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Making the Five Heartbeats is a movie starring Alex Gibbs, Hawthorne James, and Leon. The behind the scene look at the casting calls; selection of cast members, story board ideas producers, and directoral commentary. Plus never...

Genres
Documentary
Director
Robert Townsend
Starring
Hawthorne James, Leon, Alex Gibbs, Robert Townsend

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Genres Documentary
Director Robert Townsend
Writer Robert Townsend
Stars Hawthorne James, Leon, Alex Gibbs, Robert Townsend
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 25 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 The behind the scene look at the casting calls; selection of cast members, story board ideas producers, and directoral commentary. Plus never before scene footage of this iconic cult classic with additional commentary from selected cast members and other leading consultants involved in the making of this memorable film.

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Thursday, 18 Jun 2020 11:37

This documentary is great, and I don't understand why some people are so negative about it. I think it's great to see people having an open and honest conversation about the problems with the Church. The documentary also has a lot of interesting points to make, and it doesn't really have a straight forward conclusion. If you can get over your personal issues, and don't judge the Church, and if you can see the bigger picture, you will love this film. I really like the way they filmed the interviewees. They showed the interviewees talking about what they are going through, and at the same time, they show their reactions to the interviewees. It makes it very easy to watch the interviewees and not feel like you're a stranger to them. Another interesting point of the documentary is that many of the interviewees did not attend church until they were in their twenties. I think that this is an important point because, as you may have heard, it is estimated that the church is losing 1,500 members every month. These young people may not have had a church experience in their lives, and they may be very skeptical of the church's doctrine. This documentary makes it very clear that the church is very important to them, and they would like to know more about it. Finally, I thought the documentary was really well-made. It was well-edited, and the director did a great job in showing the interviewees' reactions to the interviewees. Overall, I thought this documentary was very good and I would recommend it to people.


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