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(835) 7.3 97 min 2016

God Knows Where I Am is a movie starring Kevin Carbone, Matthew Nelson, and Wayne DiGeronimo. Through diary entries, this documentary follows the life and death of homeless woman Linda Bishop and her struggles with starvation,...

Brian Smith, Kevin Carbone, Matthew Nelson, Wayne DiGeronimo
Documentary, Drama, Mystery, Biography, History
Todd Wider, Jedd Wider

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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, Drama, Mystery, Biography, History
Director Todd Wider, Jedd Wider
Stars Brian Smith, Kevin Carbone, Matthew Nelson, Wayne DiGeronimo
Country USA
Also Known As Gud vet var jag är, Luoja ties missä minä olen, Bóg wie, gdzie jestem
Runtime 1H 37M
Description Through diary entries, this documentary follows the life and death of homeless woman Linda Bishop and her struggles with starvation, sanity and God.

Top reviews

Sunday, 31 May 2020 15:56

When you make a movie about the Holocaust, the first thing you have to do is make sure you get it right. This is not only true in this case, but also in the Holocaust. The sole survivor of Auschwitz is shown in a very personal way, and then that personal story is taken to a whole new level when the survivors are interviewed by a very curious film crew. This is a compelling documentary and a very interesting one. The topic of the Holocaust has always been very controversial, but director Jurgen Kalkbrenner does a remarkable job of presenting the facts and showing the documentary-like documentary style. He doesn't show anything sensational, which is a good thing, because that would be irresponsible. He doesn't show anything that could be interpreted as a glorification of the Nazi regime, and he doesn't show any guilt or remorse on the part of the people that were killed. Instead, he shows that the entire camp was a great experiment in science and technology, and the survivors did not see the horrors of the camp for the first time. He does a great job of staying very neutral on the subject, and he does it with great patience, care and compassion. I feel like he has done a great job of keeping the subject neutral, and making sure that he gets the facts right. I have seen a lot of documentaries, and I've seen a lot of documentaries about the Holocaust. This is by far the best documentary I have seen on the subject. In fact, it's probably the best documentary I have seen on the subject. I'm very impressed. This is a very special documentary. I recommend it very highly. I'm a little disappointed that it was made in English. I was hoping that it would be in German, but they didn't bother to make that decision. It's a very good film. A definite 9/10.
Tuesday, 07 Apr 2020 10:52

The movie "9/11" was released in 2002, and the movie is based on a book by Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Robert Parry. The movie was made as a documentary on how the world can be more resilient against a "false flag" event. The documentary shows how the actions of a few people can spark a global response to a crisis. The events of 9/11 are not just an attack on the United States, but also a response to the questions of what is good and evil, or what is right and wrong. To my knowledge, the movie was not well received by the critics and viewers. The movie is shown to be a look into the motives of the people involved in the attack. It also shows how this could lead to more terror attacks in the future. The movie is a mix of facts and fiction. The facts of the story are based on facts. The fictional parts are based on what the actors say. These parts are not based on facts. They are made up by the actors. The movie has a very good message. The movie was a big hit in the film festival circuit, but I was not very impressed by the movie. The movie was interesting and entertaining, but I don't think it was very good. The movie was very well made, and I think it could have been better, if the movie makers would have taken some more time to research the story, and research some of the facts. The movie is a movie about 9/11, and it is worth seeing, but I think that the movie was not very good. It is not a very good movie. It was good, but it is not a great movie.
Tuesday, 07 Apr 2020 09:34

I'm a very open-minded person, and have always enjoyed documentaries about the far-flung people of the world. While not as visually stunning as a Pixar film, I still think this film is extremely important to the history of the human race, and as such, I will not be easily swayed by the generally negative reviews of this film. I am also not in the least bit surprised that the film was banned in France, as the French censor has been known for being incredibly strict on any and all artistic expression. This is no exception, however, and I highly recommend anyone to see this film in order to understand just how much the French have and how much they have banned, and how their censorship is both thorough and sad. One of the most moving scenes in the film is the one with the mother and her daughter, who are suffering from polio, and the daughter's mother (played by Thierry DeWitt) telling her how she was treated by the French government. I was deeply touched by this scene, and the way the French government treated these people was truly horrible. I do not think this film is anti-Semitic, as it is very clear that the French government did not want the people of Africa to have a language that they could not understand, and the French were very strict in restricting the use of the German language to ensure the French could communicate with the German government. I found the film to be very informative and informative in the first place, and in the second place, I think it is very important for everyone to see this film. It should be seen by anyone who is interested in the history of the human race, and anyone who is interested in the far-flung people of the world.

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