فيلم Under the Wire

Under the Wire

Under the Wire is a movie starring Ziad Abaza, Janine Birkett, and Edith Bouvier. In 2012, Sunday Times war correspondent, Marie Colvin and photographer, Paul Conroy arrived in Syria to tell the story of civilians trapped in Homs, a...

Other Titles
メリー・コルヴィンの瞳, Under The Wire, Dödligt uppdrag, Misión mortal
Running Time
1 hours 35 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Chris Martin
Chris Martin
Marie Colvin, Janine Birkett, Ziad Abaza, Edith Bouvier
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

In 2012, Sunday Times war correspondent, Marie Colvin and photographer, Paul Conroy arrived in Syria to tell the story of civilians trapped in Homs, a city under siege and relentless military attack from the Syrian army.

Comments about documentary «Under the Wire» (27)

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This documentary is a must see for any film student, because it's a look at the life of a director, director's assistant, and producer. It's a fascinating look at the life of David O. Russell, the man who gave us the first of the "Silver Linings" trilogy. It's interesting to see how he got started in Hollywood, and what he did before he became a director. It's also interesting to see how he became the director he is today. It's a very interesting look into the world of film, and it's definitely worth watching.

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Denise M.

Now that the film The Turning Point has been released, there is finally some discussion of the film. Despite the message that is provided, there are also many comments about the characterizations and tone of the film. In addition, there is also a discussion on the editing process. The movie will begin with an interview of Joseph Gordon Levitt, the director of the film. This is followed by a short discussion of the film's production. This is followed by the story of the first screening, then the interviews with the actors and directors. Now that the film is released, some of the critics have been commenting about it. This is where I come in. I went to see this film with my wife, and we both enjoyed it. The acting was good, and the tone of the film was good. The narration was a bit abrupt, but it is understandable. It is an important film, and I am glad that it was made.

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Megan T.

I'd had read the book prior to watching this film and loved it. The book was always thought provoking, full of strange, twisted turns of fate. So I was thrilled to see that the director of the book and screenwriter would be able to find the ways to capture the essence of the book. This film is an action thriller. The book was not like this. There were no "naked" people, no true heroics, no hyper-possessiveness. Everything that happened in the book is represented in this film. We see people torn apart, people run, people run away. This film is like a direct translation of the book, not a remake or anything. The film tells a very honest story about human relationships in the post-World War II era. A story about love and loyalty and sacrifices. This film is not for the easily offended. No nudity, no sex. Just a really good film that shows how a great book can be. A film that's a better book on the screen than the book.

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I had the opportunity to watch this film at the San Diego International Film Festival. I liked it, but felt it was not all that needed to be said about the film. I didn't feel it was a complete documentary, or a biography, or even a biopic, or an inspirational film about the life of Muhammad Ali. This was more about his journey, his growth, his vocation, and the life he lived. What I found interesting was the history of boxing, with the boxer and promoter and other "head honchos" along the way. It was very clear that the producer was not going to cut out any of the boxing footage, and to be honest, I found it very interesting. There was also a lot of footage that was not on the original director's cut, and the original editor, and the director's other videos. I didn't realize this until I saw the final version. It would have been nice if there were some more edited, documentary style interviews with people that helped shape Ali's life, or the evolution of his life. But that is one of the upsides of the film. It is definitely not a documentary. In fact, it is probably the least educational documentary film I have ever seen. It is more of a biography, and if you are a biographer of Muhammad Ali, you should see this film to learn about Muhammad Ali. If you are not a biographer, then this film is not for you. It does not really provide you with any information about Muhammad Ali, and it is a bit of a disappointment, because there are some aspects of Ali's life that you will not get to know. It is a very sad day, because the only thing that could have made the film better was if they had just followed Ali and his family in the days of his life, instead of using so much boxing footage. So if you want to see an inspiring film about Muhammad Ali, I would recommend this film, but it is definitely not a documentary.

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Victoria E.

