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Black Mother

From red light districts to lush rain-forests, 'Black Mother' is a loving and lyrical ode to Jamaica and its people, a visual poem that is at once deeply felt love letter and ecstatic street-corner prayer.

Running Time
1 hours 17 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Khalik Allah
Country
USA, Jamaica
Year
2018
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about documentary «Black Mother» (17)

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Charles R.

When I saw the trailer for this movie, I was immediately hooked. The concept was intriguing and the trailers and TV spots had me intrigued. I am not a fan of hard core pornography, but I was intrigued and knew that I would like this movie. I was wrong. I have to say that the movie was boring. The storyline was bland, and the characters were bland. It was a waste of my time. The movie was not very interesting and I did not care about any of the characters. I didn't find anything to like about this movie. I gave it a 6/10. I don't recommend this movie. I am not sure what people were expecting when they went to see this movie, but I really didn't care about this movie. I can't believe I wasted my time on this movie.

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Ruth M.

What can be said about this movie that hasn't been said before? The truth is that, for most of its runtime, this film will leave you at the edge of your seat. It will leave you in awe of the creativity and sheer talent that was able to pull this off. I can't think of a single person in this world who could have done better with this story. If you're one of those people, don't miss this one. If you're not, don't bother.

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Debra W.

I thought that this was a good documentary about the difficulties of parenting. The documentary was great. I thought that it was very funny. I thought that it was very important to have a mother who was not always looking over her shoulder. The mother of the son was not always looking over her shoulder and I think that this was a great way to show that the mother is the main focus of the family. The mother also showed how important it is to have a strong and strong relationship with the father. The father was also very important to the family and this is another reason why the mother should not be looking over her shoulder. It shows how important the father is to the family and the mother should not be looking over her shoulder. I think that the documentary is very good. It is a very good documentary that I recommend to everyone.

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Lori Richards

The documentary about the shooting of James Boyd by police in Dallas, Texas. The documentary follows the case, its aftermath and the investigation that followed. It is a good documentary that does a good job of showing the story from the perspective of the victim and her family. I would recommend this documentary for people who have not seen the case before. I would also recommend it for people who have not heard anything about the case. It is not a documentary that tells you the whole story, but rather it tells the story of the events that led up to the shooting and how it affected the victim. I think that the documentary did a good job of showing the case from the victim's perspective, and not from the perspective of the police or prosecutors. I would recommend this documentary to people who are interested in the case.

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Stephanie

Movies that take a look at the lives of people who have gone through hell and back, have it be a tragic, a heroic, or a tragedy of a sort. The life of the war in Iraq. The lives of those who have been turned into zombies, with or without the use of drugs. The lives of those who have been turned into a breed of "Reanimated." What makes it so interesting is the way that the movie shows the lives of the "masses" of these people, and the fact that most of the people are not very happy, and some of them are even scared. The movie focuses on the lives of the soldiers, the doctors, the nurses, and the families. The story of a soldier, he is a true soldier, and the story of a nurse, she is a true nurse, and the story of a family. They are all not very happy, and a little scared. The movie is very moving, and the one who can relate to it the most, the one who is most in touch with the "masses" will be the one who will relate the most. In the end, the movie will be remembered as a landmark in human history. Not a great movie, but a great movie.

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Janet

I found this documentary on YouTube. It's called "Polar Bear". It's about a polar bear that's called "Polar Bear" that's been in the Arctic for 30 years and just recently was put in a zoo in the United States. The documentary is about a group of polar bear researchers that are working to try and find out how it got to the Arctic and how it's doing now. They talk to scientists about what they're doing and why they're doing it and what the future of the polar bear is in the future. They also talk to some of the other people who live near the polar bear in Alaska and Canada. It's really interesting because they talk to a lot of different people and they talk to people who have had encounters with the polar bear. It's really interesting because it's so diverse. It's interesting because you really get a feel for what it's like to live in the Arctic and to be able to travel through the Arctic with the polar bear. You really get a feel for what it's like to be a polar bear and how they're doing. It's also interesting because it's really informative and it gives you a sense of what it's like to live in the Arctic. It's a very, very interesting documentary that's really worth watching.

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Nicholas W.

I was surprised at how much I liked this movie. The story is an eye opener. It takes you on a journey through the history of the world, and the inner workings of the power of money, and how it has changed the world. It's a shame that so many people do not know what is going on in the world. The documentary does a great job of showing you the true story behind the film, as well as how the story is tied to many other documentaries and historical movies. It was also interesting to learn about the history behind the movie. The documentary does a great job of showing you the changes in the world as a result of money and power. The story of how this movie came to be is interesting. I was very surprised at how much I liked the movie. I also enjoyed the actors in this film. The acting was great. I thought they did a great job of portraying the characters. Overall I thought it was an excellent documentary that was worth seeing. It was very informative, and made me understand the things I didn't know. It is definitely worth seeing.

