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Description: Tracing the past of her deceased grandfather who worked as a young doctor in the Red Cross hospital of HirSwiss-Japanese filmmaker Aya Domenig, the granddaughter of a doctor on duty during the 1945 atomic bombing of Hiroshima, approaches the experience of her deceased grandfather by tracing the lives of a doctor and of former nurses who once shared the same experience. While gathering the memories and show views of these last survivors, the nuclear disaster in Fukushima strikes and history seems to repeat itself.oshima after the atomic bomb was dropped over the city, the filmmaker encounters doctors and nurses who went through related experiences to his at the time. Right up until his death in 1991, her grandfather was never able to speak about his experiences, but the formidable stories and openness of her protagonists bring her closer to his past.
Description: Adventurer, pilgrim, penitent but above all outstanding writer, Fernão Mendes Pinto left us an unparalleled romance, the living and human palpitation of one of the best historical journeys of man.
Description: Almost each major culture contains an ancient flood story. What if evidence of the Nice Flood should be found? Join Dr. Robert Ballard, discoverer of the Titanic, on an odyssey to search the submerged truth about the Nice Flood. Dr. Ballard sets off to look for ancient shipwrecks, and find for evidence helping a controversial theory that urls the legend of the Nice Flood with the catastrophic flooding of the Black Sea around 5500 B.C. As his sonar scans the desolate sea floor, and robotic submersibles find the haunting darkness of the Black Sea's "dead zone," the truth starts to emerge from the murky depths of myth and legend.
Description: It describes the emperor's ceremonial life, the stultifying globe of his concubines, eunuchs and palace maids, and the devastating impact of the West in the late 19th century. A fresh chapter deals with the treasures and paintings collected under imperial patronage their dramatic dispersal, painstaking recovery and restoration and ends in the triumphant establishment of the Palace Museum.Introduction by pre-eminent China scholar Jonathan Spence; explains the rich history of the home of the Chinese emperor; draws on previously inaccessible notification in Beijing; explores the lifestyles behind the Forbidden City's walls; extensive quotes from early days, including views from palace maids and eunuchs; detailed map of the Forbidden City's layout.
Description: In Germany the Kriegsmarine played no role for many centuries. It was not until Kaiser Wilhelm II built a fleet of his own to protect the German colonies and defend vs a British naval blockade. Being hopelessly under the British navy, the Imperial Admiralty preferred the test of submarines to achieve the best possible military result with relatively tiny means. In the Second Globe War, too, the German submarines played a central role in the naval fight until the Allied oversight and fresh detection systems hunted the hunters. Of the 40,000 U-boat boys of the German fight marines, 30,000 did not return home. The movie says the exciting storyline of the German U-boat arm from the early beginnings to the surrender in May 1945. In addition to the 66-minute detail film, the DVD details 117 mins interviews with necessary German U-boat commanders: Erich Topp, Otto Kretschmer , Rolf Thomsen, Gerd Kelbling and Reinhard Hardegen.
Description: "The Camouflage Closet" is a documentary project with that explores how LGBT veterans have been affected by PTSD, trauma, and recovery. The video footage was created and inspired by veterans themselves, who were provided with the softwares and training to develop their own video narratives in collaboration with squad members from the art, medical, and social work communities.
Description: In 150 years, twice marked by total destruction - a poor earthquake in 1923, and incendiary bombings in 1945 - followed by a spectacular rebirth, Tokyo, the feudal city, has become the biggest and most futuristic capital in the globe in a transformation process fueled by the exceptional resilience of its inhabitants, and nourished by a special phenomenon of cultural hybridization. Its epic storyline is brought back to life using exceptional colorized and restored footage.
Description: This short was released in connection with the 20th anniversary of Warner Brothers' first exhibition of the Vitaphone sound-on-film process on 6 August 1926. The movie highlights Thomas A. Edison and Alexander Graham Bell's efforts that contributed to sound films and acknowledges the work of Lee De Forest. Brief excerpts from the August 1926 exhibition follow. Clips are then shown from a number of Warner Brothers features, four from the 1920s, the remainder from 1946/47.
