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I'm Leaving Now

I'm Leaving Now is a movie starring Felipe Hernández. After 16 years in Brooklyn, working three low-paying jobs and collecting bottles on the street in his spare time and sending the bulk of his earnings home to his family in...

Other Titles
Ya me voy
Running Time
1 hours 14 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Lindsey Cordero, Armando Croda
Josh Alexander
Felipe Hernández
USA, Mexico
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

After 16 years in Brooklyn, working three low-paying jobs and collecting bottles on the street in his spare time and sending the bulk of his earnings home to his family in Mexico, Felipe decided to return after almost two decades. But when he informs his family of his homecoming, he discovers that they've squandered the money, are deeply in debt and don't want him to return. They need him to stay in the US.

Comments about documentary «I'm Leaving Now» (16)

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This is the most incredible documentary I've ever seen. Not a film, not a narrative, not a review, not an opinion, not anything. The film is a documentary, a series of stills and a soundtrack of music. It's the two-part "Story of Micky" and "Story of the Black Panthers" that are the most powerful part of the entire thing. These two pieces are absolutely essential to understand the movement. They explain it, but are far more powerful than any description can be. You have to see the film and think about it and ponder it. This documentary is a bit more difficult to understand, but it is well worth seeing.

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Olivia Lewis

This is a documentary about the success of her new movie and the audience reaction to it. It's not a nice one either. There are several scenes that are very emotionally charged. There are scenes that are tasteless. The movie is highly controversial and people are very angry at the movie. The movie was very well received in Canada, and by international viewers and critics. The movie has some amazing shots of Canada. I recommend seeing this movie, but I'm not sure you want to.

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This is a documentary about a group of hard working "working class" people who are being evicted from their homes by a New York City corporation. They are using all of their energy and resources to organize and fight this plan. They are being fed the lies that they will be evicted if they do not agree to accept a reduction in the rent. The film explores the issue of "prejudice" in a very interesting and well thought out way. You are not sure what the "problem" is until you see the reality of the situation for yourself. It makes you realize that no matter what you hear about the housing crisis, or what is written in the papers, or what you read in the news, nothing is as it seems. The people in this film are sincere in their efforts to stop the eviction. Their efforts are admirable and they deserve the support they receive from the public. The final scene is very touching and will leave you in tears. I can only recommend this documentary.

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Nicholas Cole

There's a great documentary on the world of acting called The Rehearsals. It's the real life story of a group of actors who had to rehearse for their roles. The actors are Joe's, Jonathan's, Jane's and Patricia's. They go to auditions with no money, and the only thing they need is their time and their confidence. Joe doesn't have money to pay his actor friend (the guy he's been dating) and his friend is too afraid to say no. But Joe and his friend get a chance to play a scene with Patricia. This makes the rehearsal go by and the actors become friends again. Joe and his friend are the only ones who know that the only way to get better is to rehearse for their roles. And the rehearsal goes on until they finish the scene. Some scenes in this movie were not even rehearsed, and Joe got a call from one of the male actors that he was going to make the movie. He says he won't do it unless Joe gets a part. Joe is a very intelligent guy and tells the actor that the story will be too simple and if he plays his part, it will be a waste of time. The man didn't take the call, but did a few scenes and he agreed to do it. This movie is amazing. It shows the world of the acting world, from the audition scene to the final. It's the story of how the actors survive, how they learn to become actors and how they stay in touch with their friends. The movie is about the audition scene and how the actors become friends. It's about Joe and his friend getting to play in a movie. It's about how the audition went on and how they ended up being friends. It's about how the actors learn to become actors and how they stay in touch with their friends.

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Dylan Pierce

This is a very interesting and engaging documentary that is worth seeing in my opinion. It's hard to know what to make of this movie. It's mostly opinion and it's difficult to fully judge. It is great to see a film that shows an interesting viewpoint on the world around us. It is an excellent documentary and a must see. Some things that are not always clear, but it's worth the effort. I'm leaving now, so I'll just say this: go see it. I think you'll be pleasantly surprised. It's not perfect. There are some parts that are a little slow, but I'm just not sure why. Maybe I just missed some things that were important to talk about, but you may not. I recommend this movie.

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Catherine Morrison

As an American born in the 1980s, I'm glad that this documentary is finally being shown in the U.S. as it is a very important historical document. It's amazing to see how the world has changed since I was in school. From the music to the entertainment, to the environment, and so on. I'd like to see this documentary shown in the U.S. because I believe it's very important to remember that we are still in a world where we can't afford to eat properly. I feel that this documentary should be shown to the next generation because the world is changing so rapidly that we need to be aware of what's happening and change our lifestyle as soon as possible.

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Timothy B.

I had the privilege of watching this documentary for the first time in my life. I had been aware of the hardship of migrant workers from Asia for years, and had seen the current situation on the Asian side of the U.S.A. When I learned that this film was made and aired here, I was thrilled to see the plight of these men and women who have been forced to work and live in conditions that are anything but acceptable for a civilized, Western country. The film has been a huge eye opener for me. While it was not as strong or direct in telling the story of the workers from Asia as it could have been, I was able to glean from it that there is an entire class of people that have been conned by the corporations and their handlers, and who have been exploited by the government and our very own nation. They are being treated as commodities. I can see no way they can be happy or content in the West. The film was a wonderful gift to the world of Labor Rights and Labor Advocates. The love for the people that have been victimized in this way by a government that does not care about the victims or the needs of the community, is heartfelt and inspirational. Many people that have seen the film were also shocked at the conditions in the camps and by the image of the workers that was given of them. I was able to see from many different angles the exploitation and how these people were being used. The more you watch the film, the more you understand and appreciate it. One of the people interviewed said that she had been so moved by the film, she wanted to go and see it again, and she did.

