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Fragments of Truth

Fragments of Truth is a movie starring Georgia Angelopoulos, Jacques Berchtold, and J. Keith Elliott. Dr. Craig Evans travels the globe to track down the most ancient New Testament manuscripts. Along the way, he highlights...

Running Time
1 hours 15 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Reuben Evans
Writer
Reuben Evans
Actors
Jacques Berchtold, Georgia Angelopoulos, J. Keith Elliott, Craig A. Evans
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

Dr. Craig Evans travels the globe to track down the most ancient New Testament manuscripts. Along the way, he highlights groundbreaking new evidence, demonstrating the reliability of the New Testament manuscripts.

Comments about documentary «Fragments of Truth» (9)

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Gregory Harrison

I don't know what people expect from this movie, it's not an Oscar winning film but it's not an expensive film either. It's a collection of interviews with people who are in the know about the topic, for example, the doctors, lawyers, social workers and so on. The videos are accompanied by some excellent sound and music. It's a big effort to assemble this material, and it's not a bad thing, but I feel that this project would be a lot more impressive if it was better organized and if the interviewer's voice is well chosen, for example in some of the interviews it is almost impossible to hear what the person is saying because they are speaking with their lips. It is a pity because I am quite aware of this problem, and I think that this problem is really related to the fact that the interviews are mostly recorded in English, which makes the speech very difficult for us, but that's the only drawback. If it were not for the English, I would have given it a 10, because it's a very good project. The only problem is that it's not possible to discuss many topics with so many people, and I think that's the main flaw, because it is not possible to get a good understanding of the subject. I'm sure that I don't need to mention a few other things, but I will just mention that it's quite difficult to find a recording of the interviews in French, because they are all recorded in English. That's my major criticism about this project. The narration in English is great, and I was amazed to hear the great French spoken by the interviewees, but sometimes it is quite difficult to understand the voices of the interviewees because of the English narration, because it's not very clear. In other words, the narrator is not very clear, and this is something that makes the narration a little bit irritating. The interviews are not very interesting, because they are short and the answers are so often taken for granted. They can be seen as a kind of "getting to know you" process. I feel that they could have done a little bit more with the interviewees, for example to discuss more about the meaning of this film, what it is about, what's the director's purpose, etc. The French film critic that I interviewed really liked the film, but he really doesn't like it because it's not "all about the documentary" and I don't think that he is very familiar with the documentary genre. The interviewees are sometimes very open about their politics, but the French have a very different attitude to this question, that is, when we talk about politics, the French tend to see it in a negative way. They don't want to talk about it because they believe that it's a weakness, or because they don't want to admit that they are political. I think that this attitude has more to do with the historical context of the film, since it was released when the French were still relatively free, and this attitude is more connected to the mentality of the French than

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Michael Vargas

After reading all the reviews for this documentary I was wondering if it would be worth my time. I am glad I was wrong. This film is a must see for everyone who has or has had a personal relationship with someone who has had schizophrenia or someone who has had a similar disorder. I found this documentary really eye opening. I thought it would be a documentary about how difficult it is to get a job and how difficult it is to keep a job and I found myself wondering if maybe these people didn't get jobs because they were so close to what they were diagnosed with. I am now planning to see if I can find a documentary on the same subject. The emotions I felt while watching this documentary are far from the normal. I think this film really does a great job of showing people who have had a mental illness what it is like to live in a constant state of confusion and chaos. This documentary really should be required viewing for everyone who has had a relationship with someone with a mental illness. My rating of this documentary is 9/10.

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Megan

This movie was a very powerful and beautiful documentary. I liked the fact that they got the background of the music industry from the RIAA, it was very interesting to see how they did it. The music industry was extremely interesting. It was a beautiful movie. It is an amazing story about how people went through hell and it's consequences. I recommend this movie to anyone who likes movies about music. There is so much information on this movie, that you have to watch it. It is a very sad story, but it is so interesting. I loved the fact that the main actor and director did not want to do a movie about music, they wanted to make a movie about the music industry. I loved the fact that they got all the music industry people to be in it. They also did a great job with the special effects. The movie is very powerful and it is very interesting. It is not just about music. I highly recommend this movie.

