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Tread is a movie starring Marvin Heemeyer, Robert Fleet, and Teresa Riley. Pushed to his breaking point, a master welder in a small town at the foot of the Rocky Mountains quietly fortifies a bulldozer with 30 tons of concrete and...

Paul Solet
Teresa Riley, Marvin Heemeyer, Robert Fleet

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Genres Documentary
Director Paul Solet
Writer Paul Solet
Stars Teresa Riley, Marvin Heemeyer, Robert Fleet
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 29 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 On June 4th, 2004, a sixty-three-ton bulldozer, fortified with steel and concrete, systematically destroyed numerous businesses and homes in the small mountain town of Granby, Colorado. The rampage lasted over two hours and resulted in more than eight million dollars in damage. State and local police were incapable of even slowing the machine. Though it was armed with three high-powered firearms, no one but the driver was killed. His name was Marvin Heemeyer. TREAD explores the polarizing perspectives on this man, his motives, and what drove him to the breaking point.

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Friday, 11 Sep 2020 12:11

Tread is a documentary about how college is becoming the next prison. The director is Joe Stone who makes his mark on the current issues with the TV series The Wire, and his previous film Be Like Me. He's made documentaries about the rise of the AIDS epidemic, the struggle of the Native American tribe and the anti-LGBTQ movement in general. His latest film is a look at the plight of thousands of students trapped in college. They are going to college to be rich and famous, but will they be successful? The film has some big names in it, like Adam Levine, Frank Varsi, John Del Signore and Doug Baldwin. Stone is the film's producer and director, and he brings the camera down to the students in their dorms and lectures them about the evils of partying and partying alone. There are some powerful scenes that have a major impact on the students. One student tells him how he has been accepted to Harvard and a gay roommate is being bullied at his school, and then he is arrested. Another student is leading a rebellion in her dorm and is about to be kicked out by her parents. The students are determined to stay, and their camaraderie and determination show. One student is being evicted from her dorm and her parents are against her. She has one more chance to get out, and she'll be risking her safety. There is a way out, and she will do anything to get out. The student who has been on a life-changing journey is excited to find out she's going to be going to Harvard. Another student has a very important life-changing moment, but her parents won't let her tell her story. She has to keep it secret, and it's the best way she can do it. She is at a very high point in her life, and she has to make the most of it. These are the kind of stories you want to see in a documentary, and they are common in the lives of these students. The students have to be motivated and have a passion for what they are doing, and they need a lot of support. This is the case with the rest of the students. When they are watching the film, they are in tears. They want to get out of college, but they don't know what will happen to them, what will be their fate. The film is a difficult film to watch, but it is important and it needs to be seen. It's a great subject, and the filmmakers have done a great job. They are telling the stories of some of the most challenging young people in the country. They are telling a story about the need for college and a struggle to stay out of trouble, and they have shown the harsh realities of college life.

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