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(175) 8.8 75 min 2018

Fragments of Truth is a movie starring Georgia Angelopoulos, Jacques Berchtold, and J. Keith Elliott. Dr. Craig Evans travels the globe to track down the most ancient New Testament manuscripts. Along the way, he highlights...

Starring
Jacques Berchtold, Georgia Angelopoulos, Craig A. Evans, J. Keith Elliott
Genres
Documentary
Director
Reuben Evans

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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 Reuben Evans
Writer Reuben Evans
Stars Jacques Berchtold, Georgia Angelopoulos, Craig A. Evans, J. Keith Elliott
Country USA
Runtime 1H 15M
Description Dr. Craig Evans travels the globe to track down the most ancient New Testament manuscripts. Along the way, he highlights groundbreaking new evidence, demonstrating the reliability of the New Testament manuscripts.

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Saturday, 12 Sep 2020 22:41

The film "The Other Woman" is a direct, heartfelt and powerful examination of the relationship between two women who fell in love and deeply loved each other. In a nutshell, the film covers the various stages of their relationship, their time in and out of prison, and their final moments together. If there is anything we can take away from this film, it is the knowledge that true love and true love at its core, is unconditional. If you love someone, then at some point you will love them. There are many things that have to be there in order for love to come into being. It is the message that makes this film so powerful. Watching this film will show you just how important love is, and the love that this film describes is something that most people will never have to experience. The message of this film is that love is unconditional. In this case, unconditional means that no matter how far you fall in love with someone, you will always be able to love them back. This message is also a powerful insight on the universality of love. By placing love at its core, the film can be used by anyone, regardless of age, to help them learn about their love for someone. Some of the most powerful scenes in the film are the conversations between the women, especially the first conversation when they are caught up in the escape from prison. The fact that all the prison guards are in love with the women is something that is difficult to see in today's world, because most of the world views prison guards as hateful, but this is an important lesson to learn about the true meaning of love, which is unconditional.
Wednesday, 02 Sep 2020 11:32

I saw this film in October 2010, and I have never been so affected by it. At first I thought it was just the two of us, but later I realized it was a very close family. At first the film was about John Doe, and then about James Doe, and now about Donald Doe. The film starts out with some of the main characters, and then moves on to John Doe. While he is the main character, James Doe's story and struggles are equally important. And I think that John Doe is just as important, and just as unique. This is the story of the John Doe I never knew, who grew up in California, but now works in the oil field. He is a struggling man. He is hurting from a traumatic incident where he lost his partner in a car crash. He suffers from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. He gets fired from his job, and receives bad news that the company is going to lay off 20% of the workforce. He is unemployed and living on his parents' couch. And he is trying to get back to work, only to find that he will not be able to find any work. He is a poor man. The only thing he is trying to do is to keep up with his bills and his bills keep getting more and more expensive. He gets a phone call from a distraught woman, and the rest of the story is about her call. I think this is one of the most interesting films I have ever seen. I've always liked documentaries. This film is extremely well done. It's filled with so much emotion, and you feel you are part of the story. The film's title, "Reparation for Deepest Perpetuation", is great because it's something you don't hear everyday. I was shocked by how deep the story is, and the way the film was filmed. I really think this film deserves much more attention than it is getting.
Monday, 15 Jun 2020 10:34

This is a MUST-SEE documentary for anyone who believes in the validity of the fairy-tale idea that has been such a hallmark of our culture for over a century. The program really lays it all out on the table, it's really quite a fascinating documentary, with many interviews with key researchers, scientists, and historians who reveal all the evidence that backs up the various fairy-tale interpretations that have been espoused and interpreted in our culture for generations. They really go deep into the science of the phenomenon, the history of its origins, its evolution, and of course, the many arguments it's been met with. The videos are so amazingly well-edited and nicely arranged, with lots of clips from various sources that will give you a very good idea of what is going on. They also clearly show that the fairy-tale idea has been a powerful part of our society, and that belief in it has been incredibly powerful in our country. This documentary really explores the research and research methods used to find that extra "truth", and the logical inconsistencies and contradictions that are present. There's a lot of material in this documentary that you won't see in most other documentaries, which is what makes it so fascinating. It's also very well-filmed, and the lighting is beautiful. The videos are very engaging, and you will find yourself gripped by the history and evidence presented in the documentary. I highly recommend this one. I'm glad I got a chance to view this one, and I have to say, I truly loved it.
Saturday, 13 Jun 2020 10:32

The New Yorker editor turned documentary filmmaker Steve Bannon presents an unprecedented insight into the thinking of the man behind the "alt-right," the far-right movement that has become a major part of the Republican Party, and the movement's potential to reshape American politics. He makes a compelling case that alt-right ideology is not the expression of a single set of ideas but a combination of ideas that are dangerous to our society. It's a reminder that the far right is not an intellectual movement but a political movement that would make its political expression in the American right. Bannon's film is a fascinating account of the rise of the alt-right and the ideology that has made it a dominant force in the Republican Party. He gives us the inside stories of a handful of alt-right leaders, including Steve Bannon and Richard Spencer, who provide the most interesting, and least predictable, characters. Bannon is a leading figure of the alt-right movement, a movement that has been described as a neo-Nazi movement, although Bannon, like many others, does not believe that the alt-right is about racism. Bannon believes that the alt-right is a movement that rejects the ideology of Marxism, and has emerged from the ashes of the Nazi party. Bannon believes that the alt-right ideology is a bridge between traditional conservatism and a populist right. The alt-right is a populist movement that wants to undo the liberal policies of the Democratic Party. In a sense, Bannon's film is a fascinating look at a small group of people who have emerged from the ashes of the alt-right movement to become the leading voices of the far-right movement. Bannon's film is a powerful and revealing portrait of a movement that is taking hold of the Republican Party and will likely influence American politics for decades to come.


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