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The Brink is a movie starring Steve Bannon, Louis Aliot, and Sean Bannon. A fly-on-the-wall chronicle of embattled former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon's global mission to spread extreme nationalism.

Alison Klayman
Patrick Caddell, Steve Bannon, Sean Bannon, Louis Aliot

All Systems Operational

Product details

Genres Documentary
Director Alison Klayman
Stars Patrick Caddell, Steve Bannon, Sean Bannon, Louis Aliot
Country USA
Also Known As ザ・ブリンク, The Brink - Sull'orlo dell'abisso, Steve Bannon: le grand manipulateur, Steve Bannon, el gran manipulador
Runtime 1 h 31 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 When Steve Bannon left his position as White House chief strategist less than a week after the Charlottesville "Unite the Right" rally in August 2017, he was already a notorious figure in Trump's inner circle, and for bringing a far-right ideology into the highest echelons of American politics. Unconstrained by an official post - though some say he still has a direct line to the White House - he became free to peddle influence as a perceived kingmaker, turning his controversial brand of nationalism into a global movement. THE BRINK follows Bannon through the 2018 mid-term elections in the United States, shedding light on his efforts to mobilize and unify far-right parties in order to win seats in the May 2019 European Parliamentary elections. To maintain his power and influence, the former Goldman Sachs banker and media investor reinvents himself - as he has many times before - this time as the self-appointed leader of a global populist movement. Keen manipulator of the press and gifted self-promoter, Bannon continues to draw headlines and protests wherever he goes, feeding the powerful myth on which his survival relies.

Top reviews

Friday, 05 Jun 2020 20:51

This documentary does a great job of showing the struggles of the displaced and unemployed in Mexico. There are many stories of people who were forced to flee their homes due to the economic downturn. The title of the film, Brink, is a reference to the border fence that divides Mexico and the United States. The border fence is meant to prevent illegal immigration. However, many people who cross the border illegally are not apprehended. Some are allowed to stay and work illegally. The reason for this is that they are not apprehended, and the government decides not to pay the cost of taking them into custody. Many of these people, and even families, have no means of support, and have to survive on the scraps they can find. This film does a great job of showing this problem. There is a lot of information on the human rights situation in Mexico, as well as the challenges faced by the impoverished. The story of the woman who is a single mother, and has been forced to move into a run down apartment, and her struggles are very well done. The only complaint I had with the film was the ending, in which they tell us that she will be able to return to Mexico, but she does not. The woman is a good person, and wants to be reunited with her children. However, due to economic troubles, she does not have the means to get them back. Overall, this film is very informative. It is a great film that will help people to understand the problems in Mexico, and its people. I would highly recommend this film to anyone. If you are an immigrant, or just want to know more about the economic problems in Mexico, this is the film for you. If you are an American who wants to understand the problems of the United States, this is the film for you.
Thursday, 04 Jun 2020 13:24

If there was a scenario that would have happened that would have been more positive and realistic, it would have been the kind of scenario that never happened. In the movie, you get to see the negative side of what went on during the Rodney King riots. It is about the negative side of how some people in the press and the media portrayed the riots and Rodney King. The problem is, the media had a vested interest in covering the riots, which was to provide a positive story on how the riots affected the city. In the end, the media turned out to be the main cause of the riots. In this movie, it is revealed that the media actually helped the riots by being in the city and taking the photos and videos that they needed to bring out the negative side of the riots. The media even had the power to cause Rodney King to be killed in a rage. This is not to say that the media was all bad. A lot of them were actually good, in that they were looking out for the public and providing unbiased coverage. I also understand that the media wanted to get the story out, but the problem is, it didn't want to run the story on Rodney King. It wanted to get the story out, but they were just trying to get a positive story out of it. The only thing that was really true in this movie was that the media played a role in the riots. It wasn't all their fault. They just wanted to cover the story, but the media was the main reason that the riots happened. In the end, Rodney King was killed because of the media, not because of the riots. In the end, Rodney King was just a victim of the media. I don't like the media. I like the people who are against the media. If you are against the media, then you will not like the movie.
Monday, 06 Apr 2020 07:43

As the creator of the popular podcast, I was excited to see this documentary and I'm glad I saw it. It covers a number of different subjects in the podcasting community. While I wasn't expecting to see all of the same people, I certainly didn't expect them to be so well-known. I also had a lot of questions about the podcasting community as a whole. The creators, the hosts, the writers, the listeners, the advertisers. I was really impressed with the diversity of these people. The biggest thing I liked about the documentary was the format. It was a combination of interviews and a commentary on the podcasting community. It wasn't the typical documentary format. I thought that the format was very engaging and it was very easy to follow. It also kept me interested. I had a few questions that I wanted to know more about, but it was clear that the people in the documentary knew more than I did. The best part of the documentary is when the people talk about their journey and how they created the show. It's interesting to see how they came to the conclusion that they wanted to make a podcast. I was impressed with the way they described their motivations and the way they described the process of building the show. The biggest thing I thought was that it didn't get bogged down in the details of the actual podcasting process. It didn't seem to want to delve into the details of how the show was made. It didn't seem to want to give any insight on the business side of the podcasting industry. It was interesting to see that the interviewees weren't just talking about the business of podcasting. It seemed like they were all describing their own personal journey in the podcasting world. The biggest question I had about the documentary was about the ethics of the podcasting community. As the creator of the podcast, I felt a responsibility to the community and to the people who listened to the podcast. I also felt that I was obligated to make this documentary and I was happy to see that the documentary was a piece of work. I thought it was well-made and interesting. I would recommend it to people who are interested in the podcasting community.

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