Description: EXHIBITION ON SCREEN launch its fifth season with Canaletto & the Art of Venice, an immersive adventure into the life and art of Venice’s popular view-painter. No artist better captures the essence and allure of Venice than Giovanni Antonio Canal, better known as Canaletto. The remarkable group of over 200 paintings, drawings and prints on display offer unparalleled insight into the artistry of Canaletto and his contemporaries, and the town he became a master at capturing. The movie also offers the possibility to step inside two official royal residences - Buckingham Palace and Windsor Castle – to learn more about the artist, and Joseph Smith, the boy who introduced Canaletto to Britain.
Description: Documentary which says the fascinating and poignant storyline of the closure of Britain's mental asylums. In the post-war period, 150,000 folks were hidden away in 120 of these vast Victorian institutions all across the country. Today, most mental patients, or service players as they are actually called, live out in the community and the asylums have all but disappeared. Through strong testimonies from patients, nurses and doctors, the movie explores this seismic revolution and what it says us about society's changing attitudes to mental disease over the last sixty years.
Description: Meet Nikola Tesla, the genius engineer and tireless inventor whose technology revolutionized the electrical age of the 20th century. Although eclipsed in fame by Edison and Marconi, it was Tesla's vision that paved the method for today's wireless world. His fertile but undisciplined imagination was the source of his genius but also his downfall, as the photo of Tesla as a angry scientist came to overshadow his reputation as a brilliant innovator.
Description: In the late 19th century, as America's teeming towns grew increasingly congested, the time had come to replace the nostalgic horse-drawn trolleys with a faster, cleaner, safer, and more efficient form of transportation. Based in part on Doug Most's acclaimed non-fiction ebook of the same name, The Race Underground says the dramatic storyline of an invention that changed the lives of millions.
Description: Kara Murat is a dark-haired, brave and powerful young raider. He is a fighter who should run into the Byzantine units just by himself and change the course of the war fought in Serbia between Ottoman and Byzantine empires. He patrols the Ottoman borders along with the raiders and catches the attention of The Byzantine. During the battle, Kara Murat proves to be such a brave and fearless man. He would then do his greatest to defend his land, his people, Ottoman Empire and his family. Orhan Celebi, younger brother of Sultan Murat only aims for the throne. However, Sultan Murat leaves the throne to his son and a fresh era starts with Sultan Mehmet: A young, brave and believing man. The ones who think Sultan Mehmet is low take advantage of this and they come up with evil plans.
Description: Nameless Stars recounts the history of Korean students' struggles vs Japanese occupation by focusing on the Gwangju Student Independence Movement of 1929. The son of a freedom fighter, Sang-hun (Hwang Hae-nam) is a member of an anti-Japanese resistance group named "Seongjinhoe," composed of students who share a dedication to the cause of liberation. Their spiritual tutorial is a teacher called Song Un-in. One day, Yeong-ae (Cho Mi-ryeong), whose brother is a detective in the Japanese police force charged with monitoring independence movements, joins their group. Followinga series of sporadic incidents, the students gather one night to resolve on an uprising, but are discovered by the police. Young-ae is wrongfully accused of betraying their plans, but she risks her life in order to let the group members to escape. The morning after, the students of Gwangju rise up vs the Japanese government.
Description: In 1642, amidst the flames of English civil war, Isaac Newton was born. He was the one who would unite Heavens and Earth. A natural philosopher, mathematician, theologian and alchemist, with inexhaustible patience and persistence, Newton was seeking throughout his whole life how God's Design was imprinted in nature. Forged in a difficult childhood, defiant and unbowed, confrontational and loner, an unlimited source of inspiration and creativity, Newton sealed with his work the whole 18th century. The political and social conflicts of the time, Royal Society's establishment, constant changes in political power and the complexities of Newton's personality offer a finished picture of the conditions that led to the emersion of his work.
Description: Historical short showing how Eli Whitney (best known for the invention of the cotton gin) played a significant role in the introduction of mass productions techniques to the USA in the late 18th century.
