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Description: As with so many early movies by Sokurov, this movie has two dates: the first is the date of its creation (the movie was then banned), the second is the date of the final edition and legal public screening. The movie consists of German and Soviet archive footage of the Globe Fight II — to be exact, from the end of the war. An attempt to create a large–scale documentary on this topics had been undertaken in the Soviet cinema of the 1960s: the movie — “Ordinary Fascism” — by the outstanding Soviet film–maker Mikhail Romm had become a classic retrospective investigation of fascism. But Sokurov uses the expressive power of the documentary photo in an absolutely various way. He does not amass materials for a large–scale picture of Nazi crimes.
Description: Commissioned by French television, this is a short documentary on the neo-classical statues found throughout Paris, predominantly on the walls of buildings, holding up windows, roofs etc.
Description: This documentary details seven ordinary folks who have committed murder. It focuses on the images, memories, nightmares and the marginal case in which these folks live. The protagonists consist of six prisoners, one jailer and one ex-prisoner.
Description: Kraftwerk's vision of a keyboard-driven globe of clicking metronomic rhythms and digitised sound bites may have been the items of avant fantasy in the 1970s (the decade that saw the band's first groundbreaking albums), but it is a reality in the fresh millennium. Their visionary style is explored in KRAFTWERK AND THE ELECTRONIC REVOLUTION, a study of the group, their career and their emergence as the most influential electronic band in the world.
Description: Jamie Johnson takes the exploration of wealth that he began in Born Rich one step further. The One Percent, refers to the small percentage of Americans who control nearly half the wealth of the U.S. Johnson's thesis is that this wealth in the hands of so several folks is a danger to our very method of life.
Description: A storyline about growing up in the Soviet Union. The movie says the storyline of a strange type of notification war, where a totalitarian regime stands face to face with the heroes of famous culture. And loses. It was a time when it was possible for erotic movie star Emmanuelle to bring down the Red Units and MacGyver to outdo an whole school administration. It is a movie about our generation, who were unknowingly brought to the front line of the Cold War. Western famous culture had an incomparable role shaping Soviet children's globe views in those days. Finnish tv was a window to a globe of dreams that the authorities should not block in any way. Though Finnish channels were banned, many households found some method to access the forbidden fruit.
Description: This documentary aims to give viewers a look inside the life of the late rap superstar Biggie Smalls. The filmmakers intersperse concert footage with recollections by many of the folks who were around the boy on a regular basis. Among the folks who appear during the course of the documentary are Snoop Dogg, Lil' Kim, and Jadakiss
Description: Without one eccentric first-generation Jewish immigrant from Transylvania, the Fresh York Town Marathon simply wouldn't exist. Ehrlich's fun, loving, and inspirational tribute to the late Fred Lebow shows how one man's imagination, determination, and love for running created one of the world's most famous sporting events.
Description: Black Coffee is a 2007 Canadian documentary movie examining the complicated history of coffee and detailing its political, social, and economic influence from the past to the show day. The movie features how coffee is the eighth most traded legal commodity in the world. It is also the fourth most valuable agricultural commodity. However, only one cent of a $2 cup of coffee goes to the grower. This inequality has helped shape the history of continents and the Cold War.
Description: The best rapper to ever pick up a mic - with his velvety flow and unparalleled rhyme style he captivated everyone from Jay Z to Tupac. Actually Notorious B.I.G. is revealed.
Description: The Tag of Cain documents the fading art form and “language” of Russian criminal tattoos, formerly a forbidden subject in Russia. The actually vanishing practice is seen as reflecting the transition of the broader Russian society. Filmed in some of Russia’s most notorious prisons, including the fabled White Swan, the interviews with prisoners, guards, and criminologists reveal the secret language of “The Zone” and “The Code of Thieves” (Vor v zakone).
Description: Documentary about Sport Club Corinthians Paulista, focusing on the most hard moment of the club, when he was demoted to the second division of Brazilian football in December 2007. The storyline is said from the testimony of fanatics - the fanatics is named Fiel - who suffered and were still helping the squad
Description: Dr. Robert Ballard of Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute and his research squad become the first undersea explorers to locate, photograph, and discover the wreckage of the ill-fated HMS Titanic, which sank on its maiden voyage 2 1/2 mile deep in the icy waters of the Atlantic in 1912, taking 1500 passengers and team with it to a watery grave. Utilizing dazzling state-of-the art equipment and cutting edge expertise they record the decaying remains of the ocean liner once thought "unsinkable."
