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Description: This Traveltalk entry begins in Miami, which at the time of filming was still a tiny holiday community. We then go to Hialeah to watch the thoroughbred horses race. After short stops at The Everglades and Cypress Gardens, we are taken to Silver Springs, called after its pristine waters. Mr. Ross Allen, director of the Silver Springs Reptile Institute, is shown catching alligators and milking a poisonous snake of its venom. The venom is sent to pharmaceutical companies to manufacture snakebite serum.
Description: The first half of this Traveltalks visit to the southwestern region of the United Kingdom is spent in the Cotswold Hills area. We see many examples of the stone architecture for which this region is justly famous. There is even a miniature village built to look like one might have looked centuries ago. We take a ride on the Wye River and see the many types of boats used. After a visit to Tintern Abbey in Wales, its off to Laycock Abbey in Wiltshire, England. It is here that William Henry Fox Talbot invented photography in the 1830's.
Description: Glimpses of Nova Scotia, from Halifax to Digby. The off-screen narration cites history, tradition, the contributions of Scottish and French immigrants, the strategic importance of Nova Scotia's coast, every village's churches, the stained glass windows at St. John's in Lunenburg, the Acadians' annual apple crop, Port Royal (now Annapolis Royal), a history of fights between France and England, and the tides of the Bay of Fundy.
Description: This travelogue is about Ontario, the second biggest province of Canada. Despite only a tiny fraction of its land being used for that purpose, it includes the most necessary agricultural land in Canada. Toronto is the province's biggest city, sitting on the shores of Lake Ontario. After the Fight of 1812, the Rideau Canal was built connecting the Ottawa River to Lake Ontario. The canal figures prominently in the geography and history of the Town of Ottawa, the capital of Canada. Many of the government buildings there, including the Parliament Building, are among the most necessary gothic structures in the world.
Description: We start in the Wenatchee River valley, where apples are the chief commercial crop. In Spokane, we see the Sunken Gardens (later named the John W. Duncan Gardens) in Manito Park. In Olympia, the campus of the state capitol is surrounded by flowers. At Long Beach is the beginning of a sand roadbed that stretches for 27 miles. After a glimpse of canoeing on the Quinault River, we receive a view of the San Juan Islands. Finally, we receive to see some sights on the Columbia River, including the Rock Island Dam and the not-yet-finished Grand Coulee Dam, biggest concrete structure in the United States.
Description: This entry takes us to Vienna, the biggest town in Austria. Once there we visit the huge Schönbrunn Palace, which has a total of 1441 rooms and over 300 kitchens. From here we go to the Charles Church, which was created due to a major plague that hit the city and then we see the historic Opera House.
Description: This James A. FitzPatrick Traveltalks short visits the West German towns of Hamburg, Bremen, Munich, and Heidelberg. Included are scenes of Globe Fight II destruction that lingered at the time.
Description: This travelogue of Holland in springtime, goes to the below sea-level fishing-village of Volendam, then the capital town of Amsterdam, the center of the global diamond trade. Then we turn our sights on the cultivation of flowering spring bulbs; no another country is as renowned for bulb cultivation as Holland. These bulbs are most specifically tulips and hyacinths and when in bloom, they deliever a superb flush of color to the farming landscape.
Description: This MGM short, part of James A. Fitzpatrick's Traveltalk series, takes the viewer to the capital of British India, Delhi. Visits to mosques and temples are followed by a tour of the shopping district, Chandni Chowk. The roads are filled bullock carts and only a several cars. Much is made of the peaceful co-existence between Hindu and Muslim. This is followed by a visit to the Viceroy's palace in adjoining Fresh Delhi with a taste of the pomp and majesty of Imperial India.
Description: This Traveltalk looks at California starts with the diverse types of flowers found in the state. After a look at some famous Hollywood landmarks, there is a long section devoted to Glendale's Forest Lawn Memorial Park, a popular cemetery.
Description: This Traveltalk visit to Ireland begins with a look at the countryside, with its farms, tiny villages, and fields with walls and fences built of stone without the test of mortar. We then visit Hope Castle in Castleblayney and end our adventure in Galway.
Description: This Technicolor portrait of Jakarta was filmed in 1939 when it was named Batavia and formed part of the "Dutch East Indies" colonial empire. The movie portrays the everyday life of citizens and the relaxed atmosphere that prevailed at the time. We will see Batavia's Amsterdam Gate, built by the Dutch around 1664, along with the powerful influence of Dutch architecture upon another buildings, roads and waterways.
Description: In this travelogue, we view the Inside Passage to Alaska, the longest protected waterway in the world. Traveling north, we enter the tiny city of Seward, gateway to the interior. One of the burgeoning industries is the raising of silver fox and mink. There are many street houses scattered throughout Alaska, but one of the most popular is twenty-three miles outside of Seward on Lake Kenai belonging to Nellie Lawing, better known as Alaska Nellie, who has a long and storied history in Alaska.
Description: As a Jew growing up in Baltimore, he learned to fear the German people. Through recurring travels to Berlin, he actually initiated his own reconciliation project. This animated film, posing the large questions about nice and evil, provides disconcerting answers.
Description: This Traveltalks visit to Holland spotlights The Hague and two smaller tourist destinations. We learn that the economy of Holland, which for many centuries has been based on fishing and the growing of tulips, is slowly changing to an agricultural base.
Description: The sculptor Sergio Camargo died 20 years ago. If the bones left in the grave are in fact his remains, would his sculptures be living remains? What's ephemeral and what's lasting? Is there a possible eternity? We see the film through the eyes of the daughter confronting both the artist and the man.
