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When Lambs Become Lions

In the Kenyan bush, a small-time ivory dealer fights to stay on top while forces mobilize to destroy his trade. When he turns to his younger cousin, a conflicted wildlife ranger who hasn't been paid in months, they both see a possible lifeline.

Other Titles
Oroszlánokká vált bárányok, När lammen blir lejon, Kiedy owca staje sie lwem
Running Time
1 hours 19 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Jon Kasbe
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «When Lambs Become Lions» (22)

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I'm amazed at the reviews here. This is one of the best documentaries I've seen in years. It's a very important story and it needs to be told.

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Janet B.

I watched this movie, and it was just wonderful. It is my favorite movie of all time. It is definitely a must see.

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I'm not a big fan of John Grisham's novels, and am also not a fan of documentaries. In fact, I didn't even read the book until recently. I just thought it would be a good time to watch it and get some insight into the story of Hannibal Lecter, but to be honest, it's a lot more enjoyable to watch. I liked this movie, but it doesn't have a great plot. It's also very confusing. It's almost like you're watching the movie backwards, which is very hard to understand. But if you can manage to understand the plot, you'll find it fascinating. I think the best part of this movie is the interviews with the cast and crew. This is a movie that you'll probably want to watch at least once, because it's very interesting and informative. I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to know more about this famous man, because I think this is a must-see.

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This film focuses on the relationship between family and children, and the need to control them. There are many scenes that are pretty touching and one of the best parts of the movie is the two children's relationship with each other. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in how we, as a society, treat our children. The film was well-written and directed. It is not a documentary, but it does depict how children are treated, and how the parents view their children. I give this film an 8 out of 10.

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Well, it's a sad fact that when a movie is a true master piece of cinema, that movie is not going to go down as the master piece of cinema. This is a true master piece of cinema, which gives you the whole idea of what it was like to be a prisoner in the concentration camp. It's a sad and disturbing thing that this movie was made and that it is now used as a political tool. What I liked about the movie was that it depicted what it was like to be a Jewish prisoner. In many ways, the movie was a tragic portrayal of the fate that Jews were put into. The movie is based on a book by the late writer Paul Schulberg, which was adapted into a play. It is really sad that the movie is being used to manipulate the American public and to smear the movie. It was a great movie, but I would like to see it made available for free. In the end, I am sorry to say that this movie will be remembered as a political tool.

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Kyle Carpenter

What a film. What a man! The last few months have been a journey of discovery. We are all going to have to find out ourselves what makes us tick and what makes us different. I think we are going to need a lifetime of self-discovery. It's too late for us. But it's not too late for us to make sure we never do or say something that could hurt someone's feelings. How many people have felt threatened by a stranger? I can imagine that many of us have been. I was the target of an unwanted pat on the back when I was young, and my Dad made me promise not to have sex with my girlfriend. I would have, but I would have done it anyway. The film shows us how the abuser takes control of our lives, and how we are in control of our own lives. How many of us have the gift of the ability to choose our own fates. We are the ones who have to make the decisions, and we can't control other people. I've learned that as I've come to terms with my own choices. It's scary and it's liberating. I was so shocked at the thought of someone being so disrespectful. How many of us would not have been willing to stand up to that bully. I hope that the film will be seen by as many people as possible. I know it will, because I have seen it with my wife. We have been sharing it with people who have not seen it. I think it's going to get out to a lot more people. I hope the film has the impact it deserves. I can't wait to share it with people. I hope we all have the chance to learn more about ourselves and our potential for change.

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You should definitely see this film if you are a horror film fan or are interested in the subject of serial killer films. If you are not a horror film fan, you should probably not see this film. The film is a biographical account of serial killer Anthony Sowell. His relationship with the media and society is what makes the film interesting. Some people would not appreciate this film as it is a very graphic depiction of the act of serial killer. The film is a must see for anyone interested in serial killer films. The documentary is almost 2 hours long, but it is well worth it.

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Carl H.

