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No Safe Spaces

No Safe Spaces is a movie starring Adam Carolla, Dennis Prager, and Jordan Peterson. No Safe Spaces contends that identity politics and the suppression of free speech are spreading into every part of society and threatening to...

Running Time
1 hours 40 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Justin Folk
Writer
John Sullivan
Actors
Adam Carolla, Dennis Prager, Jordan Peterson, Ben Shapiro
Country
USA
Year
2019
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

No Safe Spaces contends that identity politics and the suppression of free speech are spreading into every part of society and threatening to divide America.

Comments about documentary «No Safe Spaces» (16)

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Tammy

A lot of what you would see on cable or network news, not what you would see in the movies. I went into this film with low expectations, but it was not as bad as I thought it would be. The stories, although not perfect, were decent. I felt like I was not missing out on anything, just feeling like I had to see it all. The one thing that I did not like was the movie did not have a plot. The movie didn't have a point to it. I understand the creators were trying to portray these women as they were, but it just didn't feel like it. The women in the film were portrayed as the absolute worst. I understand that you can't choose the people you are in love with, but sometimes you have to think about the people you are with. Also, I would have liked to see the context of what the women were saying, but that is what makes the movie watchable. I would recommend it, but if you are looking for a great film that will have you talking for a while, go see your local cable or network news, you will not be disappointed.

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Patrick

One of the most profound and important insights that the documentary brings is that social media, including social media networks such as Facebook and Twitter, is the internet of today. But, this is not an all or nothing issue. The director gives interviews with a wide range of people who are proponents of social media. While I am sure many of them will be deeply offended by this film, it is a powerful documentary that raises important questions. In addition to the compelling interviews, the film presents an interesting documentary timeline that gives a sense of the development of social media over the past decade. While the timeline does give a sense of the speed and progress of social media, it does not tell us anything about the fundamental social media components such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram. The questions raised by the film are not new and can be dealt with without a documentary. In addition to social media, the film focuses on the evolution of news organizations. News organizations, in particular, seem to have become more powerful and more influential. But this power and influence is often ill-defined and ill-monitored. The film raises these questions as well. The director and his team do a good job of providing context for the questions posed by the film and the interviewees. While the film is not perfect, it is an important and powerful documentary. It raises important questions about the social media and news media and should be seen by anyone interested in social media, news media, or journalism. The film does not make any predictions about the future, and it does not offer any solutions or any solutions that are wrong or immoral. It is important to note that the director, filmmaker, and several of the interviewees have been associated with the media. They are not experts in media, but they have been involved in media. They have interviewed people in the media and know what they are talking about. The film is not trying to tell you how to think or how to be a good person. It is a very personal exploration of some very powerful ideas. It is not the best documentary out there, but it is a powerful documentary that should be seen by anyone who is interested in social media, news media, or journalism.

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Catherine R.

The BBC documentary on the making of the British version of "American Psycho" by its original director, Patrick McGoohan, is a must for anyone interested in the genre. The film takes a look at how the character of the madman Patrick Bateman goes from a small time college drop out to a mainstream TV star to a celebrity to a self-obsessed monster. The film also examines the critics' reaction to the film and the controversy surrounding it, as well as the casting of Patrick as the film's lead. The movie is very well made, with a good cast and some fine performances by the entire cast. It is definitely a must for any fan of the genre.

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Olivia

The movie is well made, but it doesn't say anything about the vast and powerful imbalance of power that exists in our society. This film gives a lot of information, but does not provide a full picture. If you are a feminist, you will probably be angered by the message that is given. It is important to note that this film is not anti-feminist, it simply criticizes the current culture of our country and how we deal with issues of violence and sexual assault. The issues are discussed, but it is the message that is given that is most important.

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Jerry Newman

As a parent, I was very surprised to see how much of the movie was based on my own experiences and experiences of my son. My son is a very well-behaved child, but has a very difficult time coping with the pressures of the school system. The movie helped me to understand how his father's actions affected him. I think the movie was well-done and insightful, and I hope that more parents will see it.

