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Crime + Punishment is a movie starring Manuel 'Manny' Gomez, Sandy Gonzales, and Rukia Lumumba. A group of brave NYPD officers risk it all to expose the truth about illegal quota practices in police departments.

Genres
Documentary
Director
Stephen T. Maing
Starring
Manuel 'Manny' Gomez, Edwin Raymond, Rukia Lumumba, Sandy Gonzales

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Product details

Genres Documentary
Director Stephen T. Maing
Stars Manuel 'Manny' Gomez, Edwin Raymond, Rukia Lumumba, Sandy Gonzales
Country USA
Also Known As 罪与罚, Zbrodnia + kara
Runtime 1 h 52 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 group of brave NYPD officers risk it all to expose the truth about illegal quota practices in police departments.

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Thursday, 24 Sep 2020 09:35

I guess you can say that The Invention of Lying was the first Documentary about the Latin American drug war that made it to the Oscars. I'm not going to even pretend I've seen that movie. I've heard the story before and had my own opinions, but seeing this documentary definitely made me think. It makes you think about what you have learned about the drug war, and how its history and what happens to some people affects them, but the human element that makes you feel the pain is the real power of the film. The documentary was made for the awards. I loved the actors, the subjects, the scenes, and even the music. If you have seen documentaries before, you have seen these. If you haven't, you have to see it. I wish this documentary had been a "big hit". It made me want to think about the drug war and what is happening in Latin America and in the world in general. I would have liked to have seen more interviews with people who knew more than me, but then again, there's always more to learn. The people that told me all the stories and gave their opinion on the subject matter gave me a lot more insight into the subject. The film was made for the Academy Awards, but you know what, I don't think it was the best film for the Oscars. As I stated before, I know it didn't win, but I also know that in the end, the film was not the best documentary. I would have preferred to see a film about the causes and effects of the drug war, but there's always more to learn. If you haven't seen The Invention of Lying, I would highly recommend it.
Friday, 26 Jun 2020 02:27

I saw this film at the 2003 Berlin Film Festival. It was a great and heartwarming story about two young teenagers. The movie tells the story of the conflicts between the two young lovers. The director has a good story and the two teenagers are so charming. I think the most interesting part is the interaction between the two boys, and it is always fascinating. The two girls are also pretty, and even their mother does a good job at showing her disapproval. I also enjoyed the scenes where the father is speaking with the boy. I wish there were more like this in the movies. I think that the three points are important. The first point is the most important: There is violence. The boy and the girl have many fights. The first fight was a good example of how much violence is acceptable in a movie. The second point is the first point: No sex. This point is also important, as I am an advocate of the gay rights. But there is a lot of sexual behavior in this movie, and I thought it would be interesting to show that it is normal. But the two main characters didn't have sex and it wasn't sexual. But the two main actors were very good. I can't really explain how much I enjoyed the movie. I liked it very much. I hope that the director will make a movie that can be more emotional and at the same time more important. He should work on making a great movie, that is a bit better and more emotional. I also liked the director's style. I found the movie very interesting and refreshing. I would like to see a movie like this in the future. Maybe in the future, there will be movies like this, that deal with problems of the world, problems that are not very human and that are not dealt with at all. I would like to see more movies like this, that show the whole world and its problems. Thanks for reading.
Thursday, 30 Apr 2020 23:50

