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Description: THE ELECTION CAMPAIGNERS tries to analyse the phenomenon of the Austrian Freedom Party (FPÖ). The party’s nice success is generally regarded as a effect of its leader’s demonic charisma. But this movie doesn’t focus on Jörg Haider. Instead it gives a face to the folks who create Haider’s election victories possible, taking a clear stance, yet refraining from commentary or judgement. It is up to the viewers to draw their own conclusions.
Description: Somm: Into the Bottle raises the curtain into the seldom seen globe that surrounds the wine we drink. How many folks understand how wine is produced? How it is grown? What goes on in the cellar? From those questions to how many hands touch a bottle, to why wine costs what it costs, to how certain wines end up on a wine list, this is a never before seen look into the globe of wine.
Description: THE GODFATHER OF BRITISH BLUES: The movie biography details contributions from John Mayall himself, his family, fellow musicians, colleagues and friends, in interviews and performances. Rare archival movie from all periods of his career marks his achievements and some of the happenings that formed them. THE TURING POINT: The earliest 'rockumentary' of John Mayall and his musicians filmed in their homes, dressing rooms, mororways, airports, clubs, concert halls and at festivals.
Description: Since 2000, a girl among girls upset the globe and its inhabitants. This is probably the most famous girl on the planet. It is the origin of the biggest global gatherings, performs miracles by thousands, calls for centuries undisputed scientific, multiplies his appearances lately, save secrets to illiterate kids cry icons and transmits apocalyptic messages who wants to hear them. His name Mary. Filiation: the three religions of the book. A Jewish girl asked by Muslims. A goddess for Hindus, the Mother of God for Christians, a final appeal to the unbelievers.
Description: In an office, a row of desks, with folks facing every other. This is where unemployed folks come to meet with their supervisors. At stake: their benefit payments. Here everyone has to abide by the same rigid procedure and bureaucracy but every has their own life, their own story. © Filmer à tout prix
Description: A look back at the history of major league baseball in Houston, starting with its humble beginnings at Colt .45 stadium, to the heavy grandeur of the Astrodome and the birth of the Astros. Play many of the nice moments in Houston's baseball history including Ken Johnson's no-hitter, which he lost, Don Wilson's spectacular performances on the mound, and Nolan Ryan's triumph in overtaking Walter Johnson's strikeout record, just to name a few. Relive the storyline of the Astros as said by the stars who experienced it: like Rusty Staub, Joe Morgan and Mike Scott. From an expansion squad in 1962 to today's National League Western Division Champions, "A Silver Odyssey" captures a quarter-century of history, humor and excitement.
Description: Ever since the Astrodome's grand opening night on April 9, 1965, when the Astros hosted the legendary Mickey Mantle and the Fresh York Yankees in an exhibition game, baseball under glass has produced exciting times and nice memories. The Astrodome revolutionized baseball and the minigame hasn't been the same since. Take a fun look back at the early years. Relive the excitement of the 1980 and '86 playoff series, then review the 1989 season as the Astros' young guns came of age, ready for the 1990s. All of these moments and more are captured in this video tribute to the Astros and their 25 years in the "Eight Wonder of the World." Written and produced by Houston sports journalist and Astros broadcaster Bruce Gietzen.
Description: A pretty portrait of Derry-Londonderry, what Gerry Anderson coined 'Stroke City'. A series of private and intimate recollections of a town and its people. A storyline that weaves its method through half a century of history during a time that saw the town rise from poverty and neglect, to hitting the headlines across the world.
Description: Setting the Record Straight is a special view of the religious and moral heritage of black Americans, with an emphasis on the untold yet significant stories from our rich political history. The material presented is ground-breaking and revolutionary, leaving viewers amazed and inspired.
Description: The Viking Invasion of Wessex 878 AD is the second DVD in this sensational fresh series, The Dark Ages, which delves into a war-torn and obscure period of Britain's past to focus on some of the pivotal happenings that fully altered the history, culture and politics of the British Isles. In the year 878 AD, Alfred Lord of Wessex faced the fourth and most serious attempt by the devious Viking chieftain Guthrum to seize the last remaining Saxon kingdom. Thwarted in their conventional attempts in 871, 876 and 878, the Vikings, stole away from their base in Gloucester and descended on Alfred's court while they were celebrating Twelfth Night on the borders of wintery Wessex at Chippenham. Alfred escaped but was driven into hiding in the Somerset Marshes, while the Vikings fanned across Wessex.
