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Watch For Ahkeem

(268) 6.5 90 min 2017

For Ahkeem is a movie starring Daje Shelton. A junior high school student sees her chances of a better future jeopardized after she gets in a fight and is expelled.

Starring
Daje Shelton
Genres
Documentary
Director
Landon Van Soest, Jeremy S. Levine

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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 Landon Van Soest, Jeremy S. Levine
Writer Anne Seidlitz
Stars Daje Shelton
Country USA
Also Known As Dla Ahkeema
Runtime 1H 30M
Description A junior high school student sees her chances of a better future jeopardized after she gets in a fight and is expelled.

Top reviews

Sunday, 31 May 2020 07:09

If you enjoy the art of photography and the photography of its subjects, this is a great documentary. As a history teacher, I believe this movie is very important because it teaches the history of the photography of Vietnam. Because of the need of the Vietnam war and the fear of the bombings, it was crucial that photographers were to go there, that they captured the way of life and the people. But the war was started in the time of Hitler, Stalin and Franco, and they didn't have the technology to take pictures. Also, the years after the war was very dangerous for photographers, and many lost their lives. This film is very important to the history of photography because it shows what happened to the people that were going to Vietnam. It also shows the way the photographers were doing their jobs, but it doesn't show everything that happened. This film is very well made. And I believe that this is the first documentary film in which the photographer is a person that was killed. We have the story of how photographers were shot and killed. And we also see the life of the people who were going to Vietnam and what happened to them. I think that this is a very important documentary and I would recommend this to everyone. I really recommend this film to everyone because this is one of the best documentaries I've seen. The music of this film is really good and the music also tells the story of the photographer, the people who were going to Vietnam, and the people who were not going to Vietnam. It also shows the people who were working for the war, like the photographer, the photographer's wife and his children, and the photographer's parents. And there is a very important song, "Vietnam" by the Jimi Hendrix. This film was really good, and I really recommend it to everyone. I'm very happy that this film was made because I think that it is a great documentary, and I think that it is very important.
Thursday, 23 Apr 2020 15:45

For the past few months I've been investigating the evidence behind the death of a popular Egyptian rapper, Ahkeem. He was found dead in his apartment at a young age in a well-publicized suicide. Although the cause of his death has yet to be officially confirmed, this documentary has been completed in a very effective way that provides a much needed closure to the investigation, and a valuable piece of information to the people who still live in Egypt. As an Egyptian myself, I have to say that the documentary is in line with the information that I had been receiving and hearing in the media. Although the documentary has been criticized by many, the evidence presented in the film, in addition to the excellent editing, makes the documentary a must-see for anyone interested in the mystery behind this case. I have to admit that I am a fan of Ahkeem's music and I was surprised to hear that he had been found dead. I was a bit surprised to learn that he had been found dead as a suicide. I'm not surprised because of the media publicity, because this is a really important case that needs to be solved. I think that the film is also very professional and thorough. In addition, the documentary contains some very powerful statements that have been proven true. In the documentary, he tells the story of his life in the film in a very creative way, and he has some great contributions in the editing. So for anyone interested in Ahkeem's death, and also anyone interested in a well-edited documentary that goes along with the facts, this is a great documentary to see.


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