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The World Before Your Feet

The World Before Your Feet is a movie starring Matt Green. For over six years, and for reasons he can't explain, Matt Green, 37, has been walking every block of every street in New York City - a journey of more than 8,000 miles. THE...

Other Titles
New York - The World Before Your Feet, New York - Die Welt vor deinen Füßen
Running Time
1 hours 35 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Jeremy Workman
Matt Green
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

For over six years, and for reasons he can't explain, Matt Green, 37, has been walking every block of every street in New York City - a journey of more than 8,000 miles. THE WORLD BEFORE YOUR FEET tells the story of one man's unusual personal quest and the unexpected journey of discovery, humanity, and wonder that ensues.

Comments about documentary «The World Before Your Feet» (5)

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I can't say I was expecting much from this film, I'd heard it was going to be about a documentary on ballet. I'm happy to say I was not disappointed. It's almost as good as the documentary on ballet I saw a few years ago. It's about the beautiful, moving, and powerful ballet of The Ritel, and it's also about the struggles of ballet teachers. The film starts off with the director talking about the reasons why ballet has such a long history, and why ballet is the most popular dance in the world. It's also about the people who are involved in the ballet, the dancers, and the dancers' families. The documentary then takes you into a different world, and shows you how the dancers are put into the beautiful world of ballet. I'm not going to say much more about the documentary, as it's not the best I've seen, but the best part of the film is the interviews with dancers. The interviews are very interesting and it's interesting to hear the story behind the story of ballet. I was surprised by the director's comments, and I hope he makes more films about the beautiful ballet of The Ritel.

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I've seen many documentaries about Vietnam, and this is by far the best I've ever seen. The director is a Vietnamese immigrant who was born in the United States and left Vietnam in the 1960s. He speaks fluent Vietnamese and shows us the conditions that Vietnamese immigrants were forced to live in. This is a must-see documentary for anyone who has ever lived in Vietnam. Many of the people interviewed were children of the refugees, and some of the children were not even born yet. The director shows us how the Vietnamese government turned children into soldiers. The director shows us how the Vietnamese government had a secret plan to turn their children into soldiers and the American government, which was being pressured to do so by the Vietnamese government, had no idea. The director also shows us how the American government had an intimate relationship with the Vietnamese government, which ended in the 1970s when the United States and Vietnam were at war. The director interviews a number of Americans who were in the United States during the Vietnam War. They were involved with the war from the very beginning, and their testimonies help to explain the events of that war.

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Amber O.

In the wake of 9/11, the US has become the target of much criticism and outrage. It's no longer a surprise that Americans are feeling more vulnerable and less secure. The media is a battleground, and public opinion is shifting, thanks to news organizations like CNN and The New York Times. One of the most visible examples of this is a documentary film called "The World Before Your Feet," which was released in 2007 and remains the best picture of the year. The film documents the lives of the refugees from Haiti who have fled their country after a devastating earthquake. The film is an unusual documentary in that it isn't just about the refugees. It's about the American people, and their relationship with each other. "The World Before Your Feet" is a welcome change from the usual narratives that we hear about immigrants. The film starts out as a straightforward look at refugees, then focuses on the people who were left behind, and how the US reacted to their suffering. The film is also remarkable for its accessibility, showing that the issues that have caused the problem can be resolved without having to be dealt with by the media. The film is not for everyone, and those who do not like the subject matter may be put off by its topic. However, if you're interested in the human side of this issue, it's worth watching.

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Brandon Harrison

I can't really say much about this film without spoiling it for some of you. I found it to be a very strong documentary. I think the film makers, Ken Burns and Lynn Novick, did a good job in trying to be as accurate as possible. They did a good job in showing how the Civil Rights movement was one of the most important struggles in American history. They showed that many people were willing to sacrifice their own lives and careers to support the movement. The film also showed that many people were willing to risk jail time or even death for the right to vote. I found this to be very accurate and very inspiring. I think it's a very important film. It's definitely one of the best documentaries I've seen in the past year. I highly recommend it to anyone. I think this is one of the best documentaries of the year. It was also very inspirational. The people who are shown in the film are definitely the real heroes in the story. I give this a 9 out of 10.

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This film is a fantastic and moving tribute to the movie that is life. I saw it in 2D and I have never felt so moved and this was the first time I have ever walked out of a theater. I really want to thank the director and the writer, and I feel this film is a masterpiece. The emotions that the director and writer tried to convey are incredible. The film is an incredible tribute to all of us and I would highly recommend it. It is a beautiful film that brings you to a place of truth and that is what we all need to live our lives to be a true part of. I am so happy that I watched it in 3D and I hope you will see it in 3D as well. Thank you to everyone who made this film possible.