فيلم The Wrong Light

The Wrong Light

In the feature documentary The Wrong Light, a charismatic activist leads a globally-regarded NGO that provides shelter and education for girls rescued from brothels in Northern Thailand. But as the filmmakers meet the girls and their families, discrepancies begin to emerge and the story takes an unexpected turn.

Other Titles
Selling Our Daughters
Running Time
1 hours 18 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Dave Adams, Josie Swantek
Country
Thailand, USA
Year
2016
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

Comments about documentary «The Wrong Light» (22)

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Tyler

This is a beautiful, soul-satisfying documentary about a great British artist who, like many of us, was introduced to him through his fellow artist Nick Cave and his record label, Nonesuch. The film is called "One Last Time", which is probably the most appropriate title for this one-of-a-kind story, but there's nothing wrong with that. When you see one last time is when you feel you've finally experienced something and that there's nothing to regret. I'll give it an 8.5. It's a beautiful, poignant film. I've never heard of Nick Cave before, but I've heard he's good. I love his music. I think his music is very cool and has that good "funny" feel to it. I've seen him in person, so I was a little worried when I heard about his death, but it was really sad. He was a truly great artist and artist who had an incredible life. A truly wonderful, and ultimately sad, story.

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Adam Gutierrez

The first thing I noticed when I watched this documentary was how it was a modern day fairy tale. I also saw the look in the actors' eyes as they made their way through the hurdles of their profession. They told the stories of their work and how their discipline was broken and that eventually led to their deaths. In some cases, the filming was reminiscent of a modern day 'revenge' film, in other words, some of the film was filmed in the same manner as a horror film. I don't think that this film will upset anyone who has a good sense of humor and appreciates a good film. I have always had a thing for documentaries and this was definitely one of the best I have ever seen. If you haven't seen this movie, go see it.

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David C.

I watched this movie after watching "L'Oeil du Roi" (This is My Dream) and was somewhat bored, but thought it was interesting. The narrator is talking about his childhood and the "failure of the press to report on the exploitation of the working classes. The narrator is talking about how he wanted to be a journalist, but after his brother died, he was ashamed of his "idleness". He feels he has a duty to help the people who suffer. He wants to help people but the truth is that he can't, he can only spread the good message and that is what he does. The movie follows his life as a journalist and how his work is in conflict with his moral values. I think that what makes this film great is the way it shows the difficulties of working as a journalist in Paris. It is very moving and you feel you are in a different time. I think that this movie is well worth watching.

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Christina

There's not much to say about this documentary. It's a 10-minute interview with a few people from the movie industry. Most of the film is a long interview with the director and producer, which is both amusing and informative. The interviews are actually pretty interesting, and I can't think of a single moment that is boring. That said, I think the biggest flaw of the film is the editing. I've seen a lot of documentaries on this topic, and this one is the most boring, boring, boring documentary. If you want to see a documentary about the making of a movie, or even if you just want to see an interview with a few people from the industry, this film is definitely not for you. However, if you want to see how the movie industry works, and how hard it is to get into it, I would highly recommend it.

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Beverly Willis

I have read the book and wanted to see the movie. But it is different from the book. In the book the beginning was confusing and I started watching the movie, it was even more confusing, I watched the book more. I don't know why they changed the ending. It is not that much of a difference. But I liked it. If you read the book you will love the movie. If you don't read the book, I don't think you will like the movie, but if you read the book, I think you will love it. It is good to see the movie. It is not a lot of action.

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Terry

Not quite a movie but I guess you could say it is. It is about a man named Leo (Joshua Foer) who has gone blind from a car accident, and has been forced to live in a glass house with his two teenage sons. He uses his video camera to record what goes on around him. He has a way of putting the pictures into an animated movie that he has dubbed the "Wrong Light." The movie is narrated by a man named Bernie, and you can hear him talking to his son Leo about what he sees in the movie. Bernie lives in a mansion and Leo goes to visit his brother and there are two of them. The father is happy because he is glad that he did not have to go through a blind date with his son. Leo thinks that he was the father who helped him become a good dad, and the brothers are trying to show him the wrong way. This is an interesting movie, because you can see how the other people in the house see Leo, and that is very interesting. You can see them all smiling, and they can also see Leo as a great dad. I think this is a good movie to see.

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Amanda

This is an interesting, provocative film. It is beautifully shot and the narrative is even more enthralling. The film explores the disconnect between the scientists who study the effects of radiations on humans and the population who live in the areas that the radiation is being emitted from. It's an incredible balancing act. The film deals with a variety of issues from the financial problems of the region to the relationship between the people of the region and the scientists. There are plenty of personal stories as well as personal conflicts that lead to the personal conflicts between scientists and the people of the region. The films conflict of interest is a serious issue and the film covers it very well. I thoroughly enjoyed this film and think that it is one of the best documentaries ever made. I would highly recommend this film.

