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(452) 6.8 97 min 2017

Leaning Into the Wind: Andy Goldsworthy is a movie starring Andy Goldsworthy and Holly Goldsworthy. Leaning into the Wind follows artist Andy Goldsworthy on his exploration of the world and himself through ephemeral and permanent...

Holly Goldsworthy, Andy Goldsworthy
Thomas Riedelsheimer

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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 Thomas Riedelsheimer
Stars Holly Goldsworthy, Andy Goldsworthy
Country UK, Germany
Also Known As Penché dans le vent: Andy Goldsworthy, Penché dans le vent, Leaning into the Wind - Andy Goldsworthy, Leaning Into The Wind, Leaning Into the Wind
Runtime 1H 37M
Description Leaning into the Wind follows artist Andy Goldsworthy on his exploration of the world and himself through ephemeral and permanent workings on the landscape, cities and with his own body.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 21 Jul 2020 09:01

Over the years I've seen a lot of excellent documentaries, and have been exposed to a lot of great and historic information. This documentary is an excellent addition to my collection and should be a great resource for anyone who is into either archeology or the history of the Mississippi River Delta region. The film begins with a still from one of the earlier (in 1900) documentary films. The still is the first scene and features a man in a rural setting (now one of the most diverse regions in the United States). The man is discussing with his family the history of the area. There is a little bit of a "mythology" discussion but nothing that would warrant the title "Mythology". We then move into the part of the film where the man in the "mythology" starts to discuss some of the historical events that happened on the Mississippi River Delta. These are excellent examples of what I'm talking about: large fires, man being killed by digging, and much more. As a little background, I have a very strong interest in the history of the Delta region, as most people do. After seeing this film, I have concluded that people were not aware of what was happening in this region and therefore I have been able to identify with the characters in the film very well. All of the historical events are shown in a very well done fashion, and give a very good picture of what the Delta region was like before the arrival of European settlers. This is something that most of us have not experienced and certainly never will. This film is a must-see for anyone who is interested in the history of the Mississippi Delta region, archeology, or the history of the United States.
Monday, 20 Jul 2020 07:31

I've had a dream in the past that I'm visiting the little village of Swale, England, and that's where this documentary is set. I know nothing about Swale, and as I sat and watched this film, I felt more and more overwhelmed with this feeling. The film tells the story of what people do in their lives and what they believe. The village, the homes, the people, the food, the clothes, the ideas, the music, the colours, the words, the music, the dreams. Everything. And that is just in Swale. There are other towns in the United Kingdom and these people's stories were brought to the screen. The people in Swale are not the rich and famous. They're ordinary people. They're uneducated, they're uneducated because of the industrial revolution, they're uneducated because they don't have a good education. They're all people who grew up and still have no idea about how they became the way they are. Some of them do not know who they are. For that reason, and because of the nature of the times, we see the stories of these people being told to us. It's heartbreaking. And this documentary is not just about the small village of Swale, but about a country and a continent that are undergoing enormous changes. The film shows the culture of this small town, and the difference in thinking between people. When the factory left, the small village was created. The industrial revolution changed the lives of the workers and the country. But the people were not happy. It wasn't because of the industry, they had jobs in the factories that they loved, but because the people were not happy. People had to go to work in factories that were unsafe, dangerous, unfair. And this film shows the people's stories. It shows the whole country and the whole people, all of them. People tell their stories to the camera. They tell the people. And we see the people. It's very moving. I hope that people will watch this film and realize how lucky they are. How lucky they are. And that there is no other life that they could have been in. That there are no other people in the world, or any other places, that are really the same as them. So that the stories that they tell to the camera are true. I saw this film at the end of the Festival at the Royal Albert Hall in London. And I was very moved, very moved. This film is a masterpiece, it's an important film. It was nominated for an Oscar. It was nominated for several other awards, and it should have been nominated for an Oscar. It's a must see. And it's a wonderful film.
Friday, 19 Jun 2020 05:31

Based on a play by Phele Campbell the movie was filmed in order to tell the story of Andy Goldsworthy, the legendary performer of folk and bluegrass. Andy and his brother Charley Goldsworthy were born into a wealthy English family in 1885. After their parents remarried Andy left home and found work in a cotton mill. After much struggle Andy became a successful bluegrass musician and singer. However, he had to accept the roles of a father and husband and his responsibilities as the member of his family. The family was very supportive of Andy and his creative endeavours, especially the singing. The young boy's unique music and distinctive singing style was not appreciated by those around him. The camera lens was used to record the family life of the Goldsworthy's as it was from the early years up until his death in 1931. The family's mannerisms, clothing, and music were captured by the camera. These observations were made by the Goldsworthy family in their own words. The family and the movie reflect the roles of a traditional family, with the exception of the adult children. Their lives and their attitudes reflect the values of the Goldsworthy's. Even the music reflects this. The film has a very emotional impact on the viewer, especially with the music of the Goldsworthy family. The movie also captures the personalities of the members of the Goldsworthy family and their roles as members of the family. This documentary should be viewed by anyone interested in folk and bluegrass music.
Monday, 15 Jun 2020 07:18

