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Description: Shot in different villages throughout Yugoslavia, this is a disturbing document of a time when folks were stabbing every another with knives without any true reason. Murderers, folks who witness these murders and the families of victims all talk about the senseless violence and the human condition.
Description: The friendship between the world-famous French writer André Gide and the Dutch writer and Communist Jef Last provides a picture of the political and cultural climate in Europe in the 1930s. During a adventure they made together through the Soviet Union, Jef Last was increasingly influenced by the critical attitude of André Gide and came to the realisation that there was no mission in clinging on to an ideal that demanded increasing private sacrifices.
Description: Heaven Adores You is an intimate, meditative inquiry into the life and melody of Elliott Smith. By threading the melody of Elliott Smith through the dense, yet often isolating landscapes of the three major towns he lived in -- Portland, Fresh York City, Los Angeles -- Heaven Adores You presents a visual adventure and an earnest review of the singer's prolific songwriting and the impact it continues to have on fans, friends, and fellow musicians.
Description: Each year, on the steppes of the Serengeti, the most spectacular migration of animals on our planet: Around two million wildebeest, Burchell's zebra and Thomson's gazelles start their tour of nearly 2,000 miles across the almost treeless savannah. For the first time, a documentary captures stunning footage in the midst of this demanding journey. The documentary begins at the beginning of the year, when more than two million animals gather in the shadow of the volcanoes on the southern edge of the Serengeti in order to birth their offspring. In just two weeks, the animal herd's population has increased by one third, and after only two days, the calves can already run as quick as the adults The young wildebeest in this phase of their life are the most vulnerable to attacks by lions, cheetahs, leopards or hyenas. The movie then follows the survivors of these attacks through the next three months on their wonderful journey, a trip so long that 200,000 wildebeest will not reach the end.
Description: Archival footage, photos, news clips, and interviews combine to offer a comprehensive overview of the clean-cut, buttoned-down singing youth group that attempted to change the globe in the riotous 1960s. A real cultural phenomenon, Up with Folks performed in 47 languages to a global audience that included popes and kings; they even performed at the Super Bowl half-time show. As former members offer heartfelt reflections on their time with Up with Folks and what the group really mean to them personally, the viewer is presented with a thought-provoking glimpse into the cultural underbelly of politics, cults, and money.
Description: Rate It X is a bitingly funny and disarming adventure through the landscape of American sexism. Boys only are interviewed by the two filmmakers in a witty montage of free-wheeling encounters. Pornographers, corporate executives, a funeral parlor director and Santa Claus are among those who reveal more than they intended. A surprisingly candid view of men's feelings towards girls 15 years after the birth of the women's movement.
Description: Legendary photographer and director Anton Corbijn is responsible for many of the most indelible and necessary photos of the past two and a half decades. His recently released ebook U2 & I is a photographic retrospective of his 25 year collaboration with U2. Soon this year, Anton will direct his first detail film, Control, based on the life of the late Joy Division lead singer Ian Curtis.
Description: Five ordinary girls from various backgrounds, sexual preferences and past experiences experimenting with five deliciously various self esteem boosting activities. We will follow the adventure through a pleasure party, strip tease course, pole dancing course, corset fitting, remake and a image shoot, as they every work to re-discover their sexuality.
Description: Artur London was arrested in 1951 in a Stalinist purge, imprisoned and tortured for two years and forced to confess in the Slansky Trial, one of the last Stalinist "show trials" in Eastern Europe. The documentary explores some of the reasons for the controversy aroused by Costa-Gavras' The Confession, which had been accused of being anti-communist, and it highlights the political importance of filmmaking which, by its nature, is a fiction intended for the general public.
Description: An affectionate portrait of the left-wing publisher and bookshop owner François Maspero, who was a contributor to Far From Vietnam and would soon publish the commentary to Le Fond de l’air est rouge. Maspero is one of the most satisfying and likeable of Marker’s movies from this period, achieving an exemplary balance of quirky human warmth with a clear and inventive form of political argument.
Description: Deep Hearts is a movie about the Bororo Fulani, a nomadic society located in central Niger Republic and the game is a reference to an necessary aspect of these people’s thought and demeanor.