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Jessica Alvarez

I saw this film at the Sundance Film Festival. The first time I saw this film was on HBO. I was totally surprised and completely impressed by this film. I highly recommend this film to everyone. I have never seen a documentary like this one. This film is definitely a work of art. There is a lot of information that is never told. The film shows the impact of the environmental movement in the United States and worldwide. It is extremely interesting to learn about the different environmental movements and their impact. This documentary is filled with incredible and interesting footage. I highly recommend this film to everyone who loves documentaries and has a mind to watch. This is definitely one of the best films of the year.

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Eric R.

I was one of the lucky ones to see this movie at the Sydney Film Festival. The makers of this film and its lead character, Kate, did an excellent job of bringing the story of Kate to life. It is a very sad story. Kate's life is so tragic, and the filmmakers have made it very clear that this is not a movie for the faint of heart. I would recommend this film to anyone who has a love for the arts. It is not a movie for the easily offended.

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Johnny B.

The documentary, "Waking Life" is a must see for anyone who is seeking a change of pace from their daily grind. The film is about a self proclaimed hippie, named Derrin, who is living the "dream". It's about a young woman named Sarah, who is struggling with her demons and thoughts. It's about a man named Tom, who is on a journey to make his life more peaceful. The film is not just about the life of one person, but rather about a collective of people, who are all on the verge of a complete change of lifestyle. The film has a very clear message and message that is as important as anything in the film. The film will leave you feeling good and empowered. It will leave you wanting to know more about what's happening to everyone, and the world. The film is about a world that is slowly changing. The film is not only about a person who is on a spiritual journey, but also about a world that is slowly becoming more and more disconnected from the rest of the world. This is a very important film that will leave you with a sense of hope. The film is also about the importance of not being a victim of your thoughts. The film is a very powerful film that will leave you wanting to know more.

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Cheryl Pierce

Well, a good documentary is what I hoped for when I entered the cinema. A very good documentary and a very good movie. The movie's summary is very misleading. I have no idea what's the most important factor to watch the movie. This film was not the most important factor in my opinion. The best part of the movie is the interviewees, who shared their feelings about what they have experienced and what they have seen. I have no idea why the directors decided to cut out important parts. Also, the editing is very strange. The first half is very slow and gives a very dull impression, and the last half, which is not so slow, is extremely fast. You don't have time to see what they are saying, and you are very confused if what you heard is actually real or not. It's a bit like listening to someone talking with a very bad accent. What I did like in this movie was the interviews, which are the best part of the movie. I liked the fact that they talked about the abuse and the suffering, and the fact that they talked about their feelings about it. It's not something you'd see in any other documentary, especially not in a low budget one like this one. This film, like many others, should not be seen by people who have issues with the violence in movies, as it can ruin the impact of the movie for those who watch it.

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This documentary is the best I've seen in a long time. It's not just a documentary about the refugee crisis, but an expose of the American society that is completely clueless about the crisis and how it affects the world. I didn't know the stories of the people in the film, but the way they are told is incredibly powerful. The film is narrated by Frank La Rue, who is a journalist and is a former resident of New York City. He is able to bring you into the reality of what is happening, and how the world is being affected by it. This is a documentary that you won't forget. It's a must see for anyone interested in the refugee crisis and the world we live in.

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Watched this film on a flight to LA. It was very interesting to see the environment and problems of this country with all the corruptions and corruption which is still here today. I do have to say that the film makers did a great job of telling the story of America with a lot of truth and integrity. This film will be very enlightening to those of us who are looking to get a better understanding of our own country and how it operates. I am surprised at how many reviews there are for this film and I'm not quite sure why. Perhaps some reviewers don't understand what this film is really about, and the rest of us are just too dumb to see the truth of it. If you do see this film, be sure to watch it with your family or friends. This film is not for the people who hate America. It is an informative film which has a lot of information. It is very good to see that there are people out there who care about what is happening to this country and what it's going to be like in the future. This is something which we must do our best to prevent. A great film and a must see.

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Just after reading the synopsis of this movie I was pretty excited to see it, but I have to admit I was quite skeptical. I'm not a huge fan of the Coen brothers, but I also haven't seen many of their movies. So I did a lot of research before I saw this film and I just had a good time. It's a pretty good film with some good acting, but the story is a little hard to follow and some of the actors do some acting that makes me wonder why they would even be in the film in the first place. Still, this is a great film to watch for people who like their movies quirky. I think you'll be able to figure out what the film is about after a while, but you may not find yourself fully satisfied. It's not the best film in the world, but it's definitely a worthwhile one.

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Lori Cook

I was surprised that this film did not receive a much wider audience than it did. It did make me think and think some more. I liked it a lot. It's an eye-opening, moving, and fascinating look at what it means to be an artist in an age of commodification. It is also a great film to see in 3D. The documentary format is also worth seeing.

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James Mitchell

I was a little disappointed when I first saw this movie because I was expecting a little more action, a little more laughter, and a little more of the kind of crazy behavior that occurs in the "Tee Pee Club". However, as I watched it, I was amazed at the honesty and honesty of this documentary. This is not a movie for the "Teen Movie" crowd. The movie is about people who live for the game, and it is the people that do not know what is happening behind the scenes who are most affected by it. This movie shows how people from all over the world can come together and form a community in a period of time that is short but very intense. This documentary is not for those who have not seen it yet, but it is a must see for all the fans of the game.