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NightLights is a movie starring Shawna Waldron, Stephen Louis Grush, and Kate Black-Spence. Erin Logan lives with and provides for her twin brother Jacob, who is severely affected by autism. After she stumbles into chances for love...

Genres
Drama
Director
David Midell
Starring
Kate Black-Spence, Leslie Easterbrook, Stephen Louis Grush, Shawna Waldron

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Genres Drama
Director David Midell
Writer David Midell, Adam Dick, Nick Izzo
Stars Kate Black-Spence, Leslie Easterbrook, Stephen Louis Grush, Shawna Waldron
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 37 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Erin Logan lives with and provides for her twin brother Jacob, who is severely affected by autism. After she stumbles into chances for love and friendship, she is forced to confront what it means to have a good life, and whether she can care for her brother and for herself at the same time.

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Monday, 30 Mar 2020 11:54

In the last few years the stories of pedophilia and the bestiality have become so numerous and so prevalent that they've had enough of their own to start a movement that tries to raise awareness of the problem and thus starts a movement. Unfortunately the man who brought it to my attention is Richard Garriot, the director of this documentary. He uses the term "bestiality" as a cheap, if not outright slander, to the horror genre of "Punishment" (1980), one of the most disturbing movies ever made. He also goes to great lengths to dismiss "Punishment" as "child porn". He also makes the mistake of using the word "pedophile" in the same sentence with the word "pedo" (that is one of the very few times I've ever seen such a ridiculousness on the screen). "Punishment" is a movie that I watched with my teenage daughters. In the beginning of the film the mother of the main character, Christine (Rachel Weisz) asks her young daughter, Maddie, "What's it like to be a girl?" Maddie's answer is: "Well, the world is a horrible place, I'm not sure how I can describe it. And sometimes, just sometimes, I like it." That line made me shiver in the pit of my stomach and made me shake my head in disbelief. In the end of the film, the mother tells her daughter, "I hope that you will grow up to be a person that people will look up to." Maddie responds, "You know, I've never been one to look up to anyone." "Punishment" is one of the most disturbing movies I have ever seen. I don't know if Garriot is making an attempt to scare people with the subject matter or if he just doesn't care. If the latter, then he should stop using the word "pedophile" in his documentary. It's a shame that the film is not really a documentary. I was shocked at how much I enjoyed this movie, so much that I've watched it about 10 times now. I hope this is not the only documentary Garriot has made in the past few years.


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