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Vision Portraits is a movie starring John Dugdale, Rodney Evans, and Kayla Hamilton. An in-depth exploration of the creative paths of blind and visually impaired artists including a photographer, dancer, writer and filmmaker..

Genres
Documentary
Director
Rodney Evans
Starring
John Dugdale, Kayla Hamilton, Rodney Evans, Ryan Knighton

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Genres Documentary
Director Rodney Evans
Writer Rodney Evans
Stars John Dugdale, Kayla Hamilton, Rodney Evans, Ryan Knighton
Country Germany, USA, Canada
Runtime 1 h 18 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 An in-depth exploration of the creative paths of blind and visually impaired artists including a photographer, dancer, writer and filmmaker..

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Saturday, 05 Sep 2020 10:58

This is a documentary about the life of artist David Hockney, a master of abstraction and surrealism. He is arguably the most influential figure of the 1960s, his influence is huge and his life was certainly a weird and fascinating one. He was highly praised, and rightfully so, but also rightly hated by many of the artists he admired. For some it was artistic vanity, for others it was his insanity. Now we have this documentary, which talks about his life and his love, and it is an extremely interesting and fascinating look at the life of the man. The film is very self-referential, with interviews of people who knew him, his work and his life, and it is interesting to see how they really viewed the man, and it is very fascinating to see how his life was viewed by some of his contemporaries. For me personally the film did an excellent job of showing us how his work was viewed, and how the critics would see it. Many of the people interviewed for this film made very clear that they saw him as being very much the artist, and not a very artistic person. It is also interesting to see how the director talked about some of the oddities of his life. He would have a strange lifestyle. He had a very unorthodox relationship with his wife, which seemed to revolve around the fact that he didn't want to get married, and for the most part he had an odd relationship with his children. He had a strange relationship with his girlfriend, and talked about how he could have had a normal relationship with her but he never really got around to it. He was very religious, but was also very chaotic and angry, and was also very strange and wild. And there was a lot of weirdness in his life, he had a bizarre relationship with his sister, which was almost like a "mentor". He also had a weird relationship with his own mother, which was also very strange and weird. There was this weird and strange relationship with his father, which I thought was interesting, and how he was very unhappy with his father, but he would also talk about how his father could be "normal". This relationship had a lot of weird moments, as he would spend a lot of time with his father, and would also have a weird and unusual relationship with his mother, and then talk about how strange the relationship was. It was a very interesting look at the man and his life, and the director did a great job of showing us just how strange the man was, and how he was different from other people in his time. I also liked the fact that the director didn
Friday, 31 Jul 2020 11:22

I was just trying to figure out what to do with a huge stack of bills and a Ziploc bag. I came across this. No other film has captured the essence of the junkie world like this. I knew little about the world of heroin and what makes it so addictive. What I found was not just a story of addiction but of how these people live their lives. There is humor in the desperation of some, and there is the ability to smile when others fall into despair. Some can be funny while others have lost hope. Some have found solace with a drug, others with a job. There is a mixture of characters in this film. The director, Mira Nair, and the actors were all incredibly interesting to watch. I feel like I have known these people. It's like I've been a fly on the wall for a week. And that is what the film is about. It's about the effect that drugs have on people and how those effects change the people they surround themselves with. It's about the road that a person takes to get where they want to go. It's about the strength that some people have to do what they do to survive. Some say that it's a documentary. I think it's one of the best films I've seen in a long time. It's a tale of some of the world's most bizarre characters. I recommend this film to anyone who wants to see what's wrong with the world and how it affects people. I'd recommend this film to anyone who wants to understand why some people have such a deep addiction to drugs. I just hope that one day, someone will make a film like this. It deserves it.


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