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(263) 6.7 94 min 2018

306 Hollywood is a movie starring Sherry Anthony, Ruby Berube, and Nicole Bloomfield. When two siblings undertake an archaeological excavation of their late grandmother's house, they embark on a magical-realist journey in search of...

Ruby Berube, Elan Bogarín, Nicole Bloomfield, Sherry Anthony
Elan Bogarín, Jonathan Bogarín

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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 Elan Bogarín, Jonathan Bogarín
Writer Jonathan Bogarín, Elan Bogarín, Nyneve Laura Minnear
Stars Ruby Berube, Elan Bogarín, Nicole Bloomfield, Sherry Anthony
Country USA
Runtime 1H 34M
Description When two siblings undertake an archaeological excavation of their late grandmother's house, they embark on a magical-realist journey in search of what life remains in the objects we leave behind.

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Monday, 17 Aug 2020 06:07

There's a bit of historical inaccuracy, but still a very good film. It's almost a documentary in the making. Documentaries have a tendency to get sentimental and sentimentalized. In this case, it's so common, we just watch as we would, a young man facing the problems of growing up. The film is very hard hitting, and even painful at times. The characters are so real that it's hard to tell if there really is anything in between the cracks. The "futile" and "ill-fated" love of the teenage boy is so real and yet so completely idealistic. It's the kind of thing that everyone seems to have heard about, but few people seem to realize how much the difference is. What makes the film so powerful is the realization that many of us do it. It's a sad thing that so many do it, but the film does a great job of showing us all the positive ways we all deal with our problems. This is an emotional film. It's also a very interesting one. It's about the "futile" and "ill-fated" love of the teenage boy. I didn't know what to expect of it when I first rented it, and I left the theater feeling very sad. It's not at all predictable and, if anything, it's more of a commentary on the subject than anything else. Some have complained that it's unrealistic. I can't say that, and I think that the viewer could figure out what's going on without really seeing the film. The thing that I loved most about it, however, is that it shows us that the very "beautiful" things that you see on TV, the amazing things that the celebrities you've always admired, really aren't what they seem to be. So many people have lost sight of what real love really is. The film shows us that. And this, I think, is one of the most important themes of the film. If you see it, please see it. It's a very important film.
Friday, 03 Jul 2020 12:11

I knew what to expect when I chose to watch this documentary. As it is an "Hollywood-ized" documentary, I expected it to be "over-the-top", if you will. However, this was not the case. The filmmakers did an excellent job of not trying to portray the life of the various people in this documentary, and instead, they focused on what the individual people had to say about what it was like to live in that era. And the people in the documentary were generally more than happy to discuss the things that stuck with them about the period, including their thoughts on the infamous "Hollywood, nuff said." The stories were definitely interesting, especially considering that the majority of the people interviewed were in their sixties or seventies when the documentary was produced. This documentary certainly isn't meant to make you think of the "Hollywood era", but rather how it was to be there in that era, and how the society in that era was as backward and dysfunctional as the people who were living in that era. As a result, I found this documentary to be quite educational and quite entertaining. I did think the interviews were somewhat short and not that long, but I did think that the topics were very interesting, and they were interspersed throughout the documentary so that you never were left to wonder what was going on. I would highly recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in the "Hollywood era" or just interested in the period in which the documentary was filmed. If you are reading this review and have not seen the documentary, you will most likely want to watch it right now. However, if you have not seen it, I would suggest that you do so as soon as possible, as it is still very educational and entertaining. I really enjoyed this documentary, and I highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in the "Hollywood era".
Monday, 22 Jun 2020 15:31

Oscar winning director Kiarostami (whose other documentary is "The Last Time") interviews some of the key players in the history of Iranian cinema. The overall look of the documentary is clean and often quite documentary. The interviews are mostly of the actors and actresses from the four main Iranian directors (Ali-Fadl, Nozad Taha, Sari Sattari, and Farzad Hamid) and a couple of the top actresses (Ranjah and Zeynep). The focus is the four directors, though there is a good deal of coverage of the other Iranian actors and actresses, including Narges Fakhri. Although the focus of this film is mostly on the cinema, there are some interesting pieces about the Iranian people. For example, one of the interviewees is Narges Fakhri (the first female president of Iran), who talks about her experiences in the Iranian government during the 1979 revolution. It is interesting to see Fakhri from a political standpoint, though, since most Iranian films deal with the supposed necessity of the Iranian government and are not concerned with the people. As a political statement, this documentary is a success, though a few points are less than satisfying. It is good to see an Iranian director interview all four of the Iranian directors, though, but I would have liked to see more of Fakhri. Also, the film is surprisingly light on the subject of the women in Iran, even though there are interviews with some of the most powerful Iranian women. It is interesting to see the interviews about the process of making and re-making the film, but it is not very interesting to see the women who participated in the making of the film, their personalities or their feelings about the film.
Sunday, 14 Jun 2020 06:28

A fantastic piece of documentary film making. The feeling of the film is not a dramatic documentary, it is a film of one man's views on his life and his philosophy on life. The film is filled with his brilliant musings on life and what he believes is important to him. His beliefs come from his father and also from a philosophy he believes in which states that the key to life is to seek out your life's purpose and do not allow your life's purpose to be 'whatever'. For Kip Thorne, this philosophy of life is to take a leap of faith and seek out your life's purpose. In his life, Kip has lived with his parents since they were young and he has also been homeless. His life has been filled with uncertainty and turmoil. Throughout the film Kip describes to the viewer his life and how his life has changed because of his belief in this philosophy. This film is loaded with Kip's thoughts and is filled with some extremely interesting facts about his life. Kip is a fascinating story and his life is filled with his own beliefs and philosophies. Kip is a young man who has no defined purpose in life and he believes that he is a failure as a human. He believes that because of this he has never felt joy or happiness and has been too much of a loser. His life has been filled with sadness and suffering. The main reason he is homeless is because of the fact that he was born in a homeless shelter. Kip has lived a life of extreme loneliness and misery and the film shows his struggles to find meaning in his life. The film has been very well made and is filled with wonderful footage and interviews. The way the film is made is very insightful. This is one of the best documentaries that I have seen in my life. The film gives an insight to how the world views Kip and the people that he has known and meets. This is the true meaning of life and a very deep philosophy that is important to Kip. The film is filled with interesting interviews and very funny situations that Kip goes through. The scenes in the film that most impact me are the ones with the homeless people. They are incredibly funny and insightful. The film will help to make a difference to Kip's life. The film is great because it can be used as a tool to help others find their own purpose in life. It is an incredibly deep and powerful philosophy and is extremely important for any human being to learn.

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