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Monrovia, Indiana

Following the 2016 presidential election, Frederick Wiseman's documentary dissects small-town America to understand how its values impact and influence the political landscape of the nation.

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2 hours 23 minutes
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Frederick Wiseman
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Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
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Comments about documentary «Monrovia, Indiana» (13)

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This movie is so touching and uplifting. I will never forget the way the narrator describes the last days of the sick and dying residents of this country. I'm not saying that all the residents died, but this was what they went through. And it was a big country with many people who had to deal with this tragedy. And it was important to know that these were just people who had the right to live, and the politicians who were trying to protect them were just not doing their jobs. The last few days of life are the most important days of life. And it is not that you have to be dead to get this message, but it is what you get to see.

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The movie was great. I never saw the first movie and I was really looking forward to this one. I thought the story line was interesting and the cinematography was really great. I was also impressed with how fast the movie was. I don't usually like movies with such a long time span between scenes, but this movie was perfect for that. I thought the acting was great, especially by the two main characters, and especially by the African American cast. I was actually surprised with how well the movie was directed. It is not the best movie ever made, but I think it is worth watching.

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Sarah G.

This movie is a documentary that shows the impact that HIV and AIDS has had on so many lives and the people in the affected areas. It shows the physical effects of the virus, the struggle to treat the patients, the good and the bad and the people and the companies that profit off of it. Some people will see it as propaganda, some people will see it as a reality check, and some will just watch it and feel like they have never been told the truth about HIV and AIDS. It has a great message to it and is very interesting to watch. This documentary is very well done and it really does show the life of the infected people and the people around them and the people in the countries affected. The people who are affected by HIV and AIDS are some of the most interesting and interesting people in the world. They are people with passion and struggle to keep living their lives and living out their dreams. They are amazing people that are truly remarkable. I think the message of the movie is really good. It shows the human side of the disease and the struggle to keep living and to go on. This movie is very powerful and very powerful for all people. It shows how people are affected by HIV and AIDS and it really shows the human side of the disease and how it is horrible and how it affects the people who are affected by it. It is a very powerful documentary and it really shows that HIV and AIDS is a horrible disease that is horrible for people and it really shows how bad the disease is. I think that it is a great documentary that is really good and really shows the truth about the disease. I would say that this is a really great documentary and I think it is a really good movie. I recommend this movie to all people because it really shows the truth about the disease and it really shows the reality of the disease.

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Christopher Myers

I was shocked and appalled to hear about how this movie was received. The acting was superb and the "real" story was heartbreaking. People everywhere should see this movie!

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Sean James

This is a documentary that gives a great perspective of the very real challenge of the AIDS epidemic. We are presented with statistics, interviews, and video footage from around the world, with a focus on the US. It is a beautifully filmed documentary with great insight and great emotional impact. I found it incredibly interesting and captivating, and thoroughly recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the current HIV epidemic in the US. The interviews with many of the individuals interviewed are very insightful and well done, and I have to say that they are very well done. The problem with many documentary films is that they end abruptly. This one doesn't. I'm glad that this one ended where it did. A must-see documentary for anyone who cares about the AIDS crisis.

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I think the most important thing to take away from this documentary is the overwhelming sense of fear felt by the community of Westboro Baptist Church, and their motivations for protesting the funerals of people who have died in the Iraq war. There is no sympathy for the family members of these people. The only emotion felt by the people interviewed is anger, and the anger is justified. The Westboro Baptist Church, although an atheist organization, is anti-God. Their beliefs are rooted in the rejection of God and any type of spirituality. The members are not religious, they are just people who feel that God should not exist. It is an extreme form of religion. For those who may not know, the Westboro Baptist Church is the largest hate group in the United States. Their beliefs have been incorporated into the anti-gay, anti-Catholic, anti-Muslim, anti-Native American, anti-Jew, anti-black, anti-homosexual, anti-woman, anti-Catholic, anti-white, and anti-Hispanic movements. They have become very successful at getting their message out. They have won many awards and have formed a cult of personality. They were not founded to protest any particular event, but they did it anyway. In the documentary, members of the Westboro Baptist Church speak in scathing terms about those who have died in the war, and how they have helped to kill some of the soldiers who have died in Iraq. Members of the Westboro Baptist Church believe that God is going to send them back to Hell. They even have a kind of "God is Dead" prayer that they say at funerals. The documentary is not just about their beliefs, but about their lives and the people who are in their lives. The documentary is very funny, although there is a lot of graphic images and graphic language. I recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in the topic. My rating is nine out of ten stars.

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Let me start off by saying that I have been very interested in the issue of AIDS since the 1990s. I read a lot of the articles about it, and have had people in my family die from AIDS. I am not the only one who has seen the film, and I have been told that this film is important and powerful. The film covers the facts about the epidemic and how people are affected by it. It is a must see for everyone who cares about the issues of HIV/AIDS. I have seen a lot of films about the AIDS epidemic, but I have never seen anything like this. I did not see the film in the theatre, and I have only just now been able to watch it. It is a must see!

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Edward Ortiz

I watched this movie because I was curious about the history of the small town. I thought it would be interesting to know how this small town became a major center for AIDS research. The film is well worth watching, and it is quite informative. I have not read the book, but I was surprised to learn that the town is named after a man who died of AIDS. I would recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in learning more about this subject.

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Brittany Lane

The film is based on the Pulitzer Prize winning book, "The Body Politic." The film is a true story. The movie is not fictional. It is a documentary. If you liked this film you will love "America: Imagine the World Without Her."

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Emma Reynolds

I am writing to tell you that this is the best film I have ever seen. I have seen the film once, and I can't believe I actually watched it. It is a very good film, that tells the truth of this place and its people. I want to see it again, and I hope I can get the chance. It is a very good film, and I hope you can see it soon. I would like to thank you for this great film. God bless the United States of America. I look forward to seeing more films from you.

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This film is an honest, unflinching and unflinching look at the aftermath of the AIDS crisis in the US. It's an indictment of the way we treat the gay community, and how our society has responded to the epidemic. It's also a look at how the people affected by AIDS are still struggling to find their way back to a normal life. The film also looks at the attitudes of some people towards the HIV-positive community. It's a good film, and I highly recommend it.

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It was a great documentary. The journey of young people was very inspiring and the majority of the subjects who made it through it were very articulate and creative. I can see how some people can be biased towards the documentary, because it was not a documentary, but a real-life experience. I think that it would be a shame to ignore the lives of these young people because they were not able to get the education they needed to be able to use their abilities. I think that it was really important that the documentary could help the young people to use their talents and make a living.

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Shirley Jackson

I just saw this documentary and was blown away. It was very powerful. I have always been interested in the AIDS crisis in the US and have been looking for documentaries that are more on the ground. I have not seen one that has dealt with the epidemic as well as this one. The director and producer of the film did an excellent job of making the documentary interesting and engaging. They did a great job of not just telling the story of the epidemic but also the lives of the people affected by it. The director was very good at showing the history of the epidemic and how it affected people's lives. The documentary is very well done and I highly recommend it.