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5B is a movie starring Alison Moed Paolercio, Cliff Morrison, and David Denmark. Documentary about the staff and patients of San Francisco General Hospital's AIDS ward during the early years of the epidemic.

Paul Haggis, Dan Krauss
Alison Moed Paolercio, Mary Magee, David Denmark, Cliff Morrison

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Genres Documentary
Director Paul Haggis, Dan Krauss
Stars Alison Moed Paolercio, Mary Magee, David Denmark, Cliff Morrison
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 34 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 At the heart of the HIV/AIDs epidemic, a single number and letter designated a ward on the fifth floor of San Francisco General Hospital, the first in the country designed specifically to treat AIDS patients. The unit's nurses' and caregivers' emphasis on humanity and consideration of holistic well-being created a new standard of care in a time of great uncertainty.

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Thursday, 27 Aug 2020 22:29

The Human Factor (2002) * (out of 4) Director John Schlesinger presents a documentary about a guy named Bill Gates. This guy is very successful in the fields of technology and business. He's famous for his philanthropic endeavors. Now here's the part that I'm not sure I understand. He's known for being an excellent cook. He's also known for being an excellent manager. What he does is taking the money that he gets from his companies and giving it to charity. In his last year, he decided to give his personal fortune away. I thought the idea was very interesting. I'm not sure if the film will win an Oscar or not but I think it's an interesting story. Now the problem is that this documentary isn't very clear. It just seems like there's a lot of talk about how Bill Gates is an excellent cook and that he gives money away. I don't know how to explain the subject matter. I think it was done very well but it didn't have the impact it could have had. Now I'm not going to say that I don't like documentaries. I do like documentaries that explain a topic. There are a lot of documentaries out there that do that and I've seen some of them that are very good. But the one thing that I can't say is that this is one of them. This is one of the more mysterious documentaries that I've seen. I'm not sure if the subject matter is interesting enough to interest anyone but I'm not sure if it's good enough to interest the viewer. I guess that's the biggest problem with this documentary. I think it's interesting enough but it's not that good.
Thursday, 09 Jul 2020 14:23

I was not expecting this documentary to be as educational as it was, as the subject matter is not a subject that people of all ages and walks of life will want to take in. However, as a viewer, it is a simple and simple question that we should all be asking ourselves as a society. What would you do if the world turned against you and you had to stand alone? Would you take it on yourself to try and fix it? Or would you try to take it out on your family and friends? If the answer is the latter, then I think we all need to take some time to consider what the consequences of this situation would be. For those who are not aware of the fact that the world is heading towards a point where it will be impossible for the human race to exist in any form, this documentary would seem to be a bit of a lighthearted film for you. However, as I found it to be educational, it is not without its flaws. For starters, the film is narrated by Peter Jackson himself, and it's pretty obvious that he is a very knowledgeable man. He is very articulate and is able to give a thorough description of what is happening to the world. However, I think that the documentary suffers from a lack of depth and detail on a number of issues that the world is facing. The one that I found most impressive was that of the refugees that are currently being brought to our shores. In the documentary, the only time that we see footage of the refugees is from the side, and I think that was a bit disappointing. The documentary should have been able to show us how the refugees were treated and how they were trying to make their way to a new life. However, the information that we were given was in a very limited and confined format. I would like to have seen more footage from the refugees themselves, not only to see the problems that they are facing, but also to see how they were dealing with the problems that the refugees were facing. We also hear that the refugees were being treated very poorly by the French government, which I think was a little bit of a distraction for the viewer. Another issue that I found to be a little bit of a distraction was the portrayal of Muslims in the documentary. I think that the portrayal of the Muslim community was very accurate and that they were trying to make a statement that they are the victims of a war against humanity, but I also think that there was a lack of depth on the Muslim community in general. This film did a great job of portraying Muslims as victims, but not to the extent that they are portrayed in this film. I would say that this film did a great job of portraying Muslims, but I think that it would have been better served to portray them as victims, and to show them as the people they really are. Overall, this documentary is an excellent film that has a great message that is hard to ignore. However, the depth and complexity of the information presented in the film were too limited and there were a number of issues that I found a bit of a distraction. However, this is an excellent documentary that is worth watching.

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