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Fidocs 2013 Review: Forget Me Not Establishes David Sieveking As A Masterful Documentarian

3 July 2013 7:30 PM, PDT | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

German documentarian David Sieveking's previous film David Wants to Fly played at Fidocs in 2011, which was the only time I had the opportunity to see what I feel is one of the most impressive and powerful documentaries of the new decade. That film's subject matter and interviewees have prevented its release in most countries, as it centers around the filmmaker David Lynch and his association with the movement of Trascendental Meditation, and its connections with an almost mob-like organization that practically scams people out of their money. It's a shame that a lawsuit is preventing this from being seen by a wider audience, but at least we can be sure that they won't be able to stop Sieveking's new movie from getting a release,...

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