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Ver Walking on Water

Walking on Water is a movie starring Christo. An uncensored look into the artistic process and personal relationships of Christo, an artist known for his large-scale installations. For the first time since the passing of his wife...

Genres
Comedy, Documentary, History, Adventure
Director
Andrey Paounov
Starring
Christo

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Product details

Genres Comedy, Documentary, History, Adventure
Director Andrey Paounov
Stars Christo
Country USA, United Arab Emirates, Italy, Germany
Also Known As Christo: Walking on Water, Christo - Walking on Water, Christo - Walking On Water
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 An uncensored look into the artistic process and personal relationships of Christo, an artist known for his large-scale installations. For the first time since the passing of his wife and partner, Jeanne-Claude, Christo sets out to realize, The Floating Piers, a project they conceived together many years before.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 30 Jun 2020 15:06

Since this film was made, the importance of hip hop has been seriously underestimated. This film is a timely reminder that hip hop was a much larger cultural force in America that still has a huge following today. The film begins with Jay-Z performing at the White House and was made by producers for Jay-Z. It gives the audience a good idea of what a great creative force he was. He is credited with writing, producing and producing music for one of the most successful musical acts of all time. There is no doubt that people like Beyonce and Jay-Z would not exist if it wasn't for him. It was also interesting to see that the industry was not against his music at all and it wasn't all bad. He was made to be a hero for a lot of people and that is what he is all about. The film does a great job of showing the underground world of hip hop. It shows how the artists went from being unknowns to super stars overnight. The music industry is still not the same as it was, but it is far from the pathetic state of hip hop that this film is trying to show. This film is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen, but that is not to say that it is without flaws. While the film is done very well, the majority of the time it is still very long and repetitive. It is like the movie was written as a ten-hour documentary but only edited down to ten-minutes. The main problem is that the director did not have a good plan in place for what he wanted to show. There were moments where I would have preferred to see him do a whole different kind of documentary. Overall, this is a very good documentary that shows how Jay-Z changed the music industry overnight. If you are interested in hip hop, this is a must-see. I recommend this film to any hip hop fan.
Saturday, 06 Jun 2020 19:54

A marvelous experience of how to make a documentary, but no movie this year will come close to equal it. For its timeliness and masterful way of telling the story, the movie is a step above what others are offering, but it leaves you with the same sensation as when you watch a movie like American Beauty, and you are left wondering if it really is that great. Its an examination of the nature of the art film, and how it was influenced by such a great director as Stanley Kubrick. Not that its a bad thing, its more that the movie was not all that it could have been, and the conclusion is a little bit of a let down. There are many great things about this movie, and I will get to them here in one line, but I will not spoil the story, or give you an explanation of the meaning of the film. What I will say is that this is a story of a man with such a great, special, dream, and it is not lost on him, but on his audience. He really was a unique man. How he did it, and how he thought about it, and how he would react to the criticism he was receiving, he could not explain. There was a lot of talk about his efforts and dreams, but nothing that made sense to me. It was like he was just playing it out in his mind, and now we have to make it seem like its reality, or we have to pretend it is. I think the movie had a lot of potential, and it could have been so much more, but it was a bit too depressing and some of the lines got on my nerves. There were some great acting, and I am so glad I saw it, but I think the film needed more love and a little more sensitivity, or it would have been a lot better. If it was just a documentary of Kubrick's life, it would have been a great one, and I will certainly see it again, but it needs a little bit more love, a little more sensitivity, and a little more humanity. Its a movie about a man that was special, but I don't think the movie is enough. A lot of the acting was good, and it was nice to see some of the actors from Stanley Kubrick's early movies. I do like his films, and am really glad that this movie was made. But, its not that great, and I would recommend not watching it unless you have time to watch a lot of great movies. 7/10
Monday, 25 May 2020 07:35

