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God Knows Where I Am is a movie starring Kevin Carbone, Matthew Nelson, and Wayne DiGeronimo. Through diary entries, this documentary follows the life and death of homeless woman Linda Bishop and her struggles with starvation,...

History, Documentary, Biography, Mystery, Drama
Todd Wider, Jedd Wider
Kevin Carbone, Matthew Nelson, Wayne DiGeronimo, Brian Smith

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Genres History, Documentary, Biography, Mystery, Drama
Director Todd Wider, Jedd Wider
Stars Kevin Carbone, Matthew Nelson, Wayne DiGeronimo, Brian Smith
Country USA
Also Known As Bóg wie, gdzie jestem, Luoja ties missä minä olen, Gud vet var jag är
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 Linda Bishop was a loving mother, a well-educated and happy woman. Then her body was found in an abandoned New Hampshire farmhouse, marked by cold and starvation. What was once Linda Bishop had quickly become a mystery, accompanied by her diary that documents a journey of starvation and the loss of sanity. For nearly four months, Bishop, a prisoner of her own mind, survived on apples and rainwater during one of the coldest winters on record. Waiting for God to save her. As her story unfolds from different perspectives, including her own, we learn the heartbreaking reality about a systemic failure to protect those who cannot protect themselves.

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Thursday, 25 Jun 2020 05:27

At first it appeared that I was gonna have a tough time getting into this movie. I mean, it is not exactly a very popular film but as a documentary about the creation of Christianity I thought it was kind of pointless to watch it. So I didn't know how I would react to it. I was pleasantly surprised that I was entertained. The idea of this film is actually quite interesting. The entire movie is mostly in German. The English version is a translation of a book written by the person who directed this film, and the reason I say this is because the English version is actually pretty bad. It's not really that terrible, but it's not exactly good either. You can't help but feel that the movie would be better if it had subtitles and this is something that the German version is actually quite good at. So the German version is actually pretty good. It's not very intense, it's not very funny, it's not very original, but the documentary style is pretty interesting. It's not a documentary, it's more like a documentary film and it actually got me to go through the Bible to see what it was like in the first place. The film itself is pretty good. It is pretty good because it is not really boring at all, the director did a really good job at putting all the different things together. I also thought that the idea of this film was actually quite interesting. The bible is actually pretty interesting because the words it's written in really make you think about it. The idea of the movie is actually quite interesting because it kind of reveals what the Bible was really like. You can't just watch it because it's about the creation of Christianity because it actually gives you some idea of what Christianity was really like. It's not a great film, but I would recommend it to anyone who likes documentaries because it's actually pretty good.
Thursday, 11 Jun 2020 21:34

In a recent book, Al Gore's bio-pic about his wife's upbringing, he mentions that he met his future wife, Hillary, at an early age, by taking her to see a science-fiction film, Space Odyssey. He is forced to drive a bus in New York and the film cuts to images of him in space, exploring the cosmos. Later, at a memorial service for her father, Hillary takes the audience into the memories of his life. The film is set in the last days of Bill Clinton's presidency and shows his first months as president. The first scene, which is the first of the film, shows him staring at the television in the White House, while he works out in the White House gym. His personality is extremely evident in his first few weeks as president. He is very aggressive and rough, but has a softer side. He drinks heavily, and spends time with his girlfriend. This is seen in one scene when he is in the Oval Office, sitting behind his desk, his feet resting on the desk's arm rest. The most amazing moment of this film is the first time Bill Clinton speaks in public. The camera panning over his face, the old man is crying, and his eyes are wide open. It is a moment that will leave everyone in tears. This film is one of the best documentaries I have seen. It is an extremely well made film that gives insight to the most important issues of our time. It shows the situation of the environment, the environmental movement, the US's use of nuclear weapons, the economy and the world economy, and the economy in general. The acting is superb, with some of the best actors working on the film. It is a very realistic look into the modern world and the current situation of the world. It makes you very angry and the film is very violent, as shown in the rape scene. It is a must-see movie.
Friday, 05 Jun 2020 02:30

By virtue of the fact that this film was made in 2003, it is very hard for me to compare it to "A Christmas Carol." I only know a little of what Dickens wrote and what the novel was about, and only one thing is clear - it's a story about religious fanaticism and persecution. Since I don't know what the novel was about, I can't really comment on the relevance of this film to that story. I have watched it several times and I have yet to be bored, but I must say I think it's been an improvement over its original American theatrical incarnation. This version really captures the dark, disturbing nature of the story, the fact that the film was shot on film and the fact that it was shown on Christmas Day. When I first saw the TV adaptation, I was completely disgusted by the notion of it being on television for Christmas. There is not one person in the world that will sit through this film and enjoy it. And I was very disappointed that the script was rewritten to suit the American audience. I don't think the actors were given adequate material to play out the roles they were given. The film really does have a strong theme, but the movie fails to make that theme memorable because it isn't shown in a way that is meaningful to the viewers. It does have a strong message, but it doesn't leave the viewers with a lasting impression. The film is a disappointing version of the movie, but it is also a wonderful version of the story. This version is a good film, but it's not the version of the movie that should be shown to children.
Thursday, 07 May 2020 21:21

The overwhelming response to this documentary and movie has been to say that it was very good and that the film should be required viewing in every high school. (and I agree.anyone with a brain in their head will not want to miss this movie.) That's because this is a movie about a phenomenon that has existed in the United States for over a century. That's why it's so compelling. I think it's easy to overlook the fact that our country has a history of racism and discrimination. But the movie makes it clear that something is wrong in this country. The movie is about a group of black students who were sent into the segregated south for punishment and were traumatized by the experiences. The movie is also about the misfortunes of these kids, but in a way that is never gushing about their abuse. The movie is about their redemption. The movie is also about how this is being made into a movie. And it's easy to see how that would be difficult for a movie to make. Yet, I don't think it's all that difficult. In fact, the movie is pretty easy to watch. It is based on actual facts. The movie doesn't pretend to be a documentary, but it does offer a historical perspective of the issues discussed in the movie. There are some really powerful moments in the movie. One is the scene when they are leaving the house in the dead of winter. The kids are about to go out to the house and the father takes them back. He is dead, but his children are still alive. And they are not only able to talk to their father in a calm and respectful manner, but they are able to show him the love and affection he has given to them. It's very moving. The other powerful moment is when they are in the high school. The teacher, named Mrs. Frierson (played by Ann Dowd), goes to the lunch room to talk to them about the history of the lunch room. At this point, she has walked over two miles. I think the idea that Mrs. Frierson is able to walk that distance in under two hours is pretty amazing. So many high schools today don't have sufficient facilities. Some of them have no gymnasiums. Mrs. Frierson has been there for over 30 years. But, in this movie, we see how the school was built. We also see how it looks today. The movie doesn't dwell on that particular scene, but it does make it clear that the high school has been a really nice building and that it is an example of the kinds of things that are good in a school. This movie also makes a statement about race relations in this country. I have no idea if the movie is accurate, but it is an important movie and it is important to understand the history of this country.

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