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The Hottest August is a movie starring Clare Coulter. Ordinary people in New York are asked to talk about their lives and their hopes for the future in a time marked by political division and climate change.

Genres
Documentary
Director
Brett Story
Starring
Clare Coulter

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Genres Documentary
Director Brett Story
Stars Clare Coulter
Country USA, Canada
Runtime 1 h 34 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 Ordinary people in New York are asked to talk about their lives and their hopes for the future in a time marked by political division and climate change.

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Thursday, 09 Apr 2020 23:03

This film is a great starting point to the understanding of the controversy over the use of medical data to recommend vaccines for children. The data gathered by the CDC are not admissible in court, and the CDC has never released the data that has led to the 'scientific' acceptance of the whole MMR vaccination program. The medical data provided to the CDC is misleading and only serves to push vaccine manufactures to continue. The CDC has proven that it has no scientific basis for recommending vaccines, and they have an unethical habit of withholding vital medical information from the public. It is imperative for parents to speak out about the dangers of vaccines and educate their children about the information provided to the CDC. It is important that people understand that the CDC and medical establishment is the root cause of the problems in our society. It is not the government's role to inform the public about the risks of vaccines. If the government wants to take the responsibility to make health care decisions for the citizens of the U.S., they need to work with parents, patients and public health authorities. Parents are the ones who determine the best course of action to take in their children's health. The CDC and medical establishment has created a generation of distrust in the government, the government of the U.S., and government health care in general. This film is a great starting point to raise awareness of the dangers of vaccine policy and the medical establishment's close relationship with the government. It is also a great starting point for parents to educate their children about the dangers of vaccine policy. This film is a great start to begin to educate the public about the true risks of vaccine policy.
Thursday, 09 Apr 2020 15:30

Hottest August: An Unexpected Year, is a documentary that highlights the path of a minority of students who commit suicide because of their high school experiences. I did not have high expectations about this documentary, but I was very pleasantly surprised. There is no mention of how the documentary is filmed, but it is a beautiful look at the student's perspective. There are many different perspectives that can be found in this film. The documentary gives a view on the students, which makes you feel that you are in their shoes and you want to understand more. It is a difficult subject to get through, but this documentary made me realize the struggle of this minority. I also found out that there are many ways to deal with these situations, and it is important to know how to react. The best way to be proactive is to find a mental health professional, so you can be treated for your issues. You can also contact the school, so they can take care of you. This documentary gives a great perspective on the student's perspective. They talk about their experiences and how it affected their life. I think it is important to point out that mental health issues are very common and can affect many people. The film also points out that, they are not just some sort of a mental illness, but a health issue. I am very happy that this documentary got out, because I think it has a great message to it. I am also very happy that I have been able to see it in the theaters. This documentary is an inspiring story, and I recommend it to anyone.
Sunday, 05 Apr 2020 19:38

I have been a big fan of Erin Brockovich for a long time. And the documentary on the film is outstanding. I would recommend this to everyone and watch it over and over again. I just love how this film is showing that people who are good at what they do need to make an effort to be more successful. I think people need to understand that being good at something is not enough to be good at it. It takes more than just a good job and some good genetics to be good at something. The director does an excellent job in showing the failures and successes of these amazing people who are just like everyone else. I loved the ending that everyone was talking about in the news about the judge sentencing Erin to probation. It really did make me feel for her and it also made me laugh. I also love the part where they talk about all the celebrities that are in the documentary and the judges are like "I'm not sure what they're doing but they're just like everyone else." and they just are like "Let's give it a try!" It's the same with Erin and the judge. They just are good people who just did some bad things. It is just like everyone else. We can't do everything we want to do. The real story is that this is what our society needs to change. The judges should all go back to their home and sit down and do something for their families. I also think that the reality show that is trying to get to the bottom of this is a lot of hype. Erin did a lot of hard work to get her story out there and I think the reality show is overrated. It was interesting to see the people in the documentary talk about the reality show that they are in. It was actually the best part of the documentary. It was so funny to see people act like they don't know what they are talking about. It was so entertaining. I also think the judge who sentenced Erin was just kind of a jerk. I think he should of been more lenient with her and let her do some things. But overall I really do love this documentary. I think it was a great movie and I think everyone should watch it.
Saturday, 04 Apr 2020 19:36

In the last few days I have seen many documentaries about various topics, but this one stands out as the best documentary I have seen. I think it is one of the most realistic documentaries I have ever seen and I have seen many. This is definitely one of those documentaries that make you think and cry and maybe even change your mind about how the world really is. I have seen many documentaries about issues like drugs, guns, terrorism and other things but this one is truly a must see and you won't be disappointed. I recommend this documentary to all people. It's definitely not for the faint of heart. It is extremely graphic and I think this is something that most people should see. However, the fact that the people that made this documentary really understand what it's like to be on the streets of America, how a drug addict feels and how they deal with the fear and hate that comes with being a drug addict is what makes this documentary so incredible. The documentary is very insightful and it is also very informative. It's very well produced, well directed and well acted. I was very impressed with how they made this documentary and I think it's worth the price of admission. This documentary is a must see for all people. The fact that this documentary shows how an addict feels is really interesting and I think that's the most important part. If you watch this documentary and you feel that you might have a drug addict in your life, don't be afraid to go see this documentary and see if it changes your mind about the way the world really is.


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