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Free Spirit is a movie starring Khalid, Judah Lang, and Dizzy Fae. Conceived and created by Khalid and Emil Nava, Free Spirit is a direct creative parallel to Khalid's new album, using the new music to tell the stories of the beauty...

Genres
Drama
Director
Emil Nava
Starring
Jahking Guillory, Judah Lang, Khalid, Dizzy Fae

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Product details

Genres Drama
Director Emil Nava
Writer David James, Adam DaSilva
Stars Jahking Guillory, Judah Lang, Khalid, Dizzy Fae
Country USA
Also Known As Khalid: Free Spirit
Runtime 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 Conceived and created by Khalid and Emil Nava, Free Spirit is a direct creative parallel to Khalid's new album, using the new music to tell the stories of the beauty and the pain of growing up as Khalid has always done in his work. This film expands on his lyrics and artistry by sharing a visual story as a companion piece.

Top reviews

Sunday, 13 Sep 2020 10:31

Just got back from the first screening of "The Fog of War", an American remake of the Korean War drama "The Korean War" by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick, and while the original was a film that left me confused and depressed, this remake definitely left me feeling uplifted and the director's full attention. Despite the differences in style between the two films, they're both a marvel of filmmaking and a lot of people who have seen both versions will agree. It's an intelligent film that utilizes different cinematic techniques, including the use of a stop-motion model to depict the static shots, which gives a sense of realism to the films' scenes and is accompanied by a few music cues that sound a lot like the Korean War. It's a film that will have you questioning everything that you thought you knew about the Korean War. The key question here is: Is it the best film I've seen? Well, that depends on your outlook. You could say that the American version is a must-see and a great look at the human side of war and the military, and the Korean War is more of a look into the human side of war, which means that you have to be on the same page as the American version. This doesn't make the Korean War a terrible film, but it's definitely not the best. The Korean War is just one war film in a sea of war films. I would have to say that "The Korean War" is an excellent film that will keep you entertained from beginning to end. I have seen "The Fog of War" a few days ago and I'm still very much feeling the movie. I have nothing but good things to say about the film. One of the best films of the year and one of the best war films of the year.
Monday, 10 Aug 2020 23:43

At the very start of this film, when the camera lingers on the battered woman's black and white portrait of herself, I was reminded of the work of Darren Aronofsky, who combined images from all over the world, and assembled them together in a story, into one. The film begins in 1960, as the woman is preparing to go on the journey of a lifetime. She has come to New York City from her home in the Chicago area, to seek the help of the black doctor in town. The story, as told by the doctor and the woman, is that the two women have crossed paths before, and that in the end, there is more than friendship between the two. The film is shot almost entirely in black and white, and a few color scenes are used, but the story is told with such a deft hand, that one feels as if they are watching a novel, rather than watching a movie. It's a shame that a few of the scenes are of little value to the story, but they are only temporary distractions, and in all honesty, it is hard to feel anything for the main characters, but it's difficult to root against them. The acting is excellent. The film is filled with unforgettable scenes, such as the short-lived love of the woman for the doctor, the shots of New York City with all its natural beauty and its constant noise, and the scenes of the women in the doctor's clinic, where the doctor speaks to the women in the same kind of slow and deliberately relaxed way, and the black and white portraits, and the car and the radio. The film is definitely a thought provoking, and rewarding experience.
Sunday, 26 Jul 2020 13:08

This is a rare thing for me. I love movies, but sometimes I need to step away from the screen and just relax and enjoy the movie for what it is. In a movie like this I knew right from the start that it was going to be a comedy and I had a good feeling about that. I really liked this movie. It had its lows and highs but overall it was a fun, slightly dramatic, albeit funny film. As I said, the director has some great ideas. He makes some very good movies, but this was definitely not one of them. It was a good movie for the most part, but there were some parts that just didn't really work. For example, at one point in the movie when John is talking to Joe about how he could be a better husband and father, they don't make a connection. I don't think it really made sense to me, and that really hurt the movie for me. Then I also saw that one of the key characters is on a completely different planet from him, which I don't know if that was supposed to be funny or not, but it just didn't work. The music is good, and they play it well for the most part. I'm sure the music will get a lot of praise. There is no real bad acting in this movie, and I don't think it really hurt it at all. The biggest problem I had was with the plot. The story is great, but there is no sense of what the movie is trying to be. The movie is not really trying to be anything else than a comedy. For me, that just didn't work for me, and I didn't find that it was funny at all. Overall I really enjoyed this movie, and I really hope that more people enjoy it as I did.


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