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(243) 5.5 119 min 2017

Our President is a movie starring Lee Hwa-Choon, Moon Jae-in, and Roh Moo-Hyun. A look at the life of Roh Moo-hyun, South Korea's president from 2003-2008.

Starring
Lee Hwa-Choon, Rhyu Si-Min, Roh Moo-Hyun, Moon Jae-in
Genres
Documentary
Director
Chang-jae Lee

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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 Chang-jae Lee
Stars Lee Hwa-Choon, Rhyu Si-Min, Roh Moo-Hyun, Moon Jae-in
Country South Korea
Runtime 1H 59M
Description A look at the life of Roh Moo-hyun, South Korea's president from 2003-2008.

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Monday, 08 Jun 2020 15:59

In "The President" director and producer Michael Moore takes the viewer into the heart of a world which has never been reported on. A documentary with a message, "The President" is the story of what a father should do when his child is killed in a terrorist attack in the US. A man who is a dad himself has been influenced by his own father to become a politician, just as he was in the beginning. He is not only a politician, but he is also a special prosecutor, which means that he has the power to investigate people and to get their names on the list of the most wanted terrorists. "The President" shows a bit of an overview of the whole controversy that is terrorism, but also an overview of a man who is a "God-fearing" father. In his interviews he makes a statement about the kind of influence that his father had on his life. Moore is careful not to give the impression of a documentary about terrorism, but an observation of a man who has been influenced by his own father to become a politician, that he was also influenced by his father in his career as a special prosecutor. He makes the point that even if we have a government of God, we should still be afraid of what he is capable of doing. The story in this documentary is a piece of an average man's life, the story of a father who feels responsible for the loss of his child, who can not bear to lose his son and who is convinced that his own government is not doing enough to fight terrorism. The viewer is also given the impression that Moore does not have a happy family life. In fact, his wife of 10 years, Gloria Gifford, died when he was in his 30s and his daughter, Samantha Bee, is now married to a man who lives in the White House. Moore is at a loss to understand why his children are not his most important concern. The truth is that his life is his most important concern, but the reality is that he has a lot of other concerns as well. When his son is killed, he loses his own child. When his daughter is injured in a terrorist attack, he is forced to resign from the post of special prosecutor and his marriage to Gloria is strained. He tries to find a way to be at the top of the political game, but in the end he cannot find a way to be at the top of his life. One of the things that surprised me about this documentary is the fact that he was never on the payroll of the government, because he is a self-made man, and the fact that he is a "God-fearing" father. I thought that this would be a pretty positive documentary, but the real surprise is that he does not have a happy family life, and that he feels responsible for the loss of his child. If the world is changing to become more and more dangerous, I would say that "The President" is right, and that his son is right. If the world is changing for the better, then "The President" is wrong, because his son is wrong. He seems to have been made for this role and he is the wrong person to play it. When he is asked about the dangers of a US president, his answer is:
Tuesday, 05 May 2020 23:14

The President's Speech is a fascinating study of the world's first 'POTUS'. I was particularly interested in the possibility of future Presidents speaking in front of a single television audience. Although most of the film is in the White House, and the President is photographed, some of the time is spent in the Oval Office. It is interesting to observe how the President is able to communicate without many physical gestures, and how he is able to read and understand his surroundings. In particular, the photographs are a visual 'window' into the world of the President, and he makes it clear that he believes that it is a privilege to be able to be in the Oval Office. We are introduced to the President's family, his staff, his Cabinet, and his advisers, and we hear the President's words and actions in very clear and concise terms. I think the best part of the film is the focus on the Chief of Staff, the people who manage the President. The President's words are very simple, direct, and effective, but he is always accompanied by one of his staff who looks up to him and advises him. He is able to change direction in the face of the immediate crisis, but it is the staff who tell him that he needs to respond to the threats of the world. We are introduced to the Chief of Staff, who is a White House intern, but he has the President's ear. He is given instructions and is given time to listen. He is a leader, and he listens to the President, who is always in the background. The Chief of Staff is a man of great courage, who does what he is told, even if it is against the President's wishes. The Chief of Staff has an enormous amount of respect for the President, who has been able to communicate with him from the White House. There is a lot of information that we see about the President's speechwriting skills, his work with the Congress, and his friendship with the Vice President. I think the film is a good study of the power of the Presidency. Although it was never intended as such, the film is a useful tool for understanding how the Presidency affects the world around us.
Wednesday, 29 Apr 2020 10:07

