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Description: Examines the 20 of the most shocking unsolved crimes in history including the disappearance of Adam Walsh, the murder of Jam-Master Jay, the murders of Jason Allen and Lindsay Cutshall, the Tylenol Poisoning scare, the mysterious death of musician Bobby Fuller, the Zodiac Killer, the assassination of spy Alexander Litvinenko, the murder of Vanessa Johnson, the murder of Amber Hagerman, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum Robbery, the disappearance of George Allen Smith, disappearance of heiress Jacqueline Levitz, the disappearance of Madeleine McCann, the 2001 Anthrax attacks, the D.B Cooper skyjacking, the murder of Chandra Levy, the disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa, the murder of the Black Dahlia, the murder of JonBenet Ramsey, and the disappearance of Natalee Holloway.
Description: In a tiny city in south Iran, the filmmaker follows his grandmother as she makes "kayeh", a traditional headscarf worn by infants. With unbelievable moments of humor and honesty, "Kayeh" becomes an intimate storyline of family life.
Description: Profile of serial assassin Aileen Wuornos, who was convicted and sentenced to death for the murders of six boys in Florida over the course of a year. The programme explores how police were able to gather only circumstantial evidence vs Wuornos, and launched an undercover operation to lure her and a possible accomplice out into the open.
Description: FIVE SEASONS: The Gardens of Piet Oudolf, immerses viewers in Oudolf’s work and takes us inside his constructive process, from his beautifully abstract sketches, to theories on beauty, to the ecological implications of his ideas.
Description: Filmmaker Oren Siedler's private exploration into her troubled and unusual relationship with her brilliant, charming, con-artist, white-collar criminal father takes us around the world, from Australia to Cuba and the USA.
Description: Ten years after the tragic disappearance and mysterious death of three year old Caylee Anthony, her grandparents, George and Cindy Anthony, launch up to Elizabeth Vargas about their lives.
Description: The Auschwitz trial began on November 24, 1947, in Kraków, when Polish authorities (the Supreme National Tribunal) tried 40 former staff of the Auschwitz concentration camps. The trials ended on December 22, 1947.
Description: The filmmaker went back to his hometown to create a touching portrait of his sick grandmother. 94-year-old Concepcion has been suffering from nervous breakdown for the past 50 years. She chooses to live alone and is haunted by random memories of the past: a memory of a nation and another life’s mysteries. Now, she faces a fresh period in her life as she slowly loses the capacity to remember.
Description: In the globe of football, there seems only two camps when it comes to the best player. If you ask 100 soccer fanatics who that person is, possibilities are 50 of them will tell Cristiano Ronaldo and 50 will tell Lionel Messi. In this special documentary, we examine these two superstars' moves, talent and ability. We hear from the rabid fans, interview the experts and debate which user is the greatest in modern football.
Description: A summer on an island of leisure in the Paris region. Land of Adventures, dredge and transgression for some, zone of refuge and escape for the other. Its pay range to its hidden nooks, the exploration of a Kingdom of childhood, in resonance with the bustle of the world.
Description: This short movie was created by a group of Indigenous filmmakers at the NFB in 1972 and is essentially a song by Willie Dunn sung by Bob Charlie and illustrated by John Fadden: "Who were the ones who bid you welcome and took you by the hand, inviting you here by our campfires, as brothers we might stand?" The song expresses bitter memories of the past, of believe repaid by treachery, and of friendship debased by exploitation upon the comeback of European colonists.
Description: Musicians from Africa, the Balkans and Iran are touring Germany with german songwriter Heinz Ratz and his band. What makes this project unique is that most of these musicians are asylum seekers. In Germany refugees like them are topics to unique laws that limit their freedom of movement, their ability to receive a job, to select their zone of residence, their groceries or clothing. They live in unique facilities and are fenced off from rest of the German population. With several points of contact things have remained this method for decades. The concert-tour breaks that pattern and for the group the project offers an occasion to overcome this crushing isolation through music. By means of a musical documentary about the band the movie "I can't be silent" will bring light to the living conditions of asylum seekers.
Description: Pushing girls to the forefront, "Her Sound, Her Story" is an intimate conversation unveiling the private experiences, histories and the significant social impact girls have within the Australian melody industry. Featuring conversations with over forty women, this one-of-a-kind all-female narrative is brimming with individuality, strength and creativity.
