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Walking on Water

Walking on Water is a movie starring Christo. An uncensored look into the artistic process and personal relationships of Christo, an artist known for his large-scale installations. For the first time since the passing of his wife...

Other Titles
Christo: Walking on Water, Christo - Walking On Water, Christo - Walking on Water
Running Time
1 hours 45 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Comedy, History, Documentary, Adventure
Director
Andrey Paounov
Actors
Christo
Country
USA, Germany, Italy, United Arab Emirates
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

An uncensored look into the artistic process and personal relationships of Christo, an artist known for his large-scale installations. For the first time since the passing of his wife and partner, Jeanne-Claude, Christo sets out to realize, The Floating Piers, a project they conceived together many years before.

Comments about comedy «Walking on Water» (23)

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Hannah Little

This is an entertaining, entertaining film. The film is centered around a fairly new documentary, "Walk on Water," which tells the story of a group of free-spirited South African hillbillies, or "dudes," as they are known, who have become good friends with the African country. These dudes are part of the "country club" culture, which is an outdated term, and they keep the young, generally poor people out of the "club" and out of the "coffin." The film, "Walk on Water," is a great way to see the dudes, and to hear their stories. As the dudes tell the stories, they become part of a wonderful documentary film, about the culture of the hillbillies. This film is a joy to watch. It is a story that the dudes, and the filmmakers, are very proud of. It is a story that is uplifting and inspirational. This is a great film, and one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. 8/10 stars.

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Peter G.

Walking on Water is the first documentary film to be nominated for an Academy Award in the field of Documentary Feature, and is the first documentary film to be nominated for Best Documentary Feature.The award is given to the best documentary of the year, and the winner of this award is not known at this time. WONDER WOMAN is a documentary film that features interviews with the main characters of this movie, of which Margaret Thatcher was featured in this film, but also interviews with other British figures, including the leaders of the Labour Party. The film was also shown at the Academy's World Film Festival in Toronto, and is screened at the Denver Film Festival.

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Paul M.

This is a documentary I wasn't looking forward to seeing but it was pretty good. I got the feeling that most of the people who were in it either were involved with the film or had worked with a lot of it. There are a lot of very talented people in this film including Dan Rather, Albert Brooks, Kevin Kennedy, Michael Moore and many others. Dan Rather, in particular, does a very good job as he goes around trying to explain why he thinks the government is covering up the truth about 9/11. I particularly liked his analysis of the coverage of the World Trade Center attacks. The film was shot on the same set as the documentary, but it's a good thing they shot it with a different camera. They keep the camera on the same people and it helps in making it more realistic. It also helps that there are many different cameras used throughout the film. The director and producer of the documentary also shot the documentary for The New York Times and it was very nice to see them doing the same thing. I can't really say much more about the film because I haven't read the book. This is an excellent documentary and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about the history of 9/11.

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Lisa R.

This is a very interesting movie that explores the most popular myths and legends of the world. It also explains how to keep your head while being submerged under water, and how you can not be scared of the water, but rather scared of how you are being scared. It also explains why people are not afraid of sharks, why they are afraid of jellyfish, and why most of us do not like being around jellyfish, if they are in the water. It also explains why we do not want to be underwater in any situation, even if it is for a fun activity. This is a great movie for the whole family, and I would highly recommend it.

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Frances P.

Although this film is NOT for the faint of heart, it is worth the watch. The filmmaking was a tad shaky, but overall this movie was well worth it.

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Wayne

In a historic documentary, the leader of a socialist party in West Germany, Albert Speer, describes the events leading up to the assassination of Adolf Hitler. It is a striking film that is both frightening and fascinating. The film is based on his memoirs of the time and gives the viewer a very clear picture of how the events unfolded. It is interesting to see how the German government, with the help of the British and Americans, tried to understand the motivations behind the killings. One can't help but wonder how much of this was a conspiracy on Hitler's part, or how much of it was what actually happened. At times, I was very impressed with the way the film handled the subject. As for the documentary itself, it is good. I like how the film was framed and how it went through the events from both sides. It shows the atmosphere of the time and gives the viewer a better understanding of the violence that erupted in the country.

