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Filmworker is a movie starring Leon Vitali, Ryan O'Neal, and Brian Capron. A documentary about how English actor Leon Vitali came to work as an assistant to American filmmaker Stanley Kubrick for over 30 years.

Genres
Documentary, Biography
Director
Tony Zierra
Starring
Brian Capron, Leon Vitali, Ryan O'Neal, Mike Alfreds

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Product details

Genres Documentary, Biography
Director Tony Zierra
Stars Brian Capron, Leon Vitali, Ryan O'Neal, Mike Alfreds
Country USA
Also Known As Stanley Kubricks högra hand, Filmworker. A la sombra de Kubrick, Elämäni Kubrickin palveluksessa, キューブリックに魅せられた男
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 A documentary about how English actor Leon Vitali came to work as an assistant to American filmmaker Stanley Kubrick for over 30 years.

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Friday, 11 Sep 2020 13:16

The so-called 'professional' documentary on the death of Mark David Chapman is in a word, absolutely awful. It's loaded with factual inaccuracies, some obvious and some not so obvious. The film makes many claims to make, and yet they are all unsupported by any supporting evidence. I give it a 3. This is one of the worst documentaries I've seen. It's not clear why Chapman was charged in the first place, or why Chapman was sentenced to death. Why Chapman was never a suspect is something I have no interest in learning about. It's not clear that Chapman had any involvement in any other crime. The film is unorganized, inconsistent, and boring. The documentary is also one of the most unconvincing documentaries I've seen. The documentary presents Chapman as a 'good guy' who, despite the wrongdoings of others, could have become a better human being. Yet when you see Chapman, you know he was, indeed, a bad guy. Chapman was a murderer. He shot his friend, who was unarmed, in the head, and then went on to rob a convenience store and kill two other people. I'm not saying that Chapman deserved to be killed, but the documentary is full of inaccuracies, particularly regarding the four-hour testimony Chapman gave in his trial. But it also does a poor job of presenting Chapman as a human being. The documentary doesn't focus enough on Chapman's personal life, and does not go into detail about his career. The documentary also does not deal with the case in a sympathetic way, in an open-minded way, or with Chapman's psychological issues. In fact, it's not even sympathetic to Chapman's friend, who committed suicide shortly after Chapman's trial. One of the best documentaries I've seen, and that's saying a lot. It's full of factual errors and too much documentary style. And it's still one of the most entertaining documentaries I've ever seen.
Friday, 04 Sep 2020 21:02

By far the most ambitious documentary of my life. Ever. This movie is more than just a portrait of the well known and very important figures of the music industry. It is an insightful study of the inner workings of the people who are in charge of the music business. It is also a conversation between two groups of people who have managed to overcome their many enemies and to achieve success by developing a mutually beneficial relationship. It's a masterful and heartfelt portrait of some of the most important people in the world of music. And it's also a telling story of how you can help save the music industry. In fact, it's about the music industry, as the movie starts with a discussion of the ways in which people can get rich by exploiting the artist and the fans. The movie then shifts to the world of record labels and music publishers. It is during this time that we see how the music industry can be almost captured by large corporations. The negotiations between these corporations and the music labels has become so controlling and so convoluted that it is hard to see the connection. This leads to the conclusion that we have seen how important music is, yet we have forgotten how important music is in a more general sense. For example, at the end of the movie, the director asks each of the performers in the film to tell us what their most memorable and important moments were in their career. What they say is that they were singing "Farewell" and "Time Out of Mind" at the end of their careers. In fact, the whole film has some of the most moving moments in film. From the interviews with Jean Dujardin and Elton John, to the interview with David Bowie and his manager (with whom he describes how he got his break and how it changed his life), the interviews with the people involved with the movie are the most moving. What is even more amazing is that the movie is able to describe the people with all of their differences and also to relate the different ways that they express themselves. It is also very interesting to see how it was able to relate the different way that the various celebrities in the movie express themselves to their own personal views on life. What is especially interesting is that the majority of the interviewees in the film express themselves in their own style of singing. However, for the most part, they are able to express themselves in a way that is very different from how they express themselves in their professional and personal lives. The movie is very interesting and deserves to be watched. However, to understand the message of the movie, one must understand the music industry and its history.
Thursday, 02 Jul 2020 21:22

I don't think the film itself is that important, I think it's more of a look into the punk rock scene in New York in the early 70s. That's what this movie is about. It's a look at some of the scenes that made this scene famous, and in doing that it sort of follows the punk rock scene through time. A lot of people forget this era, it was in the 70s and in the 80s, and the people who did all the music that is now known as punk rock. Some of the songs that were popular then were later popular in the 80s. This film is not only looking at the punk rock scene, but it is also showing a lot of the things that we see in the streets of New York in those days. This film is a look at what the city was like in those days, and what the people in that scene were all about. So even though this film isn't a very deep look at the history of punk rock, I think it is interesting because it does show the life in the streets of New York City during that time, and how it was in some ways a very interesting place. I think that the thing that makes the film more interesting is that it focuses on the music, which I think is important, because even though this film is looking at punk rock in New York City, it really is looking at the culture as well. I think that it is very important to look at the culture and how it became famous, and how it was popular. I also think that it's important to look at what kind of music this film is about, because in looking at punk rock there are certain songs that were popular during this time period that are now considered to be pop songs. But there are also songs that were popular in the 70s that are now considered to be rock songs. So I think that it is important to look at the different music that was popular in New York during this time period, because it helps us to look at what was popular during this period and what people thought was popular in the 70s. The one thing that I didn't like about the film was the music in it. It is basically all punk rock songs, and if you are a fan of punk rock, that's what you should be expecting. It's not a really interesting look into punk rock, it's not a really interesting look into the music. I also think that it's a bit confusing to get to the point of the film because you don't really know what the point of the film is. I think that it was a good film, but I think that it could have been better, because I think it could have been a bit better looking at the punk rock scene in New York, and at the music in it.
Wednesday, 29 Apr 2020 13:36

I will admit to being unfamiliar with any of the film's subjects, so my experience with this film was based on my knowledge of the film itself. And while the film did not have a "what's going on" feel, it was a well-done documentary. It is rare to see a film that shows the circumstances of what happened and the need for justice. I think the issue that we are so focused on in this country is not really the "whole world" that is responsible, but the person(s) responsible. The film's subject matter, which is pretty important, was not the central focus. The film is really about the trials of both the families of the two brothers and the people who tried to help them. I think the director did a good job of showing the hardships of the families, but also showing the pain and hardship the brothers experienced. The film does not contain any graphic scenes of what happened to the brothers, which is a good thing. The film is a good representation of the entire story of the brothers. While it is a bit boring at times, it is not completely boring, and I believe that it will make a good documentary. The film is not without it's flaws. Some of the subjects, such as the brother's brother, are not given enough time to explain themselves. This could have been done better. The film is about the trials of the brothers, and while they are important, it does not give enough time for the viewer to understand what the brother's brother went through. The film also does not give enough time to the brother's wife. I think the film could have done a better job of showing her side of the story. Overall, this film was good and I think it will be a good documentary for people to see. The documentary does not focus on the whole world, but the brothers. The film does not show the brothers' side of the story, but the trials of the families of the two brothers. I think this film is a good representation of the entire story. It shows the trials of the families, but it does not show the entire story.


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