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Won't You Be My Neighbor?

Won't You Be My Neighbor? is a movie starring Fred Rogers, Joanne Rogers, and John Rogers. An exploration of the life, lessons, and legacy of iconic children's television host, Fred Rogers.

Other Titles
W odwiedzinach u pana Rogersa, Komsum Olmaz misin?, 與我為鄰, ¿Quieres ser mi vecino?
Running Time
1 hours 35 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Biography, Documentary
Director
Morgan Neville
Actors
Fred Rogers, Jim Rogers, John Rogers, Joanne Rogers
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

Fred Rogers hated television. When he talks about his first encounter with the still-infant medium, he doesn't hide his disdain: "They were throwing pies at each other," he says. Over the next several decades, they'd throw a lot more than pies. Characters would throw insults and expletives, punches and grenades. In all his years working inside the medium that so horrified him, he never succeeded making it much better..

Comments about biography «Won't You Be My Neighbor?» (22)

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Nancy

No one can honestly say that they did not know someone like Stanley Ipkiss or understand all that Stanley Ipkiss had to say. From his testimony in front of the Senate, to the way he's died, to the changes he made, to the way he's loved and will continue to be loved, it's clear that Stanley Ipkiss was one of the most amazing people you will ever meet. I recommend this documentary to anyone who has ever been in love, and to anyone who has ever been in a relationship. This documentary will change your life and the lives of those who love you. 10/10

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Larry

This movie shows that the entire American establishment of lies, lies and more lies, is very little more than a shadow of a shadow of what it once was. How the rich got richer, and the poor got poorer, was largely accomplished by violence and corruption, and by deception and deceit. The American public is deeply invested in their institutions, and any time they are put in a position of trust, they are willing to fall. "Tell me if you've never known a family that has been torn apart by the separation of their son from their father" is the tag line of this film. The movie is titled, "Tell me if you've never known a family that has been torn apart by the separation of their son from their father." The original title of the movie was, "Children, the Disunited Brothers." The idea was to explain the disconnection between the two families, and how the lies of the elite, are actually perpetuated by the uneducated masses. What made the movie so good, was that it was honest, and true to the real life of these families, where children are separated by war, and then separated from their fathers in the process. The real tragedy of the movie is that we are not seeing a story of redemption, and a true revolution, but a story of the loss of innocence, and the immense shame and disgust that so many have for the people who left their families in the lurch. Many of the parents of these children, have long lost their faith in their system, and have done nothing to actually repair or improve the system, for generations. Now, the lie is still valid, and some are still willing to use this lie to their advantage. The children of the elite families are watching this movie, and perhaps hoping that it will teach them what they've been doing for generations. In the process, they are no longer ignorant, but willing to put their lives on the line for the system. How this film was received by the elite, is a testament to how ignorant the American people have become.

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Christina Davidson

The Irish is still often thought of as an island of tolerance and hospitality, but this documentary showcases the many ways in which the Irish have been persecuted by other people. In some cases, they are forced to work for white people or their own nationalities, but in other cases they are forced to do so because their religion requires them to do so. It's a story about how freedom of religion is linked to freedom of conscience. It is also a story about people's responses to persecution and the lengths people will go to in order to protect their beliefs. It's an important documentary that is not only relevant for Christians, but also for other religious minorities. It is full of beautiful, thought-provoking images, such as the famous soup of "hearts", which are brewed in a church in Co Clare. The Catholics in Co Clare are asked to perform the soup, in their own language, so they can share it with their neighbors. Some of the villagers show up dressed in religious garb to say thank you. Some are crying, some are surprised. Some are surprised that they were asked to do something such a sacred act. The filmmakers have chosen to have several interview subjects in their documentary. Some are great, some are not. Some are being interviewed only to show how they are persecuted. Some are being interviewed for the first time to show how they responded to the persecution. Some are being interviewed as a way to show the way the Irish have responded to persecution. Some are being interviewed to show how their faith was shaped and developed during this time. Some are being interviewed because they want to be interviewed. But, most of the interviews are for the simple reason that they are to do with the Irish. The Irish are the single largest group of refugees in Europe. Of those refugees, about 10% are Christians. Of those Christians, about 30% are Irish. Since the first refugees were Christian, the Irish have suffered tremendously, not only in the form of persecution, but also in the form of discrimination. Many of the Irish are angry at the decision to let the refugees in. This is shown in a number of ways. One of the most brutal forms of discrimination is that of the Jews. Many of the Jews in the documentary are shown with blood all over their clothing, having been beaten. The Catholics have a history of giving refuge to Jews. The Catholic Archbishop of Dublin has said, "The Catholic Church and the Irish people have a great past together. We were bound together by love and compassion. This is especially true in Ireland where we have a history of being close neighbours. There is no doubt that today we are the greatest Christian nation in Europe. This is a proud achievement." The Jewish-Catholic relationship was a major part of the Irish and European Christian experience during this time, and it is still strong today. There is a great deal of historical footage of the British occupation of Ireland. This includes a number of interviews with the British soldiers, as well as several with the Irish soldiers