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Gregory

This documentary is a wonderful, eye-opening look into the life of John Lennon and Yoko Ono. It makes you understand how much each person is connected to and how important each person is in the history of Western civilization. It shows how John and Yoko came to be. The film is a fine example of "documentary style." It starts with interviews from the beginning of their relationship, and later it introduces each person, all of whom were important in the Beatles' music. The interviews are always funny and sometimes very enlightening. There are a lot of funny bits, and a lot of fascinating material, like when they interview the Beatles' manager Brian Epstein, who explains how they went from a two-man operation to a six-man operation and how they went from getting a recording contract to getting an instant world-wide fame. The interviews are filled with great insights and quotes from Lennon and Ono, and the film is very well done. In the end, it will leave you with a great appreciation of each person in the Beatles' life. It is an excellent documentary, and the film should be taken seriously.

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Anthony Pierce

This film really is a look at the lives of the people who are in a historical context of the death of Socrates. Socrates is one of the most important thinkers of all times, but he was also the most persecuted man, and this film looks at this persecution and its legacy. The main theme is the harshness of the everyday lives of the people who lived at this time. The video is well shot and the music is fantastic. It is a film that will leave you with a lot of questions, and hopefully you will leave the theater with a lot of new questions.

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Janet Jacobs

This is one of those films that has been making its way around the world for a while and has really stuck in my memory. I was just thinking that I have to check this out now! I remember seeing it on a local PBS station. It really stuck in my mind and has become a part of my life. It is so sad to me that people can even consider the idea that men are wrong for drinking. I was wondering if it was true but it really is not. This is a great story of a man who sees the truth about women. It's sad to see how some people can still use rape as a means to control women. Women should be left alone to choose what kind of life they want. A few comments here have been saying that this was the "typical anti-war film" and I think it is not. It is more of a cautionary tale about the right of a woman to choose her own life, not the typical war film. It has been a real eye opener to me that a woman can actually make her own choices and live the life she wants to live. I've never really thought about the issue of rape but I would think that it could be a real problem in a lot of countries. It is a very good film and if you have the opportunity to see it, do! I highly recommend it. See it and decide for yourself.

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Ralph C.

The production team has done a great job of providing some new faces to a great group of people. The actors and actresses are all very good, and the film is very well done and very well done. The music is great as well. The best part is that they have taken this from a documentary and added a few Hollywood moments that make it all the more entertaining. The film is great. It is very funny and has a lot of life lessons, but also contains some truth. I think that the most important message is about the value of life. It is a great film and very enjoyable. I would recommend it to anyone.

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Janet Bennett

The story of Donald Trump, from the beginning of his career as a businessman to the end. The film covers some aspects of his life - his marriage to Ivana, his business, the marriage of his sons, his success with his first wife, and his relationships with others. What's not shown is his life before that. The documentary will leave you wondering if Trump was ever a real billionaire - that would be a new twist on his story. As with most documentaries, the timing of the film is ideal - it is very interesting to see how Trump's life has evolved since the mid-1960s, especially since the events of 9/11. It was interesting to see his transition from a real estate tycoon to the candidate we know today - the media-savvy, socially-savvy, deal-making, self-made, and true-hearted businessman. I was a bit disappointed to see the time spent on Trump's second wife. In reality, Trump would have been in the spotlight even more during that time. The film also covers the time when Trump was a controversial figure in the press and politics - the only time he would have been in that category. Finally, there are some highlights of Trump's time as a young man in New York. It was interesting to see how Trump's life changed with the arrival of his first wife, and how his father brought him up. The film is well done and very entertaining. The film is not a documentary on Trump - it is an interview with Trump. To be honest, the interview is the most interesting part of the film.

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Zachary Collins

I just watched the documentary and I'm going to rate it 8/10. It's based on a true story of how a group of journalists and a cameraman tried to take a photo of an alleged massacre during the Vietnam War. But the journalists got in trouble for their project and the footage was never released. But the real story of the two journalists who tried to cover the story, how they got in trouble, and how the government persecuted them is extremely well told and makes you feel the horror of what they went through. The documentary is very entertaining and at times really moving. It is also very funny, and it makes you wonder what the government would do if they got a hold of the footage. I recommend it.

