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Die Dokumentation beschäftigt sich mit der Geschichte des Rassismus in den Vereinigten Staaten. Dabei rückt vor allem das amerikanische Gefängnissystem in den Vordergrund. Ein disproportionaler Anteil der Gefangenen besteht aus Afro-Amerikanern. Zusatzartikel zur US-amerikanischen Verfassung ist der Paragraph, der im Jahre die Sklaverei endgültig abschaffte: “Neither slavery nor involuntary. The 13th Floor – Bist du was du denkst? (deutscher Covertitel: The 13th Floor, Fernsehtitel auch: Abwärts in die Zukunft, Originaltitel: The Thirteenth Floor) ist ein. Friday the 13th ist der Originaltitel folgender Filme: Freitag der (), US-amerikanischer Horrorfilm von Sean S. Cunningham; Freitag der (). bensbar.be: Finden Sie The 13th Floor in unserem vielfältigen DVD- & Blu-ray-Angebot. Gratis Versand durch Amazon ab einem Bestellwert von 29€.
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The main thing that liked about this film which was also a very difficult pill to swallow was how it chose to show actual footage of the crimes committed around the world in the past and how it hasn't changed very much nowadays.
They held nothing back in showcasing that our world is still just as corrupt as ever and we just choose to ignore it, making it seem better.
Usually just scraping the surface of the issues going on around in the world today, documentaries usually hold back certain aspects, but 13th really goes for it.
As mentioned above, this film is a real eye-opener and a rude awakening for anyone who has been blinded by certain things like most of the population has.
Even the placement of certain interviewees in each frame was clearly done on purpose, making the film itself segregated in certain areas.
I found this incredibly compelling and it only added even more to the story. Every time someone appeared on-screen, I was engaged even before they began speaking, because I wanted to uncover more answers from the past.
Like almost every documentary I have ever seen, it's very hard to give them a perfect score, due to the fact that they are always one-sided.
Yes, there is supposed to be a specific message being conveyed and it should never stray from the message it wants the viewers to be exposed to, but certain things should be left up to the interpretation of its audience.
That being said, 13th isn't the type of film that needs to leave certain things to interpretation, which does mean that this will be the first documentary I have ever given a perfect score to.
I was compelled from start to finish. Whether it was through the visuals, the musical elements used to segue between topics, or the cutting between interviews and real footage, this is one of the most engaging documentaries I have ever seen.
If you haven't heard about this film, I highly recommend giving it a look, because it may just be the reality check that you need. KJ P Super Reviewer.
Jan 31, Coming off of Selma, Ava DuVernay directs yet another socially and politically relevant film this time a documentary relating to black history.
Having done feature films already, it's no wonder that 13th feels like it has a higher production value and a wider narrative scope than most documentaries.
Everything from the production designs of the interviews to the way she implemented music and other variations of art into the film give it a more relatable quality.
Sometimes it's not necessarily the message that is given more so than the way it is said that makes it most effective. Instead, it covers nearly one-hundred years worth of material as to why The United States' prison population has skyrocketed, and continues to do so.
DuVernay suggests the likes of D. Griffith, the War on Drugs, and other political failures have contributed poorly to the rise of the prison population.
Based on the facts, she's not all that wrong. The problem dates back a long time, and unless we take significant steps to change, it won't go away anytime soon.
One of the things I hope for out of a documentary is to not just keep my attention throughout, but also to inform me about a topic that I wasn't overly familiar with.
DuVernay didn't force any information down my throat either. Sometimes films based on divisive subjects have a tendency to do that, but 13th stayed grounded in realism and simply did a rundown of the history.
So in that regard, this film did more than its job. Thomas D Super Reviewer. Oct 17, A piercing, urgent and impeccably edited documentary that dissects the horrific vilification of African Americans and their almost return to slavery in the USA, as well as the flaws and abuses of the US justice system, all of which to benefit corporations that profit from people's misery.
Carlos M Super Reviewer. Oct 15, While 13th distorts some facts in its rush to tell the centuries long story of slavery and the criminalization of blacks it is still a strong film and worthy of your attention.
This is a political film. Make no doubt about it. Conservatives will squirm with disagreement at much of what's shared here and who is sharing it.
Nonetheless, there's plenty of history and truth here. Even right-winger Newt Gingrich says that criminal laws on crack and cocaine adversely affected African-Americans.
Filmmaker Ava DuVernay, who also directed SELMA, masterfully shares the point of view that a form of slavery existed in the United States even after the abolition of slavery and still exists today.
Liberals will love the film. And, I ask conservatives to devote minutes of their time to it. The end result is the promotion of dialogue and that's always an important step towards positive change.
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The Titan Games. Pawn Stars. Sex Next Door. The Fugitive. The Umbrella Academy. Transformers: War for Cybertron Trilogy. Most documentaries I have seen lately on a variety of topics have been one-sided, so it's fine if you know that going into it.
This was well done, though, and shed a lot of light on current events, but also the events leading up to the explosive times we now find ourselves in.
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Why the apparently evolved Americans have so much fear and indifference in their hearts? How can a person be humanized?
AquaMorph Dec 10, This was a great documentary and covered an important topic but in an heavy handed manner which kind of derailed the documentary.
I think it could have pulled that tone off if it offered potential solutions to the problems it was addressing but after all that is much harder to do than to This was a great documentary and covered an important topic but in an heavy handed manner which kind of derailed the documentary.
I think it could have pulled that tone off if it offered potential solutions to the problems it was addressing but after all that is much harder to do than to blame people in the first place.
Personally, I was hoping for a strictly historical account, but when push comes to shove, the 13th blurs the line between an advocacy film presenting a specific perspective that goes unchallenged, and an honest historical account of the transition to mass incarceration in the United States.
Personally, I was hoping for a strictly historical account, but when push comes to shove, the documentary clearly chooses to be an advocacy film that runs loose with the facts.
Allow me to give you one very specific example. At 33 minutes into the film, the documentary is discussing how George Bush used crime and rape to appeal to white voters.
At , he states, "Never mind the fact that the history of interracial rape in this country. That record is far more marked by white rape against black women than of black men against white women.
Not a presentation of crime statistics from that year Is denying the existence of racial disparities in violent the best way to tackle violent crime?
I have my doubts, but it appears many critics don't. You very well may still enjoy the film, but make sure you're prepared for an advocacy film rather than a historical documentary.
Anyone who is truly interested in prison reform, and therefore justice and fairness for people of color in that regard, would know enough to present the case in a way that did not include a clearly contrived and dishonest sequence of images meant to offend and divide, rather than appeal to the innate sense of fairness in people, regardless of political affiliation.
Shame on the producers for squandering an opportunity to do some good. Jcondic Nov 21, Everything you need to know is given to you.
The film has an electrifying pulse as it moves from decade to decade. The second half is where I found the biggest punch especially when we get to the last 10 years or so.
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