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Our President is a movie starring Lee Hwa-Choon, Moon Jae-in, and Roh Moo-Hyun. A look at the life of Roh Moo-hyun, South Korea's president from 2003-2008.

Genres
Documentary
Director
Chang-jae Lee
Starring
Lee Hwa-Choon, Rhyu Si-Min, Roh Moo-Hyun, Moon Jae-in

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Product details

Genres Documentary
Director Chang-jae Lee
Stars Lee Hwa-Choon, Rhyu Si-Min, Roh Moo-Hyun, Moon Jae-in
Country South Korea
Runtime 1 h 59 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 A look at the life of Roh Moo-hyun, South Korea's president from 2003-2008.

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Thursday, 02 Jul 2020 00:06

The Film is a pretty good documentary, detailing the official response of the US government to the 9/11 attacks. The reaction was very personal and it is quite revealing that the main response was to blame "the Muslim world" and to actually promote a "war on terror". That is an incredibly unfair position. There was no real evidence that any of the 9/11 terrorists were Muslim and a lot of these attacks were motivated by hatred of the West. This film does a great job of making the case that the US government should have been much more responsible in stopping these attacks. Although the film is good, it is also very good at exposing some of the false assumptions that the US government had made about the World Trade Center and other major attacks. It does a good job of exposing the completely inaccurate statements the US government had made about Iraq. The most famous of these was that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction, and that was a complete lie. No weapons of mass destruction were found in Iraq. Even the Bush Administration admitted this. The claim that Saddam Hussein was a sponsor of terrorism was also ridiculous. Saddam Hussein was never a sponsor of terrorism, his regime was never involved in any attacks that would be considered terrorism, and he was never accused of sponsoring terrorism. To say he was responsible for 9/11 is an insult to every American and it is sad that the film criticizes this statement. The film also criticizes the US government for a lot of things, but it is not fair to compare the film to the film. It is not fair to compare this film to the film "Spotlight". That film is about exposing the Boston Globe's unethical conduct in their coverage of the Boston Marathon bombings. There was no reason for the US government to keep this information secret. The Boston Globe had a responsibility to report on the Boston Marathon attacks and to not let a tragedy go by without making any attempt to warn the public. If the US government had not covered up this information, then there would have been no need to start the Iraq war. The Film is a good documentary, but it should have been better.
Sunday, 28 Jun 2020 01:53

I was moved to comment on this documentary after the recent Oscar nominations. In this regard, it's not much different from the other documentaries that have been nominated. The story of Barack Obama has been told before and I don't think it needs to be told again. What I found interesting was the political back and forth that occurred during the last two days of the nominations. I'm not a fan of most of the candidates but it was especially interesting to see the people who were basically campaigning as Democrats and Republicans for the same amount of time. It was refreshing to see that the same people were representing their parties throughout the time they were in front of the camera. It was also a little refreshing to see how many of the people were at the Academy Awards having seen their films nominated for awards. As usual, I was amazed to see that they chose one of the most popular films of the year. Even though it was an incredible movie, I found that it was only nominated for an Oscar because of the quality of the screenplay. I would have liked to have seen it nominated for Best Picture. The movie I really liked was Lincoln. It was a great look into the life of our first president. The movie was about politics and the lengths that we go to get what we want. What's important to remember is that it's a movie and it's not an exact science. As a movie that was nominated for Best Picture, I would recommend that people go see it. I think that there are some great movies that were overlooked that deserve to be seen.
Tuesday, 16 Jun 2020 07:15