Description: What happens when a classically-trained dancer/actor decides to pursue the lowbrow art of stripping? Waxie Moon a boylesque sensation takes the globe of neo-burlesque by storm in this hilarious and thought-provoking portrait of one artist's unlikely journey. Featuring footage of Waxie's fearless live performances, as well as interviews with a colourful assortment of international burlesque stars, theater artists and fans, the documentary explores the methods striptease is used by Waxie Moon to both entertain his audience and challenge their notions of gender, sexuality and performance art.
Description: In this unique Clarkson, Hammond and May don’t just purchase three knackered old lorries and drive miles through the pretty landscapes of Burma. Oh dear no. They now have to test their lorries to do something useful. They have to build a real, test able bridge over the River Kwai. On their method to the river they almost bring down Burma’s power supply, encounter the world’s least relaxing truck stop, race around the roads of a deserted capital, saddle up a trio of unhelpful horses and attend a fully deranged party.
Description: Described as being a movie about determination, danger and the ocean’s best depths, James Cameron's "Deepsea Challenge 3D" says the storyline of Cameron’s adventure to fulfill his boyhood dream of becoming an explorer. The film offers a special insight into Cameron's globe as he makes that dream reality – and makes history – by becoming the first person to travel solo to the deepest mission on the planet.
Description: Political commentator, creator and filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza puts forth the notion that America's history is being replaced by other ver in which plunder and exploitation are the defining characteristics. D'Souza also posits that the method the country understands the past will determine the future. Using historic re-enactments, D'Souza explores the lives and sacrifices of some of America's best heroes, including George Washington and Frederick Douglass.
Description: Astonishingly, science has uncovered the key to endless life – and a secret of unlimited youth. Deep in the DNA of a humble pond monster an Australian-born scientist co-discovered an 'immortalising' enzyme, a chemical catalyst that can hold cells young, forever. In 2009 this discovery was awarded the Nobel Prize for Medicine. But, this is no easy 'cure' for ageing. For the same enzyme that fuels unlimited youth, also fuels cancer. Immortal reveals the inner workings of this biological paradox and its remarkable impact on ageing, stress, illness and cancer.
Description: Documentary, Faith & Spirituality Documentaries, Biographical Documentaries, Faith & Spirituality, Inspirational Biographies - Before he "saw the light," Saul of Tarsus pursued murderous threats vs the disciples of Jesus. But Saul's zeal was upended when he was knocked from his horse and humbled by the hand of God. Join Stephen Ray, best-selling Catholic creator and famous Bible teacher, as he takes you on the street with St. Paul through Israel, Syria, Turkey, Greece and Italy. Part of the "Footprints of God" series of devotional DVDs.
Description: A look into what the first manned point to Mars will really look like, and the plans that NASA has of proceeding with such a point and what the astronauts will do while on the Martian surface.
Description: News of the engagement of Britain's Prince William and Catherine Middleton stirred hearts worldwide. This close-up on the future lord and his bride-to-be captures the romance of their courtship and the excitement leading up to the royal nuptials.
Description: Two newspaper reports from the same day tag the beginning of the story: a sparrow is shot dead in Leeuwarden, the Netherlands, while a German soldier is killed in an attack in Afghanistan. Scheffner sets out on a adventure into a deceptive peace.
Description: This documentary retraces the life of the popular Austrian psychiatrist, Sigmund Freud, from his birth to the publication of his landmark ebook on dream interpretation. Dr. Freud revolutionary theories spawned the psychoanalytic school of psychology.
Description: This arresting documentary covers the years of Elvis Presley's life leading up to his fame and fortune, providing an engaging look at the boy before he became a legend. Interviews with those who knew him, as well as with musicians who worked with him, recall experiences with the future Lord of Rock and Roll and reveal what it was really like to tour with Elvis in those early days of his melody career.
