Detropia Official Trailer #1 (2012) – Detroit Documentary Movie HD

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  • VietnamJuan 5 years ago

    Rather see a documentary about the slow revival of detroit, the young entrepeneurs moving in an starting business, detroits been a shit hole for decades now, the last thing the city needs is to be portrayed in that manner to a global audience

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  • daddydibby 5 years ago

    It means she loves Detroit, basically.

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  • Coy Boy 5 years ago

    You know in England we have this place called Hull…

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  • codyjames01111 5 years ago

    You must be one of the upper class/rich members of the society there….

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  • ☢ ᴅᴠᴅ ᴘʟᴀʏᴀ ☣ 5 years ago

    It's already happening. It's not going to be "Motor City" anymore when China is going to be manufacturing 90% of the cars by the year 2017. When we crush cars an sell the scrap metal, where do you think almost ALL of it goes? China. Might as well call Detroit "Mobilehome City"

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  • speedsurfer123 5 years ago

    LoL

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  • J English 5 years ago

    why all Sundance awardee seems like a crap

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  • Fugly Skunt 4 years ago

    Nuke Detroit. Do the world a favor.

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  • 254peace 4 years ago

    "If the Good Lord let me live" basically means the time is a die is known or in control of God…….and until that day comes (my death) I'll stay in Detroit
    I really like that line as well, shows resilience. trailer totally got me hooked

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  • Amanda Schulz 4 years ago

    Who knew the answers to Detroits problems were here all along in the comments section! It must be nice to see the world in only black and white.

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  • yootuba 4 years ago

    I was really excited about seeing this film based on the trailer. Unfortunately, it turned out to be overgeneralized, oversimplified, disorganized, wandering and boring, and except for one character (a retired teacher who runs "The Raven Lounge" which is a soul/ blues bar, tries to fix up his neighborhood and generally thinks a lot about stuff) it wasn't worth watching. They should have made a documentary about the Raven Lounge instead.

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  • M Brontë 4 years ago

    this doc was very eye opening.

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  • Gale Norman 4 years ago

    All she's saying is that Godwilling she will live in Detroit for the rest of her life. It's unfortunate that people never get to see the real Detroit and all that the city has to offer.

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  • patrick thomas 4 years ago

    Pure Michigan.

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  • Mike Stamper 4 years ago

    If Detroiters really cared about their city, they wouldn't burn it down every Devil's Night. They wouldn't loot and vandalize and riot. They wouldn't strip the copper wire from their streetlights. They wouldn't keep re-electing their incompetent and corrupt politicians.

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  • CoolKidX85 4 years ago

    It isnt as simple as that. When people dont have jobs their first worries is certainly not how much they care about a city but that they need to eat etc. Its more nuanced than that.

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  • CoolKidX85 4 years ago

    You do know what socialism and communism is dont you? Because the democratic party is FAR from socialism, heck, in Europe the Democratic party would still be centre-right. Because every party in the US(actually two parties, cuz thats how democratic you guys are) is actually just right wing.

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  • CoolKidX85 4 years ago

    Also forgot to say that, did you know that the population shrunk from 1,5 million to 700 Thousand? If you do, you dont think just that is a MAJOR factor in the whole city? You think that doesnt care but what does care is that the democratics ruled there? Dont be retarded man

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  • PIGME NJ 4 years ago

    They want to supersize but don't have the money for the supersized pay and union payoffs and benefits and so on. This city was run by democrats for the last 50 years so they brought it on themselves based on their votes period.

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  • SargNickFury 4 years ago

    You are in desperate need of a dictionary, and looking up what Socialism means.

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  • CoolKidX85 4 years ago

    Explain yourself fool!

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  • SargNickFury 4 years ago

    No point your other posts make it clear you would not, or rather WILL not understand. Good luck drinking the socialist Kool-Aide…hope it works out for you, but I would recommend you prepare for collapse.

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  • sprudle 4 years ago

    Can someone please tell me what the classical piece played in the beginning is called?

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  • CoolKidX85 4 years ago

    I find it quite hilarious you will not explain one thing on why my deifnition of socialism is wrong and your version is right. Without arguments and saying shit like "you will not understand, never will" without even saying one bit why im wrong, is enough evidence you dont know what your talking about. Im asking for arguments. TELL ME, why isnt that socialism? If you dont even have arguments why bother replying to me? Just speak up or otherwise its Obvious you dont know what socialism is.

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  • Insufferable Bunny 4 years ago

    i think it means she really loves detroit and if the lord would let her live, she'll die in the place she loves, detroit.

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  • inferno0020 4 years ago

    When those Capitalistic patron saints rather ship out their money rather than investing the Industrial America, what should those Capitalists expect? A ruin of Detroit.

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  • THEROTTINGDOG 4 years ago

    Comments on this video are bewildering at best. The one thing to blame most for the fall of Detroit is government. Detroit is what the future of entitlements look like. People standing around demanding free shit and asking the government to fix it. Government cannot fix your problem and a look at how Detroit arrived to this point highlights with certainty the problems that government intervention breeds. Detroit is a glimpse into the future of America unless we have some revolution where we reinstate the constitution and bill of rights. A place where every man is responsible for his own path and well being and will no longer be allowed to ride the backs of unwilling participants.

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  • Dan Roy 9 months ago

    This looks like it's about how the filmmakers successfully gentrified Detroit

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