I agree with all of the other posters, that this film is well done. One problem, though, is that it tries to do too much. For a documentary about the very people it purports to inform and educate, it feels like the story was assembled just to fill out time. And the time could have been better spent developing a coherent, convincing story. I mean, after all, we don't get a lot of introspection from the people we see on camera. The only reason to watch this movie is that there are very few people who disagree with the POTUS, and the story it tells is so compelling. And the story it tells is all too common. The problem is that the audience, while trying to understand the various points of view, doesn't know whether or not they agree with them. It's as if the writers were just trying to make a point, and were out of time. I know that the point of this film is to show what people are trying to do in a democratic country. I think that's a good point. But if we want to know what they're doing in this country, we have to watch them in action. This is how we get real news. We have to watch and listen to people say and do things. We have to see them in action. And the real news is usually the stuff that the press doesn't show us. We get the occasional gaffe, but that's because the press is so much more interested in ignoring them than in covering them. So this film is not, I think, the best way to get that information. And as a documentary it is good. But as a story it is just too long. It's also a little too long for what it is. It's not particularly accurate or comprehensive, and I think it tries to go too far in saying what people are thinking. But I suppose that's not what the filmmakers were aiming for. What's most important about the story of this president is the attempt by people to change their nation. The effort is certainly laudable, and the people who work on it are well done. But in a country where the press is so much more interested in ignoring the misdeeds of the politicians than they are in covering them, the effort isn't very high-minded or heroic. I'm not sure that it would be an accurate reflection of the political situation. But it is an interesting story, and I give it a 7/10.
Sunday, 14 Jun 2020 18:00

The administration of George W. Bush was an experiment in how far the public will go to support a president. Politicians in the United States have to support their policies and those policies are reflected in the actions of their administration. Since this experiment, the United States has become increasingly more divided, as both parties have resorted to far-right and far-left politics. The government's efforts to win over the American public were reflected in the information that it used to convince Americans that a possible war with Iraq was justified. Unfortunately, this war became a reality, and we now live in a nation that is less united than ever before. If you are a U.S. citizen, it is the duty of you to do what you can to prevent that war from happening. This film tells the story of how the Bush administration tried to convince the American people that the war with Iraq was justified. It is a fascinating look into how a man who wants to be the most powerful person in the world can be so far-fetched and ridiculous. From the debate that the White House held to convince the American people to support the war to how they manipulated the American people to make this war seem to be more than it was, this film tells the story of how the Bush administration used the media to accomplish their objectives. It is an interesting look at how the media has manipulated the American people for this war. Even though the film was made in 2004, the film still conveys the feelings of the Bush administration, the emotion that they tried to use to gain support for the war. This film is well-done, especially when we look at the manipulation of the media that they used to make this war seem to be more than it was. The only problem with this film is that it has many political opinions, and in some instances, I felt that I was not able to sympathize with the opinions that the president had. The film does have some flaws, but it is well-made and entertaining.
Monday, 01 Jun 2020 09:59

If you have ever attended a wedding you know how fragile this image can be. So many things happen during the day that affect the moment. I grew up in a Catholic family and I always respected our church's decision to make me and my friends sign a statement that affirmed our opposition to abortion, and yet I've seen people getting divorced, children moving out of the family home and having to choose between marriage and children. There is a debate in our country about these issues that should be more publicized. In this film, writer/director Bill Zanker, a former member of the U.S. Marine Corps and a fellow of the American Board of Family Physicians, gives us a snapshot of a part of our society that is beginning to crumble. In the documentary, Zanker and his father take us on a tour of the places where these problems are most common and yet the people who live in these areas are less likely to even realize they have problems. There are stories of kids who have been kicked out of their homes because they had to be gay or a family member who has lost a job because of the recession. But there are also stories of people with illnesses like diabetes and Alzheimer's who are put in a position of having to choose between their health and their children. The fact that these people have these problems is no surprise. The big surprise is the way they have chosen to deal with it. Most of these people were never taught the basics of healthy living. So, while they may be able to control their anger and depression, the consequences of these disorders are very damaging. In the end, they chose to live life as a quiet, unemotional person. The problems these people face are so common and yet the treatment they receive from doctors and health care professionals has been so much more positive and effective than any of the treatments offered by their own families. There is a good chance that you will never visit a doctor or a doctor's office in your life. The person who comes to see you will say that they understand your problem and will suggest something to help. But most doctors will never do anything to help. The government, as we all know, is more focused on other people's health than our own. As a result, the person who you see at the doctor's office may be the doctor of your dreams, but he may not be the doctor you want or need. The fact that this country has one of the highest rates of obesity, diabetes and heart disease in the world is a pretty good indicator that something is seriously wrong.
Friday, 08 May 2020 14:47

