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The Witness is a movie starring William Genovese, Shannon Beeby, and Kitty Genovese. The brother of Kitty Genovese investigates the circumstances of her murder and the truth of the story that dozens of locals witnessed the crime and...

Genres
Mystery, Crime, Documentary, Biography
Director
James D. Solomon
Starring
Kitty Genovese, Shannon Beeby, Winston Moseley, William Genovese

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Product details

Genres Mystery, Crime, Documentary, Biography
Director James D. Solomon
Writer William Genovese, Russell Greene, James D. Solomon, Gabriel Rhodes
Stars Kitty Genovese, Shannon Beeby, Winston Moseley, William Genovese
Country USA
Also Known As 37 Tavse vidner, Martorul
Runtime 1 h 29 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 The brother of Kitty Genovese investigates the circumstances of her murder and the truth of the story that dozens of locals witnessed the crime and did nothing to intervene.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 30 Jun 2020 10:19

A movie made on the basis of the real story of the deaths of thousands of young women in the early years of the seventies. There were many deaths in the group, of course, but we don't know what happened to all of them, only what we see on screen. But it's hard to watch and hard to be objective about. It's easy to compare the movie to the real thing, and it's easy to condemn it. But the film is a testimony. This is the story of a little group of people. It's a lot of women, of all ages. They had everything they needed, but they had no help, no support. They had no direction. No one who could have helped. They were desperate, and they took desperate measures to survive. They were forced to be "the witnesses" - to testify. But they had no control over the process. They were completely helpless, and they had no choice but to be silent. The life of a teenage girl was a life of pain and desperation. There is no hope for them. It was a terrible thing to witness. But they were the only people who knew. That was the truth. That was the tragedy of the movie. We see them, we feel their pain. It is a great film. It's a must-see. But it's not a documentary. It's not a movie. It's a documentary about a woman's nightmare. But I'm not sure if the film is truthful. There are a few things that are not quite right. The case of the teenager who committed suicide, for example. The teenager didn't just disappear. She was found by a janitor in the kitchen of the church where the group met. It was actually a janitor who was also a teacher at the school. The police didn't believe that she committed suicide. We saw that she was arrested and tried as an adult, but she was released from the hospital on bail. It was never explained why she had been released. The people who were supposed to be her witnesses never testified. And there is another disturbing aspect to this story. We see that the women were not respected as human beings. Some of them were mistreated. There was an incident where a mother was kicked out of her house and told she couldn't have her daughter anymore. The mother was told that her daughter would be sent to a girls school. In fact, she was sent to a girls school where the headmistress had previously been a nun. This is the story of the "women's mill". It was a place where women could be forced to become prostitutes. There was a lot of sexual abuse, and the girls were forced to have sex with as many men as they could. We see that women were used as a source of sexual gratification. It was not a choice. The people who were supposed to be witnesses were not respected. We saw the "women's mill" as a place where people were forced to be prostitutes. But there is also a story of the young woman who committed suicide. She was in her thirties and had just been released from prison. Her life was turned upside down. She was forced to be a prostitute. She was promised money to stop her work, but she was denied it. She was promised money, but she
Sunday, 24 May 2020 01:18

The reason I picked this film up in the first place was because of the character of Bob Duvall. I am not a fan of Mr. Duvall and have had trouble seeing him in anything he has been in. But, I am glad to say that he does an excellent job here. His voice is very difficult to hear but that is not the main problem. The main problem with Duvall is that he is often the victim of the obvious propaganda the church is trying to push in the public. This is especially true in the case of Robert King, the man Duvall claims has lied. It's a strange world in which Bob Duvall is living. He is the man who made his own documentary about a murder and after watching it, Duvall decided he didn't want to be on camera anymore. In the film he says that he wants to get out of his "ghetto" and into the mainstream. This is what Bob Duvall is fighting for, the right to be heard. But it is not an easy road to travel. He is constantly being called names and being told to "shut up" and even the people in his life do not want to listen. So, we are introduced to him at a point in his life when he is dealing with the death of his son. Duvall is just an old man and doesn't have the right to talk about this. But, this is the point in his life where he needs to do so. He does his best to be a good father and husband and to raise his son. But, this is the point in his life where he is trying to do this so much that he is almost sick of it. The film is a good documentary on Duvall's life. It is difficult to watch at times but I was glad I watched it. It is an interesting and entertaining film.
Sunday, 17 May 2020 12:20

