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Love Goes Public

Dropout rates skyrocketing. Crime-ridden hallways. Drugs and teenage pregnancy rates rising. A revolving door of faculty and staff. An all-too-familiar American story, especially in Alabama's "Black Belt" where failing schools, systemic poverty, and a deficit of hope are as common as summer humidity. A decade ago, however, an unlikely, under-resourced, unprepared principal was asked to rescue a high school from chaos and closure. Principal Brelinda Sullen relied upon the two things she knew best: her own story and her deep faith. Filmed by an award-winning Cinematographer, Oscar-winning producer, and an executive producer with 40 years working alongside students, volunteers, and communities, LOVE GOES PUBLIC is an inspiring American story of what happens when a person's passionate faith meets a community's desperate need.

Running Time
1 hours 8 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Jason S. Edwards, Kevin J. Flannagan, Ryan Wise
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Love Goes Public» (6)

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Diana J.

There is no other documentary film like this one. It is the best of its kind. It is not about the people, the conditions or the politics, it is about the people and their emotions. The film was made to inspire the public to stand up and take control of their lives. This is the power of the people and it is not just a documentary, it is a call to action. The audience, the people, need to know that they are not alone and that they have the power to make a difference in their own lives. In the end, this is a great film that should be seen by as many people as possible. This is the most powerful documentary I have ever seen and should be viewed by everyone who is thinking about a change in their life. I believe this film will inspire many people to take action in their own lives. The film is about the power of the people and how the people can make a difference in their own lives. There are so many things that can be done and are being done but these people need to get out of their comfort zones and get involved. Please see this film. It is a very powerful film. It has great messages and also has great action. The power of this film lies in the message and the action it produces. I believe this is a great film and I hope it inspires as many people as it did me.

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This documentary tells a very powerful story about how the media and corporate interests have corrupted the truth of what happens in our lives when we are using the internet. The documentary begins by highlighting the horrendous changes that have taken place over the past decade and the way that the corporate media and politicians have completely corrupted the truth and the facts of what happens when we use the internet. I found this film to be very moving and very powerful. It is also very funny and the film makers are very funny and they also show some very sad moments in the film. I would recommend this documentary to everyone. You will never look at the internet the same way again.

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Timothy P.

I was deeply moved by this film. I've always been a big fan of what it takes to make a documentary, and this film proves it. The camera work was outstanding, the editing was superb, and the narrative was compelling. I was especially impressed with the way they managed to get the story across in such a short time. The audience was able to fully understand the complex issues of the subjects, and the use of humor, humor, and humor. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to know more about the causes of homelessness, or those who are experiencing homelessness. I was especially touched by the way they showed the struggles of those who are dealing with mental health issues, and the hardships of having to come to terms with the loss of a loved one. It was amazing to see the struggles that they all went through. I think everyone should see this film.

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Juan F.

I've seen this documentary many times, and I can't help but wonder why it hasn't gotten a wider audience. What a shame. It's a must-see for anyone who is interested in social justice, and also for anyone who is a fan of documentaries. It is so compelling, and so very well made. I highly recommend this film. I think it's a great idea to make a film like this, because it shows us that we are not alone in our struggles, and that we can come together and fight for our rights. I don't think the documentary would have been as powerful if it wasn't for the great acting by the entire cast. I don't know why this film is so overlooked, because it's so important. I hope this film gets the attention it deserves, and I hope it will be seen by as many people as possible.

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I grew up in the 1980s, and my father was a Chicagoan. When I saw this film, I realized how much I had missed. It was an eye-opening and eye-opening experience. What I saw in this film was a glimpse into the realities of "real" people. The racism of people of color in the south, the racism of gays in the 70s, and the homophobia of white people in the 80s. The struggle for civil rights and gay rights were never addressed as openly as they should have been. This film was important to me, and I was happy to see it go to print.

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Louis Schneider

In the movie, "Going Public" David Ogden Stiers and I agree on one thing: we are all in on the "GMO" cover-up, and the film is right about that. I think the press has done a good job covering the "gmo" cover-up, and I have no doubt the filmmakers have a solid documentary. The problem is that the movie is about the GMO cover-up, and is not about the real threat to public health and safety. They just happened to pick a few key issues to work on. They did a great job on showing us the anti-gmo lobby, but the real threat is the hidden collusion among the food and ag industries. I love food, I love the farmers, I love the food processing industry, and I love the food scientists, but I cannot stop thinking about the power and influence the chemical companies and the food industry have over our politicians, and the people who eat it. The film is great, and I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the real threat to public health and safety.