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Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché

Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché is a movie starring Alice Guy, Richard Abel, and Marc Abraham. Pamela B. Green's energetic film about pioneer filmmaker Alice Guy-Blaché is both a tribute and a detective story,...

Other Titles
Be Natural, l'histoire inédite d'Alice Guy-Blaché, Första kvinnan: Alice Guy-Blaché, Sé natural: la historia no explicada de Alice Guy-Blaché, Bądź sobą, czyli nieopowiedziana historia Alice Guy-Blaché, Sé Natural: La vida de Alice Guy-Blaché - La primer cineasta del mundo, Ensimmäinen nainen: Alice Guy-Blaché, Be Natural: A História não Contada da Primeira Cineasta do Mundo
Running Time
1 hours 43 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Pamela B. Green
Writer
Pamela B. Green, Joan Simon
Actors
Stephanie Allain, Alice Guy, Marc Abraham, Richard Abel
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

Pamela B. Green's energetic film about pioneer filmmaker Alice Guy-Blaché is both a tribute and a detective story, tracing the circumstances by which this extraordinary artist faded from memory and the path toward her reclamation.

Comments about documentary «Be Natural: The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché» (15)

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Ashley

This film takes the viewer through the life of Alice Guy-Blaché, a female photographer who has been jailed for the death of her husband. Her story, from the time she was arrested in France to her execution in 1945, is presented in the documentary form. The film reveals her life in both the end and beginning, in the prison and in her post-prison life, and the reader is never bored. The subject matter is shocking and disturbing, but the viewer is not necessarily alienated by the film. This film is not a documentary, it is a tale of life. It does not make you feel good or feel bad, it makes you think and is a very thought-provoking film. The film has a feel of a documentary, but it is not a documentary that is made to make you feel good. It is a story of life. The film is very insightful and the viewer is left to wonder and make up his or her own thoughts about what they have just seen. I highly recommend this film to anyone who wants to know about a subject that is still being studied today. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the subject of Alice Guy-Blaché.

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Joe H.

This movie was incredible. I watched it as soon as it was released. I'm glad I did. It really was great. It tells a true story that was very interesting. The way that they told it was perfect. I've been following this story on a daily basis since I first heard of it. I've loved this documentary since I first saw it. This is the first documentary that I can remember watching that I've been completely engaged with. I've also found it very interesting how this documentary has become so popular. There is so much to learn and learn from about what it is to be a teen and what it is to be a young adult. I was very surprised by the way the story was told. The way that it was told was really beautiful. I really liked the way they showed the very important messages and messages that were given to the viewer. I really liked the way they showed the friendship between Alice and Mike. I think that this is the most touching thing that I've ever seen in a documentary. I really hope that the film gets released on DVD. I have a feeling that people will be really surprised by how good this documentary really is. This documentary is definitely worth watching. I would definitely recommend it to anyone.

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Ralph W.

I saw the documentary at the International Film Festival in Brooklyn and it was an absolutely incredible experience. I can honestly say that I never saw a documentary like this before. The film focuses on Alice Guy-Blaché, a young woman from a small town in the mountains of Belgium who became a well-known figure after her death. The film focuses on her journey to becoming a renowned author, and how her father and brothers tried to stop her. This is a true story, and it is not told in a sensationalistic way. There are no side stories to add to the story. This film is simply told. The documentary is extremely emotional, and the film maker shows her own story, her childhood and how she deals with her father and brothers. She talks about her mother, and how she tries to be the best mother she can, and the painful events that happen when she's a child. She talks about her struggles with her father, and how she doesn't know how to deal with them. She talks about her brother's addiction to the drug, and how it affected her. She talks about how she finally realized how to deal with it, and how she finally got her life back. She talks about her personal struggle with her father, and how she tried to love him unconditionally, and she finally realized that love is not something that you can get when you are emotionally and physically attached. I think this film is a must-see for anyone who is a fan of Alice Guy-Blaché, and anyone who wants to understand her work. I think the film maker should be proud of her work. She did a great job. I can honestly say that this is the most honest documentary I've ever seen. This is the real story of a very important woman, and she did a great job at telling her story. I really hope that she gets the recognition she deserves.

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Howard A.

This is a must see documentary. I highly recommend it for everyone who wants to know more about the incredible journey of Alice Guy-Blaché. I have always been fascinated by the idea of an artist who is so immersed in her work that she can create and live in a space other than her home. I have always found the process of Alice's art to be very inspiring, but was surprised to find out that Alice was diagnosed with a rare form of Alzheimer's disease. Her art is simply mesmerizing. Her life is a very inspiring story and I have always been fascinated by her artwork and her life. This documentary is so inspiring and fascinating that you can't help but be drawn into it and the spirit of the story. I am so glad that it is being made and I hope that it will be made more widely available to the public.

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Edward Lawson

There are so many little things that make this documentary so great. The only thing I could say is that it is so interesting and informative. It is a must see for all the people who want to learn about the importance of marriage and family, the importance of having a strong family unit, and the importance of having a strong family unit. As well as being a must see for the people who are afraid to take on the responsibility of a family. I would definitely recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to understand the importance of family and the importance of marriage. In conclusion, I would recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to understand the importance of marriage and the importance of family.