One of the great things about movies is how they draw us in and stay with us for years after we've seen them. There are lots of great films that were made in the last few decades. I would recommend the 'Aliens' to anyone who's seen it, but I'd also suggest that everyone who hasn't seen it watch 'Lambs Become Lions'. It's a very good documentary about the making of the 'Aliens' and the 'Lambs Become Lions' and a fascinating look into the making of 'Dirty Dancing' as well. The plot is interesting and at times hard to follow but the film is fascinating and there are some great behind-the-scenes stories and great moments that I found to be very inspiring. In the end I'd recommend it to anyone who's interested in the making of 'Aliens' and 'Lambs Become Lions'.

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There are two aspects of this film that are not well understood. One is the interplay between these two writers, the other is the lack of clarity of the information on the subject of Hannibal Lecter. These are two aspects of this film that are not well understood. It's difficult to explain how to create a story with characters, in this case a serial killer, in the style of this movie, or how to explain the entire plot, which is quite an extensive and complex. The difficulty in explaining these two aspects of the film is not unique to Hannibal. It's a common mistake in many movies. The film focuses too much on the "horror" aspect of the film. It's the only part of the film that is enjoyable. The only reason to watch this film is to see how the writer creates the story. This is where the strength of the film lies. The writing is not up to par with other films of this type. It's not an award winning film, but it's very good. It's worth watching. There are many great films that could have been made with the same plot. It's not perfect. But it's a solid film that is worth watching.

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Ruth G.

This film is such a revelation to anyone who has had or is experiencing abuse. The main message is that abuse is real and that it is not just about a person or an organization. I would recommend this film to anyone and everyone.

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Adam C.

Lambs become Lions is a documentary about the role of the public library in American society. We see the story of three library workers as they are let go and the day they are fired is one of the most shocking moments of the film. The actors are engaging in their roles and the camera work is very effective. I'm not sure how many people will agree with my assessment of this film. However, it's certainly worth seeing.

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Harold C.

I'm a big fan of Thelma and Louise. I was saddened when they were forced to kill each other in the end. In this doc, producer Vincent Landy tells the story of how they came together and eventually became enemies. Thelma and Louise are the subjects of the film, and it's obvious that Landy is not shy about what they were all about. He interviews actors, director, and even the brothers themselves. The story begins with Thelma's tragedy in a very interesting way. She's the one who took care of Louise, and who she thought was there for the long haul. Landy and crew quickly discovered that this wasn't true, and it was a heartbreak for the actors. She was actually there for the money, and in the end, she and Louise had the worst of all worlds. It's sad, because Landy was able to capture this side of Louise that was never seen before, and made this the best doc on her career. It's so sad to see a beautiful woman like Thelma go down this road. It's a good film, and Landy has done a great job with it.

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Brittany Marshall

This documentary is absolutely a must see for everyone. From the first minute I sat down in front of the television, I knew I was going to watch a great movie. I'm going to go out and buy the DVD immediately, and I'm going to show it to my friends. The great thing about this documentary is that it is very entertaining, and it gives you information you never knew about animals, or maybe you have, but you don't know about. In this documentary you will see some shocking things, but I don't think you will be shocked. This documentary is very interesting, and you can learn a lot about animals, and it's also very funny. The way it is put together is fantastic, it makes you feel like you are in the movie, and the way the director used to be a zoologist, makes you feel like you are right there with them, you know exactly what is going on. I have to say, it's a must see, because it is a great documentary, and it's entertaining, and it's so good, that you will not be able to take your eyes off the screen. This documentary is amazing, and I recommend it to everyone. It's a great movie, and it's a must see.

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Crystal S.

