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Citizen K is a movie starring Mikhail Khodorkovsky, Vladimir Putin, and Leonid Nevzlin. The strange case of Mikhail Khodorkovsky, once believed to be the wealthiest man in Russia, who rocketed to prosperity and prominence in the...

Alex Gibney
Leonid Nevzlin, Boris Berezovsky, Mikhail Khodorkovsky, Vladimir Putin

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Genres Documentary
Director Alex Gibney
Writer Alex Gibney
Stars Leonid Nevzlin, Boris Berezovsky, Mikhail Khodorkovsky, Vladimir Putin
Country USA, UK
Also Known As Cidadão K, Obywatel K
Runtime 2 h 6 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 Mikhail Khodorkovsky is charismatic and mercurial. It's not difficult to see why Alex Gibney chose him as the focus of his new film. After thriving in Russia in the 1990s and amassing incredible wealth from the oil industry, Mikhail Khodorkovsky became a nuisance to Vladimir Putin, who subsequently had him jailed in Siberia for ten years. Now living in exile in the UK, he orchestrates a far-reaching anti-Putin campaign. Through this story, Alex Gibney charts Vladimir Putin's rise to power, the golden years of the oligarchs and an era of gangster capitalism, combining archive footage and interviews with various journalists and Mikhail Khodorkovsky himself. Unfolding like a gripping political thriller, Citizen K (2019) is an urgent and topical account of a culture dominated by fake news and the rise of Russia's alleged meddling in politics beyond its borders.

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Tuesday, 30 Jun 2020 10:56

Citizen K (2012) * (out of 4) A young girl gets pregnant, and must deal with her mother's infidelity. This film had a lot of good things going for it, but unfortunately the director left something out. One of the major things missing from this film is the mother's reaction. Most of the film takes place in the kitchen, and I don't think I've ever seen a mother react this way. I think that the mother should have gotten a beating, but that doesn't happen in the film. A lot of this film feels like it's missing something, but I'm not sure exactly what. The film certainly gives you a great look at some of the situations in the 1980's, but the director leaves out a lot of important information, and doesn't really focus on the major things happening in the film. There's a lot of good things to be said about this film, but it's missing some important things, which makes the film a little disappointing. The director has to have some major problems with the film, but it's not just missing something. The acting is also very good, and it's nice to see some solid performances. I really enjoyed the music, which is pretty good, but the director leaves out some of the really important things that the music is saying. Overall, I thought this was a good film, and I would recommend it. While the film is missing a lot, I think it's worth seeing, as it has some great performances and a good soundtrack. I would also recommend that you watch the movie with your parents, as it may seem a little hard to understand.
Tuesday, 16 Jun 2020 04:56

I actually watched this documentary about a year ago. This documentary is different in the way that the people are interviewed. Some of them are interviews of people that work for the government. Some are interviews of people who have been involved in the protests. The thing that this documentary does best is that it captures the emotions and the situations of these people. We can see the anger, the frustration, and the frustration of all the people involved in the protests. I think the people in the documentary are really realistic. They are not stars in Hollywood movies. They don't have the money, they don't have the fame, but their stories and emotions are realistic. I think the things that we can learn from this documentary is that people are going to do things for their country no matter what the political side of the story is. And that they will do things to make the country great and better than the country as it is. That is something that we have to learn from this documentary. We have to learn that the government and the leaders are our only leaders, because if we take over our country, we will be under no control of anyone. We will have no leaders. We will just be the people in power, and our only leaders will be our leaders. I think that this documentary is really really interesting and I think that it is important. I think that people should watch this documentary to learn from it. But I think that people should also see the documentary as a warning of what could happen if we let this country get overblown.
Saturday, 02 May 2020 06:44

The first of the documentaries I have seen about the human rights abuses in Israel was the film "The Hour of the Pig" which was based on the true story of the Dina al-Husseini who was an Israeli woman who was raped and murdered by the "Hamas" terrorist group in Gaza in 1994. That is the only film about the Israeli government's treatment of the Palestinian people that I have seen. I wanted to watch "Human Rights Watch: Palestine" which was based on a report by Amnesty International. In that film, the filmmakers had to portray the situation in Gaza and the West Bank in a very balanced manner. They were careful not to sensationalize the situation or sensationalize the terrorist attacks. They tried to show that what was happening was not isolated cases but rather the normal operation of a terror organization. "Human Rights Watch: Palestine" was basically the same story, but the director decided to focus on the Palestinian population in the Gaza Strip and the rest of the Israeli population in the West Bank. That is the main difference. I didn't find the film to be biased. I think that it was balanced. There were many things that I would like to have seen more of in the film, but they were not the focus. "Human Rights Watch: Palestine" is worth watching if you want to see the facts of what is happening in the Middle East. I think that it is a good movie to be shown to anyone interested in the subject. It doesn't preach to anybody, it shows the facts and doesn't sensationalize the situation. It is an accurate account of what is happening in the Middle East. "Human Rights Watch: Palestine" is a very good documentary that is well worth seeing.

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