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Description: Guys And Dolls focuses on a group of boys who have fallen in love with their life-size dolls, named "Real Dolls." For these men, their $10,000 lifelike, built-to-order creations have replaced human women. For some people, finding a partner in life can be difficult. For these men, it's almost impossible. Ten years ago, a tiny factory in California began making an alternative partner. Every is tailored made to suit each taste. There are actually 3000 true dolls across the globe providing some of those with love and companionship that true girls cannot.
Description: The Minigame of Death is a documentary co-produced by France Télévisions and Radio Tv Switzerland1 in 2009 and staging a fake minigame present (The Xtreme Zone) during which a candidate gotta send electric shocks increasingly powerful candidate to other until voltages that can cause death. The staging reproduces the Milgram experiment carried out initially in the United States in 1960 to study the influence of authority on obedience: electric shocks are fictitious, an actor pretending to suffer, and objective is to use the ability to disobey the candidate who inflicts this treatment and who is not aware of the experiment. The notable difference with the original experience is that scientific authority is replaced by a tv presenter, Tania Young.
Description: How to make the imagination of movement for fun parks is the theme of this documentary. Although engineers test and test to make machines that shake, tilt, turn, lift and drop folks in a method that fools their senses, the true McCoy cannot be imitated: Roller Coasters just allow you experience movement much, much more intense than everything else - even on the screen.
Description: In this movie made over ten years, filmmaker Barbara Sonneborn goes on a pilgrimage to the Vietnamese countryside where her husband was killed. She and translator (and fellow fight widow) Xuan Ngoc Nguyen discover the meaning of fight and loss on a human level. The movie weaves interviews with Vietnamese and American widows into a vivid testament to the legacy of war.
Description: This real-life documentary explores the passionate & energetic presence of renowned Italian violinist Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg (she moved to the Unites States at the age of eight to study at The Curtis Institute of Melody and soon studied with Dorothy DeLay at The Julliard School.) The movie focuses on her professional life, starting in 1981, when she explode onto the classical melody stage as the youngest (at 17) recipient ever of the Walter W. Naumburg International Violin Competition.
Description: Documentary depicting day to day life in Angola Prison mostly from an inmate's perspective. Interviews are with few inmates including one with a life sentence who is about to die.
Description: A look at Paul Taylor and his dance company over few months in 1997. Preparation of Taylor's piece, "Piazzolla Caldera," from conception and rehearsals to opening night at Town Center, frames the film. The troupe's trip to India falls in the middle. Included are black and white footage of rehearsals, and, in color, interviews with Taylor, his dancers, dance critics and scholars, and those who manage the business side. There is also footage of a younger Taylor dancing and movie of the troupe performing a dozen Taylor pieces. His genius, his roots, his way of working with dancers, and his sometimes hard nature draw the attention of those who comment.
Description: In his actually well-known role of narrator of wildlife expeditions, Attenborough accompanies a government-sponsored trek into the central Fresh Guinea highlands to create contact with a group of natives never before seen by Europeans.
Description: Beginning with Rome's fall in the fifth century, tis History Channel presentation sheds light on the Dark Ages, covering the continent-wide chaos, including raids by Vikings Vandals, and Visigoths, bubonic plague, famine, civil unrest and more. The tool takes viewers from the darkest of times to the dawn of a fresh beginning as the turmoil besieging Europe gives rise to the Crusades, the Enlightenment, and the Renaissance.
Description: This is the breathtaking storyline of Daniel Tammet. A twenty-something with extraordinary mental abilities, Daniel is one of the world's several savants. He can do calculations to 100 decimal territories in his head, and learn a language in a week.
Description: Hapon is an 8-year-old survivor in the slums of modern Manila, scratching out an improvised existence at the margins of society. This rawly shot documentary follows Hapon and his friends as they swagger around their dilapidated universe. Featuring a punk-rock score by director Khavn's band the Brockas, the movie captures a carefree spirit in the kids that fully belies the squalid conditions in which they live.
Description: A movie about how the local population of Tanzania has been evicted to create method for the creation of the world’s most popular nature reserves. Set in the popular Serengeti and the Ngorongoro crater, the movie explores how the parks came to be and how western perceptions about nature radically altered both the East African landscape and society. The movie focuses on the folks who "shouldn't be there", not only because their voices are rarely heard but also because they are still being antagonised and excluded, while the tourist industry is rapidly depleting the area's natural resources.
Description: A perfect, quick and hilarious montage. Using photos from Artis (Amsterdam Zoo), Bert Haanstra shows that a couple of similarities can be discovered between human and animal. Particularly the manner in which human and ape are confronted with every other, is significant. The photos speak for themselves, human voices or commentary is absent. The ironic melody of Pim Jacobs does add an additional dimension to the whole. With regards to human and animal Haanstra limits himself for the time being to this short film, recorded with a hidden camera. Soon on, in few large films, he would return to this subject.
