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I just saw a documentary of Life animated by Roger Ross Williams. It was really good. 

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Nice share^^

Some minutes missing. On vimeo the full version.

Damn long, I watched only the first hour. I will watch next week the second part.

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Hate they neighbor (vice series)

Vice - Terror (vice series)

Risky Drinking - (showtime)

Jakuchu the divine colors - https://vimeo.com/173703273

Eat that question: Frank Zappa in his own words

I am greatly anticipating watching this - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3127902/

Who murdered sister Cathy? - (Netflix series)

 

 

 

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Whatever you're doing on that phone while driving is not worth someones life.

I absolutely want to throttle every single person I see using a phone while driving.

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Cringe alongside with me...because this is just....what!? Why? Why would you folks do that?

 

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Wow people still posting here too. Thanks for more suggestions, and those that posted HyperNormalisation, very good doc. Id recommend pretty much anything by Adam Curtis.

In exchange, heres a few of my favourites since the last time I posted here.

The Jinx - The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst

6 episodes of the bizarre story of a murder suspect and billionaire real estate heir Robert Durst.

 

Seven Five 

Story of the exploits and downfall of brazen corrupt new york police.
 


Ken Burns Vietnam War

10 episode epic. John Musgrave interview below.
 

All brilliant and engrossing documentaries.
 

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https://www.imdb.com/title/tt3512160/

^Doc about Stanley Kubricks relationship with his personal driver.

If you love documentaries and use P2P, search for the release group called, mvgroup.

They upload a lot of stuff from outside the US; Aussie (ABC), UK (BBC), Asia (NHK), and more.

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It's not really a documentary, but a series of taste-testing one type of food in three different price categories - some of the top ones are just stupidly luxurious.

(I wanted to post this in the "funny videos" thread or whatever it was called, but I can't find it, so bear with me ^^)

Also check out South Koreans tasting American BBQ! :D

 

 

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https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5706420/

Art of the Game: Ukiyo-e Heroes

This doc gets an 8 from me.

A Canadian craftsman and an American designer with a father and son generation gap collaborate to revive the ancient Japanese woodcut using pop-culture icons: Mario and Pokémon.

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https://www.imdb.com/title/tt5654710/

"To Hell and Back: The Kane Hodder Story is the harrowing story of a stuntman overcoming a dehumanizing childhood filled with torment and bullying in Sparks, Nevada. After surviving a near-death burn accident, he worked his way up through Hollywood, leading to his ultimate rise as Jason Voorhees in the Friday the 13th series and making countless moviegoers forever terrified of hockey masks and summer camp. Featuring interviews with cinema legends, including Bruce Campbell (Ash vs. Evil Dead), Robert Englund (Freddy Krueger), and Cassandra Peterson (Elvira: Mistress of the Dark), To Hell and Back peels off the mask of Kane Hodder, cinema's most prolific killer, in a gut-wrenching, but inspiring, documentary. After decades of watching Kane Hodder on screen, get ready to meet the man behind the mask in To Hell and Back - an uniquely human story about one of cinema's most vicious monsters."
 

Most excellent doc for horror fans especially.

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