Description: The storyline of Naturita, Colorado, an economically devastated rural mining community that finds itself hopeful for the first time in decades. Their potential salvation: a fresh uranium mill, the first of its type built in the U.S. in 30 years. A mill that would re-connect Naturita to its proud history -- supplying the uranium used to build the first atomic bomb, which ushered in the Nuclear Age. And now, a greener energy source to support gratis America from its dependence on foreign oil. But others in the city are worried about the severe health and environmental consequences of the last uranium boom.The movie offers a range of perspectives that will spark dialogue about where our energy comes from and what sacrifices we create to meet our growing energy demands.
Description: The Fresh Tango (El Nuevo Tango) was not shown in Argentina for a long time as it deals with the ascent of Argentinean president Hector Campora in May 1973, and details Cuban and Chilean presidents, Osvaldo Dorticos and Salvador Allende. A million folks gathered on the Plaza de Mayo to acclaim the fresh President. One of Cámpora's first presidential actions was a granting of amnesty to political prisoners who where jailed during the dictatorship. On 28 May Argentina restored diplomatic relations with Cuba, which then received Argentine aid - such as meal and industrial products - to break the United States embargo vs Cuba.
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Boys face the camera and recant their prisoner of fight ordeal over thirty years ago yet their voice and mannerism do not betray any animosity nor cry for retribution. Instead there is humility and a surprising resilience and sanity you would hardly expect from boys isolated and tortured by North Vietnamese soldiers, some for as long as eight years. The remarkable film, "Return With Honor", chronicles in no uncertain terms about the strength of the American hero and the steadfastness to pride and dignity then and now, embodied in young cadets schooled at the Air Force Academy. It is a tale of young, determined airmen who leave their families behind to war a fight they hardly understood. Their missions are already known to the Viet Cong and they become simple prey to opponent fire. Those who survive are marched around unceremoniously as fight propaganda. One black airman is singled out for dishonor so as to break the morale of fellow black troops fighting in South Vietnam while other pilot, highly publicized in the cover of Time Magazine' is made to look utterly powerless. They are place in the tombs of the Hanoi Hilton' where their spirits are broken by their own torture as well as the horrific screams of the fellow pilots. Imprisoned, they learn to war back. They develop their own communication with a 5x5 alphabetic code and their leaders, Risner, Denton, and Stockdale stand steadfast in their code of honor. Upon realization that they will not go home soon, they develop a shield epitomized by tough luck' - getting test to confinement. One boy builds a house in his mind and repeatedly goes over the specifications while other memorizes all the squalor and humiliation that he will soon painfully sketch out on canvas. They memorize all 260 names of fellow pilots so that they can hold track of every other. They defiantly say the globe about their predicament, one blinks out in Morse Code the word torture' as he is publicly displayed, other has both his middle fingers extended even as he bows in submission, while other writes to his wife about the darkness at noon', his cryptic warning of his plight. Repeated attempts to escape only land them back in confinement with more torture while, ironically, they soon refuse early release because to do so would be to return without honor. Finally with the Paris Peace Accords, they are released. One boy asked for a steak and 19 fried eggs and others cannot sleep on mattresses with clean sheets because they have had only concrete and wooden boards. Yet these men, robbed of productive years of their lives, are not embittered. One learns that a survivor of Auschwitz is greeting them and states he could be greeting her. They moved ahead with their lives - one (Pete Petersen) comes back as the U.S. Ambassador to Vietnam, other (John McCain) is a U.S. Senator, other (James Stockdale) becomes a Vice-Presidential Candidate. What makes "Return With Honor" a nice movie is that no one had to act their roles to give us a remarkable portrait of courageous Americans - by their mere retelling, they speak volumes about their steadfast character.
This movie says the storyline of folks who are living in your neighborhood who were named upon to endure things that no one could have to endure and did so with dignity, humor and honor that reflects on us all. No matter what your views are about the Vietnam fight or patriotism or America this storyline will touch you and enlarge your view of humanity in some way.
I saw this movie in March 1999 at the Cleveland International Movie Festival, and was blown away. Remarkably candid, disturbing, and honest revelations from Vietnam veterans about their captivity and release, combined with remarkable archival footage of the prisoners from the war, made this movie touching and inspiring. The directors are both previous Oscar winners, and this movie shows their experience and skill in the medium. Unbelievable movie about a hard topic, said by the veterans themselves.
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