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Carl Sanchez

This documentary is so well done, it makes me angry that this is the only movie I have ever seen that has a scientist give a personal account of his scientific work, and is not a testimonial to the scientific method. I think it is truly an important film to make. I also agree that the movie does not fully portray all the flaws in the scientific process. But I also think that the film does a good job of pointing out the need for open debate on these issues. I think that is really a virtue of any documentary, not just this one.

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Debra

I am not sure how to describe this documentary. I don't think it is a documentary at all. It is like a small piece of history that is really important. The film opens with the construction of the dam and how it turned out. As we see it from the perspective of the workers who built the dam, we see how they were being made to feel, while they were digging the first part of the dam, how they were working on the other side, and how the project was being funded. We also see the view from the people who were on the other side of the project, and see what they were seeing and hearing. The people who worked on the dam also have their own stories to tell. This is a very powerful documentary. I recommend it to anyone who wants to see the real story of the dam. And I would recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about the history of dam construction. It really is a very interesting documentary and a very powerful piece of history.

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Harold

This is a fascinating, in-depth look at the world of UFOs. You would think that this would be a topic that would be studied in academic circles but the subject matter here is far from academic. It's a unique documentary that is in fact a tribute to the human spirit and to the true belief in the paranormal. For a film that deals with UFOs and the paranormal, this is a very enjoyable one. The film is not only interesting, it's also pretty accurate and has some very interesting interviews. It's definitely a must see for those who are interested in this subject matter.

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Julie Pena

This movie is very well made. The story is simple and well done. The focus is on what this man was and what he is. The first thing I noticed about the movie was that it was in color. I did not expect that but the color of the movie helped me more than I expected. It was not hard to see who was who in the movie. If you have never been to Saudi Arabia you might not understand the message of the movie. If you are familiar with the history of Saudi Arabia you will see that the main focus of the movie was about the man who fought in the first Gulf War. The movie does not try to talk about the current situation in Saudi Arabia. It does not try to comment on current events in Saudi Arabia. The focus of the movie is on what this man is and what he has done. This focus is what makes the movie great. I would give this movie 9 stars. I think that everyone should see it at least once. It is an excellent movie and should be shown in schools and universities in the United States. It is well worth the time and money.

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Michael H.

I agree with the majority that this documentary is an excellent and unique look at the lives of a very diverse group of people. However, I do think the filmmakers fell into one trap - they started to tell the story of a man, James D'Amato, and a few women, instead of a more complete and comprehensive look at the entire human race. I don't mean to imply that I don't respect or even like James. I do, I am a firm believer that he is a very interesting and talented man, and I am very proud of him. But the way that the filmmakers made this story about him and the women he met was very dull and lacking in energy. They showed his work and his various homes and other private spaces, but they failed to tell us what happened inside the homes, what he did when he wasn't working, how his relationships with other people were. He just didn't seem to be in a very coherent way, and so the stories that he told were not very compelling. But then, that's what makes documentaries great. They're not really stories, they're just a series of photographs, interviews and other information. It's a great way to tell a story, and the filmmakers did a great job in making it happen, but they did not tell the story of the people in the documentary. This is a documentary about James D'Amato, and the people in his life, but he was not the center of it. I have a different opinion of what is important. I have a different opinion of what's important to me. I don't believe in rules and traditions, I don't believe in what others say or how they think or what they say. I think what is important to me is how I feel, and that's what I've found in this film. And I think that's what's important to all of us.

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Vincent H.

When I first heard about this film, I was looking for a good documentary, and I was really looking forward to this one. However, my mind was blown away by the powerful visuals that this film delivers. I don't want to give too much away, but the entire film has a surreal quality that draws you into the story. The whole process of these people learning about the past is what makes this documentary so special. The documentary does not just focus on the history of this town, but it focuses on what people have learned from that history. It is difficult to talk about the history without talking about the past, and this film takes that process to a whole new level. The way that this documentary portrays the town and the people involved is something that I have never seen before in any documentary. The way that the director explains the history and explains the people who were involved in the history of the town is something that I would never have expected to see. It is something that I would never have thought about, but it is something that I have seen and that I find quite amazing. I love documentaries that present their subjects with the utmost respect and that is what I think that this film did. I feel that this is a must see documentary for anyone who has a love for art, history, or documentary. I think that this film is well worth seeing if you are in the mood for a documentary that focuses on the history of the town of Stanton, Missouri.