This is a good documentary about a real life story of a man who is a co-founder of a large American company that was built on the back of the working class in the late 1960s and early 1970s. It's a story that is not very well known, and the film tells us about it in a very powerful way. The film begins with a lecture given by the late and great David Rockefeller, the son of the late and great John D. Rockefeller. He was very passionate about his father's legacy and he said that the great thing about his father was that he didn't have to worry about the money, because he didn't have to worry about anything else. He said that he wanted his father to be remembered as a man who lived a life of work, not a life of leisure. That is the story of Walter White, a man who wants to be remembered as a man who lived a life of work, not a life of leisure. The film is very well done, and it is an important film that should be seen by everyone. The film is well worth seeing, and I highly recommend it. The film is not a documentary, it is a film about a man, and it is a film that is very well done.

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Katherine Estrada

Not a single American has a clue about what is happening in Afghanistan. How many of them know the name of the country or the names of the members of the national police? Not one. That is why the show of the National Guard played a key role in this film. Many more who knew the history of Afghanistan - from the Russians in the 1950's, the Soviets in the 1980's, the Soviets again in the 1990's, and then - and especially the Americans - the U.S. invasion in 2001. There are an estimated 1.5 million Afghan refugee in Pakistan, a country with only 10 million. That means that Afghans who fled the Soviet Union (before 1979) were in the numbers of about 10 million. The Afghan refugees are getting more and more numerous by the day. All that said, "Facing the Enemy" is an accurate portrayal of the realities and the reactions of Americans to the Afghan refugee problem. "Facing the Enemy" is a must-see for Americans and the world, which is why it won't get a single international award.

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This movie does a good job of showing the workings of the city of Detroit in a way that is both interesting and entertaining. For the most part, it doesn't follow the popular narrative of "Detroit is now a symbol for the US's decline". Instead it follows the various factions of the city and the fights that have been going on for decades. There is a lot of discussion of the old power structure of the city, including the influence of powerful politicians who have been living on the edge of their means for a long time. The movie gives an excellent view of how different factions in the city have seen the situation and reacted in various ways, from Detroiters who have gotten used to the new economy, to the old guard who have stuck to their own way of doing things. The movie is a must for anyone who wants to understand the modern world and it will help get a better understanding of how things like privatization, cuts in benefits, etc. has affected the city of Detroit. The only thing that I did not like was the ending of the movie. It is told in a way that it leaves you with a lot of unanswered questions. I also feel that it seems like there are other characters that are important in the movie but are not properly represented in the movie. At times I felt like I was watching a documentary on a movie instead of a movie. Overall, it is a great documentary that will entertain and enlighten, but it may leave you with a lot of questions, especially as it gives the idea of how a city like Detroit is handled by a lot of people. I rate this movie 8/10.

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Dennis H.

After a painful miscarriage and birth, Jennifer Boone and Alex Wade created a body double for their daughter, "Rose", a few years later in 1998. She is now 19, but in college, and a little slut. And, so are her friends, Becky and Michael, the two most popular girls at the school. The movie follows the dynamics of a group of young girls at the school, as the seasons change. Rose has a boyfriend, but can't find a job, due to low wages. And, having no boyfriend, Rose will do whatever she needs, to have sex. While being in college, her mother, Audrey Boone, tells her how to be the perfect girlfriend. By doing everything, she should be a model and a good person. Audrey becomes furious when Rose tells her that she loves her, and tells her to tell her boyfriend to be better. Her mother dies, and Rose's mother, now a school psychologist, tries to change Rose's view about her life. But, Audrey, still has problems with Rose, who spends the summer in Mexico. And, when Rose goes to the movies, she accidentally sees the real Audrey in the shower, from years ago. Audrey, tries to talk to Rose, about her mother, to have her mother's memory back. She tells Rose, that she is the girl from her childhood, and Rose needs to move on. But, when Rose overhears Audrey's mother, talking about Rose's high school experiences, Audrey becomes even more upset. The movie is a brilliant commentary on teenagers, who are finding themselves. Jennifer Boone, the mom, tries to fix the school, which was under construction. She makes it into a beautiful place. And, she tells the girls, that if they work hard, they will be able to get jobs and achieve, the things they want to do. Audrey tries to change the school's morals, as she sees her daughter as her greatest student. Alex, the boyfriend, needs to be much more responsible. He has an abusive father, who is often out of control. And, he also has a dangerous side, which is rarely shown. As he is very dangerous. Audrey, is trying to do what she can to help Rose, who is the last thing that Audrey has left. The actors play their parts very well, despite the low budget. The effects were great. The scene in which Audrey notices Rose, in the bathroom is very violent, even if it was a dream. And, there are moments where the audience can see Audrey, with her shirt off, laughing. The actors also talk about the film, in a funny way, which shows, that actors, are still able to perform very well. And, the best thing about this movie, is, that, the actors can easily explain what they think. While the main character, Rose, is very easily understood. This is very important to the movie. Overall, the movie is very well made. It's very good.

