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The Hottest August

The Hottest August is a movie starring Clare Coulter. Ordinary people in New York are asked to talk about their lives and their hopes for the future in a time marked by political division and climate change.

Running Time
1 hours 34 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Brett Story
Clare Coulter
USA, Canada
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Ordinary people in New York are asked to talk about their lives and their hopes for the future in a time marked by political division and climate change.

Comments about documentary «The Hottest August» (21)

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Jean H.

This movie is excellent in a way that it shows how a month can be one big struggle. It's not just the physical and emotional discomfort of the month. It is also the struggle to live with yourself. This is about a month for a woman named Alia. Alia is a thirty-something mother of three who is a dedicated mother of four. Her husband left her and she needs a job. She's also struggling with the fact that she wants a career but she is also struggling with the fact that she doesn't have a job. Her husband doesn't understand why she wants a career. She feels like she doesn't fit in the traditional American family. She's also struggling with her boyfriend who she's dating. She's been having a hard time with this relationship and she is starting to feel her life is lacking and is going through a lot. In a way, this is her coming of age. The movie is very well done and the messages are very powerful. The things that are happening are very real and it's not just the things that happen. It's the whole lifestyle and the struggle. The message is very powerful and important. I love the message. I also love the way the movie is filmed. It's very different from the average movie. It's not just about the story of Alia and how she's dealing with the problem. It's also about the struggles she's facing with her boyfriend and how she's dealing with her relationship with her father. It's very powerful and important and it's very honest. It's very interesting and I recommend it to anyone who is interested in this subject. It's a really good movie.

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Frances C.

An absolutely amazing documentary about the crucial and often forgotten relationship between a teen girl and her parents. The movie is very graphic and hard to watch at times, but the story behind it is worth every minute. I have always been a fan of the director and his work, and the beauty of his work is that he does not only tell the story of his subjects, but also goes deep into the emotional lives of those people. For me, he really succeeds in making his subject people that you can relate to and feel for. I feel that he does not tell the whole story, but rather just tells the stories of the people in his life, and I would definitely recommend this film to anyone that is looking for a deep and meaningful documentary.

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Virginia Cooper

In 1990, seven journalists and reporters who had been working for the media in the post-Communist communist countries of Eastern Europe were placed in a Hungarian prison. The journalists were informed of their impending imprisonment by their former employers, and were forced to write for a few months about their experiences. The final result was a film called "Summer of '68" which tells their story in chronological order, and also explores the personal motivations of the journalists. While the film is not a documentary, the content and style of it are definitely in the tradition of those documentaries. It is an interesting and well-crafted film, that is very well-made, and presents information in a very clear and non-confusing manner. The information presented is very, very important, and is certainly a crucial element in understanding the situation in Eastern Europe during the summer of 1968. This is a must-see film for any historical film buff.

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Jacob F.

This documentary is a little long in the tooth, but it's really a good one. The main thrust of the movie is on two young girls who were kidnapped and trafficked into the United States in the 1970s. In the course of their escape, they were kidnapped and held in the infamous Boston Boys' Home for Boys. The documentary goes into the details of the young girls' experiences and attempts to get them to come out of the shelter, and then to reunite with their families. The movie is one of the best docs I have ever seen and I really hope it gets a lot of attention for showing these kids their own home and the harrowing experiences they had there. It really is a powerful film that shows the reality of what these young girls had to go through in the course of their escape. The movie is an important part of the ongoing discussion about the abuse that these girls endured. I think the movie would have been better if it had not had the lead actress speaking about her experiences of being held at the Boston Boys' Home. The people who are in charge of the Boston Boys' Home for Boys are shown to be heartless and insensitive, and the movie would have been more impactful if it had focused on the other girls at the home.

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This is a fascinating documentary that does not hold back on its opinions about August 11, 2001. The film is a must see for everyone, as it shows us a truth we already knew but was overlooked by the mainstream media. In an effort to keep this information from the public, the CIA and FBI have held back on any information about the attacks on the World Trade Center, and have not released any information to the public until now. This documentary shows us the events leading up to the attacks, and how the media is covering up what really happened. The facts are so horrific, we have to ask ourselves if we are ever going to see a real investigation. This film is a must see for anyone that has a love of journalism or a desire to learn about the truth of what happened that day.

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Jeremy M.

This film is an emotional roller coaster. The past and present of modern India are brought into focus. It is not just a history lesson as the subtitle suggests. It is a film about the current situation in the country and how the media (and the government) have been neglecting the problems facing the country. If you are a fan of the news channels, you should not miss this film. The news channels have been doing a good job covering this and other issues. I would strongly recommend this film to everyone.

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Amber B.

