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The World Before Your Feet is a movie starring Matt Green. For over six years, and for reasons he can't explain, Matt Green, 37, has been walking every block of every street in New York City - a journey of more than 8,000 miles. THE...

Genres
Documentary
Director
Jeremy Workman
Starring
Matt Green

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Product details

Genres Documentary
Director Jeremy Workman
Stars Matt Green
Country USA
Also Known As New York - The World Before Your Feet, New York - Die Welt vor deinen Füßen
Runtime 1 h 35 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 For over six years, and for reasons he can't explain, Matt Green, 37, has been walking every block of every street in New York City - a journey of more than 8,000 miles. THE WORLD BEFORE YOUR FEET tells the story of one man's unusual personal quest and the unexpected journey of discovery, humanity, and wonder that ensues.

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Tuesday, 07 Jul 2020 17:41

I was looking forward to this film as I liked the first (Vancouver) film, but when I saw it I realized it was a prime example of what goes wrong in a film with the poorly developed characters and story, poor story telling and non compelling dialogue. This is not to say the film is without value, but to say that a film from Canada (Konrad, Soderbergh, and Co) made in 2006 is without merit is a travesty. People are comparing this film to "Life is Beautiful" (but not for the reason you think), and how it has its success, I don't know what to tell you. This film is not to be taken as a real life drama and anyone that says they are going to go to the cinema to experience it is a fool. This film was never intended to be a serious drama or historical drama. It is a film that looks and feels like a documentary that has no intention to tell a story. It does not attempt to be a true story of the situation in Vancouver or tell you the story behind the film. It is a documentary on the Vancouver winter Olympics of 1984 and follows the lives of the people who witnessed the opening ceremony, and the people that went through life under the ice and snow in the months before the games. I would not be surprised if this film is not successful, as I don't think it will do well at the box office, and it was made in 2006, so unless you are a die-hard Olympic and U2 fan, this film will not change your opinion of the Olympic Games. People may not go to the cinema to watch this film, but if you are a soccer fan, you might want to give it a try. It is quite good.
Friday, 03 Jul 2020 13:32

Let me preface this by saying that I never intended on seeing this documentary, but I decided to run a few errands and had a friend of mine pick it up, and I thought it might be a good thing to watch. The documentary is all about elephants in Gabon, and the wildlife around it is so beautiful, and it is such a beautiful country, it's almost impossible not to have a feeling for them. There are a few sad stories, but it's also a very moving and pretty amazing story, even if you never want to see elephants, I'm guessing the documentary would have been just as good if you never saw elephants. I'll say right off the bat that I love this documentary. It's a pretty accurate portrayal of the beauty and the horrible treatment of elephants in Gabon, and the pictures and other clips really capture the natural beauty of the country, but what is really interesting is how the people living there look to elephants. You really see how people in the city regard the animals as nothing more than a means of employment. There are a lot of incredibly sad stories in the documentary, but most of the other stories are pretty upbeat. In fact, I think the "moviemaking" is the highlight of the documentary, because you see the film in a pretty old, lifeless way. It almost feels like it was edited like a play, and a lot of the other people on the production team were really happy with that. One of the best things about this documentary is the way it really captures Gabon's beauty, and the people who live there, and the people who are the tools of the trade. The director has done a great job of documenting the animals and the way they're treated, but the real artistic beauty of the documentary is how the production crew (fellow Gabonans, who are really grateful to have such a beautiful country) captures the beauty of the country and its people. That's the beauty of film, isn't it?
Friday, 12 Jun 2020 15:02

I was told that this documentary was "scary", which is probably not the case. I did not know much about the Czech refugees before, except that they had been transported to the Netherlands after WWII, and that they were killed or deported. This film did not let me know much more about this subject. In fact, I was very surprised by how much I learned, which is surprising because the subject was quite interesting and we did not have much opportunity to learn much about it. I only knew that it was mostly made in the 70's, and I assumed that this was the heyday of the Holocaust. As it turns out, I was wrong about that. The Czech people were mostly victims of the Holocaust. Many are still living in the shadows, suffering from social discrimination, both in Czech and in the west. Many still live in poverty, or are so marginal that they do not even have the name of a job, or do not even have a job. They also still suffer from discrimination by the state, and even the refugees from the Warsaw Ghetto did not get asylum in the west after the war. The rest of the population is in a constant state of fear, and the fact that they are afraid is not only because of the refugees, but because of the governments that exploit fear by falsely labeling all refugees as "refugees". This is just one of many sources of fear. If the film had been made in the 1970's, it would have been very popular, but nowadays it does not have a tremendous impact. I am surprised that the public does not realize how much the world is still in a state of fear, and how much lies are used to protect the elites. It is hard to believe that when the word "refugee" is spoken in the public domain, that everyone simply assumes that everyone who walks on a beach or at a hotel is a refugee. In a way, it is a historical fact that the world has been in a state of fear throughout the history of mankind. I am a historian and I have read some books on the Holocaust, and I do not know of a single case where a significant amount of people who were involved in the camp were forced to hide. There are many people that had opportunities to see and do something, but chose to not do so, or to not express their humanity, because of social prejudice. I think that this documentary shows that this is very dangerous, and that we need to talk about it. If a majority of the public were educated about the Holocaust
Tuesday, 09 Jun 2020 12:23