Description: Recording of the annual Christmas folklore road ritual Krampus in Austria, in which folks dressed up as hairy creatures scare the wits out of the population. The accompanying metal soundtrack by The Melvins provides a curious American perspective.
Description: In the lead-up to Christmas 1974, an units of about seventy Santa Clauses, male and female, paraded through the town of Copenhagen, singing carols, handing out sweets and hot chocolate, and asking everyone what they wanted for Christmas. After spending a several days cementing the nice photo of Santa Claus, their generosity became increasingly radical. Among another things, the Santas climbed a barbed wire fence surrounding the recently shutte red General Motors assembly plant with the purpose of giving jobs back to “their rightful owners.” The week-long performance reached its crescendo inside one of Copenhagen’s largest department shops when the Santas started handing out presents to customers directly off the shelves. The performance exposed the radical implications of the myth of Santa Claus’ boundless generosity, demonstrating that real generosity is impossible within the narrow terms of capitalist society.
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Description: On November 7 2007, eighteen year old Pekka goes to school armed in Jokela, a quiet city North of Finland’s capital, Helsinki. On that tragic day, he kills eight people. The director reconstructs Pekka’s storyline through conversations with his parents, classmates and teachers. The oppressive circumstances that brought on the young man’s tragic action are slowly revealed clearer and clearer and the spectator realizes that these cases are not special to Pekka from Jokela.
Description: 30 years after the 1985 Chicago Bears ran roughshod over the rest of the NFL en route to winning the only Super Bowl game in franchise history, they remain one of the most legendary squads in league history. From their dominating defense to their swaggering offense and their firebrand of a head coach, the Bears of that vintage squad were a force to be reckoned with, and it’s simple to see why their legacy has remained strong. Large personalities like Mike Ditka and Jim McMahon, combined with the ferocious attitudes of users like Mike Singletary and Steve McMichael made for a volatile mix that ended up carrying the Bears to a 15-1 record and to an emphatic win in Super Bowl XX.
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Description: A group of Kuchi kids are living in a minefield around Bagram airfield, Afghanistan. They dig out anti-personal mines in order to sell the explosives to kid workers mining in a Lappis Lazulli mine. The trajectory of the blue precious stones goes towards Tajikistan and China, through an zone controlled by kid soldiers. When they are not waging their own mini-wars in the everyday madness of life in Afghanistan, the kids are fleeing away in their private fantasies and dreams, while the American troops are planning their retreat...
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Louis Theroux really picked a tough nut to crack. In this installment, he talks to Zionists who are trying to expand their keep over Israeli territories. So, while the government has often been working to receive rid of fresh Israeli settlements into Palestinian land, these people are pushing for more and more because 'God has ordained that they have the land'--of course, Palestinians often feel cute much the same way.The present details a lot of interviews--mostly which are depressing because it all seems like a never-ending saga. As one person said, it's all seemingly fruitless and other named it all a ritual. In the course of all this, I really learned nothing and it wasn't very entertaining...just depressing and sad seeing people stoking the fires of hate. By the way, if you watch this show, be aware that the focus seems rather pro-Palestinian--though certainly not blindly so. I would be interested in seeing Theroux also one day do a movie showing the Palestinians more and interviewing more of them. Overall, I found the present a tiny less entertaining and informative than usual and Theroux's interviews were not as pointed as usual.
I search this a very disappointing movie by Louis Theroux. The documentary is - as might be expected from the game - focused on the Jewish perspective of the conflict in the West Bank. However, there is no clear distinction between the Jewish presence in the West Bank and an current interaction with the Ultra Zionist movements. This is disappointing and I would have expected a more distinct method of treating this subject. Even worse, if such a generalization is made, then it would be of the best improtance to give a voice to the Palestinians suffering in the West Bank. By not doing so this documentary is, though mildly pro-Palestinian, very one-sided and excludes a very necessary narrative in this conflict. Though showing tensions, the Israeli focus is very distorting and a balanced approach to the highly relevant tensions would be necessary. Sorry Louis, but this was disappointing.
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