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This Changes Everything

This Changes Everything is a movie starring Reese Witherspoon, Mira Nair, and Shonda Rhimes. An investigative look and analysis of gender disparity in Hollywood, featuring accounts from well-known actors, executives and artists in...

Other Titles
Tout peut changer, et si les femmes comptaient à Hollywood?, Gender in Hollywood, Por la igualdad en Hollywood, Hollywood: A Caminho da Igualdade, To zmienia wszystko
Running Time
1 hours 36 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Tom Donahue
Actors
Mira Nair, Reese Witherspoon, Tracee Ellis Ross, Shonda Rhimes
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 investigative look and analysis of gender disparity in Hollywood, featuring accounts from well-known actors, executives and artists in the Industry.

Comments about documentary «This Changes Everything» (12)

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Edward Contreras

I saw this film on the PBS. I really enjoyed it. It shows the daily lives of different people and the impact they have on the world around them. It also shows the difficulties of adapting to a new culture, especially in an economy that is going through a recession. I found the film to be very informative and informative at the same time. I was able to learn a lot about the film makers, the subjects and the society. I was especially interested in seeing how they would adapt to a new culture and how they would deal with the changing economy. I really liked the interviews with the people they interviewed. I was able to learn a lot from them. I really enjoyed the way the film was edited. It really helped me to understand the film better and understand it's point. The film was a great documentary. I recommend it to everyone who likes a good documentary.

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Cynthia R.

I don't know why the ratings are so low. This film is well worth seeing. It is well done, with the right balance of drama and comedy. The director's technique is to have the camera following the actors and let the actors act out their scenes. There are some scenes in which the actors are not in character. If they were in character, they would have been more believable. There is no need to change the characters to make them more realistic. But, this film is a good example of how to make a movie about real life in a realistic way. I would recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about the issues of racism. It is not easy to understand and is not an easy subject to film.

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Nicole Kelly

I'm sorry but this documentary is just awful. The only thing that made me interested in seeing it was the mention of how 'evil' the US was. I never heard of the US until this documentary and I never thought it was that bad. So I decided to give it a shot. I went in with the mindset that it was a documentary about the US and how the US was such a horrible place. I came out of the cinema with a big bag of thoughts and questions. The answers were so complicated that they were left unanswered. The interviews are extremely boring. I don't think there was one person in the cinema that actually enjoyed it. The reason I decided to give this film a chance is because I am a fan of Ron Howard. I thought his film SHERLOCK HOLMES was brilliant and this documentary is an example of how he is able to make films that are truly amazing. The problem with this documentary is that he fails miserably at being able to make a film about the US and how bad it is. Instead he uses a film to help explain how the US is so bad. It's just so boring. The only positive thing I can say about this film is that the clips of Ron Howard are great. I would recommend watching the film in it's entirety.

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Brian

It is clear that the National Rifle Association is a major influence on the filmmakers. They may have a point, but in this case, they are wrong. This is a great documentary and worth the price of admission. If you are interested in gun control, the film will have you thinking and will make you think about the topic for awhile. I think that it is a great documentary. However, the movie is filled with some inaccuracies. The movie is not 100% accurate. For instance, the film does not show that the NRA has no agenda other than promoting their own agenda. They have their own agenda, but that is not shown in the movie. I think that the filmmakers could have used more time to research and researched a bit more. This film is not for everyone. However, if you are a gun owner or you are interested in gun control, then I would recommend this film.

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Ann

I am a gay man. I have been living as such for about 18 years. I have seen and experienced most of the problems that people with disabilities face in our society. I am proud of being an advocate for the LGBT community, and to have a voice. This documentary is a must see for anyone who has lived in a society that doesn't accept LGBT people, and for anyone who has ever suffered from a disability. As a gay man I have experienced homophobia, but never have I felt the pain and isolation that a disabled person must feel. I have seen how our society has hurt my family, and now I want to help. The film is a good representation of what it is like to be disabled, and the treatment that is given to us by our society. I would recommend this film to anyone who has ever experienced the world of disability. This film is not to be taken seriously. The portrayal of disabled people in this film is accurate, and should be viewed as a portrayal of what it is like to be disabled.

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Helen May

I really liked this documentary. I was blown away by the amount of people who came out to support this film. I thought it was one of the most moving films I've ever seen. It's not about the success of the movie. It's about the people that were involved in the making of the movie. It's about the way that a documentary can be made that is both powerful and funny at the same time. The documentary features interviews with actors, crew, and producers. It also features interviews with many of the people who were involved in the making of the movie. This film really made me think about the people that I knew in the film. It made me think about the power of making a movie, and how much people can change for the better. I also thought that it was a really good idea to have some of the people in the movie interviewed in their own words. It was very interesting to hear their stories, and their thoughts about the movie. I highly recommend that everyone see this documentary.

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Olivia

This is an amazing documentary about the importance of the "witness". It shows how the church is the most important witness, and how the Church will go to great lengths to prevent people from going to the witness, even if they believe in God. This is a must see for everyone who is looking for a good documentary about the Bible. You will not be disappointed.

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Madison

This is one of the best documentaries I've seen in a long time. It's been a long time since I saw an interesting documentary on the subject of the environment. I was even more impressed by this one than I was with "The Fog" (also directed by Moore). The fact that this is not a Hollywood-style propaganda piece is what made it so interesting. I would have never seen this documentary if it weren't for it. And I also love the fact that this is a documentary that makes you think, not just get you to go and buy a DVD. I would recommend this to anyone who likes documentaries. If you haven't seen it yet, I suggest you watch it.

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Charles C.

My son and I were very impressed with this movie. It was great to see a documentary that gave us a closer look at the life of a small town and the people who live there. I also enjoyed the fact that it was a documentary that was completely unbiased and without bias. I would recommend this movie to anyone, even if you are not a "rocker".

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Gloria Hansen

The film portrays the great and the good of the Arab world through the eyes of the Palestinians. The Israelis are portrayed as the villain, who have no place in the Arab world. Palestinians are portrayed as the victims, and the Israelis as the hero. The film begins with a series of interviews with Arab leaders, and ends with interviews with Palestinians. The film is a must-see for all those interested in the Arab world and the Arab-Israeli conflict. It also presents a realistic view of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and provides the viewer with the insight needed to understand the conflict.

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Justin R.

I saw this film in the theater and was blown away. The concept is great, but I found the execution to be lacking. The idea of a documentary, however, is a good idea. The film did an excellent job of keeping the audience engaged. It kept me on the edge of my seat. However, I felt that the movie was lacking the dramatic weight that it could have if it were to be a short film. I don't want to sound like a nitpicker, but I felt that the story was a bit lacking in the dramatic aspect. I think the filmmakers did an excellent job of keeping the viewer on the edge of his/her seat throughout the film. I do believe that it was a good film and I think that it should be watched by as many people as possible. However, I feel that it could have been a lot better if it had been a short film. I'm still waiting for the film to be released on DVD.

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Paul

The film, made by the film-maker in the tradition of "The Fog", is a great look at the world of politicians and the decisions they make. It is a thought-provoking documentary that is well-made, with great interviews and some great music by the film-makers. It's an inspiring film that will make you think.