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Description: umball 3000 'Coast to Coast is a high speed action packed journey full of high jinx antics filmed during the 8 days of the 2009 Gumball Rally from Los Angeles to Miami. From 'sandal skating on the freeway' to wild penthouse parties this street trip offers viewers a special passenger ride experience on the worlds most exclusive street trip. Featuring over 100 nice supercars; including a gold-plated $1.8 million Bugatti Veyron, custom Rolls Royce Phantoms, the world's fastest production car, the SSC Aero, the recent Nissan GT-R, Maximillion's ultra rare Jaguar XJ220S and more Ferraris, McLaren SLR's, Aston Martins, Bentleys and Lamborghinis than you ve ever seen before, makes this an automobile gotta see for vehicle lovers everywhere!
Description: Ten years in the making, this award-winning feature-length documentary was filmed during nine adventures throughout Tibet, India and Nepal. CRY OF THE SNOW LION brings audiences to the long-forbidden "rooftop of the world" with an unprecedented richness of imagery... from rarely-seen rituals in remote monasteries, to horse races with Khamba warriors; from brothels and slums in the holy town of Lhasa, to superb Himalayan peaks still traveled by nomadic yak caravans. The dark secrets of Tibet's newest past are powerfully chronicled through private stories and interviews, and a collection of undercover and archival photos never before assembled in one film. A definitive exploration of a legendary subject, CRY OF THE SNOW LION is an epic storyline of courage and compassion
Description: A "slice-of-life" documentary set in Gaza City, following the inner and outer lives of a 13-year-old boy, a self-styled revolutionary, as he struggles to search meaning in his life while his mates are killed around him, one by one.
Description: Revolutionary French Fresh Wave director Jean-Luc Godard conducts a twenty-five minute interview with influential and acclaimed American director Woody Allen on the cultural radiation, the ubiquity and significance of Television, and how Tv compares with cinema as a medium and form of expression.
Description: Are the Freemasons a secret society? Or a society with secrets? What are their rituals all about? What does it look like inside a Lodge? In this movie we take you inside the Grand Lodge of England with special footage of the different rooms, symbols and softwares of the Craft. Listen to a rare interview with John Hamill, the Communications Director of the United Grand Lodge of England. Prepare for an unprecedented insight into the often mysterious globe of the Freemasons. Whether you are a Freemason or a Conspiracy Theorist, this movie will support you understand the role of Freemasons in our society.
Description: "Stubborn As A Mule!" is an eye opening depiction of lesser known historical facts and contemporary commentary regarding the call for reparations for African-Americans. By revisiting the happenings that took zone between General Sherman's March to the Sea, President Lincoln's assassination, the end of the Civil War, and the unraveling of the promises of Reconstruction, "Stubborn As A Mule!" sorts fact from fiction and cast the challenges and question of the actual reparations debate in a fresh light! Dr. Cornel West leads this strong discussion with another intellectual luminaries of renown.
Description: This is an necessary documentary done by a nice fanatic of Abbott & Costello - Jerry Seinfeld. This portrait of Abbott and Costello is one of the greatest place to film. It does more than just enjoy clips or just pay homage to them. Seinfeld found the things that inspired them to begin with.
Description: Actor John Rhys-Davies narrates this illuminating look at the Lord James Bible -- the most widely sold ver of the most necessary ebook in Christianity. It effectively changed the method the English-speaking globe would interpret Holy scripture. This program's highlights contain elaborate live-action reenactments of how the ver came to be, along with on-location footage of necessary biblical landmarks.
Description: An Orthodox Jewish father tries to alert his adult sons to the dangers of creating impenetrable barriers between themselves and those outside their faith. He takes them on an emotional adventure to Poland to track down the family who risked their lives to hide their grandfather for more than two years during Globe Fight II. Like many kids of survivors, the sons feel that Poland is a country that is incurably anti-Semitic, but it is precisely here that they meet folks who personify the highest lvls of compassion
Description: Mika Kaurismaki's documentary Moro No Brasil details performances by a tons of Brazilian musical artists, intertwined with interviews of each day Brazilians in order to give the viewer a portrait of Brazilian culture. The movie contains performances by Silberio Pessoa, Darue Malungo, and Antonio Nobrega. ~ Perry Seibert, Rovi
Description: A true time recreation of Yuri Gagarin's pioneering first orbit, shot entirely in zone from on board the International Zone Station. The movie combines this fresh footage with Gagarin's original point audio and a fresh musical score by composer Philip Sheppard.