This film begins with a short overview of both the ground war in Afghanistan and the war on terror as it relates to the war on the Gaps. The people in this film are pretty well chosen for the roles they play. The sole one who does not do a good job is actress Jessica Chastain. Her performance is stiff and her acting is non-existent. However, her role is just a small part of the film, and it's a good part. Most of the movie focuses on the Afghan war, which is as dramatic and violent as you will ever see. The Taliban's use of women as sex slaves is a very disturbing aspect of the war. The other part of the film focuses on the threat that the US government (as in the US Army) is facing to the Gaps from the Taliban and Al Queda. This threat is very real and this threat is so great that we can feel like this threat could be happening today. This is not a movie for children or to put people in the right frame of mind. This is a movie for those who can handle the subject matter and those who have the courage to see it. It's an interesting topic and it's extremely graphic. As for the director, he did a great job, but unfortunately his vision was not very coherent. The direction and pacing of this film were good, but the focus was too limited. The movie just doesn't flow well, and I don't know what the director was trying to accomplish. The end result was a movie that had a good amount of content, but I don't know how to judge it. It is definitely worth a watch, but I'm not sure it's worth spending your hard earned money on.
Sunday, 17 May 2020 11:10

This is the second film on the Oscar-winning director Darren Aronofsky. The first one is the disturbing, unnerving "Requiem for a Dream" (1999), which also won Aronofsky the Oscar. This time, he combines a little bit of the suspense and horror of the latter film with the chaos and mess of "Tristan". The plot is very confusing. It's not clear what is happening, but there is a theme of the lack of logic, where the different stories from the first film merge in an incoherent way. The same problem exists in this movie, where the first half is quite intriguing, but the second half is very confusing. I love movies about drugs and vice versa, but I don't think that they can work together well. On the contrary, "Requiem" did. "Requiem" had some very disturbing scenes, which can be disturbing, but also had funny scenes. But in this movie, there are many scenes which are just too confusing. There is a scene where a character is smoking weed and he has a vision of a train rolling. When he wakes up the next morning, he sees a train, a bus, a tram, and a tram carrying people. At the end of the scene, the characters are doing just one thing, while the camera is moving at the same time. Even after the scene ends, the camera keeps moving, and the person is still standing in front of the building. Then they start walking. But when they finally reach the building, they notice that it is empty. They realize that there is no one there, and then they realize that the bus has not even left the area. So, the whole scene is just a mess. It makes no sense. It just makes no sense. It is a very, very confusing movie, but at the same time very interesting and worthwhile. It is not clear what the point of the movie is. But I don't think that it is clear, either. It has a lot of surreal scenes, such as a very surreal scene where the camera is looking in a mirror, and then a scene where the girl says to the director that "This is my mind" (I don't know why, but it is a good movie, and it has a very good ending). The director also uses many "WOW" moments, like the scene where the director is making a commercial, and the camera is shaking and looking like it is in the middle of a thunderstorm. In one scene, the camera is looking at a flash of light and he says "It's just a flash of light". And he is saying this because there is a story going on that I don't know what. And
Thursday, 14 May 2020 20:16

This was a great film. I was not familiar with the story but I saw that it had a lot of negative reviews. This is definitely not a film to watch with young children. It is an educational documentary and the events in the film are very well done. I was impressed with the overall quality of the film. Although it has a lot of disturbing things, it was still very effective. The film starts out with a great story of an African American man named Andrew Jackson who fought for the rights of the slaves. The film also had interviews with people like Harriet Tubman and George Washington Carver. After the first 30 minutes or so I felt like it was very intense. The narration was very effective and helped get my attention. The film is also extremely informative. The documentary director focuses on each person and explains all the differences in each person's life. I did find that some of the parts were not explained very well but overall I enjoyed the film. I thought that the people interviewed in the film were all very fascinating. I loved the way that the film was filmed. The film really helped me learn about people in the history of the United States. The film did not shy away from describing some of the worst acts of slavery. I thought that the narration and the narration of the people interviewed really helped bring the story to life. I really enjoyed the overall quality of the film. I thought that the film was very powerful and important. It is not a film that I would recommend for children but I think that it is definitely a film for anyone interested in the history of the United States.
Wednesday, 13 May 2020 07:00

