Disclaimer: This site does not store any files on its server.

Ver Bending the Arc

Bending the Arc is a movie starring Paul Farmer, Ophelia Dahl, and Jim Yong Kim. The extraordinary doctors and activists whose work 30 years ago to save lives in a rural Haitian village grew into a global battle in the halls of...

Genres
Documentary
Director
Pedro Kos, Kief Davidson
Starring
Jim Yong Kim, Ophelia Dahl, Jaime Bayona, Paul Farmer

All Systems Operational

Product details

Genres Documentary
Director Pedro Kos, Kief Davidson
Writer Cori Shepherd Stern
Stars Jim Yong Kim, Ophelia Dahl, Jaime Bayona, Paul Farmer
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 42 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 The epic story of the global health movement is seen through the intimate narrative of Dr. Paul Farmer, Dr. Jim Yong Kim, and other courageous doctors and patients who led the fight, against seemingly insurmountable obstacles, to bring medical care to the poorest people and most neglected regions around the world.

Top reviews

Saturday, 27 Jun 2020 16:28

Although the video is at least 30 years old, I believe it is still very relevant today. Unfortunately, the film is usually shown on late-night television. This makes it difficult to find. It is well worth a watch. The film examines the role of the Church as a primary way of responding to the crisis of the 1980s. The film examines the causes and consequences of the crisis. The questions that this film raises are valid and are being asked. A good example of this is the investigation of the 1994 Joplin, Missouri tragedy. This investigation found that the fire department was making poor decisions at that time, and the fires that occurred at Joplin were attributed to the city's lax fire codes. The film questions whether that investigation could have been done in a different way. It also examines the activities of the Evangelical churches, the leaders who have been in charge of the Church during the crisis. The film also examines the actions of the political leaders, the Church leaders who have been in charge of the Church during the crisis. These groups are generally on the conservative side, and their positions on the Church crisis seem to be in conflict with the conservative Christian ideals and beliefs of the Church. The film is also looking at the actions of the Catholic Church. The Church is being investigated by the Vatican for its role in the crisis. The Vatican's involvement in the Joplin case is not unique. Catholic leaders have been involved in many of the cases that have been investigated. For example, the bishops of the Catholic Church are accused of cover-up during the Crisis of the 1970s. The Church also played a major role in covering up the connection between the Contras in Nicaragua and the CIA. The Church is at times accused of being a political institution that is in denial about the Church's role in the crisis. It is generally believed that the Church has sided with the "right" side. The Church has been accused of being an institution that is not open to questioning and has a closed-minded approach. The Church has also been accused of being a political institution that is out of touch with ordinary people. Some members of the Church have been blamed for their poor performance in the crisis. These criticisms are valid. However, some of the Church's critics do not seem to have looked at the problems that they are complaining about. The Church is also being accused of being in denial about the crisis. Some Church leaders are blamed for failing to understand the crisis. The Church has also been accused of being in denial about the crisis. Many people in the Church are not being honest about their positions. These critics do not seem to understand the Church's political
Tuesday, 21 Apr 2020 12:53

Greetings again from the darkness. This film was able to pull together the jumbled elements of his life. It helped to start him off in his beginnings and slowly begin to explain the full story. The movie then focuses on his life from the time he was born to the present day. He discusses his journey as a child and his adulthood. He describes his childhood memories of growing up in the communist country, the other people he met, his experiences in the military, his hard times as a young man and his hard times in the transition to a middle-class life. Then the film focuses on his life as a middle-class man and his attempt to improve the lot of his family. It covers how he meets and marries his wife and how she helps him to realize his dreams of a better life and a better job. He shows how he met his children and how his children helped him to realize his dreams. His attempts to improve the lot of his children and the way he did that was both interesting and sometimes humorous. The movie is truly inspiring. I was really touched by the beginning and the ending of the movie. I had been wondering if this film was real. I was intrigued when it started and got more intrigued as it progressed. It ended on a very happy note, which is what I have been trying to achieve for a long time. I believe this movie is really good and even better than I had thought. I had heard a lot of negative reviews and was expecting a movie that would be another one of those low-budget foreign films. I was surprised to see the director was a Hong Kong man. It is definitely not your typical "foreign film" I expected to see. I believe this film will open people's eyes to the struggles of the ordinary person and his struggles in life. Overall, this movie is worth seeing.
Saturday, 18 Apr 2020 16:11

The story of Robert Bresson's 1958 film "The Nude", based on a short story by his mentor, Alfred Goudeau, may seem familiar. I haven't seen it since I was a child, and my memory is so full of it that I can only vaguely recall. (I'd prefer to forget it, but it's hard to remember that much.) So I thought I'd rewatch it once more, in the wake of some recent reviews that I thought were weak, and made the mistake of having that rewatch cancelled after one viewing. So, a few months later, I rewatched it, with the hindsight of knowing what it is and being able to judge its merits. "The Nude" is essentially a low-budget, no-name picture of a major French film from the 1950s, by director Max Ophuls, who was on a whirlwind of success at the time. Ophuls had already made "Sarkozy" and "Le Tour De France", and was on the verge of releasing his most famous film, "Le Voyage de Jean-Louis Rey", which I can only imagine would have been a huge hit in France, had the film not been so closely linked to a mystery (or is it?) involving a man named Jean-Louis Rey. (Note: The Ophuls name is probably most familiar to English-speakers because of his involvement with the Oscar-winning "The Artist", starring Sam Neill, who went on to direct the equally popular "An Affair to Remember".) But the movie does have the stamp of Ophuls, and it is somewhat different from most of his films in that it has a strong story (a bit of a soap opera here and there, but it is essentially a work of art), a good director, and an interesting protagonist. There is a lot of symbolism in the movie, but it's not really about them. It's about human relationships, and the value of friendships. This is a subtle movie. It's not just about how a man's life ends, or how he comes to understand the meaning of life. The movie is about the strength and quality of human relationships. So it's not just a look at an apparently empty life. It's about how important friendship is, and how it can become a destructive force if the two sides are not in tune. So I was somewhat surprised by how interesting the movie was, considering it's one of the less known Ophuls films. It's hard to remember that it was made for a fraction of the budget of, say, "Sarkozy", which
Tuesday, 31 Mar 2020 10:14