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Arthur

This documentary is so good that you have to watch it several times to fully appreciate it. You may find that some of the pieces are difficult to understand, but watch it again and you will get it. The interviews are just as informative as the documentaries themselves. For those who have not watched it before, this is a must see.

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Frank

It's almost 10 years since I first saw this film, and I still remember the scene when the young girl with the heavy-set mouth appeared on screen. It made me realize the extent of the problem in which I live. It was only after watching this film that I finally understood that I am not alone. The film doesn't show the city of Toronto, but rather the slums of Toronto. It is the story of the characters, and the situations they find themselves in. The camera work is great, the stories are interesting, and the performances are brilliant. The soundtrack is also very good. The film is narrated by the young girl, who narrates the events of her life, with wonderful anecdotes and observations. At the beginning, I was somewhat disturbed by the fact that the young girl was only 13 years old, but as the film progresses, I was able to accept her maturity. It is amazing how she manages to manage to relate to and interact with so many different people and so many different situations, while still being able to laugh at the smallest things. It is a documentary about life in the slums of Toronto. It is a great film for those who are interested in the slums of Toronto. The best part of the film is that the people interviewed live their lives, and what they have to say is interesting and true. Although it is based on the real events, the documentary can be enjoyed by everyone. My advice is to go see it. You won't regret it.

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Judy K.

This movie is remarkable in so many ways. It shows the power of artists who can spark a movement. It shows the plight of our planet and how in just the right amount of time it can collapse to utter and utter destruction. The effects of climate change are staggering, and we must see this documentary and do something about it. People need to be educated on the damage that is being done and the effects that are being felt. That is why I love this film so much. I am not a scientist, but I do understand this subject and the effect that it will have on us all. That is why I give this film such high marks. The acting is very good. I truly believe that the director, producer, actors and the people that made this film did an excellent job of making the film as believable as possible. I truly think this is a film worth watching. The following people have done a very good job of making this film: Spencer Ackerman, Emma VanArsdale, Michael Scheuer, Bill Reid, Carolyn J. Price, Oscar and Albert S. Taveras Jr., James M. Bickerton and Julie Barker. If you would like to see a documentary that focuses on the effects of climate change, see this film!

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Larry P.

