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Hal is a movie starring Allison Anders, Judd Apatow, and Rosanna Arquette. Hal Ashby's obsessive genius led to an unprecedented string of Oscar®-winning classics, including Harold and Maude, Shampoo and Being There. But as...

Genres
Documentary, Biography
Director
Amy Scott
Starring
Hal Ashby, Rosanna Arquette, Allison Anders, Judd Apatow

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Product details

Genres Documentary, Biography
Director Amy Scott
Stars Hal Ashby, Rosanna Arquette, Allison Anders, Judd Apatow
Country USA
Also Known As Regissören Hal Ashby, Once I Was: The Hal Ashby Story, Hal Ashby, Hal, un director de culto
Runtime 1 h 30 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 Hal Ashby's obsessive genius led to an unprecedented string of Oscar®-winning classics, including Harold and Maude, Shampoo and Being There. But as contemporaries Coppola, Scorsese and Spielberg rose to blockbuster stardom in the 1980s, Ashby's uncompromising nature played out as a cautionary tale of art versus commerce.

Top reviews

Sunday, 13 Sep 2020 12:13

We get the same storyline in all the films. It is similar to the Ray Harryhausen's Ray, in that there is a powerful force that lives in the atmosphere and keeps it alive. The difference is that this is a documentary and not a documentary on the actual topic of human sacrifice. The story in "Oceans" is about the source of the energy that has kept the planet going for millions of years. The story in "Oceans" is about the relationship between a couple and the potential for conflict that may arise if they are not careful. There is not one person in this film who is a prophet or a true prophet, nor is there one person who has the ability to bring about a change in the world that will make it a better place. The focus is not on that. This film is about the relationship between the couple and the potential for conflict. The story is told in a very slow way, by someone who is an expert in the subject. I am a bit curious about the source of the energy that keeps the planet going. What is it? How does it happen? What does it cost? Who is doing it? Why? The answers to these questions are given by a professor at a university who has studied the subject for a long time. It is interesting to hear that a couple of years ago, she published a book with an essay that was written by a professor who had studied the subject for years. It is also interesting to hear that this professor has made contact with the person who is responsible for making the energy. If you are interested in the topic, I would suggest that you watch this film and read about the people who have studied the subject. You might be surprised.
Wednesday, 19 Aug 2020 02:01

From a well-traveled movie audience I have to say I am not surprised to see such a vote on this. It is an enlightening, and certainly not biased, documentary on the plight of the unemployed who have not found work in their local community. Many of them are in Ireland, where there is only one job. Or in Britain, where there is no job either. There are scenes of the unemployed wandering around in parks or areas where they have to pay for the water. Of course they have no money for food. Many have resorted to begging in the city. The film tells the story of a young Irish woman who is in Britain, in a job that is not as good as her local job. She doesn't speak English, and doesn't want to. However, she can't get any money to eat, and she doesn't have a job in England. She is driving a friend to the airport to go to work, but she gets no money to pay for the plane fare. She ends up in the local pub and she reads her local paper. They tell her how she is about to lose her job because she cannot afford to pay for the plane fare. She tries to get someone to give her money, but it is a long way to London. She has no money. She finally gets a taxi to a place where she lives, and she sits in the back seat, waiting for her friend to come and get her. She tells the taxi driver her story. He comes back, and he tells her she can not live in the country because she can't afford to pay for the food. He tells her she must go to London and find work. She finally gets a job as a cleaner in a library. She has to work hard, she tells her friend. She starts to get out of bed in the morning and in the evening. She works hard, so hard, but it is hard work. She is exhausted. She doesn't even make enough money to go to the bathroom, and she doesn't have the money to pay for food, and the taxi driver shows her the same thing. She works until midnight, and then she has to take a train to London, and that too is hard work. I think everyone has a friend like that. A friend like that, it's a hard life. And I think that a lot of people get the feeling that they can not do anything about it. But you can help. The man who works with the unemployed tells them to take the film into the community to show them that there are people who are working. And he shows the local people in the film that there are more jobs in the town than in the whole country. And that the unemployment rate is very low. What we see in the film is a situation in which a young woman is going through hard work, hard work, hard work, and she finds herself in a difficult situation. And she gets the feeling that there are many people who want to help her, but she has no money. And she has to fight against all kinds of obstacles, the poor government, the taxi driver, the people who have given her money. And she must fight against her own weakness. In this film, we see what happens after she has had a chance to help herself, but she gets to know the people who are trying to help her, and she has a chance to use their help. And when she has a chance to tell them what she has learned from her experience, they listen. And then they ask her what she learned. She tells them, about her experience of what she could have done with her life. She tells them that if she had done a little bit more for the people around her, if she had done more for the people who really need help, the people who want to help her, she could have changed her situation, and she could have a better life. And so it comes out that they
Thursday, 09 Jul 2020 02:59