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Description: This documentary follows the legendary African singer and guitarist Ali Farka Touré (who died in 2006) as he returns to his home and musical roots in Niafunké, the village on the banks of the River Niger in Mali. Touré actually sees himself as a farmer and family man, and is trying to improve agricultural and social conditions in the province of Timbuktu. The region has no streets and no electricity and Touré himself drove director Marc Huraux across the vast expanse of unforgiving desert land that surrounds Niafunké to create this film. The cameras accompany Touré as he goes about his everyday farm business, and fulfilling his role and responsibilities as an necessary local figure.
Description: When you look like America's enemy, is the Dream worth the price? A Dream in Doubt is an immigrant storyline in a globe in which patriotism has morphed into murder. When Rana Singh Sodhi's brother is killed in America's first post-9/11 revenge murder, he starts a adventure to reclaim his American dream and war the hate that continues to threaten his community.
Description: Julia Bradbury heads for Iceland to embark on the toughest walk of her life. Her challenge is to walk the 60 kilometres of Iceland's most popular hiking route, a trail that just happens to end at the unpronounceable volcano that brought air traffic across Europe to a standstill in 2010 . With the support of Icelandic mountain tutorial Hanna, Julia faces daunting mountain climbs, red hot lava fields, freezing river crossings, deadly clouds of sulphuric gas, swirling ash deserts and sinister Nordic ghost stories as she attempts to reach the large volcanic crater at the centre of the Eyjafjallajökull glacier.
Description: The movie uncovers a part of the Holocaust that was once thought to be unrecorded, but thanks to Washington D.C. Holocaust Museum's work there is actually documentation and photographic evidence of what life was like behind the fences of the death camp at Auschwitz. This movie profiles a series of contrasting images - one series portrays the banality of evil, while the another profiles the horror of life behind the wire.
Description: In the heart of Tel Aviv, there is an exceptional school where kids from forty-eight various countries and diverse backgrounds come together to learn. Many of the students arrive at Bialik-Rogozin School fleeing poverty, political adversity and even genocide. Here, no kid is a stranger. The movie follows few students' struggle to acclimate to life in a fresh land while slowly opening up to share their stories of hardship and tragedy.
Description: Following the nice explorers’ footsteps, “Congo River” takes us up one of the world’s best river basins, from its mouth to its source. All the method along its 2,716 miles, we pass territories that testify to the country’s tumultuous history, and encounter the ghosts of those who shaped its destiny: Stanley, the explorer, Leopold II, the colonizer, Mobutu, the despot. We also cross paths with an whole folks – boatmen guiding their dugout canoes, fishermen, traveling salesmen, military personnel and rebels, girls and kids – searching for light and dignity.
Description: The happenings of the hajj have long remained veiled from non-Muslims, who are forbidden even to enter the holy town of Mecca. A squad of Muslim filmmakers gained access to Islam's holiest zone at the peak of the pilgrimage to document the holy happening for National Geographic Television.
Description: This is the storyline of more than four hundred Americans who participated in a bold and risky experiment designed to awaken the conscience of a complacent nation. These self-proclaimed, 'Freedom Riders' challenged the mores of a racially segregated society by performing a disarmingly easy act.
Description: Inside the State Department provides an intimate perspective on the point of the U.S. Department of State and its leader, Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton, as she juggles each major global trouble facing the United States, pressuring and persuading allies and adversaries alike. With rare and unprecedented access, National Geographic follows Secretary Clinton and her squad around the globe, accompanying her on her first trip as secretary of state to the United Nations as well as to international hot spots such as Pakistan, Afghanistan, Jerusalem and Africa.
Description: In spring 2010, the nearly unpronounceable volcano Eyjafjallajkull spewed ash clouds across Europe, bringing international air traffic to a standstill. Now, for the first time ever, a squad of explorers descend into the nearby Thrinukagigur volcano crater - the only zone on world where it is possible to enter an old magma chamber. Inside the crater, the squad finds crucial evidence revealing the inner workings of Icelandic volcanoes.
Description: Real storyline of the saga that was hoped to be the long-awaited justice brought to bear upon Augosto Pinochet, Chilean dictator from 1973 to 1990. In September 1998, Pinochet flew to London on a pleasure trip but experienced back pain and underwent an operation in the London Clinic. Upon waking, he was arrested by Scotland Yard. Should it be that this was to become the first Latin American dictator to respond for crimes while serving as Head of State? After 500 days of house arrest, he nevertheless eventually returned unscathed to Chile, despite the compelling situation built vs him before & during this period by a young Spanish prosecutor, Carlos Castresana.
Description: Through a passionate mixture of personal videos, uncensored interviews and school-day adventures, the kids of Fresh Orleans' notoriously violent Central Town neighborhood have created a riveting portrait of childhood at the heart of an ongoing American crisis. No one set out to create a film: six months after Katrina, filmmakers Elizabeth Wood and Gabriel Nussbaum moved to Fresh Orleans with a gratis art program, devised to support students creatively express their thoughts in response to the chaos of the storm. Their documentary-filmmaking class at Singleton Charter School at the local YMCA invited students to take video cameras home, and say their stories on their own terms. The effects quickly transcended the classroom.