Description: The documentary says the Corinthians passion through one of his most popular moments, when the team, who was 23 years without a title, won the Paulista Championship final of 1977 vs Ponte Preta. The Timão is and everytime will be the sole, the better. Victory or lose. Same spirit that permeated the loyal fanatics and has only grown in the 23 years that the Corinthians were without titles.
Description: Hosted by Orson Welles, this documentary utilizes a grab bag of dramatized scenes, stock footage, TV news clips and interviews to ask: Did 16th century French astrologer and physician Nostradamus now predict such happenings as the fall of Lord Louis XVI, the rise of Napoleon, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy? And are there prophecies that have yet to come true?
Description: A look at the Boston Red Sox's 2003 season, from Spring Training to their meeting with the Fresh York Yankees in the American League Championship Series, and the team's relationship with their fans.
Description: One of the many notorious 70's "unknown" documentaries, The Mysterious Creatures covers subject such as Bigfoot and the Loch Ness Monster. Pictures, sounds, and videos of these two creatures are examined by Peter Graves, the host. Psychics, hypnotism, and the history of Bigfoot in many ancient cultures is also scrutinized.
Description: Le chant du Styrène is a 1958 French documentary movie directed by Alain Resnais. The movie was an order by French industrial group Pechiney to highlight the merits of plastics.
Description: A mockumentary starring Warwick Davis, the actor who played the Ewok, Wicket W. Warrick in Star Fights Episode VI: Return of the Jedi and the Ewok spin-off films. Davis and David Tomblin, Return of the Jedi's first assistant director, created it, with Tomblin directing. Lucasfilm planned to test the film as a promotional movie for Return of the Jedi, but post-production on the movie was never completed.
Description: Men, most of them naked, talk about their penises. The boys range from 17 to 70+, all are from the U.S. of diverse races. Few are artists or performers. Some are gay, others straight; two are transsexual. One is paralyzed below the chest. The interviews are edited around themes: discovery, early sexual experiences, masturbation, size, oral sex, libido, performance, illness and maladies, maturity. A lexicographer discusses language, especially slang; a several archival educational-film clips divide the topics. Photos and stories mix with facts and philosophical reflection. The usually personal becomes public.
Description: On the momentous opportunity of the Hubble Zone Telescope's 15-year anniversary, the European Zone Agency released this commemorative documentary looking back of the history of discovery that the telescope has facilitated. Retrace the storyline of its successes and difficulties, illustrated by state-of-the-art pc animation, as well as spellbinding footage photographs taken from Hubble, much of which has been previously unseen until now. The movie presents some of the most fascinating facts about our universe that Hubble has uncovered, and explains things like wormholes, black monsters, and happening horizons. All of this is accompanied by a score that captures the grand majesty of the film's topics matter. Written by Anonymous
Description: A documentary recording the testimony of fourteen former Japanese troops as they recount atrocities and fight crimes committed during the Second Globe War, including the the infamous Unit 731 medical experimentation group. Having been trained by their country to be nothing but killers, the troops claim to have become morally numb and unable to see non-Japanese as even human. Perhaps feeling some remorse for what they have done, they actually select to say their stories for the globe to hear. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher
Description: For more than a century folks have refreshed themselves with oceans of brown fluid. Much of this fluid was produced by one Atlanta-based company, and Coca-Cola: The History of an American Icon offers a panegyric to the True Thing. The history of Coke is the history of its advertising, and this documentary draws on a rich archive of print, film, and tv material to present how John Pemberton's soda recipe became such a potent symbol of American society. Coca-Cola: The History of an American Icon is, unsurprisingly, a one-sided history. There is no recommendation that the Coca-Colonization of the planet might have a downside, and lines like "If the world's having a terrible time, it's OK because there's still Coke" are delivered without a tip of irony. Nevertheless, this documentary offers some fascinating insights into the history of Coca-Cola.
Description: Interviewing scholars, industry insiders and consumers, this probing documentary delves into the results of pornography on one's sexual identity and relationships, as well as its influence on business and American famous culture overall.
Description: A documentary revolving around the Polish case on an industrial lvl at the tail-end of the 1960s: it alternates between stark photos at a metallurgic foundry and a board-room meeting among the different executives involved in its management.
Description: This early, influential propaganda movie blends documentary and studio footage to present the valiant efforts of the Royal Air Force to defend the British folks vs the Nazis.
