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(755) 8.0 135 min 2019

Roger Waters: Us + Them is a movie starring Rufat Aliyev, Farshid Azizi, and Nikoo Bafti. A look at Roger Waters' 2017-2018 concert tour.

Starring
Farshid Azizi, Azzurra Caccetta, Rufat Aliyev, Nikoo Bafti
Genres
Music, Documentary
Director
Sean Evans, Roger Waters

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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 Music, Documentary
Director Sean Evans, Roger Waters
Stars Farshid Azizi, Azzurra Caccetta, Rufat Aliyev, Nikoo Bafti
Country UK
Also Known As Roger Waters. Us + Them, Roger Waters - Us + Them, Roger Waters Us + Them
Runtime 2H 15M
Description A look at Roger Waters' 2017-2018 concert tour.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 16 Sep 2020 16:27

I took the time to read a few reviews before watching this film and to make sure that I wasn't being a drone. What I discovered was that people seem to feel as though we live in a world of two opposing sides. To anyone that disagrees, I'm sorry, but your opinions don't count because they're based on lack of critical thought. That's not to say that people aren't valid, but that you should be as open minded as possible. Don't let your emotions take you away from critical thinking, and let others in your own circle of friends, or even just other people, get the right answers. There were some disturbing images (to be honest, I'm a bit freaked out from watching this) but it's the movie that contains these images that make me feel so exposed to this type of topic. I also really liked the interviews that were done with the late Jerry Goldsmith as well as Mark's mother, who is, admittedly, quite a beautiful person. There were some quotes that made me cringe (like the one Mark says about being a Christian and the birth of the Messiah). I think that the reason why I liked the film more is because it was a bit of a story. Mark was trying to do the right thing, which is why he had to die. He felt like he was living in a lie. If you can learn something from this, don't get your feelings hurt. I'm not advocating that you do what he did. You're more of an empathetic person than I am. So my advice is to think about it before you react. And, if you are to discuss this with someone, make sure they understand the value of critical thinking as well.


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