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Women Like Us is a movie starring Catt Sadler, Sally Colon-Petree, and Joyce Giraud. Women Like Us is a story about women who are changing the world.

Genres
Documentary
Director
Sally Colon-Petree
Starring
Catt Sadler, Joyce Giraud, Sally Colon-Petree, Caroline Barnett

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Product details

Genres Documentary
Director Sally Colon-Petree
Writer Sally Colon-Petree, Gabriel Sabloff
Stars Catt Sadler, Joyce Giraud, Sally Colon-Petree, Caroline Barnett
Country Kenya, USA
Runtime 1 h 32 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 Women Like Us is a story about women who are changing the world.

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Wednesday, 08 Apr 2020 20:00

I am a teacher and do not know a lot about these subjects. I don't even know if I have a single subject on my university curriculum. I am also a writer, a film reviewer, and a friend of a teacher. I was thoroughly disgusted by this documentary. To me, this is a terrible piece of propaganda. First, the students were not innocent. They did not play by the rules of the game and were doing so in a reckless manner. Second, it seems that the documentary makers are not even concerned about the kids involved in the video game and who might be in the future. These kids may have their lives ruined, maybe even killed, as a result of this act. The teachers and administrators are not shown at all. I think the main reason why I am so disgusted is that the documentary is being presented as an objective news source. It was clearly not. The documentary is deceptive, it implies that the kids were innocent and the game they played was innocent, and that the games, which could potentially result in such serious and dangerous consequences, were harmless. The documentary only shows the positive aspects of the children involved. The negative aspects are not shown, because the producers and directors do not care about the kids. They only care about the documentary. If I have to choose between the film, and the documentary, I would definitely choose the documentary. There are other documentaries out there that show the horrible things that can happen, and do not present the point of view of the person who made it, or the director. I think the documentary makers do not want the people to know what is really going on. It is not an objective documentary. It does not give any facts about the video games, nor does it tell you how the game affected the kids, or how their life might be affected. They are just a bunch of people who want to sell the film. This film could be extremely useful for parents of young kids who are planning on getting into gaming, or parents who are planning to get into video games. But in reality, there is not a single parent who is planning on taking their kids to the game. These people are not going to be the people who are protecting them. Parents who are going to be bringing their children to the games are going to be the ones who are going to be harmed. It is a very bad thing that this documentary was made, and I would recommend that parents do not see it. It is an extremely biased and misleading documentary, and is extremely deceptive. It is a bad documentary and should be avoided by everyone.
Tuesday, 07 Apr 2020 06:17

I never understood the underlying reason for choosing a course like this when I was in high school, but I think that the film shows that people actually do care, even if they may have had issues that they have never thought about. I guess that is the reason for choosing to attend a liberal arts college, but maybe the explanation is that the liberal arts is actually the place where people can come and connect with others and make connections to themselves. People tend to think that they are unique and different from other people and that they are special and unique. However, the film shows that they are actually similar, but different from the other people that they know. They see the people in the class that they are studying and then they see the people that they do not know. They then try to make connections to them. They are not looking for people that they can connect with or understand but rather they are trying to understand the people in the class. They see people that they know from a different perspective and then they see them from a different perspective. They are not going to find someone that they can relate to or understand. But it does help them to make connections to the people that they are studying. They try to make connections and they also try to understand and connect to them. The film has a great message, and it is very inspirational. It shows the kind of world that people live in and the way that they live in it. I think that this film is an amazing and inspiring documentary.
Wednesday, 01 Apr 2020 11:48

