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Rat Film

Rat Film is a movie starring Theo Anthony, Dan Deacon, and Matt Fouse. Across walls, fences, and alleys, rats not only expose our boundaries of separation but make homes in them. "Rat Film" is a feature-length documentary that uses...

Other Titles
Film o szczurach
Running Time
1 hours 22 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Theo Anthony
Writer
Theo Anthony
Actors
Will Kearney III, Dan Deacon, Matt Fouse, Theo Anthony
Country
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

Across walls, fences, and alleys, rats not only expose our boundaries of separation but make homes in them. "Rat Film" is a feature-length documentary that uses the rat--as well as the humans that love them, live with them, and kill them--to explore the history of Baltimore. "There's never been a rat problem in Baltimore, it's always been a people problem".

Comments about documentary «Rat Film» (15)

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Victoria S.

In 1981, at the height of his career, Roddy Piper was at the peak of his popularity and he was asked to take part in a feature film called "Psycho IV", an experiment by famed Hollywood director John Landis, a TV director who had an obsession with his own, and Roddy's, career. In the film, they used real "Psycho" footage from both the original film and the 1969 re-make. What makes the film so special is that it's both a tribute and a commentary on the careers of the actors in the original film and the way they interacted with each other. I found it to be an interesting, disturbing, and ultimately fascinating documentary, and would recommend it to any movie fan.

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Jessica

A nice documentary that gives you the inside of the film, the actors, the crew, the big name actors and directors who took part in this film, and who have produced the film and who we don't see very much of but in the documentary. It's not a really big budget film, but you can tell they had a lot of work put into it. There is a lot of love and care for this film and they are very happy with the result. They are a very caring and close family. I would recommend this film to everyone. There are a few hidden messages and it is good to hear the actors and directors story of what went into making the film.

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Kathleen Ortega

While this movie focuses on the other, more dark aspects of drugs and prostitution in the city, it is also a good look at how far human beings are willing to go to feed their addiction, and how far they will go to survive. No amount of drugs or prostitution could stop a person from becoming a junkie or a prostitute. In fact, the more you prostitute, the more you get addicted, and the more likely you will become a junkie. The film opens with the founder of the Black Market, who died in an accident and who took his own life. The film has a very good sense of timing, as it is a movie that is very well shot, very interesting, and has a good storyline. There is also a sense of humor that permeates the film. This movie is not intended to be a movie to entertain the viewer, it is meant to show the true, ugly side of human nature, the dark side of what is at the core of addiction. All in all, a great movie. 9/10

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Linda Evans

What a great film this is, I've never really thought much of films before, but I am now getting into the indie film world and I can't get enough of it! What I really liked about this film is the storytelling, how the director keeps you involved with each character and makes you feel like you're a part of it all. It has a good story to it, I think that a lot of people might not like the style of it, I personally really liked it and it was great to see a documentary film about a documentary, it's very interesting to watch and I think it was a great idea to make it a documentary, it really helped the storytelling in the film. I think that the ending of the film was pretty depressing, it was really depressing to see someone leave a film like this, but I think that the people who make films are the best at what they do and I really liked the way they were able to tell a story that is way beyond any normal human experience. The film really made me think about how we view our world and how we can learn from it, I think it's great that people can be inspired to make documentaries about this subject and how it's done, because it really is a fascinating subject and the way that the film was made was really cool and I think that people should go watch it and really watch it, it was really great and I think that people should watch it because it's really great!

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Lawrence

First of all, I'd like to say that I am a person who appreciates good documentary films. This film is no exception. It's more than just an informative documentary, it's a human story. This film is about how two brothers come to know about the way they look and how they act. What happens when one brother's in love with a girl and the other one wants to be a soldier. How does this affect the relationship between the brothers and the others? This is something that we all should know about. What you'll learn in this documentary is a bit more than what you see in the commercials. It's a story about how you should not let what you are seeing on the TV or the internet influence you. I also learned that you can't always trust your instincts. Sometimes, you need to take a little bit of time to think about things. Sometimes you need to wait for something to happen. Sometimes you have to sit down with a friend and have a talk about how you think things will go and how you will react when they happen. I also learned that you don't have to have a big budget to make a good documentary. A little bit of knowledge and a little bit of patience will go a long way. In conclusion, I'd like to say that this is one of the best documentaries I've seen in a long time.

