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To Joey, with Love is a movie starring Heidi Feek, Hopie Feek, and Indiana Feek. This movie tells the story of the incredible Joey Feek and her amazing life. Filmed while battling cancer, Joey along with her family and friends show...

Genres
Documentary
Director
Rory Feek
Starring
Heidi Feek, Indiana Feek, Joey Feek, Hopie Feek

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Product details

Genres Documentary
Director Rory Feek
Writer Rory Feek
Stars Heidi Feek, Indiana Feek, Joey Feek, Hopie Feek
Country USA
Also Known As Z milosci do Joey, La canción de nuestra vida
Runtime 1 h 30 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 This movie tells the story of the incredible Joey Feek and her amazing life. Filmed while battling cancer, Joey along with her family and friends show you that it's not just physically healthy people who live healthy lives. Take a little time to laugh, smile, and cry with this amazing woman's journey and the goodbyes of her loving family when she decides to let the Lord lead her home.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 01 Apr 2020 20:53

I grew up in New York, in the Bronx and then in the South Bronx. I have spent the better part of my life fighting to get the word out about what the police are and what they are not, and how they have long been criminalizing a community for no apparent reason. This documentary is an incredible piece of work, not only in a documentary setting, but by the fact that it is both honest and an opinionated one. It not only documents the police brutality, but it documents the drug dealing and gang violence that has devastated the community for so long. It not only brings out the truths, but it also shows the pain that has been brought upon the residents of the Bronx by the police and by the community itself. It was interesting to see the police portrayed as the bad guys. They are NOT, they are the victims, and they have to live with the consequences for years, if not decades. It was very interesting to hear the police officers say that they do not have to show their faces, that they have the right to do whatever they want to the community, and that they will not stop the drugs from flowing. This film is not about the police, it is about the community, and the police cannot be blamed for the violence that has been happening in this community for so long. It is a testament to the bravery of the community and the people that have been fighting for justice, for years. I highly recommend this film, as it is a great example of how we as people can change the world, and even help change the police from the people that we now have to deal with. This documentary is a shining example of what can be accomplished by people who want to help a community.
Thursday, 19 Mar 2020 11:41

Joey is an independent documentary on an important subject: the first white baby born in China in more than 100 years, to a Chinese couple who has lived there for more than 20 years. The film shows a smiling, confident couple, talking about their love, children, and joys. The couple want to let their children have the same rights as their own parents. But the Chinese government is vehemently opposed to such a decision. The couple is convinced that their children will be better off if they live in China and are forced to take an American passport. After much deliberation, they decide to stay in China and raise their children as Chinese, with American education. It was the hope of their parents that their children will get a better education than their own. The Chinese government has systematically deprived Chinese people of their civil rights, making them second-class citizens, or even stateless. In this documentary, the couple, and their children's parents, talk about their lives in China, and how they hope their children will benefit from their knowledge and experience in China. The film is truly a heartwarming celebration of a wonderful family. The couple and their children are both parents of Chinese children and talk with a great sense of pride and joy about the many benefits that they received from having Chinese children. The parents are both very proud of their children, and they are very happy with the health and safety of their children. The film's format is a one-hour documentary, and shows the family's life in China, and the history of their children and their parents. The filming, editing, and sound are very professional, and the film has a very clear and compelling voice. The couple and their children are both very gracious and friendly people, and I hope to see them and their children again.


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