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(250) 8.1 102 min 2017

Bending the Arc is a movie starring Paul Farmer, Ophelia Dahl, and Jim Yong Kim. The extraordinary doctors and activists whose work 30 years ago to save lives in a rural Haitian village grew into a global battle in the halls of...

Jaime Bayona, Ophelia Dahl, Paul Farmer, Jim Yong Kim
Pedro Kos, Kief Davidson

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Pedro Kos, Kief Davidson
Writer Cori Shepherd Stern
Stars Jaime Bayona, Ophelia Dahl, Paul Farmer, Jim Yong Kim
Country USA
Runtime 1H 42M
Description The epic story of the global health movement is seen through the intimate narrative of Dr. Paul Farmer, Dr. Jim Yong Kim, and other courageous doctors and patients who led the fight, against seemingly insurmountable obstacles, to bring medical care to the poorest people and most neglected regions around the world.

Top reviews

Thursday, 09 Apr 2020 16:01

It's sad to see a film like "Bad Ass" made with such an unrealistic tone and tone setters. That being said, this is a very good film. It has its ups and downs, but it never takes itself too seriously. It's a very sweet film that you can watch over and over again. The acting is superb, the cinematography is great, and the production values are fantastic. It's no wonder this film has won several awards, and in some ways, "Bad Ass" really does reflect the work that the actors have done in the film. I can see why this film was nominated for Best Picture, and that it was the best film of 2000. I have the feeling that it's going to win the Academy Award for Best Editing, Best Original Score, and Best Picture. I believe that "Bad Ass" should be recognized for its originality, as well as for the great acting. I think that the Academy should have given this film the Best Picture award, but, sadly, "Bad Ass" isn't given the best picture award. It should have gotten Best Editing, Best Original Score, and Best Cinematography, but it wasn't. Don't let the negatives and flaws get to you. If you have a choice between "Bad Ass" and "The Lord of the Rings: Return of the King", choose "Bad Ass" over "The Lord of the Rings." This film is very underrated, and I am glad that "Bad Ass" is getting such a good reception. I think that a lot of people didn't like it because they thought that it was a ridiculous film. I think that that's why it's getting so much attention. The film is great, and it's one of the best films of 2000. I would recommend that everyone see "Bad Ass," especially if you're a fan of film. A film like "Bad Ass" is a film that you should definitely watch. It's a film that will be remembered by film fans. "Bad Ass" is a film that will be remembered for many years to come, and I think that's a good thing.
Tuesday, 07 Apr 2020 11:17

I watched this documentary the other night. I've been following this story for a while, and was looking for a good resource to watch to get a better understanding of what happened. "Bending the Arc" was exactly what I was looking for. It was a "crap" film, with a very bias and very politicized approach, which showed no mercy to the military. The fact that the director was a military man was apparent from the very beginning of the film, when he attacked the reputation of his main source, the man who allegedly witnessed the first known use of a nuclear weapon in history. The director never examined the facts or facts surrounding that alleged use. He had the man be shot down with an RPG and blown to pieces with a cluster bomb. The film did not even show the sort of agony that victims of the Soviet "priest" were going through. The documentary ended on a high note when a Russian colonel was interviewed, thanking the filmmaker for taking the time to watch the film. This man actually had the courage to tell the director that he hated the film. This is what documentaries should be, a propaganda tool to spread propaganda. But even so, the documentaries and documentaries documentaries were presented as factual by the people in power. The documentaries themselves were mostly edited by Alex Gibney. This is a very good documentary, with a very good point of view. You get to see the actual events in this film and hear the actual voices of those who actually witnessed these events. But it is no documentary, it is a propaganda piece to spread propaganda. This is a very well made documentary and is a must watch for all who are interested in this important story. But if you like the propaganda film "Fahrenheit 9/11", and you liked "The New York Times", you'll probably like this documentary as well.
Thursday, 02 Apr 2020 13:59

I recently saw this film at a film festival and loved it. The only problem I had with it was a few plot holes but it is still a great film. The film follows Sara, a teenager who is taking a final exam to enter her first college. She's an intellectual and an artist but she's also a bullied little girl. She can't stand how everyone treats her and she can't help but be the victim of bullying. Her parents are too busy with their busy jobs and their demanding and rude behavior so when she needs to vent she can't because they're busy with their jobs. This also causes her to be more quiet. She has always been a little sensitive but when she tries to act or be expressive she gets very angry. Her best friend is an English teacher who is very understanding and understanding her, but when they are at a party she turns violent, overreacts, and hits her friend. She doesn't like it when people say she's stupid, she believes everyone thinks she's stupid. It's hard to watch and she feels bad for the people who treat her bad, but she can't help herself. The film is very honest and true to what it is about. It shows her and her friends suffering and hurting but also showing her the harsh truth of the world. It shows how they can't do anything about it. It also shows her what people think of her but then at the same time they are like what? Is she stupid? Can she learn from this? What can she do to fix her life. I would highly recommend this film to anyone who wants to know more about bullying, how she reacts and how society can be so cruel.
Wednesday, 01 Apr 2020 16:46