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Doris B.

As an avid fan of the Up Series, I was very excited to hear that it was coming to TV. I always like to be informed, and a friend told me that there was no DVD release of it, so I did a little digging and was shocked to find that it wasn't available on DVD anywhere. I've already seen it and it's a really good film. I've read a few reviews about it, and some are really harsh, so I'm hoping to raise a few more dollars by writing reviews on some other sites. I've heard a lot about the details of the story, but I think I got a good idea of the gist of it from reading the TV Guide review. I'm not sure if the TV Guide review is good or not. I really liked the idea that the film shows the police try to get a hold of what really happened, and the person that this person is from, and how this person decided to have the shooting occur. It also showed the family and how they are affected by the situation. The guy that shot the boy is, in my opinion, a good guy. I think that he is genuinely trying to help his family. In my opinion, he has done a good job at keeping this family together. I don't think that he is a bad guy, I just think that he is trying to do the best that he can with the situation. If he were a better person, then I think that things would be a lot different. Overall, I thought that the film was very well done and I really enjoyed the whole film. It gave a really good idea about what really happened. I thought that the ending was a little odd, but I was happy to see the way things turned out. I did like the idea of the whole movie being one continuous story, and I think that the camera work was well done, as well as the audio. I recommend this movie to anyone who likes a good film about this case.

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Kathy P.

In 1882, Lizzie Borden, a young girl, robbed a bank. Afterward, she became a hero for her mother and other socialites. But she never would have become a national hero if not for a series of misadventures, the most famous of which involved her being unable to hold her own against a half-swedish woman. Like her mother, she was often imprisoned. As a result, she was only able to obtain a scholarship to college. The following year, she entered law school. This documentary explores her education and travels with her from this time to her marriage to the minister who would become her husband. It also includes interviews with her mother, the governor of New York, the heroine's cousin and her parents. What the filmmakers have done here is to dig into the background of the heroine. What they have not done is to bring her in a sense from the very beginning. This is something that will disappoint many of her admirers. The filmmaker has done this, as we have a quite limited knowledge of her. But it's very important that we get a sense of her. She was so smart and articulate, but that also makes it a challenge to follow her through all the incidents in her life. We have to imagine what she would have done had she had to deal with any one of these difficulties. This film works very well. We know Borden was intelligent. We have seen that she was a consummate socialite, and she was always the star. We know she was also good at law. We know she was a remarkable person, but we have also seen this. She was also a gifted artist, an accomplished cook, an eloquent speaker, a poet, a scholar, a diplomat, and a mother. In short, she was a very, very talented individual. So this documentary is an interesting enterprise that can be interesting to the viewers. It also includes interviews with her sister and her husband. But it is not the documentary on her that is the most important part. The filmmakers have attempted to do a good job of showing how smart she was, how well she knew and knew the law, and how well she understood the world and how she did not just write her own history. It is the other half of the documentary that is most important. It is the story of her education, her preparation for law school, and how her experiences shaped her later life. In other words, the story of her life. It is the story of Lizzie Borden. To be successful in law, you must be both strong and resourceful. You must be capable of working with and behind those who are above you in authority. You must have the intellect of a young woman, but also the creativity, the curiosity, the independent spirit, and the ability to work independently. You must be able to see through the thick and thin of the people in front of you and, above all, you must be able to think for yourself and to do what is right and to do what is necessary to achieve the ends of justice and law. You must have the courage to stand up to the powerful, but also have the courage to stand up to the weak. This documentary does this well. It's interesting to watch the first person accounts of Borden's life, but what is most important is to watch the documentary, as we get a sense of Borden's intellectual prowess. She is always good at her job, as she seems to be able to draw from both the wisdom of her experiences and the cleverness of her intelligence. This is a very important documentary to see.

