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Midnight Family

Midnight Family is a movie starring Fer Ochoa, Josue Ochoa, and Juan Ochoa. In Mexico City's wealthiest neighborhoods, the Ochoa family runs a private ambulance, competing with other for-profit EMTs for patients in need of urgent...

Other Titles
真夜中の家族 ~密着 メキシコ民間救急車~, Nocna rodzinka, Familia de medianoche, Urgencias en México DF, Nattens änglar
Running Time
1 hours 21 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary, Crime, Drama, Action
Director
Luke Lorentzen
Writer
Luke Lorentzen
Actors
Fer Ochoa, Josue Ochoa, Juan Ochoa
Country
Mexico
Year
2019
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

In Mexico City's wealthiest neighborhoods, the Ochoa family runs a for-profit ambulance, competing with other unlicensed EMTs for patients in need of urgent care. In this cutthroat industry, they struggle to keep their financial needs from compromising the people in their care.

Comments about documentary «Midnight Family» (9)

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Paul

I think this is the first film I have seen that has caused me to feel any emotion other than sadness. It is sad to see the power and influence of power that some people have in our lives, and this is a great film about the human condition and about how people are controlled by the emotions. The humour is at times painful, and yet it keeps you glued to the screen. It is probably a film that no one can avoid watching, and it is a great film to do so.

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Donna

It's a great documentary. I am a big fan of documentaries. I love to watch them. But I can't say I have seen a documentary that really got my attention like this one. I think that the whole thing was well made. The documentary focuses on the lives of the "Mafia Family" of the Bronx. The stories of the families and their members are well told. The filmmakers did a good job of telling the stories of these families and their members. I was also impressed by the way they filmed these stories. I was impressed by the fact that they chose not to show the family members as the family members. They used the cameras to show the people that they interviewed. I also thought that the documentaries that they made were very well made. The first one was a good documentary. This one is a great documentary. I thought it was well made. It's a great documentary that I think people should watch. I think that it's a great documentary that you should watch.

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Grace

This is one of those documentaries that's probably gonna get on many peoples minds. I'm a part of a very strict Christian congregation and also a gay person. The issues that the documentary addresses are mostly religious but there's also some secular stuff thrown in there as well. The religious folks will be like "We've always done that" and the secular folks will be like "What's the big deal?" It's basically the same thing. The film is divided into two parts: Part 1 deals with the business of Diner/Wedding management. Part 2 deals with the issues that come up when couples who've been together for a while start to get married and start living in an apartment together. Part 1 is much more straight forward, the marriage part is a little bit more interesting. The drama is pretty standard "it's so wonderful to be married now" type stuff. Part 2 deals with the issues around custody of a child and the like. The religious folks will be like "Religion is for cults!" and the secular folks will be like "Religion is for people who actually believe in what they're telling you" and then you get a little bit of a hoot between the two camps. The documentary is well done, no spoilers here, but the subject matter and delivery is a little different than most other documentaries, so be prepared. But the subject matter and delivery is pretty good for this type of documentary. Very rarely does a documentary get this much into it.

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Amy Foster

The extended version of this documentary contains 40 minutes of interviews with the filmmakers, as well as in-depth interviews with celebrities who provided insightful insight into the situation. The interviews are "moving" and enlightening. It is truly great to see some of Hollywood's most revered people offering up their personal experiences in this documentary. Unfortunately, not everyone is invited to participate. A few of the interviews are particularly important, such as Billy Crystal's (Iris) admissions that he will never know the pain he suffered while being a victim of abuse. While he tries to remain positive, it's clear that he cannot help it. He knows it's true and is proud of his reaction to it, which is sad to see him attempt to mitigate the burden. After all, he had a gun strapped to his chest in the midst of the frenzy. This film may have given rise to a lot of hurt, but it also has taught us a lot about the real monsters of Hollywood.

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Lori F.

I remember seeing this documentary in New York City around 1974. It was a very powerful film at that time, and one of my favorite films of all time. The documentary really did give the real story of the Amish and their way of life, and what life is really like for a family in a time of crisis. I saw this film again in 1998, and this time I was able to see it in the original Russian language. It is a powerful and beautiful story, but if you are not able to understand the language of the films it is hard to enjoy it. This is one of those movies you will want to see again and again.

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Andrea Collins

In the past few years, producers have been putting out these truly shocking documentaries on movies of the past. "Citizen Kane" and "The Godfather" were exactly the sort of documentaries I enjoyed when I was younger. "The family that never was" is one of my all-time favorites as well. But I'm also a die-hard movie snob. I like to see a good movie no matter what. And I loved this movie. It's one of those "it's about the movie and not the movie itself" kind of documentaries. So many people have compared this to "The Sixth Sense," but for the most part, it's very different. "The family that never was" also seems to have a similar feel to "Blair Witch Project." Even though "The Sixth Sense" was a great movie, I think it's a lot more fun to watch when you're not expecting it. This film has a good balance of humor and drama, and there is some real beauty to it. I think that this documentary is much better than many of the reviews I've read. I think that it is a much more profound and thought-provoking film. I think people need to get the point that what we're seeing in the movie isn't really happening. But it is and it is very entertaining to see how people react when they see it. For me, this is my favorite documentary of all time.

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Olivia F.

The film is a fascinating look at the life of a family that was created by the parents and their friends to be a family of sorts. I thought it was very well done and did a good job of portraying the family and the events that led to the creation of the family. I did not understand the title of the movie until I read the reviews. It was a great title and I would recommend that you read the reviews on this site before watching this movie. The movie is about the birth of the family. I thought the movie was very well done and it was interesting to see the family evolve. I think that the movie is very informative about the life of a family and the people who were involved in the birth of the family.

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Virginia Carr

Having always loved Irish life as an outsider, I was sceptical that a docudrama would be able to capture the essence of a real life story. This docudrama is refreshingly free from the often cloying nature of many documentaries, which are essentially a preparation for someone arriving in the States, and when the realisation sets in that they are not going to be welcomed, they tend to shout about how much they hate them in their native language. I was not able to understand much of what the young men in the movie were saying, though the theme of the movie, of being "foreign" in the States, struck a chord with me. We are no longer afraid of seeing ourselves in a mirror, for it is so very easy to do so. We can now use it to look inwards, to realise how important it is to embrace your own identity, your own culture, your own way of living, and to share it with others, to learn how to respect the ones you love, and how to be your own person. If you are not afraid to be different, then why are you afraid to be yourself? If you think that we are all the same, that everyone is the same, then you don't know who you are, and are therefore, an asshole. Enjoy this movie, and learn about the true nature of freedom.

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Janice A.

I have seen a lot of documentaries on the war in Iraq and I have to say that this one is by far the best one I have seen. I don't want to give away the whole story, but I will say that the story of this family is not only a good story but it is also a very accurate one. The story of the Abu Ghraib prison is not only a very interesting story but it is also a very accurate one. The film is very well done and it is really informative. The acting is also very good and it is very interesting to see how the actors feel about the war in Iraq. The only problem I had with the film is that it is not very well made and there are a few scenes that are not very good. I think that the best part of the film is the story itself and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in the war in Iraq or just a film that is well made.