Following Sean

Following Sean

Thirty years, three generations, and a lifetime later, award-winning filmmaker Ralph Arlyck returns to San Francisco in search of Sean, the boy who was the subject of his controversy-sparking 1969 documentary.

Thirty years, three generations, and a lifetime later, award-winning filmmaker Ralph Arlyck returns to San Francisco in search of Sean, the boy who was the subject of his controversy-sparking 1969 documentary. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Nik B (ca) wrote: The story of two kids in rural KY during a lazy summer. "Story" is kind of stretching it. It's really two kids Talking a doing kid shit in various abandoned houses / barns / cars. "Kids" is also stretching it. He's certainly pre-teen. And while she could never over-mature him; it's clear that she's fully teen + . Why their together and alone becomes clearer as we move through.But beyond the story, which is admittedly slow, is some of the most visually satisfying direction/cinematography I've ever seen in an independent film. Someone really saturated the color in post-production and it is worth the watch.

Rick S (es) wrote: Charming. Date night with DVD and popcorn on the couch kind of movie.

Ashley H (nl) wrote: Disturbia is an excellent film. It is about a teen who is living under house arrest becomes convinced his neighbor is a serial killer. Shia LaBeouf and Carrie-Anne Moss give fantastic performances. The screenplay is well written. D.J. Caruso did a great job directing this movie. I enjoyed watching this motion picture because of the drama and mystery. Disturbia is a must see.

Ricky P (jp) wrote: this movie was not good

Colton B (es) wrote: This is the worst animated movie I have ever seen! Poor animation, poor plot, and poor jokes. Now every time I look at Charile the Tuna or Mr. Clean, I think of Foodfight!

Ian P (ca) wrote: vintage prison of war drama from the German perspective

Andy M (nl) wrote: A wonderful film. This is not Peter Sellers, and if the film had been made as a one off, it would have not been slated by the critics, who know nothing.

Matt M (gb) wrote: Had the film chosen to explore the whole Aborigine theme, perhaps Quigley Down Under would have been much more rewarding on a different level. However, it would have been a different movie. As it stands, it's simply an entertaining western adventure.

Carlos M (jp) wrote: A delightful, original and funny Woody Allen mockumentary that is most impressive due to Gordon Willis' spectacular cinematography and the technique employed to make it look like old film from the 1920s, with even the actors inserted into real archival footage from back then.

Season C (ag) wrote: Cute film from the late 1940's about the Day family in New York.

Chris D (ca) wrote: It's exploitative, unrealistic, unlistenable, unwatchable and sets American race relations back 100 years - I'm not sure what audience 'Freelancers' geared itself towards but it wasn't me...Curtis Jackson is an awful actor with no stage presence whatsoever and Robert DeNiro needs to review his scripts before accepting roles.

Luca Maria M (ag) wrote: A positive surprise. I watched it with no expectations but it really made me laugh. Perhaps it's more enjoyable by Mr Bean's fan (like i am) than by other people, but honestly i don't know what else you can ask an all age comedy besides some good laughs.

Matthew H (ru) wrote: Not your typical zombie movie but it was funny and good