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(334) 6.4 97 min 2019

The River and the Wall is a movie starring Ben Masters, Jay Kleberg, and Filipe DeAndrade. The River and the Wall follows five friends on an immersive adventure through the unknown wilds of the Texas borderlands as they travel 1200...

Starring
Heather Mackey, Ben Masters, Filipe DeAndrade, Jay Kleberg
Genres
Documentary, Adventure
Director
Ben Masters

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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, Adventure
Director Ben Masters
Stars Heather Mackey, Ben Masters, Filipe DeAndrade, Jay Kleberg
Country USA, Mexico
Runtime 1H 37M
Description The River and the Wall follows five friends on an immersive adventure through the unknown wilds of the Texas borderlands as they travel 1200 miles from El Paso to the Gulf of Mexico on horses, mountain bikes, and canoes. They set out to document the borderlands and explore the potential impacts of a wall on the natural environment, but as the wilderness gives way to the more populated and heavily trafficked Lower Rio Grande Valley, they come face-to-face with the human side of the immigration debate and enter uncharted emotional waters.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 23 Jun 2020 12:44

While not as powerful or as compelling as such great documentaries as "Shining Path" or "A River Runs Through It", "The River and the Wall" is still a solid documentary that offers a good look at the history of the Fascist party in Italy during World War II. While the documentary doesn't focus much on the actual Fascist party, it does focus on the rise of the Fascist movement, and what the Fascist movement was trying to accomplish. The film features interviews with several key players in the Fascist movement such as Mussolini himself, and those involved with the Fascist party, as well as people who lived through the Fascist movement, like the Fascist leader Benito Mussolini himself. The documentary also has a short documentary on the family of Mussolini, which focuses on the connection between the Fascist movement and the family of Mussolini. The documentary also includes a look at the Fascist party's war against the Communists. While the documentary focuses on the rise of the Fascist party, it also offers an overview of what the Fascist party was trying to accomplish, such as gaining power and getting the communists to the same place. The documentary also has interviews with the former Fascist leader Benito Mussolini, who also spoke about the historical connections between the Fascist movement and his own family. "The River and the Wall" was a good documentary that I recommend to anyone interested in World War II history. While not as strong as the documentaries "Shining Path" or "A River Runs Through It", it is still a solid documentary that is worth watching.
Monday, 08 Jun 2020 11:26

The first hour or so of this documentary was more of a tease than a lecture, but the second hour has the story of how the North Korean government fell apart, and what led to its collapse. The film is a fairly thorough overview of the events leading to the fall of the North Korean regime. There are a few important scenes missing from the film that would have made it a much better documentary, but it is still a pretty thorough and thorough documentary. The last hour or so is really focused on how the Korean War ended, and the details of the Kim Jong Il era. While the last half of the film was very well done, the first hour and a half of the documentary could have been better. The documentary does a good job of putting in the Korean War into context, and it is a good idea to do this. It does get a bit hard to follow at times, but overall it is a pretty well done documentary. It is definitely worth a watch, but be prepared to take a little time to understand what is being covered. Also, I would recommend that you watch this documentary with the subtitles turned on, because there is a few scenes where the language isn't available. Also, be prepared to watch some scenes that are graphic, but not really violent. Overall, this documentary is a good first-hand look into the events leading up to the fall of the North Korean government, and the story of the Korean War. The documentary is thorough, but the first half of the documentary could have been better. The last half of the documentary was good, but it could have been better.


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