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(190) 6.4 74 min 2018

The Times of Bill Cunningham is a movie starring Bill Cunningham and Sarah Jessica Parker. A new feature film documentary about legendary NYTimes photographer Bill Cunningham.

Sarah Jessica Parker, Bill Cunningham
Mark Bozek

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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 Mark Bozek
Writer Mark Bozek
Stars Sarah Jessica Parker, Bill Cunningham
Country USA
Also Known As The Times of Bill
Runtime 1H 14M
Description A new feature film documentary about legendary NYTimes photographer Bill Cunningham.

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Saturday, 04 Apr 2020 23:40

The Times of Bill Cunningham is a documentary about the rise and fall of a "War on Drugs" movement and its often-unforgettable victims. It was written by filmmaker and editor of "Reefer Madness" author Robert Redford and featured interviews with Paul Abrams, Dylan Avery, Sara Vowell, Jay-Z, Steve Biko, and a number of other celebrities who have endorsed the movement. The film begins with an interview with Bill Cunningham, a Nobel Prize-winning author and world-renowned, bestselling author. He starts off by saying that he never smokes pot or drinks alcohol in his life. The documentary jumps into Cunningham's life as he was about to publish his second book, "Obedience to the Law" (1984), but got killed by a drug-dealer. This book was then put on the back burner because the government, after realizing the book was being written about a subject that the government was interested in suppressing, banned the book from publication. At this point, Cunningham becomes a key player in the whole drug war movement. As Cunningham says, he has never been "in the business" and was always against the drug war. He was willing to say anything to the government and say what he believed, even if it meant sacrificing his own personal safety. One of the things Cunningham was willing to do was to be quoted out of context, as he was quoted as saying that the government was actually trying to "cleanse" the American people. He felt that "the government should have a job of killing people" and that people were just being killed because they were "crazy". But that's not what he meant. He meant that the government is actually trying to stop people from having sex, and "should have a job of cleaningse the American people". In other words, he was trying to make the government out to be something it was not. So if the government was trying to cleanse the country, then how come it was so incredibly violent? Because of its war on drugs? The government should be removing people from the streets, but it's doing just the opposite? The documentary then takes on the leaders of the "War on Drugs" movement. It shows a few examples of the effects the movement has had, and a few examples of the casualties it's caused. We also see that some of the people who came into the movement weren't even born when it started. They were either born with the mindset of the movement, or were influenced by the movement. They were members of the movement, but didn't realize it. The documentary then takes a look at the people who were the "leaders" of the movement. They are mostly writers who were working for "Reefer Madness" when they wrote their books, or were co-authors. They show us the major contributors to the movement, and some of the people who helped build the movement. Most of the people who were in the movement were making more money than they could ever use, so they decided to take their message to the world, where they were more likely to get the attention they wanted. One of the most interesting things about the movement is that it was not very well known until the late 1980s. Most people didn't know what the movement was, or how much money it made. Even the Movement itself, and the people who were in it, had no idea what it was about. They weren't even aware that there was a movement, until the word spread of the movement. When the movement began, it was a movement that had been a success. They had started the biggest anti-drug movement in history. But by the mid-1980s, it had started losing momentum. It was as though the movement was out of control and was losing its momentum. And when it started to lose momentum, it was more and more people wanting to join the movement. Some people went to prison for using marijuana, but they were still protesting the movement. Eventually, the movement lost its momentum and lost
Saturday, 04 Apr 2020 01:03

I've never seen Bill Cunningham before. When I saw it was a biography, I just couldn't wait to see it. I watched it, and it was an amazing film. I think the most powerful part of this film is that it shows the life of Bill Cunningham and how he survived as a journalist and then became a hit-man. He worked for a newspaper in London, which in those days was very hard and dangerous. His killing as a journalist was done by being under the influence of alcohol and his own violence. The film also shows his relationship with his wife. It was interesting how he had a bond with her, even when they were a married couple. He was a very romantic man, and she was the same. He also had a good relationship with his brother. He would stay in touch with him all the time. That was how he lived. His death was the reason he became a hit-man, but it was also the reason that he became a reporter. He became a journalist because his wife was pregnant, so he got a lot of money from it. That is what made him become a journalist. He also had an alcoholic father, and he was very close with him. I think that it is very important to know about this life of a journalist. I think that the only thing that is still important about that is his death. It is so important to learn from that. You can see what he did, but you can also see the reality. I was very surprised that he was able to become a hit-man so quickly. I think that he was able to be able to do what he did because he could afford to, and that was his only good job. There are many other things about his life that I would like to tell you about, but I won't spoil your experience. It's really a powerful film.
Tuesday, 31 Mar 2020 11:18

