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Active Measures

Active Measures is a movie starring Donald Trump, Vladimir Putin, and Jeremy Bash. Russian president Vladimir Putin attacks the 2016 American presidential election in collaboration with the Trump campaign.

Other Titles
Aktīvie Pasākumi: Tramps Krievijas Pavadā, Intrygi - superbron Kremla
Running Time
1 hours 49 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Jack Bryan
Writer
Marley Clements, Jack Bryan
Actors
Jeremy Bash, Vladimir Putin, Donald Trump, Nina Burleigh
Country
USA
Year
2018
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Russian president Vladimir Putin attacks the 2016 American presidential election in collaboration with the Trump campaign.

Comments about documentary «Active Measures» (5)

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James James

After watching this movie I felt that the documentary was so real that it was very difficult to believe that I had been watching a documentary. All I could think about was that I had just watched a movie that I could have been involved in. That was really interesting, and I have to say that I will be looking out for more movies like this one.

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Melissa R.

I think I was 10 when I first heard about the story of WO-a-B-L-K-E-R-I-N-G. The only thing I knew about it was that a particularly awful accident killed a good man, and the police never found the man's killer. It was one of those painful stories that could have been really sad, but was not. The story of WO-a-B-L-K-E-R-I-N-G (the film) gets its start in a C.I.A. station, and by the end of the film I was crying. I felt terrible for whoever died that day. It made me want to live my life to the fullest. I was a 20-year-old girl when I first saw the film, and it gave me a strong sense of what I think it was like to be a 20-year-old girl in the late 1970's. The fact that the film really brought the murder back into the spotlight and brought the man's name to the public is quite impressive. And the fact that there were so many other people out there who thought the same way makes the story all the more incredible. The movie was a good antidote to the way it is presented in the news. It was honest, respectful, and brave. It was a good film, and it can be seen as a true story. There are a lot of great documentaries, many of which are too hard to watch. The sad reality is that most people will never get to see a great story like this on the big screen. It is a truly beautiful film, and should be viewed by anyone who is at all interested in crime or punishment. This is a movie that should not be missed. 9/10

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Steven M.

Overall, the film was very well done and was well told. Having been an undercover cop for the better part of a decade, I was prepared for the reality of the subject matter. There were a few gaps that kept it from being an all out documentary. At one point, I felt that some of the interviewees were doing more talking than they were doing, and there were gaps in what the others were doing. Still, the documentary made a good summary of what actually went on. On a technical level, the film was quite well made and presented. The sound quality was well done and provided a realistic backdrop to the events. The photography was great and the color choices, among other things, were adequate. The editing was pretty good, but it was very well edited to keep it fast and to the point. I did feel that there were a few time jumps in the timeline that took me out of the flow of the story, but other than that, I felt that it was a fairly accurate portrayal of what happened in New York City in the late 1990's. I think that it is also an accurate portrayal of what went on in Oakland, CA in 1997. I did not care for the fact that they were filming in Europe at the same time they were filming in Japan. That was a bit distracting. If you are not a detective or police officer, there is no need to be turned off to this documentary. It is a very well done and accurate portrayal of what was going on in the city of New York in 1997. It is an important, comprehensive documentary that was well done, and well worth your time.

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Willie P.

This documentary shows the real story of how a year of trouble and heartbreak was turned into a journey of hope and redemption for her son. The film focuses on the loss of her husband who was killed in a car accident and her son's difficulties in life. The film is a celebration of the son's life, but also his struggle with addiction, which he describes as "the most important addiction" in his life. She brings the story of this difficult son to life, as she describes her own struggle with addiction. The film also covers the reactions of family members, friends, and law enforcement, and how they reacted to the situation. The film also examines the possible consequences of addiction for a mother and son. As we see the aftermath of the tragedy, we see the weight of her grief, and the man she had to turn to for help, she left behind. The film is an amazing testament to how a tragedy can change lives. If you are looking for a movie to watch, and you don't know what to watch, this is a great choice. You will not be disappointed.

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Ruth G.

I have never liked Tony Blair but I was appalled that the BBC showed it as if it were a documentary, it is not. The BBC is the television equivalent of the CIA. I think the documentary is excellent and I also agree with those who say the BBC is not as impartial as it should be. The interview with the press officer was a very good one. I was shocked that Tony Blair had nothing to say about the IRA, what an appalling waste of his time. I am also shocked that some people still believe that the BBC is unbiased. The interview with the BBC official was very good as was the one with the President of Ireland. I have never seen the film 'The Lobby' but this was a very good documentary. I also agree that the BBC is not as impartial as it should be. I also agree that there are no good stories coming out of the BBC. I am so glad I saw this documentary. I think that the BBC should be a non-profit corporation, like the BBC and CBS.