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(203) 6.6 94 min 2019

The Hottest August is a movie starring Clare Coulter. Ordinary people in New York are asked to talk about their lives and their hopes for the future in a time marked by political division and climate change.

Clare Coulter
Brett Story

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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 Brett Story
Stars Clare Coulter
Country USA, Canada
Runtime 1H 34M
Description Ordinary people in New York are asked to talk about their lives and their hopes for the future in a time marked by political division and climate change.

Top reviews

Wednesday, 15 Apr 2020 04:40

A fascinating documentary that dives into the life and personal history of three true friends - Donald Trump, the Hottest August, and Willem Dafoe - as they make their way to Hollywood. Dafoe plays a mild-mannered waiter named Frank, who worked in a pizza parlor before opening his own restaurant. Trump, a real estate developer, was a real estate agent before he got involved with the show business. He was a vocal supporter of the US, and became a real estate agent in the late '80s. The men were friends in real life but were very different. Dafoe was a New York lawyer and Trump was a true New Yorker who couldn't understand how a wealthy man like Dafoe could live in an apartment that looked like a shabby motel. Trump was quite proud of his Bronx, and Dafoe, not so much. When they finally meet, the four men bond over their common enemy - the Vietnam War. Donald Trump, the Hottest August, became a real estate developer and was involved with the Vietnam War. Willem Dafoe, the Hottest August, supported the war but didn't like it as much as Trump did. They became friends in real life, and they both helped each other out financially. Frank was on a mission to make a movie about the Vietnam War, and Dafoe knew that he needed to act in it. He took on the role of a Vietnam veteran, who was an air traffic controller in Vietnam. They both became real friends, and Dafoe got Trump to start giving him money. After he did that, Trump got Dafoe to come back to New York and work with him. Dafoe was the friend who decided to go back to Vietnam and was killed. The film is very interesting and powerful, and this is a must-see documentary.
Friday, 27 Mar 2020 04:40

Just a good story that requires some thought, as it's rooted in the realities of the early years of the modern era. In his lifetime, President McKinley worked with those who were not his friends or relatives, but they did not care. He worked with the common people, and they did not have to work for him. This was the time when civil rights were more prevalent and the men that he worked with had more to lose by opposing him. The movie highlights how, as a matter of fact, those in the South were fighting back. During the Civil War, in 1876, McKinley did not want to allow blacks to vote. He did not want them to be allowed to vote on a local level. He wanted them to vote on a national level. He had to be convinced by Senator Robert La Follette. He had to be convinced that blacks were equal and could not be treated differently than whites. La Follette was his son-in-law, and he was given some truth that had been suppressed during his childhood. This was in 1872. He gave up on the idea of blacks voting, and in 1876, he started to let the blacks vote on a national level. McKinley did not want to be an ungrateful man. He wanted to know the truth. He wanted to be able to say, "No, it's not true, and I'm not going to stand for it." He was not a perfect man, and he could not say that. In my opinion, his father was not a perfect man. The story is about the struggle between what he wanted and what he was willing to do. This is a real story of how the south fought back. It is about the racial issues. It is about the men that fought, and how they did not want to stand for what they knew they were wrong. I do not recommend the movie, because it is a history lesson, not a movie, but it is a good history lesson. I recommend that people watch this movie, and read the book.

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