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The Last Resort

The Last Resort is a movie starring Edna Buchanan, Susan Gladstone, and Stan Hughes. An uncannily revealing portrait of American photographers Andy Sweet and Gary Monroe and the vibrant community of Jewish retirees they obsessively...

Running Time
1 hours 10 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
History, Documentary
Director
Kareem Tabsch, Dennis Scholl
Actors
Susan Gladstone, Edna Buchanan, Stan Hughes, Mitchell Kaplan
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

An uncannily revealing portrait of American photographers Andy Sweet and Gary Monroe and the vibrant community of Jewish retirees they obsessively focused their camera's lens on in the sunburned paradise of 1970s Miami Beach.

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Bobby R.

The Last Resort is a documentary that documents the 2010 Haiti earthquake. The filmmakers are there, but they are not there in person. The footage is taken from the air and it is difficult to make out what they are saying because they are moving and speaking in English. They are documenting the impact of the earthquake, but they are not there, which means that you have to rely on the audience to translate what they are saying. The interviews are primarily from the international media. The interviews were really good, but it would have been great if the film makers had stayed on the ground and not gone up in the air. This film is definitely worth watching, but it is not a documentary and it does not have the same impact as a documentary does. If you are interested in the disaster in Haiti, the Haiti earthquake, or the political, social, or humanitarian aspects of this disaster, this film is definitely worth watching.

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Kathy

In 1980, the Cuban revolution toppled the dictatorship of Fulgencio Batista. However, the US government did not recognize the democratic process and declared war on Cuba. In the beginning, the US embargo of Cuba made it impossible to import the most basic items, and the government had to import food from neighboring countries. Cuba had to import medicine and medical supplies from the US. The Cuban economy was in a state of constant crisis, and the revolution had to import many items from other countries, such as sugar from the US. This film, written by John McConnaughey, tells the story of a former US army officer who fought the US embargo in the Cuban revolution. After the revolution, he decided to fight the US war in Vietnam. The film covers his experiences in Vietnam, and shows how he was able to fight the war. He was killed in action in the jungles of Vietnam, and he is remembered as a hero in Cuba. The film is very moving and informative, and the story is told very well. It's a good film to watch.

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Jose Montgomery

It's been almost two years since the movie, and there is still a lot to discuss about the controversial events that occurred in September 11th 2001. A lot of people died and this was the catalyst for the attacks of September 11th. In this documentary, director Michael Moore goes behind the scenes and discovers what really happened in the Pentagon. He is joined by the victims' families who want to bring justice to those who were responsible for their loss. Moore is also joined by a few experts to explain what really happened. There is no question that the attack of September 11th was a disaster that left thousands of people dead, including the children of a small town in Minnesota. In the documentary, Michael Moore recounts what actually happened on the Pentagon and the dramatic events that occurred that day. It's a documentary that anyone can watch and understand the history of September 11th. It's not a piece of Hollywood filmmaking, but an analysis of what really happened in the Pentagon on September 11th, 2001. A documentary that anyone can watch and understand the history of September 11th.

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Michael

The story of the death of Michael Jackson and the people who were involved in the disaster is told with a great deal of insight. It is a great story, but one that is very hard to swallow. Michael Jackson died in a tragic and tragic accident, but it is his death that is portrayed in the film. It is not the death of a rock star, but of a human being. I think that the film could have been better, but the important thing is that it is told in a very honest way. You feel for the family and the people involved in the tragedy. You feel the pain and the sadness of those who were affected. It is a very sad story, but it is told with great compassion. I recommend this film to anyone who wants to understand a great human tragedy.

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Jeremy Hawkins

You can't get much more accurate in a documentary than this one. There is no hiding the facts of the Armenian genocide and the Armenians who were forced to go to Europe. The young men who were left behind in Turkey were not willing to go with the rest of the world and many never came back. They were forced to leave their families and their homeland, but they were not willing to abandon their language and their culture. We get a lot of information about the Armenian genocide and the people who survived it. There is some information about the Armenian people that is not true and they were not involved in the Armenian genocide. They were fighting against the Turks. This documentary is very informative. I hope that people will not forget what happened to the Armenians.

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Katherine

I had the privilege of meeting George Galloway in Belfast, Northern Ireland, in June 2005, and I was very impressed with his views and arguments. I must admit that I was somewhat reluctant to see the film as I had heard that it was very controversial, but it was well worth the time spent in meeting Mr. Galloway. In addition to his opinions on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, he discussed his views on the American Civil War. The film was very informative and presented the facts in a very respectful and accurate manner. Although I don't agree with all of his views on the American Civil War, I do agree with many of his points, especially on the treatment of African Americans. For example, he discusses the treatment of African Americans during the Civil War, and the fact that the Confederacy never officially recognized them as American citizens. It was not until 1865 that the U.S. Congress passed the 13th Amendment which included the citizenship of African Americans. This film is a must-see for all Americans and I highly recommend it.

