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|1||Le dernier trappeur (2004 documentary)||7.1/10||997|
Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel
A look at the life and work of the influential fashion editor of Harpers Bazaar, Diana Vreeland.
This is a compilation of several 1950s burlesque acts, so there's no real plot to summarize. There are some strippers...
The Ghosts in Our Machine
A cinematic documentary that illuminates the lives of individual animals living within and rescued from the machine of our modern world.
(2000 documentary short)
Transformed by the love of a kitten, a tough New York City construction contractor is inspired to rescue abandoned animals, become a vegetarian, and take his message of compassion to the streets.
Fur is sexy, beautiful, sensuous and luxurious. Nothing feels better against your skin, and beautiful...
Big Blue Goose
(1956 documentary short)
In this Sportscope entry, naturalist Van Campen Heilner and his wife go to Louisiana bayou country to hunt a particular species of goose...
Kill It, Skin It, Wear It
(2008 TV documentary)
Merrilees Parker investigates the recent surge in popularity for fur and tries to find out whether the animals are killed humanely...
Kniven på strupen
(2010 video documentary short)
A critical look at Norwegian fur production. The documentary follows a group of activists that in 2010 documented horrible conditions in Norwegian fur farms for the third consecutive year.
|10||Sata sukupolvea (1999 documentary)||6.1/10||7|
|11||Age of the Beaver (1952 documentary short)|
|12||Pelts: Politics of the Fur Trade (1989 documentary)|
|13||Mink mink mink (1990 TV documentary)|
|14||DR-Derude: Den sidste indianerkrig (1991 TV special documentary)|
|15||Die Pelzindustrie Chinas (2009 documentary short)|
|16||Djurens krigare (1999 TV documentary)|
|17||Chasse à l'ours brun en Amérique (1909 documentary short)|
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