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(942) 7.7 100 min 2019

No Safe Spaces is a movie starring Adam Carolla, Dennis Prager, and Jordan Peterson. No Safe Spaces contends that identity politics and the suppression of free speech are spreading into every part of society and threatening to...

Starring
Ben Shapiro, Adam Carolla, Jordan Peterson, Dennis Prager
Genres
Documentary
Director
Justin Folk

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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 Justin Folk
Writer John Sullivan
Stars Ben Shapiro, Adam Carolla, Jordan Peterson, Dennis Prager
Country USA
Runtime 1H 40M
Description No Safe Spaces contends that identity politics and the suppression of free speech are spreading into every part of society and threatening to divide America.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 09 Sep 2020 20:37

This documentary is a good look at how the 'safe space' mentality affects the victim, her parents, and the wider community. It is interesting to see how society has reacted to the 'rape culture' which was raised at the time of the filming and which continues to grow today. However, it is also disturbing to see the reaction of some people, who are trying to protect their children from the dangers they will face from these groups. What the film does not show is how these groups actually have an impact on the communities they live in. The parents are portrayed as being 'victims' of the rape culture and they will no doubt blame the victim when the offender is caught. It is a problem that affects everyone from the top down, the children to the very bottom, who must also deal with these groups at home and in school. The solution is more education on how these groups should be dealt with and the 'safe space' mentality should be eradicated. This documentary also highlights how society is not reacting as it should. For example, in many of the videos it is shown how the police are not doing their jobs properly and that the media are part of the problem. Yet in other cases, it shows how the police are not doing their job correctly, and the media are part of the problem. The community also need to be aware of the people they are supposed to be protecting. Whilst the film does not say that the rape culture is the problem, it does make a very important point that the rape culture is affecting everyone. It is a good documentary to see for anyone who is concerned about the problems the rape culture causes, and it is a good reminder that we need to be more aware of our surroundings and how they are affecting us, and that we need to stand up to these groups and do something about them.
Tuesday, 25 Aug 2020 19:19

The case of an American high school teacher arrested in France on rape charges was a chilling reminder of how often a small incident can escalate into a full blown international incident. In the case of Paris teacher Julia Trepanier, the initial accusation made by her victim, 30-year-old teacher Daniel Leroy Duportal, was quickly proven to be false and the police were investigating the case as a hate crime, as the victim was a white woman. The subsequent revelations of false accusations, police corruption, and a racially biased investigation in France led to the arrest of two of the most prominent teachers in the country, and forced the public to think twice before taking in the education of a black pupil in the city of Bordeaux, where Duportal was a teacher. Unfortunately, Duportal was later acquitted of the charges, but the case and the impact on the French public and the debate on racism, sexism, and abuse in French education is still a hot topic. The documentary follows the case from the beginning to the trial, including interviews with the victim and witnesses to Duportal's arrest, the defense attorneys, and the French Justice Department. The documentary shows the story of how the case got started, the long-term impact it had on the lives of the women involved, and the law that was invoked to prosecute Duportal. The documentary shows how the case was presented in the French media, the reactions of the students, teachers, and parents, and the court cases it attracted in France. The documentary also shows the potential consequences for the case, such as the possibility of Duportal being deported to France for allegedly violating the French Constitution, and the requirement of Duportal to do community service as a condition of his release. Overall, the documentary shows the impact of the case on a small community, and the high profile of the case, which led to the acquittal, in a very positive way. In the end, it was very easy to see that a small incident could be used as a catalyst for large events. I personally think the film would be a very useful resource to anyone interested in the topic of racism in French schools.
Saturday, 08 Aug 2020 07:54

This is a fascinating and very well done documentary about a generation that is just coming of age in a world that is so different than they ever imagined. It shows how a generation that was raised in the age of television, radio, movies, and other media suddenly find themselves caught in a world where technology and other media are making them feel alienated and threatened. It is an interesting study of the phenomenon of technology, and how it is changing our society, and how this phenomenon is changing the way we see the world. It is a look at the youth of today and how they are coming to terms with technology, and how this is affecting their world and their social world. The interviews are from a wide variety of different backgrounds and viewpoints. It is interesting to see how different people have different opinions about this phenomenon and what it is that is affecting them. It is also interesting to see how the youth of today are beginning to accept technology, but also to understand that they are still very much in the dark and are still dealing with the consequences of the new media they are consuming. This documentary does a very good job of showing the youth of today and how they are dealing with technology, and how this is affecting their world. This documentary is also very interesting because it is based on the opinions of many different people, and it does a very good job of getting people to agree on what they think about this phenomenon. Overall, this is an excellent documentary about how technology is changing the way we see the world and how it is affecting the world. It is an interesting look at the way technology is affecting people, and how it is changing our society and our world.


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