La sociologie est un sport de combat

La sociologie est un sport de combat

A documentary from Pierre Carles about famous French sociologist Pierre Bourdieu.

Introduction to Sociology. For three years (1998-2001) Pierre Carles followed Pierre Bourdieu, a major sociologist, working to have his research understood and people prompted to action. ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Seth R (ru) wrote: A must watch! Very informative

Eran G (au) wrote: With not enough budget for real monsters, but a hot hot Trevor Matthews in the lead, this movie doesn't take itself too seriously and it's definitely enough to be fun.

David M (gb) wrote: The blue umbrella is visually stunning. It depicts dazzling city streets with emotion filled faces. This short film was like a warm hug. It was such a sweet short film that leaves you feeling happy inside. I can feel an Oscar nomination coming its way. Blue umbrella is great...to put it simply.

Mary B (ag) wrote: This is so tenderly beautiful...an ant comes upon a drop of dew on a leaf. It gently cups its forelegs around the dew and drinks it...this is a real world rendition of 'Fanstasia' complete with music, and a very spare narration (available in English by Kristen Scott Thomas, on the audio settings menu).

Steven K (it) wrote: The construction vehicles were not dragons. Of course, "yellow dragons" is a nickname for the construction vehicles. The non-human characters in this movie see humans as evil beings and dragons have been used to symbolize evil.

Lee S (es) wrote: In my opinion, the greatest war movie ever made, due to the sheer scale of it. it includes some 15,000+ Soviet foot soldiers as extras and 2,000 cavalrymen, something that will never happen again.brilliant

Shane J (br) wrote: better than the usual straight to DVD action pics with van damme doing taken as he's hired to find a mma fighters missing child. the damme gives a cracking performance in this and the real life father son team is a nice touch. his daughter also has a small role. the main real downer is the bad guys area bit naff and no final smackdown with the big boss.

Nicky N (kr) wrote: Like Clint Eastwood But This Was Not His Best Movie.C+

Les E (nl) wrote: Funny, tender and honest. A wonderful British film.

John A (us) wrote: Wolf Creek is a 2005 horror film directed by Greg McLean.This is a good horror film, but I'll start off with the worst parts of it. Firstly is pacing issues, especially at the beginning of the film. It takes roughly 45 minutes for the backpackers to get to Wolf Creek. There are also very mild pacing issues while they are being threatened by the antagonist, but not nearly as bad as the extremely slow start. Secondly, the characters are quite boring (despite really good acting). There was really nobody to root for, and yes, I do understand it's "based on true events", but Greg (he also wrote the film) could have fleshed out the characters a bit more.Now for the pros. I have to give huge credit to the director of photography (Will Gibson) for providing some of the most breathtaking shots I've ever seen in a horror film. It is a truly great film to look at. Also, the direction by Greg McLean is fantastic; there are some very suspenseful scenes in there and the tension after the slow build is mostly consistent. There is a pretty intense chase scene which will have you on the edge of your seat. The acting is also great with a truly frightening performance by John Jarratt as Mick Taylor. Overall, Wolf Creek has a weak start and boring characters, but finally picks u again in the second act with fantastic cinematography and gruelling tension.IS IT WORTH THE WATCH... Yes!

Frances H (es) wrote: Boring and can't decide whether to be a romcom or action movie. Rob Schneider is a major disappointment.

Glenn B (au) wrote: This one gave me serious nightmares as a kid, but it's sheer laff-a-minit antics now. Thrill as a very out of place John Agar and some Danish astronauts journey to Uranus and battle a brain in a cave that has the power to make dreams into reality! Just awful, multicolored and ... sigh. The kind of thing they just don't do any more. I love it! ;^) The goofy, croon-y theme song at the end is worth the price of admission.

Gabriel Arthur P (au) wrote: It's man on man on man vs. nature in the great outdoors. A duo of class act trail survivors take a young guy on an strictly back-to-nature expedition and proceed to make a bunch of dumb decisions resulting in a bad time. The acting isn't too bad but then again the characters are all two-dimensional. You can't really say the young man learns and grows much beyond picking up a few survival tricks. You'd think the group would have brought more water with them on the trip. If anything, let it be a precautionary tale: if you're going to go hiking in hundreds of miles of wilderness, bring smart things like a magnifying glass, flare gun, medical kit, radio, food and water. And don't go if one of the people you're going with seems like an unhinged maniac. 2/5.