I have seen a lot of documentaries in my time. Some are good, some are very good, some are very bad. This is a pretty good documentary about why the US has become a laughing stock for the rest of the world. It shows the US' biggest weakness, that it is more interested in holding onto power than it is in learning how to be a global leader. The US is so self obsessed that it has had to create a new language to express itself. They have tried to make it a French language, which is still used in the US. It is so ridiculous that they even tried to put that into a documentary. It's funny to see how the US is using "translating" a language, because this was their language and they're supposed to have had to learn it. The documentary is well put together and some of the information is very insightful. It is very well edited and it is very well paced. It's a very good documentary about the US and the US culture.

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Harold H.

I caught this documentary on TV and thought it would be a great movie to watch. I was right. It was very entertaining and it was more than just a documentary. It was more than just an informative look at the movie industry and how we interact with each other. I thought the interviews were very interesting and informative. I think the main point of the movie is to show that every time we take something to the movies, we are often interacting with someone else. I think there is a lot of misunderstandings about how to interact with each other. I thought the movie was entertaining and informative.

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Craig Ray

The Hottest August is a documentary film that tells the story of the wettest August in recorded history. The film was shot over a period of ten years and follows the group of people that have been the subject of the most extreme weather events in the past century. This is not a documentary about what is happening in the climate, but rather about the people that are affected by the extreme weather events. There is a lot of commentary from scientists, meteorologists and weathermen who have been affected by extreme weather events, and there are interviews with survivors of extreme weather events who share their experiences. The film is also very well produced, with both interviewees and viewers given short but clear summaries of the events in the film. I thoroughly enjoyed the film. It is a thoughtful, well-balanced film that takes an unbiased look at what is happening on the ground. I think that it is not a film that is going to change people's minds about the causes of extreme weather events, but rather it is an eye-opening film that will provide a perspective on what is happening in our world.

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Keith Sanchez

So many of the recent documentaries have been overly-complicated, and while "Hottest August" is just that, it's still a good watch. It's not a documentary of the greatest importance, but it does explain the events that took place during the scandal. It's also a pretty good look at how the film industry has changed over the past decade or so. It's nice to see that there are still good movies being made, even though the market is saturated with the same type of material. I'm a bit surprised that the director had no money to make the movie, but I guess that the financial constraints that the movie industry is facing right now (and maybe not since the financial crisis of 2008) force people to do these types of things. Overall, I think this is a good documentary that will give you an idea of what the scandal was about, and also how it affected the movie industry. It's not a particularly good documentary, but it's still a good watch, and I'm glad that it was made.

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Robert L.

This is the kind of movie that you want to watch, and see what happens next. This movie is more of a documentary than anything else. The trailer is the best part of this movie. It shows the interviews, and they're not the kind of interviews you would expect. They're the kind of interviews that are more like a conversation, and you don't get the full story until later in the movie. This is one of the best documentaries I've seen this year, and I'm so glad I found this movie. I give it a 9 out of 10.

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What I found interesting about this documentary was that the filmmakers seemed to be able to understand the state of mind of their subjects very well. I had no idea that the mentally retarded had such a wide range of feelings about their condition. This documentary was quite interesting to watch, and I hope that there is a sequel to this documentary. The main message of this documentary was to show the "whole spectrum of reactions" to a mental illness. If you have a mentally retarded child, then this documentary is definitely not for you. The documentary is not about the "mental illness" itself, but rather about the thoughts of the parents and how the child feels about his/her condition. I was pleasantly surprised by the fact that the filmmakers were able to show the different reactions of the parents. One of the parents was absolutely terrified of the idea that their child would be "naturally" retarded. Another parent was a bit more understanding, but still felt that their child was "naturally" retarded. The most important thing about this documentary is that it was able to show that "mental illness" is not something that you can be rid of overnight, and that it is something that you have to be careful with. I hope that the filmmakers will make another documentary about "mental illness" soon. This documentary really touched my heart.

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This film is a must see for the whole family. If you're not a fan of the issues, don't watch it. If you are a fan of the issues, watch it. The film is pretty much what you'd expect. The film is an overview of the first year of the new South Africa. It starts with the presidential election, which is about an hour long. The film then jumps into what the country is going through. There's a lot of commentary on how our president is handling the election, and how he has a lot of corruption going on. The film then jumps into the riots in the city, and the aftermath of the riots. The film ends with a message on how to move forward. It's pretty funny, but it's also really important. My mom has been telling me about this film since she was about 7 years old. I don't remember the name of the movie, but I remember it being very similar to that of "The Hottest August".

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I think it is important for the film industry to have a voice to educate audiences on the issues and to help inform people of the real stories that are told to them. The fact that the film was made on a low budget and with a limited budget shows how much was accomplished in the editing, sound, and photography. I think the film was well done and I was impressed with the content. The music was excellent and the overall film was well done. I have to disagree with the critics who said the film was too emotional. It was more of a story of a person's struggle with a disability. It was told with great sensitivity and I felt that the director did a very good job in presenting the issues that were being raised in the film. I thought the film was well done and I recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about the issues that people with disabilities face. It is a very important story that needs to be told.

