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(180) 6.5 97 min 2016

A Whale of a Tale is a movie starring Jay Alabaster, Atsushi Nakahira, and Rick Oliver. The camera delves into the lives of local whalers, global activists and an American journalist in the "whale and dolphin killing town" of Taiji,...

Starring
Jay Alabaster, Rick Oliver, Atsuko Sakuma, Atsushi Nakahira
Genres
Documentary
Director
Megumi Sasaki

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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 Megumi Sasaki
Stars Jay Alabaster, Rick Oliver, Atsuko Sakuma, Atsushi Nakahira
Country USA, Japan
Also Known As おクジラさま ふたつの正義の物語
Runtime 1H 37M
Description The camera delves into the lives of local whalers, global activists and an American journalist in the "whale and dolphin killing town" of Taiji, Japan, revealing not everything is as black and white as it seems.

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Saturday, 04 Apr 2020 03:47

A Whale of a Tale is a documentary about the violent, drug-related and destructive history of Hawaii. It was directed by Wes Anderson, and it is the second film in his cinematic trilogy of films about Hawaii, following the critically acclaimed Bottle Rocket (2012). The film is a combination of interviews, stills, and footage. The narration is by the director himself. The interviews are from various individuals, but mostly from the island of Kauai. One interviewee is Anthony Hargrove, who was a professional surfing and sailing instructor, and also played on the reality show Hawaii: The Island. The film is mainly about the way Hawaii was treated by the rest of the world, and the way it was treated by the people who lived on the island. The film shows the destruction of the beautiful island, and the way it was treated by the people who lived on it. It was a way of life for the people of Kauai, and it was a way of life for the people of Hawaii. The film shows how the people of Kauai treated the rest of the world, and how the people of Hawaii treated the people of Kauai. The film has several documentaries. The first documentary is the documentary called The Making of an Island, which is narrated by Hargrove himself. The second documentary is The Story of Kauai, which is narrated by Brian J. Ross. The third documentary is called Blowfish, narrated by Russell Brand. It is narrated by the director himself. The second documentary is a short called Aloha, narrated by Jennifer Garner. The third documentary is called The Gold Rush, narrated by Thomas Haden Church. The fourth documentary is called The Voyage, narrated by Peter O'Toole. The fifth documentary is called The End, narrated by Thea Sharrock. The sixth documentary is called This is a Story of Hawaii, narrated by Brad Pitt. The seventh documentary is called The Tale of Two Girls, narrated by Lucy Punch. The film is a beautiful, fascinating and unforgettable documentary. It has some really great and interesting interviews, and it also has some really amazing footage, but it's all about the destruction of the beautiful island. This is a great film.
Friday, 27 Mar 2020 10:37

An extremely rare opportunity to view a life of one of the greatest and most controversial authors of all time. "Swimming with Sharks" was directed by Jan De Bont, who is also the screenwriter of the film. "Swimming with Sharks" is one of the most visually stunning films of the year, and it is an achievement in itself that it was shot entirely on location in Kinshasa, the capital of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and has been shot entirely in one location. "Swimming with Sharks" tells the story of Swami Sri Sri Radhakrishnan, a highly successful businessman who is a former Indian Mujahideen (terrorist group), and is currently on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land of Palestine. One of the main goals of his trip is to see the Holy Land, but he has to come to an impasse in his way of traveling. He is to meet a Palestinian woman named Salmaan, and he needs to pay her a visit, but before he can meet her, he is kidnapped by the Israeli army. "Swimming with Sharks" is a very interesting film, and I recommend it highly. The film is very well made, and the documentary style of the film is very powerful, but it is also very disturbing at times. I would not recommend this film to those who are easily shocked. "Swimming with Sharks" is a powerful film that will make you think about the situation in the Middle East. However, if you are easily scared, I would not recommend this film to you. If you are an avid film critic, this film is a must see, and it is extremely well done. I highly recommend "Swimming with Sharks", and I am confident that you will enjoy it.
Thursday, 19 Mar 2020 01:00

From the director of The Danish Girl, Black Book, The London Heist, and The Brother's Keeper, To this movie, we have a look at the life of Oscar Wilde, one of the most famous writers in Europe, in the early 20th century. It's a biography, an account of his life and a portrait of his works, what he wrote, who he was and what he was thinking. We see a lot of detail about his intellectual activities and personal life. It's fascinating, because it shows how people did not only admire him, but also try to outdo him, by challenging him. We see all the details that went into the creation of his works, and a great deal of the behind the scenes, including the conversation between him and his friend and sometime collaborator Georges Clemenceau. There are many other scenes in the film that are interesting, such as a famous moment when he walks down the street and a group of men stop him. Wilde says to them, "You're too old for this kind of nonsense." They respond, "No, we're too young for this kind of nonsense." And then the man who says that is Carl Sandburg. I'm not sure whether it's because of his gender or something, but he's really the main character in this movie. He's an actor who is well known and has a long career. It's fascinating to see him, his life, his work, and his relationship with Clemenceau, who he had a long relationship with. It's interesting to see him try to beat Wilde. There are many good scenes in the movie, such as when he talks about his wife and how he's so poor that he can't afford to pay for his room, and that his wife wasn't fond of his ideas. He also talks about his sexual relationships. It's interesting to see how they had a lot of sex. It was a very honest relationship, and they had to be willing to have sex in front of people who were uncomfortable with that. It's also interesting to see how he gets upset when he learns that Clemenceau is a man who is attracted to women. They get into a battle of wills, and Wilde is clearly not a man who would be happy with such a woman. There are a few moments in the movie where it's pretty clear that he's a man who is not comfortable with sex, but it's also clear that he doesn't have a problem with sexuality. He's happy to have sex with a woman, but he's not very comfortable with other men. He does seem to have some form of a problem with women, because of the nature of his work. But he's also not a womanizer. He's not someone who is in the business for sex. He's just very comfortable with sex, and the part that he does have a problem with is women


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