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  • Jere Witherspoon

    Best movie.......perfect combination of animal planet and IFC :)

  • Mans Meer

    2003 - Die Geschichte vom weinenden Kamel (Ingen numsil - The Story of the Weeping Camel)

  • Joy

    The Story of the Weeping Camel is an enchanting film that follows the adventures of a family of herders in Mongolia's Gobi region who face a crisis when the mother camel unexpectedly rejects her newborn calf after a particularly difficult birth. Uniquely composed of equal parts reality, drama, and magic, this film is a window into a different way of life and the universal terrain of the heart.

  • Rebecca Doersam

    What an amazing story!

  • Leslie Albritton

    I LOVE this movie! A beautiful film of a beautiful people . . . I cried a little.

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American Graffiti (1973). Cinematic Gold.

A Cannes Film Festival award winner - Camera d’Or - for best first film - BEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD.

Movies about the movies are great, especially when they feature a "star-studded" cast under the direction of masters like Altman.

Olivia Hussey as Juliet in Romeo and Juliet (1968). The very first version of the play that I saw, I was swept away to another world!

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A comedy-adventure about a group of suburban, middle-aged friends who decide hit the road with a freewheeling motorcycle trip. When this mis-matched, couch-potato foursome set out for a once-in-a-lifetime experience, they encounter an unexpected world.

Maidentrip -- "This documentary captures 14-year-old Laura Dekker's solo two-year voyage around the world through footage she shot at sea."

  • Charlene Freeman

    Loved this film. She's amazing!

  • Pizza PoundCake

    Yep. I was feeling like a lazy sack of crap in comparison, but there seemed to be a certain amount of a tortured need to keep moving, on her part.

  • Charlene Freeman

    Yeah, I know what you mean, probably not healthy, but I admired her fearlessness nonetheless. And yeah, I felt like a bit of a failure in comparison. :)