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(2347) 7.0 140 min 2017

Human Flow is a movie starring Israa Abboud, Hiba Abed, and Rami Abu Sondos. Human Flow is director and artist Ai Weiwei's detailed and heartbreaking exploration into the global refugee crisis.

Starring
Hiba Abed, Israa Abboud, Rami Abu Sondos, Weiwei Ai
Genres
Documentary
Director
Weiwei Ai

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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 Weiwei Ai
Writer Chin-Chin Yap, Tim Finch, Boris Cheshirkov
Stars Hiba Abed, Israa Abboud, Rami Abu Sondos, Weiwei Ai
Country France, Germany, China, Palestine, USA
Also Known As İnsan Seli, ヒューマン・フロー 大地漂流, Ανθρώπινη ροή, Human Flow: Não Existe Lar se Não Há Para Onde Ir, Marea humana, Human Flow - Refugiados, Wedrówki ludów
Runtime 2H 20M
Description Human Flow is director and artist Ai Weiwei's detailed and heartbreaking exploration into the global refugee crisis.

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Monday, 22 Jun 2020 11:52

Over two decades after the end of the Cold War, the aftermath of a multi-billion dollar arms deal with the former Soviet Union continues to influence global affairs, a problem that can be traced back to the late 1980s and the collapse of the Soviet Union. The long shadow of the Soviet Union hangs over the lives of its citizens, and is a source of insecurity for those working in Russia, something that even the country's military is struggling to solve. It is an environment that is frighteningly free of investment and security, and the risks of the world are more serious than ever. The only source of security for Russia is its own Armed Forces. The filmmakers interviewed some of the nation's top military leaders, who share their views about the implications of the Soviet Union's dissolution and the security implications that remain for Russia's soldiers. They spoke about the "military debt" that is still owed by the country to the Soviet Union. These and many other issues are covered in an engaging and informative documentary. It is clear that Russia's Armed Forces still bear the burden of the Soviet Union, as they still carry out the missions of the Soviet Army. However, as the movie shows, this is not an all-encompassing situation, and there are many other threats to Russia's security. The issue of military debt is addressed in the movie, but the discussion about security risks and risks to Russia's economic stability is presented alongside the discussion about the Soviet Union's economic collapse. These topics are very interesting and thought-provoking. Despite this, the movie does not go into great detail about security risks. It does not delve into the topic of the Russian government's responsibility for the defense of the country. The filmmakers did not cover this point, because the documentary did not really cover this. What it did focus on was the "military debt" that Russia still owes to the Soviet Union, and the resulting geopolitical risk of this debt. The documentary did not even go into the topic of a possible Russian military takeover of the country. However, it is still a topic worth talking about. The documentary explores the ramifications of this debt, and in my opinion, it does not go into detail about this topic. However, this was a disappointing omission. I do believe that there are many other issues that this documentary could have covered, and it could have provided much more depth to this topic. Nonetheless, the film does present a very interesting documentary. It is highly recommended viewing, but it does have a few flaws that kept it from being a "10" recommendation. One of the biggest flaws in the movie was the handling of the military debt. The filmmakers did not take
Friday, 12 Jun 2020 20:15

To be frank, I don't know why I went to see this film. The reviews seemed to be all mixed, and it was getting pretty far down the list. I'm glad that I saw it, because the film is actually a pretty interesting look at the world of sex work. The film takes place in two locations, a place in California called Grasslands (a town of about 50) and in Atlanta, where the film is set. The film uses interviews with both the owners and the workers, and for the most part, the film is rather unflinching. The director is surprisingly decent at getting the perspectives of both the sex workers and the people who are willing to look after them. The film also spends a fair amount of time showing the lives of the sex workers themselves, their families and lives. This is really interesting because the film doesn't spend a lot of time showing the sex workers themselves, it's rather focused on how their lives work, and the people who are in charge of them. It's not clear that the filmmakers were trying to show the sex workers as being bad, or immoral, or anything like that, but the film was very frank about the things that made it difficult for them to survive, and the people who were trying to do something about it. The interviews with the workers also help fill in some of the gaps, and also help show that many of the sex workers are pretty happy to have a job, and that they're able to make their living off of sex work. The film is pretty difficult to watch, because the film never really explains much about how the sex workers in the film are able to make their money, and what they get from it. The film is not a particularly deep film, but it's not boring either, the cinematography is really nice, and the film does have some really interesting moments. I would say that this film was very accurate and factual about what it looks like to be a sex worker in the United States, and it also shows the reasons that sex workers feel they have to be where they are in order to get where they are in order to make a living, and to live the way they want. It also helps show that sex workers, like most other people in the world, have real problems, and real problems that they deal with. I think that the film is worth seeing if you're interested in the world of sex work. It's not the most enlightening film out there, and it's not the most creative, but it's still worth seeing.
Tuesday, 02 Jun 2020 08:56

I had heard a lot about the internet being a "death trap" that sucked people into it like they were under the influence of a chemical. Now that I have seen this documentary I have realized that the internet has actually been a great thing in terms of helping people connect to their own happiness and even death. This documentary was good in that it really shows what some people are going through with the internet. Some people talk about being addicted to the internet or getting sick of it or just can't get online. I think what the film shows is that some people get addicted to the internet because they can't stand being disconnected. There are people that go to work everyday and have no clue that they are connected to others. In fact sometimes they can't connect to their spouses or other family members. Some people are so disconnected that they can't even connect to their work. There are people that get addicted to pornography and they are so disconnected that they can't even enjoy the beauty of the internet. The film also shows what people are dealing with when they are going online and how they are connected to a whole new world. I think it is the most interesting part of the film because it shows that what the internet can do for a person is quite terrifying. This film is not for everyone and some people may be turned off by the film and still find it interesting. However, if you are interested in how a person connects with the internet then you should definitely watch it. I think the film is a must see for people who want to understand the internet better. The documentary also shows what people are doing to get online and how they are connected to a whole new world.
Monday, 25 May 2020 06:34

