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Lost in America is a movie starring Rosario Dawson, Halle Berry, and Tiffany Haddish. Following director Rotimi Rainwater, a former homeless youth, as he travels the country to shine a light on the epidemic of youth homelessness in...

Genres
Documentary
Director
Rotimi Rainwater
Starring
Jewel Kilcher, Halle Berry, Rosario Dawson, Tiffany Haddish

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Genres Documentary
Director Rotimi Rainwater
Writer Rotimi Rainwater
Stars Jewel Kilcher, Halle Berry, Rosario Dawson, Tiffany Haddish
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 45 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 Lost in America is a feature documentary on the issue of youth homelessness in America, following director Rotimi Rainwater, a former homeless youth, and his team as they travel the country to shine a light on the epidemic of youth homelessness- highlighting issues like: human trafficking, the foster care system, youth rejected because of their sexuality, domestic violence, abuse, and more. It also examines what many organizations, politicians and other public figures are doing (or not doing) to help these youth. Featuring interviews with Jewel (executive producer), Rosario Dawson (executive producer), Jon Bon Jovi, Halle Berry, Sanaa Lathan and others, the project has captured the attention of dozens of organizations and members of Congress that have since become involved. In addition, the upcoming film campaign has been sponsored by the organization Sands Cares, Las Vegas Sands' giving program. More than a film, Lost in America is a movement. It started with one man's journey to shine a light on the realities of youth living on the streets. Then, a group of filmmakers formed a team dedicated to telling the story of this important journey. Now, this movement is spreading across the country to thousands who are standing with the film to make sure homeless youth are no longer - lost in America.

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Sunday, 06 Dec 2020 13:50

It's not a documentary. It's a collection of clips from the films of Stanley Kubrick. They are arranged chronologically, and I was quite surprised to see them from the films of the director in the order of the credits. The selections are all high-budget films, so you'll see a lot of special effects, some of them clearly fake, but you can't help but be impressed by the performances of actors like Jeremy Irons and Tom Cruise. They're both great actors, but I'm not sure they're great directors. The documentaries are mostly about the other actors, including Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law. I was surprised to see Jude Law in a small part. In the early 70's, he was on the rise, but then he was falling. There are some other people, like Joan Plowright and Robert Downey Jr. who I really enjoyed, but it's difficult to say who was the best actor. In a way, this is like a documentary of a cult film. In this case, it's a cult film that actually started as a comedy, but became a drama and a comedy. One thing I liked about this is that they don't just talk about the movies, they show the performances. It's a very interesting movie, but I don't think it's really a documentary. But it's a good documentary, because it has a very interesting approach to the director's films. The directors are shown as a family, and it's like a family reunion. I was also impressed by the way the director was able to get his films to get recognized by the Academy Awards. The awards have always been dominated by Hollywood, but this is the first time that a documentary has made it to the Oscars. But I think this is a very interesting film. It's the first documentary that's been nominated for the Oscars. But I think that this is just an entertaining documentary, but it's not really a documentary. It's just a collection of clips from the films of Stanley Kubrick, and it's a very interesting film. But it's not a documentary.
Tuesday, 10 Nov 2020 15:52

As a Jewish person who has lived in America for almost 40 years, this is a film that I would like to have seen in its entirety. I have to say that the film is quite enjoyable, though there are a few moments that do not add up to the full picture. One example is the fact that this film is so focused on one of the many American myths, such as the idea that Jews are the only people who can think, talk, and act like humans, but there is no mention of the fact that Jews are not a race at all, but rather a religion, which is a religion that does not exist. The film is also a bit too apologetic for the anti-Semitism that was rampant in the past, but this does not detract from the film in any way. For me, the film was a joy to watch, especially since I have been studying American history and culture for almost 30 years, and I really liked the perspective that this film offered. It is very interesting to see how the American public has reacted to the Holocaust, and it is interesting to see how many Americans have responded in a very negative way, with some people even calling the film racist. For example, in a discussion in the film, one man compares the film to a Nazi propaganda film. This comparison is very disturbing, and I think it is very dangerous. One of the most disturbing things that this film does is to show how the Nazis were able to infiltrate the American psyche through this myth that Jews were the only people who could think, talk, and act like humans. In this film, it is quite easy to see how this myth is put together. One of the most frightening things is how many Americans are willing to believe this myth, and how this myth is able to survive so long because of the nature of the media and the power that the media has over people's minds. The myth is able to survive because people are not willing to question it, and the media, both print and TV, is able to manipulate the minds of the American public. I think that this film is very important, but it is not for everyone. People who have had a history of anti-Semitism will most likely find this film to be very upsetting. I think that this film can be enjoyed by people of all backgrounds, and I think that the film has much to offer, and will likely be more interesting to people who have not had anti-Semitism in their lives. The film is very well done, and I recommend it to anyone who enjoys a documentary that is centered on American history and culture.
Saturday, 05 Sep 2020 20:38

I just saw this movie on DVD in our local IFC Center. It is the most insightful and candid look at the quality of the communication available to the general public. It has been in the works for a while. It is about a couple of years that it was posted and then shelved. There are no interviews or supporting material. This is all presented in one beautiful 2-hour film. It is an old-fashioned, five-part documentary. It has three main parts. One part is for the US, the other two are for the UK and Canada. Part one covers all of the general population in the United States. Part two covers all of the population in the United States and Canada. Part three covers all of the population in the US, Canada, and UK. Each of the three parts goes for a little over one hour. It is a little daunting to get through, but if you have a time limit of five minutes, you will make it through. As I said before, this is a very long film. It is difficult to keep up with what's going on in the background. The first three parts run for almost two hours. In some parts, it feels like two. The first three are presented in black and white. The last two are in color. These colorizations are sometimes hard to follow. The colorization that runs for the final two hours is very beautiful. There are several places where the coloration is in such a way that the color on the screen is directly related to what is being said. This was what I loved about this documentary. The colorization of the final two parts was quite impressive. I did not get the impression that it was a propaganda film. It is obvious that the subjects of the first three parts were seeking out and speaking with others who had not seen the final part. They wanted to know more about the content of the final part. They wanted to hear from people who had not yet seen it. This was an excellent way of getting the information to them. It was a very special movie and a very important one to me. I wish I had seen it when it was released on video.


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