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AFI FEST Nov 11
. will moderate a Q&A with filmmakers Drea Cooper & Zack Canepari following a free screening of their documentary , about the deadly wildfire that killed 85 people & destroyed Paradise, CA. Get free tickets:
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Scarlett O'Susan Nov 16
on netflix. Cant imagine terror of being in middle of it. Smoky air in sacramento was horrific at time. Nothing compared to their armageddon
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kate 🦈 Nov 10
has me all the way messed up.
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Kate Pelczynski Nov 10
If you only watch one documentary this year, make it "Fire in Paradise." It's one of those documentaries that leaves you thinking, "what would I do if I was stuck in traffic and surrounded by fire?" Spoiler alert - you get out of your car and run.
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Eeryn Falk Lubicich Nov 14
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Aria Vega 15h
I watch a ton of nature/climate/disaster documentaries but I’m pretty sure is the first one that’s ever made me sob so hard I had to take a break. my skin got hot in a strange solidarity, and I had nightmares. immolation has got to be the scariest way to go.
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Heidi Nov 14
Watched the Netflix documentary for the second time because the first time I was so terrified I forgot to breathe. PLEASE watch it. It’s absolutely riveting
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Kristy Messer Nov 16
Heavy Saturday night Netflix material. Terrifying, but important. The new doc ‘I Want People to Be Angry’: Netflix’s New Camp Fire Documentary Has a Purpose
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Karlaaa’ Nov 10
So heartbreaking 😭
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Iulia Soare Nov 13
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Decider Nov 13
on Netflix is upsettingly timely:
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andrea Nov 11
wow so sad if you have 40 minutes watch the heartbreaking special on
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Chelsea Thompson Nov 11
is absolutely heartbreaking, but features so many incredible heroes: firefighters, 911 dispatchers, EMS workers, police, teachers, and every day citizens.
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LCT Nov 11
Watching the new documentary Fire in Paradise on Netflix. Seven minutes in and my heart rate is racing. Holy shit.
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AFI FEST Nov 17
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Stephen M. Strader Nov 11
Watched the documentary this past weekend. Very scary and frustrating. Fire started approximately 10 mi from Paradise and within the hour had entered the town with wind speeds approaching 50 mph. Deadliest wildland fire in CA history and most $ disaster of 2018.
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Kari Nov 10
Replying to @tal7291 @netflix
I recently saw and just sobbed.
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Scam Likely Nov 13
Omg this documentary is giving me the mega anxiety. I cannot imagine being stuck in traffic w fires all around me. Or on a school bus w poor babies. My heart. This shit is wild.
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N I C O L E ✌🏻❤️🏈 Nov 13
Attention Everybody: Do yourself a favor and watch on || INCREDIBLE. Nothing is more heartbreaking than watching this and knowing my beautiful home state is just burning up. you should be ashamed of yourself. This documentary left me speechless
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Teri LeAnn Nov 12
Replying to @ScottBaio
I watched the documentary on and I'm truly overwhelmed. IDK how people can say this isn't a problem. Listen to the experts. Listen to the firefighters battling these fires. They are starting daily. I want to help but I have no idea where to start. 💔💔💔
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