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Lisa

I'm a little late to the party on this one, but it's a good film. I'm not familiar with the book, and the movie has a few major inaccuracies in it, but overall, it's a good documentary, and the actors are very good. In the book, there are several times where John's character says that people have been put in prison for doing nothing more than sitting on their hands. They had said that, but the film doesn't show it. It's a good movie, and it's very enjoyable to watch.

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Pamela

This is a great documentary that I have watched twice already. You'll not be disappointed! It's a must see for anyone interested in the history of the Soviet Union, or Russia in general. It's about the dream of a young young woman who had her father killed by Stalin, then went into exile. Her dreams of a better life in the Soviet Union were realized, but at a great cost to her. It's a remarkable story and the film is made in a very direct way. There is no editing, no filler, no dancing, no beautiful music. This is a real documentary that is a must see. If you are interested in the history of the Soviet Union or Russia in general, this is a must see.

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Bruce M.

I'm not usually a fan of documentaries but I really enjoyed this one. It was all very factual but the people in it were so funny, it made you want to learn more about them. I enjoyed the way the people talked and how they made you laugh. I laughed out loud several times and so did the people in the theater. The people I interviewed were very friendly and open minded. I have nothing against any of the people interviewed but I think it would have been nice to hear from the people who had the most interesting stories. It was a very well done documentary. The people interviewed were very open about their history and their opinions about the environment. Some of the interviews were extremely entertaining and interesting. One of the funniest parts was when one of the women said how the human race is the most disgusting of the animals. I was blown away by her comment because she said it in such a casual and casual way but I was laughing. I really loved the way she explained the horrible conditions in the mines and how the people got together to do something about it. She said that the coal miners had a lot of power but they didn't listen. I was very impressed by that comment because it's so true. It was very funny and very educational. It is worth watching. I'm glad I watched it. I don't have a lot of money so I have to admit that I have seen it a few times. I hope it's on TV more often.

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Christine

Why are they filming this? It's a disgrace to the real history of the Sikh community, one of the most persecuted and persecuted ethnic groups of the twentieth century. I'm a proud Sikh, and I was shocked and saddened to see the film glorifying the killers of innocent Sikhs. As a doctor and practicing Sikh I am appalled that the makers of this film did not do more research. It's like they are parroting a lot of the propaganda that has been pushed by the likes of the Sikh Student Federation (SFS) and the Indian government. They show such ignorance of the true history of the Sikhs, and their history, and the actual Sikh community. I can't believe this was made. The Sikh community is one of the most persecuted ethnic groups of the twentieth century. They were forced into hiding and exile, and they were the only ethnic group of the country that was not granted a citizenship. I'm not a bigot, I don't hate the Sikhs. I'm just a person who respects the truth and respects the historical facts. It's very sad that the Sikh community is shown in such a biased way. It's a shame to be a proud Sikh.

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Jose Little

Forget Hollywood, go see this documentary. You won't be disappointed. It is a true story, the film follows the life of a poor farmer, and his struggle to survive. He grows the potatoes he harvests to make potatoes for his father, but this gives him an unexpected opportunity to sell his potatoes and leave his farm. His father's potato business is drying up, and he is forced to sell the potatoes to support his family. It is a harsh life, but it is the way life is in some of the poorest areas of the world. The film's most interesting parts are the parts that focus on the farmers. The farmers, and their crops, are their lifeline. They are usually on their own, and they depend on their crops. As a farmer, I was drawn to this film. It is so human and so beautiful. As a film, it is very good. The film's script is very clear and very true to the reality. It is not a film about the crops or the farmers. It is a film about people. It is about a man who has to live and work in an area that is very tough, and he has to leave his family and his farm to do so. The film's music is very powerful. It is all of the main songs of the film, and they are all great. The film is beautiful. It is sad, but it is beautiful. It is honest, and it is honest. It is a great film.