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Randy

This is the first in a series of long-form interviews with some of the people involved in this film. They tell their stories and describe their lives. The opening is in a French New-Year's Eve party in Paris and the people who participated in that party and those who were interviewed are fascinating. After the party, some of them remember what happened and what happened to them afterward. There is a lot of history behind this story and it's well worth your time. The film does not deal with the horrors of the war and instead explores the human side of the story. It has the feeling of a documentary, but there are still elements of the film that are made for entertainment and that are enjoyable. The best part of the film is that it deals with the personal stories of these people. There are many personal stories that are important to these people, but also many more about the war and about their families. It's not an easy story to get to know. There are many personal stories, but also many more about the war that are important to all the people who participate in this film. All in all, this is a good film and it is well worth seeing. It's a good documentary, but also a good film for entertainment and also for those who are interested in the war. The stories that it tells are rich and inspiring. The film is a reminder of how war affects people in a real way and what it can do to those who are affected by it. It also is a reminder of the value of human life.

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Eric

Movies are sometimes an outlet to convey ideas, but in some cases they can be a way to get your feelings across. This film is the second of three in a series of documentaries about the Japanese and the process of building the tunnels of the Pacific Rim that are now the world's largest. I have to admit that the first two were great documentaries that had a lot of information to share, but this one was lacking. The Japanese are the ones who needed to be shown, and the film makers did a good job of bringing the facts about them and the way they worked to the American people. The documentary films of the early 70's were good, but after that they seemed to go downhill. I'm not sure why. This film is just a shame that the first two documentaries were great, but the third one was so much better.

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Karen

This is a good documentary about the OCCUPY COAST INCIDENT. It was the second night of the "Boat People" that the Navy was investigating. They were a close-knit group of people, who didn't seem to be trouble-making, but were peaceful. This film captures their last night on the "OCCUPY COAST." Their lives are shown from the viewpoint of a photographer, who they meet, as they walk around the island. Their descriptions are quite colorful. What surprised me most is that they all seemed quite content, not a bit of anger or disturbance. They seemed to be content, without a lot of crime. I did like this film, because it captures the beauty of the island. The people that lived there, were quite friendly, but they didn't seem to have a lot of trouble. It's a nice contrast to the Army on the mainland, who seemed to be more aggressive. There's some good music in the film, too. Overall, a very good documentary.

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Emma

The Wrong Light is a documentary about the greatest man to have ever lived, and how we can learn from him. The film follows various people and places throughout the years who have met with Tony Blair, whether they were there for him or not. In some cases, they even had a personal connection to him. It is a documentary that I thought was interesting to watch. I personally had never heard of Tony Blair, but I believe that as an intelligent person he would have come across very differently in the times that we have now. For example, the first person to call him on his racist comments was none other than the leader of the British Union of Fascists, John Reid. I felt that it was a very interesting look into the life of one of the most brilliant people of the twentieth century.

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Brenda Ellis

This film is full of good footage and informative, engaging interviews with people who know the most about the battle. I think it is a very accurate representation of what happened on the battlefield. I think it is more interesting to see what happened and why than to just hear about it. This is a really good film about the battle of Gallipoli and is a must see for anyone who is interested in the battle of Gallipoli.

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Janet

Watching this documentary made me aware of the religious traditions that were held in Pakistan as well as India and China. The issue of God/deity vs humanity and belief in the world was discussed in this film. This was not only an eye opener but it also reminded me of the importance of education in a democracy. I wish that more filmmakers would make films on this subject and it will be interesting to see what they come up with. In the future, if more filmmakers do this, we may be seeing more films on this topic.

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Laura C.

My husband is a student of the Jesuit Fathers in Rome. He learned all that I learned and more while filming the film. He saw the errors that were made and gave me some much needed advice. He is not a Catholic, so he can not be as critical as I am. He also said that he is not aware of any cases of Father Daniel Arel in the church that the film depicts. So in his opinion, the film is just one example of a fact, not a misrepresentation of Father Daniel Arel. If you are Catholic, don't watch the film. But if you are not, do watch it. The film is in its original language, and the use of the original language in the film is a great way to see a lot of the background of the Church. The film is well put together. I enjoyed the film and it would be a great movie to show to any family in your life. If you are Catholic, it will be a great movie to show to your children.

