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Description: This video observes patrons waiting to access the internet at the Central Public Library in downtown Atlanta. This Central Library, designed in 1969 and finally finished in 1980, was the last built project by Bauhaus-trained architect Marcel Breuer. On the morning of November 25, 2015, the wait for a gratis pc station at the Central Library was 40 minutes. This video documents that wait.
Description: National treasure and Poirot star David Suchet starred as the formidable Lady Bracknell in Oscar Wilde’s much loved masterpiece The Importance of Being Earnest. Directed by Adrian Noble, (Amadeus, The King’s Speech, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang) Wilde’s magnificent satire on Victorian manners is one of the funniest plays in the English language. Two bachelor friends, the adorable dandy Algernon Moncrieff (Philip Cumbus – regular user at Shakespeare’s Globe) and the utterly reliable John Worthing J.P., (Downton Abbey’s Michael Benz) lead double lives to court the attentions of the exquisitely desirable Gwendolyn Fairfax (Emily Barber) and Cecily Cardew (Imogen Doel). The gallants gotta then grapple with the riotous consequences of their deceptions, and with the formidable Lady Bracknell.
Description: We live at a moment in time when the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, actually more than a century old, continues to be of overwhelming international political and societal importance. From its inception, that conflict has also, of course, had strong and deeply troubling consequences for Israelis and Palestinians themselves. The storyline at its most primary lvl is one that involves two peoples struggling for national recognition and expression in a tiny but richly significant piece of land. The tragedy of this history, as both the Israeli novelist, Amos Oz, and the Palestinian scholar, Sari Nusseibeh, have every pointed out, stems from a conflict between the rights of two peoples with equal and legitimate aspirations to nationhood and self-expression in a single tiny zone to which they can both lay claim.
Description: TIERRA CALIENTE is the storyline of an ordinary family in the state of Guerrero, Mexico. As they go about their normal lives, they are caught in the crossfire between the Narco drug cartels and the military. The screenplay is an edited transcript of conversations from the family recorded over a period of two years. Actors enjoy the members of the family to protect their identity, but we are able to hear the current recordings throughout the film, to remind the audience that these folks are real.
Description: Face Of Unity is the definitive Nelson Mandela documentary detail and first retrospective to be released since the president's death in late 2013. It contains a never before seen speech where Mandela outlines the groundwork for peace and reconciliation to future generations. The piece also contains tributes to Nelson Mandela from President Barack Obama, Sam Jackson, Jack Nicklaus, George Lucas, Ray Charles, Morgan Freeman, and two former Australian Prime Ministers, among others.
Description: After nearly 42 years one fine morning a FAX arrives at the Kolkata Metro Railways Headquarters. It tells that today Anirban will commit suicide under the last Metro. Questions regarding his identity and demands begin emerging as the news has taken centre scene in the city. This news shake the whole town from Kolkata Police Headquarters (Lalbazar) to the news channels, while Anirban rattles the administration with one FAX after the other.
Description: Chinatown Fair opened as a penny arcade on Mott Road in 1944. Over the decades, the dimly lit gathering place, known for its tic-tac-toe testing chicken, became an institution, surviving turf fights between rival gangs, changing tastes and the explosive growth of home gaming systems like Xbox and Playstation that shuttered most another arcades in the city. But as the neighborhood gentrified, this haven for a diverse, unlikely community faced its strongest challenge, inspiring its largest devotees to next-level greatness.
Description: While folks in Western Europe were used to select between hundreds of brands, the communist Romanian used to have a various experience: all our life we lived with only one brand for every primary product. Imagine the importance that this 'mono-brands' should acquire for the lives of those who made them and for the lives of those who consumed them. A love storyline between boy and object.
Description: This dramatic storyline is situated in the city of Trnava of the 18th century. Painter Peter paints an altar-piece of the Martyrdom of St. Juliet and his model is a young girl. This is much disliked by the clergy who unjustly accuse the woman of witchcraft. She is saved from being burnt at a stake by the students of the Trnava University. (IMDb)
Description: Based on diaries, records and eyewitness accounts, this is the storyline of the two Wars of the Somme from the perspective of British and German soldiers. It shows how the major lessons learned by the British Units leadership after the disastrous first attacks of July 1916 were turned into win at the second attempt in September 1916, arguably the turning mission for the First Globe War.
Description: Cohen takes an elliptical approach in saying the storyline of Pinchas Rutenberg, a visionary, complex, and larger-than-life figure, who, amongst another things, brought electricity to Jewish Palestine in the early 20th century by building a hydroelectric power station in Nahararyim.
Description: Born in Missouri at the height of mob persecution, denied fatherly guidance at age five and the love of his mother at age thirteen, Joseph F. Smith was reared by the hand of the King from orphaned man to sixth President of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Witness the faith, devotion and struggles needed to drive a squad of oxen across the plains, serve numerous missions abroad, withstand the mistreatment of an intolerant nation, and ultimately rise to be a Prophet of God.
Description: In the mid-nineteenth century, three sisters astonished the globe with their ability to talk to the dead. But what began as a intelligent prank to gain fortune and fame, later spiraled beyond anything they should have ever predicted. Based on the real storyline of The Fox Sisters.