This film is an eye opening look at modern day commercialism and the business of athletes as we would all like to think that is what makes us rich, famous, and successful. It also introduces us to the many benefits we have in the modern world that make it more than a fun day at the office. The film includes interviews with a wide variety of athletes, friends, family, and experts in this field. It also includes interviews with a group of investors who are likely to be among the largest single investors in sports properties. For example, one of the investors, says that the great majority of those invested in sports properties in the last 10 years are big investors. He believes that because of this they will continue to invest in these properties regardless of the financial success of these properties. The film also includes quotes from the men who have made great investments in sports properties. The biggest surprise for me was that he said that the greatest returns come from investment companies in sports properties. The film also includes quotes from sports entrepreneurs such as Mike Bassett, who has made great investments in sports properties and invested in businesses like the International Centre of Poker. He says that when the market goes down and your investment is worth less than a fraction of what it was when you invested, you will sell. That is what happened to Bassett. Bassett has invested heavily in the International Centre of Poker and says that when he sold the casino that he owned, he realized that he had made a great investment. Bassett also says that the most important thing to look for is how much the investment actually is worth, not what it is worth in comparison to other investments. This film was an eye opening look at how sports properties are currently perceived by the general public. However, it is important to note that people in the business of sports have a lot more to lose and are not as charitable as they claim to be.
Saturday, 09 May 2020 01:59

This is a documentary that tells a story. Like many others it is hard to decide where to begin and end, because there is so much of information. However, I would recommend that you begin with the beginning and then move to the end. There are many interesting points to be made, and as you continue you will begin to appreciate how different cultures come together and show you how your life is affected. So many people are denied the chance to see other cultures, but if we look at it from a more comprehensive perspective we find that there are many things that we miss, and it takes more than the opportunity to visit other cultures to understand them. So this documentary is a little bit different. It is mainly about the effects that "American Dream" has on those who have it, but also, how many times we may be able to change our destiny. For those of us who have "American Dream" we have to live up to it, and this documentary has a message that you will appreciate. For those who don't have the "American Dream" there are many things that we can learn, and there are many ways to do so. What I think is important about this documentary is that it is not just a one way trip. It is a journey. It takes a journey, but it is a journey that can help us change our lives. So the title, "American Dream" is very appropriate. It is not only about the dream, but it is also about the power of dreams, and about how we are able to achieve them. I believe that this documentary is very important for all of us, and it is an important message for all of us. I recommend it.
Tuesday, 07 Apr 2020 05:50

I had the chance to see this film at the 2014 Philadelphia International Film Festival. What a surprise! It's one of those films that you have to watch over and over again to really get it. It's a film that is very intelligent and thought provoking, and it's one of those rare films that will stay with you long after the film is over. The documentary, "Flow" follows two people on their journey to move from a large American city to a small village in Europe, where they will be able to live their lives without having to fear for their safety and security. They are currently living in Amsterdam, and they are trying to get to Munich to find a job. However, the bureaucratic roadblocks in Germany make it very difficult for them to get an apartment. And when they finally get to Munich, they find that the whole experience has changed their lives. This film really shows you the ups and downs of living a "non-traditional" lifestyle. One of the downs is that they are treated like "second-class citizens" in Germany. However, the ups are that the people in the village are just as caring and nice as the Americans, and they also are able to get by just fine. They are able to get a job, live with other Germans, and travel abroad. The film is not only funny and thought-provoking, but it's also quite heart-breaking. One of the best parts of the film is when one of the Americans tells the other one how much he misses his dog. And, of course, this film is very informative, and I learned a lot from it. One thing I loved was the photography. It was the first time I have seen an "American film" that was completely filmed in a foreign country. It really helped me understand the culture in Germany. I would definitely recommend seeing this film, it's very good. This film really shows you what the "real" German people are like.
Tuesday, 07 Apr 2020 02:24

There's a whole subculture of fans of the underground Japanese pop/rock scene that exists on YouTube, so naturally there's a lot of criticism of any documentary or interview on the subject. I, like many, felt quite threatened by the people doing the digging for this documentary, with their out-of-context, low-quality footage of each of the artists. I also felt that the person who did the actual filming of the interviewees was a complete jerk, that they made the interviews sound like they were less than good (what, you're a friend of some band's singer, and then you use all his (her) time, and then you edit the footage out of the final product? Not good). I found myself thinking, if only they hadn't found the people doing the digging for this, this might have been a more interesting documentary. They were digging the wrong band. If they'd dug out the heart and soul of a small indie band, it would have been an excellent interview. This is one of those documentaries that's a very, very hard sell. The people who make this work for you aren't bad, but you really have to be in the right frame of mind. You have to believe that the band they're interviewing, and that the music they're talking about is good. If you think they're interviewing a band that you think is good, you might get annoyed. I'm not saying this documentary isn't worth watching. It's just hard to go along for the ride. Some of the interviewees are really interesting, especially the one who found the band. If you're a fan of the underground scene, or if you're just interested in the music scene, this is a good watch.


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