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The Cat Rescuers is a movie starring Claire Corey, Tara Green, and Stuart Siet. Feral and abandoned cats prowl the streets of New York City in the tens of thousands. Because the City can't handle this problem, hundreds of dedicated,...

Genres
Documentary
Director
Rob Fruchtman, Steve Lawrence
Starring
Latonya 'Sassee' Walker, Stuart Siet, Claire Corey, Tara Green

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Product details

Genres Documentary
Director Rob Fruchtman, Steve Lawrence
Stars Latonya 'Sassee' Walker, Stuart Siet, Claire Corey, Tara Green
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 27 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 Feral and abandoned cats prowl the streets of New York City in the tens of thousands. Because the City can't handle this problem, hundreds of dedicated, volunteer rescuers have come to their aid. Our film focuses on four of them in the borough of Brooklyn.

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Wednesday, 16 Sep 2020 05:23

The New York Times describes the media's role in capturing images of the war in Vietnam: "That has been a dirty little secret. The government's leading cheerleaders for war have used their positions in the news media to suppress the truth of the war, using their skills to disguise propaganda and hide the truth from the American people. In the process, they have destroyed some of America's best-loved icons: Robert McNamara, Henry Kissinger, Joseph R. Biden, Richard M. Nixon and the Kennedys." I'll be very brief in this review. As I mentioned above, it was as though I was being interviewed on the spot. For that reason, I have avoided most of the interviews. However, I did interview three of the people who had access to the Pentagon's plans for the invasion of Cambodia. The only remaining interview I saw was with Arthur W. Rupp, Jr., the U.S. ambassador to Thailand. This interview was shown on the PBS news hour. In that interview, Rupp emphasized the importance of the press in serving the public interest. However, that same interview was presented on PBS in a way that omitted any mention of the U.S. government's attempts to suppress the press. This was a very big omission, as well as the fact that I saw no evidence of the influence of the U.S. government in suppressing the media. There was, however, another omission, and that was the complete omission of the fact that the Pentagon had any involvement whatsoever in the Cambodian war. In other words, there was no mention that the U.S. government and the American media were involved in creating and financing the war. My summary of the interview is as follows: The interviewers failed to point out any of the obvious problems with the U.S. involvement in Vietnam, and the interviews were dominated by the Pentagon's interest in the war. The interviewers could have mentioned any number of reasons why the war in Vietnam was a mistake, and that might have made this a more effective documentary. However, it was clear that the U.S. government was trying to manipulate the American public. The interviews show the influence that the U.S. government exerted in shaping the American media in its support of the war in Vietnam. In short, if the U.S. government had any involvement in Vietnam, the media would have explained that in a more complete way. The media failed to do this, which made this documentary extremely difficult to understand.
Monday, 20 Jul 2020 12:14

This movie is another one of those documentaries that you can watch for the simple sake of seeing the people who are trying to keep cats alive and well. The documentary does have a few surprises which will leave you scratching your head wondering what to think. This documentary goes into a lot of the things that the cats need to survive, such as food, water, shelter, etc. The cat that died was a female that was already in her forties and lived her life working as a cat housekeeper, and in this documentary you see her and her male companion enjoying the life that they have in their home, and there are a lot of beautiful shots that show them in their cages and their surroundings. This documentary is also informative for the people who don't know much about cats, and I think it is good for everyone to see because this documentary gives you the answer to all the questions you have about cats. I would also like to say that this is not a documentary that will make you cry, or make you laugh, or make you think about the right way to live your life. It is more of a documentary that will help you to better understand what animals have to go through to survive, and to know how to help them to survive. I really liked this documentary because it is a little different than the other documentaries that you may have seen before, and it is informative. This documentary has some amazing shots and great moments that make you think about what you have seen and how animals are treated in our world.


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