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(492) 6.7 105 min 2019

Halston is a movie starring Liza Minnelli, Marisa Berenson, and Joel Schumacher. Prodigiously talented, Halston reigned over fashion in the 1970s and became a household name. But everything changed in the Wall Street era. With his...

Starring
Joel Schumacher, Naeem Khan, Marisa Berenson, Liza Minnelli
Genres
Documentary, Biography
Director
Frédéric Tcheng

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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, Biography
Director Frédéric Tcheng
Writer Frédéric Tcheng
Stars Joel Schumacher, Naeem Khan, Marisa Berenson, Liza Minnelli
Country USA
Also Known As Halstonas: sloves ir nuopolio istorija
Runtime 1H 45M
Description Prodigiously talented, Halston reigned over fashion in the 1970s and became a household name. But everything changed in the Wall Street era. With his empire under threat, Halston took the biggest gamble of his life.

Top reviews

Tuesday, 12 May 2020 14:19

This film is a fascinating look at how the media influences popular culture and how that media affects the way we see ourselves, the people around us, and the people in power. The movie starts off by showing that the news, especially the stories that are labeled as news, can be very misleading, and that the media's choice of stories and the stories they put out aren't always based on fact, and there are times when the stories that are put out aren't the stories that are usually put out. The film then focuses on the representation of the media in the media itself, with interviews with writers, producers, and editors. There are lots of opinions about how the media influences popular culture, and how we are influenced by what is put out in the media, especially the stories that are labeled as news. The interviews with people involved in the media and how they view the media are also fascinating. In some ways, the interviews are a little too negative, but that's because the people in the film are mostly talking about the media themselves. In general, there are some really good and interesting interviews that are presented in the film, and that is why the film is worth watching. The other major problem with the interviews is that a lot of them are already aired on other channels, and so it's hard to get a good sense of how the people see the media in general. However, this film is also worth watching because of how it uses the interviews to tell its story. The interviews are also fascinating because of how they show the different perspectives on what is usually called the news. Some of the interviews are especially interesting because they're the first ones that come up, and they seem to give a great insight into how they see the media. Another problem is that the interviews are too short, and it's difficult to get a sense of the different points of view, but that's also not as bad as it could have been. Overall, this film is a lot of fun to watch, and I think it's also worth checking out.
Monday, 04 May 2020 17:54

This documentary is a great opportunity to discuss the fact that we are human beings and not animals. It is a great way to get a better understanding of the human side of this issue. It is my opinion that it is more important for the general public to see the film because they will be able to come to their own conclusion on whether or not the prison system is causing the problems we are seeing today. We are constantly being bombarded with news of the crime rate in the US, and I believe that this documentary is an answer to the questions that are being asked and the things that are being done about it. The film does a great job of showing that the prison system has become a system that is out of control and that there is no way to escape it. It shows how the government feels that it needs to break every kind of rule in order to keep the prison system running smoothly. It does a great job of showing that the only way out is to break the law, and this film provides that insight in a way that it will touch the audience and it will make them see the injustices that are being done in the prison system. In the end, this film is great because it is a reflection of how the human race views this issue, and it is a great idea to share this with the general public. This documentary will open the eyes of the general public, and hopefully the prison system will change their ways and give people a better understanding of the real problem. I highly recommend this film, but I also strongly advise that you stay clear of the media at all costs because it is filled with lies and misinformation.
Sunday, 26 Apr 2020 15:32

Before watching this movie, I had no idea what to expect. The fact that they were also living in a homeless shelter gave me some idea. But I had never heard of the 2 boys who were living in the shelter. So when I saw this movie I was prepared for something else than what I got. This movie was extremely sad. I could tell from the beginning that it would be emotionally disturbing. I didn't expect this. I expected a movie that I could laugh about, because that's what I like about this movie. I also didn't expect to be so moved by this movie. This movie was a tear jerker. I couldn't watch it. I couldn't talk to my husband. I couldn't get out of the house. The last 10 minutes of the movie were the most painful I've ever been through. It made me cry so much. I don't even remember the last few minutes. I just got back from the theater and my husband and I were crying so hard that we needed to go back in and watch the rest of the movie. The director did a fantastic job of capturing the atmosphere of that time period. The scenes that were filmed in the shelter were very realistic. I had never heard of the war on Iraq before watching this movie, but I realized that I have now. This is one of the most moving movies I've ever seen. It made me cry and laugh so hard I couldn't control myself. I had to leave the theater. My husband was like, "Let's go!" The only thing that could make me stay in the theater for another hour and a half was if I had to leave the theater to go buy some Kleenex. This movie is for everyone. I think everyone should watch it. If you haven't seen this movie, I strongly recommend it.
Sunday, 12 Apr 2020 06:00

The film is made by a man who suffers from a rare and rare disease that is found in only 2,000 people in the world. But there is hope for people living with the disease. The film is very powerful and does an excellent job of showing the personal and cultural impact the disease has on the people living with it. You get to know the people on both sides of the story and the impact they are having on their family and their communities. The story is compelling and heartbreaking and you can tell that the people who do live with the disease feel a huge amount of guilt and responsibility for the disease. The medical people at the conference gave very interesting and informative presentations about their disease. The biggest lesson the audience should take from the film is to know the facts. There is information about the medical research that has been done about the disease. There is information about how some individuals have lived with the disease. There is information about what the treatments are doing for the people living with the disease. It is important to know that these treatments have not been approved by the FDA and that some of these treatments are not safe or effective. Also, the information about the financial resources and the funding for the research is important because it shows that there is a lot of money that is being spent on medical research and that these treatments are being researched and have not been approved by the FDA. You will learn the history of the disease, the medical research, the people involved in the research and the people who are trying to find a cure. You will learn how some people live with the disease and others are living without the disease. You will learn how the disease is passed from one person to the next. You will learn how to live with the disease. This film is an excellent and entertaining film for people who are interested in health and disease.
Friday, 27 Mar 2020 09:47

The Disintegration of British Piedmont is the ultimate study of the evolution of British socialism. This film was directed by Michael Moore and based on his autobiography, A Time to Kill. The film explores the rise of Nazism in Britain and the fallout that followed the brutal bombing of Dresden. It is very informative, a must see for all. The film tells the story of Winston Churchill and his wife Clementine in the 1920s. Churchill and his wife have five children, two sons and two daughters. One son is Adolf Hitler. The other son is Oliver who is a famous political scientist. The children are known as the "three lions." Each has a different political ideology. The youngest son has always been a socialist, but he comes to the conclusion that his beliefs are far too utopian and is interested in studying the political system in Europe. The middle son is interested in the military and is not afraid to criticize the government. The youngest daughter is interested in fashion and has her own fashion show. The oldest son is an uneducated and idealistic young man who has always been more interested in political ideas than the military. In the end, there is no doubt that the youngest son is a Hitler follower. The film explains the motivations of the three lions. The documentary shows clips from the films and talks about the influence of their father and grandfathers. It also shows clips from the films from both sides. The film also shows clips from the literature on the politics of the time, the speeches of Winston Churchill and Clementine, and Hitler's speeches. It is very informative and goes into the social and political beliefs of the world at the time. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about the political side of the 20th century.


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