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(831) 7.6 100 min 2019

Ask Dr. Ruth is a movie starring Susan Brown, Jonathan Capehart, and Ari Einleger. Charting the incredible life of Dr. Ruth Westheimer, a Holocaust survivor who became America's most famous sex therapist.

Starring
Leora Einleger, Ari Einleger, Susan Brown, Jonathan Capehart
Genres
Documentary, Biography
Director
Ryan White

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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 Ryan White
Stars Leora Einleger, Ari Einleger, Susan Brown, Jonathan Capehart
Country USA
Also Known As Tish'alou et Dr. Ruth, おしえて!ドクター・ルース, ¿Necesitas una terapeuta sexual?, Amerikas sexguru nummer ét, Demandez au Dr. Ruth
Runtime 1H 40M
Description Charting the incredible life of Dr. Ruth Westheimer, a Holocaust survivor who became America's most famous sex therapist.

Top reviews

Friday, 19 Jun 2020 05:03

I've heard about this docudrama for a long time. It's fascinating, although not everything is that great. I agree with many of the points raised, but I don't really feel comfortable talking about this film, especially not to my friends. I'm not sure I want them to see it. I also don't think I want my friends to see it. I think it's a good movie, but I have a different opinion on this film than some people. Some of the points made are absolutely absurd, and I can see the appeal of this docudrama. I'm not sure what to make of it. It's a very personal movie about a very personal subject. If you are into this kind of thing, this docudrama will be a good one to watch. If you are not, you probably won't like it. You will either hate it or love it. I have to say though, I think it's a very important subject, and I would recommend it. But I would have liked it if it was more about the subject, than about the actors. I would have liked it if it was about the actors. It's the actors, that make it interesting. I don't know if the filmmakers wanted to give an accurate picture of the subject. I think it's much better than this. I think they could have made a much better documentary. I think it's great, but I don't think it's great. I think it's interesting, but I'm not sure I really like it. I like the actors, I think they are very good, but I don't think I like this film. I think it's a very good movie, but I don't really like it. I would say that the actors do a great job, and I would recommend this movie to everyone. But I don't think I'm sure I would recommend it to my friends. I would say that I'm giving it a 8/10. That's not a good score, but I think it's a good movie. Maybe I would give it a 10/10, but I'm not sure that I would.
Wednesday, 13 May 2020 01:49

This is an interesting documentary about the movement to end abortion. It's about the experiences of Dr. Ruth. She was the head of the Planned Parenthood of the Carolinas for 30 years. She was a strong supporter of abortion rights and the legality of abortion in the United States. She's a strong supporter of the legalization of abortion. Dr. Ruth was the first woman to fight for the legalization of abortion. I have to say that she is an extremely interesting person to watch. There are some moments in the documentary that are extremely disturbing and interesting. For example, there's a scene in which she gives a speech at a pro-choice rally. The speech was very emotional and her voice is shaking. She's crying so hard that it's hard to hear. I think that was very moving. There are some scenes that are very graphic. I think that's one of the best parts of the film. I think the graphic scenes are very effective because they make it seem like abortion is an easy way out for a woman. The graphic scenes really show how easy abortion is to obtain. The last part of the documentary is very graphic. There's a scene where she gives a speech to the Planned Parenthood. The scene is really violent and I think that's because it was really difficult to see what happened to Dr. Ruth. She was really raped and killed. I think that was very graphic. I think that's really powerful because it shows that abortion is a very hard thing to get over. I think that this documentary is really good because it shows that there's a lot of misinformation about abortion that's out there. People have a lot of misconceptions about abortion. I think that people who have seen this documentary will really appreciate it. I think that it's very educational and entertaining. I think it's a really good documentary.
Sunday, 03 May 2020 04:16

