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(765) 6.7 115 min 2015

No Home Movie is a movie starring Chantal Akerman, Natalia Akerman, and Sylvaine Akerman. Chantal Akerman films her mother, an old woman of Polish origin who is short lifetime, in her apartment in Brussels. For two hours, we will...

Natalia Akerman, Sylvaine Akerman, Chantal Akerman
Chantal Akerman

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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 Chantal Akerman
Writer Chantal Akerman
Stars Natalia Akerman, Sylvaine Akerman, Chantal Akerman
Country Belgium, France
Also Known As Não é Um Filme Caseiro
Runtime 1H 55M
Description Chantal Akerman films her mother, an old woman of Polish origin who is short lifetime, in her apartment in Brussels. For two hours, we will see them eating, chatting and sharing memories, sometimes accompanied by Sylvaine, Chantal's sister. Also, and to show how small the world has become, Chantal remains in contact with her mother at other times of the year via Skype from lands as far away from Belgium as Oklahoma or New York.

Top reviews

Saturday, 27 Jun 2020 12:37

I was the lucky viewer to see the screening of this documentary. Myself, along with other friends, had to share our seats, because we didn't have the right chairs. I wasn't looking forward to it. My friend who also lived in the house, told me that I shouldn't go. She was the one who was supposed to be 'home' for the night. I was, however, planning to stay for the entire night. As a matter of fact, I was going to stay until it was over, since I wanted to see if it was worth it. In the end, I think that I enjoyed the film more than the movie. Sure, it is a good story, but there is a lot more that could have been done. Also, I believe that the main reason why the story is so fascinating, is because it is so real, and it is not something that happens every day. You are not just watching people, but you are actually there. But, even the story could have been better. I feel that they should have tried to get more people to see it. I mean, there was a lot of people at the screening, and I felt that they were given all of the right information. It is very sad that a film like this is not making a lot of money. I felt that they should have gotten more people to see it, and I felt that it was the right decision to do that. I feel that it was not very informative, but it was interesting, and I felt that the people who were there were very very important in the film. The most important thing that I learned from the film is that the truth is never as bad as what people think. I feel that it was very sad, but I don't think that it was a waste of time.
Saturday, 27 Jun 2020 00:52

On the one hand, "On the other hand, this is the worst film ever made" is a phrase that will inevitably pop up in conversations. On the other hand, this is a film that, in spite of its flaws, has a lot to offer. The film is a study of the way in which black people in the US in the 1970s reacted to the possibility of being the subject of a documentary film. The subject is Larry "Bud" Gilbert, who was a relatively unknown professional baseball player when he became a household name as a pitcher for the New York Yankees. During a trip to his hometown, he discovers a house where a family was being filmed by a white TV station. As the film moves towards the end, the film has the feeling of a documentary film that is only having a superficial look at the town of Hayward, Alabama. I won't go into detail about the film, as that would be a spoiler. The film is not a documentary, and that's not necessarily a bad thing, but it can also be a good thing. The film is not interested in the history of the town, but rather the relationship of the town with the man who was being filmed. This relationship is extremely important to the film, and it's also the reason why the film is not a documentary. In the end, this film is a bit of a disappointment, but it is also a very important film. It is interesting to see how some of the characters react to being filmed, and it is interesting to see how the director reacts to this. I found myself on the edge of my seat several times throughout the film, and I found myself asking questions about the film. This film is not a "must see", but it is also not a "must miss".
Sunday, 24 May 2020 13:54

David Jacoby's "Home Movie" is the most visually arresting documentary I've ever seen. It's an unforgettable, very hard-hitting look at the shocking conditions that happened in the streets of Manhattan when the police murdered thousands of black New Yorkers. The documentary is not just a look at a number of harrowing events, but a look at how all of those events were connected by a single, tragic event. It's not a simple narrative of how the events were connected, but rather a look into the impact the events had on those who lived through it. And in the case of "Home Movie", it's a look into the personal stories of the people who lived through those events. In the case of "Home Movie", David Jacoby also takes you behind the scenes of some of the scenes. There's footage of people's reactions to the events, and even interviews with people who lived through them. Jacoby also interviews several people who worked at the "Baldwin House," the "Baldwin House," and the "Baldwin House" during the period in question. In my opinion, this is the best documentary I've ever seen about the events that occurred in New York during the time period that Jacoby covers. It's incredibly well-done, incredibly well-written, and incredibly well-edited. It makes you think about the events you've just seen, and it makes you question the actions that the police, politicians, and media took in the immediate aftermath of the events. "Home Movie" is definitely one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. It's an unforgettable documentary about a traumatic event that changed the lives of millions of people in the city. "Home Movie" is very very hard-hitting, very very well-made, and incredibly well-edited. If you haven't seen it yet, you owe it to yourself to go out and see it. You won't regret it.
Saturday, 25 Apr 2020 01:18

The majority of the points that were made in this documentary were the main points of the documentary itself. However, some points were mentioned that were not actually stated by the filmmakers. However, that is not to say that it was not worthwhile watching this film, because it was. All of the points made were important, and in my opinion, they were to be taken to heart. If you have not heard of or seen "The Big Sleep" or "The Godfather" then this is the best place to start. If you have not heard of or seen these films, then this is the best place to start. I do believe that this documentary was made to give insight to people who may have not even heard of these films, or maybe were unaware of them. It is important to get an understanding of the films that you watch because it will help you to be able to make better decisions in your life. It will also help you to make better decisions in the future. Some people have criticized this film as being overly depressing and depressing. I believe that this film was extremely depressing. However, in my opinion, that was not to say that it was not a good film, but rather that it was not depressing. The only reason why this documentary was depressing was because of the subjects that were in this documentary. I believe that they were the only subjects that were in the film that were actually mentioned by the filmmakers. However, in the end, the documentary itself was not depressing. Overall, I believe that this film was incredibly important and it definitely was worth my time. It definitely is not a movie that I would watch again. However, it was still an interesting documentary and I definitely recommend that you watch it. If you have not seen it yet, then watch it. If you have not seen it yet, watch it. I highly recommend that you watch this documentary.

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