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Ver Machines

Director Rahul Jain presents an intimate, observantly portrayal of the rhythm of life and work in a gigantic textile factory in Gujarat, India. Moving through the corridors and bowels of the enormous and disorientating structure, the camera takes the viewer on a journey to a place of dehumanising physical labor and intense hardship, provoking cause for thought about persistent pre-industrial working conditions and the huge divide between first world and developing countries. Since the 1960s the area of Sachin in western India has undergone unprecedented, unregulated industrialisation, exemplified in its numerous textile factories. MACHINES portraits only one of these factories, while at the same time representing the thousands of labourers working, living and suffering in an environment they can't escape without unity. With strong visual language, memorable images and carefully selected interviews of the workers themselves, Jain tells a story of inequality and oppression, humans and machines.

Genres
Documentary
Director
Rahul Jain

All Systems Operational


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Thursday, 02 Jul 2020 06:56

I'm not sure what was more disturbing: the sight of men literally running around a factory with guns strapped to their waists or the fact that they even paid for the privilege. It's not that this was an anti-gun film, it's that they spent the majority of the time on the guns, and not on the people who were working on them. I was very impressed with this documentary. It's well shot, you can see the people who were actually shooting, and you see the people on the other side of the fence, shooting the guys with the guns. One of the guys at the factory even says he didn't think he'd ever see another human being shooting a gun again. There are some good interviews, some personal stories, and some interesting footage of people in the field. The only reason this wasn't a full-length feature was because the director says he only had about a month to shoot the entire film, so the shots are a little choppy. But it's still a pretty good documentary. And as with all documentaries, if you don't like the subject matter, this won't be a great documentary. But if you like the history of guns and the conflicts they can cause, you might like it. It doesn't touch on how the gun laws were made, but there are a few other interesting points, like how, in the 20th century, many countries actually decided that their people would be trained and have to have a gun. But instead of telling the truth, they would make up a story that they would want to tell, which would include how much it would cost to train a guy, and then tell the guy how much they were going to pay for him to have a gun. In the 21st century, you don't even need training for a gun, you just need a paper bag and a pen. And in the 20th century, you can even have a gun that is just a bunch of old magazines with a few bullets inside it. So the documentary is as objective as you can get. Overall, a good documentary. I think a lot of people would like this, since it is about guns, and some people probably don't even want to know about guns.
Friday, 12 Jun 2020 04:09

What a pleasant surprise this movie was. I was very familiar with the concept of an underground video store that is in the process of being sold to the highest bidder. The idea is so simple, it may be the most interesting concept ever. The concept is executed very well, and I love the way the movie plays with the background of this video store. There's a lot of references to the business (they really do use the word "business" a lot, especially in one scene when the one selling the video store is trying to sell some more merchandise). There's also a lot of interviews with those involved in the video store. It's just a great look at how something like this can come about. I think the movie was also nice because it was a little different from the other stuff I've seen in a while, and it really brought some freshness to the movie that I hadn't seen before. It was nice to see a movie about a video store that is pretty well made and well produced. It's also nice to see a movie that shows how low prices can be for some DVDs. I really liked the music, it was good, and the acting was good. The movie also had a few aspects that I liked, like the idea of using different kinds of cameras to film in, like the ones that you can actually use as a club. That was a nice idea to have in the movie, and it added to the interesting idea. I also liked the idea of the name of the video store, it was very cool, and it was a cool name for a video store. Also, I loved the video store itself, it was really cool. I also liked the atmosphere of the video store, it was very cool, and I liked the way the store was filmed. I also liked the way that the store was filmed, it was very neat. There was also a lot of great camera angles, I like the way they used that. Also, the way the store was filmed. Overall, I really liked the movie. It was good, I thought the ideas were interesting, and it was nice to see how this video store came about, I thought it was a pretty good movie. I would recommend this movie to people who want a movie that has a nice story, it's good to see something different, I think you will like this movie, I did, I really did. It's a great movie that I think is worth watching.
Wednesday, 20 May 2020 16:15