I've been watching this documentary for a week, and I've never felt so angry at the human race. So, thank you for this great film! The story of this film and its telling is amazing. To see all these different perspectives of this time period is astounding. The film really touches on a lot of issues we often overlook, like how the Japanese culture impacted many Americans and how people are judged for their past. I really liked this film, because it really has an optimistic view of the world, and I really liked that it was so specific and accurate to this time period. I think it's great how the director used music to connect to the people's life. The music was a real mix of old and new, and really fit in the film perfectly. It really brought back memories. I also really liked how the director used the movie clips to show different parts of the country. It really gave me a feeling that this was really about this particular time period. It really made the film seem more special. Also, the film really makes you feel for the people in the movie and all the hardships they had to go through. I really appreciated how this film really helped me to understand how this country was treated back then, and how horrible it still is. I really liked that this film really focused on how the people had to deal with this time period, and how incredibly different they were from the people in this country today. I really liked how the film really brought back memories of that time period, and how strange it was to see people in a different country speak English. It really made me understand how different this country is from where I grew up. I really liked how the film really showed what a beautiful place this country was, and how nice it is to live here. I really liked the film, and I really recommend it to everyone. It's amazing, and I'm so glad that it was able to tell a story of a time period that's so significant to everyone. I think that this is just one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. I really enjoyed the story telling aspect of this film, and the fact that it really made me feel for these people that were living this time period. I really think that this is one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. I really think that it really showed how this time period affected people and how awful they were treated for being different. I really enjoyed this film, and I really hope that everyone will enjoy it. The fact that it was made by a bunch of young filmmakers, and that they were able to capture this time period so well, is absolutely amazing. This was a really personal film for me, and I'm really glad that it was able to touch me so deeply and deeply. I really liked that it really gave me a glimpse into how I felt, and how much it affected me, and how amazing it was to have experienced this amazing time period.

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Jordan L.

This is a good documentary, with a good insight into the world of organized crime. It includes the classic words of former kingpin Mickey Cohen, and other top mafia leaders. It is also a good look into the behind-the-scenes of the rise and fall of John Vito and Michael "Sole Survivor" Carra. And it is interesting to see what the mafia used to be like before the "silent killer" program. As a documentary, it's not very deep. As a "history lesson", it's not very well done. It's a good way to get a feel for what the mafia was like before the "silent killer" program. I think it's a good way to start your understanding of the mafia. Worth watching.

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Paul C.

For those who don't like documentaries on the influence of the church, this documentary does a good job of showing how they've affected families. In the case of the church, it's been as good as a documentary could do. Some of the stuff was a bit painful to watch, and the soundtrack was interesting to hear. For those who don't like religion, this is the documentary for you.

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Sandra

There are so many benefits to spending a few hours at the movies. Nowhere is this more evident than in "The Greatest Showman." What a film! There is so much to appreciate and relish in this film. It has all the elements you would want from a musical, but it is a very heartfelt story. It tells a beautiful story of transformation, of characters and of family relationships. The characters of "The Greatest Showman" are truly one of a kind. The best part about this film is the musical that plays during the credits. "The Greatest Showman" is truly an amazing movie, filled with laughter, tears and heart-warming moments. No film, no matter what genre, is an original. This is one of those films that is truly original and I can see why it has been given a universal audience. "The Greatest Showman" is one of the best movies I have ever seen and it should definitely be in the top 5 of the top 250.

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Catherine Chen

This is a documentary that tries to bring us closer to the people in our lives and to others in our lives. It focuses on the lives of the children of African American families in Birmingham, Alabama and their struggles. It focuses on their problems in finding a job and education, and their struggles to integrate into their neighborhoods. It shows the struggles of the families who are the parents of those children. It shows how the neighborhood has changed over the years. The stories are told by the children and the parents. It shows how the children have different problems in school and how it has affected their lives. It shows how some of the problems in school are due to the parents not being able to get the job they want. It shows that the parents have a great education, but can't get a job. It shows that the problem is mostly due to the educational system of Alabama. The documentary also focuses on the issues of money in a school. The children have to pay tuition. They have to pay a lot for school. And the parents are concerned about how the school will be able to pay the fees. There is also the problem with the school's infrastructure. They have to get the water from a nearby creek and use that water. There are other issues. The parents have to take care of the children and make sure they eat, and they have to take care of the household. All of this is seen in the documentary. One of the most shocking parts is that the children are almost completely unaware of what is going on. When asked what they think about something, they would say something like "they don't like the new president, don't they?". These are the children who are facing so many problems in their lives and are told that they don't need to do anything to be successful. This is the film that shows the lives of the children, the adults, and the adults. It is the story of a family struggling in their own way, trying to overcome a lot of different things that they face, and trying to do the best they can in the problems they are facing. This documentary is a true story of what happens when a family has no money, no job, no education, and little to no resources. One of the most amazing things about this film is that all of the people involved in making it are African American. Some of the interviews were done by African American people, but I think that this is why the documentary is so amazing. It shows that it is not just one race that is struggling. The documentary is very well done and shows us what goes on in the lives of the families. If you would like to know more about this, I would recommend watching the documentary. It is a must watch. The documentary is very well done and is worth watching.

