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Circles is a movie starring Eric Butler, Mercedes Morgan, and Ted Quant. A Hurricane Katrina survivor works to keep Black teenagers in school in Oakland, California. But after his 15-year-old-son gets arrested for a crime he didn't...

Running Time
1 hours 22 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, Drama
Cassidy Friedman
Mercedes Morgan, Ted Quant, Eric Butler, Betsye Steele
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A Hurricane Katrina survivor works to keep Black teenagers in school in Oakland, California. But after his 15-year-old-son gets arrested for a crime he didn't commit, his personal and professional worlds collide in dramatic and profound ways.

Comments about documentary «Circles» (15)

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Amber M.

In this documentary, Deakins looks at the many ways that people of all races and religions have come together to make the world a better place. The message of the movie is not necessarily to stop or to stop, but to continue on and to make the world a better place. The movie also provides insight into the religious aspects of the situation. I really liked this movie, and I think it is a great movie to show to people of all ages. It is well done, and I am looking forward to seeing more of Deakins work.

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Melissa R.

An outstanding documentary that makes you think about the world we live in, and how it affects people around the world. I highly recommend it. To see the real life of the Tohono O'odham tribe, and the truth behind the legend, watch the documentary "The Promise".

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Jesse L.

I have been watching documentaries for years and have been inspired to make my own by the many films and books that have helped me to learn about the human condition. While the majority of the documentaries I have seen have been about the horrors of war and war crimes, I have also seen documentaries about the struggles of the poor and the plight of the homeless. This documentary, "Circles," is about the lives of six people in a low-income community in New York City. They live in a group home for the elderly, and they have a healthy relationship with each other. One day, however, one of the people dies. A mysterious death occurs, and the lives of the six people are changed forever. This is a powerful and moving film. It is very well-made. I have never seen a documentary that has had such a profound effect on me. It makes me realize how much I have to learn from the human condition. It makes me realize that there are many people in my life who are not like the people I know. It makes me realize that no matter how good and how great you are, you still have the potential to be a better person. I have learned a lot from this film, and I will be able to help more people with my experiences with the lives of these six people. I recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about the human condition.

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Linda N.

I don't want to give away too much, but I can say that this movie is an important piece of work. It brings to light the various ways in which human beings are harmed by chemicals in our environment. I don't know how the world would be without the corporations. The corporate system is based on the exploitation of labor. This is done by the use of the "polluter pays" system. If someone is polluting the air, it is up to the individual to pay the cost. However, if the individual is not using their land, it is up to the individual to pay the cost. This is very different from the way things are now. We have become dependent on the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides. If we were to start using these chemicals in a sustainable way, we could reduce the amount of pollution we are currently responsible for. The movie also discusses the business of trying to influence the public through advertising and sponsored studies. I have seen a lot of advertisements that are misleading. The movie also shows the power of media to control people. A lot of people don't even realize that their media is taking away their rights. It is also important to note that the "polluter pays" system does not just apply to polluting corporations. Corporations are also responsible for using chemicals to take away the rights of the public. The movie also discusses the importance of clean air and clean water. I think this movie is a must see for everyone.

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Raymond Shaw

I am so thankful that this film was made. It's such an incredible story of courage, and how it can turn your life upside down. I think that the film is great for anyone to watch. It gives you a clear view of what it's like to be in the situations they are in, and how they are living in this country. It's so inspiring to see how their lives have been changed by the events in the film. It's not a film that you can watch once and then forget, it's so powerful. I have never felt so inspired in my life. This film is so amazing and I highly recommend it to anyone who is willing to learn about this event in history. I am so glad that this film was made and it's so important to the current times, especially when people are being threatened with deportation. This film shows what happens when people get involved in a civil action against the government. The film is so inspiring, I just wish I could have known more about it before it was released. I know that it's not just my opinion, but that's what it really is. This is a movie that you need to watch, because it shows how the government is trying to intimidate and control people who are trying to be civil about their country. This is what makes the film so powerful, it's like a documentary. It's like you are there with the people and you can really feel the anger and despair that they feel. It's also very heartwarming to see how the people in the film feel. I can't really say anything about the ending because I don't want to spoil it for people who haven't seen it yet, but it's definitely something that I will never forget.

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Rachel T.

This is an amazing documentary. One of the most amazing things about it is that it really is a compilation of many stories from the United States, from the 1980's and the early 1990's, that are linked by the music of Bob Dylan. The film is basically about the fact that Dylan wrote many songs about the United States in the 1980's. These songs were written during the time of Reagan and the end of the Cold War. It was the time when many artists came out of the Woodstock era. It was also the time when the music industry was booming. This film covers the time period between 1981 and 1992. It's really a great mix of stories, from the youth of the music industry, to the artistic styles of the artists, to the decline of the music industry and the rise of new bands like the Foo Fighters, Nirvana and Pearl Jam. All the stories are fascinating and I would recommend it to anyone. I would give this movie an A+.

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This film will open your eyes to a world where human lives are used as a commodity and where no one is safe. It will inspire you to stand up and be counted. I highly recommend this film. The documentary will be your life.