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Philip Stewart

Being the first of the Fast and the Furious movies I was quite excited when I heard the reviews. The movie was a great mix of the past and present. This was a great time to go and see the past, and now to see the future. The movies have a great mix of both. The opening scene was so great, and it really brought the past to life, and really opened my eyes to the future. You get a sense of what life was like in the 80's and 90's. The cars and the scenes are just as cool as the cars from the previous movies. I also liked the use of modern day music and references to the past, and all of the references and references to the future, like the Lincoln Continental. The actors did a great job. Vin Diesel was great in the role of Dom. He really showed his character as a man who needed a shot in the arm. Kevin Smith did a great job as his father. He really portrayed the side of his character that we don't usually see. I have to say that I enjoyed the other actors as well. I liked the way they played their parts. I think that the next movie will be awesome, and they will keep the music coming. The music is just awesome. I really recommend this movie to all to see, but especially to the young viewers. I think that they will be able to enjoy the story and the action. So all in all I really recommend this movie to all, and especially the young viewers.

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Craig Green

This is a great film about what happens when a series of events that seem to go by so fast start to drag you down. I could see it coming because of the way it was presented. This film is a work of art because of the way the camera is used, the way the music is used and the way the actors are used. You feel as if you are there and there is a sense of being immersed in the story. I have never seen a film as good as this before and the only reason I am writing this review is because I hope you will enjoy it as much as I did.

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Donna H.

This documentary is a highly entertaining way to spend 90 minutes, and is a great representation of the struggles of the First Nations people in Canada. The film, which is not the most accurate depiction of First Nations life, but is rather an honest, humorous, and well-done film. The film is very well-made and the cinematography is amazing. This film is a must-see for any true history buff. It is not the best film I have ever seen, but it is definitely a good one to watch.

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Dorothy

I got this movie on the recommendation of a friend who thought it was a really good documentary. I never saw anything like it before, except perhaps the 'Who killed Kennedy' doc. But I'm a sucker for movies with lots of footage, and this film is a feast for the eyes. There are lots of stunning shots, the kind that take you away to an entirely different place. The directors did a terrific job in making the shots both very clear and also very carefully composed, so that you could see them clearly. And they have also done a very good job in telling the story of the history of the accident. This film is extremely well done. I never thought I'd see a documentary that captured the way events unfolded in the lives of the people who were involved in the killing of President Kennedy. The acting was also fantastic, and the story of how the accident happened is as detailed and factual as it can be. This film is very well done. It is truly a "must see". I give it an 8/10.

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Bobby J.

I don't know what the fuss is about this film. The story is very good. However the acting is not. It's more like a propaganda movie than a movie. And I can't understand why people don't like it. If the movie is not good, it's because it's not supposed to be good. The movie is good because it shows how the poor people are treated in the world. And that's why it's so important.

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Kenneth

The documentary from the Royal Library of Syria discusses the fall of the last Syrian regime during the uprising and its aftermath, revealing the brutality and cruelty of the regime. Despite the governmental crackdown on protests, the country was spared the 'final blow' that it suffered from the Gulf Wars of the 1990s. While in Syria, a collection of popular songs by the Syrian artists were played throughout the movie. Also, many of the popular songs were written by the Syrian musicians themselves. The most important songs were 'Zulm al qubrayb,' 'Homs,' and 'We'll be one.' In addition, the documentary recounts the stories of ordinary Syrians who have been affected by the regime's brutality. For example, the movie portrays a street vendor who is chased by police after he refused to sell weapons to the regime. The video is not entirely authentic, but it captures the scene well. Another important part of the documentary deals with the construction of a new city and a new school in Homs. In the beginning, the movie focuses on the school in Homs, and it explores the tragic impact of the destruction of the old school and the new school. During the school's construction, many buildings were destroyed. The movie shows the stories of many of these Syrian children who had to learn from scratch and a man who was killed for participating in the protest movement. In addition, the movie recounts the stories of many of the Syrians who were imprisoned by the regime, or who fled to Lebanon. The movie also focuses on the Syrian refugees who have stayed in Lebanon, and it tells their stories as well. The documentary also documents the resistance movement of the Syrians who participated in the uprising, and it shows the bravery and determination of the fighters. In conclusion, the movie tells the story of a country that was so close to freedom and prosperity, but it was not able to achieve it.