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Ver Restless Creature: Wendy Whelan

Restless Creature: Wendy Whelan is a movie starring Peter Martins and Wendy Whelan. Documentary on the great American Ballerina Wendy Whelan

Linda Saffire, Adam Schlesinger
Wendy Whelan, Peter Martins

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Thursday, 25 Jun 2020 03:27

I enjoyed this documentary so much that I decided to write a review on IMDb. I am amazed that this film has such a low rating. I think the reason that this film has a low rating is because people were expecting a scientific documentary about the biological basis of consciousness and how our lives are based on the biological essence of our mind. This is not the case. I liked the fact that this film did not try to explain the meaning of life, but instead just showed a few examples of how our thoughts are based on the fundamental essence of our minds. I think this documentary is also very relevant to me. I am interested in the topic of evolution because I am a member of the M.A.A.R.E. Society and also because I have been studying this subject for over ten years. I really appreciate that this documentary showed how the "brain is the only organ in the body that is truly separate from the rest of the body" and how the body is responsible for the brain. I also appreciated the fact that the director tried to answer some questions that people had on this topic, but in a very scientific way. I really appreciate that this documentary is free for all to view and that the director was not able to pay for the film. This is why I felt that this documentary was so great. This documentary is extremely informative and very important for people to see. It is very difficult to talk about our life without talking about our bodies and brains. I hope that people will see this documentary and decide to go to the doctor about this issue.
Friday, 10 Apr 2020 06:33

I really enjoyed this documentary, which seemed to be set at a very high level of production. It is a wonderful insight into the lives of those who are battling addiction, especially with those who have lost their homes, children, and jobs. It gives insight into the people involved and what drives them. The documentary focuses on a group of people who were really trying to get through life and then found themselves in a situation that they didn't want to be in, and then they ended up getting help. It shows the personal stories and what made them decide to get help. It is a great insight into the people involved and what drove them to get help. I was pleasantly surprised at how well made this documentary was. It has a really nice flow to it, which makes it easy to follow. It also does a great job of staying in the background, but not taking away from the main story. It does a good job of not being preachy and just letting the people speak for themselves. The documentary is not about the story, but rather the people who are affected by addiction. It focuses on a few people, but it does not focus on the whole story, which is what this documentary is about. I think that this documentary would be great for someone who wants to understand the problems that people who are addicted to drugs go through, or to anyone who has been in the situation. It is an amazing insight into what motivates people to get help and how it impacts them. It is a very informative documentary that is well done. The acting in the documentary was very well done, and I thought that the production value was very high. The photography was also very good, and the editing was also very good. Overall, this documentary was great, and I would recommend it to anyone.

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