One of the most compelling stories of the 20th century is shown here, on DVD. It's a story about a Catholic priest who went to America in search of answers, and found none. He was recruited to be a priest by a pair of nuns in the American nuns' convent in New York, but soon grew disillusioned with their ways. He read about "pious" sexual conduct in their writings, and went to India to study their doctrines. He came away unimpressed. At the time he was a priest, he was pretty much shunned by the Catholic hierarchy, who thought he was in danger of losing his position, even though he was not the person they wanted their priest to be. So he finally found a mentor who believed in the importance of spiritual purity and celibacy, a group of religious people who were part of a group called the Cistercian order. The other members of this group, known as the "ministerial class" in the film, were disillusioned by the priest's methods. Eventually, this group, made up of men who lived a celibate lifestyle, became so angered by what they saw as the hypocrisy and impiety of the religious practices of the order that they revolted against the nuns, leading to the breakdown of the order. The group of priests went on to form the Moral Order of Priests, who believed that the church had too much power and control over the lives of those who lived a celibate lifestyle. They formed an alternative to the monks who had an obligation to the church. It is hard to understand the fervor and zeal of the priests who gave up their vows of chastity for the ministry. But they were committed to the ways of the faith, and many of them continued their religious life long after the order was disbanded. And they changed lives and the world. The clergy's reaction to this film is one of great outrage, not because of the scandalous behavior of the priests, but because of the hypocrisy and immorality of the religious practices that they had abandoned. They had become priests for the wrong reasons, and now they had to renounce that faith in order to save their souls. It is an incredible story, and it deserves a film that really depicts the way that priests in the 19th century had to deal with their teachings. I recommend this film highly, but make sure that you understand the stories behind the scenes, and that you also understand what happens in the film, because there are some things you won't learn from this film, and other things you will learn.
Sunday, 29 Mar 2020 23:01

Like so many others, I was a little apprehensive about having a film with such a topic on my hands. While I realize that my role as a child in these circumstances will not be exactly like a child, I also recognize that my own view of this matter is somewhat skewed. In this case, the question of how and why and for whom the child was adopted was never broached or even addressed. I had been raised with the same circumstances, and yet I'm still the same person. The movie did not deal with the adopted child, so I was somewhat surprised that it was able to give the child's view of his parents. I think that had the father not been alive when the child was adopted, he would have not only been sympathetic but very upset that his wife would have changed her mind and took the child back. I think it was more of a curse than a blessing that the mother did not love her child as much as she had loved him. I think that had the mother remained as involved with her children as she had been in her own marriage, the child would have been just as happy as he was. He might even have been the happy parent that this film was trying to show. In this sense, I do not think the parents' affair was so tragic in and of itself as to justify any public scandal. It could be read in other ways, like some sort of loss of parental control. I think, though, that it was a tragedy, but not in that way that was meant to be a condemnation of either parent. There is no lack of sympathy, however, in the film for the parents. I think that is because the film, with its more realistic approach, allowed the parents to be the heroes in their own lives, and also because the film shows them as more than the greedy people that they were made out to be by the public. In fact, the movie does not necessarily blame the parents for any of their actions. It just shows them as people who were doing their jobs and had done them well. I think that's a very important theme in the film, which I think the public has not been exposed to. I think the public will take the movie as a simple and realistic picture of the human condition, and I hope that more people will see this movie.
Saturday, 21 Mar 2020 13:51

.a lot of soul searching and a very well done documentary, because of the many facts not mentioned in the headline of the film. The history of the Chittenden area, Vermont, is a matter of study. The development of the 1878 miners strike was always complicated. Even before the change in history, the facts were mixed. However, this is a great documentary, and it has a lot of information to offer. For example, there was a lot of talk about the free black workers. But they were all still in the southern states. How many of them actually escaped to join the black workers? How many did join in the north? The best example of a free black worker was Ida Mae Jackson, an eight-year-old girl who worked at a mill in Poughkeepsie, New York, in the 1920s. She left in 1922, never to return. No one knows where she is now, or why she never returned to work at the mill, though there are accounts of her surviving as a runaway in the 1940s. No one knows much about the free black miners, either. But there is a lot of material in the film to help us understand that they were not all white. To make things easier, the film does not deal with the struggle of the black workers, which is more important. This is a good documentary for those who want to know more about the history of the miners strike, but those who have not studied the story will still enjoy it. The best part of the documentary is that it explains the background and genesis of the events and what is happening now. In some parts, this is very obvious, but the film is very effective at making it look as if we have not studied the story. It is a great documentary and you will want to see it again.

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