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Carol P.

This is an excellent documentary. It is a reminder of why it is important for America to have a national discussion about how to protect our water resources. It focuses on the American EPA and how the federal government has been ignoring the process for the public to hold the EPA accountable. A lot of people have been getting sick from contaminated water. Dr. Schreiber, who is an EPA scientist is standing up to the EPA and urging them to take action. This is a really good documentary that gives you a sense of how the EPA is doing the science and the process. It is very interesting to see the reaction of the EPA to this issue. The film is very informative and you will see that the EPA has been ignoring the science. They have not done the proper research on this issue. Dr. Schreiber said that the EPA doesn't understand the issue, that it is not science, but rather politics and ideology. He points out that they have been ignoring all the research that has been done, and they are not willing to be open about it. They don't want to deal with it. They don't want to admit that there is a problem, because they fear that it will change their position on climate change. It's a sad situation, but it is something that the public has a right to know about. I hope that this film encourages more Americans to stand up and say that they want to see action taken.

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Carolyn Banks

This documentary is not about the art form of jazz, but more about how the money made from it is spent and how it impacts people and the way they perceive things. This film includes interviews with former musicians, major producers, artists and executives of music and jazz. While the film does not make any political statements, it does present the financial angle of the industry, which is the real story of the industry. People who worked in the business of music and jazz are interviewed in detail, even those who have never touched the stage, but it is very revealing. There is one scene in particular that includes a musician who seems like an idealistic man, but who shows his true colors when his friend sells out. The final scene shows the disappointment in the face of this friend who leaves the business he once knew so well, and how it affects the musician's life. The film is very thorough, and is very informative about the business of music and jazz. However, it does not have the intensity of 'Music from An Elephant's Ear'. The film also does not have the high production values of 'Music From An Elephant's Ear'. The whole film does seem to be a bit of a mess at times, which I think is deliberate, because it is part of a long series of films that should have a lot more structure and finish with a good finish.

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Nathan H.

The history of racial prejudice in America. The cover looks like a real documentary, but its not. I thought this might be another movie about slavery, but its not. Its a movie about racism. The people interviewed are just actors. The movie is mainly about racism, but I found it very interesting. The movie is not like a documentary, so its not a good idea to watch it twice. You will need to watch it a few times to get the whole story. It seems to be the only one made on this topic. There is a lot of problems with racism. But the movie shows how the movie "Bell Curve" is misleading.

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Mark B.

It's a pretty amazing documentary, but I wish it would have had a little more going on. The first half is really great, but it doesn't go into as much detail as it could have, and only goes to show the changes that the police had to make in order to become a "pre-cursor." The second half is more of a look at the process of getting the film made, and the changes that the police had to make in order to be the first in showing what was going on, and it seemed they went through a lot of major, and small changes, as they went from playing a tape of the original tapes to playing other people's tapes, and on and on. I felt it was a little too short and not enough back story was told, so I would have really enjoyed seeing more of the changes they had to make. All in all, a pretty awesome documentary, but it doesn't go into as much detail as it could have, and even though it is great to see the history of how they changed things, I didn't really feel it was enough. I recommend this to anyone who is interested in the changes that were made in the early days of 911.

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Gregory J.

In a nutshell: The love of a man for his deceased wife and the subsequent reluctance of his ex-wife to support him after he is unable to make up his mind on who should be his successor. Not much of a plot, just a handful of thoughts. The movie is, if anything, slightly more telling and sympathetic than the subject matter. The director does not go for dramatic effect, rather he illustrates the difficulty of such a situation. There are some entertaining sequences of people walking or even riding bicycles, which were obviously not shown in the official doc. Other than that, though, the movie is rather boring. I was glad when the movie ended. It showed that for all the pain and suffering a widow must endure, for all the money and resources her ex-husband spent to support her, her family and her children, he could not choose her successor.