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Julie R.

If you're just in the mood for a good dose of "that is so cool" when it comes to filmmaking, then "Safe Spaces" is definitely for you. This documentary covers everything you could want from an indie film, from the creation of the film itself, to the cast and crew. There's the art of film making, of course, but also the art of editing and storytelling. The way these two combine to create a film is awesome, and is even more impressive when you see how this film got made. The cast and crew were very informative, and gave some great insight into the making of this film. They tell the story of how the crew grew from one actor to five, and how they grew from a small budget film to a $3.5 million film. In my opinion, this documentary is great because you don't need to be a film student or a film enthusiast to enjoy it. It's really just a fun look at the process. This documentary is a must-see for indie film fans, and is definitely a must-watch for film fans.

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Howard H.

This movie had a few interesting bits and pieces that I really enjoyed. However, the film itself left me feeling empty, disheartened and feeling like I've wasted my time. I just felt like this documentary is more of a pseudo-documentary than an actual documentary. I know that you can't portray what a parent goes through and show them how to manage a child's social life. You can't create a video that doesn't have anything about the subject matter. I understand that the director is trying to make a documentary, but I think he just focused on the subjects he wanted to. The movie is great, but I just feel like it lacked the substance that would have made this film a great documentary. I think this is the first documentary that I've ever been disappointed in. I really feel like it's not worth it.

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Kenneth W.

As a child of the 90's I remember my parents being concerned about the anti-gay agenda being pushed by the media. Now, the media is pushing back against this agenda and it is the reason we have had the 'problem' of gay people being able to kill people without any consequences. The media pushes for legislation to protect the LGBT community and not for the protection of the traditional family. The first time I saw a gay character on a film I was shocked and I thought that this was a gimmick to sell the film. I had not realised that there were actually gay people in the world. I was very interested in the film and thought it was brilliant. It took me by surprise when I discovered that there are actually gay people in the world and that they were being pushed away from the society and into the closet. It is a very interesting film and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in the subject.

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Karen S.

I have never been a critic of the feminist movement but I'm a feminist myself, and this movie is definitely more in line with my ideals. I loved the fact that they tried to take an unbiased look at a topic, while at the same time portraying the side of the "I'm not a feminist" feminists, so to speak. The film was funny and well done, and I can't say that I was offended by the language and the things that were said. It was pretty entertaining to see these things unfold in a movie, and that's what I expected. I also liked that they didn't make a case for why these people are evil or why they're not being fair. I did feel that they got a little too preachy at times, and I think that was probably the point, but it's not something that would have hurt the movie in my opinion. Overall, I'd say that this movie was more of an educational film and I liked it. I thought that it was well done, and I liked the fact that they didn't take sides, and instead they were able to give a fair picture of the movement. I think that it's a good film for people to see and learn more about the movement. It's not meant to be the definitive feminist film, and that's okay. 7/10

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Dennis Schultz

You might have heard about this film before. The tagline on it was "a society on the edge". It is about a group of white women who are more worried about the safety of their white, heterosexual male colleagues than the safety of their own families. The film looks at these women as they confront the fear and insecurity that their children face. The most shocking thing about this film is the fact that it is a story about white, middle-class women. This film has not only a shocking subject, but a highly political one. It is an extremely important film. If you are a white woman, and you are worried about what your kids are going to have to deal with, this film might not be for you. But if you are not a white woman, and you are concerned about the safety of your children, you should see this film. It will show you that you can have the safest home in the world, but you can also be the most frightened, worried and insecure parent in the world. This film is a must see. If you are not a white woman, you might find this film a little depressing.

