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The Hard Man

The Hard Man

The Hard Man is a 52 minute documentary which was made in 1995 about a man called Michael Kelly who is a former criminal from the Southhill area of Limerick City, Ireland. The film examines the social environment from which Kelly emerged and highlights the key role alcohol played in guiding Kelly down the path of violence and crime. After having wasted 17 years of his life going in and our of c

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Trouble In Amish Paradise

Just a few hours drive from the noisy streets of Philadelphia and New York, there is another world. It is a world that seems to be frozen in time, home to a people who's way of life has barely changed since their forefathers settled there almost 300 years ago. These are the Amish, they are bound by a code of strict rules that govern every aspect of their lives, rules that keep the modern world

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My Life in Monsters

Phil Tippett is the main man behind the design and animation of some of hollywoods greatest fantasy creatures and his Oscar-winning stop-motion abilities have inspired just about everyone. Tippett started out his career by creating the alien masks used in the iconic Cantina sequence from 'Star Wars: A New Hope', from this humble beginning he was able to spark a relationship with George Lucas, whic

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Wild Kalahari

Wild Kalahari

The Kalahari Desert is located in Southern Africa and covers much of Batswana, parts of Namibia and South Africa. It is roughly 900,000 kilometres squared and is considered to be more of a semi-desert as it is scattered with massive tracts of excellent grazing grounds which allow for it to support far more animals and plants than other deserts do, such as the Namib Desert located to the west. T

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The Hitch

Christopher Hitchens was a journalist, author, essayist, religious and literary critic who was not one to be considered shy when it came to flexing his intellect. In the course of his career he contributed to New Statesman, The Nation, The Atlantic, London Review of Books, The Times Literary Supplement, Slate, and Vanity Fair. He was also the author, co-author, editor, or co-editor of over 30 book

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Amy

Amy

A close and personal depiction of the life and death of the late British musician Amy Winehouse, directed by Asif Kapadia. Using archival footage and home videos we get a real sense for who Amy Winehouse was and what she was about, how her career began to blossom and the road which ultimately led to her death at just 27 years old. The film itself starts off with a 1998 home of a fourteen year o

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Richard Kuklinski: The Iceman

Richard "The Iceman" Kuklinski was an American contract killer who in 1986 was arrested for attempting to murder an undercover cop, he was later convicted of 5 murders but after this conviction he took part in a number of interviews where by through his own admission gave an estimation of having carried out well over 100 hits throughout the course of his career working for the likes of the DeCaval

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Are All Men Pedophiles?

Are All Men Pedophiles? is a film directed by Dutch media producer Jan-Willem Breure which explores pedophilia, hebephilia and the notion that society is currently in a type of "pedophilia hysteria" arguing the case that there appears to be a "witch-hunt" taking place against men, viewing all males as potential pedophiles. The movies tagline is "Eighteen Is Just A Number", expressing the idea t

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Game Over: Kasparov And The Machine

Released in 2003, Game Over: Kasparov and the Machine is a film by Vikram Jayanti which chronicles the tale of how Garry Kasparov, the highest rated chess player in history and World Champion for 15 years straight (1985 - 2000) lost to IBM's chess playing computer known as "Deep Blue". In 1996 Kasparov initially beat Deep Blue but upon winning he agreed to a rematch. This rematch took place the

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