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Kathryn Silva

I have just seen this film on the news and was really impressed. The director, the cinematographer and the writer are all excellent. I have been a fan of Clint Eastwood for years and was very happy to see him do a documentary about his life. I would have liked to have seen a more complete interview with Eastwood's mother, but I am sure that would have been a very difficult interview. The director also did an excellent job of showing the life of a very successful actor and a very successful man. It is a very interesting story. I hope to see more films from this director.

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For anyone who still hasn't seen "Under the Wire" I can say without any doubt that you need to watch it as soon as possible. The film is well written and very well put together. It is very important for a film to be relevant to the times in which it was made. It is also important for a film to be entertaining. This is something that the original "Under the Wire" didn't do well. While I didn't hate the movie, I definitely think it is a better film than the recent "Under the Wire". While the movie isn't as good as the original it is still very entertaining. The idea of a drug war doesn't come out of nowhere. There are more and more violent drug wars going on in the world. There is no reason why a movie should have to have the character dealing with the drugs. That's just how it is. I do have a problem with the fact that there was no main character that you can really connect to. Yes there was a love story but it isn't really that interesting. The movie had a very good message to tell but it was a bit of a downer at times. While the movie has a few good lines, most of the dialogue was very dull. There are some good jokes and some good lines but most of the lines were very dull and quite honestly I would not put myself into the person's shoes when the film ended. The movie was well put together and had many interesting parts. Overall the movie is very good. It is well put together and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who hasn't seen it. 8/10

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This is a very good film with all the right parts. I've always been fascinated by the history of London and the history of many things. The location was amazing and is often ignored, so this film is a very important documentary. All the actors and actresses were fantastic in their roles. I wish I could have seen more of them in person. The story was exciting, realistic, and the overall picture is one of hope and recovery. I think this film is a great representation of the changing face of this wonderful city. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about the history of London. I found this film to be very realistic and there was no sex, violence, or profanity. It was very educational. The camerawork was also very interesting, and it made the documentary more interesting. The main problem was that it wasn't long enough, but it had great elements, so I recommend it.

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Like others, I was shocked at the amount of violence on display in this documentary. It is sad and somewhat pointless to watch. Even though the subject matter is sad and unnecessary, I still found it interesting. First, I found the filming and editing of the documentary to be good, but there were some instances where I felt like I was just being presented information. I think they could have been a little clearer. I also don't know if they really got everything that they were trying to get across, but it did get them talking. I also thought the music used in the documentary was very catchy. I didn't know it was from the band at the time, but they did really well with what they had. If you've got nothing else to watch, this documentary is worth a watch.

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The first and the most obvious problem with this documentary is that it's highly problematic. The first part of the film focuses on how a street gang works in a controlled environment, but in reality that's only the beginning. The second part of the film is about the central gang leader, known only by the name 'Al'. As he's both in charge and the leader of the gang, he's constantly on the run from his rival, 'Ronson', who's running a small and dangerous gang of his own. The film does not do this at all. Instead, we are treated to a documentary which manages to be a propaganda for Al's gang, showing him on stage and in the streets, proudly, and sometimes openly as the gang's leader. This film is full of shots of his gang on the run, although in reality they do not do much other than harassing women, or gang members of rival gangs. The third and last part of the film deals with the gang's internal struggle and conflict within Al, as the rival gang leader tries to manipulate him into something he doesn't want. The problem is that it all comes across as a small, petty and meaningless subplot. The portrayal of the gang and their internal struggles is shown in a very superficial and passive way, and the overall effect is to make the film seem less interesting and less political than it really is. Overall, the film is a useful guide to the workings of gangs and the life of gangs in general, but it's really not much more than that. In terms of the director's intentions, the subject matter is certainly a strong enough reason to watch this film. Still, if you're not going to get much out of this film, you won't have much of an argument against paying to watch it. As it is, this is a highly entertaining film which manages to avoid the pitfalls of the subject matter without falling into the trap of being manipulative and ineffective.

