Profit Motive and the Whispering Wind

Profit Motive and the Whispering Wind

A visual essay about the progressive tradition of the United States as seen through grave markers and monuments.

  • Category:Documentary
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  • Uploader:Chich1Phat
  • Country:USA
  • Director:John Gianvito
  • Writer:John Gianvito, Howard Zinn (book)

A visual meditation on the progressive history of the United States as seen through cemeteries, historic plaques and markers. Inspired by Howard Zinn's "A People's History of the United States". . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Profit Motive and the Whispering Wind torrent reviews

Nikolaos S (au) wrote: Pretty standard indie fare..An improvement on his last film but nothing special

EWC o (us) wrote: Decent enough, I love how complicated these movies are. Not very memorable, though.

Frank T (fr) wrote: no substance just arnold bashing

Matt R (ca) wrote: This is a phenomenal movie. I wish I could go back and watch it again for the first time. I have no idea how many times I've seen it and I'm not done yet. Probably on my list of top 10 movies of all time.

Shawn W (nl) wrote: The Tri-Lams from Adams College face more nerd persecution from Alpha Betas at the United Fraternity Conference in Ft. Lauderdale. A few jokes hit but many miss. Booger's training was good and does have a good theme courtesy of 38 Special.

Jorel D (us) wrote: Wow... this one blew chunks at me all the way through... I don't know what is going on here. Just stick to the first three.

Deb S (it) wrote: Classic favorite. Sweet feel good movie!

Andy P (it) wrote: Oh, Terrence Malick. It's not that Malick's insistence on not having a plot is the problem, but that he is determined to give the audience absolutely no structure of anything to navigate themselves through the images he presents on screen. For example, who is Rick? What does he do? the only reason why I knew he was a hollywood writer was because I read that before I watched the movie. It was never mentioned in the film. This style of film making was done much more artfully and completely in "The Tree of Life."