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Edge of Life

This is the second film in Louis Theroux's latest series of documentaries entitled "LA Stories". In this episode Louis decides to make his way over to West Hollywood's Cedar-Sinai Medical Center in order to get a better understanding of how Americans deal with terminal illness and death itself. Several patients and family members have agreed to be filmed, these cases include several forms of cancer and coma. Check out the other two episode here: Among The Sex Offenders City of...

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Football Fight Club

This film sets about documenting a new generation of football hooliganism after been granted exclusive access to follow three of Britain's football firms during the 2013 - 2014 season. This is the first time they have allowed cameras to follow them across a season, home and away, allowing us now to see some of the most hardcore fans in action. Football Fight...

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The Unspeakable Crime: Rape

Somebody gets raped every 6 minutes in Britain, with a shocking statistic such as this, this documentary by the BBC sets about exploring rape in a new way, unseen on television before this film examines the forensic medical to police investigation, court and beyond, offering a unique and revealing perspective on rape in the UK...

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One Week Job

A 25 year old college graduate Sean Aiken decided that he wanted to complete a project in which he worked fifty two jobs in a year so one job a week in order to find his true passion. This concept came to Sean when he realized that he had no idea what he wanted to do professionally with his life once he had completed his degree. He had originally been funded by his parents but the project in itself quickly gathered a public interest and he managed to raise over $20,000 for his...

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Headhunters of World War II

World War II, the island of Borneo, seven American downed airmen face an epic battle for survival in a dense jungle. Natives wielding blowpipes and spears are said to be headhunters along with Japanese soldiers hunting them down. To their rescue comes a British major hellbent on taking the war into his own hands. Together they will attempt one of the most audacious escapes of the...

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Scotland Votes: What’s at Stake for the UK

Scotland is close to a momentous decision about its future, the stakes could not be higher. Scotland will vote to stay with or become independent from the United Kingdom on September the 18th of 2014, the campaign north of the boarder has been raging for months, but in much of the rest of the UK the silence has been deafening. If the Scots decide to quit the union what would it mean for the 55 million plus living in the ret of the UK? Scottish independence could have far reaching consequences for Britain's nuclear deterrent, its armed forces and...

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Money and Life

We are currently living in a society where money has become the main objective for everything we can think of. The average person focuses more on bringing home a pay check than living life itself, doing things in which they hate, things that drain them in order to sustain an income. Life would obviously be terribly difficult without a source of income as bills will always haunt us and food needs to be bought, but why is this so? and why do we have to become so consumed with the concept of earning money that it can ruin our relationships with one another? This documentary takes a look at...

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Wartorn

Wartorn is a HBO special which examines how war can effect a soldiers mental well being, inflicting an invisible wound which some find hard to recover from. Suicide among those who currently serve and veterans alike appears to be growing at an alarming rate causing much concern, this film takes a look at old archived footage, interviews, letters, etc. from wars as early as the US Civil War right up to todays modern conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan, analyzing personal tales of those effected by PTSD in order to get a better idea of how these individuals cope with lasting effects of combat...

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The Internet’s Own Boy

Aaron Swartz, the co-founder of well known news aggregation website Reddit.com and developer of the RSS web feed format was a big thinker who fell in love with all things tech from a very young age, having only been 13 years of age when he started work on developing RSS and 19 when Reddit was born. The web itself is filled with traces of Swart's innovative work, but he later became more and more heavily involved in work relating to social justice and political activism in an effort to harness the internets true potential, but it was this later work which would get him noticed by the FBI and...

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