If you love documentaries then you'll love this. You might like it more than I did. It's an interesting and wonderful little piece of art. I'm a professional writer so I can't really comment on this. But the opening is so perfectly framed and put together that you feel like you're a part of it, like you're an observer. I think the problem with documentaries is that the makers of these things tend to think they're making them for a reason. That's what happens when you think you're making a movie. You think you're telling a story. But the truth is you're telling a movie about something you've never been to or really even been to. You're telling a story about what you're going to do or what you think or what you might or might not do if you had to do it again. And that's why this movie is so effective. And it's only made possible by the nature of what it is. It's a fictional story, but it's made up in a way that makes you believe you're watching a documentary about real people who are really not real. You don't have to know anything about those people to understand what they're talking about. I saw this in a theater and when I left the theater I thought, "Wow, that was really good." And I went back to the theater to watch it again and I got more and more impressed. The only other documentary that's made this good is "On the Road." That movie was made for the same reason, to tell a story and to tell a story well. But this one is also so much more. It's a great movie. I really liked it.
Saturday, 09 May 2020 08:48

I have been a fan of Kim and the Undisputed Gymnast since the days of WWE when I used to watch them with my friends, as a kid. I've seen the many videos they've made, and many were about Kim. They seem to have become somewhat a celebrity now. I saw the featurette that came with the DVD and I liked it, but didn't like the other ones that came with it. I had high hopes for the Unforgettable Gymnast. I wanted to see more about Kim, and what it was like for her growing up. The footage she talks about is incredibly entertaining, and she's a good example of how people can get over something without the money, fame or getting in the ring. It was well-produced, and the way that it moved was interesting. The editing is pretty good. It was interesting to see Kim describe how she was raised in the countryside in South Korea. She described the impression it left on her: that she was always covered in dirt, and even when she got to the States, she was the odd-one out. She had to be smart, because there was no way to be smart, since there was no education, so she had to study and work hard. Her father was a policeman, and he was never around her as a mother. She didn't know if she would have a father, and didn't know if she would ever have a mother. Her father's alcoholism, or lack thereof, and her mother's alcoholism, was a big part of her childhood. She grew up in a house with no electricity or running water. Her mother told her that she would never be able to work hard, and that she would be married and have a family. She learned how to fix things at home. Her mother died when she was young, and she never had her own power. Kim says that she is always able to work hard, and that she is smart enough to be a champion. That seems like she had a dream. After she gets to the States, she is surprised to see that there are no coaches to teach her. She meets with a woman who is like her mother, and says that it will take more than just her hard work and determination to become a champion. She makes her dream come true, becoming a champion and a champion mother. I thought the film was interesting and well-made. I like the way the footage from when she first comes to the States, as a little girl, and then later as a little girl again, is shown. She has a great message for kids, but also for parents. I liked the way the film talked about her mother, because she says that her mother was very strong.
Saturday, 02 May 2020 19:41