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Cynthia F.

I was fortunate enough to be in the audience at the screening of this documentary at the New York Film Festival last week. I am not a documentary director. But I am a film lover. I was deeply touched by this film. It reminded me of the time I saw "Something Wild" at the '67 Cannes Film Festival. It is a bold movie about a filmmaker in danger of losing his vision. His spirit, his obsession, his humanity. The woman who was with him in the beginning of his journey is also in danger of losing her humanity. His fans and audience all felt the same way. But in the end, all the people who knew him best showed him that he was still alive, that he was still able to make films, to speak his mind, to be himself, to make the movies he wanted to make. He made them with love. He made them with his soul.

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Patrick

I saw the movie for the first time recently and I was very surprised. It's a must see for anyone who loves movies. It's interesting to see how many different styles can be in one movie. What's amazing is that all of them are directed by a single filmmaker. It makes the audience feel like they're right there with the filmmaker. The first person who approached him for the directorial rights to the film said that they had never done a movie like this before. The movie is about his love for movies. The main character was not only a geek, he was also a director. The movie had a lot of pop culture references that people seem to be doing in real life. I thought that the cinematography was beautiful. There are some very artistic images that are worth mentioning. The cinematography was definitely an artistic achievement. I recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in film.

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Hannah M.

This documentary is basically just a series of interviews with various character actors of the 1970s who are still around, and generally not well, and some of the people that were friends of "Bad Bill". The film is basically telling a story about a guy, and what happened to him when he became a drug dealer, and ended up going to prison for the rest of his life. As he's talking to these people about what happened to him, it becomes clear that he was a really intelligent guy, but also really troubled, because he was the product of a family and a crazy environment. The film was kind of interesting and enlightening, but it really is just a personal story about the time, and some of the people that were around him. It really does not touch upon any themes that are really controversial, such as drugs and other substances, which is very surprising, since it's clearly shown that the guy was just a very talented actor, and didn't have anything to do with drugs. In a way, I think the film was really a rather boring one, and in some ways, I would have been more interested if it were about the lifestyle of this character, and the people around him. There are some people in this film that I've never heard of before, and I guess they were the people who were close to him, but that is not really the case, and most of the people interviewed didn't even know him. So, the whole film is kind of a personal story about a character, and it is really interesting to watch, but it's really not an excellent film, since it is very obvious that the director is just trying to show how crazy it was, and I think that's really unnecessary, since it really didn't touch upon any controversial topics, so I think it's just a good documentary, but I don't really like it, because it's so much boring and not interesting, but that's just my opinion.

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Cynthia S.

This is the story of a family living in a small village in Scotland, where three young girls are murdered in the area over a 15 year period. The film contains a lot of scenes of violence and brutality, and is extremely disturbing to watch. I would say that if you are a parent of a child who is dying from some form of child abuse, this documentary may be of some interest to you. However, I think that the viewer will find this documentary disturbing regardless. The documentary is based on interviews with people who lived in the village during the time of the murders, and interviews with people who knew the children in the village. I think that the two main characters were the most compelling parts of the documentary. Both of them were extremely disturbed and had disturbing behavior that was hard to watch, but they are also very likable. The two main characters were very talented and their behavior was very disturbing. One of them had a history of drug abuse and had a history of sexually abusing children, and the other had an unstable past and was involved in a series of run-ins with the law. They both made very compelling and convincing arguments that the events of the village and their deaths were related to abuse and neglect. I think that if you watch this documentary, you should make a point of watching it. It will make you reflect on what happened to the children in your family and on the events that happened in your community. The documentary is a very difficult and disturbing movie to watch. But it is not necessarily a bad thing. It will make you think about what happened in your own family. I think that you should watch this documentary to understand what the point of the film is.

