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(1915) 7.9 89 min 2017

The Work is a movie starring Robert Staedel, Chris Renton, and Brian Nazarof. Set inside a single room in Folsom Prison, three men from the outside participate in a four-day group-therapy retreat with a group of incarcerated men for...

Starring
Robert Staedel, Chris Renton, Brian Nazarof, James McLeary
Genres
Documentary
Director
Gethin Aldous, Jairus McLeary

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Gethin Aldous, Jairus McLeary
Stars Robert Staedel, Chris Renton, Brian Nazarof, James McLeary
Country USA
Also Known As The Work. Almas entre rejas, The work, Mordere i gruppeterapi, The work - gruppterapi med mördare, The Work: gruppterapi med mördare
Runtime 1H 29M
Description Set inside a single room in Folsom Prison, three men from the outside participate in a four-day group-therapy retreat with a group of incarcerated men for a real look at the challenges of rehabilitation.

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Saturday, 04 Apr 2020 16:38

In a time where life, business, relationships, and love are all fast fading away and so are the ideals and goals that were once sacred, the makers of "The Work" certainly know that the old may soon become a thing of the past. And that is exactly why this documentary is so special. While at times the documentary can be a little slow to get going, you quickly become absorbed by what is happening on the screen. "The Work" is not a documentary per se but a depiction of the life of a single father with three young daughters in the 20's. He is a man who has dedicated his life to what he considers to be the highest of ideals; to raise his children in a safe, stable environment. And while this may be the case, the documentary does not make it clear why the father has chosen to raise his children in such an environment. The documentary does a good job of drawing a very interesting picture of how he came to this decision, but it does not tell the whole story. I am sure that many viewers will be lost in the process, as they are simply interested in the details. The documentary does not make it clear to what extent his decisions were influenced by his financial situation, or whether he was motivated by a desire to help his family, or a desire to give his children a better life. All the same, the documentary does provide some insight to the lives of these two men and their children. It shows the real love and care that is involved in their lives. And it does show a glimpse of the things that are left to the imagination of the father. The documentary does not offer any criticism of the father, but rather a look at the lives of the two daughters, who are simply trying to survive in the harsh and harsh world that is becoming increasingly difficult to exist in. They all have good intentions and are doing their best to raise their children in a safe environment. But the documentary shows that there are no guarantees that will keep this from happening. As the documentary ends, the father admits that it is not always the case that he can trust his children. This is not to say that the two daughters do not make good choices. They make some very good choices, and they do make the right decisions. But, ultimately, it is not always the case that he is able to. At the end of the day, it is up to the father to make the right choices and to trust in his daughters. While the documentary does a good job of this, the film itself does not really explain why the father has chosen this. It does not really give him the benefit of the doubt, but it does give him a small piece of advice; "We must go back to work and learn how to survive."


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