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Factory and construction workers, farmers, commuters, miners, students. The director captures the state of his nation, by static filming one or more people in more or less motionless poses. No narrative, just portraits.

Genres
Documentary
Director
Xiaoshuai Wang

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Wednesday, 08 Jul 2020 10:38

The most amazing thing about this documentary is the fact that it is completely devoid of any commentary. The film was shot entirely on location in and around the Australian outback. It also takes place during the Australian summer, during the height of the annual drought. It is about that time of year when all the crops are in flower and when cattle are eating everything. Not one person speaks a word. In this documentary, the focus is entirely on two people. They are the two older brothers and their wives. The women have chosen to speak for themselves rather than let their words be used as tools for the conversation. This is especially the case with the older brother, who is a retired geologist. He is completely self-effacing. This is the perfect portrait of someone who is trying to survive the harsh conditions in the Australian outback. It's not at all what one would expect from someone who has spoken to and worked with cattle. The most fascinating thing about this film is how it is not about a single person. It is about the whole of the family. This is a rare thing to find in documentaries, but it is very powerful. I think it is one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. It is an important documentary about a subject that is not very common to the American public. It is also a fascinating insight into one family's story. It is a film that will not be forgotten, for it is completely unique. It is a powerful film about a family that knows that it is far from perfect.
Monday, 08 Jun 2020 08:16

Perhaps the most tragic and costly feature of the early 20th century, the Great War is not remembered or fully appreciated by most people. Though many are appalled by the horrors of war and destruction, few are aware of the Great War, or the effect it had on people's daily lives. This documentary looks at the impact of war on the German people during World War 1. It begins with the majority of German children who were forced to take part in the war. The film takes us through various war-related events from Germany to Belgium to France. We hear their views on war and what it meant to them. We also hear from those who went through the war and their perspectives on the war. The war in question is World War 1, and the film focuses on the German people's treatment during the war. Many people in the film are white-collar workers, farmers, and small-scale farmers who were forced to work on the war's front lines. There were also people who were forced to work on the front lines because they were considered useful to the war effort. The majority of the German people were also farmers who were forced to sell their produce to the war effort, thus bringing in much money. The documentary does a good job of showing the positive effects the war had on the German people, and the negatives, such as the price of wheat and the reduction of the amount of land available for cultivation. However, it does not make the connection between the war and the lower wages in the farms. It's a good documentary, but it does not cover the full impact of the war in Germany. It only covers the majority of the German people, and focuses more on those that went through the war. This makes the film very uneven and uneven in its presentation. Overall, this is a good documentary that focuses on the impact of the war, but it leaves out important information. It does not cover all of the war's effects on the German people, or the effects of the war on German society.
Monday, 27 Apr 2020 03:55

In one of the shortest documentaries ever made (less than 90 minutes) Documentary In a Paragraph's epic documentary, a historian reveals how the end of the "Great Depression" in 1929 led to the murder and murder-suicide of two Jewish journalists. We first hear about the journalists, Irving and Lillian Gish, and their alleged sins. Then, after a few minutes of documentary footage and interviews, we hear about the actions of the infamous Jewish-American radio journalist, Julius Rosenberg, and his alleged actions in relation to the Nazi Party. After listening to several days of radio interviews with Lillian Gish, the Nazi's Rosenberg, and other people, we hear what we should think of the story. After hearing the story of the German-Jewish journalist, Julius Rosenberg, we hear about the famous murder of the Jewish journalist, Lillian Gish. We hear how Rosenberg was a radio journalist who tried to prove the Nazi-German conspiracy to destroy the Jews. We hear how Rosenberg was released from prison and in 1933 he wrote a book accusing the Nazis of murdering the Jews and Jews. Rosenberg tried to get a Nobel Prize for his book. Rosenberg's book was not published and he was never tried. After listening to the story of Rosenberg, we hear about the murder of Lillian Gish. The murder was a huge crime that cost hundreds of thousands of Jews and hundreds of thousands of other people. The murderers were not caught because of the protection of the authorities and the media. A murderer who tried to prove the Nazis murdering the Jews would have been tried, tried and found guilty. There is no doubt that the story is a bit exaggerated and a bit unfair. But as far as documentaries go, this is definitely one of the best ones I've ever seen.


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