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Carolyn

Alice Guy-Blaché (1971 - 2017) is the subject of this documentary. It is narrated by actor and director Rufus Sewell and written by producer Anthony Lipsett. It is about the real life mother of a celebrity, whom we know only as a fashion designer, Alice Guy-Blaché. We learn about her life and career, her tragic life and tragic death, her loss and the life she led after her tragic death. We learn how she overcame tragedy and created a legacy that is still standing. We learn the origin of the phrase "Alice-Guy-Blaché". We learn the fashion history of the world, the early 70's, the early 80's, the late 90's, and the present. The documentary is narrated by a person who is a true Alice-Guy-Blaché, the real Alice-Guy-Blaché. She is the daughter of Alice Guy-Blaché, and the mother of a designer, who had a successful career. It is her daughter's story. It is a tribute to the real Alice-Guy-Blaché, and to the real mother, who gave her daughter the way to become the real Alice-Guy-Blaché. The documentary is a great resource to understand the real life Alice-Guy-Blaché. It is a documentary that is great to learn more about the real Alice-Guy-Blaché. Alice-Guy-Blaché's career and her life are great examples of success. We learn that the real Alice-Guy-Blaché is alive and well, and that her story is not over. Her legacy is still standing. It is a tribute to Alice-Guy-Blaché, the real Alice-Guy-Blaché.

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Jeffrey W.

I recently saw this documentary on a Saturday afternoon in my local library. The film was absolutely fascinating and at times moved me to tears. It has helped me understand a lot more about my family. I'm in my mid-20's and still can't seem to grasp how difficult it was for my parents. I don't blame them. I blame myself. I can't say enough good things about this film. I feel as though it's a part of my past that I wish I could get back. I think everyone should see this film, it is a must-see for everyone.

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Matthew P.

This is the documentary that most people have been waiting for! I think the best part of the film is that it doesn't just talk about the biographies of the people that Alice Guy-Blaché knew. They also talk about the film. It's a great documentary that will leave you breathless and filled with a feeling of awe. I recommend this film to anyone who wants to know more about Alice. I've watched this movie over 10 times and it never gets old.

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Kevin

This is a great documentary that shows how the real-life "Alice" Guy-Blaché came to be and how the people around her lived it. The documentary is beautifully done and shows the personalities of the people around her and her real-life family. This is a film that should be seen by everyone.

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Teresa

This is a very informative documentary about Alice Guy-Blaché, the first lady of French Polynesia, whose life was portrayed in the excellent film "The Queen of the North." (1999). The movie is about a woman, who took her husband, father, and brother for granted. Her life was spent with them, and they were her servants, servants to the government. She became a medical student, and it was the government who took her to the island of New Zealand to develop a medical school. The documentary follows her through her journey from the country to the world, including her husband's experiences, and her brother's. I was greatly impressed by the acting and the movie itself. It is interesting to see the style in which the film was made. The documentary and the movie are the best I have ever seen. The movie is very much worth seeing.

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Paul Peterson

I loved this movie. The way it was filmed was beautiful. I think it was a perfect time capsule of the world in the 60s. The costumes were perfect, the way they set the scene was perfect, the soundtrack was perfect. It is a movie that every person should see, especially if they are looking to look at a time period. I think it is great to see that people were able to have a chance to be seen, and to really be seen. The movie also had a message, something that is often missing from documentaries. There is not always a positive message in a documentary, or in a movie, that makes a movie enjoyable. This movie shows that being different is important, and that you don't have to conform to society to be able to be seen, and to be able to have a voice.

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Catherine

I'm a big fan of the Grateful Dead and have listened to the band countless times on CD, but I didn't know that Alice Guy-Blaché was a member of the band until I saw this documentary. This is the story of a young girl, who was just 11 years old when she had her first boyfriend, whom she adored. When she was a teenager, Alice-Blaché went on a journey to Hawaii, and met her dream guy, who was later married. The year is 1955 and Alice-Blaché is a 13-year-old girl. She has a crush on her cousin, who was married and had a girl named Sarah, who was only 9 years old. It's an interesting story of a girl who had to fight to become the person she wanted to be. The movie was informative, and the soundtrack was awesome. Alice-Blaché's story is great. She's really not a bad person, she's just a normal girl. She wanted to be happy, and so she made the best decision she could, and went on her journey to Hawaii. I really enjoyed this movie, and it made me appreciate the Grateful Dead as much as I ever have. If you're a fan of the Grateful Dead, I think you'll enjoy this film.

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Jerry

The Untold Story of Alice Guy-Blaché is a compelling and often disturbing documentary that documents the personal and professional difficulties faced by the young woman who became known as "Alice" in America. The film is structured around the making of the "Alice" song, and how it went from being a test for the young woman to a major social phenomenon. This documentary is not only a document of her life, but of the various pressures that were placed on her to be a "hit" and to perform at the height of her fame. The documentary also gives us a glimpse into the darker side of her life, from her marriage to her sister, and her health problems. I recommend the film highly.

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Helen Harvey

I've watched a lot of documentaries in my life, and I've never come across a documentary as truly amazing as this. The subject matter is so raw and direct, it's like watching a documentary about a young child's sexual abuse, with a touch of life-affirming and love. The film is a perfect representation of the struggle of women, as well as men, to overcome abuse. It's also a powerful and honest examination of how women, both in the world and in our lives, are treated by our society. It's truly the most important documentary I have ever seen. I recommend it to everyone, and if you haven't seen it yet, do. It's one of the most powerful documentaries I've ever seen, and it deserves every award that it gets.

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Thomas Gordon

I am a 14 year old male. I have an older sister and her friends have always asked me to come to their parties. I have always been very shy and afraid of girls. I am very close with my sister and her friends. But they are very close and love each other. This film was made for my sister and all my friends. I am sure that everyone who loves the same things and love to have fun will love this film. It is so beautiful. I can't believe that this film is not getting the recognition it deserves. I have seen so many documentaries about the drug culture and this movie is just the tip of the iceberg. This movie is so touching. I think this film is so inspiring and shows that there is always a place for everyone in this world. I highly recommend this film to anyone. I truly believe that this film is going to change the world. My sister and all my friends are also going to buy this movie and I think that everyone will like this movie. I highly recommend this film to everyone.