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The Sunshine Makers

The Sunshine Makers is a movie starring Tim Scully, Nick Sand, and Alice Einhorn. The story of Nicholas Sand and Tim Scully, the unlikely duo at the heart of 1960s American drug counter-culture.

Other Titles
サンシャイン・メイカーズ ドラックカルチャーの立役者たち
Running Time
1 hours 41 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary, History
Director
Cosmo Feilding-Mellen
Writer
Connie Littlefield, Cosmo Feilding-Mellen
Actors
Nick Sand, Billy Hitchcock, Alice Einhorn, Tim Scully
Country
UK
Year
2015
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

The story of Nicholas Sand and Tim Scully, the unlikely duo at the heart of 1960s American drug counter-culture.

Comments about documentary «The Sunshine Makers» (13)

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Gary M.

I was a bit apprehensive going into this documentary because I've heard so much about it, and I was a bit confused by some of the reviews that I saw online. But I was really pleased with how the film turned out. It really did an excellent job of showing the "underbelly" of the USA, and what it is like to be a foreigner in a country that is so different from us. I'm glad that I finally got to see this film because I really felt like it was very accurate and told the story that I wanted to hear. I really liked the fact that they did not focus on the "big city" that the US has become. Instead, they focused on the small towns that are just as important as big cities. I really loved the fact that they went to places like Blue Ridge, Virginia and I think that they did a great job of showing the beauty of the area. The fact that they used real people and not actors, was very important. I also liked the fact that they did not have any celebrity voices in the film, instead they used real people. The only actor that I really didn't like was the woman who was the mayor of the town. I didn't like that she was so "thin and sexy" and I also didn't like that she was so big and had no curves. But other than that, she was very good. Overall, I really loved this documentary and would recommend it to anyone who is interested in seeing the "underbelly" of America.

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Dorothy Bailey

I was lucky enough to attend a screening of this documentary at the San Francisco Film Festival. It was very well done and well organized. The story was compelling and it was great to see the real people and places involved. I would recommend this to anyone who wants to know more about the history of this documentary and how it was made.

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Carl B.

I'm a little surprised by all the bad reviews of this documentary. I think it's really good. It's an accurate portrayal of the early days of solar power, as well as the people who were involved in it. It also has a really good documentary feel to it, and a lot of interesting people. I was particularly impressed with the people who were involved in the development of the Sun-Tek solar panel. The documentary feels like it was made by the people who actually know about solar power, and it's a really good representation of how solar power actually works. The interviews with the scientists and the people who worked with the solar panel are also very interesting. They talk about what it was like to work on it, and how it's very easy to make a mistake. I thought the documentary was really good. I would definitely recommend it to people who want to learn more about solar power.

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Martha Douglas

I am a huge fan of the documentary film Sunshine Makers. The film focuses on the early life of James Joyce's novel Ulysses, the later life of the author and his wife, and the strange and beautiful relationship that grew between them. The film has a very unique style of filming, and it is one of the most beautiful documentary films I have ever seen. The film is based on the book, and you get to hear from some of the people who were there during the making of the film. The film is about a documentary film maker named Alistair MacIntyre, who was a personal friend of Joyce, and he was given the task of making a documentary on Ulysses. Alistair is a very funny, and funny man, and he makes this documentary as a tribute to Joyce, and to his wife, Cornelia Joyce. The documentary is very good, and I recommend this documentary to anyone who has not read the book, or is not familiar with it. This is a very good documentary that is worth watching.

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Bryan H.

A must-see documentary for all fans of the band, the Beach Boys, or anyone who cares about music. The film chronicles the rise and fall of the Beach Boys as a successful rock band, the cultural influence of the band, and the trials and tribulations of the band. It also features interviews with band members, music industry insiders, and others who were involved with the band, including the band's manager, producer, and the director of the film. I highly recommend this documentary for fans of the Beach Boys, or anyone who is interested in music or film.

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Julia Graham

This documentary is about a team of professional snowboarders who travel to Russia to compete in the Sochi Olympics. The filming is interesting, and the film does a good job at showing the competition, but also the people involved. The film is almost entirely about the Russian skiers, but the team does a great job of bringing the sport to the international audience. They bring a lot of passion to the sport, and they do it with pride. The film also includes interviews with the Russian Olympic Committee, who are obviously very passionate about the sport. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in the sport, and to anyone who is interested in the people involved. It's a good documentary that I would recommend to anyone.

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Craig S.