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Ryan

This documentary tells the story of the Mockingbird Project, a grassroots effort to bring the Mockingbird case to the media spotlight, and the impact it had on the case itself. The film follows key people involved in the Mockingbird case, and it covers a wide variety of aspects of the case. The interviews, from the people that fought the case to the people that supported it, are fascinating and informative. The film is also very informative and engaging. The film includes interviews from people who helped bring the case to the media, from the media, and from the people who defended it. It's great to see that the case was covered in the news, because it was such an important case. The movie has some amazing insights into the history of the case, and the impact that it had on everyone involved. There are some aspects of the documentary that are hard to digest, but it is very well done. The people interviewed give an insightful, realistic, and entertaining account of the case. The documentary is very well produced, and it's also very well edited. The documentaries doesn't dwell on the case, but focuses on the people involved. This is important because the documentary's main focus is the Mockingbird case, and it also highlights the people who fought the case. It's a great documentary, and I would highly recommend it to people who are interested in the Mockingbird case. It's a very informative documentary that will educate people about the case, and it's good to see that the documentary is being made because it's so important. Overall, the documentary is a great film that is important, and that is why it's very well done. I highly recommend this film.

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Ethan Smith

I watched this documentary with a group of friends and we all loved it. The filmmakers were interesting and brought some of the best out of me. I was very impressed with the acting ability of the group and how they handled a very tough subject matter. It was very well acted and the guys had great chemistry. All the interviewees also had great stories to tell. I was particularly impressed with Mike Melton's interview. He is an interesting guy and did a fantastic job of showing the true nature of his marriage. He didn't sugar coat anything and he clearly was moved by the experience. I think the documentary will also be a great tool for any men who have experienced domestic abuse. I think that it will help men get over their feelings of inadequacy and show them that they can overcome these issues. I think that the story is very well put together and very well put together.

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Madison G.

I watched this documentary for the first time only a few months ago. I had been unaware that my son had actually been sent to an "inactive" foster home in Dallas. I was so upset about this that I even managed to record a letter for my son who had been in the foster home. It was so very sad to see how the foster home was run. This is just a documentary but I do think that it deserves to be seen by as many people as possible, and that is why I recommend that anyone who has had a child taken from their family should watch this. I am going to watch it again tonight and I plan on reading the book on the subject after watching the documentary. I will do my best to share this documentary with all of my friends and family members to help them understand what happened to my son. Please please please do not leave your children at home alone. Please watch this documentary and tell your family and friends about it. We all need to be prepared to help each other in times of crisis. Peace.

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Mark Reid

This documentary follows the work of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band through the end of their career. It also shows how Springsteen's wife and daughter dealt with his passing, and how his bandmates and fans reacted to his passing. The documentary itself is well-done and very well-produced. There are no technical flaws, and the images are stunning. I will admit I had difficulty following some of the news and interviews. That's because I was doing other things while watching the documentary, and also because the sound quality was very bad in some places. But I do not think it is an issue of quality. I would recommend this to anyone who loves rock and roll. Springsteen fans and fans of Springsteen in general will love this documentary.

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Amanda S.

You know what, I really don't see how the critical reviews are so bad. I'm not saying this movie is a bad movie, I just think that people might not be so critical about it. I went to see it and I was in awe. I mean, the cinematography is just so beautiful. I loved how the colors changed every time they walked into a room. And I liked the way it blended in with the movie, the colors of the movie being more of a backdrop for the story. The acting was so well done. I don't think they could have picked a better cast. I'm not really the biggest fan of Jennifer Love Hewitt, but I liked her performance. I also liked the way the story was told, you really felt for the characters and I liked how it was told. I didn't think the movie had to be about the gay rights movement. I think it was about something different. I thought that the relationship between Matthew and Jason was a little bit underplayed. I'm not a huge fan of the ending of the movie. I thought it was really well done and the ending really didn't go too far in the direction I thought it should have. I think the ending was a little bit too simple. I was kind of disappointed with that ending, but it's not that big of a deal. Overall, I thought this was a great movie, I would definitely recommend it.

