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(218) 4.2 79 min 2017

Spiral is a movie starring Dieudonné and Richard Spencer. A look at the rise of anti-Semitism and assaults against Jews in present-day France.

Dieudonné, Richard Spencer
Laura Fairrie

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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 Laura Fairrie
Stars Dieudonné, Richard Spencer
Country UK
Also Known As The Blood of Others
Runtime 1H 19M
Description A look at the rise of anti-Semitism and assaults against Jews in present-day France.

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Tuesday, 05 May 2020 01:36

From the reviews here, it is obvious that this film was meant to be both provocative and educational. It was more than that. It was a well-intentioned exercise in exploration of the human spirit. That is, as much as anything else, it was an exploration of human nature and, by extension, human emotional and psychological development. It was not, however, a film that I would recommend to anyone. I will not suggest it to anyone without first having thoroughly and thoroughly convinced me that this film will be helpful to them. For that, I will need to hear a great deal about it from others, or at least one other person who has had some form of this experience. The film was well-made, but, to my mind, lacked what the film's makers expected it to be. What they were expecting was a film that would, in the end, enlighten the audience on the existential aspects of human life. What they were not expecting was for the audience to be able to think, in a way that would force them to think, about their own personal lives. They did not get that. I am not a person who, as a rule, will watch a film unless it is going to move me, or do some other substantial thing to my sense of self. There were, at least for me, some moments where the film was entertaining. This is not to say that this film had the same kind of effect on me that "Pleasantville" had on me. It was just, in some ways, a much more well-intentioned film. I would recommend it to those who have had experiences with mental illness or, even worse, the death of a loved one. This film was not, however, an experience I would recommend to anyone who does not have the ability to think about their own lives and their own feelings and emotions and, consequently, to be able to be open to and capable of getting into their own heads and using their own personal experiences to help them to answer the questions of the film.

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