Description: This one hour documentary examines the life of the famed Sharp Shooter and Wild West performer, Annie Oakley from her birth in mid nineteenth century rural Pennsylvania to her death in 1926. Many myths are overturned and the tool also details a tiny known trial when Annie Oakley had to sue The Hearst Newspaper chain all throughout the country for libel when they reported the activities of someone who was impersonating the famed sharpshooter and besmirching her reputation.
Description: The early struggles of the working class are placed under a microscope in Plutocracy III: Class War, the recent chapter in an exceptionally well produced series which explores the origins of America's growing economic divide.
Description: A movie that looks at the genius of JMW Turner in a fresh light. There is more to Turner than his sublime landscapes - he also painted machines, science, technology and industry. Turner's life spans the Industrial Revolution, he witnessed it as it unfolded and he painted it. In the process he created a entire fresh type of art. The programme examines nine key Turner paintings and shows how we could re-think them in the light of the scientific and Industrial Revolution. Contains interviews with historian Simon Schama and artist Tracey Emin.
Description: Fidel Castro, the former President of Cuba and one of the most controversial figures of the 20th century, passed away in November. He famously claimed that "history will absolve me", but will it? This unique movie considers Castro and his legacy.
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This is an wonderful movie, and for many reasons. No one in Hollywood should create such a low-key, authentic, and INTELLIGENT historic drama, especially considering topics matter. The first 20 mins is a concise and brilliant history of the Jews. And then the life: It is the life of Jesus without the miracles. Like the priest in Launch Town (by Rossellini), R understands that the struggle is to live a nice life. Most Biblical films are a total insult. This is extraordinary. The actors are believable. It feels raw -- but controlled raw, if that makes sense. Again: authentic. Believable.
Released few years after his death, Roberto Rossellini's "The Messiah" is arguably one of the two most interesting movies made about Jesus Christ, the another being Pier Paolo Pasolini's "The Gospel According to St. Matthew" , which paints Christ as a proto-Marxist and radical, social activist.Oddly, though Rossellini made many perfect "spiritual films" - see "The Flowers of St Francis" - the tone of "The Messiah" is closer to his 1971 movie "Socrates" and his 1972 movie "Blaise Pascal", Rossellini (an atheist) painting Christ as a quiet boy of logic and reason.And so Rossillini's movie is less about "the messiah" than it is about folks whose needs for "a messiah" are so powerful that they project godhood upon a Jesus Christ that is held at a distance and treated almost as a cipher. As such, Rossillini portrays Christ as a mild, almost timid rabbi, the most ordinary, quiet and uninspiring teacher imaginable. His Jesus, like Bresson's Joan of Arc, despite being immensely curious, also seems to wish to disappear into obscurity.Of course, upon this blank slate Rossillini then shows a slew of followers blindly projecting their burdens, wants and needs. Rossellini's Christ is a resonant tabula rasa, and it is ultimately others who turn him into the son of God.In this regard, the followers of Jesus are turned into a subtle parody of irrationality, whilst those naysayers whom movies typically present lambasting Christ as a conman and charlatan, are shown to be simply reacting vs illogical, scripture twisting "Christians" who are, at worst, a civilly disruptive phenomenon, at best, a harmless bunch of simpletons.Christ is such a cipher in this movie that, even on the cross, Rossillini chooses to leave out those iconic bits of Biblical dialogue which we're all familiar with ("Forgive them, Father, for they know not what they do!", "My Father, why hast Thou forsaken me?" etc). Instead, Christ just hangs there, a provocative question mark.Which is not to tell that the movie mocks Christians. No, Rossellini is up to something else. His movie downplays the Fresh Testament's miracles and more supernatural elements, and portrays Christs followers, both as a race and social class, as being abandoned, adrift, perpetually persecuted, direction-less and without a unifying leader. So hungry are they for direction and justice, that they almost conjure Christ himself out of the desert sands. He, they decide, will stand for them. In this regard the movie draws parallels with Rossellini's Socrates, who is abused by an Athenian "democracy" which persecutes intellectuals, humanists and educators (intellectuals are similarly summoned and slain in "The Messiah"). The animosity directed towards Christ and Socrates then becomes a metaphor for the growing animosity toward social justice and critical thinking in both totalitarian and democratic societies, both of which are preoccupied with power, profit and so scared of autonomy, knowledge and education. This, of course, echoes Rossellini's own life under Mussolini and post-fascism.So again we have Christ the liberator, not sent, but hungered for by a folks who want to be liberated from the despotic rule of a wealthy minority. Christ's murder then becomes the execution of a people's very dream for liberation. The film's last shot focuses on a sad, strangely empty sky. Christianity as an existential, even social project, dies here, and henceforth becomes a religious cult. Pessimistically, social justice is seen to be attainable in the zone of values/beliefs/hopes etc, but not in the realm of true life. 8/10 - Worth one viewing.