I just saw the documentary on this film, and was shocked at the depth of the information given about the JFK assassination, as well as the family's battle to get it made. The first thing that jumped out at me is that the documentary only follows the family members for the last two years of their lives. This allowed me to understand more about the family and the reason behind the not being allowed to release the documentary. The documentary does a fantastic job of getting you to understand the fight between the family and the government. It also shows the good things that came from the family's fight, such as their love of music, the amazing home, and the joy that comes with being a single parent. The documentary also includes some of the people involved with the assassination, such as Mark Lane, and that helps you understand the importance of the witnesses to the assassination. I was also impressed with the strength of the family's fight, and the fact that they are not just children, but a single parent with two beautiful kids, as well as being a successful musician. This documentary also shows the amount of time the family and the government spent trying to keep the family secret, which also showed the incredible effort that the family put in to keep the family secret, as well as the great amount of time that the family spent trying to keep the truth from the public. The documentary also gave a lot of information on the many conspiracy theories surrounding the assassination. I was also impressed by the research that was done on the theories that the family had to go through, as well as the many things that they did to try to find the truth. The documentary also showed a lot of research and investigation that the family did to try to find the truth, which made me really happy about the fact that the family's fight was successful. Overall, the documentary was extremely well done, and I am glad that I watched it, as it helped me understand a lot more about the story that was behind the assassination, as well as the family's fight to get the documentary made. I also think that this documentary was a great way to show that family members have a lot of power and that they can make a difference. Overall, I give this documentary an 8/10.
Wednesday, 22 Apr 2020 20:14

The film tells the story of the notorious sex killer John Wayne Gacy, a man who terrorized his neighbourhood for years with a string of gruesome murders and mutilations. What I enjoyed most about the film was the depiction of the victims. It was a simple, yet powerful image of the people he terrorized. What made the film especially interesting was the way that the survivors, those who witnessed his crimes, were portrayed. The children in the film were portrayed as innocent victims of this monster. For example, Mary Lou, who was only 15 when she was raped and killed, was portrayed as a bright-eyed innocent, who didn't deserve to die. Similarly, the youth who witnessed the murders was portrayed as a young man who was clearly not responsible for his crimes, and that he was the victim of a horrific abuse. While it was a painful film to watch, I found it to be incredibly informative. In addition to the people who were affected by John Wayne Gacy, the film also included the stories of those who knew him, who were equally disturbed by his crimes. They were not only made to suffer, but were also punished for their crimes. The film also revealed the violence and brutality that the man inflicted on his victims. The audience was not only made to feel the pain of the victims, but were also told how they were treated, with one of the worst scenes in the film being a naked girl being raped and beaten by a large gang of kids, who are seemingly laughing at the women's pain. The film also included interviews with the police who were also completely shocked and shocked by the crimes that were committed by Gacy. In addition to the victims, the film also included the people who were present during the crimes, and was very well done. The camera was in close-up on some of the survivors, and there were some great, subtle shots of the crimes and the police cars that were following the Gacy family as they went to the funeral of the last victim. The director, Walter Fonda, did a great job of telling the story of the Gacy family, and telling the audience the stories of the victims. The only real complaint I had with the film was the inclusion of the murder of a child, which was very well done. However, the film was very well-acted, and made the viewer feel for the victims. The violence was extremely graphic, and there was a lot of blood, but it was done in a realistic way. I recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about the Gacy family, or who is interested in the victims and their stories.


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