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Whose Streets?

Whose Streets? is a movie starring Lezley McSpadden, Michael Brown Sr., and David Whitt. Whose Streets? is an unflinching look at how the police killing of 18-year-old Mike Brown inspired a community to fight back and sparked a...

Running Time
1 hours 30 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Damon Davis, Sabaah Folayan
Writer
Sabaah Folayan
Actors
Montague Simmons, David Whitt, Michael Brown Sr., Lezley McSpadden
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

Whose Streets? is an unflinching look at how the police killing of 18-year-old Mike Brown inspired a community to fight back and sparked a global movement.

Comments about documentary «Whose Streets?» (14)

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Bobby Alexander

I loved this film, but I had the feeling that it was being marketed as a documentary. In fact, the title was very misleading, and it was a little hard to follow. The main character, Marisa, was very engaging, and her story was very real. She was a very courageous young woman who had to go through a lot of trauma and trauma of her own, and she did not give up. The director, Laura Walker, also did a great job at making the film seem very real. I thought the acting was great, and the editing was also very good. The editing of the interviews was very well done. I thought the editing was very good. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn about a very important topic. I thought it was very well done, and I would recommend it to anyone.

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Joyce W.

The film was made by the same person who made the documentary "The Black Panthers." I can't say I've seen the documentary, but I can say that this is a much better film. The documentary was about the Panthers and the reason they were there. The film, however, was about the life of Huey Newton. The film does a great job of showing the struggles the Panthers faced. The film is very informative and the information is clear and understandable. The film also does a great job of showing how the Panthers were portrayed in the media. The film is very interesting and it shows the Panthers in a very positive light. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about the Panthers and the reasons they were there.

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Debra C.

I was a young girl in the 70's and I remember seeing this movie on TV in the late 70's and I couldn't get it out of my head for years. I was always fascinated by the young girls of the time and the world they lived in. I am not surprised to see that this movie is on the Discovery Channel. I was intrigued by the film and what it was trying to do. I thought it was great and informative. I love the way it was made and the fact that it was very informative. I would recommend this movie to anyone who is a teen or an adult who wants to learn more about the 70's. It is a good movie and I would recommend it to anyone.

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Bryan R.

After the recent success of "The Age of Adaline" and "Shine", I felt it was time to see a different documentary. This is an honest, beautifully made, and touching film about a young woman's journey through the birth of her baby. "Birth" is about a woman named Bethany who has an anonymous and unplanned pregnancy. She decides to go with her friend, Lucy to a hospital to be delivered. There, she meets the nurse, Ms. Kay, who helps her to accept the pregnancy and the experience. However, it is very difficult for Bethany to accept this pregnancy, because it is not natural and she does not want it to happen. She is very hesitant, but Lucy persuades her to go. The experience is very hard on Bethany, but she begins to love the baby. Bethany starts to feel like a "normal" person, and she begins to feel that she is not alone in her pregnancy. Bethany's journey is very moving and inspiring, and it will make you think about what you would do if you had the experience. "Birth" is a very emotional and touching film, and it is very well done. The acting is great, and the story is very moving. The ending is very emotional and it is a great ending to the film. I would recommend this film to anyone who has had a baby or is going through a pregnancy. It is a very personal film about a woman's journey, and it is very inspiring.

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Jessica W.

This is a film that I was afraid would be boring. I have never been in a situation where I felt as though I was not being heard. I feel that the film did a good job of showing the effect of the war on the people of the area. It was very moving to see people who had lost their loved ones. It also showed how they had to cope with the loss. I also enjoyed seeing the soldiers who were not doing so well and how they tried to cope with the loss of their friends. I also liked how the film was not just about the war. It was also about the people who were affected by it. It also showed how the war affected the people of the area. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone who has a love for films. I would also recommend it to anyone who is interested in the Vietnam War.

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Mark

The film takes a unique look at the lives of African-American youth in Los Angeles. The filmmakers explore the difficulties of growing up in a society that is rife with racism, and the dangers that can come with the struggle to stay out of the ghetto. It is a unique and informative film, that is easily accessible to anyone who is interested in social and political issues. The film was well-received at Sundance, where it was nominated for Best Documentary Feature and Best Writing and Directing. The film will make you think, and it will make you feel, and it will make you want to go back to school and work to improve your life. I highly recommend this film, and I look forward to seeing it again.

