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Spiral is a movie starring Dieudonné and Richard Spencer. A look at the rise of anti-Semitism and assaults against Jews in present-day France.

Laura Fairrie
Dieudonné, Richard Spencer

All Systems Operational

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Tuesday, 08 Sep 2020 15:22

I'm a very big fan of Philip Glass, especially his music. So I was very pleased to hear this documentary on the music of the late great composer. I'm not a music critic, but I was more than happy to see the work of Philip Glass in this documentary. It's clear that the filmmakers had a lot of access to the composer's work and heard him play a lot of his music. It was very interesting to hear the music and listen to his music, and to see how his life was very complex and many different. This film is very informative, but also somewhat boring and slow. The soundtrack of the film was very good and the film was nice to see the composer perform, but it was definitely not my favorite aspect of the film. The documentary on the music itself was much more interesting and entertaining. I was a little bit disappointed that the music in the documentary wasn't so great. This is not a problem, as it's a subjective issue. But, I would have liked to see more of the music of the composer, especially his early work. The musicians, especially the violinist who played with Glass were great, and their performances were very moving. The film didn't focus enough on Glass's late work and that is a problem, as this is probably one of the best composers of the 20th century, who was also very close to death. The music is not the only aspect of this film that I didn't like, as I also really liked the acting. The film was very slow, and it was hard to follow, and sometimes hard to tell what was going on. I think the film is not necessary to see if you don't know a lot about Glass's work. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about the great composer.
Monday, 06 Jul 2020 06:11

Spiral is the story of Richard (Christopher Riley), a troubled former smoker who has recently lost his job. He is homeless, unable to pay his rent, and recently had a broken bone in his foot. He is just beginning to deal with this in his daily life. In his apartment, he has discovered that a single white room in a beautiful neighborhood has no way of meeting his needs. He is surprised to see a large group of young men playing around in it. Richard, after doing a little investigating, learns that it is a no-fault housing project, and the young men do not want to live there. They are being offered a chance to come to a nearby island where they can live with the poor, but they have to work to pay for their own housing. Richard, believing in the concept of "the common man", is hopeful that the young men will be able to make it work and do their part. Richard decides to join this group and hopes that they can do so. It is only after seeing the island that Richard decides to stay. He is impressed by the people he meets and they are willing to help him in any way they can. The film is a good look at a movement that has been very successful. The film highlights the problems that the society faces, both economic and social. While the documentary has it's flaws, it is still a worthwhile watch. The film also does a good job of showing the problems the society faces. While the film is good in it's own right, it does get a little too preachy in the last 20 minutes of the film. This is a good film that is worth seeing.

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