Documentary on the life of jazz trumpeter and drug addict Chet Baker. Fascinating series of interviews with friends, family, associates and lovers, interspersed with film from Baker's ... See full summary »
A documentary, photographed in black-and-white, with a hip jazz soundtrack, looks at the boys and coach of a small but accomplished boxing club near Portland, Oregon. The film focuses on ... See full summary »
Miami's African-American Liberty City neighborhood served as the location for a series of photographs by Bruce Weber documenting Martin Luther King Day festivities a few years ago. In this ... See full summary »
OK Movie but what's with the people mistreating donkeys and horses?
This was an OK movie, but in the scenes with the ranch family, the "boys" are abusing the donkeys and horses by first, carrying the donkey over his shoulders and then riding the horse backwards, with the horse running and bucking to get the guy off and the donkey squirming to get off the guy's shoulders. Where were the animals rights people when this segment was being filmed? I don't see the relevance for this segment at all. There also should have been more stories about the dogs, rather than the people. Also, what did the actor Dirk Bogarde do with his Corgis when he had to move to take care of his lover? There were a lot of unanswered questions in this movie.
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