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Gift is a movie starring Marcus Alfred, Wayne Alfred, and Giorgio De Finis. Creative essay doc inspired by Lewis Hyde's classic bestseller The Gift. Chronicling gift-based cultures around the world and challenging the logic of...

Robin McKenna
Mingwei Lee, Wayne Alfred, Giorgio De Finis, Marcus Alfred

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Genres Documentary
Director Robin McKenna
Writer Robin McKenna
Stars Mingwei Lee, Wayne Alfred, Giorgio De Finis, Marcus Alfred
Country Canada
Also Known As Le don
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 Inspired by Lewis Hyde's classic The Gift: How the Creative Spirit Transforms the World, GIFT is a richly cinematic film, interweaving character-driven stories. On North America's Pacific Northwest Coast, a young Indigenous artist and carver undertakes the elaborate preparations for a potlatch: to make a name for himself by giving everything away. In Rome, Italy, a factory occupied by migrant families is transformed into a living museum, protected by a barricade of art : a model of resistance, and an invaluable gift. In the pirate utopia of Burning Man, a mutant bumblebee art car distributes honey in a post-apocalyptic desert landscape. Meanwhile, in Auckland, New Zealand, artist Lee Mingwei prepares to launch Sonic Blossom, a transformative gift of song. GIFT is a tribute to something that can't be measured or counted, bought or sold. Exploring the parallels between artists' work and a gift economy, it's a reflection on the creative process, the reasons we labour in service of our gifts, and the beauty and challenges of fearlessly giving and receiving.

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Saturday, 16 May 2020 02:46

Fantastic film, about the greatest thing I have ever seen in my life, the ability to transcend your mortal fears and transform into a warrior. This is not to say that I've always been a person who thinks that way, but I've always believed that it is possible. It is not just a fantasy to believe in that. If you do believe in that, you may be able to go through that process. If you do not, you may not. If you do believe, then you will have a special place in your heart, and this film will help you find it. It is a very personal film. It's an introspective film, which I think is very rare. I was very grateful for this film, and it made me realize that I need to get my act together to accept people who are different from me, and accept myself for who I am, and not just what I see. I had an experience with an individual who seemed like a very different person from me, but I felt a connection to her. I can relate to her, and it's something I don't have the ability to do. I want to be able to be a part of the community that she has created, and be able to share that community with other people who are not that different from me. I don't want to be different, but I want to be accepted. I want to see people as I see them. That's why I got involved in this film, and I think that's why it helped me realize that. There are no words to express the sheer joy of this film. It was just amazing. I can't describe it. I felt like I was a part of a film I've never seen before. I can't explain how I felt. It was the best film experience I've ever had. I hope everyone has the opportunity to see this film. If you do, please go see it. It is not just a film. It is a film that is like a puzzle, and it's going to help you put the pieces together. This film is a fantastic film experience, and I can't wait to see everyone else's experiences, and I can't wait to be part of the community that it creates.
Thursday, 23 Apr 2020 03:16

Here's a tale of how one little boy was miraculously transformed into a teenager, with the help of a wheelchair. "How do you know you're special?" a woman asked as her child, Liam, was wheeled to a small screening room for a special presentation. The boy was then told, "Because you're in the Special Olympics." The boy looked at his mother, as she replied, "But that's what I'm doing with my kids." The mother was grateful, but was also uncertain as to whether she wanted to make the same decision as her children. And so the decision was made. Liam was born with Spina Bifida, and his mother was able to operate on him by simply pressing the button on a special device. But what is really miraculous about this story is the outcome. A small boy with a birth defect gets to see his special gift, which was never a problem in the past, come to life. The problem was that this boy had no other parents. He had never been introduced to them. When he was born, he was abandoned by his mother. He had been in foster care for five years. His father, an old man, didn't want him, but when Liam had been hospitalized for several weeks, his father agreed to take him in. His mother, also an old woman, was so overcome with guilt that she chose not to take her own son to the Special Olympics. She was too ashamed to tell Liam's father, who was her only support, about her guilt. Then, there was the mother's son, who had a difficult time getting accepted by the other boys in the special class. Liam was the only boy who stood out. He was strong and determined. He was also intelligent and enjoyed sports. The boys' teacher was determined to get him into the Special Olympics. The boys' coach was also determined to get Liam into the Special Olympics. The teacher was willing to pay his son's tuition, to teach him the basics of the sport, and to bring his son to the Special Olympics. But when Liam finally got to the Special Olympics, he was already running late. He was late for the competition. The coach was furious. He wanted Liam to get out of the competition so he could organize a race. But Liam had already told him that he would be running for the Special Olympics, and so he would get to run, as well. The coach, who had long been a racer himself, was determined to get Liam in the race. But when Liam finally did get to the race, he didn't win. He didn't finish the race. But he did manage to finish the race in the second place. It was the first time in his life that he had finished a race. The boy couldn't believe his good fortune. This was not the first time that he had done this. The man had told him that he would be running with his brother. But Liam had not told him about his brother. He had told him that he had no siblings. Liam was so proud. He was going to get to compete for the Special Olympics. The Special Olympics is a non-profit organization that provides medical care to children with special needs. They are made up of mostly children, ages 7 to 18, who are from low-income families and live in disadvantaged neighborhoods. Because the Special Olympics is an Olympic sport, their competition must take place in a school building. Liam was very excited. He wanted to get to the competition in the school building. The school building was not far from his home. But his mother, who had to work two jobs, was still not ready to take him to the Special Olympics. The Special Olympics is a charity organization that raises money to support the Special Olympics. The money is put in the Special Olympics foundation. And the money goes to the Special Olympics. The money is used to provide the Special Olympics facilities, the training for the athletes, and to provide the financial support for the athletes. The Special Olympics provide health care for the athletes and pay for the medical bills. Liam's mother had to

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