I have been following the fight against the Vietnam war since I was a teenager. This movie isn't about the war or the times, it is about people. The stories in this documentary are much more personal and heart wrenching than any other documentary. It really gets to you and shows you just how dirty, violent, and destructive our wars are. I think the best thing about the documentary is that you don't need a PhD in American History or a Master's degree to understand it. The question that was raised in the interview with Dennis Pym about how corrupt our government really is is a very good one. A lot of people don't think that there is any corruption, but in reality, we are just living in a republic. The people that are trying to pass the FEDERAL CLIMATE PROTECTION ACT should really start to think about how they want to use the powers they have to destroy the country and do away with our rights as free people. This movie shows you that when the government tries to take away your rights, they are only doing it because they have the power to do it. It really shows you that the government should not be in charge of our lives, and people should be in charge of their own lives. It is not only our freedom that is at stake, but the freedom of our children, who we will have the ability to go to school, to the police station, and so on. I think it is sad that in this country, we have so many people that have the mentality of the government that they don't want to stand up and fight for what they believe in. It is sad because if we did not stand up and fight for our rights, we would never have a country. I really like this documentary because it really shows you the reality of the system, and people are not as stupid as they think they are. There are no winners in a fight, but there are people that are always fighting, and those are the ones that matter.
Sunday, 26 Apr 2020 16:52

Nights in the worst of times can become a truly rewarding experience. But for those of us lucky enough to have that night, being there to take advantage of it is never quite enough. If we have a night of extraordinary kindness, of incomparable kindness, of music and of humour, it will make up for the earlier horrors that we have experienced. It will be forever after remembered. It is one of the timeless qualities of the human condition that we can find moments when it is so easy to forget the horrors that we have endured. That is, we don't always know that it was our own sins, our own destructive choices that have turned us into what we are. The evening when the children of two teenage girls were murdered by a man who was intoxicated, they found solace in a new friendship and a way of coping with the pain of losing a beloved friend. It is often said that the greatest tragedy is the loss of one's self. The men who took the lives of these girls have done this to the very core of their being. They have brought them back to life in ways that they could never have imagined. They have made them just as they were before their deaths. In this case, the tragedy of loss is as great as the tragedy of loss itself. There is no other way to make a story of this magnitude into a documentary than to make it a story about the people involved. We are all actors in this story. It is the responsibility of each of us to present the circumstances of the deaths as best we can, and to document that in the photos and in the interviews. We have no choice. And for this documentary, we have two excellent men to do that. The first is Eric Braeden, a historian, a man who is now almost a legend in the world of music. Braeden has always been very interested in the life of music and has published books on the subject. He has also written an account of this tragic event. You can find it on Amazon. We talk to him about how the witnesses of the tragedy were interviewed, how the event was covered up. It is a fascinating story, if you are interested in music. It is worth your time. He also talks to the two mothers of the murdered girls, one of whom was not even present at the memorial service for the victims. We learn about their lives, their hopes and dreams. We hear their stories of the children who were involved, and of how their lives were changed forever. We see their photographs of the girls who were murdered. We hear their accounts of the police interviews, and of the handling of the case by the authorities. It is a fascinating interview. We also hear from the sisters' families and their friends. This is where the story really takes off, with the interviews. If you are interested in music, this is a must see.


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