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Edward Flores

One thing that I think was overlooked, or that I feel the need to make clear in the DVD commentary, was that the filmmakers tried to create a film that actually had a lot of substance. That is, they wanted to show what happened in one town after another. They didn't just stick with one topic, and thus, the film feels like it's rather one-sided. I think that's a good thing, because I think the other things in the film are worth watching. For example, the filming location of Green River, Utah is amazing. It's a beautiful, pretty, but dark place. It is very much a contrast to the sunny city of Chicago. As I said, it is not a perfect film, and it has its shortcomings. It is, however, a great film. It tells a great story, and it is an excellent film for those who like to learn more about the story behind the scandal.

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Patrick B.

I like the way they talk about something as a way to get an idea of what they're talking about. It's more engaging and creative than "it's going to be a disaster" -it really gives you the insight into what they're talking about. The only reason I didn't give it a 10 is because of the music. I really didn't like the first song in the movie, so I wasn't too excited about the next one. As it turns out, the song didn't really fit. It's still one of the best songs in the movie. I also wish the "sad and pathetic" song had been left out, because it just seemed so self-important. Overall, the story of the movie was really interesting and fascinating. I really enjoyed the movie and I'm really looking forward to watching the follow-up movie.

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Amy

The reality of what we see is very different from what we think. This film tells us that it is the intentions, not the actions, that make a difference. If you find yourself thinking that certain characters are liars, manipulative or just people who act like they are in a soap opera, then you should watch this film and try to see things from a different perspective. What is so much fun in this film is that you try to figure out what is happening and what is real. Sometimes it is impossible to tell what is real and what is not. But you can always tell that the actors are acting and this is what is so much fun. The actors have a good time and laugh at the different things they see. You see them as you would a family or friend. What you see is what you get and it is not all bad. I have just watched this movie and I am glad that I have watched it.

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Steven Carr

The most recent documentary on black children in America by Jason Russell was one of the most important pieces of work I have seen on this subject. I am not sure how much of his work is fact based and how much of it is fiction, but I find it hard to believe that the stories he has assembled are entirely fictitious. He certainly does not seem to be a single black father in his family, but I am willing to bet that he had some kind of father figure in his life. His father, who is of African American descent, was a dead ringer for his father, who was in fact the very first African American president. This film does not really focus on black families. Rather, it explores the disconnect that exists between black and white children of different races. I would recommend the film to anyone who is interested in this issue. The film takes a very close look at the quality of the parenting in all kinds of communities. Russell's focus is primarily on black children, but it would be interesting to see what he had to say about black fathers, about white fathers and about those who had no fathers at all. His documentary is very informative and the information is also very interesting.

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Lawrence R.

I went into this film not expecting much. I was wrong. I think a lot of people would have not gone see this film if they hadn't been warned beforehand. This film is a remarkable story that should be told. It's an amazing and in some ways unexpected turn of events that took place. I recommend it to anyone who has a desire to see something about the "cult" that I, myself, think was extremely fascinating to learn about. This film will bring tears to your eyes as you learn about how a single person can actually do something to change the world. I think everyone should see this film. It is an amazing story that will make you feel a lot of emotions.

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Bobby

This documentary is not as thought provoking as it may seem. It is more of a fact based documentary on various incidents that occurred at the turn of the century, and also of course the question of the validity of the supernatural in our world. The many deaths of high profile individuals that occurred around the globe, such as the Great Fire of London, the Titanic sinking, and the recent earthquake in New Zealand, are all examples of some of the events that happened that we see in the film. The documentary is much more of a historical document than a scientific one. For those who are interested in this type of documentary it is a great one. For those who are interested in a documentary with scientific principles it may not be that great, but it is still a great documentary. I will give the film a rating of 8/10, but because of the way the documentary is presented it is not something I would want to watch a second time. The reason I say this is because of the way the documentary starts, with the apparent inclusion of a documentary in the movie as well. But the documentary does not end with a documentary. It ends with the final scene of the documentary, which gives a sense of finality to the film. I think that for many viewers this will be a definite spoiler, so please read the summary above if you don't want to be spoiled. One thing I will say about this documentary is that it has a bit of everything, and I will not name any of the subjects. I will just say that this documentary is a bit of everything, and I would highly recommend watching it.