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Angels Are Made of Light is a movie starring Fazula, Hasiba, and Yaldash Mir-Habibullah. A dozen years after his Oscar-nominated Iraq in Fragments, American documentarian James Longley delivers a sweeping, profoundly compassionate...

Genres
Documentary
Director
James Longley
Starring
Hasiba, Yaldash Mir-Habibullah, Rostam Mir-Mohammed-Ullah, Fazula

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Genres Documentary
Director James Longley
Stars Hasiba, Yaldash Mir-Habibullah, Rostam Mir-Mohammed-Ullah, Fazula
Country Denmark, USA, Norway
Also Known As Lysets engle - Afghanistans børn, Angels Are Made Of Light
Runtime 1 h 57 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 dozen years after his Oscar-nominated Iraq in Fragments, American documentarian James Longley delivers a sweeping, profoundly compassionate group portrait of Afghan students and teachers still weathering national turbulence.

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Sunday, 13 Sep 2020 10:48

This is a compelling documentary on the worldwide struggle for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) equality. Many of the subjects are interviewed and many are seen in action. This film is not only a work of artistic expression but an expression of love and community that brings together people who believe that being who they are is the most important thing in their lives. In the United States, this struggle for LGBT equality has become the highest profile of a campaign to protect LGBT Americans from discrimination in employment, housing, education, and public accommodations. The issue is particularly relevant to people of color and Latinx communities, but the film is also meaningful to anyone who cares about the progress of LGBT equality. The film begins with interviews with the founders of the International Gay and Lesbian Archives and Archives of World Affairs, a group of activists who are using a book and document to challenge homophobia and discrimination in the United States. They talk about the importance of sharing the story of LGBT history. In the United States, the struggle for LGBT equality has been the most visible of a campaign to eliminate anti-gay discrimination. The documentary reveals that in the United States, a person's sexual orientation is still a matter of discrimination and may prevent them from receiving employment, housing, or public accommodations. One interviewee says that the anti-gay rhetoric is being used to preserve the status quo. Another interviewed woman says that the goal of the fight for LGBT equality is to provide equal access to public accommodations. The film also documents the work of the gay and lesbian filmmakers who are trying to make a documentary about LGBT history. These people are in the documentary's first chapter, which covers the beginning of LGBT history in Brazil. The documentary then moves to Uganda, where the documentary focuses on an LGBT filmmaker who has made a documentary about the Ugandan anti-gay legislation. The filmmaker's family is interviewed, and they are all interviewed in the film's second chapter. The film's final chapter focuses on the international campaign for LGBT equality. A reporter and a journalist from the United States and the United Kingdom are interviewed about the campaign. A video of a Gay Pride Parade is shown, followed by a discussion of the documentary's theme. The film concludes with the director of the International Gay and Lesbian Archives and Archives of World Affairs speaking about the campaign to eliminate anti-gay discrimination. She explains the history of LGBT history and the campaign's success in Uganda. The documentary is a powerful expression of the struggle for LGBT equality and the strength of the LGBT community. It is a powerful expression of the LGBT community's power to change and create change in society. In the United States, this struggle is the most visible
Wednesday, 05 Aug 2020 13:51

There is a reason this film has not been seen by many: it is a true story. The director's decision to tell the story in the style of an old-fashioned radio play made it feel very old-fashioned and rather dated. The point of the story was not to entertain or inform the viewer, but to show the effect of racism on a family. As a result, the viewer is transported into the life of the family as they are slowly unraveling. The story of this family is one of the most remarkable of its kind I have ever seen. The subject matter is not so easily dismissed as a movie. One would be hard pressed to find many people who would not be disturbed by the subject matter. It is a story of a family torn apart by a profound injustice that affected a very special man, John Deere, Jr. The subject matter is very controversial, and it is difficult to see this as a simple entertainment. But the film's story is presented in a very elegant and powerful way. The director has chosen to give us an introduction to the family through their final moments in life. The final moments are the most important, because they give us the sense that the family has not died, but has just gone out with a whimper. The director's goal was to give us an insight into a family that was struggling to survive. This is the true story of a man who had to endure tremendous hardships for the benefit of his family. His story is remarkable, and is the story of many families throughout history. I believe that this film should be seen by all.


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