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Description: A historical analysis of how groups such as the Nazi’s may test language, symbols, and religious connotation in order to come to power. It raises questions that deserve in depth analysis and consideration. Questions include: Where do legends expand our thinking and where do they bury it? When does spiritual pursuit suddenly turn into fanaticism and violence? Last, have we as a society learned from our past, and if so have forgotten the lessons of the 20th Century? Are we actually embarking on a fresh lvl only to learn the same old lessons about humanity again? In addressing these questions we are taken into the back drop of the history of Germany beginning in the late 1800’s through the late 20th Century at the eve of the 21st. “A society that does not take archetypes, myths, and symbols seriously will possibly be jumped by them from behind.”
Description: The first X-ray cinematograph movie ever taken, shown by Dr. MacIntyre at the London Royal Society (1896 and 1909). X-ray pictures of a frog knee joint, a beating human heart and movements of the stomach.
Description: "Developed as a research for a future movie about a cemetery of elephants. The research is based on classic journey films, Lost Globe literature adaptations and exotic journey movies from the '30s, '40s, '50s, '60s, the golden period of journey in cinema. These archive works are experimental notes of some of the techniques and visions that will inhabit the film, they represent a fresh approach to sound and image. An overwhelming experiment with the audiovisual matter."
Description: Designed primarily for non-Turkish viewers, Tolda Örnek's documentary has a portentous narration by Sir Donald Sinden, focusing mostly on Atatürk's qualities as a leader as well as an inspiration to others. His shortcomings (drinking and smoking too much, as well as an inability to relate to his wife) are not overlooked, but Örnek suggests that they were chiefly due to his obsession with work. He had a lot to do in a very short time and achieved it.
Description: In 1938 Nazi leader Heinrich Himmler sponsored an expedition to Tibet lead by few Nazi SS scientists to study the regions flora and fauna, and to take scientific measurements of the Earths magnetic fields. The expedition was also sent to search traces of the orgins of the "Aryan" race in Tibet which was where Himmler thought evidence of should be found. This movie is a Nazi era documentary of that expedition.
Description: “Las Calles Hablan is a detail length documentary ﬁlm about road art in Barcelona. Until actually there hasn’t been a deﬁnitive ﬁlm made in Barcelona which explores the history, motivation, politics and the numerous characters involved in the road art scene. The storyline follows the true life experience of Katrine Knauer as she develops her interest in Barcelona urban art through her photoblogging site named Mapping Barcelona Public Art and an 2012 road art exhibition featuring some of her discovered artists. The ﬁlm was originally considered as a 5 minute documentary to complement the Las Calles Hablan exhibition but we soon realised that a much bigger, more intriguing storyline required to be told. The deeper we delved into this vibrant subculture the more we discovered and the more we got hooked.
Description: This is a movie comprised primarily from footage shot by the exploring squad of Mr. and Mrs. William Phillips, nee Bill and Eve Phillips, a minor league ver of the better-known Martin and Osa Johnson. It, between variety of shots of bare-breasted Choco and Cuna Indian women, has a flimsy plot about a party of engineers "seeking" a continental highway route from South America through Central America to the United States.
Description: BEPPIE is a moving and disarming portrait of an Amsterdam road urchin. Van der Keuken once described her as follows: 'She was ten years old and the joy of the Achtergracht, where I was living at the time. An Amsterdam child, sweet and crooked as a corkscrew.' He movies her while she skims the town with some mates and knocks at strangers' doors. Her family has nine kids and is not well off. In those days, a visit to the De Miranda swimming pool cost a quarter, but only ten cents if the weather was bad. At school, Beppie gets a terrible tag because she is too boisterous, but when the entire class rattles off the multiplication tables, she joins in at the top of her voice. All of TV-watching Holland was wildly enthusiastic about this portrait, with which Van der Keuken even made the front page of the national newspaper De Telegraaf.
Description: A girl in a white gown performs a skirt dance, using her arms to produce circles and another patterns within the folds of her costume. Her legs and feet appear to be bare. (Library of Congress)
Description: For twenty years the Wiesenbergers cultivated the same rituals. Practising once a week in the local chappel and singing for weddings and birthdays. Meanwhile, their globe turned upside down. Their CD is rising up the charts and they're overwhelmed with concert request - showbusiness is calling. Now, they even were invited to perform in Shanghai. But the tempting offer puts their solidarity to a test.
