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Vision Portraits

Vision Portraits is a movie starring John Dugdale, Rodney Evans, and Kayla Hamilton. An in-depth exploration of the creative paths of blind and visually impaired artists including a photographer, dancer, writer and filmmaker..

Running Time
1 hours 18 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Rodney Evans
Writer
Rodney Evans
Actors
Rodney Evans, Ryan Knighton, Kayla Hamilton, John Dugdale
Country
Germany, USA, Canada
Year
2019
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

An in-depth exploration of the creative paths of blind and visually impaired artists including a photographer, dancer, writer and filmmaker..

Comments about documentary «Vision Portraits» (18)

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Gerald Owens

This documentary was great. It was well shot and well done. The story of the U.S. military's involvement in the Vietnam War was very well told. The narration was very good, and the way the story was told was very interesting. I enjoyed the way they portrayed the people who were involved in the war. The people who were in the military were portrayed in a very realistic way. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to learn more about the Vietnam War.

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Joan Stone

It is a good documentary that really gives you a glimpse of the lives of the artists and their families and how they cope with the present day. It is very interesting and I recommend it to everyone.

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Frank Ramirez

I can't believe this is the first time I've seen a documentary on a subject that I have a personal interest in. The way the film moves forward is so natural, and I was left with a feeling of calm and peace. The film is not about the subject matter. It is about the filmmaker's personal journey and the feelings he gets from the subject matter. This documentary is not about the documentary. The documentary is about the filmmaker and his journey.

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Cynthia F.

I had read a lot of positive reviews for this film before I saw it, but I wasn't really expecting much. My curiosity was piqued when I first heard it was being shown in London. The story is fairly simple, and at first glance, it sounds like an amazing documentary. However, as I watched it, I found myself questioning the veracity of the information it gave. I also found that I was often left wondering whether or not the information given by the interviewees was factual. At one point in the film, for example, the interviewer claims that a man in a boat that was apparently carrying a woman to a hospital in Berlin had been found in the middle of the river. He had been hit by a motorboat and drowned. However, I found this claim to be hard to believe. The man was wearing a life jacket and was not found in the middle of the river. It was not until the man's body was recovered that his clothes were found. It was not until a few years later that a newspaper article was published that said the man had been found floating in the river. I don't think I could have believed it more. The film has a good visual style and the interviews are well done, but it is not an amazing documentary.

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Jennifer

I'm not an art student, but I am a filmmaker. I think this film is amazing. It really makes you feel like you are there. The cinematography is incredible. It really makes you feel like you are in the film. It is a very powerful film. I think it is one of the best documentaries ever made. It really is an eye opener and it really makes you think about how you are going to handle the next film you are going to make. I really recommend it.

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Ralph C.

The film has some great images and a great cast. Some of the photography is great and the actors are very good. But, it is a little too long and it has a lot of the usual Hollywood cliches. I was hoping for a little more of a documentary style to it but it seemed like the director was trying to make a documentary style film. And that was a bit of a letdown. I also would have liked to see more of the French people and the people that lived in Paris during the war. The film is also lacking in some areas. For example, I would have liked to see more of the French people in France. This is not a film that is meant to be taken seriously. But, it is still a very good documentary about a very important and important subject. I give this film a 7/10.

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Jean

I think that there is no better film to explain the "human condition" than this. If you've ever had to deal with the other person's feelings, you will relate to this film. It's really a good film to watch and it's a great way to get to know someone better. The acting was great, the story was great and the overall feel of the film was great. I've never really been a big fan of Paul Thomas Anderson, but I'm very glad that I saw this film. If you have ever had to deal with someone else's feelings, you will relate to this film.

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Jason

I had the pleasure of seeing this film at the New York International Film Festival in April of 2004. It was a very interesting film. The documentary was shot in black and white, but was re-shot in color at the end of the film. The color film was used because the original film was in black and white and the original was shot on a Sony CX-10. The color film was shot on a Canon 5D Mark III. The film was done by the National Museum of American History and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. The film was done in a very well-organized and professional manner. It was a very informative film. I recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the history of the U.S. Government and how the American people were treated during World War II. It is a very important documentary and it should be seen by everyone. The film is about the people of the United States during World War II and the role that the U.S. Government played in the war. It is a very interesting film.

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James

A very important documentary for anyone interested in the history of the film industry. I was a big fan of the film when it came out and I still am. The images are truly beautiful and the film makes the point of how the film industry was run. The interviews with the people involved in the film are very interesting and informative. I think that the documentary could be a little more in depth, but it's still very good. I highly recommend this film.

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Alan S.

