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Best and Most Beautiful Things is a movie starring Michael Roche, Julie Smith, and Michelle Smith. In a celebration of outcasts, a precocious young blind woman vanishes into quirky obsessions and isolation. With humor and bold...

Garrett Zevgetis
Michael Roche, Julie Smith, Michelle Smith

All Systems Operational

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Genres Documentary
Director Garrett Zevgetis
Stars Michael Roche, Julie Smith, Michelle Smith
Country USA
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 In a celebration of outcasts, a precocious young blind woman vanishes into quirky obsessions and isolation. With humor and bold curiosity, she chases love and freedom in the most unexpected of places: a provocative fringe community.

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Wednesday, 18 Mar 2020 12:38

There is no way you can make a better movie about the H.I.V.D. epidemic than this documentary. What the filmmakers did was to take the facts of this horrible epidemic and present them in a way that can be understood by the viewer. They did this not by shoving a bunch of facts into your face and showing you one or two facts and saying "hey, that's how it is" but by letting you come to your own conclusion. The film is highly educational. I had to go through the "Conversations With Experts" section and was glad to see the range of opinions that exist. Some people say that the CDC does not tell the whole story and is mostly interested in the effects of the disease and its ability to spread. That is true. But what I loved about this documentary is that the information is presented in a way that the viewer can understand it. No one is wrong and no one is right. The film ends with the CDC giving the viewer their opinion on what they believe is the truth. They all give valid reasons for their beliefs. The documentary is not going to be a "thumbs up" or "thumbs down" but instead an educational tool for those who are interested in the subject. I highly recommend it to anyone who has an interest in the topic. The information is well presented and highly recommended. It is also worth noting that the subjects who presented the information gave great insight into their own opinions. The video of this documentary can be found on YouTube and it is very well worth the time to watch. There is nothing that can be said that I have not already said. If you are interested in the topic, this is a documentary that you should check out.
Sunday, 15 Mar 2020 08:42

You may not be familiar with the political world of the early 90s. In the decade after 9/11, it was not as welcoming to outsiders as it is today. Even though the 1990s were a golden age for the liberal and progressive movement, the liberals who were there became the bad guys, as they were welcomed by their countrymen and some, but not many, of the conservatives. This documentary is not about one of the best-known conservatives of the period, Ronald Reagan, but rather about a political movement, a group of liberals, that arose in the late 60s. The movement was concerned with social issues, and its leaders felt they had to do something to change the country, especially for minorities. The core of the group was liberals, mostly Jews, who were especially concerned with the plight of immigrants, women, and homosexuals. These liberals had strong connections with the Democratic Party. They believed that it was their duty to act, but not at the expense of the country's more conservative constituents. The group also included a group of college students and a journalist who had been a conservative all of his life. Together, they went through the problem that they believed the country was facing: immigration. It was one of the main issues that had a direct impact on the lives of the average American. In the 90s, the group began to notice that this immigration issue was also affecting their own lives. The activists also began to realize that the issue was being debated by Republicans, who had the biggest responsibility to act. A leading proponent of the group was a Senator, Chuck Robb, who was willing to support a liberal agenda. The liberals had trouble gaining political support for their movement, but that didn't matter. The core of the movement was the willingness to do something, and in the early 90s, that was to change the immigration law. To do so, they would have to convince the rest of the country, including the Republicans. The liberal activists had also learned a lot from the late 60s, and they were starting to use that knowledge in their work. Their efforts led to the creation of the Committee on Immigration Reform, which would later become the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986. It was very hard to start the immigration reform movement without being supported by powerful interests, and the liberals had to move through several powerful forces. But it wasn't only a fight between liberal and conservative activists. As the years passed, the liberal activists began to see a change in the American culture. The country was becoming more and more liberal, and the liberal activists were becoming more and more conservative. As a result, the activists started to feel they were losing the fight. One of the activists who was leading the fight against the immigration law, Edward Kaye, believed that the movement would fail if they were not united. The liberals became a lot more conservative and the conservatives became more liberal. The liberals began to lose the support of their own countrymen, and many of the activists began to see that the country was beginning to turn away from them. This documentary shows the struggles of the movement and its various leaders. But it also shows the sacrifices the activists had to make, including those of their families. It also shows the impact the liberals had on the lives of their friends, family, and neighbors. This is a very important documentary, because it explains the process of how a group of activists can gain the support of the nation, and that is what we have now. One of the groups that has changed since the movement's formation is the media, and it shows the power of media. The journalists and journalists have made it very difficult for people to be able to decide what is news and what is not. They have become much more liberal than the liberals, and this made the activists who are today very frustrated. If you are a liberal or a conservative

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