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The Brink is a movie starring Steve Bannon, Louis Aliot, and Sean Bannon. A fly-on-the-wall chronicle of embattled former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon's global mission to spread extreme nationalism.

Alison Klayman
Sean Bannon, Louis Aliot, Steve Bannon, Patrick Caddell

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Genres Documentary
Director Alison Klayman
Stars Sean Bannon, Louis Aliot, Steve Bannon, Patrick Caddell
Country USA
Also Known As Steve Bannon: le grand manipulateur, The Brink - Sull'orlo dell'abisso, ザ・ブリンク, Steve Bannon, el gran manipulador
Runtime 1 h 31 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 When Steve Bannon left his position as White House chief strategist less than a week after the Charlottesville "Unite the Right" rally in August 2017, he was already a notorious figure in Trump's inner circle, and for bringing a far-right ideology into the highest echelons of American politics. Unconstrained by an official post - though some say he still has a direct line to the White House - he became free to peddle influence as a perceived kingmaker, turning his controversial brand of nationalism into a global movement. THE BRINK follows Bannon through the 2018 mid-term elections in the United States, shedding light on his efforts to mobilize and unify far-right parties in order to win seats in the May 2019 European Parliamentary elections. To maintain his power and influence, the former Goldman Sachs banker and media investor reinvents himself - as he has many times before - this time as the self-appointed leader of a global populist movement. Keen manipulator of the press and gifted self-promoter, Bannon continues to draw headlines and protests wherever he goes, feeding the powerful myth on which his survival relies.

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Friday, 04 Sep 2020 11:29

I had the pleasure of watching this documentary for the first time, in June of 2017, on a free viewing. I had never heard of this documentary before, and I have to say that I am glad I watched it. The majority of the time, the film was shot in-studio, as the actors and crew actually did their best to make the movie look real. There were a few times when the actors were standing in front of a whiteboard or a monitor with a pencil to draw on. However, I thought the majority of the footage was shot live, with the camera crew sitting in a dark room and not really being able to see what they were doing. I really liked this aspect of the film. I also found it interesting how much the audience could relate to the characters. I had no idea that I would be involved in a movie like this, but I am glad that I went into it knowing that I was going to be watching a documentary. I am also glad that I had the opportunity to see the documentary in its entirety. This is a film that I think many people can relate to. It has been a long time since I have been in a situation where I had to have my emotions be as honest as possible, and I really liked how the film handled that. I also thought that the film showed that the people who were in the film, were extremely grateful for the experience. I really appreciated the amount of care the film took to make sure that I was not disappointed. The film is definitely not for everyone, but I think that people who are open-minded and open-minded will find it very interesting. If you have a few hours to kill, I highly recommend that you watch this film. I hope that you enjoy it as much as I did.

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