Astonishingly, this documentary is a documentary, albeit one that takes place in a tent with no director, writer, or stars in it. It's also one that we've come to expect from the likes of George Clooney and Morgan Freeman, both of whom were equally exceptional in it. Clooney is a documentary filmmaker who has documented the lives of his father, with their careers, and is currently filming a documentary about his mother. As far as I know, he's never taken a point of view. There are a few views in this documentary, but they're not really "points" in a documentary. Instead, they're simply "views." The views themselves are interesting, especially considering the subject matter. We learn about how George Clooney's parents met, how he met his wife, and how he met his mother. But the real story here is about George Clooney's relationship with his mother, and that's where the film really shines. This is the story of a father who was so dedicated to his work that he forgot about his family, while the film's creators try to figure out how to turn this into a story about father-son relationships. It's not an easy task, because the subject matter is a bit of a sensitive subject. It has to do with the fact that fathers and their children don't always get along. The film itself doesn't shy away from the subject matter, but it also doesn't shy away from the story it's telling. It goes to great lengths to include interviews with George Clooney's mother, the children, and the father-son relationships, and it pays close attention to the personal details of the family. There's a fair amount of humor, though. There's some great stuff about how George Clooney's father could take his shirt off and wind up naked. There's some jokes about his family's devotion to a marriage vow, and how it made their relationship very difficult to navigate. There's some stuff about how their relationship can be difficult to navigate because the children are always anxious to please their father, and there's some that George Clooney's mother has to deal with from the children, such as how much time they get to spend with their father. The problem is, these things aren't really that funny. There are many moments in the film that are very realistic, but they are also very funny. There are even some really memorable one-liners. It's hard to say which parts are more realistic, because there is a lot of talk about the family. The jokes are not always funny, but they're really funny at times. There are times where I laughed out loud. The biggest example of this was when the father-son relationship was being dealt with
Tuesday, 07 Apr 2020 07:36

I've always loved to see great African documentary and this was definitely an example of that. It takes place in Boma in the 1960's, with lots of interesting things like interviewing descendants of slave owners and their descendants, as well as a few people who lived through the civil war. One of the people interviewed is my great-great-grandfather. As far as I know he was captured by the British and is still being held in prison. The British were looking for a slave trade but were not successful in their search, so they decided to bring a real slave to Boma. The slave trader goes to the colony and is told by the people that they are going to sell him into slavery but he is afraid, so he calls upon his wife to leave. She does so, leaving him behind. He then starts to tell the story of his life. He tells his story over and over again, and shows how he was taken from his village to be sold into slavery and then to another plantation, where he was sold for $1,000, which is pretty expensive in the old country. The movie tells a lot of the stories of people who lived through the Civil War, of course they all remember the details of the war, but they also tell about the life of their ancestors, and also about slavery. The director didn't try to make the movie as objective as possible, but it also doesn't try to be comprehensive, because he wanted to show that it wasn't the end of slavery, but that the slaves went back to the plantations in the 1860's, so that people wouldn't forget the Civil War.
Tuesday, 07 Apr 2020 06:18

While I am sure there is a lot of knowledge to be gained from this film, I found it too simplistic and rather boring. I am not an authority on global warming, but I do know that warming is a serious problem that must be addressed and I am well aware that the time to deal with the problem is now. I also think that the film does not give enough attention to the actions of government, businesses, and citizens that will have to change. There are important things that are being done and are needed. I understand the need to reduce greenhouse gases, but to say that this is the only way to stop the problem is misleading. We need a comprehensive approach. To be in a position to make changes is not enough. A lot of people are still fighting this issue. People should know that we have to reduce emissions and that the solutions are not just coming from the government. A lot of people do not realize that we are part of the solution, but it is not that easy to act. The film talks about the "everyday people" and how they are responsible for the actions of a lot of other people, but there is no one in charge. The voice-over does not help to be a part of the solution, but it is a voice for some people. There is a lot of environmental damage, but it is not the most important part of the problem. I found it just too simplistic. It should have been more about the problems and less about the solutions. I do believe that this film could have been done more to provide more information. There were a lot of problems in the first few minutes of the film and some of them are still not solved. The film could have been more about the solution and less about the problems. I would have liked to have heard more about the role of the government and corporations in this problem. Most of the problems in the film were solved by people, but not by the government. The film also leaves out some important information about the problems. The main problem in the film is not the problem that exists. The problem is the lack of solutions. This is not a documentary about global warming, but about the human race's response to a problem that affects them personally. I think that the people in the film are missing an important part of the story. I think that the audience will be left with a sense of hopelessness, which is what we get from many of the other climate change documentaries. This is not to say that the film is bad. It is a good documentary that does have a message about the issue. I give the film a 7 out of 10.


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