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American Dream: Detroit is a movie starring Mitch Albom, Jerry Bruckheimer, and Francis Ford Coppola. The comeback of Detroit is poised to be the greatest turnaround story of American history. American Dream: Detroit illustrates why...

Genres
Documentary
Director
Christina Kline, Michael Bolton
Starring
Francis Ford Coppola, Mitch Albom, Jerry Bruckheimer, Michael Ellison

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Genres Documentary
Director Christina Kline, Michael Bolton
Writer David Leaf
Stars Francis Ford Coppola, Mitch Albom, Jerry Bruckheimer, Michael Ellison
Country USA
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 comeback of Detroit is poised to be the greatest turnaround story of American history. American Dream: Detroit illustrates why the history and the future of Detroit matters in the global landscape. Grammy winning singer Michael Bolton celebrates the golden age of Detroit - featuring its native entertainment legends like Francis Ford Coppola, Jerry Bruckheimer, Aretha Franklin, Smokey Robinson, Alice Cooper, John Varvatos and many more - and reveals the landscape of the new Detroit being built by young visionaries as well as entrepreneurial moguls. Told through the eyes of Bolton's own discovery, this important story has remained until now largely obscured by mainstream media's preference to portray only the devastation of the city's downfall. This is the story of the American Dream.

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Monday, 18 Jan 2021 16:00

In the early 1960s, Detroit was an industrial powerhouse and a model of American middle class living. The city's success was due to a wide array of factors, including a highly skilled and well-educated workforce. A combination of factors from the Depression, WWII and a large foreign influx created a highly developed industry, and the average family was able to purchase a house in the suburbs for a fraction of the price in the city. This economy was disrupted by the auto industry and the rapid growth of other industries in the city. This documentary follows the lives of the auto workers and their families as they struggle to make ends meet and find new employment in a rapidly changing city. It follows the same lines as a typical documentary, focusing on the main character as he strives to keep his family from starving and help a friend's family out of a huge debt. The documentary shows the struggles of the workers and their families, as well as the struggles of the city as a whole. The documentary tries to show that the workers and their families did a great deal for the city, but this is not as easy as it sounds. The documentary makes a number of misleading statements about the people who worked on the auto assembly line, claiming that they had no dignity, that they were treated like animals, that they were treated like slaves and that they were not able to organize and fight for their rights. All of these statements are false, and the people in this documentary should not have been made the central focus of the documentary. In addition, the documentary exaggerates the suffering of the workers, making them seem like a bunch of amoral, brutal and violent people. While the documentary focuses on the car workers and their families, it does not focus on the city's larger economy and the politics that shaped it. The documentary is in a way an idealistic film, but in reality the city was very much a business in its own right. The documentary is meant to be a documentary about the auto workers, but in reality it is not a documentary at all. The documentary was made for the sole purpose of telling the story of the auto workers, and the auto workers were not a central part of the film. This is not a bad thing, but the documentary should have been focused on the city and its people instead. Overall, the documentary is a good documentary, but it is not a documentary at all. It is a documentary about a group of people in Detroit, who have a great deal of difficulty trying to stay afloat. The documentary makes many inaccurate statements, and is a pretty poor documentary overall.
Sunday, 20 Sep 2020 07:34

We are living in a time of austerity, where many of the same industries that made money in the past are under threat. The documentary shows how a highly innovative industry, based on the art of the "manufacturing" of things like cars and airplanes, has been destroyed by cheap, labor-intensive manufacturing, where most of the work is done by machines. The film shows how Detroit is undergoing a massive transformation from a manufacturing powerhouse to a shadow of it's former self. The film follows the struggles of many families, who lost their jobs and homes to new, cheaper factories. The film also gives a brief account of the film "Automation: the future of work", which shows how automated production is coming into the 21st century. The film also gives a brief account of the recent financial crisis, which has caused many corporations to go bankrupt, including Ford, General Motors and Chrysler. The film ends with a few ideas about the future of work. The film also has a few strong messages, such as the importance of a job, and how a job can be meaningful and meaningful to the individual, which is a good message for a job-obsessed society like ours. Overall, the film is an eye-opening documentary about the future of work, and shows how much the American Dream has been replaced by the new American Dream, which is easy to achieve, but not necessarily meaningful. Overall, the film is a good look at the future of work, and shows that the American Dream is dying, and it's up to the individual to make the best of a difficult situation. If you enjoy documentaries, then this is a good one to watch.
Monday, 14 Sep 2020 13:09

The Detroit Dream (2012) is a docudrama film that tells the story of the migrant worker crisis in Detroit and the people who are forced to leave the city and move to rural areas in the United States. The story centers around six migrant workers, who come from Mexico, Peru, Nicaragua and El Salvador to Detroit and live the best of lives as long as they are able to find work. The documentary examines the issues facing these workers and how they are trying to survive and earn their own living while trying to find a way to support their families. The documentary also looks at the politics of immigration, the experiences of migrant workers, and the social conditions in the United States. The movie was shot in the United States, Mexico, and the United Kingdom. The director, Angel Padilla, has gained the attention of many people for his documentaries on topics such as climate change, environmentalism and human rights. Padilla has won awards for his work in these documentaries and also has received international attention for his work on migrant workers. This documentary is very well done, and the film covers a wide range of subjects, but the documentary feels very well-paced and it is very informative. The story is a very compelling one and is well-written, and the film has a very well-rounded style. The film does have some flaws. The film feels very slow in places and it could have done with a bit more editing, and some of the events feel a bit under-explained, but the film is still very good and worth seeing.


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