The movie was so moving and very inspiring. I was sad to see the movie end but I really felt it was a life lesson. I cried a lot during the movie and I didn't know how to describe it. I felt so sad and so proud to see this movie and to learn from the animals that they are truly special and they need to be protected from other animals. I can't say enough about the movie. I will be watching it again and will buy it when it comes out. The story of how they became this animals is amazing and amazing. I really loved the way they made the movie and I really loved it. I really hope the movie comes out on DVD and will watch it over and over again. I hope all the people who watch the movie will learn a lot from it. Thank you for showing this story to us. I have to say thank you to the people who made this movie. It really changed my life and made me realize how important it is to make people proud to be a part of this world. I hope the movie comes out on DVD so I can buy it.

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Lambs become Lions is a moving and moving depiction of the horrific conditions of prison life in the early 1980's in Louisiana. It is a film about what happens when a prison goes out of control. The filmmakers are not interested in revenge or vengeance, but in the survival of a society and the human spirit. They are not trying to justify the actions of any of the prisoners, but are instead trying to show the lengths people will go to to keep their families together. If you are a prisoner or a parent of a prisoner, this is a must see. It will touch you and make you feel for the people in this movie.

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Deborah Little

I really enjoyed this documentary. It was good, interesting, and an overall good movie. The best part of the movie was the characters, which really made the movie interesting. I think they were a little cliche, but it was still entertaining. The character development of the characters was really good, and I think they did a really good job with the movie. I think the movie was really good, and I definitely recommend it.

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It was my first ever documentary and I have never ever felt like I could have done a better job. I feel that this documentary touched the hearts of many people that they may have never had heard of before. I also feel that the documentary was an amazing story and the director should be congratulated for that. I would also like to say that I would like to thank everyone involved in this film for their dedication and hard work. It was great to see the people that you know and love and how they have changed their lives for the better and I feel that this film will be an influence in many people's lives.

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Joyce Medina

I would have to say that this film was a wonderful depiction of a time in history. This film, to me, represents the worst thing that happened to humanity and its government. What is going to happen in the future to us is a very real and scary thing. A lot of the things that are happening to us now are actually the result of government policies. The government is simply trying to control the masses and make sure that they will do what it wants. If the government really cared about the people, they wouldn't be doing what they are doing. It's only about power. They are making it very difficult for us to have freedom. The government wants us to believe that we should not speak our minds, and that we should not have a voice. The government is trying to keep us quiet, to keep us quiet. It's all about keeping us quiet, and if we speak our minds, we will be silenced. We are all being manipulated and controlled by the government, and we have no way of knowing that, but we have a very good chance of knowing. That is how the government will keep us quiet. It's very scary. The government is trying to control us by making us think that we are stupid and dumb, and that we are not capable of thinking for ourselves. I think the government should be ashamed of what it's doing to us. It is the most important thing that I can say about the government, and I'm sure many people will agree with me.

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I've seen many documentaries about the Civil Rights movement. I'm not going to argue that "the end justifies the means", but the rightness of the movement is beyond question. "Lamb's End" has it all. It is the perfect blend of humor and realism, and the depiction of the complexities of the civil rights movement is both instructive and uplifting. The theme of the film is the importance of individual responsibility and responsibility of others. In addition to this, it is very honest about the shortcomings of the government and how it manipulated the media. This is a very valuable film, that will certainly make you think.

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The way this film was made is amazing. It was hard to see this film at first because of the low budget, but the film is a true story. I feel that the actors did a great job portraying the emotions of the characters. I can't wait to see this film again when it comes out on DVD. I love this film so much!

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I saw the documentary on the HBO channel on Thursday, and thought it was very interesting. It really explains the origins of the practice of "bulletproof" vests, and shows the lengths to which the military goes to ensure that their soldiers are as safe as possible. The only thing that seems to be missing is a couple of "B" ratings for the guys who designed the suits. But, it's definitely worth a look.

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Amanda Berry

The guy who gave us the infamous "I'm sick of the violence" quote, has done an excellent job of telling the story of how much the production cost to make the film. His introduction and the problems that arose were excellent. He's definitely a good filmmaker and would make an excellent choice for an assistant director in a short documentary. If you can only find the DVD on a local TV channel, watch it and then buy it, it will make a great gift.