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Mr. Toilet: The World's #2 Man

Mr. Toilet: The World's #2 Man is a movie starring Jack Sim. Jack Sim, aka "Mr. Toilet," is a crusader for global sanitation. Born in the Singapore slums, Sim knows firsthand the agonies of not having a proper loo. Now he's...

Running Time
1 hours 27 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Lily Zepeda
Writer
Tchavdar Georgiev, Monique Zavistovski, Lily Zepeda, Hee-Jae Park
Actors
Jack Sim
Country
USA
Year
2019
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Jack Sim, aka "Mr. Toilet," is a crusader for global sanitation. Born in the Singapore slums, Sim knows firsthand the agonies of not having a proper loo. Now he's dedicating his life to a crisis no one dares talk about.

Comments about documentary «Mr. Toilet: The World's #2 Man» (8)

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Philip

Mr. Toilet: The World's #2 Man, is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. It is really easy to watch, very nice and fun to watch. It explains a lot about the modern society, and it is a good introduction to the concept of the modern man. Not only Mr. Toilet, but the people who live in this kind of society are really interesting, I know this movie is about the U.S.a, but it is really amazing to see all the people and how everything is organized. The movie is really funny, and it's really worth watching. Mr. Toilet: The World's #2 Man is a really good documentary.

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Amy Greene

If you like to have a good conversation and then listen to them afterwards. this film will get you hooked. It's a little short, but the stuff that's in it is interesting and worth seeing. The folks who are not surprised by the film's quality, will probably find it too slow for their liking, and the average viewer may find it slow and boring, but good.

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Susan Barrett

This is a very interesting documentary, very interesting documentary about the relationship between Australia and the US. You can't see any bias or prejudice. I found the documentary to be very interesting because the subject was so important and interesting to me and that made me really interested in the documentary. If you have the opportunity to see this documentary, do it! I have watched it several times and I really enjoy it.

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Mark

This is a very well-made documentary about the men who are involved in the sport of bodybuilding. It's a fascinating look at the lives of these men, and at the sport of bodybuilding. I think it's a very honest look at the sport, and the lives of these men. The film is very informative, and I think it's a very powerful documentary. I would recommend this film to anyone who loves the sport of bodybuilding, or is interested in the life of these men.

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Raymond C.

I am a VERY liberal person. I even know people who voted for the 2000 Democratic candidate, and the GOP candidate in 2000. However, I'm not a masochist, nor do I engage in physical punishment. So, I couldn't really find much to "get" in this documentary. It's more of a case study in good filmmaking. Many of the people interviewed have been interviewed before, and that's fine, but the real shocker is that they all have the same attitude towards how the world works, and how to do something about it. Many of them are very successful, and even now, some have huge personal wealth. The one thing they all have in common, is a deep-seated contempt for the lives of the rest of the world. That's what makes this a "masterpiece". They're all being interviewed as well as being interviewed. They all have a distinct sense of entitlement, and that's what made it so memorable. Also, most of them are VERY honest. The subject matter was funny, but I didn't see a lot of actual humor in it. The reason this made it better was that you could tell they didn't really care what you thought about them. No one was, and that's why you have a really good feeling about the whole thing. If I'd been invited to the interview, I wouldn't have been able to resist laughing. I also think the documentary was very well put together. I would've enjoyed it more if they didn't just take what they heard and made it up as they went along. They all talk about "the secret" to their success. But then, they all disagree about what it is, and I can see that going into the interview. It's the same with the interviewees. There are a lot of interviews in which the subject is a very famous person. They can tell a great deal about the person, and the way that they are. But if they were in a different interview, you didn't get that same sense of "he's famous" feeling, and that's something you don't get here. That's why it's so good, because it doesn't come from a point of view that is one way. There is a lot of positive attitude in this documentary, and it's not pretentious. If you like documentaries, and you like comedy, then you'll like this one.

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Michelle N.

I am a film buff, and have seen a lot of great films. When I first heard about this film, I was intrigued by the premise, and I wanted to see it. But I had no idea what I was in for. The film is a collection of interviews with celebrities who have spent time on "The World's Most Famous Man." Among the celebrities interviewed are: Leonardo DiCaprio, Shia LaBeouf, Emma Watson, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Brian O'Byrne, Kevin Spacey, Joe Rogan, Seth Rogen, Rian Johnson, Will Farrell, Drew Barrymore, Chris Cooper, and Jerry Springer. Each of the interviews are very thoughtful, and the film is well-acted. The film is engaging, and entertaining, and it tells the story of the rise and fall of The World's Most Famous Man. It makes us laugh, and it makes us think. The film is a lot of fun. It is not a serious film. There are some funny moments, but there are also some very profound moments. This film is great for a film festival, but I would highly recommend you watch it if you get a chance. It is worth your time. I give it a 9/10.

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Donald

This is the kind of documentary that keeps you wondering and keeps you wanting to know more. The best part is that it's only a little bit over 2 hours long. It's so good that I can't wait for it to come out on DVD. I have to say that I am a big fan of Mr. Toilet. I think he's one of the most intelligent and interesting people I have ever come across. The documentary is very well done. I am very pleased that I found it. It is a must see for all of us. I highly recommend it.

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Megan

This documentary takes a look at the life of 'Mr. Toilet', one of the few successful contestants on The Voice America's 100 Greatest Singers. It features interviews with many of the players in the stage show and also reveals the backstage of the show, a selection of music from the show and other backstage interviews. All in all, I thought the documentary was very interesting and had a good amount of information for those who like to know about the show and what goes on. The one flaw I had with it is that it felt a bit "close to home" for most of the cast members, so that made it a little hard for me to get into the show. Still, I highly recommend this documentary.