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Dina is a movie starring Dina Buno, Scott Levin, and Frank Costanzo. An eccentric suburban woman and a Walmart door greeter navigate their evolving relationship in this unconventional love story.

Genres
Documentary
Director
Dan Sickles, Antonio Santini
Starring
Scott Levin, Jeannie Levin, Frank Costanzo, Dina Buno

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Genres Documentary
Director Dan Sickles, Antonio Santini
Stars Scott Levin, Jeannie Levin, Frank Costanzo, Dina Buno
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 43 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 An eccentric suburban woman and a Walmart door greeter navigate their evolving relationship in this unconventional love story.

Top reviews

Sunday, 21 Jun 2020 20:33

This is one of those documentaries that you feel compelled to see, no matter how much you think you know about this subject. If you are a person who has always been interested in music and the arts, then this is the movie for you. It is a fascinating documentary about the music of Joe Strummer and the man who played in his band, but it is also a deeply personal story about the life of Dina Behrman. This documentary tells the story of Dina's journey from the small town in Wisconsin to London to Paris to New York City to Los Angeles to Los Angeles again to Nashville to Los Angeles to London to Australia and finally to the West Coast to California. And to see it, you really need to be a person who has been into music and a person who has been into the world of the arts. The way this documentary tells the story is with a lot of archival footage, which has the best of Dina on the screen. You will see her performing in her early days and her encounters with other artists in her life. Dina has a wonderful sense of humor and she is a very generous person. She is a very warm person and she gives her life to the music she loves and she will tell you about it in her own words. This documentary tells a story that is very personal and it is the story of a woman who loved music and who loved her own life. There is a lot of documentary footage with interviews, but in my opinion, the best part is the interviews with the people who knew Dina before she was famous. These interviews are really interesting, but they are also really moving and moving, but you really have to listen to them to understand what Dina really meant to them. I really recommend this documentary. It is a very unique story and the best part is that you don't have to know anything about Dina Behrman's life to understand it.
Saturday, 13 Jun 2020 18:11

I just came from seeing this film at the San Francisco International Film Festival, and it was fantastic! I think everyone who is a fan of history, and even more everyone who is not, should see this film. It is not a documentary, but an observational study of what life was like in the 19th century, during the American Civil War. I was very impressed by this film. As a history teacher, I have found that history classes often leave me with a lot of information and not much of an understanding of what it means. I was very surprised to see a film that I would consider being a "formula" of what history is. I was a little concerned that it would be overly long, but it was just a wonderful way to educate students on the importance of historical accuracy, and just how important it is to understand how history is made. It also gave me a new perspective on the Civil War, and the role that many different factions played in this story. I really enjoyed seeing the many different perspectives that the filmmakers had on the story. I especially liked the fact that the film showed how the settlers did not want to have slavery on their land. It was also interesting to see the differences between the different races in this period of history, and how the different factions became divided over slavery. Overall, this was a great film. I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in learning about the American Civil War. It was extremely well done, and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who is interested in the American Civil War. I highly recommend this film, and I hope that more people see it, and learn about this important period of American history. I also hope that this film will inspire others to become more informed about this important period of history. I am so grateful for this film, and I hope that more people will see it and learn about the Civil War.
Thursday, 11 Jun 2020 03:25

I never really thought much of this documentary, and it seemed to me to be a bit of a waste of time. I mean, the film is a couple of hours long, but the events it documents are so mundane and predictable that it feels like it's not really worth the effort. The themes are also pretty boring. Basically, this movie is about the great-grandparents of a group of wealthy people that are getting a lot of their money from the stock market. They have more money than they know what to do with, and they all want a better life for themselves and their children. It's not a bad idea, really. And it's not hard to see why they all want a better life for their children. But the documentary gets bogged down at the end in a discussion about what to do with the money. There's this discussion about the stock market crash that's going on right now, and it goes on for a long time. Then there's this discussion about whether or not the rich should be allowed to retire at all. There's no mention of how this would impact the kids, or how the children would be affected by the wealth. And it's not even clear whether the rich should have to give up their pensions in order to have a better life. It's not clear how this would affect the rich parents' children, and how the kids would be affected by the wealth. It's a waste of time. I was actually disappointed by this documentary. There was no real argument, and there was nothing in the documentary that would make me actually care about the topic. It was just boring and predictable.


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