documentary has a striking, gripping quality and is very well done. While not a great film, it is an important and insightful study of this important and controversial time in New Orleans history.

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Tyler C.

Well this is truly a great documentary, the language barrier seems to be over-used in the last decade, people can now talk about things that they know nothing about. This documentary would have been a great help to me when I was writing my dissertation on this subject, I could have mentioned every single little fact that I learned about the babies, but instead I learned that I was wrong about a lot of things. I think the main reason I found the documentary to be valuable was that it let me know that this subject is extremely important and there is still a lot of work to be done in regards to the care of the dying infants. The documentary also gave me a lot of insight into the care of other dying infants that I would have never known otherwise. Another very important thing about the documentary was the fact that I learned that the media, especially the media in the US, is extremely biased and is not really very good at telling the truth. I found the way that the media portrayed the babies in the documentary to be quite offensive, that they were not really shown to be that sick, they were simply put in the wrong place and not shown any affection or care. Another thing that I learned was that in my home country of England, the doctors were always given the responsibility to look after the babies in a very caring manner, because they were considered part of the family. I think that this film is a must watch for the people who have been involved with this topic.

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Deborah

I'm sure you know that the movie 'Tread' is about a group of people who have had a devastating and brutal experience during the Rwandan genocide, and the effort they have to overcome the difficult ordeal. The stories and information in the movie is fascinating, and for a movie about the horrors of the genocide, it was pretty inspiring. The pace of the movie was pretty fast, but not really predictable. I found myself anticipating what the next story would be and wondering what happened next. I think the pace of the movie was good and the pacing was good. There was enough information and information about the genocide, enough events, enough information about what happened during the genocide. I think that the movie was very well done and the quality of the film was good. It was easy to follow and really felt like the movie was well put together. I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to learn more about the Rwandan genocide. I think this movie is great, and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about the Rwandan genocide.