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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» (8)

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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.

Adam photo

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.