It is sad that so many people have been seriously affected by this epidemic of illegal abortion. However, when we consider the fact that the deaths of thousands of women in the United States are not included in the statistics, it is easy to see that abortion is not the only cause of the death of these women. It is also clear that the reason many women become pregnant is not because they want to become pregnant but because they are coerced into having an abortion by their friends, their family or by their doctor. When a woman becomes pregnant and it is not a woman that is trying to get pregnant but her doctor, it is very difficult to see that she could not have been coerced into having an abortion. In this movie, Dr. Ruth (Gloria Reuben) interviews many women who have been the victims of abortion. She finds out that their families did not want them to have an abortion and that they did not want the child to be adopted. The reason they had to have the abortion is because they were poor. In a country with so many people living in poverty, it is very difficult for a woman to have a child, let alone a child that is going to have a great future. She finds out that the women who have been abused or murdered by their husbands are the ones who have had an abortion. Some of the women are afraid to tell their stories because they think they will be accused of being "anti-abortion". It is obvious that the majority of these women were not "anti-abortion" but rather were afraid of the consequences of a pregnancy that has been brought to term. When a woman knows she is pregnant she is scared and she is afraid that the baby she is carrying will be killed or left behind. It is very difficult for a mother to raise a child, let alone a child who is going to have a great future. The movie is very interesting, and it is sad that the situation in the United States is that many women are dying because of abortions and that many of them are forced to have abortions. I hope that the government will stop funding these abortions and that abortion will be illegal again in the United States.
Monday, 27 Apr 2020 22:45

Dr. Ruth, a professor of neurology at New York University, has become one of the most prolific and influential voices on the subject of music in America. She has written books on the influence of rock on society, music as a means of communication and, of course, on the subject of her own father, who, she says, was a scientist in the 1940s who, like so many of us, has been turned off by the dangers of television. It's easy to see why she has become a fixture of television and, in the early 2000s, she was the subject of a documentary on the TV show "On the Air" (not that I watched it, but I found it interesting). A few years later, she joined the board of a foundation that raises money for music education in New York. There's a lot to admire in Dr. Ruth's approach. Her book "Facing the Music: A Child's Guide to Rock and Roll" is a fascinating document of the child's development of his/her musical talent and what she/he thinks of the experience. Dr. Ruth's interviews with children are compelling, and I think her point is well-made. Unfortunately, I think that she exaggerates the role of television in the child's life. For instance, her discussion of how the television helped her and her friends create a music band was presented as if it were a conventional, "manifesto" about the importance of music. It's not. The important thing is that she has taken her story to the public, and this is where she does some of her best work. Dr. Ruth is not one of the great advocates of rock and roll, nor is she an idealist. She is a self-described "miserable old granny" who lives in a world that has not been shaped by rock and roll, and her point is that if we give up our "pearls" we will never be happy. So, it's easy to see why she gets upset when people say that the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame should nominate some young artist for the honor of being inducted. She is clearly in favor of the Hall of Fame, and I think she's being reasonable. But that doesn't mean that she's right, and I would have preferred to see a rock and roll historian make the case that the Hall of Fame was a complete waste of time. Dr. Ruth's talk with the children was a fascinating document, but it was presented in a way that seemed like a documentary, and this left me with a feeling that she was being overly dramatic, especially when she seemed to have a problem with her children, who expressed a lot of anger at her for not helping them to develop their musical talents. I think that, had she done more interviews with young children, she would have found a lot of common ground with these children, and that she could have provided an entertaining documentary about the experience of a child growing up in a musical environment, and the impact of music on his/her life. In the end, the documentary is good, but it is not the best that Dr. Ruth has written. I'd rate it a solid eight out of ten.
Wednesday, 01 Apr 2020 09:55

Dr. Ruth (Anne Heche) is an osteopath, a specialist in the treatment of bone disorders. She's one of the most respected and respected physicians in the country. But Dr. Ruth has become one of the most vilified and hated doctors in America. Dr. Ruth has become a punch line of late. She's the target of some of the vilest, most vicious attacks. She has a well-documented history of sexual harassment, sexism, racism, and other misdeeds. And now, her own medical license is on the line. She is the subject of a documentary that's airing on TV this week called "The Truth About Dr. Ruth." I was intrigued to see this documentary. I was intrigued to see how this documentary would go about trying to expose the people behind the scenes that made Dr. Ruth such a bad doctor. This documentary is really interesting. I really liked it. I thought the film really did a good job of making Dr. Ruth's life and her role in the medical profession as a villain. I thought the film did a good job of showing how Dr. Ruth was vilified, and why she was. This is a really interesting film, I would recommend it to anyone who is looking for a documentary that shows the things that have been going on in America lately with people like Dr. Ruth. I think this is a really interesting documentary, I think it really does a good job of showing what has been going on, and why Dr. Ruth was such a villain in the medical profession. I think it's a really interesting and interesting documentary, and I would definitely recommend this to anyone who is looking for a documentary to see.


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