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I was not prepared for the film that I watched, it was a bit of a shock to me. The film takes a look at the heroin epidemic in America in the 80's and the social media revolution that has made it seem like everyone can use a drug. It really seems like the media has turned the tide of the culture of drugs and the people who are addicted. The film shows the rise of the drug culture in America. It also shows how it became a status symbol and then the decline of the drug culture and how people in the community are struggling to cope with the crisis. This is an interesting film to watch as it looks at a very different part of the world than I have ever seen. The drug culture in America is not what you would expect. I would say that the film has a very interesting story and a great cast, but it is also very depressing. It shows the impact that the drugs have on the people that use them and how it is affecting the families and the people around them. The film shows that the people who use drugs are a lot like the drug addicts themselves. It shows that the drugs are a way for people to get high and it shows that drug abuse is very common and it is not really a problem that only affects the people that use drugs. I think this film has a great message but it is also very depressing.

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John G.

This documentary is a must-see for anyone who wants to know what goes on behind the scenes at a major film festival. It is amazing to see how some films that are not necessarily well-known get the recognition they deserve. It is also fascinating to hear from those who have been involved with some of these films, and to learn more about the people behind the films. I think it is an excellent documentary, but not everyone will be happy with the ending. This film is definitely worth a watch.

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Dylan Newman

In 2007, just a few months after the release of the film, an Italian film critic wrote a piece for a popular magazine called "La Nola", in which he compared it to the classic film "The Godfather" (which was released in 1973) and criticized the plot, characters and the use of "Italian color". In 2011, it was released on DVD and I thought it was very good. It does have the same plot and the same characters, but in the end it seems to be very much more about the art than about the movie. It's very well-made, the photography is beautiful, the acting is excellent, and the music is great. The film doesn't have the impact of "The Godfather" because it is not about the movie itself, but about the film's story. But if you are a fan of the "Godfather" or you think that the plot is good, this is a very good movie. I recommend it to anyone who likes Italian movies, especially those who don't know much about Italian cinema.

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Nathan Payne

I have read some of the comments on this film, and I would like to add my own comment. It is sad that so many people like the movie, but just as many of them do not. What would you do if you had been warned that this film may be a bit too extreme? I do not think it would be a good idea to listen to the "warnings" about the film, and then have your child watch it. I would have gotten my child help if the movie was too extreme. As the film shows, we may not be able to handle the content of the film. I don't think many parents would have the courage to do that. As I said, the movie is very disturbing. I understand why it is disturbing, but it is not the message that I think is disturbing. I think the message is disturbing because it makes the movie scary and that makes it a bad message. There are people out there who will not take the children to see this movie. The message of the movie is very important to the movie-goer, and that message is scary. The message is to take your children to a movie that will not be able to satisfy your child. The message is to give your children the truth, and then let them go with their own independent judgment. I do not think the message is really disturbing, but I do think it is disturbing. I would like to have more people who will like the film than not, but if you are afraid that your child may not like this movie, I would encourage you to keep your child away from it. My children and I do not like this movie at all.

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It is a very important issue that has been ignored for decades and that is the issue of the extreme global warming, the melting of the Greenland ice sheet, the increasing frequency of extreme weather, and so on. This documentary is an eye opener and is enlightening to the viewer. The story is very much like a documentary. It has a narrator that talks about the story and tells about the people and their lives. It does not claim to be the most accurate. It is an attempt to be as accurate as possible. However, there are many parts of the documentary that are not accurate. The narrator claims that only a few people have ever been injured by extreme weather. This is not true. In the documentary, there are many times when the narrator claims that there have been no injuries from extreme weather and there have been no deaths from extreme weather. However, there have been many deaths and injuries from extreme weather. The effects of extreme weather on people are being under studied. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to learn more about the effects of extreme weather. It is a must see.

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Being a fan of both films, I was looking forward to seeing the other, and I was not disappointed. The film is more of a film about the music industry than a film about the music industry. The first part of the film is a "behind the scenes" look at the music industry, including interviews with the actors and director. It is a good film to see, but don't expect too much. It is a different film. I also enjoyed the film, but felt it could have been more. For example, I felt it could have been longer. The music industry is also very dark, so it is not a film for kids. If you are a fan of the music industry, I recommend this film.

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Some of the best and most interesting interviews in the history of cinema. Not many interviews that have a big impact on the director or the producer. In this case, it's more of a good relationship than an endorsement. Also the interviews are mixed and sometimes not that well organized, but still very good. This is the best documentary in years and a very interesting documentary.