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Victor’s Last Class

Victor's Last Class follows a brazen 52-year-old acting teacher Victor D’Altorio, who is suffering from unbearable chronic back pain as he announces that he is going to take his own life. We witness the young filmmaker Brendan Brandt, attempt to change his mind over the course of five months.Victor himself is a proud homosexual who loves life even though he is outrageous in the way he approac

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UFO Cults: Heaven’s Gate

The Heaven's Gate incident revealed that people will go to extreme lengths in the name of their belief. and the approach of the Millenium only fanned the flames of a curious phenomenon, UFO cults. A synthesis of mainstream religion and cutting-edge science fiction. The belief in these technological angels comes from a long history of mankind's faith in a divine plan for the universe.The emer

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Have Fun in Pyongyang

Have Fun in Pyongyang provides unique insights on everyday life in North Korea, a mysterious country which to this day remains a touchy subject. The world has passed judgment, the country is beyond repair and our preconceived notions about the Democratic People's Republic of North Korea remain firmly in place. Considered by most of the world to be an erratic, Orwellian regime that's paranoid, sch

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In The Executioner’s Shadow

In the Executioner's Shadow examines justice, injustice, and the death penalty within the United States, which is the last country in the developed west to execute criminals. About 50% of Americans are for, and agree with there being a death penalty.Capital punishment in the United States is currently used by 28 states, the federal government, and the military. It's introduction to the law c

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Igor: Child of Chernobyl

Igor Pavlovets was one of the first children to be born during the aftermath of the Chernobyl disaster in 1986. He was eight years old at the time this documentary was filmed. He is missing his right arm, his legs are stunted, and is now living with foster parents in Surrey, United Kingdom. Igor's foster parents discovered him in a children's hospital in Minsk, Belarus. His mother had lived in a

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20th Century Battlefields

20th Century Battlefields is eight-part documentary series produced by the BBC, we see television and radio personality Peter Snow, and his son Dan Snow examine some of the greatest battles of the 20th century. Battles that have shaped the world we live in today. Even now at the beginning of the 21st century, for all of our advances, we still haven't managed to eliminate the scourge of war. In fa

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Coachella: 20 Years in the Desert

The Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival or rather Coachella is a music and arts festival that occurs once a year at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, California, located in the Coachella Valley in the Colorado Desert. It is typically held Mid-April and this year (2020) would have marked the festivals 21st anniversary if it were not for the Coronavirus pandemic which resulted in the festival bei

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The Indigenous Island Tribe Of Anuta

Located deep in the South Pacific is a little known island, once so remote that the islanders are entirely self-sufficient. The island is known as Anuta and after months of preparation the producers of this film set sail from the main cluster of Solomon Islands which lie east of Papua New Guinea, towards this elusive destination.Anuta is one of the smallest inhabited islands on Earth being j

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Louis Theroux: Whites

As part of the series Louis Theroux's Weird Weekends which aired in the early 2000s, Whites is a film that sees presenter Louis Theroux head to South Africa. A country that up until the early 90s imposed a harsh, institutionalized system of racial segregation known as apartheid.Once the democratic government formed in 1994, the country became more of a vibrant multiracial democracy, a model

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