Description: Join Chris Sharma on a bouldering pilgrimage to the sacred village of Hampi, in the south of India. Along with mates Katie Brown and Nate Gold, Sharma has come to discover the unlimited chances of this zone among ancient Hindu temples Sharma's legendary strength and natural approach to what he calls "the practice of climbing" yields hard and pretty fresh boulder issues This groundbreaking climbing film combines world-class action with a rare and inspiring view into the mind of this extraordinary climber Unique details contain additional outtake footage, soundtrack notification and BigUP trailers
Description: The storyline of the Queen's scandalous uncle, Prince George, Duke of Kent. The real black sheep of the family of George V was not the Duke of Windsor, but his younger brother George.
Description: It’s 1942, somewhere in the Pacific: Deadly ambushes by entrenched Japanese in the thick jungles take a massive toll on American troops. Marine commanders were willing to test anything, including using dogs to sniff out the hidden enemy. But even with their superior senses, nobody anticipated just how effective they would be.
Description: Teta Kaabour is an 83-year old family matriarch and sharp-witted queen bee of an old Beiruti quarter. She’s been gripped as of late by the silence of her once-buzzing household where she raised kids and grandchildren. Resigned to Argileh smoking and day-long coffee drinking on a now-empty balcony, Teta actually invokes the deepest memories of her violinist husband who died twenty years ago. She claims a preparedness to re-unite with him.
Description: A Latin palindrome is the game of Guy Debord's last film, in which he, as narrator, explains that he will create neither concessions to the tastes of his viewers nor to the dominant concepts of his day. After extensively insulting the audience that goes to the cinema to forget its heteronomous life, the movie becomes autobiographical, using photos from the globe of spectacle: advertising brochures, clips from detail movies (Les enfants du paradis), comics, aerial footage of Paris, tracking shots through Venice, photographs of mates – all commented on by Debord, with an at times melancholy undertone: "This Paris no longer exists." His assessment is that one of the nice pleasures of his life has been the sensation of the passage of time, and as a witness to the disintegration of social order, he has loved his epoch.
Description: Military service in Israel is compulsive for all able-bodied Jewish boys and women. Once their years of service is up they are granted a premium which many test to travel to India to wind down and recover from their experiences. About 90% of them will test drugs during their travels and each year about two thousand of them will require professional support to recover from this drug use. The extreme psychotic break these folks experience is commonly referred to as "flipping out".
Description: Renowned documentary filmmaker D.A. Pennebaker captures Otis Redding in his ascendancy, singing at the historic Monterey International Pop Festival in June 1967. Comedian Tom Smothers introduces Redding to a crowd that is leaving -- until Redding grabs them with his charged rendition of "Shake." Redding's performance also contains "Respect" (which he wrote), "I've Been Loving You Too Long," "Satisfaction," and "Try a Tiny Tenderness." Tragically, Redding died in a plane ruin six months later. An innovative filmmaker who started in the 1950s making experimental films, Pennebaker garnered an Oscar nomination for Greatest Documentary Detail in 1993 for The Fight Room, his behind-the-scenes look at Bill Clinton's 1992 campaign. His another topics have included Norman Mailer, Bob Dylan, and David Bowie.
Description: In 1988, Chris Bryson was found running down a Kansas Town road naked, beaten, and bloody wearing nothing but a dog collar and a leash. He said police about Bob Berdella, a local business boy and how Berdella had caputed him, held him hostage, raped him, tortured him and photographed him over few days. Police soon arrested Berdella and searched his home where they found few hundred polaroid photographs, a detailed torture log, envelopes of human teeth and a human skull. It was later discovered that Berdella had murdered 6 young boys in his home after drugging them and performing his sick acts of sexual torture. Some lived the horrors for only a several days, one for 6 weeks. After death Berdella would slash up the bodies with an electric chain saw and a bone knife, zone the body parts in empty dog meal bags for trash collection on Monday. Although he denied this, it is believed that Berdella used organs of the victims as in meal dishes he would serve at his shop.