This is a great and insightful documentary about the West Wing, which is the first White House since the Watergate scandal that was never investigated by the U.S. Senate. The American public never got to know who was behind the Watergate scandal. West Wing is in my opinion the best White House of the modern era, and this is a great example of what to do when a president is facing a crisis. It's exciting to see a White House where the men come together and work together, rather than having the president coming up with a bunch of "I want you to do this" inane orders. The White House is set up so that everyone has their own place, like a team. The president has a small office, a lot of power and not much time to relax. The president is not even allowed to have a private life or a romantic partner, since the power is in the Oval Office. The president is not allowed to sleep in his own bed, since the presidential residence has a bed for every seat in the large, dark room. The president has to work alone, in his own office. Even when he goes out for walks, he walks alone. The president has to go to the Oval Office to sign executive orders, and no one else is allowed to have any sort of authority. This White House is a very effective tool of the president. When he is working in the Oval Office, he has so much power that he can do anything that he wants. The President is in the White House to make the right decision, to make a difference in the lives of people and to make a difference in the lives of the country. However, the President does not have to sit behind a desk, since he is given such a large desk that he can work from anywhere he wants, and he can work anywhere he wants. The president has the authority to sign anything he wants, and do whatever he wants without anyone questioning him. The president has very little contact with the press. There are a few TV cameras in the Oval Office, and in the White House itself, but the media has only a few minutes a day in the White House. The media members have very little say in the White House, since the press secretary and the President make their decisions on everything. The press secretary has a few minutes a day to brief the President on the latest developments in the world, and also a few minutes to read some newspapers, and a few minutes to talk to the press. They are not allowed to ask the President questions. In fact,
Tuesday, 31 Mar 2020 22:51

What does it take to bend the arc? How can a person to whom normal lives are beyond his reach, to which he must always be alert and aware, to whom that change of heart, can be the basis of his new life. Is it possible to change your life and achieve happiness? Yes, but it can only be done by doing something which actually changes your life. I have met many people who have experienced and sometimes changed their lives for the better and at the same time have felt helpless and lost. They came to know what it really means to be happy and having the need of change but what they did not knew is that change of heart, is necessary to achieve it. That's why the movie is very important. The movie is about the transformations in the lives of those who changed their lives for the better and who were born and raised in the Eastern Europe. The movie shows the social and economic changes and the legal and political changes which we as a whole have not seen in this period. It shows the role of psychology and the development of thinking, values and behavior, which are essential to be happy and to live life to the full. The movie is a must see for all people. The director did a great job, there are many pictures in this movie which will make your day, will make you think about what you are doing in your life and will make you feel happy. You can be a hero or a victim of changes in your life and you will always need to remember to love and to give and not to take. It's the only way to live. Thanks to all the people who did this movie!
Wednesday, 25 Mar 2020 05:46

This is a good documentary about one of the top children psychics in the U.S. today, Phillip Jenney. Phillip is a fully educated licensed psychotherapist who has had some more than one decade of professional practice. Phillip has been in the field of psychics for more than 30 years, and has worked with thousands of clients. Phillip is very knowledgeable on his subject matter, and has developed the practice of psychics to a degree that makes it acceptable to his clients. He has a very strong trust in his clients. He is very focused on making sure that clients are adequately informed on their health condition, what is happening to them, and how they can get back on their feet and move on. He has a lot of good, quality advice for them in his seminars. He is a highly respected and sought after speaker, and he gives it without the commercial aspect. He makes himself available to his clients, and doesn't hold back when he gives his advice. If you are interested in how to cope with the loss of a loved one and are considering suicide, then this documentary is for you. It will give you some good ideas and help you think about how to deal with the loss of a loved one. Phillip is available to help you in a very private and private way, and he has to be approached privately. Many people who work with psychics turn into very depressed and want to give up, but Phillip simply explains his ideas, and then calmly asks them to do it themselves. There are some answers in this film for those who have come to this website asking about suicide, but as always it is up to each individual to decide what to do with the information in their own way. This movie is well worth viewing.

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