I'm not sure why it took me so long to see this, but it's finally here! It's my first foray into the world of good faith, and although I'm a Christian, I'm not sure I fully believe what I see. I think I understand that the heart of this film is that the filmmakers never intend to criticize the beliefs of their subjects, they simply want to tell a story. What I do think is that the filmmakers give the subjects a lot of respect, because they take their time to listen, and not always leave the answers to themselves. They have the resources and tools to make their own decision, but they are human. This film is a wonderful, moving film about the importance of a conscience, and it is that conscience that drives this film. As a person who has had the ability to use their conscience for the good of themselves and others, I can say that I admire the courage and skill that this film crew is showing. I admire that they are taking on a challenge that they could not afford to lose. They are making a difference in people's lives, and they are doing it without judgement. I do think that the director and writers are sincere, and that their integrity is being put to the test in the process of making this film. They are standing on a pillar of faith, and in doing so, they are doing the best they can for their subjects and the public. They are making a difference, and that's what I want to see in my own life. I know that I can't, and that I can't be everyone's role model, but I can encourage others to do the same. It's a bit of a bummer to be standing in line at the movie theater, waiting for a film that I can't watch. But if I can stand in line for 2 hours to see a movie that is about a challenge that I will never experience, then I can stand in line for a film that I can't watch, and I can enjoy the cinema experience.
Tuesday, 31 Mar 2020 11:46

I saw this at the Austin Film Festival in October 2011. It was at the Women's Film Festival in Austin. It was during the festival and there were many young women in the audience. This documentary is about the struggle to make a movie about women in prison. It was a bit confusing that this film was made at a women's film festival. The only women in this film were the director, writer, producer and editor. This film is a story about a young woman named Kelli Coleman, who is sentenced to serve 15 years in prison for shooting an intruder with her father's gun. Kelli's father is a truck driver. He sells insurance and his wife has a career as a preschool teacher. The husband is a recovering alcoholic. Kelli has a few short periods of time when she gets clean, but she is released from prison after four years. She goes to jail because she cannot afford to pay the $150,000 bail. She doesn't want to go to jail because she believes that if she were released she would go back to prison. Kelli is at the Women's Prison for Women (WPCW) in Michigan. The prison is for women who are pregnant, have mental health issues, or have been victims of sexual assault. This film is about the women at WPCW. It is not a film about prison conditions or the women themselves. The director interviewed women who are former prisoners at WPCW. She also interviewed a former prisoner who was at the prison for ten years. The director did not interview any women at WPCW who were not pregnant or had mental health problems. The director did interview a woman who was a prisoner for 22 years, but was released from prison after five years. She has been doing a documentary about women in prison. She does not know what happened to her. She never went back to prison. She is writing a book about her experience at WPCW. This is an important film. It is not a documentary, but it is a story about women in prison. It is also a story about how women can overcome injustice and become powerful and active. This is a film that shows the work that women do to get their voices heard.
Saturday, 28 Mar 2020 14:31

I really loved this film and it was one of the few documentaries I've ever seen that I had to watch over and over again. As a teenager, I felt so much like they were telling me how I was supposed to feel. I feel like it is a very accurate portrayal of growing up in the 80's. The majority of the film centers around one girl, Nina, and her family's struggle to stay together. She goes through numerous hardships, but most of all, her mom is stuck with the burden of parenting her. She has been raised in a religious environment, which is very different from the rest of the family. Nina has never known love, and she is constantly frustrated that she can't even tell her mom that she loves her. She sees the family as a broken machine, and her mom only sees love in what her daughter wants her to do. Her mom's attempts to help her daughter to understand that she loves her are very painful and she is just too frustrated to even try. This movie is amazing because it shows how people's feelings were all connected. There are several scenes in the film where the camera follows a woman, who is not living a normal life, and her life is completely changed when she meets a friend. Her life is changed because of this. I also think that this film was very interesting to me because it didn't look at the problems of the 90's as people having the problem of a divorce. It was very focused on the issues of being stuck in a normal life and dealing with the problem of being a single mother. The film also showed how being a single mother can be very isolating, and how Nina's mother couldn't connect to her because she wasn't being a good mother to her. The film also shows how difficult it can be for a teenager to get in touch with their feelings, and how the "I feel like I can't be loved" feeling can turn into a feeling of "I want to leave" because of that. Overall, I would recommend this film to anyone. I really think that it's a very important documentary that shows how everyone is different, and how everyone has a different perspective on the things they experience.


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