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Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché is a movie starring Alice Guy, Richard Abel, and Marc Abraham. Pamela B. Green's energetic film about pioneer filmmaker Alice Guy-Blaché is both a tribute and a detective story,...

Genres
Documentary
Director
Pamela B. Green
Starring
Richard Abel, Marc Abraham, Stephanie Allain, Alice Guy

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Product details

Genres Documentary
Director Pamela B. Green
Writer Pamela B. Green, Joan Simon
Stars Richard Abel, Marc Abraham, Stephanie Allain, Alice Guy
Country USA
Also Known As Be Natural: A História não Contada da Primeira Cineasta do Mundo, Bądź sobą, czyli nieopowiedziana historia Alice Guy-Blaché, Sé natural: la historia no explicada de Alice Guy-Blaché, Första kvinnan: Alice Guy-Blaché, Sé Natural: La vida de Alice Guy-Blaché - La primer cineasta del mundo, Ensimmäinen nainen: Alice Guy-Blaché, Be Natural, l'histoire inédite d'Alice Guy-Blaché
Runtime 1 h 43 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 Pamela B. Green's energetic film about pioneer filmmaker Alice Guy-Blaché is both a tribute and a detective story, tracing the circumstances by which this extraordinary artist faded from memory and the path toward her reclamation.

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Tuesday, 16 Jun 2020 00:14

This documentary takes us on a journey of discovery through the lives of three women in the early 1970s, Alice Guy-Blaché, Mary Ellen Tilden and Carol Ann Duffy. The film is presented in chronological order. The first section of the documentary is a brief history of the women, and in particular of Mary Ellen Tilden. Mary Ellen, who was born in Pennsylvania, lived in New York City, where she worked as a call girl. At the age of 18 she ran away from her abusive family, married a man who took her to live in a house in the country and never saw her again. She worked at a local theater and became involved with the theater's LGBT group. She then became involved with the so-called "Gay Liberation Front." She also ran a women's magazine. During the 1970s she and the GFL organized numerous protests, including a failed bank robbery, which she attributed to the macho, macho, macho. She organized a march on Washington, DC. On the morning of October 11, 1978, Mary Ellen and the GFL were arrested for their protest. The GFL and the police used the "Riot Act," a law that gives the government the power to detain and arrest people, without due process, without a trial. Mary Ellen was held without a trial for 9 months. She was finally released on bail, but she was charged with the murder of her husband. She was convicted, but was found not guilty on the grounds of insanity. In 1980, Mary Ellen sued the government, claiming the riot act had violated her constitutional rights. The trial lasted 12 years. In the end, the judge ruled that Mary Ellen was insane, and that the police and the government had violated her rights. After her conviction, the judge sentenced her to 25 years in prison. She was released in 1984. Carol Ann Duffy was born in South Dakota, and was raised in New York City. She worked as a secretary at a newspaper. She was arrested and tried for her involvement in the anti-war movement. She was acquitted. She was in a nursing home at the time of the riots. She began receiving mail and calls from people who wanted to know if she had been released from prison. She started receiving mail from people who had come to visit her, but she did not know they were planning to return. She received phone calls from people from all over the country, and even from China. She visited her daughter in prison. She visited her son in prison. She continued to receive mail and phone calls from people who had come to visit her, but she was not sure who they were. The film does a good job of showing the lengths that these women had gone to in order to try to find out who was responsible for their imprisonment. The film does a good job of showing the lengths they had gone to in order to try to find out who was responsible for their imprisonment.
Monday, 27 Apr 2020 00:31

It is the first time I am writing an article for IMDb. I would have liked to write this on the DVD but I was not sure if the film was going to be released or not. The film had been out for a couple of years. However I was very interested in the film since I had heard it was about a woman who went to prison. I read a lot of reviews on the internet and thought that it had to be great. So I decided to go and see it. However I was not disappointed at all. The film was excellent. It is a very well told story. It is a documentary about a woman Alice Guy-Blaché, who went to prison for killing her husband. I am not sure if the film was released in the US yet but I am sure that it is not. It is a documentary about Alice's life and her conviction for murder. It is not a documentary about her arrest, but it is about her conviction and her life after prison. The film was very interesting. It was a very emotional documentary. It made you cry and it made you feel for the woman. The documentary is well told and you can feel for Alice. The film has a very emotional ending and I think that is the best part of the film. Overall I would recommend this film to everyone. It is a very good documentary about the life of Alice. I think it was very well told. I would have liked to see the film with English subtitles but I am sure it is not going to be released in the US anytime soon. I am sure that it will be released on DVD. The film is very well told and the documentary is very good. I would recommend it to everyone.


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