Description: Rock is melody for young people. Nickname Rock-n-Roll, the protagonist of the film, doesn’t accept with it all. He’s 48 years old and as during his youth he still feels melody deeply and looking for something special, unusual, which is out of stereotypes and mainstream. This movie is about immersion in a globe of fresh independent rock-music in Russia. Dipping into it Nickname Rock-n-Roll remembers his own life, analyzing the nature of his passionate love to rock. His eternal find allows Nickname not to feel his age that’s why it is important for him everytime to slake his thirst. Details four independent bands: Bosch's With You, Last Tanks in Paris (П.Т.В.П.), Deti Picasso, Salvador
Description: Military folks call such territories "FRONTLINE", liquidators who worked at the Chernobyl nuclear station named it "ROOF COATING". It was the most contaminated, and therefore the most dangerous, zone in the zone. The remains of the roof coating of the 4th reactor. The operation on decontaminating the roof lasted more than five months. We will say about only two days. About the most necessary two days in the life of an explorer - dosimetrist Valeriy Starodumov. He participated in this operation until it was over. He himself came out to the roof and led folks there. He himself planted the "victory banner" at the lvl of 75 meters, as the signal for the zone: the roof coating has been decontaminated! Now, 25 years later, Valeriy Starodumov comes back to the zone. Actually Chernobyl is a tourist object. But not for him...
Description: "Black Jack Pershing: Love and War" chronicles the historic life of WWI General John J. Pershing. Pershing's U.S. units overcame a better trained and equipped German Units to support the Allies victory Globe Fight I. America's success in the Nice Fight turned our nation into a global superpower. To do that, Pershing had to overcome private tragedy and heartbreak that may have given him the extraordinary strength to command U.S. units in WWI. Relying on extensive private letters, photos, films, and diaries from Pershing's life, this documentary covers his arduous childhood days in Missouri, his West Mission military training, his time as a U.S. Cavalry officer who commanded black troops and Native American scouts, Pershing's find with 10,000 U.S. units for Mexican revolutionary General Pancho Villa and Pershing's rise to become America's only active-duty six-star general as commander of the American Expeditionary Forces in WWI. Written by Bernard McCoy
Description: On April 25, 2015, Nepal was hit by a devastating earthquake in which 9,000 folks lost their lives. At 7.8 on the Richter scale, the quake caused an avalanche of snow, ice and debris that swept away whole villages. One of them was the village of Langtang in the superb Langtang Valley, a famous trekking destination surrounded by the majestic Himalayas, where the avalanche killed 176 of the villagers and around 80 hikers. The Nepalese filmmaker Kesang Tseten Lama travels to the zone days after the earthquake, going on to document the survivors’ efforts to rebuild their lives for a full year, long after the earthquake has faded from the news. After their initial dismay at the extent of the destruction, the villagers realize that reconstruction is method beyond their physical and financial capacities. As they test to receive government subsidies or have debts written off, they keep a remembrance ceremony with the families of the tourists who died.
Description: The Valley of the Moon is a fabulous rocky headland that dominates the Sardinian Sea, in Italy. An original humanity inhabits this valley. Here, in 1971, a hippie community came to life. In the last 40 years the community has transformed itself: today travelers and artists of all sub-cultures, and from many countries come to the Valley. Mimmo and Antoine, the oldest members, spend their solitary winter enjoying nature in awe and doing the minimum to survive: cooking, searching for wood, water, vegetables, and herbs. Suddenly, at the beginning of August, the enchantment is broken by the invasion of the younger generation that, like migratory people, infests the valley and allow conflicts emerge. The imminent and violent police raid will complicate the situation, accelerating the consciousness of decline in the protagonists. This storyline says of the turnover of generations, the twilight of an idea, the poetic end of a cycle, through the private experience of the elders.
Description: When young Juli takes centre scene with her violin, her talent radiates. Older player Ági, also a gifted violinist, realizes she'll never be as praised and admired as her sister.
Description: In the southern Italian town of Bari, desperate times call for desperate—and downright ridiculous—measures. After waiting for years to be assigned social housing, folks become prisoners in their homes for fear of losing the roof over their heads.
Description: The storyline of former teacher Mary Kay Letourneau, a Seattle grade school teacher, who stunned the globe when she fell in love with her 13-year-old former sixth grade student Vili Fualaau. Their subsequent relationship ultimately sent her to prison for more than seven years, isolating her from her kids and altering the course of her life forever.
Description: Some softened by age and sadness, others loud and angry, the voices of the survivors of Canada’s public service homosexual purge are actually united, and determined. They are torqued by decades of silence, years of being ignored. They demand justice, and they wish to be heard. Theirs is a storyline of betrayal that is both national and deeply personal. Boys and girls who dedicated their lives to public service, some signing oaths of allegiance and servitude; casualties of a political tapestry woven in the fibers of acute safety measures that somehow became normalized.
