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Description: A documentary about the actually abandoned and very influential punk club S.O.36. A punk melody club on Oranienstrasse near Heinrichplatz in the zone of Kreuzberg in Berlin, Germany.
Description: An expedition to the dirty abyss of professional sports. The award winning investigative journalist Benjamin Greatest (CNN Journalist of the Year 2011) takes a global look behind the scenes at the colorful globe of sports and exposes the bitter taste behind the multi-billion sports business.
Description: PATIENT is the word that defines us as we follow medical instructions or have to stay calm while we wait. In Colombia, a country where the harsh health system requires its players to face absurd bureaucratic obstacles to access its services, PATIENT is not only the one who has the disease, but also the one in the everyday struggle ensuring that his or her loved one receives all important needs. Nubia is a PATIENT, a mother who, despite living with the anguish of possibly losing her daughter to an aggressive cancer, firmly gets to overcome the labyrinths established by the Health System processes upon which her daughter's life depends.
Description: Vice.com We went to North Korea to test and penetrate the Korean Detail Movie Studio, the state-run movie production facility west of Pyongyang: a sprawling lot that at its height produced around 40 movies a year.
Description: Provides special access inside Simpson's civil trial and his rare deposition tapes. Fred Goldman and members of the civil trial legal team, including Daniel Petrocelli, are interviewed exclusively for the special.
Description: A young girl escapes the fight in Syria and ends up in the forest in Sweden. Listening to melody is a method for her to survive and bring her back, in dreams and memories, to her homeland.
Description: Detail documentary debut of 29 year old director Kei Tanaka. In the Japanese city of Kawasaki, elderly residents who have lived difficult lives are actually facing their own death at a public housing complex named “Danchi“. The young director explores and depicts the ageing population in Japan by focusing on the private lives of several individuals who live quietly on the outskirts of society. While some of the protagonists chose to interact and establish friendships with their fellow elderly residents, others prefer to spend the rest of their years in solitary.
Description: A dive, the midday sunlight filtering down through the water. The air in her lungs has to last until she can dislodge the abalone. Dives like these have been carried out in Japan for over 2000 years by the Ama-San.
Description: On April 1, 1945, the United States military launched its invasion of the main island of Okinawa, the begin of a war that was to last 12 weeks and claim the lives of some 240,000 people. This movie depicts the War through the eyes of Japanese and American troops who fought every another on the same battlefield, along with Okinawa civilians who were swept up in the fighting. The movie also depicts the history of discrimination and oppression forced upon Okinawa by the American and Japanese governments. Carrying up to the actual controversy over the construction of a fresh base at Henoko, the movie explores the root causes of the widespread disillusionment and anger expressed by many Okinawans. This ambitious documentary was directed by the American John Junkerman, long-term resident of Japan and Oscar-nominated documentary filmmaker. Okinawa: The Afterburn is a heartfelt plea for peace and an expression of deep respect for the unyielding spirit of the Okinawa people.
Description: History wonks and running buffs will vie for who loves this film the most. "Everest on the Track" is as much an historical study of Britain's psychological, if not almost physical, need for something - anything - to erase the woes of Globe Fight II as it is a new look at the quest for the first sub-4:00 mile, the heretofore deemed physically impossible. Before the war, Britain had bloomed greatest in its Sporting Tradition, but the amateur accolades leading to Olympic accomplishments were blown off the podiums in the 1952 Helsinki Games. Roger Bannister was the epitome of that disappearing scholar-athlete ideal. Can the lunchtime-trained runner immersed in his medical school studies inject the booster shot into Britain's flagging but still flickering morale?
Description: A day in zone means 16 trips around the Earth, 16 sunrises and sunsets, and 16 occasions to watch the World crawl by below, everytime in your sight—and everytime out of reach. A Year in Zone follows American Astronaut Scott Kelly and Russian Cosmonaut Mikhail Kornienko on their record-breaking stay aboard the International Zone Station—part of an ambitious experiment to determine if humanity's grand dreams of traveling to Mars can ever be achieved. This 11-episode series chronicles their mission, the thousands of folks who work to help live in zone and the families they left behind.
Description: Alfred A. Knopf and his wife Blanche founded the publishing house bearing his name in 1915.* He claimed that he never published an unworthy book, and the Knopf catalog contains 17 winners of the Nobel Prize for Literature and 47 Pulitzer Prize winners. Knopf (1892-1984) maintained a close private friendship with many of his authors, and in 1926 he purchased a Bell & Howell 16mm camera and began to movie them. These home films form the heart of A Publisher is Known by the Company He Keeps, along with scenes of Knopf in 1960 at his home in Purchase, Fresh York. With a warm and private narration spoken by Mr. Knopf, we see footage and hear his comments about Knopf creators including Thomas Mann, Willa Cather, H. L. Mencken, Maximum Beerbohm, Sigrid Undset, Walter de la Mare, Rebecca West, Kahlil Gibraan, Eleanor Wylie, Emma Goldman and another literary notables of Knopf’s generation.