This movie is one of the most important documentaries of the year. It is about the horrors of child abuse and the perils of trying to be a good person while living a bad life. The movie follows Lisa B, a 14 year old from Ohio who had been molested and raped by her stepfather. She was completely traumatized and was angry for days. She blames herself for her actions and fears she will never be a good person. While on a walk one day, she overhears her neighbor tell her father that her stepfather is going to come home for dinner. He decides to make some cash to put him in the hospital and to take care of her while he is there. He takes his own life in front of her and she is left to live with her stepfather's family. Her stepfather's wife stays with Lisa and teaches her how to be a good person. He is played by Larry David, who I have never seen in a movie before. He is a comedian who has done some very great TV shows and movies. In this movie he is all about his feelings and how he deals with them. He is a great actor. It is a real pity he is a little bit older than Lisa in this movie. The movie is not about her and the stepsisters. It is about the abuse and the way they are dealing with it. If you are a fan of Larry David you will love this movie. It is not about Larry David, but about a real person who has dealt with this terrible tragedy. He is very funny. He is also the main reason I bought the movie. He is not just a comedian, he is also a man who has lost his wife. This movie is for those who have been or will be molested or abused. There are also people who have been abused, who have been raped and whose stepfather is a pervert. This movie is also for those who have seen "You'll never guess who I am". The movie also includes several other great actors and actresses. The only flaw is the casting. It would have been better if it was a different actor. He was great, but not Larry David. Overall, a great documentary. I recommend it to anyone who likes to know more about the real people who are being abused.
Tuesday, 31 Mar 2020 08:44

Some years ago I did a summer job for the National Film Board of Canada (the National Film Board was in its infancy at the time). It was summer and I was assigned to work for one of the Directors' Offices. I had to show my work and show my results. I was assigned to a full length feature film and I had to do it in three days, not on the weekends. At first I found the challenge very difficult. In fact, I did not enjoy the job at all. I really felt that I was doing a disservice to my country by showing my work. The main reason I stayed with it was because I had nothing better to do. I was very depressed by the job and my career was not on the upswing. Finally, one day, I managed to finish it, I enjoyed it, and I realized that the job had a real purpose. It was like a club where you could show your work to get a medal. I was quite surprised to find out that the film was nominated for Best Film at the 1999 Academy Awards. This is an excellent documentary, not because it tells a lot of facts, but because it shows the inner life of the Canadian film industry. It shows the struggles and the triumphs of the young directors and the old. It shows the struggle of finding your way in the industry. It shows how everyone gets hurt in the industry. It shows how most of the directors are struggling financially. It shows how some filmmakers have died after trying to make a film. The film is based on an article in the Toronto Globe and Mail newspaper that describes the challenge of finding a film to show at the Canadian Film Festival. I was not familiar with the article, but I saw that it was an interview with a Canadian filmmaker, Jovse Ropeliot, who had made a film called "Burning Through." I realized that this was a film that he had directed and he had been struggling with the production of the film. In the interview, he mentioned that he had made an agreement with the producers that he could not make another film. He stated that it was his last film. I was very impressed with the documentary because it had a documentary feel to it. It was a film that I could watch and learn from. I can say that I enjoyed the film and I think that it is a must-see for any film student.
Tuesday, 31 Mar 2020 05:05

This film is a documentary about the destruction of the forest in Peru by loggers who, if not dead, are at least near the end of their lives. With forest around them and a constant source of water, the indigenous people have to fend for themselves. It is not only their death, but also their poverty and their struggle for survival that has been witnessed. The film focuses on the "battle of the forest" (as it was in Latin America) as it was a battle between indigenous peoples and the loggers. One of the loggers, Carlos Valdez, played by Sean Penn, is accused of killing several indigenous people, and the women and children of the village are particularly responsible for the deaths. A documentary about the "battle of the forest" has never been made before. I found the experience of watching this film extremely powerful and emotional. The loggers are clearly shown as monsters. They treat the indigenous people as little more than property to be torn down and burned. They also seem to view the indigenous people as inferior and are willing to kill them and destroy their homes. It is clear to see that the loggers see the forest as a commodity to be destroyed. The women are seen as being a threat to their future and the children as being a threat to their future. The loggers are the ones who killed the forest and the indigenous people were the ones who have to suffer the consequences of this tragedy. These men clearly do not understand the forest and cannot be trusted to care for it. What we see is a clear message to the world that the destruction of the forests is wrong and should be stopped. It is a powerful and moving message, as it shows the destructive effects of deforestation and the human cost that these trees have on people's lives. If you have not seen this film, I suggest that you do so. It is a powerful and sad message, but it is also a powerful message to the world.


Write a review