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The Judge is a movie starring Kholoud Al-Faqih. A verité legal drama about Judge Kholoud Al-Faqih, the first woman appointed to a Shari'a court in the Middle East, whose career provides rare insights into both Islamic law and...

Genres
Documentary
Director
Erika Cohn
Starring
Kholoud Al-Faqih

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Product details

Genres Documentary
Director Erika Cohn
Stars Kholoud Al-Faqih
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 16 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A verité legal drama about Judge Kholoud Al-Faqih, the first woman appointed to a Shari'a court in the Middle East, whose career provides rare insights into both Islamic law and gendered justice.

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Saturday, 10 Oct 2020 11:06

The documentary features interviews with "The Judge" himself, George Clooney, and David Fincher, the director of "The Social Network", the movie which was nominated for three Academy Awards. They talk about how George Clooney came to be cast as the character of "The Judge", the difficulties in portraying a character of such a complicated and, at times, difficult personality. George also talks about his very personal relationship with his father, and how his father was affected by the deaths of his family. The documentary also covers the recent financial crisis in Europe, and the "American Dream", the theme of which is the idea of wealth being the ultimate source of happiness. George talks about the failure of the American Dream, the difficulties of building wealth in America, and the importance of protecting the environment. David Fincher, in his second Oscar nomination, talks about his film "The Social Network", and the controversy that surrounded the movie. He talks about the controversy surrounding the movie, and the complexity of the social networks and the society we live in. David also talks about his own career, and talks about his personal life, his family and his relationship with his wife. David is a very interesting man, and the documentary is very informative, but it doesn't really capture the "social" side of the film, and it doesn't capture the ideas that are being expressed by the director. Still, the documentary is very interesting, and worth watching.
Sunday, 07 Jun 2020 22:19

This is a well made documentary, and a powerful one. It was directed and produced by Ken Burns. The film is based on a book by the same name. The film traces the story of Judge Roy Bean (Robert Redford), the first black judge in a white state, in Alabama. Judge Bean is a very flawed man, and his justice system is far from perfect. However, in his heart, Bean is a caring, intelligent man. The film focuses on his life and his work. It is not about what he was guilty of or what he did, but rather how he changed the way the legal system was run in Alabama. He was accused of raping and beating a white woman, and later of molesting and sexually abusing a black teenager. Judge Bean worked very hard to prove his innocence, and his case gained a lot of attention. The film tells the story of Judge Bean from his childhood until his sentencing in 1963, and his execution in 1965. The film also tells his close friends and family members and his work on behalf of the state of Alabama. For the most part, the film was very interesting and I really enjoyed it. Robert Redford was very convincing as Judge Bean, and his performance was very powerful. However, I think that the film could have been a lot more powerful. It was very interesting, but there were many parts that just didn't add up. The film did a great job of focusing on his life and work, but it could have been much better. I also think that the film could have been more powerful if they would have focused on other aspects of his life. Overall, I really enjoyed this film. It was very interesting, but it could have been more powerful.
Friday, 01 May 2020 13:26

This documentary about the film "Mr. Holland's Opus", which was released in 1989, is a great piece of filmmaking. The film itself was revolutionary at the time, and I must admit I had no idea what the hell I was in for. The film was billed as an intimate look at the making of the film, and as such, I expected that it would be very insightful. Instead, I was actually rather impressed with the film itself. It was basically an interview with the director and his director's assistant, and the conversation itself was not really anything special. However, this was nothing compared to the incredible interview that went on afterwards. The director, who was much younger than I was at the time, explained the difficult process that went into the making of the film, and the entire experience was extremely inspiring. I felt like I was actually learning something from the director's interview. I had no idea that I was in for the full experience until I watched the film a few days ago. I could say the same thing about the documentary itself, and the entire experience was great. I had no idea what I was in for, but the experience was a great one. I highly recommend the documentary to anyone, and I hope that it becomes a huge success, because it definitely is an amazing piece of filmmaking. The film itself is a classic, and it's a very powerful documentary. If you're not a fan of the film, it's still a great film. I think that "Mr. Holland's Opus" was a revolutionary film, and it's one of the best films of the decade.


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