There is a very good chance you’re watching the first episode of The Informer: The Informers Movie right now.
It was released last night by Netflix and is available in more than 140 countries.
There are no subtitles.
The movie has a great, unbroken story line, which begins with the titular Informers (Michael McKean and John Krasinski) in their early 20s and takes us from childhood to the modern day, all the while dealing with the drug trade, a very, very complex, and often very violent, issue.
The film is a documentary, not a series.
The director is James Franco, who has written a number of great films in recent years, but none quite as good as The Informerson.
Franco is the director of the hugely popular HBO show The Newsroom, and he’s written several films that were nominated for Academy Awards, including a short documentary called A Thousand Suns.
He’s also been known to make films about some of the most controversial issues of the day, like the Vietnam War, which led to the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Vietnamese, including women, children, and the elderly.
And yet The Informors is a far cry from the show that launched Franco’s career.
The Informants is a film about two friends (played by McKeans and Krasinksis) who are trying to save the world by creating a vaccine that would eradicate the disease known as AIDS, but the virus can spread so easily and so easily that it will kill people within hours of vaccination.
They want to use a vaccine to prevent the spread of AIDS, because they believe the vaccine would protect people from the virus and stop the spread.
But that vaccine will never work, because the virus will just keep on coming, just like it has always done.
The people of the world want a vaccine, but they have no way of getting one.
They need help.
And so they call on the people of The Netherlands to help them create a vaccine.
This film follows the journey of these two young men, and is filled with great moments, heartwarming moments, and some really funny moments, as well as some very graphic and upsetting moments.
The cast includes John Karel-Jones, who is best known for his role as The Dutchman on the hit NBC comedy series Scrubs, as the lead actor in the film.
He plays the role of John, who becomes interested in The Informent after seeing the movie.
He also appears in the first two episodes of The Documentaries, but his role is cut off.
He eventually re-appears in the fourth and final episode, and we are introduced to the film’s other cast members, including Krasinsky and McKeas.
The Documentarians is directed by Anthony Rodriguez, and it was written by Franco.
This is the first time that Franco has directed a film for Netflix.
And it is also the first collaboration between Netflix and The Informators, and a collaboration that Franco seems quite proud of.
“I’m really happy to be working with Netflix.
I feel like we’re really at the beginning of a big, global collaboration,” Franco said when The Informations came out last night.
“It’s something that really resonates with people.
Netflix is one of the great pioneers of the streaming service.
And I’m really proud of that.”
The documentary premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival last night, where Franco was on the panel.
The documentary follows the film crew as they attempt to create the vaccine, which will be made from human cells.
“The film’s a story about two young friends trying to create a virus vaccine that will eradicate the HIV virus that kills millions of people within weeks, and which has been around for decades,” Franco explained to the audience.
“So when I wrote the film, I wrote it from the perspective of two friends trying desperately to create this vaccine.
And this vaccine will only work if it’s not injected directly into people, which is something we know to be impossible.
And what I really wanted to say was, there’s nothing stopping us from actually making this vaccine, and I wanted to really tell this story from their perspective.
And we had a very interesting dialogue.
I think that was very important to me.
I wanted the audience to be able to hear the two friends, because if they couldn’t hear the film in a few minutes, they would probably think the film was a joke.”
The doc was shown in the United States on Monday, April 14.
It is available on Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime Video.
The show has been praised for its use of visual storytelling and its use a number times of late.
“James Franco is a filmmaker whose career has seen him collaborate with a number filmmakers, including David Cronenberg and David Fincher,” Netflix wrote in a press release for the documentary.
“In his own words, he’s ‘pushing the envelope and telling stories that are