Description: Over the past two years, Chimerica Media have been given exclusive and unparalleled access to conduct a series of interviews with Henry Kissinger and to movie him on a series of foreign trips to China, Israel and Russia. This detail documentary will combine excerpts from the extensive interviews with extraordinary contemporary archive. The effect will be a special insight into the mind and personality of the boy who, more than any another single individual, shaped the foreign privacy of the United States - not only during his time in office, but afterwards, when he continued to act as consigliere to successive presidents as well as to governments around the world.
Description: A portrait documentary tracing the inspiration, philosophy and imagination of the celebrated theatre and screen writer - and Bunuel's long term collaborator - Jean Claude Carrière. Carrière predicts that between the house he was born in and the cemetery in which he will end there is a life adventure of just 250 meters. "Carrière: 250 Meters" follows him as he reflects on the wealth of global traditions of storytelling, travelling through past and present, across countries and cultures from Paris to Fresh York, Mexico and India and joined by his family, mates and collaborators. A testament to the life and work of an extraordinary boy and a key architect in contemporary cinema.
Description: This says a storyline literally 'hidden from history'. In the 1960s and 70s, British governments, conspiring with American officials, tricked into leaving, then expelled the whole population of the Chagos islands in the Indian Ocean. The aim was to give the principal island of this Crown Colony, Diego Garcia, to the Americans who wanted it as a major military base. Indeed, from Diego Garcia US planes have since bombed Afghanistan and Iraq. The storyline is said by islanders who were dumped in the slums of Mauritius and in the words of the British officials who left a 'paper trail' of what the International Criminal Court actually describes as 'a crime vs humanity'
Description: From Fb thumbs up to the war of stones, a history of hope, fear, despair, anger, pride and elation, the movie is the real-time chronicle of the two most exciting weeks in the history of modern Egypt as lived by their protagonists. Since the 25th of January 2011, together with thousands of another Egyptian citizens, No ha, Ahmed and Essayed have been involved in a heavy movement of road protest for political freedom. Day after day, sleepless night after sleepless night, until the capitulation of the defeated pharaoh, the movie follows these young and unexpected heroes along their shattering war to defeat their freedom.
Description: An exploration into the mysterious life of the late jazz vocalist Jackie Paris, which examines the question of how much we need to know about an artist's life to appreciate their art.
Description: The Six Degrees of Helter Skelter" walks in the footsteps of the Manson Family, visiting over 40 territories similar to the infamous Tate/LaBianca murders, and tying together the variety of odd connections between Charles Manson and the Hollywood elite. Entertainingly led by popular Hollywood historian Scott Michaels (E!'s 20 Most Horrifying Hollywood Murders, Dearly Departed: Vol. 1, FindADeath.com), this epic documentary employs never-before-seen autopsy reports (analyzed with the support of the Los Angeles Department of the Coroner), variety of rare photographs, original Manson Family melody recordings, and modern-day visits to the territories where the action went down, in the most finished retelling of the Manson Murders ever place on film.
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Donor UnknownIf you're father was a sperm donor, you'll be reminded of him each time you masturbate.Instead of testing with themselves, however, the offspring in this documentary are trying to locate their donor dad.In the 1980s, Jeffrey Harrison spent a nice deal of time making deposits at a cryobank under the name: Donor 150.Twenty years later, JoEllen Marsh, one of the many kids conceived from Jeffrey's genes, connects with a half-sister over the Internet.The peculiarity of the reunion attracts the Fresh York Times and eventually more siblings and the donor's identity are uncovered.But are his progenies ready to visit the beach where their dad lives in an RV?A fascinating real storyline about the past catching up with you, Donor Unknown's paternal pathos blends well with the genetic similarities prevalent throughout Jeff's brood.Either way, the largest enemy of donating to sperm banks is still Kleenex.Yellow Lightvidiotreviews.blogspot.ca
I read a short review for this documentary, and it sounded quite interesting, because I have seen comedy test of sperm donation, such as Jackass and Street Trip, but never seen anything about the true nature of it. Basically this true, but stranger than fiction, storyline sees Pennsylvanian born twenty year old JoEllen Marsh searching for her biological father, she found out when she was younger that she was born from an anonymous donation of sperm place in her mother's system. At the same time we see the boy who donated this sperm at California Cryobank, lonely hippie like animal lover Jeffrey Harrison, aka Donor 150, living in an RV on Venice Beach, who confesses to donating hundreds of times, mostly for the money, but also to support those who cannot bare kids properly. JoEllen joined a site specialising in supporting folks search their anonymous donor number connection in order to search and meet their half brothers and sisters. Eventually a number of these half relatives have met and found connection with every other, and towards the end we do see see JoEllen and biological father Jeffrey, and one or two of the half siblings, all meet up and search resolution. I can accept the breaks in the storyline to see what goes on in the donation rooms and how sperm is used and whatever can be a tiny annoying, but you have to know that type of items at the same time, and the storyline to be honest I found a tiny weird and lame, but overall it's not a terrible documentary at all. Okay!
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