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Elizabeth

A great documentary from the makers of the "The Edge of Love" (2012) about the life of the late actress Joanne Woodward. I was lucky enough to see the screening of this film at the Tribeca Film Festival. I was so impressed by the quality of the film that I am looking forward to seeing it again. This film shows the life of Woodward through a series of interviews and documentary clips. Joanne Woodward's work as a model and actress, as well as her personal life are covered. The film was well produced and the acting and directing were great. I especially liked the interviews with actress Melanie Griffith and former model Victoria Soto. I thought that the film did an excellent job of showing the various stages of Joanne Woodward's life and the various stages of her career. The film also showed Joanne's life as a model and actress through the early years of her career and the years that followed her divorce from Albert Finney. This film was a great personal film about Joanne Woodward. I think it is an important film to see because it gives a great insight into the life and work of Joanne Woodward. I also think that it is a great documentary that will be a great movie to show to friends and family.

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John Robinson

The real and devastating truth of the AIDS epidemic is never made clear. This documentary uses the facts and figures of the epidemic, as well as the anecdotes of the people who have lived with it, to portray the overwhelming horror that the disease has inflicted on the world. The film is well-paced and follows the stories of people who have been affected by the disease, as well as those who have not, to show how terrible it is. The film uses the plight of those who are already living with HIV, and the real horror of AIDS to show how a disease that is so easy to get, has been used as a tool for discrimination and social exclusion. It is a powerful, powerful film, and I highly recommend it to anyone who cares about the subject.

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Elizabeth

I am a huge fan of Ed Harris, and have been for years. I am also a big fan of film history. However, I have never heard of Ed Harris until I was browsing the Netflix library. I have never heard of him before. This documentary was amazing. He does an amazing job of explaining the story of the film. The interviews were great. The best part is when Ed Harris talks about the making of the film. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who is a fan of the film. I am so happy I found it. I would love to see the movie again.

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Patricia N.

An interesting documentary about the infamous 'Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo' that was set up to remove the children of the violent New York families that were being terrorized by the New York Police Department. The documentary is not overly graphic, and contains very few explicit scenes of violence. The story behind the film is also interesting, but not as well-developed as the film. The film is very well-made, and is very well-edited. The film is narrated by the director, and the main character, who is a journalist, is interviewed by the director at some point. The documentary is very well-done, and is well-made.

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Roger B.

This is the first time I've ever written a review for a movie. But I'm so glad I did! This movie is very well made and the cinematography is very beautiful. It is also very well-made, but the movie is just about the woman who lived there, and it doesn't tell you much about the history of the town or what it is like today. If you want to know more about the town and its history, you'll have to read a book. But I would say this movie is a great introduction to the town and a great movie to watch on a rainy day. You can't go wrong.

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Christine Perry

I was lucky enough to catch this film on Sundance, and I'm glad I did. It's a powerful documentary that tells the story of a local women's prison in South Dakota. The film follows the efforts of two women, one a lesbian, and one a woman who's been incarcerated for 15 years, who have been fighting for their right to get the "Mother's Day" title, and have been fighting for their own liberation. It's a compelling story and an eye opening one, and I recommend it to anyone with an interest in the women's movement. It's not an easy film to watch, but it's worth it.

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Margaret R.

This documentary takes a look at the story of the first large scale nuclear bomb test in the Pacific Ocean. The test was carried out in the beginning of the Pacific War and marked the beginning of the end for Japan. This film is very realistic and does a great job of showing the violence that the bomb brought. The documentary includes interviews with both survivors and people involved in the bombing. It also includes interviews with the Japanese government, the scientists, and the politicians. The documentary shows that while the government was trying to contain the explosion, it was trying to hide the truth. The documentary is very informative and helps to explain the insanity that took place during the bomb test. I was very surprised to see that the documentary did not include the Japanese people. I thought that the documentary was very educational and I would recommend it to anyone interested in the subject.

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Bobby

This documentary is great for fans of classic rock. It gives a brief history of the band, its members, the many film clips, and the many songs. It's also an interesting look at the band's personal lives. As a fan of the band, I'm glad to see that the documentary is now available on DVD, and I highly recommend it.

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Marie Montgomery

This documentary follows the journey of "The Black Mother" who was forced to give up her children in order to survive. Her children were taken away from her by their own parents when they were born, and she has never been able to see them again. She also had to pay $30,000 for the adoption of these children. This documentary documents the court case that eventually led to her being able to see her children again. She also shares her experience with the kids, and her relationship with her daughter. The film is well-done and gives a very human view of the case. Although I have never been a fan of adoption, I am glad that the film did not glorify the adoption process. It was very real and real enough to be disturbing. This film was a very good movie that will make you think about adoption. I give it a rating of 8 out of 10.

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Craig Stephens

This film really is great. The time of the film is the early 90's and the best part of the film is the interviews with the child who was abused and the mother who was also abused by her husband. There are some other documentaries out there that focus on the case, but this is a very interesting and detailed one. The film shows the effect of the abuse on the child and the mother and how it affects her. The film shows the abuse, but also shows the mother's reaction to the abuse and the effect that the abuse has on the child. The film is very good and I highly recommend it. I recommend this film to everyone, even if you don't know much about child abuse. It is an excellent film.