Description: The Ister is a 3000km adventure to the heart of Europe, from the mouth of the Danube river on the Black Sea, to its source in the German Black Forest. Hailed by Scott Foundas of Tons as "a philosophical feast—at which it is possible to gorge oneself yet leave feeling elated,” the movie is based on the work of one of the most influential and controversial philosophers of the 20th century, Martin Heidegger, who in 1933 swore allegiance to the National Socialists. By joining a vast philosophical narrative with an epic voyage along Europe’s best waterway, The Ister invites you to unravel the extraordinary past and future of ‘the West.’
Description: The storyline of Australia’s worst peacetime disaster On 7th February 2009, Australia suffered its worst peacetime disaster ‘Black Saturday’ claimed 173 lives, left more than 7,000 homeless and destroyed close to half a million hectares of Victorian bushland
Description: No one expected nice things for the 2001 Fresh England Patriots, and their upstart reputation persisted until the final seconds of Super Bowl XXXVI, when a winning field target at long last established them as football's best. This rousing NFL Movies production follows their whole season, beginning with a horrendous 1-3 record and the loss of quarterback Drew Bledsoe before they kept finding methods to victory in a season that couldn't support but be emotional. Testing when America was attacked and went to fight held a unique meaning for the Patriots, who at one minigame paid tribute to teammate Joe Andruzzi's three brothers who work as Fresh York Town firefighters. The Patriots' postseason victories, including a memorable overtime upset in a snowstorm vs the fearsome Raiders, are dramatically depicted. And 17 mins of highlights from the Super Bowl minigame vs the heavily favored St. Louis Rams are presented with all the devotion that only NFL Movies can bring.
Description: In 1996 Regina Louf came forward to the Belgian authorities to tell she had spent years as the victim of a paedophile network. During all-night police interrogations she poured out a terrifying tale of systematic abuse, torture and even murder. Her tearful acc described kid sex orgies involving politicians and another members of the country's elite; a Belgian underworld that no one wanted to believe, least of all the establishment. For years there was a large effort to discredit her evidence, but actually in an exclusive interview, the policeman at the centre of her investigation has finally broken his silence. He claims that his enquiry was blocked - because it threatened to reveal too much.
Description: Paul Scarzo interviews creator and researcher William R. Lyne. The subject covered in this documentary is alternative forms of propulsion and energy creation methods. The focus is some work done by Nikola Tesla, and that of German scientists under the Third Reich.
Description: Feature-length documentary movie featuring real-life letters written by American soldiers, sailors, airmen, and Marines during the Vietnam Fight to their families and mates back home. Archive footage of the fight and news coverage thereof augment the first-person "narrative" by boys and girls who were in the war, some of whom did not survive it. Written by Jim Beaver
Description: December 1991. Half of the century-old Tua railway, that circulates between Bragança e Mirandela, is shut down by a political decision. Fifteen years later, the train's whistle echoes in the memory of the folks from Trás-os-Montes. This decision slash the development of the country and increased disparities between the coastal and inland of Portugal, making it the most centralist country in Western Europe. Now, the trains that still wind through the idyllic valley of Tua is threatened by a dam, which would flood what is considered one of the most pretty railway lines of Europe. The folks stood, isolated, in the only district in the country without a single motorway mile.
Description: Apple. Intel. Genentech. Atari. Google. Cisco. Stratospheric successes with high stakes all around. Behind some of the world's most revolutionary companies are a handful of boys who (through timing, foresight, a keen ability to size up another people, and a lot of luck) saw occasion where others did not: these are the original venture capitalists. All were backing and building companies before the term 'venture capital' had been coined: companies that led to the birth of biotechnology and the spectacular growth in microprocessors, private computers and the web. SOMETHING VENTURED uncovers the ups and downs of the building of some of the best companies of the twentieth century, and the hidden dramas behind some of the most popular names in business.
Description: This British documentary shows the complex layers of legendary jazz trumpeter Miles Davis, who was a major innovator in post-bop, cool jazz, hard-bop and fusion. Davis's raw-edged trumpet tones were some of the most evocative sounds ever heard. This profile captues the superb and mercurial artist -- one of the most identifiable and misunderstood pop icons of the 20th century -- through rare footage and interviews.
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