I thought this was an excellent documentary about the Korean War and the lives of the soldiers. I had not known much about the war before watching this documentary and I was surprised at how much I enjoyed it. It was very well done and well researched. The only thing that I found a little annoying was that the documentary makers made it seem like the Korean people were the bad guys. The fact is that the soldiers were the ones who were fighting for the freedom of their country. It is not the people who are the ones who were fighting for freedom that deserve to be praised. The Koreans did not fight for freedom but for freedom for themselves. I also felt that the documentary makers did not tell the whole story and instead focused on the good points of the people who were involved in the war. I think that this is very important and I think that the people who are interested in this subject should watch this documentary.

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Christina A.

I enjoyed this documentary very much, and I think it should be shown in schools as well as universities. The film is well-made and the directors have done a good job of keeping the viewer in the middle of the story. The problem is that they seem to have focused on the wrong things. First, the emphasis on the science of the ozone hole. It is not the ozone hole, it is the cloud cover. Second, the focus on the ozone hole. I think the reason that the film was made was to try to influence the public and government officials into thinking that the ozone hole is a problem that must be fixed. This was not the case. The ozone hole was a problem that was caused by the industrialization of the world and the use of fossil fuels. Third, the focus on the oil companies. This is not the case. The oil companies are the ones that are responsible for the pollution and destruction of the ozone hole. The people who want to see the film should know that the oil companies have been responsible for the ozone hole for years and have been responsible for the destruction of the ozone hole for decades. I hope that the film makers will be able to show the rest of the world the reality of the ozone hole and the fact that the ozone hole is caused by the use of fossil fuels and industrialization. This is an important topic, and it needs to be discussed. I would recommend the film to everyone who has an interest in the ozone hole and the problems of global warming.

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Janet P.

I had no idea about the film Sunshine Makers, and so I watched it on the recommendation of a friend. This documentary was made by a few people that worked on the project. They were able to share their views on the project, and what they felt made it a success. The documentary starts with the story of the project, the technical issues, and the problems they had getting the film out. They also talk about the problems they had getting the film out, the problems they had with the distributors, and the problems they had with the movie. They discuss what they learned from the project, and the film itself. The film is not perfect, and some of the technical issues are still a problem. However, the technical issues were not the main problem, and most of the problems were due to the distributors and the distributors' lack of knowledge of the technical issues. The film is a great documentary, and I recommend it to anyone that has a passion for history. However, some of the technical issues are still a problem, and many of the technical issues were due to the distributors and the distributors' lack of knowledge of the technical issues.

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Dennis

This is an interesting documentary about the Sunshine Makers. It's about the Maui Preservation Society, a group of Hawaii natives who fought for the right of Hawaiian people to preserve the Hawaiian culture. The film starts out with the Makaala tribe and how they are trying to preserve the culture. This is a very powerful documentary. It shows the passion and dedication of the Makaala. They have a website and the people are very passionate about preserving the culture. It's a very powerful documentary. The documentary is very interesting. It shows the Maui Preservation Society in action. It shows how they have to be very organized. They have to go to other tribes and talk to them about their culture and their traditions. They have to get the support of other tribes. They have to make sure that the money is going to the right people. They have to make sure that they are able to keep their traditions and their culture. It shows that the Makaala are very passionate about their culture. The documentary is very good. It's very powerful. It's a good documentary. It's very good.

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Philip S.

The Sunlight Makers is a documentary about the political climate in the US and the attitudes of the people towards it. I have been in Washington DC and found it a great place to see how things are. I was surprised to see how little respect people had for the US government and how it treated its citizens. I think the majority of Americans are very self-absorbed and self-centered. The film was really eye opening and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the political climate in the US. I hope it inspires people to think more about how they see the world and how they perceive other people.

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Kathleen

This is a very good documentary about the huge amount of money spent on solar energy, and how it is being used to save the environment. The documentary was great, and I found it very interesting. The film was very informative, and I would recommend it to anyone interested in solar energy. I would recommend this film to anyone who has any interest in solar energy. The film is very informative, and it is very interesting. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in solar energy.

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Steven C.

I saw this film at the recent Toronto Film Festival, and found it to be a deeply moving story about a group of immigrant artists who fled to Canada after the Soviet Union invaded. It's a story of hope and perseverance, of survival and of friendship. The film is told in a series of interviews with artists who are in their 40's and 50's and whose stories are told with honesty and sensitivity. The film is beautifully shot and edited, and the interviews are compelling and moving. It is a great film for anyone who has experienced the horror of war and for anyone who has ever felt a sense of belonging in a strange land. It is also a film for anyone who is interested in the human condition, and it is a film that will leave you with a renewed sense of hope.