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(2498) 7.4 94 min 2017

Filmworker is a movie starring Leon Vitali, Ryan O'Neal, and Brian Capron. A documentary about how English actor Leon Vitali came to work as an assistant to American filmmaker Stanley Kubrick for over 30 years.

Leon Vitali, Brian Capron, Ryan O'Neal, Mike Alfreds
Biography, Documentary
Tony Zierra

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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 Biography, Documentary
Director Tony Zierra
Stars Leon Vitali, Brian Capron, Ryan O'Neal, Mike Alfreds
Country USA
Also Known As Stanley Kubricks högra hand, キューブリックに魅せられた男, Elämäni Kubrickin palveluksessa, Filmworker. A la sombra de Kubrick
Runtime 1H 34M
Description A documentary about how English actor Leon Vitali came to work as an assistant to American filmmaker Stanley Kubrick for over 30 years.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 19 Aug 2020 17:51

I have been following this film for years and now that I've had time to reflect I am even more satisfied with my conclusion that this was a unique and thought provoking documentary. It was also completely entertaining. I was inspired and genuinely interested in the lives of the four subjects and their life experiences, which were not always documented in the documentary. I am not a fan of documentaries but I am a fan of the way people are presented in documentaries, particularly the documentary format. The documentary style worked well and added a lot of depth to the lives of the people in the film, not just the documentary format, but also the subject matter. I will be looking for more documentaries that follow the same style of a documentary as this one, such as David Lynch's Blue Velvet or the 2008 documentary "Only Lovers Left Alive". The key themes of this documentary are freedom, faith, and spirituality. It's a shame that these themes are often ignored in today's documentary culture. However, the film does a great job in presenting the positive effects of religion on each of the subjects. One of the subjects was a Jehovah's Witness, who became a Christian after attending a seminar at the New York City branch of Jehovah's Witnesses. She became more comfortable in her faith and felt much more involved in the process of her faith. She was also inspired by her faith, which she realized was more than just a belief system. The subjects of this documentary also discussed the negative effects of religion on their lives, such as going to church every day, their upbringing in a Christian household, and their marriage to a Christian husband. Although some of the subjects did not discuss religion in their interviews, the subjects did discuss some aspects of religion. For example, one subject stated that her husband would not be able to help her because he was still a Jehovah's Witness and she could not attend meetings, despite the fact that they were making great progress in their marriage. Another subject said that their children's parents were uninterested in their children's Christian faith. While I understand the religious perspective of this subject, I feel that the documentary would have been a better representation of their lives if they discussed the negative effects of religion on their lives, and not just on their lives. Finally, there are several themes that are touched on in the film that are applicable to the subject matter of this documentary. The main theme was freedom, which was discussed in the interviews with the subjects. Another theme was the impact of religion on people's lives, and how religion is used as a tool to control people and make them conform to societal norms. Finally, the subject of spirituality touched on the subject of religion in general and how religion is used to control people's lives. All of the subjects were positive and optimistic about the future of their lives. As I said before, this documentary was more than just an examination of the lives of the subjects, but also an examination of how religion affects people's lives, and how religion can control people's lives. I am not religious, and I am not religious of any particular religion. I simply am a person who appreciates documentaries and the idea of telling stories. This film gave me the opportunity to learn more about religion and the positive effects that religion can have on people's lives, and I will be looking forward to more documentaries that follow the same style.
Thursday, 06 Aug 2020 18:52

As a producer of films myself, I would have to say that the documentary on Robert De Niro was a bit more than an eye-opener. I remember watching him in my college English class about three years ago and I asked my teacher if he would like to see what he had done in his spare time. My teacher and his friends then informed me that they were going to present me a film of the film he had been working on. What I took from it was that Robert De Niro was getting better at making films, and he wasn't going to get better just by doing it. That is why I have been so impressed with Robert De Niro as a person and as a producer. It is a great documentary about a man who made some films that he was not making, and he was not getting any better. I have seen a lot of documentaries on Robert De Niro and this documentary is one of the best of them. I don't want to say that Robert De Niro is a genius or anything, but I feel that he is a very good producer. I think that he could have made some films in his spare time if he wanted to, but he decided that he wanted to do a lot of films and I think that he is doing that. This documentary is a really good insight to what Robert De Niro is doing in his spare time. It is also a great insight to how he is able to do what he does. The documentary is very informative, very interesting, and very entertaining. I have been wanting to see this documentary for a long time. I was not expecting it to be that good. It is an excellent documentary that really makes you think about what you are watching and how you should be going about your life. I would recommend this documentary to anyone that wants to know more about what Robert De Niro is doing in his spare time. This is a must-see documentary.
Sunday, 07 Jun 2020 23:37

There is a saying in the business that a good story never gets good reviews. That is probably true here. But don't mistake this film for the story. This is a deep and sometimes even painful look at a situation in which too many of us find ourselves. It is a deeply personal story that is about some very difficult people, people who don't want to be pigeonholed. But they are the only ones who can see things that others don't see. It is also a story about human decency and some of the social factors that are making it happen. I do have a problem with this film. I didn't like it for several reasons. First, I didn't find the performance of the main character, David, very convincing. The idea that a man is made by the economy and society to do the worst thing in order to live a comfortable life, is not something that is shown to us. That was never the case with us, and the film doesn't even try to get us to sympathize with David. He's the worst of us, he's a slave to the system and he's doing something he knows he should be ashamed of. As a result, the film drags on and on. The second problem I had with the film was the writing. I don't think I'm the only one who thinks this was a very amateurish script. That's not to say that the film was bad. It was done well, but it was not done well enough to be a good film. It was kind of sloppy in parts, and I think that's where the majority of the flaws lie. The film was too long, and it seemed like it was trying to make a point, but then it seemed to be doing something else, and it was getting lost in the haze of its own story. Also, the film just did not hold my interest enough. It was a tough film, but it wasn't compelling. I'd give it a 6 or 7, but I just don't think it was worth that much. I recommend this film, but I don't think it's a movie that should be watched by anyone, no matter how well you like or dislike the subject.

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