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(168) 6.5 94 min 2015

INDIAN POINT looks at nuclear power by going inside the core activities at an aging nuclear plant and posing the simple question: is this safe?

Genres
Documentary, News
Director
Ivy Meeropol

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Tuesday, 23 Jun 2020 04:15

I was lucky enough to see this documentary at a screening in San Francisco. There is a lot to digest from this film. The documentary really gets at the nuances of the relationship between writer and the genre. How does the relationship between a novelist and his audience evolve over time. The film begins with how the creation of this book was decided upon by a critic. We are given information as to how the first draft of the book was conceived. Then the film moves on to the evolution of the relationship between the writer and his audience. The audience is the protagonist of the movie, but the writer is in the middle of it. The writer is always writing a story, while the audience is waiting to hear it. The relationship between the two is more akin to a person who is still waiting to hear the story from the main character. This makes the audience feel like they are in the middle of it. It makes the viewer feel a little more like a writer. In addition to this, the film moves on to a parallel universe where the writer writes a book about his experiences in Africa, but he ends up writing it in English. The translator is the audience, but the writer is the protagonist. The translator is the "hype" of the story. She does this by transcribing the story into English, while the writer is the "hype" of the story. The audience is the translator of the story, while the writer is the narrator. The relationship between the two is the translator and the narrator. This is the most interesting aspect of the film. We are brought to the feelings of the audience of the story, as they relate to it. There are lots of visual and audio cues to convey this. The only reason I am giving this film a 10 is because I felt it was good to get an outside perspective. I do feel that the creators of this film have done a great job. This film is a great introduction to the world of fiction writing. I feel that many writers do not get a true appreciation for their writing until they see this film. I would highly recommend this film to anyone who loves books.
Tuesday, 09 Jun 2020 00:39

Watching this documentary reminded me of a historical document which occurred on April 25, 2001. The Philippine (Southeast Asian) Republic of Mindanao was supposedly an area "glorified" by the US Army. The G.I.'s believed that the entire region was "special" and that a special unit, composed of men who had been in the US Army since World War II and were the epitome of the 'Special Forces', would be "glorified" and serve the country. This special unit was the "Mountain Rangers". The "Special Forces" were supposedly being deployed to the Philippines for this purpose. However, the "Mountain Rangers" became notorious for the atrocities they committed in the Philippine Islands. Many years later, a film crew was sent to investigate the story of these "Special Forces". This documentary includes interviews with many members of the unit, including former unit leader Frank C. Santis. Santis was a veteran of the "Special Forces" and was not "glorified" as was his colleagues. Santis died in 1987 of cancer. The documentary is extremely graphic in showing many atrocities committed by the "Special Forces" during the Philippine Islands Operation "Bamyan". The "Special Forces" were supposedly sent to take over the area from the "Mountain Rangers". The "Mountain Rangers" were supposedly fighting the "Special Forces" in order to protect the interests of the US Army. The "Mountain Rangers" were supposedly more feared and respected by the locals than the "Special Forces". The documentary also contains interviews with former units members and local government officials. The documentary has a number of informative and humorous interviews, some of which are filmed with real footage. These interviews also include interviews with veterans of the "Special Forces". It is very entertaining to see the "Mountain Rangers" units themselves. Many of them are extremely animated and seem to be living, breathing, and working the way they were when they were in the US Army. Many of them are extremely proud of what they accomplished in the Philippines and talk openly about the "Special Forces" to each other. Many of them talk about the US Army "glorifying" the "Special Forces". This documentary is highly recommended.
Saturday, 23 May 2020 20:04

Well, I think that the person who called it a "Fascist conspiracy" is just being a complete dweeb. I don't agree with the opinions that this film is anti-Semitic, that it's pro-Nazi, or that it's pro-Israel. I don't see any connection between it and any of the parties mentioned. It's simply a documentary, and as such, is not anti-Semitic. The documentary starts with the birth of the State of Israel, and what started as an attempt to win the support of the Jewish people in the name of Zionism, is eventually adopted by the people themselves, as the future of Israel and the Jewish people. The Jewish people are shown as being super-sensitive, and don't mind being treated badly. They even went to war to defend the country and its people, against the armies of the rival states. The "right" wing parties in Israel (like the Likud, the Habayit Hayehudi, the Habayit Hayehudi-Bayit Yehudi and the Likud Party) were also led by people who were actually very "anti-Semitic", and therefore, the film is not anti-Semitic. (The Likud party is one of the most "anti-Semitic" parties in Israel today.) The party has been in power for a long time, and has not had to face the fact that it was in power for a long time. It's only in the last 20 years that the state was put in a position of having to fight against the attacks of the groups that are considered the enemy of the people. When we look back at the past, we can see that the system was pretty rotten. The system had a lot of problems. The politicians had lots of friends in the government, so they often did whatever they wanted. It was a very corrupt system. A lot of things had to be done. Things that didn't seem to be necessary to have to do, but were needed to build the "strengths" of the state, like the roads, the sewers, etc. It was an imperfect system, but we had to keep going, because the people were so dependent on it. This film shows us that it was always a kind of a system that had its flaws, but it worked well for a long time. The Arab states were always threatening Israel, but we always went to war against them, as was the case during the Six-Day War. Israel had to stand up to the Arab countries, but we also had to stand up to the Palestinians. We had to do both, and we did. That's the situation today. Israel and Palestine are very different countries, and I'm sure the people in the Arab countries would like to see them go back to the way they were in the past. Israel was in a position that it had to fight against the Arab countries, and in a very complicated situation. When the movie ends, you can see the contradictions of the current situation, and the attitude of the people who live in Israel today. I think that this is a very important film to have in your collection. It's an extremely good film, and the one that I'd like to see again.
Friday, 24 Apr 2020 20:50

There is so much evidence that has been ignored, but it has to be acknowledged. What you can do is to get the word out. As you can see by the results of the previous question, it is a very important issue, and there are so many ways to do it. We are facing an issue that is unforeseeable, and it would be a lot more effective if people had the information that they need. Also, you have to take advantage of this opportunity and do it right, because we can't be sure that this will happen. We will need to step up and do it all over again, to make sure that we can protect ourselves. It's about more than that, but not everyone will get the information. It's about the first amendment. The only people who should be aware are those who have signed up for our awareness. I think that there are people out there who do not want to hear this information, or have not been told about it. We are not just here to help people, we want to help the environment and protect our planet, and the truth is out there, and it's not going to go away. The truth is that a lot of things can be cleaned up. I mean, what the hell is going to happen when these animals are gone? It will be the same. What the hell is going to happen when this is all over? It's really sad to think that people are living in this situation, and the truth is out there. There are so many ways to do it. There is a lot of information out there that people are not going to get. So, how can we change the laws and regulations? It's not going to be easy, but the reality is that the consequences will be worse than the possibilities, and the truth is that we have to be aware, and we can only make a difference if we are informed. The best way to help the animals is to educate them. We have to be able to see things in a different way. We have to show them that there are alternatives, that they don't have to be killed, and that we can have our world for the future. We can also save ourselves, and be a part of it, instead of just reacting to it. We have to be able to have a world where we can protect ourselves. It's a little bit of a crazy idea, but it's a way of helping us protect ourselves. It is not enough just to react, we have to do something. We have to do something in order to protect ourselves. The only way to do that is to educate ourselves and share it with the rest of the world. It's not just about protecting the environment, it's about protecting ourselves. We can only save ourselves by protecting our environment, and it is a pretty good idea to do it. We have to protect ourselves. It's a crazy idea, but it's a way of helping us protect ourselves.


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