Connected: An Autoblogography About Love, Death & Technology
Tiffany Shlain's documentary, Connected, explores the visible and invisible connections linking major issues of our time-the environment, consumption, population growth, technology, human rights, the global economy-while searching for her place in the world during a transformative time in her life. Employing a combination of animation and archival footage, Shlain constructs a chronological tour of Western modernization through the work of her late father, Leonard Shlain, a surgeon and best-selling author. Connected illuminates the beauty and tragedy of human endeavor while championing the importance of personal connectedness for understanding and coping with today's global conditions.
Filmmaker and Founder of the Webby Awards, Tiffany Shlain, investigates the interconnections between the major issues of the 21st century and her own experience of these issues during a family crisis. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Connected: An Autoblogography About Love, Death & Technology torrent reviews
(kr) wrote: I wish I could give it 0 stars. It was incredibly boring, very unrealistic, and poorly acted by everyone but the main characters. Don't waste your time on this film.
(jp) wrote: Ip Man, awesome, just, plain awesome!
(au) wrote: I really enjoyed this. It's a wonderful coming of age story. I'm very glad I watched it.
(it) wrote: promising premise but not funny and simply dreadful.
(kr) wrote: I'd be surprised if Val Kilmer didn't owe someone a favor or lose a bet when he signed on for this. Worse than a 'USA Up All Night' 2am movie with Rhonda Shear.
(de) wrote: I love dogs, and I hate Cruella! She's a bit too evil 4 me!
(kr) wrote: I remembered this being a quite different film, black vampires!! Who'd have thought that? Wes Craven did a great job, not his best film, but I enjoyed this little delight.
(mx) wrote: This sequel was unfortunately met with a lukewarm response. Whether it was because of Freddy fatigue( im betting that was half the case since this was released less than a year after 4 ) or its less than ideal subject matter among the young audience which was teen pregnancy. For the most part I feel it was indeed a combination of overexposure and a failure to top the more crowd friendly Dream Master. Taking it as a film on its own though, it is still quite a well done darkly envisioned Nightmare film. The gothic imagery alone in my opinion trumps what was done in part 4. Production design and visual direction were top notch. Freddy returned to the dark foggy shadows, but his jokier shtick doesn't quite gel this time... He still managed to be quite mean spirited with some rather disturbing kills.... The baby element didn't bother me as much as most, because i always felt that this series showcased relatable inner fears among teenagers... Like sexual identity in part 2 or teen suicide in part 3. Still, the film didn't pack as much cinematic punch as it was expected to, but this is still a worthwhile sequel.... underrated.
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(ru) wrote: Stroszek, played by a mentally challenged person, is confronted with the harsh indiference and dehumanization of American capitalism when trying to escape subalternity in his homeland Germany.
(ru) wrote: The film is silly and irrelevant, but Ryan O'Neal was so easy on the eyes and charming in his acting and delivery that it's still fun to watch. His pairing with Jacqueline Bisset makes it even more so. This film is pure 60s/70s fluff, and that's just enough sometime.
(ag) wrote: Hercules (supposed to be known as Heracles in Greek Mythology) was one of the greatest heroes in Greece, but is represented in this mini-series that is, well, wussy. The first half of this mini-series is absolutely atrocious. Hercules doesn't even look like he's going to become a great hero, instead he is (and the actor portrays him) like a whiny English schoolboy bitch. The second half is much better. On the plus side, the story is of course excellent, albeit poorly executed, and the whole thing shorter than 3 hours. Also, I hated the inclusion of that waste of acting "talent" from Lord Of The Rings (Sean Astin - although anyone in that movie is a waste) in the cast - horrible.
(ru) wrote: Its like they didn't even try.
(jp) wrote: This movie is bare sku*t Don't even bother
(br) wrote: It's not poison.. There's juice in it.
(ca) wrote: Solid noir with one of the more despicable femme fatales in the genre's history. Fortunately that succubus is played by Lizabeth Scott, one of the best purveyors of silky villainy the genre ever had.