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(169) 7.7 94 min 2018

16 Bars is a movie starring Speech Thomas, Garland T. Carr, and Tennyson Jackson. Inmates in Virginia attempt to transcend the cycle of recidivism through an unlikely artistic collaboration behind bars with Grammy-winning hip hop...

Starring
Garland T. Carr, Devonte James, Tennyson Jackson, Speech Thomas
Genres
Documentary
Director
Sam Bathrick

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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 Sam Bathrick
Stars Garland T. Carr, Devonte James, Tennyson Jackson, Speech Thomas
Country USA
Runtime 1H 34M
Description Inmates in Virginia attempt to transcend the cycle of recidivism through an unlikely artistic collaboration behind bars with Grammy-winning hip hop artist Todd 'Speech' Thomas.

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Thursday, 20 Aug 2020 13:18

I've seen a lot of current documentaries about HIV, but this is the first time I've seen one about ED - sexual dysfunctions, including those related to the transsexual experience. Although I'm only going to watch this with my boyfriend, he and I had a couple of good discussions about what and how we think about sex. My own reactions are mostly negative, but if I did not have a partner to support me, I don't think I'd want to commit to this subject. As a heterosexual male with a girlfriend, I couldn't stand this project. I'm not heterosexual, and my girlfriend finds the project degrading and distasteful. I actually agreed to watch it because my friends recommended it, and I thought it was going to be about her being attractive or something. This is what I got - a couple of my friends. And that's why I didn't care for it. On the other hand, I think the transsexual issues were covered pretty well. On the other hand, as a person who's dealt with these issues in my life, I don't know if it's a bad thing that it's discussed. I felt the movie was less about the ED aspect and more about the relationship issues between the two of them. I'm not a woman and I don't really understand how it is that someone like a porn actor can be attracted to a woman. They look alike, but the man has much more male hormones. My girlfriend does not know how to deal with this (even when I tell her that the ED wasn't her fault). My boyfriend and I talked a lot about the topic and discussed it a lot. And at the end, the discussion got really heated. But I still didn't really like this project, because it seemed more about me and my girlfriend than about the transsexuals. It's not as though I've had sex with these people. I'm more interested in gay or bi men. This subject is very different from my own life. I think I'm going to get a better understanding of people like my girlfriend.
Thursday, 30 Jul 2020 14:46

Fired by her boss, a librarian, Grace Drexler (Natalie Portman) enters the global job market in search of her missing past. At a job fair in New York, she is dazzled by the appearance of a co-worker, Julia Johnson (Jennifer Lawrence), who leads the job search. He also leads the search for her past, and he leaves behind a life that was drastically different from hers. She quickly uncovers hidden pasts and realizes that she doesn't know who she is, as she searches for her own identity. The real nature of the job market, how jobs are awarded and what makes a successful job search, are explored through interviews with leading candidates and senior employers. The various factors that influence the selection process, the skills and attributes required and the criteria used to evaluate a job are explored. The "loss" factor can be applied to a job search, as Grace explains in the interview. It also helps to be flexible and don't rush to any decisions. The Interviews are all filmed in a type of documentary style. This style is supplemented by various music and sound effects, and is very visually appealing, such as when she finds her car and realizes the technology that is available for her to receive notifications on her mobile phone. Also, the interviews that are of an educational nature, are as relevant to the current job market as the interviews for the top positions. This is how she had an understanding of the job market and the area that she was interviewing for. In the interviews she learns more about the functions and duties of a job search. To that end, the Interviews are very well staged. The editing is crisp, and each interview is organized in a way that is meaningful. Although the interviewer does not interview the candidates directly, the interviewer provides the background information on the candidates to the candidate. The Interviews are also easily accessible and available for any of the job seekers who want to attend a job fair, as it is available for all the candidates. Grace Drexler's Interviews are very well produced. The Interviews are recorded in a positive way, although they are biased towards the employer of the candidate, Grace Drexler is interviewed with her best interest in mind. This is beneficial because the interviewees see that they are being interviewed in a positive way. The Interviews also have the advantage of being independent of the other candidates in the interview. The Job Interviews are very well edited, even when she is a small candidate, they do not just miss the news stories about the other candidates. The interviews are clear, succinct and edited to the best of the ability. It is also clear from the footage of the interviews that they are not manipulated. It's clear that the interviewer wants the candidate to be as objective as possible. The interviews, although these are not the most interesting or the best and therefore do not get the attention of the hiring manager, are still done to the best of the ability. The Interviews are clearly conducted and recorded. The recordings are well edited. The recordings are also accessible. The Interviews are also free of interruptions, and only one candidate, who is interviewed at the beginning, is interrupted throughout. The Interviews are also easily accessible. Grace Drexler is filmed in a documentary style, similar to that of most of the interviews. However, this style is useful because it provides an engaging narrative and causes the audience to identify with the character that is interviewed. The Interviews are also accessible because they are filmed in a positive way. Grace Drexler's Interviews are designed to produce positive results in the candidate. These are the most important results for a job search. These results are the most likely outcomes that a job seeker is interested in and the most likely outcomes that a candidate is going to have, as shown
Friday, 03 Jul 2020 00:13