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I had the pleasure of seeing the film in New York City last night, and I have to say that I was greatly impressed. I was not disappointed. The subject matter is heavy and the movie was not what I expected. It is not meant to be a comedy, nor is it meant to be a drama. I am not a big fan of the current political climate, but I was impressed by the way that the film did not pull any punches. I felt the pain of the mothers, the anger of the fathers, and the love and support of the mothers, and I was in awe of the way that the documentary was presented. It was extremely well made, and I felt like I was in the middle of it. I also felt like I was watching the real thing, not just watching a documentary. I really hope that everyone who has not yet seen this film does, because it is very powerful. The movie is a must-see, but I also recommend it to anyone who is a person who has been a mother in the past, and has an interest in this topic. It is a very moving film, and if you are not a parent, you will probably want to see it. I am not a person who goes to the movies very often, but I went to see this movie. It is not for everyone, but it is definitely worth the time. My favorite part of the movie was when the mothers started talking about their children's names, and how the father would name his children after animals. They talked about how the mother was extremely proud of her children, and that the father was very selfish and very abusive. It was so moving to hear the mothers talk about the horrible things that they had done to their children, and to see how the father treated his children. I was really moved. This is not a movie for everyone, but if you are interested in the subject matter, I recommend it. I would give it a 10 out of 10, but I would be lying if I said that I didn't have some sadness that was felt during the film.

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The film "Circles" has received critical acclaim and is said to be the most important documentary of our time. This documentary presents the world of the ancient Mayan city of Tikal in Guatemala, including its history, religious practices and language. The film is a well-made and entertaining look at a community that has been taken for granted. The film is based on interviews with artists, historians, archaeologists, and others who have studied the culture of the Tikal Mayan people. The film is an excellent documentary that is well worth seeing. I thoroughly enjoyed it.

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Christina Patterson

This movie is one of the most important documentaries I have ever seen. It is in my top 10 documentaries. It is a very important documentary and it shows what a true free market economy is like. If you are looking for something to show to your friends or family, this is the movie for you. The people in the documentary are also very very wise and well spoken and it really shows what a free market economy is like. It is also a great movie to see with your friends and family.

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Joshua Cole

There is something in the air, something is always about to happen, and the only way to stop it is to have the courage to make a stand. A courageous man or woman must take a stand and be honest with the world. It's easy to be convinced that a majority of people are evil. The trick is to take the courageous step of showing the world the truth. When a courageous man or woman does that, they have done something courageous. In this film, the hero is James McVicar, an auto worker who has had enough of what the bosses and the government are doing to his employees. He refused to give up his union and he refused to be bought off by a union-busting company. The other characters in this film are friends and family who are helping him and who are willing to stand up for what he stands for. The real hero is James McVicar. His courage and his willingness to stand up for what he believes in is a beacon of light in this dark world. We need to see this film and see what it is all about.

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A compelling and thought-provoking documentary about the Armenian Genocide of 1915. It is a harrowing tale of brutality, desperation, and brutality, but also an amazing story of courage, perseverance, and the strength of human spirit. It is well-acted, well-edited, and well-choreographed, and it is a must-see for anyone interested in the history of the Armenian Genocide.

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Russell L.

While I had no intention of watching this documentary, I was so moved by it that I decided to put it on the list of my favorite documentaries. I have watched this film about 50 times and am still stunned by its beauty. I am also moved by the messages it sends, which are not only about the issues it highlights but also the people who are affected by them. If you have any interest in the environment, if you have a love for the environment or if you are a person who has experienced loss, then this film is for you.

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I saw this film at the Toronto Film Festival. I was very impressed. It was well-paced, beautifully shot, and very informative. I am not sure what it is about the film, but it made me think about my own life and about my feelings towards others. I think it is very important to see the film because it shows us that we are all connected and that we all have a role to play in the world. It is also a very beautiful film to look at. It's a great way to start the year. If you haven't seen this film, I strongly recommend it. You will be glad you did.

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Margaret W.

It is amazing that a documentary can so powerfully and personally touch the viewer. I loved this film. The documentary has so many moving and beautiful scenes, but it is the underlying message of the film that is the most powerful. It is a beautifully written and directed film that explores the darker sides of society. It does this by using the power of the documentary format to shine light on the injustices of the world. It is a powerful and powerful film. It is about the way we treat others and the lengths we will go to to protect ourselves and those that love us. It is about the role of culture, religion, and politics. It is about the ability of our human intelligence to be exploited and used. It is about the injustice of power. The film is very touching and is the type of film that should be shown in schools, colleges, and universities. It should be shown in every school. The film is a wonderful film, and I recommend it to everyone who wants to understand the world and our place in it. I also recommend it to people who are angry and have had experiences with the world. The film has so many beautiful scenes, but I believe the best scene is the one where the children are making their bed. This is a very powerful scene because it shows that children can still be children even though they are mature enough to understand what is happening to them and the world around them. It shows the strength and innocence of the children. It is an amazing scene that makes the film even more powerful. This film is a great film and is the type of film that should be shown in every school.