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Still Life

Still Life is a film made by the VICE sister channel Motherboard, its an extremely graphic documentary investigating Dr. Alejandro Hernández Cárdenas claims to have created a unique brew of chemicals which has the ability to rehydrate corpses in an effort to improve the chances of identifying these unidentifiable bodies. The brew itself appears to allow dried skin to absorb the liquid and regain skin color, flexibility and even allows tattoos to become visible once...

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Kusamono

This is a short story about a young potter called Muri. His interest in Bonsai trees brought him to the throwing wheel where he started making his own Bonsai pots. Now 26 years old Muri has left Rumania to live in Denmark. He has applied to be accepted on the school of ceramics on Bornholm and he will start this autumn if they let him...

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FUCK

Released in 2005, FUCK is a documentary by Steve Anderson and examines the word "fuck" and its origins. The films itself argues that the word is an essential part of society and discussion and represents freedom of speech in itself. It examines the term from various perspectives which includes art, linguists, society, comedy, etc. Including interviews with many public...

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It’s Time We Talked

A wry and intense road trip across direct democracy's history and potential in America, warmly probing the historical record, stories of ballot activists of all stripes, our political assumptions, and everyday people's ideas for laws, to build the case for true citizenship. A film by Olaf...

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Overnight

Overnight is a documentary released in 2003, about the rise and fall of the filmmaker and musician Troy Duff. Troy Duffy wrote and directed the cult classic "The Boondock Saints" but is described to be a victim of his own ego, having made it to the top only to witness his fortunes fade whilst becoming more and more abusive towards his friends, relatives and business...

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Ibiza Drugland

Since the major English nightclubs opened for business in Ibiza in the late 80's, the "White Island" has become a dream for young clubbers, but a heavy cocktail of drugs, clubs and sunshine mixed with vast numbers of pill popping tourists has also transformed the island, into a dealers paradise. This film interviews many of Ibiza's drug dealers in an attempt to better understand the culture and lifestyle along with medical professionals, the police, customs and tourists...

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Life as an Illegal Immigrant in Greece

Vice News sends Alex Miller to Greece to cover the current situation for immigrants in search for a better life, they assume a European country such as Greece would hold better prospects for them and their families but hat they find upon arrival is very different. Most of the immigrants are refugees from war-torn countries such as Syria and Afghanistan but they find themselves stuck in a country that is not only battling and economic crisis but a rise in anti-immigrant...

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Last Chance High

Located on the West Side of Chicago is a school best known for taking in the city's most at-risk teens its called the "Moses Montefiore Academy". The school itself is seen as a last resort for these youths as the students themselves have all been expelled from other schools for aggressive, unsocial behavior. This Vice film takes us inside the classrooms of Montefiore and into the homes of the students...

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How Vietnam Was Lost

Based on David Maraniss's book They Marched into Sunlight, a documentary telling the story of two seemingly unconnected events in October 1967 that changed the course of the Vietnam War. Whilst a US battalion unwittingly marched into a Viet Cong ambush which killed 61 young men, half a world away angry students at the University of Wisconsin were protesting the presence of Dow Chemical recruiters on...

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