Description: In 1992, skydiver Dan Brodsky-Chenfeld boarded a plane for a training jump. Six weeks later, he awoke from a coma to explore that a poor accident had shattered his dream of becoming a Globe Champion. This is his story.
Description: This Traveltalks short visits towns and cities along the Thames River. It starts in London, with views of Cleopatra's Needle and the Turret Bridge. We then visit the Trout Inn at Oxford, a favourite gathering zone for students at the university. After a short look at Eton, it's off to Henley-on-Thames and the world-famous regatta.
Description: The movie accompanies musicians who have devoted themselves to new, uncharted sounds with a nice deal of passion. They build fresh instruments and work with quotidian noises. In the process, the ostensible noise often becomes sound. An adventurous adventure of discovery into the realm of noises and sounds, rhythms and stillness. Together with folks who listen closely and without reservation. A movie that aims to engage viewers to listen with their eyes and see with their ears. Astonishingly sublime.
Description: This Traveltalk entry starts in Chicago, where the narrator and his team board a cruise ship. After a 20-hour trip up Lake Michigan, they arrive at Mackinac Island, near the southeast hint of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. On the island, we see many of the attractions for which it is famous. These contain Arch Rock, Old Fort Mackinack, and a hotel owned by Chauncey Depew. No automobiles are allowed on the island. Transportation is limited to bikes and horse-drawn carriages.
Description: In this Traveltalk short, the tireless James A. FitzPatrick follows the route laid out by the popular chain of 21 Spanish missions, begun in 1769 and extending northward for over 500 miles, from San Diego to Sonoma, California. He stops over briefly at San Luis Rey, San Juan Capistrano (to watch the Swallows) and San Juan Bautista before heading eastward to take a look at London.
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I cannot support the urge not to write something that I should tell I truly know and familiar with. I was born in the exact town where this youth organization stronghold (Pemuda Pancasila) is based actually and where all the killing had taken zone in the past. I am no stranger to all the crimes they did back then or do now.Back to where it all started on the 30th of September 1965, which marked the rebellion by the Communist Party. Seven of the highly ranked military generals were kidnapped, tortured and murdered then piled in an old well by what the history told to be the communist starting coup d état. (No evidences of torturing as accused, only military style execution resulted from the autopsies of the remains and also no evidence it was done by the communist party member till now).The name Pemuda Pancasila (Youth of Pancasila) was then known since youth started to march on the road yelling Pancasila (our nation's philosophy) resisting and seeking for revenge by annihilating communism to its root. Both government and military gave full help resulted in uncontrolled anarchy mob led to boy slaughter and in show day, an organized crime.My Mother was 13 and witnessed their brutalities would say me the horror with fears still should be seen in her eyes. Her brothers would run and hide for their lives in a rice field when Pemuda Pancasila arrived with machetes in military trucks yelling "Pancasila" as their slogan to search and execute anyone who was involved in communist. But all the communist excuses were biased and used only to do what they wanted and to slay whoever they think was communist mostly with no evidence at all.She witnessed her neighbour accused as one of the member of "Gerwani", girl communist organization, being raped, then dragged to the road and beaten to death as an example for others who resist. They looted, ate, drank, and destroyed what they should not take in my mom's store. One word or eye contact showing disrespect would search her ended up beaten to death. Dead bodies and body parts scattered everywhere on the road was a normal view. Not one day went by without anyone getting killed at night. Many were victims of the unproven accusation, terrible farmers who received fertilizer or farming softwares from the communist party would be considered communist while they did not even know anything about what communism is.I felt really sick watching this film yet at the same time I was very thankful finally the entire truth about how this crime organization started and is hiding behind a youth organization actually be told. It disgusted me how they should live with such wonderful crimes and said the storyline so proudly with no regrets and believed in their lies and excuses they made up only to justify their brutality in the past (except Anwar Congo). Some even considered themselves as heroes. Yet I pitied them for being very uneducated and shallow. Imitating what they saw in the western cowboy and Mafia's films thinking they should be meaner and more brutal like it was just some stage in a movie. Are they qualified as human beings?Ps. If you are interested in finding more about their brutalities and violence, you can search videos in youtube recently, they are involved in a riot with another organization and Police.
It seems almost trivial to "rate" a film that is this necessary but like some of the tothers i have given it a 10 because folks need to see it.I have never been as fully chilled by a movie in my life, and I have seen plenty of brutal documentaries. The atrocities committed by the Indonesian death squads, and so vividly re-enacted, are not simple to watch and I expect that many folks would rather just turn away and ignore them, but you owe it to yourselves to sit through them.I have just complete reading Steven Pinker's perfect ebook The Better Angels of Our Nature in which he argues that humanity is far less violent actually than we have ever been. That may be so, but if you are looking for a compelling counter-argument you can begin with this film. I can assure that that you will never forget it.
Act of Killing (Jagal) is awesome: a documentary movie showing true algojos (assassins) who killed many PKI (communist party members/supporters), in their own words. It's special storyline saying has successfully made necessary people, including actual parliament members, admitting brutality, killing and on-going premanism (thuggery) that's clearly supported by the government, also in their own words, to the camera. Director Joshua Oppenheimer approached the ex-algojo, Anwar Congo and his buddies, to enjoy in a silly movie, even in woman's dress, without knowing that the true film is now the daily conversation where he was proudly saying n showing what he has done in 65. The government assigned military and preman to help the coup-de-tat, raping and killing many innocents in the name of anti-PKI. The movie's honest, satire and unprovocative documentation has ironically made us laugh and cry at the same time. Reality does bite: folks do what they think is right, and create it right for them, no matter how wrong it is. Why? Because history is written by the winners. All Indonesian production squad remain anonymous and the film is not publicly distributed in Indonesia.
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