Set in France at the end of World War II Albert Dehousse finds out his father wasn't a war hero and his mother is a collaborator. He leaves his wife and goes to Paris. Gradually he ... See full summary »
When they realize the times are changing, five crooks decide to switch from bank robberies to personality abductions. Among their hostages are singer Johnny Hallyday and an ambassador in ... See full summary »
Introduction to Sociology. For three years (1998-2001) Pierre Carles followed Pierre Bourdieu, a major sociologist, working to have his research understood and people prompted to action. ... See full summary »
Initially, this was only supposed to be a short report called "Pas vu à la télé;" (meaning "never seen on TV") for French TV channel Canal+. For some reason, the film was judged controversial enough not to be shown at all. Several years later, the same film maker Pierre Carles made a long feature version called "Pas vu, pas pris" (meaning; "never seen, never taken") explaining his own point of view of what happened. See more »
Watch this documentary, that was only aired on Belgium TV. Ordered by Canal+, they chickened out when their own journalists, supposedly non-partisan people work at Canal+, were victims of Pierre Carles. It is good to see how persistent Pierre Carles was when making the documentary. It will cost him a lot if he still tries to work for the french medias.
It is all too clear when you watch this documentary how all TV journalists are biased, and always show you the "news" with their own interests... and so on. Just enjoy.
I hope to see more work like that, and also from him.
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