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American Chaos is a movie starring John Ladd, Julio Martinez, and James D. Stern. A man searches for answers to Donald Trump's widespread support before the 2016 presidential election.

James D. Stern
John Ladd, James D. Stern, Julio Martinez

All Systems Operational

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Genres Documentary
Director James D. Stern
Stars John Ladd, James D. Stern, Julio Martinez
Country USA
Also Known As Američki Haos
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 A man searches for answers to Donald Trump's widespread support before the 2016 presidential election.

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Wednesday, 27 May 2020 11:02

I have always been fascinated by how the media portrays the "sick world". From the 1970's to the present day, I have been in contact with a large number of people suffering from this disease, both mentally and physically. It is often a case of illness followed by a social transition from the 'real' to the 'ill' world. The health professionals I have spoken to, including the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) and the American Medical Association (AMA) have been very open about this. There are also some who have been treated for their illness by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and are now the "successful" patients. The entire subject is discussed in a very honest and thorough manner. The movie's title is a very apt description. The movie starts with the results of a study that has shown that there are significant differences between the patient's perceptions and the reality. The same can be said for their treatment. One of the interesting points that I have learned about is that a large number of people (mostly college students) who suffer from mental illness are not only aware of the problems they have, but actively seek to improve their condition. One of the points that I have learned is that many of them are aware of the negative effects of their illness, and are taking steps to remedy these. The movie has a great deal of information on this topic. It also contains information on how to treat mental illness, from medication, to therapy. A good point is made about the difference between treatment and cure. The movie also shows the difficulties of treatment, and the difficulties of the patients themselves. The movie ends with a discussion of what the future holds for the patients who are now "successful" patients, and what can be done to make the "real" world a better place for them. I highly recommend this movie, especially to those who have been personally affected by mental illness.
Tuesday, 19 May 2020 08:41

The World is Not a Straight Line is a fascinating look at the fascinating world of contemporary political activism in the United States. It's not a documentary; it's a look at what it takes to make a political impact. It's a look at a campaign, and the obstacles to success. We meet a number of individuals who have set out to be the next Ben Carson or Michael Moore, and have accomplished it. We meet activists who have paved the way for others to follow, like the "Americans for Prosperity" (a political action group based in Texas) who used their wealthy benefactors to fund their efforts, and other activists who have put their own money behind their causes. We meet a number of politicians who have become activists themselves, and have done it for themselves, and other people. There are a number of interviews with activists and politicians who have a particular affinity for the movement they are part of. This is a very well-made documentary, and it's a pleasure to see how such a fascinating subject has been treated. The fact that it's been done in a documentary format, and not in an investigative mode, means that the film doesn't take a hard line on the activists themselves. They are the subjects, and that's how it should be. The people we meet, like the D.C. police officer who was harassed for his activism, and the NAACP leader who turned her activism into a business, aren't portrayed as the enemy. There is no trashing of them. Rather, we see them as people who are trying to make a difference in their community. The film is also interesting in that it doesn't focus on the activists themselves. It doesn't focus on the people who back them, and there is no question about who is in favor of what. In that sense, the film is much more focused on the people in the street, than it is on the leaders of the movement. It's interesting to note that many of the people interviewed are very young, and that the movement is young. The youngest of the activists interviewed, a teen who uses the name Chris (he has been interviewed several times by MTV), was interviewed by CNN's Piers Morgan. This isn't a movement that is too old to be involved in, and it's a movement that is young enough to be young, and to be young without being too old. People are asking themselves, "How do I become involved?" They are asking themselves, "How do I get involved?" This is an interesting documentary that will keep you thinking about it. It's a great way to get a look at how a movement can get started and what the barriers to it are.
Tuesday, 05 May 2020 18:51

There are a lot of people who seem to think that what's going on in the world today is bad, and that America is a great nation, that we are the world's savior, etc. I am not one of them, and I am not the one to make this film. I'm just a normal guy who loves his country, and a lot of the films I've seen about the United States, especially the recent ones, have been very bad. But this film is different. It's very well made, and I think it should be seen by all Americans. This is not an anti-American film, just a film about how the US government treats its citizens. I think it's a good movie, and it's interesting to see how Americans are treated by the government. It's a lot more interesting than the films about the events in Iraq, for example, because that's just a bunch of Hollywood actors pretending to be from Iraq, and that's it. But this film is about the United States, and it shows how they treat its citizens. It's not just about what's happening in Iraq, or the issues of terrorism, it's about how the United States treats its citizens. It's a film that should be seen by everyone, and it's a very good one. I also recommend "Closer", "Boys Don't Cry", and "Traffic". I also recommend watching the "Naked Gun" movies, because I think they're good too. They're different, but they have the same message, which is the same one. It's not "Boys Don't Cry" that is the best movie ever, it's "Closer". And I also recommend "Saving Private Ryan", which is also a good film. I think the most important film that I've seen about the United States, is "The Day After", and that's a film that should be seen by everyone, because it's a very good film about the American people. But this film is very good. I give it a 9 out of 10.
Thursday, 23 Apr 2020 18:17

A documentary about an unlikely ally, the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA), which has fought a brutal war against Serbian forces since the 1990s. The KLA is an extremely small terrorist group, consisting of few hundred members, with very little leadership. They are led by the charismatic Milorad Dodik, a former Bosnian Serb general, who founded the group in the 1990s. The KLA is a relatively new group, and the KLA is much more militaristic than their predecessors, which helped the group to be more effective. They have long weapons, but they also possess a much larger number of rockets and grenades than the KLA had at the time of the war. It is this difference that is the focus of the documentary. The KLA has its own leaders, and a number of prominent commanders are known to have been involved in the organization. Milorad Dodik is considered a hero for his role in leading the group, and his alleged involvement in the 1995 Srebrenica massacre is a source of considerable controversy. A key member of the KLA is Ali Prasov, a former member of the Serbian Army who was imprisoned and tortured by the Serbs. Prasov's behavior is shown in a series of interviews, but his motivation for joining the group is not clear. He was instrumental in helping to organize the KLA, but he was not involved in combat. Dodik claims that Prasov was a collaborator, and the KLA does not seem to have any problem with Prasov's involvement in the group. Dodik also claims that the KLA are not affiliated with any other Serbian groups, but some of the groups that they have fought against have been linked to the Serbian Army. The KLA have also been accused of being responsible for a number of killings, but it is not clear if this was a factor in their tactics. They have killed Serbs, and their actions have earned them the nickname "the Brown Berets of the Balkans." The KLA have also been accused of committing atrocities in Bosnia and Kosovo, and it is clear that the KLA has been at odds with the Bosnian Serb Army. The KLA is the subject of the documentary, but Dodik and the KLA themselves are not. The KLA was established by Dodik and his father, and they were involved in the creation of the KLA. Dodik claims that he was a leader of the KLA before he was born, and he claims to have been involved in some of the most important battles of the group. The documentary shows some of the KLA's exploits, such as the capture of a Serb artillery unit and the execution of the commander of the unit. Dodik's father, a former Bosnian Serb general, is also interviewed. Dodik claims that he had close ties with the KLA, and that he was a recruiter. He also claims that he was involved in several of the group's battles. He says that the KLA does not only fight for themselves, but also for the Serbs, and that the group is very efficient in its use of violence. The KLA is a very small group, and they do not seem to have any leaders. There is a great deal of evidence that Dodik was involved in the formation of the KLA, and it is very difficult to believe that he was not involved. Dodik claims that

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