There is a part of me that hates this movie, because it's the type of film that seems to attempt to portray the audience as a cog in a machine, and thus does not hold to its premise. It's a bit of a self-parody, I suppose, but I'm trying to be as fair as possible. In a sense, the movie is a critique on the way films are made, and it should be noted that it is mostly a documentary. I'm not quite sure why I felt the need to make a big deal of it. In any case, it is an interesting, but very depressing movie. The question of whether this is a documentary is up for debate. On the one hand, it seems like it is, but on the other, it seems more like a documentary in a sense that it is really telling the story in a more direct way than a documentary usually would. The video is often very slow moving, and even then, it is still often more exciting to watch than the story of the video itself. The story of the video is extremely well put together, with excellent cinematography and an excellent, if not perfect, pacing. The editing is also very good, and has a more seamless flow than a lot of modern editing. The color scheme and art direction are also very good. I would say that it is a very good film, but it's not a documentary. I do not hate the movie, but it is definitely not a documentary. It is an interesting and engaging documentary, but it is not a documentary in the same sense that such a thing as a documentary is a documentary. It is an intriguing, and mostly fascinating, documentary, and it is a good movie.
Tuesday, 12 May 2020 19:50

A man and a woman discuss the ways in which humans have abused the machines. The woman says that one of the main problems with our current society is that we are more like the robots we are working with, being robotic, or "roboticized." They start to put this into practice. You can't change a robot, you can only make it more human. That's why the women wear silk dresses. If you have a nice body, you are also a robot. A robotic girl. We were also told that if a woman can't get enough action, she'll get fired. We also learn that a girl can be a little "unfriendly" if she has a flat stomach. And they start talking about new types of woman, and all the wonderful things that they can do with the bodies they have. They say that all the new fashions are hot, and that you'll have to see them to believe them. But don't you want to go to the bar? The man says that if you go to the bar, you'll have a beautiful woman dancing with you. Yes, all the ladies will have this amazing new outfit. This is where the film started to take a turn for the worse. We had a man talking about how the female body is a technology. We were told that women can do anything that men can do. We also learned that they have this new drug that allows women to perform all sorts of physical feats. These women have become machines that do things. One of the women in the movie says that a man has to be controlled. If he doesn't want to do something, he must be told to do it. At one point, a woman says that if she didn't have this drug, she would have died. One of the women has a doctor say that he would have to be blind or deaf to operate a woman's vagina. This is all part of the man's talk about the changes women are going to go through. All the women in the film also say that they are going to have to have sex with some man. No, they are not going to have sex. They are going to have to have sex. And the man says that this is "really exciting." This is a good movie, and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in watching it. I thought the acting was good, and the special effects were good. Overall, it was a good movie, and I liked the ending.
Tuesday, 05 May 2020 19:07

This documentary is based on a real story and its first point is that it is an objective documentary. It shows real live people in action, showing what actually goes on during the production of these machines and its integration into the war. It also shows what the military is doing with the machines in a realistic way, with a lot of technical details. For instance, you can see how the "man machine interface" is very different from the "machine interface" on a normal war vehicle. Some of the things that come to the people who have been involved in the production are a little scary, because they actually have to run this machine live, even though there is no hard evidence that they have, or ever will, run this machine. It is an amazing film, because it is more for the people who are involved in this project, who actually spend years of their lives working on this project. It shows the harsh reality of this project, but also shows the hope and the determination that many people who are involved in the project have for what it is to live life in the present. Some of the things that come to them during the production are: the problems of the human resources, the actual delays in the production process, the psychological problems the people feel when they go back to their own units after working for a long time, and the personal battles that they have with their families and with their friends. These are the things that actually happen. I have seen a few other documentaries about the war, but this one is a really nice and, at the same time, an objective documentary. It is a great documentary, with a nice sound and with lots of good information. The documentary is a little slow and you can feel that there are not a lot of scenes in the film, but I do not really mind that. I think that they really focus on the subjects that matter. I do not think that this film is for everyone. It is a little bit slow at some points, but it is still a great documentary. My vote is seven. Title (Brazil): "A Proyecto mais de Autoritao em Autoritao" ("A Proyect of the Machines" ("A Proyect of the Machines" in the original Portuguese)


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