Description: In the 1970s, the house of Plessis welcomes young pregnant minors. Even though these unborn kids are the fruit of love or rape, in this institution, a single slogan: place these women in the right way. But the day when the revolt rumbles, the mechanism fails... A storyline deliberately based on true events.
Description: Budapest, 1948. Gyula Molnár, interpreter to the Supervisory Committee of the Allied Powers, is carried away from a party by plain-cloth police investigators. Recsk, 1950. Molnár, having attempted an escape and with a wound made by a bullet in his neck - is doggedly trying to receive into the brigade of brick-layers, as escape is easiest from there.
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The documentary is shameless in its advancement of Israeli nationalism. Replete with interesting archival footage, the narrator imposes his views on virtually everything. Irgun is not viewed as a terrorist group, but acts from Arabs are. He viewed Britain as having a limiting result on Israel, when it should equally be argued that they were an enabler for the Israelis. He stated that the Israelis granted full civil rights to residents, no matter what ethnicity or religion, which is patently false, even if it may justifiably be argued that Israel grants a significant amount of rights that exceeded those granted in surrounding states. No effort is made to view the conflict from the Arab side, with only minimal notification brought to light about the Arab forces, their strategies, and the plight of the Palestinian people. It ends with a sentimental shot of a rainbow, which is a nice microcosm for this film. If you wish something that will create you throw your fist in the air and tell "GO ISRAEL!", then this is your film. If you wish something that presents the fight in a fair way, then it is not.
Those blinded by hatred and bent on the destruction of small Israel will understandably disagree with this historical acc of a tiny group of folks regaining their homeland. I would have liked to see Gilbert create an trouble of the fact that a Roman emperor changed the name of Judea to 'Provincia Syrica Palestinia' out of anger vs the Jews. Prior to AD 135, there was no Palestine except for a region in Syria. Each nice museum will exhibit Roman coins from before AD 70 with the inscription "Judea" (not Palestine) evidencing the original nationality of Jews. This documentary accurately portrays the plight of a rebellious race of people, who nonetheless rightfully reclaimed their land in 1948, firstly established over 3000 years ago and long before different nomadic tribes began following the self-proclaimed prophet and famed terrorist Mohammed (c. AD 600), soon disregarding history and conveniently assuming themselves to be Palestinian. Anyone interested in unadulterated history and actually mostly ignored facts concerning the importance of Israel's survival will search this documentary enlightening.
Each another documentary I've seen that refers to the bight of the Mediterranean social history, does so benignly painting a picture of different religions and ethnicity, including Jewish people, living in a type of pastoral harmony.Ah, but then why does this documentary present fortified British police stations and British military forts dotting the Palestinian / Israeli landscape? Why is that?To ask why Israel was formed seems like a logical question. But the only respond you'll receive here from the participants is "we wanted to". Well, okay, but why? What necessitated the creation of a Jewish state, another than perhaps that obvious calamity of Germany during the second globe war. To ask that is to ask the origins of antisemitism and anti-Jewish sentiment as a whole. It is the most necessary question, but you never receive an respond for that in this documentary.What you receive is a historical acc of the military conflict that led to the creation of Israel, framed as a type of Jewish revolution for a Jewish homeland. We do hear of the UN's plan backed by the UK, US and I think France and a several another nations, to make a zone where Jewish folks should live gratis of persecution. But there's not much beyond that, and the "free of persecution" I think is an elusive target that ultimately only those Jewish folks who have a vested interest in Israel can respond for themselves.It's almost like any another documentary about any another military conflict, but with emotionally driven moments perhaps created to garner sympathy from the viewer. My response is the same as General Ulysses S. Grant; "War is hell." And if you engage in the exercise, then be prepared for all that it is, and don't be surprised if folks don't search your enterprise all that sympathetic, especially if they have problems with you to start with.And this two part mini-series documentary really misses that ultra necessary point. Each documentary or history ebook I've read about the American Revolution or the American Civil Fight has laid out the causes of what drove folks to take up arms vs their fellow man.But we receive none of that here. And I think that's ultra necessary on each level, because if all you're doing is selling the emotional struggle of the military struggle, then perhaps your basis for the struggle isn't all that powerful to start with. A nice documentary would have addressed the pros and cons of creating Israel; who, how and what it would benefit, and who would it cost. But there's none of that here, and to this day we receive more and more news' reports of repeated violence on the fringes of that nation.One wonders how Northern Ireland settled their disagreements. One wonders how the different Native American tribes in my nation settled their differences, or came to terms with "white" government in America. One wonders how the native folks in Japan's northern islands haven't taken up arms vs Japanese society, and are in fact actually "dying off" because of becoming Japanese. How is it that these folks came to terms, and yet Israel has not. And, further, why is it that Jewish folks do seem to be targeted to the mission of needing a UN mandate to make a secure haven for them from a country that was already occupied by other population.It does create one a bit baffled. But perhaps that's other documentary for other time. In the meantime I would only suggest this documentary as a historical acc of the military conflict that led to creating Israel, and not a source for why Israel was created in the first place.
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