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Spiral is a movie starring Dieudonné and Richard Spencer. A look at the rise of anti-Semitism and assaults against Jews in present-day France.

Other Titles
The Blood of Others
Running Time
1 hours 19 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Laura Fairrie
Dieudonné, Richard Spencer
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A look at the rise of anti-Semitism and assaults against Jews in present-day France.

Comments about documentary «Spiral» (18)

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Raymond Schultz

To be honest, I'd be lying if I said that I was totally enamored by this film, and I still am not. The film is fascinating to watch, but for me, it is not the absolute truth. First, I have to say that I am not a yoga practitioner. I had never taken any yoga classes in my life until I came across this film. And I am not a woman. The film did not try to explain the method of Yoga, or the reasons behind the practice. I am an American who has been practising yoga for many years. And I have not been able to find a single source that made me question this practice. The main reason why I like this film is that it shows the social phenomenon of the "yoga movement" and it is a very interesting social phenomena. The film was not purposely meant to be a documentary or a political statement. It was meant to show the techniques and the events that made up the Yoga movement. If you do not have a lot of knowledge about the history of Yoga, you will find this film a bit boring, but I think that it is a little bit on the boring side. I think that the film is quite well made, and I have seen it many times. It is worth a watch for anybody who is interested in this form of yoga. 8/10.

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Alexander B.

One of the best documentaries I have seen in a long time. It talks about the benefits of smoking and the ways they got it. We see how the industry and the media convinced people that this was a great thing. The things they didn't want to hear about were actually beneficial to society. It does a great job of showing that the public is mostly in the dark about the health consequences of smoking and they are being mislead. This film has a lot of great moments but you will be blown away. You will learn something new every time you see it. The movie is too short, but there is also a lot of great advice. I recommend this to anyone who is interested in smoking.

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Jeffrey A.

The movie revolves around a town in Texas. It was shot in Austin, the capital city of Texas. The movie is not the only documentary about the tornado that touched down on August 26, 2005. In the film, the director, Brian O'Shea, interviews members of the community, as well as the people in the shelter at the Texas Medical Center. The tornado touched down on the same day that Robert Redford was born. Many people were left without food, water, or electricity for days. The tornado lasted about 25 minutes. The tornado struck with the intensity of a full-sized hurricane. The amount of debris, trees, and other debris that was involved in the tornado was astounding. In addition, the tornado tore off the roofs of several houses, and killed many people. Many of the deaths were not the result of the tornado itself, but were the result of the families and friends that were left homeless and in need of assistance. The devastation was devastating. In the film, Redford, an actor, plays a newspaper reporter who was in the shelter. His voice and mannerisms are quite believable. When he talks about his time in the shelter, it is more like an interview with himself. He is almost as upset as the people around him are. He has three kids and two stepchildren, and it was impossible to get along with anyone. Redford has to move into a new apartment, and he is so stressed out. At the beginning of the film, the director, Brian O'Shea, explains that he had to talk to his fellow actors, who were grieving, and show them the joy of living. He explained that a movie can tell a story that is not very realistic, but this movie tells a story that is. This is not just a documentary, but a movie about the disaster. The director also says that people were not exaggerating, and that a lot of people were crying, but were not exaggerating. In the end, he says that the movie made people happy. That's why the director's statement is true. The movie is very well made, and you will not be disappointed. The acting is top notch, and it was important for me to see the actors' reactions. If you have not seen this movie, you should go and watch it. It will be worth your time.

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I got the opportunity to watch this film at the Center for the Study of Popular Culture in New York City. While watching the film, it reminded me of one of the many many TV documentaries that I have seen over the years. In each of those, the director or producer has either brought us a cinematic treat or acted as the most informative voice on an issue, whether it be our world or a particular genre. This is no exception. While the director has had no problem taking us from an art gallery, through the flower show, to the assassination of the King of Morocco, through various groups and the effect of the world we live in, to present day. the man at the center of this film, was able to bring us into the heart of any particular message, and expose us to the true face of the world we live in. It is an impressive documentary, and it is all about entertainment. And I think you should give it a try.

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Zachary G.