I don't like to say, "There's something wrong with me". But that's what we can say about this film. First of all, you know that this is a documentary. But it's not even about just about the history of the Middle East. It's about the history of children. The movie is not about children of today, or tomorrow. It's about a child from a world that we don't want to be part of. The children of the 20th century have a lot of blame to carry. That's not to say that today's children are better, but they are certainly not worse than children from the past. No, this is about a child from today. This child has his own voice and is not influenced by the opinions of others. It's a little girl from Azerbaijan. She grew up without a father. She was not exposed to the world through the cinema. She had no one to tell her that she was a woman. As a result, she lives the life of a girl who does not get to have freedom. That's why she has some criticism to bear. I don't know about others, but when I watch this documentary, I almost felt like I was in a different world. It is hard to be independent when you don't have any connection with your parents. You know that the world around you doesn't allow you to be independent. It's not a bad thing. It's not a terrible thing. It's just something that should not happen in this world. The future could be better, but it won't be an excuse to allow children to live in poverty. But then again, we could call it slavery. So, what do we do? It's very important to be a part of something. And this world has not a lot of opportunities for us to be a part of anything. We have to find ways to make money from the information that we get and to get a better life for our children. This movie is a gift from the people who gave this gift to me. I will remember it for years to come.
Wednesday, 27 May 2020 16:15

Some people may find this film boring, but I found it fascinating and the knowledge gained from it has lead me to write this post. There are many issues that are brought up in the film, and it would be impossible to list them all. However, I will list a few that have caught my attention, and I urge you to watch this film and form your own opinions. The issues addressed in this film are quite scary, and they have always been for me. In fact, I think the portrayal of violence in this film is just as shocking as it was in "The World of Same." In "Earth: Final Conflict," the narration is at times a little corny and over the top, but overall it was very effective. In "World Before Your Feet," the narration is sometimes a little under the surface. It is actually a little disturbing, but it is necessary and I do not think it is deliberate. The narration is part of the whole background, and it is used in a way that doesn't play up the violence, but shows it instead. I would argue that in this film, the narration actually tends to be more disturbing than the violence. The narration plays a role in this film that is similar to that of "Earth: Final Conflict." That film was a little corny and over the top. However, "World Before Your Feet" is also very violent, but it is not overly. I don't think it is necessary to show what people do when they are really angry, or to show scenes where people were just killed. We already know what happens when people are angry, so we just leave it up to the viewer to determine. I found the narration in this film to be effective, and it is the narrator's commentary that makes the film effective. Some have already said that the narration is not used very well. I have no problem with that. In fact, I find it very effective. My problem with the narration in this film is that it becomes very repetitive. I do not think that narration is particularly necessary. I think it is useful to have it in a documentary to help keep the film from getting boring. We are told that the narrator is a film critic, and we are told that he is a loudmouth. We are told that he is rude and sometimes, even crude. However, I think that it is rather effective in showing the man's point of view. For example, he will just rant about how strange the music is in the film and we can see how he speaks in an
Sunday, 26 Apr 2020 08:27

Wow. For a film that is not the bible (Which I do not like, although I do like it and would love to see the Bible used in a way that is relevant), but a documentary about a school in the middle of nowhere that was brought to my attention by my son, who did not want to go to school anymore, and wanted to learn more about his heritage. We are in the 1970's. We do not know how to read and can not say the names of anything. My son asked what's going on, and my wife was about to tell him that it was all wrong. But then they had to show me. We have a graphic-art teacher, so he made pictures. So we went to the second screen, we did not want to see the pictures. And, wow, it was amazing. I cried. I am not an American. I do not know what to say. It was an amazing journey, and the way that the director captured the photos and the people. I will tell you about them. One day I will make my own documentary about it. It is a story of two people in the 70's. The women, who lived in rural villages, and the men, who lived in the city. It is a story about how the women were educated and how they were so important. They were the basis of the society. It is about women who fought for rights and women who fought for what was right. It is a story about how men, for a long time, have been beaten, because of their right to education. That was important to them, even if they were not able to speak English. It is about how they are beginning to learn how to communicate with the world. One thing I know, you can not put any music on a documentary, because the music is important for the people, and the children, and the children are the most important thing in the story. There is a musical, the story of the two women is very important to them. It is a story that I did not know. But now, it is my discovery. I want to tell you about that story and this documentary, because it is my discovery. And I will tell you about the students. They are very talented, very talented. In every age group, they do amazing things. I am more than happy that I saw it, because I want to help to educate more people, and to change the world. And I will help them.


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