Nick Bloomfield's sequel documentary reacquaints us with the lives of the children and officers and examines the scars left by the stark events of Part I. We are left with a sobering ... See full summary »
Set in Liverpool in 1979, this documentary follows the tenants of a housing estate as they go about their everyday lives, leading up to going on rent. We get a glimpse of the human struggle behind a national scandal.
From cinema-verite; pioneers Albert Maysles and Joan Churchill to maverick movie makers like Errol Morris, Werner Herzog and Nick Broomfield, the world's best documentarians reflect upon ... See full summary »
The camera shows views of the Victorian city of Liverpool while residents deliver comments off-camera what they feel about their relocation to large housing estates while the old inner city... See full synopsis »
If you're looking for a fair and balanced view of who Sarah Palin really is, look no further. This documentary sheds light on topics that Sarah Palin has lied about, ignored and hidden for several years.
Sarah Palin has proved she can make a connection with people through deceitful tactics by making people feel as though she's catering to their values and principles. After time, the Alaskan people realized she only told the people what they wanted to hear and completely ignored or refused to honor her promises to the people who empowered and or elected her.
Many of Sarah Palin's followers are too committed to her propaganda to change their view of who she really is. If you look at the "facts", you'll realize how scary the reality is that Sarah Palin almost made her way into the White House. I highly recommend anyone who supports or loathes Sarah Palin to watch this accurate and balanced documentary.
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