A Place at the Table
Using personal stories, this powerful documentary illuminates the plight of the 49 million Americans struggling with food insecurity. A single mother, a small-town policeman and a farmer are among those for whom putting food on the table is a daily battle.
- Stars:Adam Appelhanz, David Beckmann, Joel Berg, William Booker, Jeff Bridges, J. Larry Brown, Odessa Cherry, Mariana Chilton, Tom Colicchio, Ken Cook, Ann Cooper, Ree Harris, Barbie Izquierdo, Joel Long, James McGovern,
- Director:Kristi Jacobson, Lori Silverbush,
This is meaningful documentary about America’s food deadlock that was underwent by millions of Americans. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
A Place at the Table torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: A crappy horror movie about making a crappy horror movie- it doesn't work out. The characters are bland, the plot is a mess, and it has the usual cheap ending. There is one positive- all of the creature effects are practical and used extensively.
(us) wrote: very heart felt movie!!
(us) wrote: One of the most underrated horror films.It's scary, and it should be in the top 10 or 20.
(ag) wrote: OMG this is forgettable.
(br) wrote: I had higher hopes for this being the last film in the series, but it isn't as bad as people are saying. It's entertaining enough, even if it's lacking in originality. I wish it ended with a better sense of closure. (First and only viewing - 10/5/2014)
(au) wrote: All of the Thin Man movies are quite enjoyable. Myrna Loy and William Powell make a very convincing married couple that just happen to also solve murder cases.
(us) wrote: If you don't like German silent cinema don't watch it but its is one of the best vampire films around. Filmed nearly 95 years ago, it is still more frightening than most "scary" movies today.
(fr) wrote: Claudia Llosa did a wonderful job directing & writing this piece of masterpiece. I believe people dislike the idea of a mother who is negligent with her childs, that instead of supporting them and letting them learn of life, she makes them quit sports coz people don't like what they do or as they do it; or coz she blames them for her own sake (watch the film coz I won't explain that to you). It never explains somehow where or who is the father of this kids (we only see the mother and we blame her for her actions but forget those kids weren't born by magic). By the other side, the grown up older child (performed by the incredible & brilliant/talented Cillian Murphy) lives his entire life in a trauma/paranoia thanks to many things that happen on his life (again, don't blame the mother of all the things this kid suffers please!). Life is guilty of our traumas too (blame life ok?). HUMANS are not perfect and that is as simple as that can be. In short words, I recommend this movie to OPEN MIND people (if you somehow identify yourself with this movie, then you have a trauma yourself & may need help. Talking to someone somehow relieves that pain believe me). So yes, 4 & a half stars for this INTELIGENT plus INSPIRING film. Help yourself, understand yourself and help those surrounding you. Believe me: helping helps you. - July 24, 2015 review.