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About: If you ever wanted to receive to know Megadeth, this is the greatest method to do it. This home video says the storyline of the recording of Youthanasia, and includes footage from the studio, interviews with the band and an inside look at the recording of an album. Evolver's storyline is said by Professor Dave. It finishes with the video for "Train of Consequences".
About: An investigation into the fascinating discovery of the first State Bed of Henry VII & Elizabeth of York. This fascinating bed is one of the most significant examples of Tudor furniture in existence today, and its iconography sheds fresh light on our understating of the Tudor Monarchy. The movie represents the culmination of many years of in depth research. A squad of experts, including the beds ...
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About: Europe, the rule of law and host countries? Look elsewhere denounces what is event in many European towns by taking the example of Calais. From the expulsion from the "jungle" in October 2016 to the case there a year later, Arthur shared moments of life with boys and girls of Sudanese, Afghan, Ethiopian, Eritrean and local descent of Calais. By highlighting the gap between the field and the offici...
About: When the lights of the town go out, from the outskirts of Buenos Aries, a train arrives in which men, girls and kids who are excluded from the system travel, who earn their living by collecting what others throw away. The cardboard workers, as they are called, gotta war day by day vs indifference and loneliness. The documentary is introduced in the internal conflict that occurs in them who, despit...
About: Fists of Freedom examines one of the 20th century’s most memorable moments — the dramatic “Black Power” demonstration of American sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos on the win stand at the 1968 Summer minigames in Mexico City. Using rare footage, archival images and interviews with key figures from the era, revisit a pivotal happening in American history.
About: "Voices in the Clouds" is an intimate exploration of one man's quest to understand his heritage. At the heart of the movie lies the celebration of family and cultural preservation. Through his journey, the movie hopes to encourage viewers to carve their own path toward self-discovery.World Journal - "An ordinary Taiwanese American's root-searching journey..an extraordinary message to the world."
About: The film, directed by Walter McConnelly and released May 25, 1984, details large wave surfers Tag Richards, Michael Ho, Tommy Carroll, Sam George, Rabbit Bartholomew, Peter Townend, Cheyne Horan, Willie Morris, Martin Potter, and others riding large waves on the North Shore of Oahu and Maui.
About: MY FRIEND FELA is unlike any previous narrative about the Nigerian musical genius Fela Kuti. Most often portrayed as an eccentric African pop idol of the ghetto, Fela is rarely presented as the powerful political leader he was. Through the eyes his close mate and official biographer, the African-Cuban intellectual Carlos Moore, this documentary is devoted to unravel the complexity of Fela’s life. ...
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This is a nice documentary covering a mayoral election in suburban Sydney where the incumbant mayor, Larry Hand, is seeking re-election in an internal council election. Larry needs 7 of the 12 Councillors' votes and we watch him attempt each ruse accessible to gain the help of his fellow councillors. We receive a fly on the wall view of political manouvering and backroom machinations as Larry cajoles, flatters and threatens his fellow councillors into voting for him. While there are some instances where folks refused to be filmed negotiating with Larry, generally we are show at Larry's side throughout his campaign.Although we receive to see first hand the duplicitous nature of Larry, we still sympathise with him and hope he defeats the evil Labor Party candidate (filmed in a very negative light) and retain his mayoral robes for other term. Rats in the Ranks details twists and turns befitting a thriller and is a nice example of realpolitik.Highly recommendable.
Anderson and Connolly filmed everything they should receive their lenses on in the weeks leading up to a crucial Leichardt Council meeting. No doubt they were hoping for the occasional unguarded word to be caught on movie - or perhaps a minor scandal might flit in front of the camera for a minute or two.The result? Not only did they receive all the juicy items they had hoped for, and more; they got a storyline so excellent and brilliantly proportioned that it should have been scripted - indeed, the `script' that resulted from Anderson and Connolly taking true happenings and snipping out the irrelevant bits is far more satisfying, intelligent and just plain entertaining than all but a handful of the scripts on which Hollywood is willing to squander millions of dollars. Anderson and Connolly's nice fortune surpasses belief. I'm not telling they don't deserve this nice fortune. But by gum, it IS nice fortune. It's as if they'd planted a camera on the shores of Loch Ness just as the creature takes its first breath since 1450.Their only trouble gotta have been to war the impulse to tap some of the councillors on the shoulder and say them what some of the another councillors were planning to do. It's obvious they didn't, because ... oh, watch the movie and search out.P.S.: Having peeked behind the scenes, I have to tell that I'd still be prepared to vote for Larry Hand (the mayor whose term is about to expire and may or may not be renewed). He's probably a decent enough mayor. Indeed, despite the wonderful double-dealing that goes on, most of the councillors are almost innocent. The ones we DON'T see might be the Evil Politicians of famous fable, but the ones we do see really have no vices that weren't already show in the electorate, on election day.
I can only accept with another comments that this documentary is so excellent it might have been scripted. It has everything you should wish in a drama right down to a suspenseful climax.One thing that hasn't been highlighted is the war that some council members have with their own conscience - watching them agonise between their consciences and their party loyalty is funny and painful at the same time.
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