Description: This lovely color movie from 1961 was shot over the course of a year, mostly in the region of Robert Frost’s solitary mountain cabin in Vermont. Probably the most celebrated American poet of the twentieth Century, Frost in his mid eighties is seen in three seasons walking the landscape while he is heard reading from about twenty-five of his poems inspired by what is shown. We hear all or part of “October,” “The Sound of Trees,” “Unharvested,” “Birches,” “The Street Not Taken,” “Gathering Leaves,” “Flower-Gathering,” “Good-Bye and Hold Cold,” “The Onset,” “Two Tramps in Mud Time,” “Mending Wall,” and “The Pasture,” among others. In one sequence Mr. Frost is seen in a college seminar answering questions from students. The nature photography of Fresh England is outstanding, as is the quality of this print, mastered in high definition from the original negative.
Description: This ambitious live satellite link-up of Japan, Korea and the United States details interviews with Keith Haring and architect Arata Isozaki, and performances and works by Philip Glass and the Kodo Drummers, Charlotte Moorman, Nam June Paik, and Lou Reed. In an extraordinary section, a performance in Japan of classical Western melody is accompanied by a group of Kabuki dancers.
Description: It seemed like it was almost over; the carnage the Team had created cost them their vehicles, their licenses, their freedom and nearly their lives. Actually with the smoke cleared and their probation lifted, Kenny Kelley and the Team are back where they left off, doing real-live stunts on our nations’ roadways. These true action daredevils operate on their own terms and pure adrenaline while tearing up the roads of America! The Adrenaline Team knows the outcome of their destruction and the price they will have to pay, but it’s all worth it for your entertainment.
Description: Spawned from the hit Pay-per-view unique “Introduction to Road Bicycle Insanity”, Kenny Kelley’s fearless Adrenalin Team is here on DVD with a barrage of motorcycle and vehicle stunts, pranks and another offensive and illegal mayhem that will hold them in court for years! Called by Europe as “Jackass on wheels”, watch them make havoc on streets across the USA terrorizing everything in their path. The Director’s Slash details fresh footage like AC tattooing, fresh riders, girls, fireworks, fights, wrecks, angles and fresh illegal stunts, fresh footage, skits and cop interaction for your amusement! Featuring Road Bicycle Tommy’s front flip wreck and Gia Lynn from Rock of Love and Charm School 3.
Description: A 91-year-old Polish Holocaust survivor donates his violin of 70 years to a local instrument drive, changing the life of a 12-year-old schoolgirl from the nation’s poorest congressional district, and unexpectedly, his own.
Description: As Kenny and the Team pay their debt to society, we received the green light to finish their next project. This 2 hour DVD documents details the last 2 years of AC, their troubles with the law and the don’t give a hell attitude that got them to where they are now. Follow them as they go on tour trying to create Adrenaline Team a house keep name. Travis Pastrana, Tattoo Legend Paul Booth, the B.O.S.S. Brothers and a host of another guests create appearances. This film begins as Kenny’s lawyer John Kudel is leaving the court room and explains they need to stay OUT of trouble, actually the Team makes each attempt to sabotage their freedom, their cars and their lives, here on The Street Behind.
Description: Professor Alice Roberts joins entomologist Tim Cockerill in a house filled with hundreds of spiders in a one-off documentary revealing the secret life of the spider in the home.
Description: The Democratic People's Republic of Korea is a country with a very powerful social cohesion and the unprecedented admiration of the folks for their leader, which is absolutely special and incomprehensible especially from a Western mission of view. The native Korean director Sung-Hyung Cho tries to understand this by accompanying few Koreans from various backgrounds in their everyday lives. The movie shows the country and its folks in a way, as it is rarely done in Western media, non-judgmental and respectful towards the people.
Description: Documentary movie produced by the BBC which explores how Prince - showman, artist, enigma - revolutionized the perception of black melody in the 1980s with worldwide hits such as "1999," "Kiss," "Raspberry Beret" and "Alphabet Street." He became a global sensation with the release of the Oscar-winning, semi-autobiographical film "Purple Rain" in 1984, embarking on an wonderful adventure of musical self-discovery that continues to this day.
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