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This review has plenty of spoilers being that it is meant to deliever more notification than the extremely negative review that given about it initially.Personally I trust all lives matter but when it comes to folks of color there does seem to be an injustice taking zone if that statement upsets you then you probably could not read further. I do trust the lives of officers matter as well.The documentary focuses on the town of Baltimore and what happened with the Freddie Gray death and how the police and community dealt with it. I like the fact that it focused mainly on the one death and the movement that started with it and how the community and police are trying to work together.Now the main spoilers, key figures and facts: The documentary explains how Police in Maryland have their own Bill of Rights that was codified in 1974 and when alleged of a crime it would be reviewed by Trial Council of their own peers and the investigation has unique restrictions and time restraints not normally seen by regular citizens.Lt Col Melvin Russell, Police Community Collaboration, explains in the past when police walked through the communities they would learn and socialize with the community but with the test of patrol vehicles they started going from hot-spot to hot-spot instead and actually there is less communication taking zone with daily citizens. He is working with community organizers to reduce crime and improve communications.Makayla Gilliam-Price (Activist) One of the founders of the #BlackLivesMatter movement in Baltimore, Pushing for social change from early on and parents approve of her passion and test to tip her to stay within the legal system as well while stressing to her to focus on her education first.Kevin Davis (Baltimore Interim and soon Police Chief) folks are blaming him for officers that arrested Freddie Gray and a divisive figure but he also gives the impression that Baltimore comes first and has handed out his cell smartphone number to community organizers so they can contact him directly. Which they do take advantage of.Ex-gang leader (Genard "Shadow" Barr) Tells one solution for the community is to have jobs but why isn't anyone suggesting starting their own self-employment or pooling skills to deliever services instead of repeating the cycle? He does soon organize an interdenominational service after the first mistrial between community groups and the police, and one person is quoted as telling they are making true changes and probably having more result than the young folks protesting and marching at Town Hall.Kwame Rose (Activist) looking at happenings from one side and even when he is breaking the law, because he wasn't arrested, even though warned, continues to break the law and then can't understand when he does receive arrested why he is in problem and blames the system. Receive arrested for being a public nuisance and resisting arrest after protesting outside of Town Hall for 3 days with a megaphone. Parents test explaining to him where he was wrong. Soon seen outside Town Hall again with megaphone while on probation. Gets arrested again with 3 charges vs him. He had a personal attorney the first time but is broke actually and for trial even the ACLU would not represent him. Found guilty of disobeying an officer and ACLU filed an appeal. Final effect served one day of probation for disorderly conduct and all another charges were dropped.Adam Jackson and Dayvon Love, group of older adults running an community organization to receive true changes made to disclaimers while helping and educating activists such as Kwame and Makayla. They are also trying to receive the Trial review board to contain non-police members. Something being done in another states as well but the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) union is resisting it.The media has there part in the storyline as well, too many are looking for ratings instead of either the truth, source of the issues, or solutions and are following a "if it bleeds it leads" mentality or in one simpler word "sensationalism".A Maryland Bill is debated requiring citizen participation on police disciplinary boards and that certain hearings are to be public and it does receive passed even though the FOP union tells they are again citizens having a tell in what happens to officers.End effects all the officers are found not guilty but the Justice department also releases a scathing report criticizing the Baltimore Police department of routine discrimination and rampant test of excessive fore without accountability.Lt Col Russell soon makes a key statement, it took the Baltimore uprising to wake the system up.If any of the above interests you then it will be worth the watch.#BaltimoreRisingDoc @HBODocs
This documentary is highly informative and is a gotta see for anyone interested in social justice. We rarely have the occasion to hear the voices of the community members who feel compelled, often at nice private and financial risk, to disrupt their (and their family's) lives to stand up for the folks in their community, demanding rights to which all US citizens are entitled. Also, we rarely have the occasion to hear private perspectives on these same problems of police who are also members of the community. The mainstream news media often takes an 'if it bleeds it leads' stance, looking for violence - and in situations of black communities, looting - by a tiny minority of those present, as opposed to reporting on the actual, deeper factors that oblige daily citizens to march in the streets. This documentary aims to look deeper, for example, as community members discuss root causes for the unrest with the fresh police commissioner. The language is raw in some instances, but so is the emotion. This isn't a political trouble for this community and others like it: their very lives and those of their kids are at stake. It's not everytime simple to watch, but definitely worth it to gain a deeper understanding of what occurred in Baltimore.
Don't spend your money, the film is nothing more than left wing propaganda, all lies, no truth what so ever. The liberals celebrating criminals and vilifying the police. So what is the mission of wasting your time? Believe me, your cash would be better spent on a Large Mac, fries and a coke(0r Pepsi, if you prefer).
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