M.B.S. ~ so called. looks very amazing, huh? Gotta love the music. How did you learn to listen to it ? The film looks like a high quality low budget video, so it should be good, so I'll get to that. I saw the trailer yesterday and I wasn't expecting much, but my expectations were raised by the music. So I'll watch it. So here's the film. In one hand it's a doc. In the other, an album. Music. Here we go. The story: In 2012, music royalty and celebrity Joel Osment from "the Interview" fame takes his two sons along with their girlfriends to a local music festival. But the kids don't understand why they have to leave their girlfriends in the middle of the festival and have to walk to their cars. They don't know that there's something wrong. To their surprise, the other kids, the 8 year old and the 8 year old girl, are scared by these two kids, something they only understand from movies. They suspect that the parents of these two kids are gay and decide to prove it. In order to do this, they borrow a movie from their friends and play it, and a very innocent memory from the movies causes them to question why their parents are "out". Not knowing what to do with this information, the parents release the two kids and the girls. This surprises everybody. But there is one last question that the parents didn't know: what exactly did they do to these kids. Now what will they do about it? A slow, but interesting film. The soundtrack and the interview with Osment are interesting. Definitely, the music. Of course, the high quality soundtrack. So, the film has a good idea. But it's not perfect, very low budget film with bad editing and editing mistakes. Not a good movie. My vote: 7/10. I'd recommend it to anyone who liked "The Interview" or "The Sudden." or "The Band's Gotta Break Up". Feel free to share it. Thanks for reading my comment. Cheers!
Monday, 08 Jun 2020 19:04

An arrogant man, Sigmund Freud, maintains a secret collection of 100k vials of human blood, but is unable to keep them secure and buried in a secret place. Thus, he keeps his collection hidden in the attic of his apartment. After the death of his mistress, he is convinced that she had been possessed by the devil. Because he has a homosexual/bisexual relationship, he believes that if he can control his blood it will make his sexuality and his sexual desires disappear, so that he can have a normal life. This is portrayed through his reactions to her with what are believed to be sexual acts and his own sexual fantasies. His therapist thinks this might be psychological phenomena, and there are stories of exorcisms when he thought he had come close to possession. While he is aware of his condition, he thinks the psychologist may be right, and he has to look into the world and the people around him to figure out the mystery of his condition. The film takes place at the end of the last century, and the Freud collection is said to be in a conservation laboratory in Arizona. As it is shown in the film, the Freud collection was built in the 1950's, so perhaps it was in the 1940's, and this collection was in a complete state of decay. There is also a French translation available. This film shows Freud's relationship with an American woman that is played by Jocelyn Moorhouse, and there are stories of his struggles with his patients. This film was very well made. It is a very compelling documentary about Freud. It is a must see.


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