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Watch To Be of Service

(208) 7.0 88 min 2019

A documentary film about veterans with PTSD who find that, after other treatments fall short, a service dog helps them return to an independent feeling life.

Genres
Documentary
Director
Josh Aronson

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Monday, 30 Mar 2020 10:20

I was on a mission to attend an "Assemble" in Budapest on 3rd September, 2006. I had been a volunteer in a field camp in Kosovo during the Yugoslav war and saw what was left of the peace. I remember the feeling of sadness and isolation. The feeling of complete helplessness, the feeling of having to carry the weight of the world and what is happening in the world. The Kosovo war was the last and the biggest war for many decades and it's horrible. The images of children running, crying and begging for help. The documentary provides a sense of how people were living back then and the consequences of the war on the people. The war is still going on and people in the camps and refugee camps are still suffering and having to carry the guilt of the destruction that was done to them. The documentary gives us a glimpse of the daily life of a people, and I have to say that this is a very sad documentary. One of the things that I loved about the documentary is that it shows that what happened in Kosovo did not take place in one place or by one group. In this film we see how the men, women and children were living. The same is true in most of the world where there is no war. It is hard to say why but I can say that what we see in the film was what the people were living and not the stories of atrocities. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to see something different and it's also one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. I was a bit disappointed with this film because I felt that the documentary had too many stories in it and it felt like they were there but they were not shown. I think that the documentary could have used a bit more music and the use of music in the documentary. I liked the use of music in this film but it was a bit excessive. I would say that I recommend this film to anyone who is looking for a different way of seeing a documentary. I would also recommend this film to people who want to see a documentary that is not about the atrocities of war. I can't imagine anyone being happy with this film because it shows what a people were living back then. It is a very sad and depressing documentary and I think that it is a great documentary because it shows the world and what the people were living in the Kosovo war. This film is not a documentary about war but a documentary about people living in the Balkans.
Thursday, 26 Mar 2020 06:57

There are hundreds of amazing documentaries out there, and this is not one of them. I have watched so many documentaries in my life, but this is by far the best documentary I have ever seen. Even though I had a hard time understanding everything in this film, I still understood the message of it, and the message of the film was true. The film uses interviews from a multitude of different cultures to portray a true picture of what happens in a family, and it is so important. It is not a "happy family," but it's an accurate portrayal of what can happen when there is a dysfunction of any kind. It really shows that the people in your family can be very much like each other, even though they may have a different ethnic background. There are so many other aspects to the film that I have yet to mention. For example, the director did a really great job of making sure that we understood that some of the events that happened in the film were not necessarily in any way related to each other. One of the main points I wanted to make in the beginning of the film is that you don't have to have a family member with ADHD to have ADHD. Just having a family member with ADHD will not make someone have ADHD. If one has ADHD, then their family member may also have ADHD. This also shows that there are other family members that are not related to the family members in a negative way. There is no way to eliminate ADHD in a family. It is not like an addiction. I think the director did a great job of making the film so clear in his message. I would highly recommend that anyone who wants to have a better understanding of what it is like to be in a dysfunctional family, especially a family with ADHD, to watch this film.
Saturday, 21 Mar 2020 03:32

The UK government and its intelligence services are the real enemy. We are being bribed, manipulated and abused by the secret services of the world. Here, in the UK, we are being blackmailed into betraying our most precious and most precious assets: our freedom and democracy. The UK government is simply using the word 'terrorist' to describe a whole group of people and organisations that have nothing whatsoever to do with terrorism. No mention is made of the fact that we have in fact suffered more terror attacks from Israel than we have from terrorism. We are being bombarded with a multitude of 'spin' videos produced by the 'security' and intelligence services of the world. Some of these videos are misleading in so far as they do not show the face of the person they purport to represent, but instead just show footage of the same man (or women) that we see in the videos. These videos are certainly not 'evidence' in any sense. They are merely propaganda and they are being broadcast on many different channels in the UK. The difference between this and a documentary is that the film is made by a UK citizen and thus is being broadcast on British television. They will not be able to 'put the spotlight' on anyone for any reason whatsoever, and in any sense of the word, the videos will continue to 'show' what we are already being told. This is the very definition of propaganda and I can't believe that the government of the UK is not aware of this. What is it with the UK government and their intelligence services? I think it is only a matter of time before the people of the UK start to realise that the UK government is not just using terrorism to get what they want but is using terrorism to get what they want. I am sure that many of the people in the UK will become very aware of the fact that they are being bribed and manipulated by the secret services. If you want to see a documentary that should be seen by everyone, see 'The Big Brother' - a film produced by the UK government. The programme is made by the BBC and has all the intelligence and security services of the world in it. It shows a large number of British people having their privacy invaded, their lives invaded and the way in which they are bribed and manipulated by the secret services. If you don't like the idea of having your privacy invaded then don't watch it. If you are of the view that you want to see the truth then watch the film. My only concern is that people will see this film and then decide to buy and/or rent 'Terrorist Bribes' and 'Terrorist Bribes 2'.


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