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Amanda Gomez

An interesting documentary about the life of a man who makes hundreds of millions of dollars from the oil and gas industry. This film, in addition to being extremely informative, also has a tremendous amount of entertainment value as it has the best music videos from bands that were active during this time. It also has the actor who played the character of Ray Kroc, Ray Kroc, in the film. It is important to note that this is not an objective documentary about the Kroc Corporation. This is a documentary about a man who made hundreds of millions of dollars, a man who left his wife and two children and devoted his life to the oil and gas industry. It's a wonderful documentary. You should see it.

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Kathleen

If you have ever driven through a city with a dark night like this, you know that you are being assaulted by a nightmare. The cameras here record some of the bad driving of our transportation system. As the video is shot by professional photographers, and the interior shots are stock footage, it is so easy to dismiss this as the work of amateurish film makers. But the impact is strong. The content is shocking and the camera work quite impressive. The only downside is that the video is pretty heavily edited, and some of the footage is a bit fuzzy, but it's still quite interesting.

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Tyler West

I don't know how to explain this film. A big part of my experience with the world is it's culture and the way it perceives and views things. It is a part of what makes us unique. We are "difficult". It's easy to lose ourselves in our own opinions. I feel that "No Light" captures this in an incredible way. The cinematography is mesmerizing. The film is a visual poem. The camera loves to follow its subjects and it doesn't know how to stop. I was blown away. A lot of things are captured, but most of the time the camera does not stop. You can't help but watch the camera, looking for things that will just be missed by the director. But it never stops. The movie is raw and in many ways it will make you uncomfortable. I think it's just the thing you need to see. The feeling of isolation and loss is palpable. I found myself wanting to be in the movie as the camera tracked my every move. The beauty of the film is it's simplicity and brevity. You can't tell me this film is not important. I have a thing for documentaries. This one I will see again and again. I hope it inspires you to seek out more films that capture a more personal, visual sense of the world. You'll be glad you did.

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Katherine Adams

An excellent and well researched documentary about the condition of Alzheimer's disease. The issue of Alzheimer's is not explored to the extent of a typical documentary. Instead, the film focuses on the challenges that the family faced in caring for the mentally retarded child. The film was shown on PBS in March of 2006 and has gained critical acclaim. This is an excellent documentary that should be viewed by everyone.

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Virginia Black

This is the most shocking and disturbing film I have ever seen. The camera work is excellent. I don't know what was worse - the scene where the guy is coming back and the woman tells him that she is pregnant or the scene where he has to have sex with his son. I have never seen a film where you get the sense that you are watching a documentary. This film is very moving. I have to agree with the first reviewer that the title is very misleading. It says it's a documentary. It's not. It's not about anything except the subject of this film. It's about abortion. It's about the evil of abortion. It's about the fact that this woman was not responsible for her own life. She was killed by her abortion. The abortion was the death of her life. Her son is going to have to live with that guilt and that feeling of being a baby killer and that guilt is the only thing that kept him alive for a year. I can't imagine how difficult that must have been for him. It makes me sick. This is a powerful film. I recommend it to anyone who cares about the human race.

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Margaret

This is a movie about the trial of an indigenous elder. It is set in the UK in the early 1980's. The film is very informative, and not a film to be missed. The actors, all in their 40's, are natural and believable, as is the music. The film has a rhythm that is worth watching. Some of the facts are not known, and I would like to see a documentary on the trial. Some of the charges against the elder, and the information given are unbelievable. This movie is good for people who have never seen the trial and want to know more about it. The film is full of interesting facts and the film has a rhythm that keeps it moving.

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Grace Wright

I must admit, I'm not a huge fan of sex education. When I see something that is not at all helpful to a young person about sex, I tend to not think that it is for the better. But, this film was a good start. I found it inspiring. There is a lot of talk about the things that are being ignored by parents and society. That does not mean the documentary was bad. It was very informative. It has a lot of details that I didn't know about, and if you are not a big fan of sex education, I would recommend this film to you. It's worth watching. I would rate this documentary an 8 out of 10.

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Angela D.

A stunning documentary by the great Robert Kenner that not only follows the life of the author, but also examines the radical ways he approached his work and the creative forces he was under in his life. Kenner, whose interviews are also narrated by John Cusack, is a terrific documentary filmmaker, who goes into detail about the themes of the book. His explanation is a great resource, and one of the best documentaries of the year. I've never had much luck with documentaries on the internet, and this one has not been in the way of anything. It's got great footage, interviews, and a great soundtrack. Kenner gets the point across of the book without being preachy. He shows the author at his most violent and has great performances from his actors. You'll see Kenner playing up the darker moments in the book. He does it beautifully. It's great to see the author's writing come to life. I'll admit, this documentary is a little on the long side, but it's great to see the book come to life, and it's one of Kenner's best.