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Small Group is a movie starring Sterling Hurst, Emily Dunlop, and Matt Chastain. Documentary filmmaker R. Scott Cooper, on a mission to expose the dark side of Christian culture, infiltrates a small group.

Genres
Drama
Director
Matt Chastain
Starring
Derrick Gilliam, Emily Dunlop, Matt Chastain, Sterling Hurst

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Genres Drama
Director Matt Chastain
Writer Matt Chastain
Stars Derrick Gilliam, Emily Dunlop, Matt Chastain, Sterling Hurst
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 Documentary filmmaker R. Scott Cooper, on a mission to expose the dark side of Christian culture, infiltrates a small group.

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Monday, 18 Jan 2021 17:24

This is a movie that works on several levels. Firstly, it is the story of a man named Enoch Green (Dennis Quaid), who loses his mother to a disease. After this, his childhood was "scarred" for life. One year after his mother died, Enoch is in the hospital for a long time. From this time, he undergoes a self-discovery and eventual self-liberation, by seeking to achieve his childhood goals. This leads him to build a daydream world with his friends, and later on to use it to overcome his real-life issues. Through this movie, the viewer is offered a glimpse into the struggles that Enoch goes through, in an effort to be successful in life, even though this is his real childhood. It also serves as a metaphor for the struggle of a person who does not have a place in society, who may be in need of a friend or someone to help him in a difficult situation, and finally, to overcome his fears. It is also interesting that it is also a journey into the daily lives of the four friends, and it shows how they try to find their own identity. The story is also interesting to see how their individual lives intersect in one way or another. The character of Billy Crystal's character is also interesting because it is the struggle of an alcoholic. We are also offered a glimpse into the lives of many other characters in the movie, such as the musician R. Crumb, a small business owner, and a clerk. It is interesting to see how different people's lives intersect. In the end, it is the journey that takes place in the lives of the characters, and their struggles, that make this movie so great. It is an interesting movie to see, and a good one to see.
Saturday, 06 Jun 2020 06:34

MARK DANTON seems to be a very thoughtful man, however when he was asked to direct this very honest documentary I was rather surprised. MARK DANTON never disappoints and is always the master of timing. I don't like to make a long comment, but here I am. I've seen "Everybody" a few times, and it has become one of my favorite documentaries. I've also seen "Everybody's Theater" which has been on television a couple of times. I am glad that when these two films came out, they were available in a great deal of different formats. I've watched "Everybody" with a large group of college students in a theater. I've also seen "Everybody's Theater" with a large group of theater students in a theater. As far as I'm concerned, the difference is that "Everybody" has a lot of special features that "Everybody's Theater" does not. I really like "Everybody's Theater" because I have seen it on tape a number of times. It is also available on video, which I've been waiting for. There is also an interview with Charles Shaughnessy in this film. I know he is a very knowledgeable man, but I also know that his movies are not for the people who have a lot of money. This is not to say that "Everybody" is not educational. It is educational in the sense that it is fun to watch, but it is also educational in the sense that it is well produced. I don't know if I would have liked "Everybody's Theater" if it had been produced by some of the people who made "Everybody's Theater" but this is not to say that I don't like "Everybody's Theater." I do like "Everybody's Theater" because it is entertaining. In "Everybody's Theater" the actors all seem to know that they are making a good movie. I give "Everybody's Theater" a 10/10. I'm still not sure what's wrong with the people who make these films. It just makes me wonder what they're doing with their lives. They should do something to improve their situations.


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