As with many of Soderbergh's films, it's easy to say what is going to happen next, but the movie isn't an instruction manual or a story about what should have happened. It's about how different people are effected by a system that doesn't want to listen. He talks about the small-time dealers who take drugs and get caught, the small-time drug dealers who make the big deal out of being caught, the whole system of political corruption, and the effects that all this has on the individuals who are caught in the middle. This is not a great movie, but it's fascinating and it's interesting to see how the different actors play their parts.

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Frances Gomez

David Schertler, a Canadian filmmaker who spent a lot of time in his youth in Greece, produces a documentary about the mass unemployment, poverty and physical health problems that he encountered in his teens. The basic story, as Schertler tells it, is one of poverty, unemployment and crime, but it's also one of the great tragedies of modern history: thousands of youth are lost in the middle of a country where the government had no control over the economy, where unemployment was extremely high, and where drugs and crime were the norm. The film doesn't pretend to be an objective history lesson; it's just a raw, honest look at how terrible life was for these kids. For the most part, Schertler is not anti-government or anti-military. He says that "these events should not be seen as a tragedy" (though he also says that he finds some of the scenes that appear in the film "ridiculous"). However, it's his stance on the necessity of a popular uprising that really disturbs him. He feels that the situation in Greece "should not be seen as a tragedy" because "it can and has been the case that social movements have been the most important factor in bringing about change." He also claims that "the social movements of the 1970s have been responsible for bringing about changes." Not a bad stance, but Schertler has an extreme view of the social movements and seems to completely overlook them during the film. This is a pity because the film is an honest one. Schertler didn't want to tell a story about the Greek revolution, he wanted to tell a story about a bunch of kids who didn't have a lot of hope for a better life. The film is pretty good and worth seeing, but it could have been much better if it had been shot in a more objective, more honest way. Schertler himself admits that the film is "a reflection of the film". If the film was more honest and more objective, I would have been much more sympathetic to the message and felt much more involved with the film.

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This is a very personal documentary about a very personal subject. It is a documentary that is not about the perils of the internet, but rather it is about the risks of giving up on the human race and what a miracle it is to be alive. It is a message that I hope you will share with others. If you haven't seen it, please do! It is a beautiful piece of art.

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Teresa R.

I really liked this movie. I thought the film was very beautiful and informative. The themes of self expression and people with a disability was really interesting. A lot of people are very passionate about their disability, but this movie did not have the stereotypical stereotypes and just showed how it was. People with disabilities are all different and they should not have to be used to be accepted. The idea of the film was very interesting and I think it is really good for people with a disability to see what other people have to go through.

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This is a documentary, not a documentary about the World Trade Center. The towers were not the subject of this film. This film is about the people who lived through the towers and how they came to be where they were. The film is very entertaining and interesting. There are a few technical problems that some people might have with. But overall, the film is worth watching. The film was produced by the BBC and the BBC is not known for their documentaries. The film was a little short and it did not cover all of the events that took place in the Twin Towers. But the film is worth watching and I give it an 8 out of 10. I would recommend this film to anyone who has not seen it.

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As with all documentaries, I was interested to learn more about the causes of the earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan in March 2011. For me, the film was very entertaining and enlightening. Unfortunately, the film seems to have very few uses beyond that. The focus is very much on the social and political background and, at times, the analysis of government agencies. The information provided about the victims of the disaster is good, but it is almost all anecdotal. The only practical element of the film is a brief discussion of the earthquake itself. There is also a brief discussion of the tsunami, but it is not that useful for understanding the event itself. In addition, there is very little information on the risks of such an event. It seems that they relied on the Japanese government's advice. All in all, the film provides some valuable information, but it is a very short summary and not very comprehensive. I think it could have been longer and done a much better job in providing some information to the general public.

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Lauren Green

I'm not sure I understand the high ratings of this film. For me, it's a very hard sell for me to see it. The narrative is a bit thin, and I found the filmmaking to be very uneven. It was quite hard to find the point of the film, which was to introduce some of the men who've been jailed for what the government has dubbed terrorism. It also raised a lot of issues about people's rights, and how we as a society treat prisoners. So I wouldn't call this a "teaser" film. It was very interesting and well-directed, but it wasn't very exciting or anything that I would be interested in watching it again.

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Amanda R.

