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Yasuni Man (2017)Yasuni Man is a film about a conflict raging deep within the Ecuadorian Amazon. It's a real-life Avatar story. Once under siege by missionaries seeking to civilize them, the Waorani people battle industry operatives and their own government in a fight to survive. Join filmmaker Ryan Patrick Killackey and his native friend Otobo as they embark on an expedition into the most bio-diverse forest on Earth. Witness what may be lost as oil companies encroach, human rights violations run rampant, and a forest Eden is destroyed - all for the oil that lies beneath Yasuni.
Sustainable (2016)Genre: Documentary, History, News, Action
7.2 IMDBA vital investigation of the economic and environmental instability of America's food system, from the agricultural issues we face - soil loss, water depletion, climate change, pesticide use - to the community of leaders who are determined to fix it. Sustainable is a film about the land, the people who work it and what must be done to sustain it for future generations. The narrative of the film focuses on Marty Travis, a seventh-generation farmer in central Illinois who watched his land and community fall victim to the pressures of big agribusiness. Determined to create a proud legacy for his son, Marty transforms his profitless wasteland and pioneers the sustainable food movement in Chicago. Sustainable travels the country seeking leadership and wisdom from some of the most forward thinking farmers like Bill Niman, Klaas Martens and John Kempf - heroes who challenge the ethical decisions behind industrial agriculture. It is a story of hope and transformation, about passion for the land and a promise that it can be restored to once again sustain us.
Murder in the Woods (2021)Genre: Biography, Documentary, History, News, Drama, Fantasy, Thriller, Action, Horror, Sci-Fi, Mystery
3.6 IMDBCast: Chelsea Rendon, Danny TrejoSoon after arriving to a mysterious cabin in the woods, a group of teens discover the dark secret it holds, which forces them to fight for their lives.
All God's Children Can Dance (2008)Genre: hyt, Comedy, Drama, Sport, Romance, Sci-Fi, Horror, Documentary, History, News, Family, Thriller, Biography, Action
5.1 IMDBCast: Joan Chen, John Fleck, Tzi Ma"All God's Children Can Dance" is a drama film based on a short story by Haruki Murakami. The movie follows the story of a young man named Kengo, played by Adam Mediano, as he embarks on a journey to discover the truth about his identity and his family's past. Here's a brief plot summary and description of the main characters: Plot summary: Kengo is a half-Japanese, half-African American man who is struggling to find his place in the world. His mother is a devout Christian who has always sheltered him from the truth about his father, and Kengo feels like he is living in a constant state of confusion and isolation. One day, Kengo discovers that his estranged father has died and decides to attend his funeral in order to learn more about his family's history. He meets his father's former mistress, the enigmatic and beautiful Sayuri, who introduces him to a world of dance and spirituality. As Kengo delves deeper into his family's past, he uncovers a web of secrets and lies that threaten to unravel everything he thought he knew about himself. Through dance and self-discovery, Kengo learns to confront his demons and come to terms with his true identity. Main characters: Kengo (played by Adam Mediano): A half-Japanese, half-African American man who is searching for the truth about his identity and his family's past. Sayuri (played by Brenda Song): Kengo's father's former mistress, who introduces him to the world of dance and spirituality. Kengo's mother (played by Joan Chen): A devout Christian who has always kept the truth about Kengo's father from him. Kengo's father (played by Tzi Ma): A mysterious and elusive figure who haunts Kengo's thoughts and dreams. Overall, "All God's Children Can Dance" is a contemplative and introspective drama that explores themes of identity, spirituality, and family. The movie offers a poetic and visually striking portrayal of a young man's journey towards self-discovery and acceptance.