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(1748) 6.3 76 min 2018

Hale County This Morning, This Evening is a movie starring Latrenda 'Boosie' Ash, Quincy Bryant, and Daniel Collins. A kaleidoscopic and humanistic view of the Black community in Hale County, Alabama.

Starring
Daniel Collins, Latrenda 'Boosie' Ash, Quincy Bryant, RaMell Ross
Genres
Documentary
Director
RaMell Ross

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director RaMell Ross
Writer RaMell Ross, Maya Krinsky
Stars Daniel Collins, Latrenda 'Boosie' Ash, Quincy Bryant, RaMell Ross
Country USA
Also Known As Okrug Hejl ovog jutra, ove večeri, Gdzieś w Alabamie, rano, wieczorem, Hale'i maakond hommikul, õhtul, Hale County, jour après jour, 黑爾郡的日與夜
Runtime 1H 16M
Description A kaleidoscopic and humanistic view of the Black community in Hale County, Alabama.

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Wednesday, 09 Sep 2020 12:09

Of course, the environmental movement is the worst thing to happen to the country over the last few decades. And here it is, just like it always is in the media, making money off the blatant lies of the oil industry and their government. But, that's just the US. It is not very much different in the world where a minority of citizens decides what is good for the country, as they have a lot of money and control over the government and economy. So, we really shouldn't be surprised about this story, in spite of the fact that it's done in the most eloquent way imaginable. In fact, it's an epic of a film. It should be required viewing in all public schools, and in all education institutions. For a history teacher, it's an excellent resource for her students. And for everybody, it is the film that really shows the dark side of the environmental movement. The issue is the issue, not the people who are for or against it. The image of these people, as they often appear in the media, are of a bunch of tyrants. They are not educated, and it's a sad fact that they are far from educated themselves. And they can not tell a story without sounding like jerks. They do not care about the truth. They want to use the media to power their claims to control the world, and then they would totally fail in doing that. The film also proves that it is actually very difficult to fight against the evils of the oil industry. It's the same industry that has successfully pushed out all kinds of harmless things and, in the end, helped to bring about the collapse of a whole civilization. This is just one of the many things that come out in the film, from the fantastic main character's narrative, to the details of the "POP UP" operation, to the constant reports of the oil industry's deceptive practices. It is, as always, a great film. However, the big thing about it, for me, is the sense of emotion, the horror, the hopelessness, the helplessness, the desperation, the absolute despair that is evident from the very first minutes of the film. It's also a real sense of fear, which we have seen in the same film numerous times over the years. So, if you are willing to watch it, you should enjoy it, and learn something.
Tuesday, 09 Jun 2020 12:12

I have a great deal of respect for Michael Moore. He's shown how to have a serious film and really put a human face on what is going on in America. And for the most part, he has shown what it is like to live in the hood of our great nation. He has a way with dialogue, and he is able to set up his films as a question and answer session. But with this one, it's really quite an interesting story. It starts with a very interesting piece of information, but it doesn't let you know enough about the actual situation to make you care. And then after a few minutes of this, it just becomes about the person who has the story, and it doesn't let you know enough about the individual to feel compassion for. The film was about, and that is the problem, but it was done so poorly. As a movie, it is not much. There are several aspects that the movie is about, but they are not enough to make you care about the people in the film. The background information is given, but it is all just information, without being enough to make you feel compassion for the people who are just trying to survive. This makes it very difficult to take a human face on the real situation in the hood. And I think it also shows that in all the other films that have been done, they have done a much better job at showing the real situation. One that you can actually care about. The director, Peter Hedges, is the second film that I have seen in the last year that has really shown that there is an area that is able to bring together a lot of film industry people to come together, and show how people can come together and get together to create a great film, and a film that will have great effects. But this one, is about a group of people who are trying to get through a storm and they are in a van, in the middle of a rough part of town, and they are in a full house and they are not even sure that the electricity is back on. And they are having trouble getting people to come to them. It's really an interesting subject matter, and I think it's more of a subject that people can relate to than, "Oh, the only one I know that's ever been through that has ever been in that situation." It's a difficult subject matter, but it really does a good job at trying to show a humanity of the issue. And I think it should be seen by as many people as possible, because it really should be a great film. But it does have a few flaws. For instance, some of the people in the van do a great job at telling the story. But the entire film is a very boring documentary. The director is able to make it interesting, and very interesting, but the film just drags on for about an hour and a half. And the story really is more about one man's struggle to survive, than it is about the truth of the situation. The director's argument is that it is about the true events that happened in the night of the 12th of November, but it is mostly just about him and his family. But if it had been just about him and his family, it would have been just a good film, and it would have been a much better film than this. I think this film should be a big deal, but it should not be the film to be shown in the big media that it is meant to be. It is really one of the weaker documentaries I have seen in the last year. But it does a good job at showing a small group of people that has a different perspective on the events that happened on that day. And that is definitely a great film, and that is a film that I think that people should see.


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