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Cynthia Myers

All in all, this movie was great. It really opened my eyes to the problems of homelessness, poverty, and the homeless struggle. I highly recommend this film for anyone to see. The actor who played the homeless man, Paul Haggerty, really struck me as one of those people who I have seen in my life, but I had never been to the area where he lives. I felt like he really captured what it is like to live in that area. And he really does a great job. If you have ever felt that way, you will truly appreciate this movie. A great documentary, definitely recommended.

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Olivia

Although the film was probably produced in 1987, it would be fair to say that it does not live up to the billing of being the first truly cinematic 'reality' TV series. There were only a few other shows of its kind, and it was fairly standard to have a similar format of a TV show with a host, a producer, and a cast of players. In fact, some of the interviews of participants in the series were done by actual members of the cast of the series, so the film could have been a bit more revealing. However, the documentary is informative and entertaining, and the narrative is highly engaging. In fact, the film makes a powerful case that reality TV has played a key role in shaping society. So if you like reality TV, the documentary is worth a look.

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Thomas W.

The documentary won an Oscar for best documentary. This is a simple, yet important, film that takes a look at how the Internet is affecting how we see and talk to each other. The documentary was done in a somewhat humorous way, as it reveals the human side of the Internet. One of the subjects in the documentary is the controversy surrounding the death of Aaron Swartz, the founder of Reddit. In the documentary, Aaron is interviewed by the director, who gives a very interesting perspective about the recent events. The director is able to talk about Aaron's personal life, but he also shows how the Internet is affecting him and the way he interacts with his friends. This documentary was very informative and very entertaining. The documentary was a good look at the current issues of the Internet, and also the many things that the Internet has affected the world with. The documentary was also quite entertaining, as it was able to tell Aaron's life story and how he became involved with Reddit. I really liked this documentary, and I recommend that everyone go and watch it.

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Jose W.

Outstanding. The subject matter was absolutely terrible. Anyone with half a brain should know that the individuals portrayed in the film are in fact all different. It is only because they are different that their stories can be told in such a sensitive and meaningful way. In the end, if you are truly in love, all emotions are in fact emotions. What makes this film so special is that it is not the subject of the film, but how the film is about that matters. I have a very strong feeling that if this film were done by any other director, it would not have been received so well. As it is, it is a wonderful film that should be seen by every one. It is the first film I have ever seen that will remain in my memory for some time.

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Lauren

In many ways I admire the values of this movie. As an Indian it may be difficult to relate to. Being an Indian, I know how it feels to be at the receiving end of racism. I understand the pain that many Indian families feel about their own families being removed from their homelands and having to fight to keep their home. I have the same feeling as you do, but I can only find comfort in your story. I hope that you and the people you describe as having given the lives of your families are still with us. These young people deserve to be proud. Every day I am grateful for what you have done. You are heroes. I applaud you and the United States of America for the hard work you have done to make this film possible. I hope this movie can give people like me the sense of pride that you have given so much to this world. I am grateful for your example and your contribution to human knowledge. And I am so happy you are still with us. You are the very reason I came to the United States. And I am so thankful for what you have given me.

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Sarah H.

After reading other reviews and reading other people's opinions, I was expecting an educational documentary about the relationship between the gay community and their families. I am happy to say that there is a strong emphasis on this topic, but it's still not an easy one to watch. There are a lot of photos of gay couples, and they are well presented. There are some very strong emotions that are conveyed in the film, as well as very frank discussions on the lives of many gay people. This film is not made for kids, and it will probably not appeal to the younger generation of viewers. The emotional scenes are very real, and those who do not understand the pain that some gay people feel are given the opportunity to listen to some of the very real and painful stories of the gay community. This is a documentary that is easy to watch and easy to listen to, but it is also a deeply personal one that will not appeal to everyone. It will be interesting to see what the public will make of this film. The documentary does a good job of making the viewer think about the different ways that gay people are treated, and it makes you feel like you are in the same situation as them.