Dubbed "the most Catholic of all movie directors" by one critic, I guess it was only a matter of time before Roberto Rossellini tackled the life of Christ on celluloid. Ironically, this he did in what proved to be his last detail movie which was, in itself, a follow-up to his TV mini-series ACTS OF THE APOSTLES (1969). That earlier work was interesting for treating little-known passages from the Fresh Testament but, with an unhurried pace and a generally unassuming tone, the end effect was decidedly meandering. Conversely, THE MESSIAH presents all-too-familiar happenings with the overall result feeling lengthy still, yet distinctly more cinematic. That said, it begins off with the comeback of the Jews in the Promised Land and the appointment of their first lord (Saul) before moving on to the life of Christ; actually, this is also one of the several movies to present the popular incident in which Jesus is lost in the temple as a boy. Unsurprisingly, it doesn't stray much from the spirit or word of the Gospels: even so, in the throes of an agonizing death, Herod The Nice (played by Vittorio Caprioli though his trademark flustered demeanor is downplayed by having his voice dubbed) is seen planning the annihilation of his own topics akin to the practice of ancient Egyptian rulers! Incidentally, the rich and commanding voice of Christ himself is supplied by Enrico Maria Salerno a magnificent actor in his own right who had now already handled the very same task in THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO ST. MATTHEW (1964) which is effectively contrasted with the inconspicuous appearance of the young boy who appears in the role (perhaps greatest approximating the Lothaire Bluteau of Jesus OF MONTREAL ). This Messiah, then, is far removed from the striking good-looks of Jeffrey Hunter (KING OF KINGS ) and Robert Powell (the Jesus OF NAZARETH  TV mini-series) or the brooding power of Maximum von Sydow (THE GREATEST STORY EVER TOLD ) and Willem Dafoe (THE LAST TEMPTATION OF Christ )! Naturally, the bulk of the narrative is devoted to Christ's public life though no overdue emphasis is placed on the miracles he performed (these are mentioned but rarely seen) which also provides the movie with its essential core since the latter section, revolving around the more commonly-depicted happenings of Jesus' trial (where Jean Martin, the French Colonel in THE BATTLE OF ALGIERS , nonetheless makes for a fine Pontius Pilate), crucifixion and eventual resurrection are curiously skimped here! The subplot involving John The Baptist, however, is quite nicely handled; by the way, the only another recognizable face in the cast is that of Tina Aumont (even if her contribution amounts to no more than a several mins of screen-time!) as the adulteress Christ famously pardons by denouncing her pursuers instead. The score is, once again, by Mario Nascimbene though it's not as prominent as his work on ACTS OF THE APOSTLES. On the visual side, the movie seems closest to the contemporaneous Jesus OF NAZARETH yet the lyrical style and quiet dignity on display makes of THE MESSIAH a more than worthy companion piece to Pier Paolo Pasolini's aforementioned (and more renowned) THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO ST. MATTHEW. With this in mind, while perhaps not the definitive movie on the subject, it certainly emerges as an underrated achievement both among the myriad treatments (including those by such nice directors as D. W. Griffith, Carl Theodor Dreyer, Cecil B. DeMille and Abel Gance) of Christ's life over the years and in Rossellini's own highly respected canon.
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