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Russ Taff: I Still Believe is a movie starring Steven Curtis Chapman, Amy Grant, and Mark Lowry. "Russ Taff: I Still Believe," a gripping documentary chronicling the beloved vocalist's unparalleled musical journey and...

Rick Altizer
Mark Lowry, Amy Grant, Bart Millard, Steven Curtis Chapman

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Genres Documentary
Director Rick Altizer
Writer Rick Altizer
Stars Mark Lowry, Amy Grant, Bart Millard, Steven Curtis Chapman
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 44 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 "Russ Taff: I Still Believe," a gripping documentary chronicling the beloved vocalist's unparalleled musical journey and behind-the-scenes battle with alcoholism.

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Thursday, 22 Oct 2020 16:24

This is an amazing documentary about the real leaders of the USA and the EU. It is almost like a history lesson with a bit of a comedy. I would have expected some racial profiling here and there but the interviews and pictures are so perfect, that it does not seem to matter. There is also some humor mixed in. What we can do for our own safety and that of our children. The documentary is split into chapters, like the Communist Party, the Church, the Military, the Labor Movement, the Liberal Democrats and even the other parties that were there in the time, the Catholic Church. We get to see how the different parties would put in place a system that is different from the previous one and that is essentially about a workers' government. This is a revolutionary and it's something that needs to be taught and remembered by future generations. It shows the great optimism and "confidence" that the Germans had and was able to take over the entire world after WW2. There is so much information about the back ground history, like when Germany was established, the people that made it and the countries that came after. This documentary is so fascinating, that even the Germans themselves are happy with it. The people in the UK at least are a bit less aware of what they are doing to their country than their European counterparts. Perhaps the documentary is a bit dated now but we can not fault it for that. And if you are interested in the history of the EU, it's good to see what happened after the reunification of Germany and the reunification of the EU. All in all, a must see for everyone.
Sunday, 27 Sep 2020 18:20

Taff, the activist who helped win the legalization of marijuana, discusses his work for the Drug Policy Alliance (DPA), which helped draft the 1996 Controlled Substances Act, which was supposed to ban marijuana. While Taff is not a fan of marijuana, he's not afraid to speak out against the federal government. He calls the DPA "the most powerful lobby" and points out that the DPA actually has a lot of money behind it. Taff is very careful to make it clear that he is not a pot smoker. He's not even interested in the legalization of pot. He's only interested in decriminalization, which is what he believes is the most realistic way to go about it. The "ultimate goal" of decriminalization, according to Taff, is to make it as easy as possible for people to get pot. Marijuana is already a Schedule I controlled substance under the Controlled Substances Act, meaning that it has no accepted medical use, is a narcotic and has no accepted value as a medicine. That's why the DPA is so eager to get rid of it. The DPA, according to Taff, is heavily influenced by the tobacco industry, which is so big and powerful that it has the power to literally buy the government. The DPA has strong ties to the federal government, with top people like Nancy Reagan and Dick Cheney all having an interest in weed legalization. The DPA is not interested in making sure that the Controlled Substances Act is passed, but in getting the federal government to do its job. This has become a very powerful lobbying group. It's not surprising that Taff has had to fight for his rights. The DPA has used tactics like undercover stings and public shaming to get people to come out and talk. The DPA has also been extremely successful in getting the federal government to make it difficult for states to legalize marijuana. It's a common mistake for those who believe in the federal government to believe that the DPA is some sort of leftist group, because it is not. Taff is even interviewed on CNN, one of the major cable news networks, and one of the topics discussed is the DPA. He also got his own program, called the Taff Report, on television, and it was a very controversial program. Taff has made a documentary called I Still Believe that was shown in New York at the opening of the film. In the documentary, Taff points out that the federal government has never been successful in trying to make marijuana illegal. If it had, the DPA and other groups like it would not exist. Taff says he has been working for the DPA since 1977, when he was a young activist. He claims that the DPA was founded by Ralph Nader, who was the Green Party's presidential candidate in 1980. The federal government spent millions of dollars to get the DPA on the ballot in California, which would have made marijuana illegal. Taff says that he doesn't support the legalization of marijuana, but says that it should be legalized because it's a bad thing for the government to control people's lives. He says that he does not support decriminalization, but he doesn't have a problem with it. He says that people should be able to do whatever they want. He points out that the government has always been the one that has always controlled people's lives. The government, Taff says, is the problem. The federal government should be able to stop them from being able to do whatever they want. Taff is a real man, who is willing to put himself out there. He's willing to go against the government. He doesn't want to change his mind. He's also not afraid to talk about things he believes in, which is why the documentary is so controversial. If the federal government doesn't change, Taff says, people will have to change the way they live. He thinks that it's going to be very difficult for the government to control people's lives, but he is willing to do whatever it takes to change things. He says that he is willing to die for this cause, but says that it's
Thursday, 10 Sep 2020 14:57

I still believe. For the most part, I still think I am a great writer, with a new lease on life. However, when I see a movie that makes me question my beliefs, or whether or not I believe in God, I lose my faith. I'm sorry, I cannot discuss this subject more eloquently than with this film. "I Still Believe" is the story of Christian Taff, a well known writer, and his personal journey with his faith. I've never met Christian Taff, but I have always admired his work, and his talent for conveying a powerful message with a great deal of eloquence. He is a successful author of novels, and I feel as if I've known him since I was a kid. Now I'm 21 years old, and I've grown up in the church, and I was taught that a person can go to heaven or hell based on their faith, not on the color of their skin. I still believe that. However, the movie shows how a person can go from a loving and open-minded person to a person who doesn't believe in God. I felt that it was extremely powerful, and really showed me that I still have faith, even though I know I'm not a good person. I'm still a good person. It really is a great film. It's definitely a good film to show to people who don't believe in God, because I feel like they should see it, because I do believe in God, and I still believe that I am a great writer, and I still believe in God, but I'm still going to write about the things I believe in. It's definitely a great film, and I would recommend it to everyone, and I would recommend it to anyone who does believe in God, because I think it is a very good film.
Friday, 31 Jul 2020 01:31

This movie, 'I Still Believe', is not only important in its place as the second longest running documentary about the late John Lennon's life, it is the most moving, touching and inspiring documentary ever made. In fact, this movie is so powerful, it should be shown in every school on how important it is to be kind, not only to others, but to yourself. If you are a John Lennon fan, you should go see this movie as soon as possible. It is very well done, and very much enjoyable. You should not be surprised by the fact that the director of this film, 'Mr.Taff', is also the editor of John Lennon's autobiography 'Let It Be', which is also a must see. The people in this movie are from all walks of life, and many of them are no longer with us. Some, like me, have lost loved ones because of John Lennon, and this is why this documentary is so important. However, even though this movie is so powerful, it is not about John Lennon. This is about how the lives of all of us, can be touched by someone who was a famous musician, and a brilliant human being. The movie also talks about how the events that changed our world happened because of John Lennon. I think that this is very important. Also, the movie talks about how John Lennon changed the world, and how John Lennon's life will live forever in our hearts. I am not a John Lennon fan, but this movie, and 'I Still Believe' makes me realize that he was not only a person, but a true artist and a genius. If you are a John Lennon fan, I highly recommend this movie.

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