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Important Film, reminding us of human ability to become numb
As a farmer's wife, I love this film. I cried the entire way through the film, imagining my own boys growing up on the farm. Before people are farmers, they are children who love animals. I thought this was an extremely moving use of the documentary medium and will change someone's eating habits after watching.
It's incredibly well done.
A wondrful movie and untold story
This is an incredible historical story - completely untold and eclipses the likes of Amelia Earhart. The filmmaker's were witty in their telling of the story. It was well researched with unbelievable old photos and clippings. Anyone who loves stories about the old American movies, the history of flying, incredible women trailblazing their time, tomboy stories or stories of the American west will simply adore this film. It's a gift to American history and a gem of a picture.
An insightful film
They should make a sequel to see how this film has changed the scope of the industry. I
Fish Out of Water (2009)
A fabulous, quick lesson in scripture
This film will change your mind about any thing you've ever been told about Christianity and sexuality. I highly recommend it to any family members or people who have ever struggled to reconcile the two. The movie is fun and witty and fast, while also smart and thoughtful and enlightening. It uses animation to unpack the Bible. It's easy to watch and makes you feel happy after watching it...and smarter.
Zero Weeks (2017)
As a convservative, I value this film
I've always been a conservative but was recommended that I watch this film due to preconceived notions that I had about paid leave. I have to admit, I wasn't sure what to expect and I certainly didn't think a film about paid family leave could be gripping. This documentary is one of those films that can serve as a wake up call. It is compelling and the subject stories are raw and vulnerable. The filmmaker breaks down what paid leave is and how America suffers by not having it via animation. I really appreciated that the film goes through great pains to lay out why small businesses should have paid leave - and whether or not it could sink them into debt. I have worked for years as a public librarian and I feel like this film should be mandatory viewing for any working American or business owners. I was pleasantly surprised and very much taken by this film 0 Weeks.
Sole Survivor (2013)
Sensitive insight into an unknown experience
I wasn't sure what to expect when watching this film but it is gripping, sensitive and very unusual. The film effortlessly weaves together the stories of various survivors of plane crashes. The movie does a good job offering their point of you. The final 20 minutes gives a great payoff, finally hearing what happened in the main character's crash - and also shows him meeting the people he's been afraid to meet his whole life. It was clear the director won the trust of these people, none of which have ever shared their story publicly. For that reason alone, the film is a gift - giving insight into stories that may have never otherwise been shared.