Not many people have heard of the Judeo-Christian god, except in the context of the gospels, which are the earliest sources of the Christian faith. Even the world's most famous and revered monotheist, Jesus Christ, is never mentioned in the gospels. What's more, it was only after the birth of Christ that Christians began to question the origins of their faith and to try to establish the existence of a god. The birth of Christ is often credited with bringing the concept of the Trinity into focus. The fact that this story has been considered the most sacred of all the gospels is no coincidence. In the first century, one of the earliest witnesses of Christianity was St. Paul of Tarsus (also known as Paul of Tarsus), a Roman citizen who came to Jerusalem with the aim of founding a Christian church. The city was founded by Paul's disciple, St. Peter, who claimed to have received an answer to his question about Christ's divinity in the cave in the area around the temple. Peter's teacher, Jesus Christ, was believed to have been born some time after Paul's arrival, and the claim of Jesus' divinity was central to the Christian faith. The question of Jesus' divinity became the focus of Paul's long-term quest to establish a church in Jerusalem. The Apostle Paul believed that Jesus Christ had been born in Bethlehem in Judea, but Paul himself was unsure as to the precise date. This uncertainty ended when, around A.D. 30, he traveled to Judea in order to investigate the possibility of Jesus being a descendant of Abraham. The Apostle Paul wrote a letter to the city of Jerusalem which he later described as "a call to repentance". Paul's conviction that Jesus was a descendant of Abraham was reinforced by the birth of the first Christian Jesus Christ in the city of Jerusalem. "The man who said that he was the Christ was not the Christ, but the Son of God". When he was a young man, Paul was a very religious man. He believed in the doctrine of the Trinity, as did the other early Christians. However, as the story unfolds, he becomes increasingly doubt about the existence of the Son of God. To be sure, there is no question that Jesus Christ was a man. However, he was not exactly a man, because he had been born and died as a man. His birth and death were attributed to his mother Mary. It was her conception that caused the Lord's resurrection from the dead. At this point, the argument of the Apostles became more and more strong. At this point in the story, the Apostle Paul was convinced that Jesus Christ was the son of God. When asked about the Lord's resurrection, Paul replied: "We have seen the Lord" (Acts 1:7). He believed that the Lord Jesus had risen from the dead, and he claimed that "this is my own testimony, and the word of the Lord" (Acts 1:8). Paul believed that the Resurrection of Jesus Christ was an act of God's will. This belief of his was further strengthened by the fact that the Apostles and the members of the Roman clergy believed that the Lord had raised Jesus Christ from the dead, and that this was God's will. At this point, the Apostle Paul became a disciple of Jesus Christ. He believed that Jesus was God, and that he was the son of God, but he did not accept Jesus as the son of God. In other words, Jesus was not the son of God. This belief of the Apostles and the Roman clergy became a strong drive to the early Christian churches. Paul died before he could have his testimony to the Roman authorities or his testimony to the Apostles be accepted. The next major source of the faith of the early Christians was the Gospel of John, written sometime in the first century. The Gospel of John tells the story of Jesus Christ. It begins with the execution of King Herod. The story starts in Galilee and moves to Jerusalem, where Jesus Christ is crucified. When Jesus is resurrected, he gives his disciples the authority to go and preach the gospel to the Jews. From that time on, the Apostles and the Roman authorities became friends. But that friendship did not last long. Soon after the birth of Jesus Christ, the Roman authorities made their decision that the Jewish authorities should have no power over the churches of the Christians. At this point, the disciples of Jesus Christ were no longer the disciples of Jesus Christ. The apostles now became servants of the Roman authorities. For this reason, the Apostle Paul began to doubt the existence of the Son of God, and his belief in the Messiah was seriously damaged. Because of Paul's doubt, he became one of the most famous and prominent of all the gospels. And the Apostle Paul was
Wednesday, 29 Apr 2020 12:42

On the eve of World War II, the German philosopher Erich Fromm argued that if one of the worlds' greatest thinkers could be reduced to an interview, it would be the English author J.G. Ballard. At the time, Ballard was serving time for 'malicious libel' for publishing a collection of essays that some readers saw as anti-Semitic. In an interview with the filmmakers, Ballard said he never really understood Fromm's argument, and suggested that the "philosophers" in his book (and those who think they are talking about them) may not actually know what they are talking about. This was just before the film's release. It's clear from the footage that the film makers got the full picture, and were determined to get it right. There is no mention of Ballard's book being anti-Semitic. He is merely making an observation that shows how much his opponents have misunderstood him. He's more interested in the 'narrative' of the book than what he thinks of it. The most glaring example is the discussion of the Nazis, who Ballard sees as a man of evil intent. What he has here is a kind of 'anti-Nazi' theory that would have been laughed at and rejected by most people in the 'realist' tradition. In one of the interviews, he gets the feeling that the film makers had this idea but didn't quite have the courage to go with it. He says that the film makers never told him what they were going to do with it, so he was left to infer it himself. To some extent this is true. The film makers don't talk about what they are going to do. In the end, they seem to have only said that they were going to do it. The footage is not even particularly remarkable, but it does offer a kind of documentary style that some of the other ones are not. It is a clever and well made film that explores some very deep questions about human nature, and human relationships. It is definitely a recommended film, and a film that would be very hard to forget.


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