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After watching the movie "Under the Wire" I really liked it. I enjoyed the screenplay, especially the transitions. I really enjoyed the music. I thought the music fit the mood of the movie, and really captured the mood of the time period of the movie. In conclusion, this was a movie which I thought was really good. I will definitely be watching this movie again. I also liked the way they changed the name of the movie to "Under the Wire." It was a better title, as it fit the movie perfectly. In conclusion, I really liked the movie "Under the Wire" and I would definitely recommend it to anybody who is into movies. There was one thing that I would say, though. I felt the cast was a little to one dimensional. I think that a lot of the actors should have played more characters. You really feel like you're watching a single character play many roles. I think if they put more actors into the movie they would really enhance the movie. I felt like I should have seen more characters play more roles, even though I was pretty invested in the movie. Overall, I thought that the movie was very good. I would definitely recommend this movie to anyone who wants to see a movie with a message. It is a movie that I think would be very valuable to people who want to learn something about the Vietnam War. I give the movie a 7 out of 10. It really is a movie which I would really recommend to anyone who likes movies.

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One thing I've learned over the years is the difference between a documentary and a documentary. The former is more of a glimpse into a subject, rather than a narrative for the viewer. This documentary does a good job of showing the reality behind certain aspects of the Cajun culture and making you wonder what you could have done to be different. As a young adult, I didn't take it as anything other than a documentary and was impressed. The music by Dan Deering and Rhonda Smith also adds a lot to the documentary. If you're a Cajun, I'd recommend this documentary.

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How many times can you watch a film and go, "Man, I coulda done this better," and then repeat it? Well, never. But then again, sometimes you could. "Dazed and Confused" was the "ultimate" film, in my opinion. I think it's about time we had a film about being in college, and being in a small town. Being a rock star on the road is very different than being in college. I've been to several film festivals, and there are a lot of "hard to find" films. There's a good reason for that, if you ask me. For some of these films, the film is all about the director. If you want to see a film that's also about the director, then you should watch this film. It's not a film about the filmmaker, it's the director. The only real difference between this film and the others is that the director didn't put in one film a day. This is a very personal film. It's a film about two people, a rock star, and a college student, in the 70's. This film is unique, because it's an autobiography, and you see the behind the scenes of the making of the film. All of these things were put into this film. I felt that it was very informative, because it's just an incredibly personal story. For some of the other films that I have watched, you could tell, if you know who the director is, that they were not that good. This is the first one I've seen that was, by far, the best. This film, if you watch it, you'll get more than what you paid for, but then again, I think the majority of us probably didn't pay enough for this film.

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William D.

This documentary is really interesting. It covers a lot of the same ground as the movie, but the film is much more interesting. It's interesting to see the history of the film and the film makers. It's interesting to see the interviewees and the film makers talk about what they did with the film and what they were doing after the film. The film makers talk about how they were able to do the interviews, how they got the footage, and how they made the film. It's a really good documentary, but the film is not really for the people who have never seen a documentary before. It's for the people who have seen a lot of documentaries, and really like documentaries, and like to hear the interviews with the film makers. The film is also very well done. It's very well shot, the editing is very good, and the music is very good. It's very well done, and I think it's a very good documentary. I think it's worth seeing.

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Mildred Davis

I have seen this film at least twice and have to say I have to say it is a great documentary. It is based on a true story. It is not a documentary about the death penalty, but it does touch on the subject. It is a very well done documentary and it has a very good story to tell. I would recommend this film to anyone. I would like to see it again and again.

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Anna Fox

I'd seen the film and read the book so I wasn't sure what to expect. I liked it a lot more than I thought I would. The characters are interesting and all the actors do an excellent job. They are all as likable as you can get and the supporting cast are all great. There is a lot of humor to be found in the film but it is not gratuitous. I'd never heard of the character of Joyce before, but I liked her just the same. I was surprised at the diversity of the characters, all of whom were well acted and nicely put together. I'd recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the history of Prohibition and the social issues it touched upon.

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In the end, the film was a great film. The film gave me a lot of information about what goes on behind the scenes. I was very impressed with the way that the film was put together. The editing was great, the cinematography was excellent, and the acting was great. The actors were great, especially Ray Liotta, who I have always thought was a great actor. The director, who is also the cinematographer, did a great job with the film. The film was a great film, and I highly recommend it.