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Rachel Patterson

This documentary is about the resistance of an American girl, who is refusing to be "socialized", in order to make her own choices and values. What she is trying to do is to stop the government from taking over her life. The "socialized" girl was able to tell the government that they were wrong. This documentary is a good way to get to know more about a phenomenon that affects more than 100 million people. The United States government has tried to control people through "education", "health" and "safety". The documentary does not focus on how much money the government spends to take control of people. What it shows is how the government takes control of people through their choices. The documentary shows the story of a girl named Jenny McCarthy. The documentary shows the girl's story, and also the people she talks to, about how the government is trying to take control of people. The documentary is interesting and gives a lot of information, but there are some things that make it difficult to understand. For example, Jenny McCarthy's mother is shown talking about how Jenny is so smart, but she has no self-esteem. The documentary shows that Jenny McCarthy is not intelligent, but she has self-esteem. The documentary is not all that informative, but it is good to know more about how people are trying to resist the government's control. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to know more about the "socialized" girl. I give it a 7 out of 10.

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Benjamin

My mother was a female victim of sexual assault when she was a young girl. She has been living in fear ever since, and was greatly impacted by the video released by the Office of Civil Rights, when it came to light that she had been sexually assaulted. That's why she went to see this documentary, and she is still concerned and affected by the experience. In the film, she discusses how she has felt about her life ever since, how she has felt like she's had to take a back seat in her life, how she has had to come to terms with the fact that her mother had become a burden to her, and how she has come to terms with the fact that she no longer wants to have sex with her mother. Her father died before she was born, and her mother is in a wheelchair, unable to move around. She wants to be around her mother, but her mother is not around. It's been difficult for her to get along with her mother, and the two of them seem to be at odds. The film also touches on the fact that when she was a young girl, she was molested by her uncle, and when she was older, she had a relationship with her cousin. The film shows that there are lots of people in the world that have been victimized, but I'm not sure that there are that many people who have been victimized by sexual abuse. There are some people who are molested, and some who have been raped, but the numbers are small, so it's hard to say how many people have been victimized by sexual abuse.

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Jeffrey B.

What a wonderful story. Too bad it never was aired on the nightly news. That's a shame.

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Zachary

I watched this film after hearing that it was about a school shooting. After all, it is the work of a liberal group, and it has to be something like that. This is one of the most intense and honest documentaries I've seen in a long time. It's about a school shooting in a small town in North Carolina. It is an event that left at least three students dead. The parents of these students were distraught and angry, and the school district felt the need to take action to stop the shooting. The film does an amazing job of telling the story of how this tragedy occurred. The people who knew the students well are in tears, and the school district is left completely devastated. This is a very difficult subject, and it was done very well. It's interesting to see what parents would do if their children were being killed in the school. This film made me feel very uncomfortable. I felt as though the parents were too close to the school and would have the school shut down. There is also the question of why the school district would want to take action when there is so much damage already being done. The parents are blaming the school district for not protecting their children, and they are blaming the school district for allowing the shooter to take so many students away. It's not an easy topic to deal with, but it is important to hear these parents' perspectives. I recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn about a school shooting.

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Janet M.

A great documentary about a bunch of college students who decided to stop taking drugs, and start to clean up their lives. Their parents were very supportive and they decided to do something about it. I don't really know how to describe this film. It's very interesting and the subjects are interesting. I would recommend it to anybody who has an interest in drugs or has a friend who has an interest in drugs. It's a very interesting documentary. 8/10

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Edward

As a parent of a teenaged daughter, I was very concerned about the direction that the country was taking with the issue of sexual education. I watched the documentary "What's the Matter With Kansas?" which I felt was very accurate about the state of affairs. As I watched "Safe Space," I was even more concerned about what the government was doing with this issue. As it turns out, this is just a good story of a bunch of kids being tormented by their peers. In the end, they don't have a safe space and they get bullied. It's a sad story, but it's an important one. The documentary shows the problem in a very interesting way, with a lot of humor and a lot of heart. I also enjoyed the fact that they didn't tell the whole story, they told a few things that I knew about, but then they showed the other side. Overall, it was a good documentary that I would recommend to anyone.