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Regarding Susan Sontag 2014 123movies

Regarding Susan Sontag 2014 123movies

Ideas move me.Apr. 20, 2014100 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – REGARDING SUSAN SONTAG is an intimate and nuanced investigation into the life of one of the most influential and provocative thinkers of the 20th century. Passionate and gracefully outspoken throughout her career, Susan Sontag became one of the most important literary, political and feminist icons of her generation. The documentary explores Sontag’s life through archival materials, accounts from friends, family, colleagues, and lovers, as well as her own words, as read by Patricia Clarkson. From her early infatuation with books to her first experience in a gay bar; from her early marriage to her last lover, REGARDING SUSAN SONTAG is a fascinating look at a towering cultural critic and writer whose works on photography, war, illness, and terrorism still resonate today.
Plot: An intimate study of one of the most influential and provocative thinkers of the 20th century tracking feminist icon Susan Sontag’s seminal, life-changing moments through archival materials, accounts from friends, family, colleagues, and lovers, as well as her own words, as read by Patricia Clarkson.
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Susan Sontag documentary recalls her life
Susan Sontag is one of those names that always seemed to come up in conversations about the so-called “intellectual elite” along with the “effete snobs”, “chattering classes”, etc. In the cultural divide between us vs. them, she was always in the “them” category. My impression is that in any open society that upholds free thought, it is important to put out new and different points of view in the marketplace of ideas. We have nothing to fear from the free expression of thoughts and ideas. In this documentary, we find out about the life of Susan Sontag, born Suan Rosenblatt. We meet her sister, and her son and daughter in law and her partners, including photographer Annie Leibovitz. Viewers see photos of her parents who lived in China until she was five while Susan and her sister remained in the United States. After the death of her father, her mother returned home and married a Sontag, the name that remained hers. She spent her adulthood mainly in Paris and New York. She fought three battles against cancer and won the first two, finally succumbing in 2004 at age 71. She wrote about her experience with cancer and tried everything in her power to fight it. In the 1960’s, Sontag was a critic of the Vietnam War and a leader of the women’s movement. In a discussion with Noman Mailer, Susan Sontag asked why it was necessary to use gender labels like “women writers” or “women doctors”…why aren’t they simply called doctors or writers as men are. Thankfully, those labels are no longer used. I thought her ideas about photography were compelling, particularly her point that once a person passes, the photograph becomes what we remember and how we recall them. In the 1960’s shock photographs became more commonplace, especially in magazines such as Life. Sontag felt that the more shock photos people see, the less impact they had. I found Susan Sontag to be an excellent subject and very well spoken. She seemed very comfortable and courteous with interviewers and despite her reputation for complex ideas, she expressed herself with great clarity as she responded to questions. This is a documentary well worth viewing.
Review By: barryrd Rating: 9 Date: 2016-08-12
Susan Sontag documentary recalls her life
Susan Sontag is one of those names that always seemed to come up in conversations about the so-called “intellectual elite” along with the “effete snobs”, “chattering classes”, etc. In the cultural divide between us vs. them, she was always in the “them” category. My impression is that in any open society that upholds free thought, it is important to put out new and different points of view in the marketplace of ideas. We have nothing to fear from the free expression of thoughts and ideas. In this documentary, we find out about the life of Susan Sontag, born Suan Rosenblatt. We meet her sister, and her son and daughter in law and her partners, including photographer Annie Leibovitz. Viewers see photos of her parents who lived in China until she was five while Susan and her sister remained in the United States. After the death of her father, her mother returned home and married a Sontag, the name that remained hers. She spent her adulthood mainly in Paris and New York. She fought three battles against cancer and won the first two, finally succumbing in 2004 at age 71. She wrote about her experience with cancer and tried everything in her power to fight it. In the 1960’s, Sontag was a critic of the Vietnam War and a leader of the women’s movement. In a discussion with Noman Mailer, Susan Sontag asked why it was necessary to use gender labels like “women writers” or “women doctors”…why aren’t they simply called doctors or writers as men are. Thankfully, those labels are no longer used. I thought her ideas about photography were compelling, particularly her point that once a person passes, the photograph becomes what we remember and how we recall them. In the 1960’s shock photographs became more commonplace, especially in magazines such as Life. Sontag felt that the more shock photos people see, the less impact they had. I found Susan Sontag to be an excellent subject and very well spoken. She seemed very comfortable and courteous with interviewers and despite her reputation for complex ideas, she expressed herself with great clarity as she responded to questions. This is a documentary well worth viewing.
Review By: barryrd Rating: 9 Date: 2016-08-12

Other Information:

Original Title Regarding Susan Sontag
Release Date 2014-04-20
Release Year 2014

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 40 min (100 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated N/A
Genre Documentary, Biography
Director Nancy D. Kates
Writer Nancy D. Kates, John Haptas
Actors Noël Burch, Lucinda Childs, Patricia Clarkson
Country United States
Awards 2 wins & 3 nominations
Production Company N/A
Website N/A


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Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1
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Laboratory N/A
Film Length N/A
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Regarding Susan Sontag 2014 123movies
Original title Regarding Susan Sontag
TMDb Rating 5.8 11 votes

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