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Christopher Nguyen

This film is a must see for anyone who has ever studied the history of the world. The film contains many facts that may surprise many viewers. It is a must see for those who study history. I highly recommend it. Even if you don't study history, this film will make you think about your own life.

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Howard R.

Although the title is somewhat misleading as it is not a "documentary" but a "film", I feel that the title is very appropriate as the film is based on a true story and the documentary is a fictional account of the events that transpired. I have seen many "documentaries" of different kinds but none that I have seen that is so deeply moving as this one. I have been in Iraq and Afghanistan and have had the opportunity to interview some of the people who have been in these situations. This film is not only a film about the war but also about the people who are involved in the war and the people that are trying to "save" them. The fact that this film was filmed by an American citizen is also very relevant. The real "documentary" would not have been done without the help of an American citizen. The film is based on a true story and it is a very sad and moving story. The film is very well done and I have watched it several times and I will continue to do so. The story is told in a very moving and compelling way and the documentary is very well done. I would recommend this film to everyone.

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Anthony

Well, I can't understand why this film has been put on the list of best documentaries of the year. It was never going to win any awards, but I still enjoyed it. The film is about the life and death of Cuban leader Fidel Castro. It follows his rise to power and the impact that it had on the island and the world. The film covers many aspects of the events, from his upbringing to his struggles with the British government to the final days of his life. As the story unfolds, the viewer is shown the reality of what was happening in Cuba. The music is very moving, and the documentary keeps a straight face while describing the sad story of the Cuban people. It was very well done and was a great way to spend an hour and a half. The only thing that I would change is the ending. I don't think it was done right. It was all over the place and I was really bored with the last 15 minutes. I really enjoyed the documentary and I would recommend it to anyone.

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Megan Chavez

I saw this documentary at the world premiere of the documentary at the National Press Club in Washington, DC. I came away from this with a sense of respect and pride for the filmmakers. Although I didn't understand all of it, I came away with a deeper appreciation for the special work of the film makers and the freedom to express what one wants and the right to tell one's story. I am impressed by the talent of these film makers who have the courage to tell their story, despite the apparent discomfort that comes with speaking up about the issues of the day. The fact that these filmmakers feel that it is important to make this film and that it will make a difference is a testament to their faith in the power of the human spirit. In my view, this documentary is a shining example of what can be done with the power of the human spirit. It is a story that should be told and shared, and one that will resonate with people of all ages. We need to know that the stories we tell and the ideas we have about our world are just as important as the stories that came before us. I also appreciate the fact that the filmmakers are willing to do what it takes to get their message out. It is not something that is done by the government or that the government will be pressured to do. It is just another step in a process of getting this message out. The fact that we are allowed to share this story is a testament to the strength of the human spirit and the courage of the film makers. This is a story that needs to be told and will need to be shared.

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Christina Hayes

I was surprised to find that this movie was released in 2000, but not much else. Not only was the story of the atrocities of the Vietnam War interesting, but the story of the fact that it was done by people from the North who were just trying to survive, was very well done. The story of how the American government and the media covered the war was so unbelievable that I would have preferred it if the media had never covered the war. This movie would have been better if it was made in the 80's. I also felt that the lack of controversy around the war in the media was not the fault of the media, but rather the fault of the people who were covering the war. A lot of people just wanted to make money, and as a result, people did not want to get involved. There are a lot of things that are not right with this movie, but there is one that is not. The thing that I really liked about the movie was the fact that it was a story that everyone could relate to, and that the story was told in such a way that the viewer could not see it as a "one sided" story. The movie is very interesting because it is not a movie that tells you how a certain person died, but rather tells you how a person lived, and how they lived. This is a movie that is very good, but it is also very interesting.

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Jean W.

There's a simple rule for making documentaries. Showing the world how you would like to see it is an important part of the documentary. This film is a good example of showing the world how the world could be, if only we knew how. The world is a beautiful place, but it's a very hard place. You cannot run away from it and you cannot hide. You have to live your life. The last resort is a film that doesn't just show the world how it could be, it shows how it could be if only people would know how. The documentary is a good example of how the world could be if only the people knew how. If only people knew how they could be, life would be a lot better. It's a great film to watch and it's great to think about.

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Anna J.

If you are a person who wants to know more about the history of the Vatican, I highly recommend this movie. It is a must see for anyone who is interested in this topic.

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Jessica S.