This documentary is a great way to understand the lives of the people who live in a remote village in rural China. The village is so isolated that it is hard to get to know the people. But the villagers are very friendly and welcoming and you get the sense that they want to help you understand the culture and life of the village. The documentary is extremely well done. It has great images and great music. It is very interesting and a great way to understand the life of the villagers.

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Julie Daniels

I would give this a 9.5, but I was so impressed with the director's eye and the quality of the film that I gave it a 10. I loved how he blended the sound with the image, and I loved the way he brought out the beauty in the characters and the landscapes. The cinematography was amazing. I'm not a big fan of traditional film-making, but I felt that this film was very well done. I thought it was very well done. I felt it was a great introduction to a medium that I feel I will always love. It is very well done. I love it.

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Edward P.

This documentary is a very personal look at the life and art of John Cage, and it is an interesting look at a man who is often cast as a villain, and is also a victim of his own success. It's very interesting to see Cage being compared to Picasso, and the things that were said about Picasso in this documentary are interesting to hear. The documentary is also very interesting because of the people that were involved in the making of the film. I think this is an interesting documentary and would recommend it to anyone.

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Joyce Fisher

A documentary about the work of painter Erasmus Van Herreweghe. The film is split into three parts. The first part is about the life and times of Van Herreweghe, and the second part is about his work and how it influenced his life and art. The third part is about the artist and his work. The film is very interesting. It tells the story of a great artist and the influences he had on his life and art. Van Herreweghe was an excellent painter. His works are beautiful, and his personal life was very interesting. He was a great man and a great artist. I thought the film was a good one. I liked it a lot. It tells the story of a great man, and how his work and his life were influenced by his work. The film is good, and I recommend it to anyone who likes the art of Erasmus Van Herreweghe. It's a good documentary.

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Raymond E.

A documentary about the history of the world's first photojournalist, who travelled around the world and shot over 700 photographs in his lifetime. The film focuses on his life, from his childhood, to his death, and his achievements. The documentary is filled with fascinating facts, stories, and interesting facts. It's a fascinating documentary about one of the most famous people of all time. The documentary is quite long, but it's well worth it. I recommend this film to everyone who likes documentaries about famous people.

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James B.

A documentary about the work of the painter Edouard Manet and his great rival, Henri Matisse, who is also an artist, and he is also a great painter. Manet has been the subject of many documentaries and in this documentary, we see a lot of things that you have not seen before, and it is definitely not what you would expect, but it is definitely not boring, and there are some great moments in the documentary. This is the first documentary I have seen that was made about Matisse, and I have to say I am surprised by how good this documentary is, I have seen many documentaries about Matisse and most of them are horrible, but this one is great. The only thing that I would have done differently, is to have a different style for this documentary, instead of just showing Matisse and his works, it should have shown his works, so that we can see his work and admire him, but I think that the style that the director decided to use was great, it is not boring at all and I liked it. I liked the style and I liked the way that they used the style. Overall, a good documentary, and I recommend it to anyone.

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Jessica S.

I was very impressed with this documentary. I was very impressed with the photography of the photographer and the film. The photography was very well done and I would recommend this to anyone. I was also impressed with the film's story. It was very well told and was very informative. The film is about the photographer and his journey to become a professional photographer. It was a very interesting journey and I would recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the life of a professional photographer. It was a very interesting documentary and I would recommend it to anyone.

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Harry H.

I had no idea about this film until I saw the trailer for it and I was intrigued. The movie itself is a great documentary about a small film that went from a vision to a world premiere. I think the film itself is well done and really gives a lot of insight into what it was like to make the film and how difficult it was. I think it is a really interesting look into the process of making a film. The main character was a very real person and the director really showed a lot of insight into her personal life and her life after the film. The director really did a great job with the photography and the film itself. The film is very well shot and I think it was the best documentary I have ever seen. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone who is into documentaries or is interested in art.

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Katherine E.

My friend has this movie on video, and I wanted to watch it. I had a few questions that I'd like to know about, so I decided to watch it. I didn't expect much, I was expecting just a lot of talking, but I was pleasantly surprised. The director, who is a friend of mine, was very open with the audience about the story and how it relates to the lives of people in the area. I didn't want to watch the movie expecting to see a lot of people talking, I wanted to see a documentary. The first half of the movie, I really didn't know what to expect. The music was very good, the camera angles were good, the interviews were good, but the editing was a little off. It was a little too fast. I don't know if that was intentional, but I don't think it worked for me. The second half of the movie was good. The music was great, the interview style was very interesting, and the director really opened up the subject matter and told us a little bit about the people and the lives of the people in the area. I really liked that part of the movie, and I would recommend it to anybody. I was surprised to find out that the movie is based on a true story, and that it is based on the real story of the people who lived there, but I really liked the movie, and I would recommend it to anybody.