PilosEYE: AirLoungeOne

PilosEYE: AirLoungeOne

AirLounge ONE - The Aviation Lounge - When dreams take flight - at 500 miles per hour.

With Episode 15: "AirLounge ONE"| PilotsEYE.tv premieres a new arrangement of deeply emotional aerial views| accompanied throughout by a wide variety of relaxing
music. The result is a fresh| new product| that skillfully employs every one of its emotional ingredients to present the air-travel interested audience with a
genuinely new experience. In addition to the score of Chill-Out| Lounge and film music| AirLounge ONE features authentic radio calls and a small selection of pilot
aphorisms| short nuggets of aviation wisdom| carefully placed to captivate the viewer's ears| while the breathtaking views charm the viewer's eyes. As is customary
for PilotsEYE.tv productions| AirLounge ONE was crafted with a loving eye for detail - there will always be something new for the audience to discover. "Our feature
complements the current trend of Slow TV| deliberately slow-paced content for television. Claiming its own genre| AirLounge ONE could best be described as "Aviation
Ambience"| capturing... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


PilosEYE: AirLoungeOne torrent reviews

valerie p (gb) wrote: terrific movie, well worth the price of a ticket

simon e (ca) wrote: This was a very good movie everyone should watch. It contrasts the media and that is a very good thing.

shaneke M (us) wrote: I love this movie :)

rotten p (gb) wrote: very informative, best documentary I have seen lately

pete m (es) wrote: awful movie. where should i start? maybe i should start with the horrible cast or the recycled script. I am not sure where to start but not worth the time, even if the tickets a free.

kk f (ca) wrote: I loved it. you'll get attached to the characters and the twist at the end had me on the edge

john p (ag) wrote: This is a fantastic movie, especially to fans of David Lynch during the 90's (think Lost Highway). This is the kind of director that we need now because Lynch doesn't have too much time left. I highly recommend.

ivan s (kr) wrote: Faith is so personal and I applaud these people for telling their heartbreaking stories.

david n (au) wrote: Great insightful documentary about the reality that men have to endure.

d h (nl) wrote: horrible, missing.the core cult message

chad a (jp) wrote: Steve Caple did an excellent job capturing Cleveland with amazing angles and shots of the city and nearby neighborhoods. The characters all seemed like kids you'd grow up with if you're from 'The Land.' Whether you're from here or not, it's a must see!-Chad

Zelie H (es) wrote: i liked the first hand account , really good movie!

Zachary K (ca) wrote: great, informative and truthful, powerful

Xander K (br) wrote: Probably too long for its own good, but still takes you on a fascinating ride of hero-worship and villain scapegoating surrounding a tragic set of events.

William W (us) wrote: Excellent and fair coverage of a tough subject. The rare doc that doesn't have a slanted POV but really just wants to get to the truth.

William F (fr) wrote: It was a feel good movie of some good folks risking their lives for Polish Jews.

Will M (de) wrote: I have been waiting for this documentary my entire life. Finally, a woman decided to sit down and just listen to some MRA's and some feminists, and let's them all speak. That's all she does, just listen. And it's beautiful.

Wesley B (it) wrote: You may have heard Nazis are bad and known about the Warsaw ghetto... and nothing here is necessarily new or illuminating in that regard. But the Zookeeper 's wife maintains a sure footing and quiet dignity treading familiar territory about the chaos of war and the work to subvert the Nazi war machine (it's part of a new generation of stories out of Eastern Europe, probably held back by the Cold War). None of the performances are astonishing - Chastain is fine but bland, and her accent wavers - but this is a solid, worthwhile effort.

Wayne I (jp) wrote: Classic Romeo and Juliet story but with exceptional execution.

Walter T (mx) wrote: From the Ashes should be required watching in Washington DC and in coal country. Surprisingly balanced, it paints a realistic picture of a world rapidly moving away from coal as an energy source and its devastating impact on jobs. The politics of coal dominates America and our ability to solve this has profound impact on literally millions of families directly or indirectly impacted by this industry. Go see it.