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First Ladyland 2017 123movies

First Ladyland 2017 123movies

Feb. 21, 201721 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – Sevnica, the small medieval town in Slovenia where Melania Trump grew up, is officially open for business. That’s because, in many ways, our new First Lady is their new First Lady too. And now it seems the whole country is talking about their favorite daughter. Slovenia couldn’t be further removed from her husband’s vision for America, but Slovenians across the country are embracing The Donald and making preparations for a boom in tourism that, if all goes as planned, should start any moment now. If you try not to get too partisan for about 20 minutes, FIRST LADYLAND will make you smile bigly. But if we go missing, please check our coffee for cyanide.
Plot: Melania Trump’s homeland is open for business.
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I Am Everything You Want To Be (1/2)
The filmmaker, David Freid, had just finished filming another documentary “Freedom for Liberland!” just two hours south in Croatia when Donald Trump shockingly won the U.S. presidency and Melania became First Lady. Freid has produced 17 short films (the last 8 were documentaries) after graduating from USC and AFI with his ideology evidently being to help oppressed people. The philosophy espoused in the film “First Ladyland” is that it is appropriate for the common person to have a cynical understanding of the upper-class, as both participants seem to encourage bad behavior from the other. Moreover, this results in discovering the ethic of being happy with yourself and to not chase fame. So at eight seconds (:08) into the film, comedian Bill Maher is heard but not seen, joking about Melania Trump during one of his familiar standup comedy routines. I felt that I was being manipulated by the fact that just because Maher is a mouthpiece for the political left, I should trust his words if I am a liberal. It is better to have talked with him in person to hear what he actually thinks, as he generally doesn’t say things he doesn’t believe. Logically, if someone is a known as a political pundit and you listen to him every night, then hearing Bill Maher’s voice at the start of this film lends some reliability as to where the filmmakers sympathies lie. Subsequently, a credible news interviewer, Lesley Stahl, is onscreen interviewing Mrs. Trump for CBS News’ longstanding broadcast “60 Minutes” followed by the legendary Barbara Walters, CNN’s Anderson Cooper, MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski and finally Larry King back in 2005. I was being influenced to believe many things such as the fact that Melania doesn’t speak much, has a simulated “Zoolander”-type fashion model image and that she usually wore white designer clothes that inductively shows she is an upscale “clean freak.” Then at 2:22, I felt ethically manipulated by a Slovenian billboard advertising featuring Melania and sponsored by the local Nadlani News service that says (in Slovenian) “Welcome Home to your first place” and then continues to the Sevnica mayor who wants so badly to promote his town, but it’s just an average village. We then turn to the Slovenian Tourism Board representatives to confirm that it is just an average town. A look at the newsstand shows Slovenian magazines with Melania on the covers hinting at the regional personality cult that the mayor keeps promoting. At 4:36, a Rotary Club member says that Slovenians have Olympic Pride pivoting into the first of the three story “let-up” points which allows the audience to reflect. Then we see the backs of the director and his assistant working to capture the event while watching an Olympic coach demonstrating the “hammer throw.” This humanizes the filmmakers and adds to the film’s credibility. Hence, we are then outside seeing old men singing traditional Slovenian songs and drinking wine for a road dedication, leading to a teen prank. This provides some comic relief to show that we don’t have to be serious all of the time. Meanwhile, the Trump newlyweds continue with their powderpuff Larry King question and answer session, with The Donald never missing a chance to exhibit his coarseness. “Intermission” follows, again allowing the listener to think about what just happened, then suddenly we are at the news coverage of the Inaugural Parade where the Trumps arrive in the reviewing stand. The Slovenian news, “TV Slo,” is covering the event too, all which force me to encounter the ridiculous beguiling effect of the Trumps. Music is used to great psychological and sentimental effect at 9:26, as Tchaikovsky’s “Dance Of The Sugar Plum Fairy” is played for over a minute and a half, in the background of a growing cult of personality for Melania. It is so intense that a Slovenian anchorman reports on the “fake news” of an impending Trump visit to move the embassy to a nearby castle. The whole thing is a public relations hoax played by the mayor, who seems to care less about the damage from the rumor he started. In contrast, we hear from the castle manager (at another story “let-up” point) who says that he actually expects more tourism, ending with a drone-shot exterior closeup of him to an awesome wide shot of the castle. Music ends and then a SMASH CUT back to