I am not a Christian and have no interest in being one. I am a former missionary who was abused in my childhood by a "witch" and my "family" have always been supportive. This documentary follows my father and mother and their journey of healing. They were a part of the effort to have the witch prosecuted. I was lucky to see the documentary when it was made and I felt as though I could relate to the pain and suffering that they had gone through. I could not believe that they had made it to the end. I was amazed and moved to tears. I have read many comments on this film and many people have called it "stupid" and "unbelievable". Well I believe the viewer can judge for themselves. I recommend this documentary to all who have a heart and a desire to heal and who want to learn more about this tragic chapter in our history.

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Jacob

The Last Resort is an eye-opening look at the political corruption plaguing the United States and the so-called "redistricting" process that gives the power to decide the winners and losers in elections. The film is a must see for anyone who is interested in the subject, and it is well-written, intelligent, and fairly balanced in its depiction of the various actors, their respective jobs, and their motivations for participating in this process. The only complaint I had was that I felt it was a little too long, but in any event, this is one that I highly recommend.

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Virginia M.

This documentary is by far the best I have seen about a subject in recent years. It takes a look at the history of the U.S. and Canada's attempt to create a national park in the Canadian Rockies, and the impact the decision has had on the people living there. The documentary also looks at the impact the National Park Service has had on the people who live there, and what effects the decision to create a national park has had on their lives. It is really good, and you really can't help but be moved by what is going on in the documentary. The film is done with great care, and the history and events are presented in a very thorough way, and it is a very engaging documentary. The documentary doesn't gloss over the facts and the history of the park, but it does give a fairly balanced view of it. The people in the documentary are very real and very interesting, and their stories are told with great accuracy. This is a really well done documentary, and I can recommend it highly. If you want to learn about the history of the National Park Service, this is the documentary to watch.

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Anna R.

We saw this movie with a group of our friends and we were surprised at how much we enjoyed it. We were very impressed with the accuracy of the movie. It shows how desperate the situation is in Iraq and how the American soldiers are going to be blamed for the situation. The movie has some great music and the cinematography is good. The movie is not a historical documentary. It is more of a political analysis of how the war has affected the country. The people are not just victims of war. They are also victims of their government. It is a very interesting movie and I would recommend it to anyone who likes to see a movie about the US involvement in Iraq.

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Scott

I saw this documentary at the Chicago Documentary Festival and it made me think about what I did for a living, and how some of the things I did for a living are things that you may not do for a living anymore. I went to university, but now I am in my mid-50's and I had a successful career in the oil business. It is an industry that I could not imagine doing until I saw the documentary. It is a tough world out there, but I would recommend that you see this movie, as I did, and get a better understanding of what you do, and what you are doing, when you are not doing what you are supposed to be doing. The story is also interesting and makes you think about what you do, and how much is more important than what you are doing.

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Brenda

I was fortunate enough to see this film last night at the SF premier of "The Last Resort." It is a powerful film and I believe that it is highly timely. I believe that the author's perspective of the times is incredibly relevant to this day. The movie captures the spirit of the period in a powerful way. While it may not be a "must see" film, it is a film that I highly recommend.

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Carl C.

The Last Resort is a compelling and compelling documentary that I thought would be an interesting look at the human impact on the climate crisis. It's more than that. It's an eye opening look at the process and the hope that the world can overcome the crisis, but not the specific solutions that need to be adopted. The film's theme is "The Last Resort" and it's a place where we all can come together and learn from each other. The movie is well-made, edited, and acted, with the narration by the great American director Robert Kenner. It is the story of the Sierra Club's efforts to convince the world's leaders to take the action needed to protect the planet. The film's director is a former Sierra Club executive and it is an emotional, beautiful, and compelling look at the humanity and its ability to overcome the worst of the crisis. The Sierra Club has many dedicated and dedicated volunteers, and they do a great job. They're extremely good at finding new and creative ways to make the case that the climate crisis is a human issue, not just an environmental issue. I highly recommend this film to anyone, regardless of political affiliation. It's one of those films that everyone can enjoy and can learn from.

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Billy

This is a film that should be seen by everyone, the material was well researched and should be viewed by every American. If you don't agree, see this film, its a great film. I feel as though the film was intentionally being made in a way that would make Americans see the problems the world is facing. The film was made to help Americans understand the problems of the world and it was done in a way that should not be ignored. This film should be made a standard in every high school and college film class. The film is a great documentary. I give this film a 10 out of 10.

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Jessica Hawkins

I am shocked at the number of people who have rated this film with 1 out of 10. It is a truly thought provoking documentary that should be seen by all and should be required viewing for all. The power of the man and the wisdom of the man is so well portrayed that it becomes almost unbelievable. This is an important film to watch and listen to. It should be required viewing for all. The main theme of this film is how human beings have the ability to change the world but we have so much fear in our lives. We are afraid to be brave. Fear is the main reason we have not made the change we so desire. The film is about the New York Times and the fact that it is afraid to change its mind. The film is a MUST see for all.