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OK, at first, I was gonna write "I have no words", but now I have quite a several words.. This is by far the saddest, but also the most necessary documentary I've ever seen. I really appreciate nice documentaries. After seeing this one, I just can't stop crying. This really got me thinking. 24 mins of love, hope, pain and heartbreaking scenes. It's such an necessary topic. I trust and hope that this will support folks see that life is fragile. This can happen to anyone. We need documentaries like this one.My thoughts go to all of the wonderful persons in this project, and all of the folks who goes trough the same.
So true and so viscerally difficult yet compelling enough to create you feel immersed in what you're seeing. "Extremis" touches one of those difficult subject we tend to avoid and hardly ever think about until it happens to us or to someone we know and care about and that is the decision one gotta do in order to save a family member who's dying or to pull the plug and allow them go because there's nothing more that can be done. A short documentary following medical doctors, families and folks at the saddening final moments. "Extremis" makes you think about those choices and gets all those various points of view of what to do, how to react and all the doubts that comes with it. The sick person can't do much to what's event to them, the ones here all got tubes, equipment and such to support them breathe and continue to live in a deficient way. It all boils down to the talk the doctors gotta have with the family members, an extremely difficult talk that follows with a more hard decision. We follow three or four cases, and folks with better understanding in medicine will receive it better the patients conditions since the movie doesn't establish all that much, already cutting to what's going on and what's need to be done. In a way, it was very nice they did that because all we need to know is that the patients will live though not in proper conditions and their relatives are the ones who can understand all the pain that goes through, all the caring they do and if they search appropriate to continue treatment or relieve their loved ones from more suffering. As someone who've everytime seen through the sick/dying one perspective, this is was truly something fresh to me, it made me reflect to how certain I should be in making an necessary decision concerning a person I loved, things that, unfortunately, they won't reply or tell anything unless stated in previous talks - and that's the one we tend to avoid while going on living...cause death is for the later.A commendable work though very sad to watch. What concerns me about the project is the thin line between what is exactly true and what is staged (if there is something like that, I mean, there were times I thought it was all acting). With a longer time, it'd be interesting for us in the audience to receive everyone involved, backgrounds from families and the concerned doctors, just tiny things that'd create this a lot better. 8/10
There's probably no decision that's harder than the decision about the end of life - especially when you're in the position of having to create (or at least heavily influence) the decision. Most of us have probably at some mission had to create that decision for a beloved pet, but we hope and we pray that we don't have to face the decision for a family member. But sometimes we do. Folks have a tendency not to just fall asleep and not wake up, or to simply die in an instant. Folks receive sick - and then sicker, and sicker still. And somewhere along the way, the question comes up - how far could we go with this? If you've ever been in the position of having to face those questions (and I have been personally within my own family, and as a pastor I've stood with families who've been faced with this decision) then you'll certainly be moved by this short film, and by the cases depicted.This is a 24 minute short movie that depicts these decisions being made in what seems to be an ICU in a major city. Doctors, nurses, families and patients all struggle together with the decision. Machines or no machines? Tubes or no tubes? Just how far do we go to hold a person alive who has no reasonable prospect for any significant recovery and when the quality of life has disappeared? It's a heart-wrenching decision for everyone, and that's one thing that becomes clear. Even the doctors - who surely have to do this a lot - are sometimes uncertain, and it's emotionally draining on them as well. Everyone wants and hopes for and prays for a miracle, but usually they don't come. If you've never been through this type of case and you wish to receive a glimpse of the sorts of things you struggle with, this is worth watching.The main weakness I saw here was that it was so short. We got no true depth into any of the patients. There was no possibility to receive to know them or their families. We should sympathize (and perhaps empathize, if you've been through this) with them, but although the cases are moving, there's no true emotional connection with the folks involved. I almost had the sense that I was intruding into some zone that I had no business being. I think if more of the backstories had been made known, that might not have been the case.Still, this is sobering and thought-provoking. As one of the folks in the film said, "everyone in this room is going to die one day." It's true. Everyone reading this review is going to die one day, and so is the person writing it. This certainly does create you cognizant of your own mortality and it leaves you hoping that you have an easier end than the patients depicted here. (7/10)
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