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(281) 6.9 87 min 2019

Recorder: The Marion Stokes Project is a movie starring Michael Metelits and Marion Stokes. For over 30 years, Marion Stokes obsessively and privately recorded American television news 24 hours a day filling 70,000 VHS tapes,...

Starring
Michael Metelits, Marion Stokes
Genres
Documentary
Director
Matt Wolf

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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 Matt Wolf
Stars Michael Metelits, Marion Stokes
Country USA
Also Known As The Marion Stokes Project
Runtime 1H 27M
Description For over 30 years, Marion Stokes obsessively and privately recorded American television news 24 hours a day filling 70,000 VHS tapes, capturing wars, talk shows and commercials that show us how television shaped the world of today.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 15 Jul 2020 22:09

This documentary about the pioneering work of Marion Stokes is a must for anyone who has a love for photography. It's a fascinating look into the life of one of the most interesting women in American history. In addition to this documentary, the National Film Registry chose this film as one of the five most important films in history. I have to admit, I'm a big fan of the work of this woman and I've been a fan of Marion's work since I was a child. But I'd never heard of her until this documentary. And I must say, it was pretty interesting. I think that it was a very interesting and interesting look into a woman who did a lot of great things. The thing I really liked about this documentary is that it kept me very interested, I mean, how could you not be interested in a woman who went through so much that the people who loved her couldn't see. I just found it interesting that this woman was a painter and that she was able to create these masterpieces. She also did a lot of work with children. It was really fascinating that she did all these different kinds of work. I also really liked the fact that it was kind of a look at what life was like in those days. The photographer had to deal with the social problems that were facing the society in the times. And the documentary also showed how much the photographers were in control of their work and their personal life. It's a really interesting look into the world of photography and I think it's a really interesting documentary.
Wednesday, 15 Jul 2020 16:12

I don't know how many times I've heard people say they don't watch documentaries. Well, if you're a skeptic, don't listen to that. If you're not a skeptic, watch the documentary and learn what the people on the front lines actually do and what they say. You can see the conflict in their eyes. The effect that their voices have on people. In a word, it's fascinating. The documentary is fascinating. And it's quite upsetting to watch the people. The narrative of this documentary is a little more real than most. A lot of the narration is done by the reporter. We don't see a lot of the people, but the video is clear enough to follow. We can see how they're all struggling. We can see that they're all a little insane. We can see how they want to survive and what they're willing to do to survive. I found the narration quite interesting. It doesn't seem to me that they're really narrating this from the perspective of a person, but I don't know if they're telling us from their own experience. But it's interesting, because we know that the camera is rolling. So it's the way that it was during the war. So, I found the narration interesting. We see the people as if they were people on the front lines, and we don't see them as human beings. We see them as robots, as to be controlled. We see them as robots. And that's really interesting, because if they were real humans, we wouldn't see them as robots, but as people. We would see them as people. The movie is a bit different from the book, but not really. It's a little more dramatic and has a little more of an emotional aspect to it. It's about a lot more than just the war in Iraq. It's also about the effects of war on the people who are actually involved. It's not about the war itself, but about the effects of the war on the people. We see that in a lot of ways, because the people are living in Iraq, and the effects of the war on them are really visible. And there are a lot of them. So, this is a documentary, but it's also about the war itself. I recommend it highly. It's a bit different from most documentaries, and it's not really about the war itself, but about the effects of war on the people who are really involved in it. This is a great movie.
Saturday, 27 Jun 2020 22:13

I saw this documentary in the U.K. as part of the Women In Film Festival and was pleased to see that it was also shown in the U.S. Although I knew that this documentary was actually directed by the late John Cassavetes, I didn't know that it was a collaboration between the two. I had a feeling that I had seen a documentary before, but I was right. This film, directed by Nick Broomfield, who is also the screenwriter and director, is an account of the life of Marion Stokes, the famous pianist who was only twenty-four years old when she died in a car accident in 1965. She was a brilliant pianist and a beautiful person, but also a loving mother and a person of passion and faith. This film covers her early life in New York City and her career as a pianist. I loved the interviews with many of her admirers and her family, as well as her friends and colleagues, including her pianist son-in-law, who played with her and was a key player in her success. He says that his mother's music never left him, and he describes her as a mother figure, who took his mother and the others who loved her with her to places they had never been before. She was very much an American icon and she was widely known and admired, both by people who knew her and by people who had never met her. It was also important for the film to be told from the point of view of a man. We know that she died a year after her son and husband died, but the director is showing the man as someone who knew her from before she became famous. This man describes how she was a very private person, never talking to anyone in detail. He also describes how her mother wanted her to write a book about her life, but she never wrote anything about her life. She was a very private person, and it was this private nature of her that made her an icon, and it was her actions that brought her to this status. It is interesting to see how she managed to find the time and the resources to write and perform her songs. The film is very well made and beautifully shot, and it is informative and interesting. It is hard to believe that the circumstances in which she died are still very much in the news today. She had an extremely strong faith and her death had a great impact on her friends and colleagues. I think that people should see this film as a means of understanding the life and death of a woman that is very well known, but who also had a strong sense of faith and passion.
Saturday, 09 May 2020 12:37

For a film that was made before the internet age, it still is fascinating and very thought-provoking. The facts are the same as they were then, with the internet as a tool to spread rumors and false information. But it still does a good job of highlighting a time when a journalist's job was more important than anything else. Just as in our own times, the role of the media is the one that is most dangerous, and the fact that many people actually believe what they read and watch is a very scary thing. Still, the film does an excellent job at reminding us how the internet is a tool, not a tool for propaganda. It's not a tool to spread lies, but it's a tool to spread information. As an exercise in investigative journalism, it is very well done. The "news" that they report is based on facts that are publicly available. They make sure that they make sure that they get the most up-to-date information possible. The problem is that there is so much misinformation that it's hard to get the most up-to-date information. For example, some people say that the story is about a pedophile, when in fact it's about a professor who wants to destroy a group of people because he thinks that they are corrupt. This is an example of a false rumor that is spread to discredit a group of people. It would have been a lot easier to understand if they would have been more specific about the group of people they were talking about. I also felt that the documentary did a very good job of showing us a very "typical" "big-shot" journalist, who is still in the news business, but is not being as honest and objective as he would like to be. This is something that I've seen happen time and time again, and it's really disappointing to see a film about a subject as interesting as this one, and yet they focus on the wrong side of the story. Also, some of the stories and situations portrayed in this film are very similar to those I have seen in the news, but in a much more accurate way. Overall, I was very impressed by the film. It does an excellent job of explaining a very important and challenging topic to people, and it's definitely worth seeing.


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