I am in my early twenties and I'm usually one of those that doesn't like politics, so I was surprised to find myself in front of a camera and asked to say what I thought of the latest presidential election. However, after I got out of the studio, I realized that I would probably never watch this movie again, and I didn't want to. The short version: This movie was probably the best I have ever seen in my life. The story of President Obama is just too great to be easily explained, and the movie's strongest asset is its characters. This is a rare thing, that we can actually care for characters in a movie. I didn't really care about any of the characters in this movie, they seemed like one-dimensional stereotypes. The movie is not a documentary, but rather a fictional story about the life of a man who was elected to be the President of the United States. The movie is extremely well-done. It has a very strong and intimate tone, and the actors are convincing enough. As I mentioned before, the movie is about Barack Obama. He is a man with dreams, but he has a lack of a single skill that would make him an effective president. He has the good grades, the good family, and the nice family values. It is just that, a dream of a dream. The movie also has a solid message. It tells us that we should try to have more confidence in the future of our country, but it also tells us that we should try to be careful and think of the future. In conclusion, this movie was a great experience. It was powerful and had some really amazing actors. It was also entertaining and entertaining is a word that comes to mind. I recommend it to all of my friends.
Thursday, 23 Apr 2020 17:30

We have now reached the point where the Obama administration has not been able to articulate a clear vision of the direction that they want to take the country. But it does seem that they have made some things clear. The problems they face are a lot different than the problems they said they would face, and the problem of the Middle East is at the center of that. Obama promised the middle east would not become a destabilizing factor for the US and the rest of the world, but now we can see that the problem is far from resolved. Obama said that it would be possible to have an Arab-American community in the US, but it seems that many of the leaders are still trying to change the terms of that community and that's the big problem with that community. And of course the current administration has struggled to do everything they can to prevent the Iraqi war from spreading into the Middle East, but they can't do anything. So when you see this group of Arab-Americans in a lot of media interviews and in public statements, you realize that this group is a relatively small group. There is nothing that could be done to get the group to stand together and to make the community work, or to change the political system in the country. It's really disappointing. I mean they're not trying to change anything, they just want to work as normal people and they just want to work with other Arabs in a community that can't stand up for itself. That's what makes this group so pathetic and it's really depressing. The people that are saying that this administration has not accomplished anything is just trying to make this group look bad, and it's not only the Arab-Americans, but the people that are against Obama, the people that want to elect somebody else, the people that are trying to keep the country from moving forward. This is just an example of why the Republican party has lost its way. The Democrats have done so much in the past few years, and it's going to be very difficult for the Republicans to recapture that. We have to be realistic and stop being so cynical and saying things that are not true and seeing that the only thing that this administration has accomplished is not getting the right things done. They don't deserve to be in office, but that doesn't mean that they're not doing anything. So to those of you that voted for Obama and have been disappointed, I recommend that you see this film and realize that maybe you weren't as faithful to him as you thought you were. Maybe you weren't as true to him as you thought you were. So maybe you should just start listening to a different group of people. It's hard to say, but maybe this is the best film we've had this year. You can still see how you can be wrong. If you're not following what's happening, you're going to be going around with a group of people that you're not following. If you're not following what's going on, you're going to be losing sleep. And if you're not losing sleep, then you're just a phony.
Friday, 03 Apr 2020 10:00

For the past four years, I've watched every presidential debate, except for one: the first one, which was between John McCain and George Bush, in 2000. I found that, despite it's excessive television time, it wasn't always a good idea to pay the close attention to the TV, but instead just follow the debate on its own. And even though I was rather nervous, in the end I enjoyed it, and it was the only debate that I gave the highest rating of my vote. Now, I decided to watch the second debate between President Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney. And it is just as bad as the first one. When I saw the ads for this one, I thought it was going to be some kind of a non-political debate between Obama and Romney, where they're going to talk about different things, such as health care. But the ads were not the truth. The whole thing was more like a political rant. I was expecting to see some political rants, but they were even more ridiculous than usual. For example, they decided to bring up the Social Security Act, which was about to go bankrupt. Obama, Romney, both had a very sarcastic attitude about that, which I found really insulting. Also, they started to talk about their family life, but at that time they had nothing to talk about. One thing I didn't like about the first one was that it was too long. It was hard to follow the entire debate, because the TV was distracting me. I think the second one is worse, because there is a lot of political rants. I think the candidates were all speaking about their personal lives. So I find that the best part of the second debate is that it doesn't matter. It's not a political debate, so you don't need to pay any attention to it. If you didn't like the first one, you will not like this one either. So, if you're a fan of politics, you should watch the second debate.


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