In the last few years, the impact of the Arab Spring has been highlighted in the media. Many people in the West have been shocked by the video clips, and the scenes of police brutality that have become synonymous with the Arab Spring. In the United States, the U.S. government has been heavily criticized for its 'support' for the Arab Spring. This documentary explores this issue through the lens of an organization that exists to counter the current oppression of the Arab Spring, the Arab American Institute (AAI). The AAI is a non-profit organization based in New York City that is dedicated to educating people in the United States about the Arab Spring. Their efforts are spearheaded by an organization called the Arab American Institute (AAI). In this documentary, a woman named Naima Hassan, whose parents were killed in a bomb blast, has gone through her ordeal. Naima's experiences have made her a better person. She has learned to understand the Arab American community in New York City, and to fight for what is right, rather than what is popular. Naima is able to explain the principles of the Arab American community and how they work together to fight for justice. Naima does a good job of explaining the reasons why the Arab Americans support the Arab Spring, and the reasons why they do not. There are many individuals in the Arab American community who support the Arab Spring, and there are individuals who do not. This film is good for those who do not know much about the Arab American community, or those who have a very limited understanding of the Arab American community. However, those who know the community are likely to learn about the Arab American community and see it in a new light.
Friday, 17 Apr 2020 09:41

I saw this film on TV and immediately it struck me that I had not seen an interview of a foreign leader since Nixon's last one. I watched it again the following day, and I am still thinking about the first time. The style of the interviews is spot on. What makes it a little hard to follow is that the interviews have not been transcribed. I don't know if they are or they are not transcribed. The president's last one had the same problem, but it had interviews of the president himself. I have watched the transcripts of the president's interviews, and I will probably watch the rest of the film. I think this is the best documentary on American presidents I have ever seen, and it was nominated for an Oscar. The best part of this film is the interviews. The men that are interviewed are very well-spoken, so you can understand their words. The rest of the interviews are done in a non-descript manner, which is very well done, and very unique to the real-life interviews. What this documentary is really about is the "war of words" between two presidents. The presidents in the interview have very different attitudes and ways of talking to one another. One guy is a hard-core socialist, another is a hard-core conservative. The interviewers have a very unusual way of saying the words, and the way of saying them is not in a normal way. They are very articulate and talk very fast, and you get a lot of ideas from the conversations. The interviewers are, like a lot of documentaries, experts in their field, and they really explain what they have seen. But it is also very important to know what the interviewers have seen. This is very well done, and you can see that it is not just a bunch of men talking, but also a group of experts talking. I also thought that it was interesting to know that the interviewers have been very honest with one another. They don't tell you how they felt about one of the presidents or about the president's political views. They don't tell you that the president is a socialist or a conservative. They don't tell you that he likes to use nuclear weapons. They tell you that he is very strong and he is not afraid of death. All of them tell you that this is a very difficult and very personal question that the president has. The real power of this film is not the interviews, but the people who are interviewed. It is a very well-balanced documentary. This is a documentary that should be in every school in America.
Sunday, 29 Mar 2020 17:20

This documentary is about Barack Obama, and this documentary has many things to say about him, and a few things to say about you. For example, the film begins with a slow, introspective, way of telling the story of how he became the President of the United States. It begins with a collection of shots of him, his friends, and his parents. After this, we go into the history of Barack Obama, and it begins with a video of him, some of his quotes, and his experiences in his youth. The whole film is slow, but the viewer feels that they are in the White House, and it makes them feel like they are in the White House. There are some amazing quotes and events in this film, and the way that it is shown makes you feel like you are there, and the President is really speaking for himself. It is not just a matter of one man speaking for another, as there are many stories of presidents speaking for other presidents, but Barack Obama speaks for himself, and it is very important to this film. So the film ends with a list of quotes and events from his life, which tell the viewer that he has lived it, and it is very important to see the picture of the picture that we see, and this film will give you a lot of information on his life. The film is really interesting, and it gives you a lot of information on the man, and it is not just what the President says, but what he does. The film is about the things that the President does, and it shows the President as he is. So this film is not just about what he does, but about what he is, and this film gives you the story of a man who has lived for himself, and it is a powerful, and important film. It is very informative, and very well done. The film is not just about what he does, but about what he has done. The film is very powerful, and I would recommend it to anyone who has an interest in the life of a president, and of the U.S. government.
Sunday, 29 Mar 2020 08:49

My wife and I both have a Masters Degree in Mathematics and Chemistry. Both of us have written and published articles about the chemical and physical structures of the elements. We are well acquainted with the many problems of the science. However, we are still concerned about the implications of the revelations of the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (i.e., Fukushima). The President has yet to address the issue of nuclear waste and radiation contamination in this country. It would appear that he is either unaware of the extent of this contamination, or is so ignorant of the dangers of this issue that he can't even recognize the seriousness of this problem. This documentary, and the debates that follow, are the most valuable contribution that this country has ever made. We are so pleased that this film has been made available on DVD. The questions raised in the film are, of course, not specific to the United States. All countries have their own problems with nuclear energy and radiation contamination. And it's also important to note that the main players in this story, the United States and China, have made a similar decision that could lead to nuclear energy being phased out. In short, this is a truly outstanding film and the only one that I have seen in this century that contains real information on a subject of this magnitude. However, the information is available for everyone to see. It's important that everyone who can view this film sees it, in order to avoid the same mistakes that many of the individuals and companies involved in this film made. This is a must see movie. With this film, we see the way that this country is headed and it's inexcusable that such a serious issue is not addressed at the Presidential level. With this film, the United States is leading the way to a safer world. It is an excellent movie. Highly recommended.


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