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Ver Death of a Nation

Death of a Nation is a movie starring Dinesh D'Souza, Victoria Chilap, and Pavel Kríz. This docudrama draws parallels between the dramatic fracturing of the nation over Abraham Lincoln's presidency and the presidency of Donald Trump.

Genres
Documentary, History
Director
Bruce Schooley, Dinesh D'Souza
Starring
Rafael Prazák, Dinesh D'Souza, Victoria Chilap, Pavel Kríz

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Product details

Genres Documentary, History
Director Bruce Schooley, Dinesh D'Souza
Writer Dinesh D'Souza, Dinesh D'Souza, Dinesh D'Souza, Bruce Schooley
Stars Rafael Prazák, Dinesh D'Souza, Victoria Chilap, Pavel Kríz
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 48 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 docudrama draws parallels between the dramatic fracturing of the nation over Abraham Lincoln's presidency and the presidency of Donald Trump.

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Saturday, 11 Apr 2020 18:06

I first became aware of the shocking levels of slavery in the United States when I watched Ken Burns' documentary "Civil War in the American Mind", about the legacy of slavery. As an American who has seen slavery for 40 years, I can see where the film was going with its commentary on the historical knowledge of the past and how they were too scared to talk about it. For many people, the name slavery has always come to mind with the idea of a slave trader or slave owner. As a child, I always thought that slavery was a victimless crime, but now, I have the opportunity to see slavery in a much more visible light. I feel like I'm going back in time to the 16th century to witness a period of cultural development, so to speak. And slavery is nothing like it has been portrayed in this film. The film talks about how slavery started in the country. There was a time when you couldn't get to the US for no good reason. The time when the country was divided and there was not a great deal of communication between the two sides. But thanks to the idea of freedom, slavery was ended. This isn't true. It was abolished because the government decided to try and change the system. It wasn't a very successful approach. Eventually, the people had to stop it, because the system was to big for their own good. And the abolition of slavery in the states helped to get rid of all the slavery in the country. But slavery also took many people who didn't like it and got in the way of people who wanted to free the slaves. They didn't want to pay taxes to support the slave owners and so the owners brought in some criminals and criminals to try to free the slaves. And even the people who were trying to free the slaves didn't always see the value of freeing the slaves. But it was a very hard life, trying to be a slave and very little in the way of opportunity. And slaves couldn't work in factories because the people wouldn't allow it. So the system wasn't very well and it was hard to free your mind and be free, because the owners were so cruel to you and they didn't let you do anything that you wanted to do. So slavery had to continue. And as a whole, it lasted for a very long time. And during this time, we had the biggest expansion of the United States. It was the longest war in the history of the world. Between the American Civil
Thursday, 09 Apr 2020 20:53

Another review of the film "The Death of a Nation". I saw this film at the the SXSW Film Festival in Austin, Texas, at the South by Southwest Film Festival in Austin, Texas and at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. People around the world are speaking out in favor of the film. I personally enjoyed this film and was thoroughly entertained. I thought it was very powerful. There is a very strong representation of the impact of the brutal and racist treatment of a people that happens very close to my home in Kansas. I had never heard of the film before I saw it. However, I was absolutely stunned by the power of the film. I've read reviews that talk about the racial history and the social and political environment that gave rise to the film. I have to disagree with them. The movie is extremely well done. It's not about the racial history and the social and political environment, it is about the effects of slavery and segregation on an entire society. It is no different than seeing a scene of an actor in the beginning of a scene. It is not about those things. The movie is about the social, economic and political environment that gave rise to the injustice. It is about how a people with freedom and opportunity became the last to get it and how the blacks were the first to get it. The movie is a black point of view and the characters are not black. I don't think that was a consideration. I think that every black person who sees this film will be a part of an uplifting story. Not a black point of view, but an uplifting story. I thought it was extremely powerful. I will continue to read and learn more about the film. My goal is to see the film one more time. Thank you.


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