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Brittany W.

The film is about a family that moved from New York to Chicago in the 1980s. The story begins with a young man (Tyler Durden) who wants to be a comedian. He falls in with a group of comedians and the group grows. After a couple years he decides to become a "free spirit" and he leaves the group. Then a family moves into the neighborhood and the family becomes the target of his jokes. He tries to make his family accept him. The film is very well made. I think it is very honest about the loss of the community in the 1980s. There is a lot of humor. I think the best part is the family. They are really good. They are very funny. There is a scene where the kids run out of the house and the father says, "What's that? Some stuff they don't want you to see?" The kid says, "It's my mom." The father says, "Oh, I'm so sorry, I didn't mean to do that. You're the best son you could have ever had." The dad says, "Well, you're not a bad son, you just don't know how to act." The kid says, "I just want to be a normal kid."

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Gerald

This is a great film. It will make you laugh, it will make you cry, and it will make you think. The whole experience is just wonderful. And I don't know what to say about it except that it's absolutely worth seeing.

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Larry

What a great documentary! I am so glad that I got to see this film. I am from the Bronx and grew up in this area. The movie is very accurate in showing how the neighborhood has changed over the years. I especially enjoyed the documentary about the art center and its artists. It really made me want to know more about what it's like to live in a neighborhood like this. I recommend this movie to anyone who wants to know more about the life of the Bronx and its residents. I also recommend this movie to anyone who wants to learn more about the history of the Bronx. The people interviewed in the movie are very knowledgeable and very honest. I recommend this movie to everyone!

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Adam A.

I had the privilege of meeting and working with the director of this film, Michael Moore. He was very gracious and generous with his time. I was shocked at the amount of misinformation and misinformation and lies that were coming from the mainstream media. It was like watching a documentary that was edited to the point of not being real. He has done a great job in giving people the information they need to understand the events of 9/11. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in knowing the truth. I am sure that the American people will see this film and realize that there was no conspiracy. It was a lot of lies and misinformation. They were just a bunch of misinformed people who thought that it was justifiable to lie to the American people and make them believe that they were going to be safe in a world that was about to be destroyed. It was a very sad and pathetic time for the United States of America.

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Jacob

I can't say enough about this film. It was riveting, riveting, riveting. I've never felt so compelled to write a review for a film before, and this one is not an exception. It is without a doubt the best documentary I have ever seen. I was so impressed that I will watch this movie again when it's released on DVD. The film was so well done that I could almost believe the people who made it. The story of the people who made this documentary is amazing, and the people who watched it have never felt so alive. This film is definitely worth seeing, and I'm glad I was able to see it.

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Kyle

When a movie is a piece of art it's a film that makes a lasting impression on its audience. The recent work of David Byrne has been an incredible success in that regard. I had the pleasure of seeing the documentary 'The Making of David Byrne's 'Everybody's Fool' at the Tribeca Film Festival and it was a very interesting and engaging experience. I thoroughly enjoyed the way the film was presented. It was not a traditional documentary. The documentary was not a long, boring or monotonous film. It was an incredible collection of interviews, footage and footage that was used in the making of the film. It was a very interesting experience. It was very entertaining and had many surprises. I think that the film would be a very good film for a student or someone who has never seen David Byrne before. It's a great film for the general public and it's a great film for anybody who is a fan of David Byrne. It's a film that will leave you with a lot of questions and a lot of emotions. I highly recommend this film. I highly recommend it.

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Wayne W.

I was intrigued by the title and the fact that it was directed by Paul Greengrass. After reading some of the reviews, I felt that I had to watch it. The trailer looked very good and I decided to give it a try. I have to say that I was very disappointed. I felt that the story was too slow and that the pace was not consistent. There was a lot of filler that didn't really add anything to the story. The only thing that was good was that the film looked very nice. I feel that it would have been better to do a documentary about the neighborhood. The movie itself was not that great and I think that it could have been much better.

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Christian Green

This is a great documentary about the effects of gentrification on low income communities. The interviews with residents of different areas of the city of Oakland, CA are well done and give a sense of the city and its residents. This is a great film for people who have lived in the city or have loved it and want to know more.