Creating Freedom: The Lottery of Birth

Creating Freedom: The Lottery of Birth

THE LOTTERY OF BIRTH is the first in a three-part documentary series entitled 'Creating Freedom' exploring the relationship between freedom, power and control in Western democracies. The series draws together interviews with some of the world's leading intellectuals, journalists and activists to offer an alternative perspective on today's society and the future we're creating. We do not choose to exist, or the environment we grow up in. Our starting point in life is one of passive reliance on forces over which we have no control. THE LOTTERY OF BIRTH shows that from birth onwards our minds are a battleground of competing forces: familial, educational, cultural, and professional. The outcome of this battle not only determines who we become, but the society that we create.

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Ian P (it) wrote: At the age of 17, Kat Connor's mother mysteriously disappears without any explanation. This has led Kat played by Shailene Woodley to go back-and-forth in flashback memories and people in search of an answer as her mother always haunts her in her dreams. Woodley proved her acting prowess in this film and literally carried the film. But I also feel the film heavily relied on her stellar acting that it forgets to deliver a solid story to remember. Woodley was also daring in this film as she almost revealed her whole body, a striking contrast to her other teen themed films. But this could pave way for more mature roles for her. Eva Green as Eve Connor was also memorable in this flick. I'm always impressed of Green's enigmatic and solid portrayal of characters especially as a lunatic but sad wife character in this movie. She delivered what as is best needed in every performance she takes. The rests of the casts gave supporting act as well. The story of White Bird in a Blizzard has the right amount of mystery and twist that will keep you guessing until the end and you wouldn't saw that until the unexpected revelation. The story might not be solid but it is still entertaining and worth to see. White Bird in a Blizzard is a drama thriller directed by independent filmmaker Gregg Araki.

Joe G (gb) wrote: A little hard to follow at times, but a really good movie.

Sumanth K (fr) wrote: Cool action sequences more than make up for everything else

J H (br) wrote: Absolutely amazing! One of the best documentaries I have ever seen!

Paul D (gb) wrote: A very detailed account of the court case surrounding Roman Polanski and his departure from America. The documentary barely delves into the filmmaking aspect of his life, which is more what I was looking for, but I still learned quite a bit, mainly about how corrupt the legal system can be.

Caitlin L (br) wrote: Really enjoyed it. So different from the first one. Not sure about their chemistry.

Emma C (br) wrote: A violent and disturbing picture of the breakdown of society, humanity and human dignity. Brutal insight into the must dangerous place on earth. We should be ashamed that the wider world have stood back and allowed society to breakdown so completely

Sherri W (ru) wrote: It's was a good movie

Scott R (us) wrote: Well made and acted, just tragically depressing.

Andrew J (ag) wrote: Once you cut through the trivia of organised crime semi-hilarious cliche , you are left with a warm hearted friendship between two blokes that transcends life an death. Not a perfect movie, but ultimately that friendship makes it both watchable and enjoyable.

li b (ru) wrote: It did more or less keep me watching until the end, but I have to say this movie was ridiculous, predictable, and in some ways, disturbing. If the moral was that she finally stands up for herself and gets what she deserves, why does the romantic climax involve the "hero" telling her what to do? ("Get over here.") Yeesh...