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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» (18)

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Samantha H.

This film is wonderful. I will watch it again. It is well-acted and informative. The story is about how technology has changed the way we live our lives and what we can do to change the future. The film is well-written, but it is also well-produced and directed. It is a great film that I would recommend to anyone. I would have given this film an A if it had been released in 2007 or 2008. It is a perfect film for the age of "The Matrix" and the age of the internet.

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Arthur James

This film is a great film that shows how the modern world has really changed in the last 100 years. It shows how the young generation has been affected by this change. The film is based on a book by Carl Zimmer. It's a story of a young girl who is born with no arms or legs. She is just a baby but already has the mind of a human being. The story is told from the perspective of a 3 year old girl. It is very moving. This film has changed my view on how we treat animals. We kill them and even worse we keep them as pets. The film shows how animals have been treated for so long. It's a great film that shows that we have to make an effort to change the way we treat animals. The film is very inspiring. This film is really powerful.

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Gregory G.

A must see for everyone who has ever heard of, or has even seen a pet or wild animal. This movie really brought home the life of the wild, and how important it is to not forget your pets, even if they are on the other side of the world. The film is full of great information, and you will learn a lot about wild animals, and their needs. I think anyone with a pet will really enjoy this movie, because it shows them how important pets are, and how important it is to them, even if they are in another country.

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Gerald S.

This is one of the best documentaries I have ever seen. I didn't see it on TV, but I wanted to see it when it came out on DVD. The DVD version is great. It's as if the film was shot on location. It captures the world of the western-European migrants in a very realistic way. The footage is filmed in an all-round wonderful way. This is a great film to see if you like to see the world in a different way. I would highly recommend it to anyone. This film is a must see.

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Heather Lawson

I am glad I watched this film. It is so important to the history of the world. The film is very funny, and the directors are very talented. The film is based on a book of the same name by the author of this film. If you have not seen the film before, you should definitely do so. I will be watching this film again and again. It is very well made and very entertaining.

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Wayne Hansen

I don't have much time to review a movie, but this one really got to me. I'm a sucker for documentaries about travel and travel-related issues. This one really hits the nail on the head about the best parts of traveling and the challenges you face. This movie is also very informative about what to do if you are traveling with a child or a parent, and if you are a parent, you will be able to see that you need to be more aware of the things that may affect your child's development. I highly recommend this film to anyone who has ever traveled.

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It's a shame that this is one of the few documentaries that get denied the Best Documentary Oscar. "The World Before Your Feet" is a good film. It is well made and the message is clear. This is a great documentary, but if you are expecting an Oscar winner, you will be sorely disappointed. "The World Before Your Feet" is a film about a family and their struggle to cope with the loss of their son. The film is based on the memoir of the family and their struggle. This documentary shows the harshness of the world they have lived in and their inability to cope with the loss of their son. The film is highly informative and gives a clear picture of the family's situation. I recommend this documentary to anyone that wants to understand the life of a family, and the tragedy of losing a child.

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Deborah Garrett

This is a documentary that should be required viewing for anyone interested in the life of Dr. Martin Luther King. There is so much about this man that we don't know, yet we can learn from his example. Dr. King's family had a wealth of stories to tell, and his faith inspired a movement. He fought to end segregation and fight for civil rights for African Americans. He was an activist who was very politically active and thought about social change and revolution. Dr. King was not a political person, but he thought about what he was doing. He understood that change is not going to come from the top down, but from the bottom up. As he said, "The people have got to organize the people." That is what he did with the civil rights movement. He was an activist and not a politician. He was a true reformer. As a result of his activism, he was able to achieve a great deal of his goals. I recommend this documentary to anyone interested in Dr. Martin Luther King.

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I was fortunate to be able to see this documentary in its entirety. I loved it and have recommended it to my friends. I am also happy to say that this documentary is not limited to one country or even one culture. The film takes us into all of the cultures in the world, as well as the continents, and they all share in some way in the way the world is. We are all connected. I would recommend this documentary to anyone interested in the human condition and all that it is capable of.

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What a great documentary! Great photography and a lot of history. I found it to be an eye opener. It was very well researched and informative. This movie is a must see.

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There are many other documentaries about the KU controversy, but this one is worth your time. It shows a lot of personal side to this famous university. It has some really good information about what happened to the students and what they were doing after graduation. The filmmakers also talk about what happened to the university when it became more and more political and closed down the library, the library that was the center of the campus. I'm not sure what happened to the library after that, but I hope it doesn't happen to the university now that it's become more and more political.

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Billy B.

I was lucky enough to catch the premiere of this film in Vancouver last night. It was a chance to see this film before it was released in the States and I was very pleased with what I saw. I was especially impressed with the use of long takes to get the most out of the footage. You really felt as if you were there with the people. You could feel their fear and trepidation. You could feel the pain and joy they felt. I would recommend this film to anyone. It is well worth seeing.

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Cynthia Hill

I am shocked by the reviews here. I would have given it a 10 if I could, but I think that is a little bit of a stretch. For one thing, it is based on the true story of a woman who became an activist, and the impact that she had on her neighbors. But there are many other people in the movie that have nothing to do with this story. The movie is about an amazing woman, so don't expect a classic "60s movie" (which it is not) and don't expect to see it as a history lesson. It is about one woman's struggle to make a difference, and it is about people who are not normally known for their activism. It is about a struggle to have the courage to stand up for what you believe in, to speak out against injustice, and to be heard. I can't think of a single negative word to say about this movie. If you have never been part of the political scene, I would highly recommend that you see it. If you are an activist, or have been in the political scene for some time, then you will probably not like it as much, but I would say that it is an interesting story that is well told. And I hope that the movie makes it to the big screen.

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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.