Documentary on the Friedmans, a seemingly typical, upper-middle-class Jewish family whose world is instantly transformed when the father and his youngest son are arrested and charged with shocking and horrible crimes.
The true-life story of a Harlem's notorious Nicky Barnes, a junkie turned multimillionaire drug-lord, MR. UNTOUCHABLE takes its audience deep inside the heroin industry of the 1970s. The ... See full summary »
Leroy 'Nicky' Barnes,
A heart-racing documentary portrait of Carl Boenish, the father of the BASE jumping movement, whose early passion for skydiving led him to ever more spectacular -and dangerous- feats of foot-launched human flight.
After the Chicago Cubs blow an opportunity to reach the World Series in 2003, Cubs fans blame the team's misfortune on fellow fan Steve Bartman, who interfered with a foul ball and prevented Moises Alou from making a catch.
A documentary about the myth of clean coal. The film reveals the true, hidden environmental and social costs of the 'cheap' nineteenth century technology that still provides more than half ... See full summary »
The highlight of this documentary is a chilling interview with Rev. Paul Hill, the Presbyterian minister who was executed in September of 2003 for killing two abortionists outside their clinic in Pensacola, FL. As Hill describes the events leading up to his decision to kill the abortionists, and the events of the day he put those plans into action, one wonders whether Hill, like abolitionist John Brown, may have stood at the fulcrum of history, warning a nation of impending and bloody doom.
Former hippy-dippy dope dealer Neal Horsley's rants about secession and his interaction with Bob Lokey, another eccentric and somewhat megalomaniacal ex-con activist, provide a colourful, eerie and personable backdrop for a film that leaves one wondering whether to laugh, cry, join The Creator's Rights party, or go out and shoot someone.
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