There are a lot of negative reviews for this film, but there are two aspects I want to focus on. First, the film is presented as a documentary, and not a film, which is not always a bad thing. Second, it is presented as a documentary but the overall tone and style of the film is almost entirely documentary. I would like to know the purpose for this style. In the beginning, the tone is hard hitting and it is almost like the director just wants to get his point across. As the film progresses, however, the tone and style changes, because the style and tone do not exist. As you watch the film, the tone and style begins to become a documentary and it becomes more and more personal. The film looks like an interview, but is in fact the interview. There are some interviews and character developments that are clearly the result of the interviewees. These transitions are logical and they help to make the film understandable to the viewer, but the transitions are abrupt and I found that the transitions were confusing. Overall, I think this film is a great documentary. It does not offer a conclusion, it doesn't offer a point of view, it doesn't offer something a viewer can disagree with. The film is about a very personal thing that happened to the subjects, but it is not about the things that happened. The documentary style makes it very understandable and I think that is the key to making the film work. I hope this review helps some viewers and I look forward to any comments I may receive. Thanks.
Saturday, 23 May 2020 07:48

A really well done film that spans over 30 years and features interviews with some of the people who worked on the production, all of whom give an account of how they were influenced by the previous work and often were also influenced by the work done by others in the field. Included in the film are interviews with Errol Flynn, Michael Hordern, Arthur Penn, Buster Keaton and others. All of the people who were interviewed give great insight into their respective fields and some great insights into Hollywood. Each of the interviews are insightful, even those who did not work on the project. The two men interviewed on the cast list in the first few minutes are Peter Bogdanovich and Geoffrey Unsworth. Bogdanovich had just come out of retirement at the time of the release of the film and Unsworth had just retired. The two were two of the last survivors of the M.I.A.M.B. film production, which came out of Los Angeles. And they had to do everything they could to get the movie finished. They had no money to pay for one another's salaries, but they did try to bring out the best in each other, for example: The thing that made Bogdanovich the producer of "The Great Race" was that he saw in it the opportunity for another big hit, while Unsworth had to think how he could turn the sequel into a success without having to try to sell it. Bogdanovich, however, saw in the Unsworth movie "The Thing" the chance for a hit of his own. Unsworth told Bogdanovich that he had never seen a remake of "The Thing" before, and he had been disappointed because Bogdanovich had made a silent film with a silent-era soundtrack, that had not been received very well. Bogdanovich agreed, and he said that was the first time he had ever made a movie with a silent soundtrack, that had not been given a very good reception. But Bogdanovich said that he had been disappointed because he had just made a movie that was a success. And Unsworth said that he had always wanted to be a producer of movies, and when he was told of the Unsworth movie that he had not heard of, he had to go and check it out, because Unsworth was in the movie. He said that he was thrilled by the results, and that he was impressed by Unsworth's work, and had to buy a copy of the movie. Unsworth was one of the very last of the M.I.A.M.B. members to have his picture taken, and had to wait a long time before getting a shot of the movie. He said that one of the reasons he made it was that he wanted to get a chance to get some exposure to see if the movie could be good. I can't emphasize enough that all the people interviewed here are very talented and interesting, but they are also the same kinds of people who make movies and have their films analyzed by others who have seen them. And the greatest thing about the documentary is that they are real people. They do talk about the movies they made, but there is also a lot of history behind them. When someone asks what they were most proud of, I recommend that they all answer "The Thing".
Friday, 15 May 2020 05:26

The director of the documentary "Looking at You" has a rather good grasp on the black community in New York City. It shows that there are good and bad things to come from racism. He does a great job showing that regardless of the color of the skin, the black community has a lot of good things to offer, and also has a lot of negative things to offer. There are some great actors in the documentary, such as Eddie Griffin, Jean Seberg, and Tessa Thompson. The story behind this documentary is that the producer of the film was part of a documentary on racism in the black community back in the early 1970s. While he wanted to tell a story that would be informative, he was also trying to make it more "Hollywood." After he filmed the entire film, he was approached by the Black Entertainment Television Network, who wanted to make a movie about the topic of racism. In his own words, the producers wanted to take a look at the lives of black people in the country, as well as portray a reflection of what was wrong in the black community. As with most documentaries, it's a bit unclear at times, and there are some scenes that make no sense, but it's still well done and interesting. The director says that what you are going to see is not exactly what you have heard about the topic. He says that this is his intention. What I think this shows is that he wants to take the discussion and let people speak for themselves. He does a good job of showing the black community at the time, but also what it was like for the black community in the 1970s. Overall, "Looking At You" is a good documentary. I think it's a great idea for the director to go out and take a look at this topic. I would also say that he is well supported by a great cast. The documentary has a lot of interesting interviews, which you can find on the website.
Thursday, 14 May 2020 03:56

I was lucky enough to see this film a couple of days ago, and I have to say that it is a fantastic film. Not too much talk here, just some thoughts and views. I think that it is a great documentary that anyone can watch, but if you are thinking of trying it out, you should check it out as soon as possible. I think that it shows us a lot about the way that we look at the world, our modern times, and how we all see things. All of us have preconceptions about the world, and our reality. I believe that the world was created and is maintained through our actions. It is through our actions, through our behaviour, and through our actions that we create our reality. To create our reality, we need to take certain actions. Those actions can be painful, but it does not matter. I believe that we will become more aware of our actions in the future, and that we will not have to be in pain every single day. Because the world will be created in a similar way to how we are now. We will live in a world that is not as we think it should be. I am not saying that we will be able to bring it back, but I believe that we can create the same type of world that we have today, and in the future, if we do not change our behaviour. I think that the film shows us a lot of things that we should be aware of, and that we should take actions that will change the way we think. I think that I have seen the film about two days ago, and it has changed my whole perspective on the world. In the future, I will not be in pain every single day, and if you can watch the film and believe in the reality of the world, you will be able to change your own reality.

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