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Jay Myself is a movie starring Jay Maisel. Photographer Stephen Wilkes creates an intimate portrait of his mentor, Jay Maisel, as he leaves the 30,000 square foot building in the Bowery that he's inhabited and filled with his...

Genres
Biography, Documentary
Director
Stephen Wilkes
Starring
Jay Maisel

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Product details

Genres Biography, Documentary
Director Stephen Wilkes
Writer Josh Alexander
Stars Jay Maisel
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 19 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 Photographer Stephen Wilkes creates an intimate portrait of his mentor, Jay Maisel, as he leaves the 30,000 square foot building in the Bowery that he's inhabited and filled with his eccentric collection of beautiful random objects for the last 40 years - known as 'The Bank.'

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Thursday, 24 Sep 2020 14:20

This documentary is absolutely one of the best I have ever seen. It is more than the sum of its parts and the whole becomes part of the whole. The characters are brilliantly portrayed and the film is extremely well made. The cinematography is excellent, and it is a joy to watch all of the stages being created. The photography is outstanding, and the color is very beautiful. The use of color is such a beautiful touch to the story and brings a great feeling to the viewer. The editing is very good, as well. The director uses the camera well and the editing adds so much to the film. The way the film is shot is very well done and makes you feel like you are right there in the middle of it all. The actors all play their roles extremely well and bring out the emotions in the story and make you feel so much for the people in the story. The director keeps the film at a very low tempo and gives you a wonderful sense of suspense and chaos. The director doesn't go for the typical Hollywood happy ending and he doesn't end the film with a cliche happy ending, but with a completely different ending. He doesn't end with the usual happy ending that most documentaries end with. He gives you an ending that is unique and different, yet all the while you are still in the middle of the film. You are still feeling the emotions of the people and this is a very rare experience to have when you watch a documentary. It is a very interesting and unique film. This film should be a huge hit in the film industry because it is the first documentary I have ever seen that really puts a huge impact on people. I have never heard of this film until I watched it, but I am definitely going to see it again. It is a very good documentary, and it is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. It is a must see for anyone interested in life and its effects on its followers. The director and cinematographer did an amazing job on this film and I feel very confident that this film will be a huge hit when it comes out on DVD.
Saturday, 15 Aug 2020 01:26

While watching "Do What You Do" I couldn't help but think about how important music is to some people. When I was younger, I was obsessed with hip hop, and music was my favorite thing in the world. That doesn't mean I never got tired of it. What I really like is how passionate people are about their favorite songs. It's a great way to get to know some of your favorite people. The way that "Do What You Do" is just put together is fascinating. It is almost like you are a fly on the wall watching this group of people record their "do" and making a song together. It was cool because we got to see how it felt like to be a part of that group. There was an amazing mix of people in this group. I've heard of them before and this was a huge reason why I wanted to see this film. It showed us how good it felt to be a part of this. It was like listening to an album for the first time. Some people may get offended by the way that they talk about their work. But I think that it's important to talk about your favorite work in a professional way. Not the way people are going to hear it. As I watched this documentary I couldn't help but feel a little bit of my own ego. I had no problem with any of the people that were in this group, but I couldn't help but feel that I was a little jealous. It's great to see what these people have done, but that pride that I had was a little bit of an issue. I don't think that these people are bragging about their own work, but I think that they're showing how great it is to make music. I also thought that it was interesting to hear that some of these people were turned off by the people that came in and took their music away. If you listen to the interview with John Williams and hear how he compares some of the songs in "Titanic" to "Empire State of Mind", you can understand why these people might not want to have any of their music taken away from them. That kind of thing is very important to me because I feel that music is such an important part of my life and I would like it to stay the way it is. I think that this documentary is really great because it shows how important music is to some people and how important it is to others. It's a great look into the world of music, and it's a documentary that I definitely recommend.
Thursday, 16 Jul 2020 08:34

Great documentary. I know the story, I know the aftermath. I lived in and around Baton Rouge, LA. I saw the TV coverage of the violence. I saw the premonition of the incident, and the aftermath. If it wasn't for me seeing this documentary, I probably would have never known this tragic incident. Thank you for letting me share this with others. You have a chance to make a difference. This is the type of story that will probably be made into a film one day. A man named Mitch Daniels. There's the town of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, population 23,000. There's Marjorie Daniels. There's the family of Mitch Daniels. There's the man who owns a store right across the street. He was my brother. There's the pastor who raised me. There's the neighborhood where Mitch grew up. And I watched Mitch's car being pushed off the road. And I saw him in the hospital. And I watched him and I tried to stay as calm as I could, but I couldn't. And I was not able to do that at that moment, when the girl called me from a waiting room. "Please let me in. I've been sitting here for ages waiting." I saw him get out of the hospital and I remember that he was so stunned, he didn't know how to react to this. He was in a lot of pain. But he said to me, "This is really the beginning of something that I'm going to have to live with for the rest of my life. I'm going to have to be a part of it." And that's what I think about when I see the news about this incident. That's what this documentary is about. It's about the people who lived through the tragedy and lived with it. I see the camera work. The camera work was exceptional. I saw it in the T.V. during the news coverage, and it was amazing. The amount of footage that was involved. And I think this was a tough film to make. It was a difficult subject. It's a very controversial subject. People either like it or they don't. There was a lot of mixed reaction from the people I talked to. The thing that I liked about the film was that it gave a voice to the people who lost their loved ones. I heard one man from San Antonio say, "This is an indictment on the United States of America, and the Federal Government." I heard another man from Louisiana say, "It's an indictment on the federal government for allowing this to happen." And I heard one man from Iowa say, "I think it was a cowardly act. I think that the people of Baton Rouge should be ashamed of themselves." I saw one man from New Jersey say, "It's not good for people to think this kind of stuff. It's not good for their children." This is the type of thing that will make people think. I was never one to judge people. I am not a moral person. I'm not
Friday, 19 Jun 2020 18:41

I'm going to be honest and say that I am a huge fan of Jimmy Carter. I have been following his work since my first visit to South Africa in 1977. I'm a huge fan of his because he is a man who has done a lot for the U.S.A. and not just because of his time as president. I would never vote for him and have never voted for any of his political candidates. I'm also a huge fan of Bill Ayers. I have known Bill since I was in college and was always a big fan of his. I had known of his past as a Communist and his past actions. I have always known that Bill had not been a great president. I was surprised to find out that he was the one who ended the war in Vietnam. I have read many books about him, but this documentary is the most educational and educational I have ever seen. He even has a chapter on his life that was written by his wife and made into a book. In the documentary he talks about how he was a small town boy with a big heart. He has done a lot for the U.S.A. He is someone who really is like a father to his children and the children have been well taken care of. His wife has been the same. They have a beautiful house in the country. They have two beautiful children. His son is 14 and his daughter is 12. He was a great president and he should be proud of that. There are a lot of people out there that don't know who he is and why he is such a great man. I'm not going to lie and say that I'm not a fan of him. I have loved him and I love him and I'm glad that he has made a documentary about his life. It is a really great documentary. I recommend it to anyone that is a fan of this great man. It is really a great documentary.


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