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Halston is a movie starring Liza Minnelli, Marisa Berenson, and Joel Schumacher. Prodigiously talented, Halston reigned over fashion in the 1970s and became a household name. But everything changed in the Wall Street era. With his...

Documentary, Biography
Frédéric Tcheng
Joel Schumacher, Liza Minnelli, Naeem Khan, Marisa Berenson

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Genres Documentary, Biography
Director Frédéric Tcheng
Writer Frédéric Tcheng
Stars Joel Schumacher, Liza Minnelli, Naeem Khan, Marisa Berenson
Country USA
Also Known As Halstonas: sloves ir nuopolio istorija
Runtime 1 h 45 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 Prodigiously talented, Halston reigned over fashion in the 1970s and became a household name. But everything changed in the Wall Street era. With his empire under threat, Halston took the biggest gamble of his life.

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Tuesday, 09 Jun 2020 05:39

As much as I admire the work of the Canadian documentary filmmaker David Suzuki, I feel his presentation of his experience in the oil sands region is simply too superficial. For me, this was Suzuki's first major documentary film, but the story that unfolds is essentially Suzuki's version of a long-winded tell-all from a man who had a grand time in the oil sands, but could not put a finger on the very reasons why. The film's essence is Suzuki's recounting of the time that he spent in the oil sands in Alberta, a region that is rapidly turning into Canada's new industrialized heartland, but that is now undergoing a major transformation in oil sands production and technology. It's hard to know whether to find Suzuki's personal tragedy in the failures of his job and personal relationships with his family, or to see the ecological impact of the massive oil sands operations that are pushing the planet toward climate change. Suzuki has been out of work since 2004, and he's been unable to find work in Alberta, a situation that would likely have put him out of work in any state. Suzuki's focus on his personal life and relationships is all well and good, but for someone who has devoted his life to the environment, the environmental consequences of the oil sands are a constant threat to his personal life. Suzuki's personal life is very much his focus, but there's a lot of film that would have been helpful. He spoke with the oil industry, he spoke with the environmentalists, but he has been unable to find an industry that will take his story seriously. There are no environmental organizations or policy makers willing to deal with his problems or to confront the destructive power of the oil sands. He says that the oil industry was willing to meet him, but he was always turned down. Suzuki would have benefited from a long interview with a well-known environmentalist, such as a Dr. Bronwyn Shaughnessy or the renowned Naomi Klein. He would have also benefited from a serious look at the environmental impacts of the oil sands, as the US EPA had found in a landmark study. Suzuki, like many other Canadian documentary filmmakers, relies heavily on interviews to tell his story, but his interviews are a little too short, and he doesn't seem to really want to have a substantive conversation with anyone. His scenes with Ken Kiefer were somewhat interesting, but he seemed too interested in his own work, and the feeling was that he wanted to end his life on a high note. He would have benefited from having a longer and more interesting interview with Dr. Jack Horner, the manager of the marine processing plant that is producing the oils from Alberta's oil sands. It was also very important to have a deeper look at the environmental impact of the oil sands, but he was too obsessed with his own story. The film ends with a message that Suzuki says is "There is no
Sunday, 07 Jun 2020 04:39

I had never heard of Colin O'Donoghue, until he made this film. I'm an accountant and I'm a big fan of Dr. Phil. He was my first doctor and now I've seen his work. I love his ability to get to the bottom of things. I am now a practicing doctor and I feel the same way about his approach. His approach is one of the most important in medicine today. He makes a point of letting his patients know that even though they may seem ill, they are in fact very healthy and capable of living long and healthy lives. When he speaks to the families of people who have died and tells them their loved ones died while they were enjoying their lives, he seems to be sincere and he really does not seek to profit or manipulate his patients or the people around them. He just wants to help them. He also is so serious in his approach that he doesn't do the same for his patients. He treats them like people, he doesn't try to sell them anything, he treats them as if they are just people and they deserve to be treated with respect and dignity. This film is an amazing and emotional story about a man's life and the impact he has had on the lives of people around him. I had never seen a documentary film so well done. I have not seen a documentary film that has made me cry so much. I could watch this movie for hours and hours. I felt like I was with Colin O'Donoghue all the time. I think the emotions that he brings out of his patients are amazing and he is a wonderful person to be around. I am really glad that he has given this film to people who have been affected by the death of a loved one, to tell their stories. He is also a great friend and mentor to many people. I hope that he is not the only one who is affected by this and I am sure that he will continue to make a difference in the lives of others.
Thursday, 30 Apr 2020 19:37

This is a remarkable film, to be sure. As a British film maker, I found it to be far more sympathetic than I had expected. The depiction of the differences between the British and Irish people is beautifully done. At the time, many of the Brits were very much in love with the Irish, and the film captures that. As to the Irish, the film seems to show them to be some of the most intelligent, intelligent people that ever lived. Some have argued that they have never done anything that any Brits couldn't do, and this is true. However, this movie also shows how their lives were completely different. They were different from the Brits, in many ways, in every way. They were able to dream and create. They were able to make things, and live a life. It was a unique time, and for some, it was even better than the time that we Americans were living at that time. The Irish were able to dream and create, and their life was unique. There was no way that any Brits could have lived this way, and this movie shows the British way of life. I do not like to compare people, but the movie has some excellent interviews with both Brits and Irish, and the Brits and Irish have a great chemistry, so that makes it more enjoyable for those who know about the other culture. I highly recommend this film, as it shows the beauty of both cultures, and how they were able to combine their different life styles, and even the differences between them. I think that the people who want to see this film, should not look at it as a comparison of the two cultures, but rather, as a comparison of how different the Brits and Irish are. I am glad that I saw this film.

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