This documentary is a great example of how to tell a good story, especially in the area of the UFO. It is full of interesting facts and images, but is also very touching. The main story is that of an American family that suffered a tragedy, but was also affected by a UFO, and how they came to know about the UFO. They are shown how they were able to come to know about the UFO, and how they came to believe that there was a UFO. In addition, there is a little story about the man who claims to have seen the UFO. Overall, it is a great documentary that has to be seen.

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This is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. What an achievement. The cinematography is magnificent. The visuals are breathtaking and fascinating. Everything in this film is well executed, I was mesmerized from start to finish. To my surprise I found out that this documentary was made by John Kander, who also created "The Haunting". Yes I know it is his first documentary. He is so much a passionate filmmaker. To make a documentary about a subject he knows very well is something extraordinary. All of the best things about this documentary come from its director, John Kander. His acting is superb. The interviews are mesmerizing. The facts are interesting. The people who were interviewed were fascinating. The documentary is engaging. The documentaries on the other hand, I found to be overblown, completely boring. When I first saw this documentary I thought it was a total waste of time. But it isn't. It is not boring at all. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to know more about ghosts. It is a must see.

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Julie Stewart

When it comes to exploring the works of Michaelangelo and the genius that is Leonardo DaVinci, we are fortunate to have a lot of films available that illustrate the genius and the struggles that Leonardo faced throughout his lifetime. Whether it is his love for Michelangelo, his conflicts with the Inquisition, his struggles with his brother (or rather his half-brother) Donatello and his relationship with the Duke of Milan, or his struggles with his own cancer. These films tell us how each artist made their mark on the world and how they lived their life. From that perspective, Spiral is an outstanding film that shows us the genius of Leonardo DaVinci, but also the challenges that he faced throughout his life. It's certainly the most interesting and honest film to come out of the DaVinci work in a long time. And it shows us how Leonardo took an incredibly long time to make his own version of the Mona Lisa. The film is a bit slow moving, but if you're in the mood for an interesting documentary, I highly recommend that you watch this.

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Laura Sandoval

I think a lot of people do not get this film. Some say it is too long and some say it is too fast paced. I just don't get what people are saying. The film really starts out slow, but it picks up in a lot of areas. The narration is actually pretty good, and the movie is quite entertaining, to say the least. I thought it was very well made, and the shots and editing really help to give the film a quality feel. The direction by David Mancuso was also very well done. I think that the film itself is actually more of a personal journey. It really does put you into the characters' head, and how they react to the situation, and how they react to each other. I think that some people really didn't like the ending. I thought that it was a really great ending, and I thought that the characters, and the way that they react to the world, really did bring this film to a really nice conclusion. There is one scene where they are all singing "I Will Survive" together, and that was really nice to see. I would definitely recommend seeing this film, but I would say that it is definitely not for everyone.

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Ralph Murray

I found this documentary to be very informative, and I would recommend it to anyone. It covers a lot of issues, from the human rights of refugees, to the treatment of Muslims in the Middle East, to the history of the Cambodian genocide, and many more. It is definitely not for the faint-hearted, but it is worth watching. This documentary does a great job of showing the extent of human rights violations and atrocities that have been committed by the Thai government against the people of Cambodia. I would have liked to have seen more information on how the Khmer Rouge came to power, but I guess that's not the point of the documentary. I think that the documentary will have a positive effect on many people, because it shows the true extent of the atrocities committed by the Khmer Rouge, and that is a very important topic to discuss.

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Tyler Guerrero

I really liked this movie. I don't know why, but I am a big fan of a lot of documentaries. The guy who directed this is an incredible filmmaker. He has a way of bringing the audience into the movie and making us feel the way the main character feels. I was also really impressed with how he was able to bring the "unwritten" story of the artist to life. He did a really great job. I highly recommend this movie to anyone who is into documentaries and movies. I know a lot of people who will not be able to watch this, but if you do, I think you will be very satisfied.

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Rose B.

I have to say that I was disappointed with this film. I thought it was more of a documentary, and the end was really disappointing. It's not a documentary, it's not an opinion. It's more of a documentary about the people who were there. I would recommend it to anyone who likes to learn more about what the people of the area were going through. It's not a perfect film, but I think it's worth a watch. I just thought it was a little too long and it could have been shorter.