reality at a protest march in Los Angeles and other cities, a giant Greenpeace “RESIST” banner outside the White House and demonstrations at U.S. airports. Dr. Noah Charney then builds up tension and we see more Trump inauguration cliches, plus Charney draws a distinction between Trump and Slovenians, saying they are “extremely humble” and then we see slow-motion sequences of townsfolk walking at night in the town square at Christmas time. I felt directed to more gentle thoughts of kindly Balkans living their lives unaware of even what a cult of personality is, because it really shouldn’t matter to them. Act III opens on more slow-motion exteriors (an old couple walking near a lake, a pan of the mountainous horizon with houses below to affirm the small-town appeal,) and an Art Curator who says of Melania that “she didn’t do anything special” and that “people here genuinely don’t like hate speech.” His Satire Artist counters “It was brave of Melania to move away to the U.S. in the first place.” The curator adds “They don’t even have a hotel there (in Sevnica).” I felt that the two friends’ statements were in conflict with each other due to their differing agendas. Strangely, the Satire Artist backed Melania, unless he was intentionally being satirical. If so, then the irony was not lost on me. To get back to the documentary’s motif, a U.S. television news report from Sevnica on a new hamburger called “The Trump” adds that “restaurants have created their own Trump-themed treats.” Melania Trump’s lawyer in Slovenia retaliates by commenting that citizens are “not allowed to use Melania to sell” anything. This made me wonder why these rich people put up with the constant bombardment from the lower-class who apparently want what they’ve got. They can easily give most of it away and live a life with less problems. Outrageous fortune definitely has it’s “slings and arrows.” The film climaxes at 17:44, where newspaper headlines scream “Melania Trump ‘threatens to sue any Slovenian who abuses her face'” (Adu, pp.1), which has suggestive connotations that anyone can assume as this movie’s call-to-arms to go ahead and advertise as you please. Obviously unaware of legalities, a Sevnica pizzeria owner created “a new dessert for his restaurant called “Melanija”, which features a strawberry and mascarpone mousse.” (Adu, pp.1) “Rejecting suggestions that they purposely made the desserts in order to make a lot of money, (shop owner Bruno) Vidmar told Politico: “We watched her and we wanted to create something as beautiful as she is.” (Adu, pp.1) It seems that pandering may indeed get you your media attention. At the beginning of the end (while we hear singing from the children’s choir), the mayor, castle manager and shop owner all implore the Trumps to tour their country, the video being intercut with the choir. Finally, a Brezovnik sister sings (outside in the woods as usual) karaoke-style Celine Dion’s “My Heart Will Go On” during the ending credits, securing the conclusion “that the heart does go on” even if the Trumps turn their backs on Melania’s birthplace. Furthermore, the deep sadness of the film is that pitiful people with desolate lives are everywhere on earth and that scoring limited notability is only temporary and can be taken away. Again, politically liberal Bill Maher’s audio is being used to start Act I of this documentary, while we see a green country setting with the young Brezovnik sisters playing Slovenian polka. We are put at ease from the beginning by familiar sounds and quaint settings, but Melania’s emotionless appearance on television probably was at odds with her planned promotional campaign, likewise sowing seeds of doubt in Mrs. Trump. The unease is temporarily dismissed by the fact that she is then shown introducing her husband at the 2016 Republican National Convention, with overlapping applause plus the polka music, culminating in an audible “boom” during the title card and Melania Trump’s exhortation to “God Bless America!” Next, Melania is shown in the 2005 interview with a low-cut dress showing off her body and her large diamond wedding ring to Larry King and the rest of the world, with Donald basking in his pretension. To extricate us from this “dog-with-pony show,” the polka music begins again and whisks us away, back to old Europe. I felt exploited by the news media in the sense that I was plainly watching a couple of pompous people who love to talk about themselves and flaunt their opulence in everybody’s faces simply to make others feel jealous. Music is used again for great poignant effect at 3:42 when, after seeing the start of the town’s personality cult of Melania, traditional folk music transitions it to being fully exposed by the variety of Melania-themed cakes and sugary treats for sale in Sevnican restaurants. I believe that I was compelled to want to try some edible gold or maybe pancakes and yogurt.
Review By: semmert724 Rating: 7 Date: 2017-12-23

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Original Title First Ladyland
Release Date 2017-02-21
Release Year 2017

Original Language en
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Genre Documentary, Short, Comedy
Director David Freid
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Country United States
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