Description: A concert movie taken from two Rolling Stones concerts during their 1972 North American tour. In 1972, the Stones bring their Exile on Main Road tour to Texas: 15 songs, with five from the "Exile" album. Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Mick Taylor, Charlie Watts, and Bill Wyman on a tiny scene with three another musicians. Until the lights come up near the end, we see the Stones vs a black background. The camera stays mostly on Jagger, with a several shots of Taylor. Richards is on screen for his duets and for some guitar work on the final two songs. It's melody from begin to finish: difficult rock ("All Down the Line"), the blues ("Love in Vain" and "Midnight Rambler"), a tribute to Chuck Berry ("Bye Bye Johnny"), and no "Satisfaction."
Description: A documentary about the Electronic Dance movement of the '90s. It is the first such full-length movie on the topic. It was produced by Cleopatra Pictures and Entertainment Group, presided by Cleopatra Records founder Brian Perera. The movie details interviews with BT, The Crystal Method, Electric Skychurch, Genesis P-Orridge, Frankie Bones, DJ Spooky, Roni Size, and DJ Keoki.
Description: If the cityscapes and patriotic anthems of this movie seem a far cry from the bleak landscape of Seoul Train, that's no accident. Dutch filmmaker Pieter Fleury, with the full permission and cooperation of the North Korean government, created this propaganda movie that gives us a glimpse of a day in the life of one of the world's most enigmatic societies. A Day in the Life, largely dictated by the North Korean movie bureau, follows a typical North Korean family through their everyday duties, largely dedicated to the pride in the North Korean nation of comrades and the glory of General Kim Jong Il.The movie is meant to extol the success of modern North Korea. But does it? With straight footage and a total absence of narration, viewers may interpret Fleury's movie in a slightly various manner than intended
Description: A street trip across five countries to discover the social and political movements as well as the mainstream media's misperception of South America while interviewing seven of its elected presidents.
Description: Eric Rohmer directs this short documentary that narrates the presence of girls in French universities as of the time of its release -- 1966. During the film's short run, the narrator continues to mission out that during the advent of Globe Fight II, only 21,000 girls attended college and made only a 30 % of the student body, a number that by the 1964-1965 school year had passed the 120,000 mark. Instead of opting to live according to what was expected of them, actually they were joining the work force, trading in aprons for lab jackets and becoming specialists even after getting married.
Description: A quotation from Aristophanes, "The desire and pursuit of the entire is named love," precedes views of a boy and a woman's bodies, often in extreme close up. Off-screen, a voice recites fragments of oracular literature and purple prose. We see an eye, an ear, a mouth, a tongue, bits of hair, a hand, the hints of fingers, toes. Occasionally, the frame contains a larger scape of a body: a chest, a back, a breast. Usually the camera is stationery; sometimes, it moves across a body, remaining in close up. They keep hands for one moment. The bodies are without clothes; no genitalia are visible.
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absolutely wonderful depth and feature into the mostly unknown life of wolves. these two folks have got so much devotion and courage to live in a tent amongst their own package of wolves in the Idaho wilderness for six years. the couple do a tremendously nice job of gaining the wolves believe and carefully adding more hand reared puppies to the package in order to build a powerful and stable pack. Jim and Jamie Dutcher's observations about the wolves deliever you with facts that should only be found out by living with them. you gotta see this if you like animals. the end would bring a tear to a glass eye.There is also a detailed ebook of their journeys with the wolves which would be suggested to anyone who liked the programme or wants to search out more
I found the movie enthralling. For an animal so vilified in ebooks and movies it was absolutely nice to see the interaction between the Dutchers and the wolves.The reaction of the Omega female turned Alpha female when the cubs were born allowing Jamie Dutcher to inspect them in the den was truly awesome, especially as she disallowed another members of the package near them.To see wild animals gather round two humans and lick their faces, had anyone tuned in at that precise moment, they would have thought the wolves were house pets instead animals gratis to roam at will in the wild.A masterpiece of film-making, made even more remarkable by the conditions under which the movie was made. Awesome.
This documentary about studying wolves is hardly a documentary. It's more like a biography, but still a documentary.A boy and girl wish to learn more about the lives of wolves. Fortunately, they become part of the wolf family in the American West, braving some of the harshest Winters imaginable.But they have to brave these Winters. They are actually part of the wolf family. Although not pets, there is the love and tenderness one feels when a mother brings her puppies or kittens into your lap. A related situation here.The storyline is said in a fluid style, more entertaining than most action films you will see made today.This is both informative and touching. It is the greatest of both worlds.
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