In My Lifetime: A Presentation of the Nuclear World Project
In one lifetime a nuclear-armed world emerged, and with it the potential for global destruction on a scale never before possible. Directed by a former ABC network news executive producer, In My Lifetime provides a comprehensive look at the full scope and impact of the nuclear age from its beginnings to the present day, including the international efforts by citizens, scientists and political leaders to reduce or eliminate the nuclear threat. Through archival footage and contemporary interviews, In My Lifetime portrays the history of the nuclear era and the complex search for "a way beyond". Filmed in Europe, Japan and the U.S., the movie features international voices from many perspectives and different parts of the history.
In My Lifetime: A Presentation of the Nuclear World Project torrent reviews
Jesse F (ca) wrote: 'Doriff', 'Vincent' and 'Mancini' bring a merciless classic to the big screen.
Brittany B (it) wrote: Great dancing, interesting story!!!
Olivia T (es) wrote: un superbe film de Breitman et Campan et Berling sont superbes!
Reed V (br) wrote: Though far from perfect, it transcends its visual and narrative shortcomings with universal pathos and philosophical salience.
xKnife Of Romancex M (gb) wrote: Hilarious!! you have to see this.
L Stephen P (us) wrote: It's the 80's. Christopher Reeve is exceptionally wooden as a newspaper reporter turned TV personality who fakes an article about a day in the life of a pimp, only to be linked to a real street-wise John played beautifully by Morgan Freeman. Boring, bad music, but Morgan Freeman is worth watching; a real departure from his most recent on-screen personas.
Bill W (au) wrote: Please, can we get to the point? Any point at all will do.
Thomas K (fr) wrote: In the words of Pauline Kael "The most powerful musical ever." Topol is the best Tevye I've ever seen and I saw Zero Mostel in the original production and the Theodore Bikel on the road, so that's saying a lot.
Scott P (nl) wrote: Got this oldie on a deal. My daughter really enjoyed this. Fine family fair, without being "Disney sweet".
Jacob B (fr) wrote: The concept of an out-of-work actor becoming a woman has been done before in 'Tootsie'. But what it does with the concept is amazing. The late Robin Williams is very funny in the role. yet his voice is so common that it's so easy to tell that it's Williams as a woman. It's not as unrecognizable as Dustin Hoffman's in 'Tootsie', or Tony Curtis' and Jack Lemmon's in 'Some Like it Hot'. 'Mrs. Doubtfire' also deals with family and divorce in a serious and surprisingly emotional way.
Ted W (es) wrote: Great fantastic phenomenal movie directed by one of the best directors of all time Steven Spielberg and starring Liam nesson, the guy who it's ok at acting today but this movie made me think differently about him as an actor as a whole. The story is fantastic and shows us the audience about world war 2 and one man who saved hundreds of Jewish people and helped instead of letting them all die. Mr schuindler is a hero even to me , even though I'm not Jewish, I felt bad for them during world war II. Just everything in this movie was good, no slow moments and I was shocked by the running time of this film, 3 hours of pure education and learning what happened back then and showed pretty much everything.
Scott M (br) wrote: Okay comedy which still manages to generate some amusement, due to the talents of the cast members.