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(396) 6.2 80 min 2017

Den sommaren is a movie starring Peter Beard, Lee Radziwill, and Jacqueline Kennedy. Montauk, East Hampton, New York, 2016. Peter Beard discusses his work as a photographer, artist and diarist before reminiscing about his attempt to...

Starring
Peter Beard, Jacqueline Kennedy, Caroline Kennedy, Lee Radziwill
Genres
Documentary
Director
Göran Olsson

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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 Göran Olsson
Stars Peter Beard, Jacqueline Kennedy, Caroline Kennedy, Lee Radziwill
Country USA, Sweden, Denmark
Also Known As Tuo kesä, Cet été-là, In jenem Sommer (2017), That Summer, Den Sommer
Runtime 1H 20M
Description Montauk, East Hampton, New York, 2016. Peter Beard discusses his work as a photographer, artist and diarist before reminiscing about his attempt to make a documentary in the summer of 1972 with his friend Lee Radziwill (younger sister of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis), focusing on their childhood and the 20th- century history of East Hampton.

Top reviews

Friday, 03 Apr 2020 22:10

The Netherlands has recently been mentioned as the "Land of the Future", a title that certainly rings true here. This documentary is one of the best Dutch documentaries about their economic life. It's a bit hard to follow in parts, and the second half is a bit on the long side, but it's still quite good. The most interesting thing about this documentary is the economy. After being in the Netherlands for so long, it's nice to see how far the country has come economically. I'm not saying the country is perfect, but this documentary really makes you feel like you've been there and know a bit about how the country works. In a way it's like a travelogue. The Dutch are a very small country and they really have made it on the strength of their people. This documentary shows that. Another thing that really impressed me was the country's culture. There's so much culture in the country that you can't help but feel at home. It's really great to see how much the country has come to take pride in itself. The country is known for being extremely conservative, but in this documentary you see that they are quite open minded and open minded. They're also not afraid to tell you that their society is definitely not perfect. I really think that the documentary is very honest about the country's economic issues and how people live there. The documentary is about three generations of the same family, and you get to see how their lives are really affected by the economic problems. It really makes you feel like you've been there and know a bit about how the country works. The documentary does get a bit repetitive in the second half, but the first half is still a great one. It's a good documentary that shows the Netherlands in a very good way.
Thursday, 02 Apr 2020 05:40

I'm a film enthusiast, and I love documentaries. I watch them to learn more about films, and I try to have a basic understanding of what the film is about. The reason I don't like documentaries is because the idea of a documentary is that you get a lot of information in a short time, and that's it. That's the one thing that makes a documentary a documentary. I think the guy who made this documentary is a documentary expert, and I hope he gets more awards for his work. The problem I have with this film is that it doesn't give you enough information about a film to really understand it. He gives you a lot of information about the films he's making, but he doesn't tell you anything about the film itself. I understand that he's a filmmaker, but the information that he gives you in the film is a lot to take in. I think that he's trying to explain the movie to you, but he doesn't explain why he's making the movie. I think he's trying to give you information, but he's not giving you a lot of information to go with it. The film is a little too long for what it is. I would have liked to have seen more interviews with the people involved with the film, like the director or the actors. Maybe I'm biased because I have a daughter who is in the film, but I would have liked to have seen more information on how the film came to be, or what the actors were thinking during their scenes. I'm not saying that the film is bad, because it's great. I think that it's very important for people to see films, and I think that documentaries are important too. But I think that you should watch a documentary before you watch a film, because there is no such thing as a perfect film. I think the film has a good point, and it's just that it doesn't tell you much about the film. I think that if you want to learn more about a film, you should watch it. I think that a documentary is a good tool for learning about films, but it's not a perfect tool. If you want to learn more about the film, I think you should watch the film.
Saturday, 28 Mar 2020 03:38

This documentary is well done and includes interviews with a number of people who have participated in the U.S. peace-keeping mission in the Central African Republic since the end of the war. The U.S. has spent some $500 million so far, and has deployed a small force of military personnel, primarily Special Forces, to the country. The best part of the documentary is the interviews with the soldiers and their families. We get to hear the tales of soldiers who survived, but were badly injured, and who are still trying to get back to their families. We also see how the war has changed the lives of the children who were separated from their parents, and to whom they now owe their lives. We also see the stories of the children who have been adopted by other families. I am not sure I fully understand the mission in the Central African Republic, but I certainly understand how important this is to the U.S. government. The U.S. has invested a lot of money and effort in this mission, and we have had success, as seen in the success rate of the peacekeepers and the progress that has been made in the communities. I think that the filmmakers are doing a good job in bringing the U.S. government's perspective to the public. The filmmakers are making the point that the U.S. has been an important force for peace and development, but has done so by doing so without much foreign aid. If you want to see a different perspective of the U.S. involvement in this mission, I recommend this documentary.
Monday, 16 Mar 2020 06:53

The Danish director, Jørgen Vig Knudstorp, has created a well-crafted documentary, "Sommerværker" ("Sommer Family"), that not only examines the Sommers family, but the rural landscape of southern Denmark. The family consists of the parents, the mother, father, and their three children, aged 9 to 20. The father, Nils Sommers, who has been living in the city for several years, runs a small cheese factory. He is an avid soccer fan. He has his own pub. He is not a very religious man, but he does believe in God. The family are extremely religious. Nils lives in a small house with his wife and three daughters. He is married to his current wife, and has a long-term girlfriend, whose husband is away from home. The youngest daughter is a Christian girl who attends a local church. She is a good student, and takes care of her younger sisters. The youngest daughter is the most religious of the family, who prays every day at the local church. The mother is very religious, and believes that God is at work in every aspect of life. Nils is a happy man, and is still very religious. He has a great fondness for his daughter, and does not believe in homosexuality. The youngest daughter is a very pretty girl, and is studying at a university. She is very religious. There is an older man, who is the father of the oldest daughter, who is a retired teacher. He is married and has a young daughter, and also believes in God. He has his own church. The documentary is made with the help of documentary maker, Børge F. Lassen. She travels to the village and meets the Sommers family. She also travels with Nils to the local church to hear the services. She also visits the local church, where the priest, Nils, says the prayers every day. The documentary makes a strong statement about the importance of God in life. The documentary also shows how important religion is to the Sommers family. The documentary is not only about the Sommers family. It is also about the local community. Many Danish towns are like this. They are very religious. Some of them have been places where religion has been dominant, and some have been places where religion has been overtaken by the modern world. The documentary shows how Nils' town, Nørrebro, is a place that is not very religious, but that is very religious nonetheless. There are many people in the town who do not believe in God. They are people like the people at the church. Nils' father, the pastor, is also very religious, and he is very angry that the documentary was made. It is true that the documentary was made without the knowledge of the Sommers family, and they do not want the documentary to be made. The documentary was made on purpose. The director, Jørgen Vig Knudstorp, said that he made it because he wanted to show the people of Nørrebro that they have a lot of power over the government. The documentary is a very powerful statement about the importance of religion in modern society. It is an important documentary that is well made. I recommend this documentary to anyone who likes documentaries about religion, especially those who are interested in the Danish countryside.


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