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American Federale (2013)
A gritty and 1st person look at the violent border of the US and Mexico
Over 10 years in the making, American Federale is an excellent Documentary that exposes the drug cartels and the Mexican and United States relationship from the first hand knowledge of the only American that served as a Mexican Federale. Filmed over ten years and virtually banned by most festivals for fear of some form of bad press, this shocking and graphic look at a subject most press and media avoid is presented in its raw truth. In a day when the documentary field is heavily focused on the economy and the middle east and terror, this is an almost unbelievable subject playing out on the literal border of the United States. Helping Americans and Mexicans save their border towns, American Federale is a must see, and it was a pleasure to be part of it coming to fruition.
Being There (1979)
A Must See
By far one of the best films of Peter Sellers. Too often overshadowed by the Pink Panther, this film brings you something completely different. For the modern audience and the younger viewer let it be known that this film does not move at the pace you are probably accustomed to, though if you truly do love a good story and are a fan of film and its telling, then you will love Being There. I find it absolutely hysterical, and upon each view I see something I've missed before. And a very many times I hear a line or see something I've missed before as well. Great films that both are entertaining and subtle in their delivery can be the best of entertainment, and this is such a film. I don't want to ruin the fantastic experience of seeing such an amazing flick, so I'll simply say, see It. Remember not to turn it off half way through, though you may feel it a bit slow, it'll be worth your wait and something you'll love to discuss with others'. That attribute is very often what makes the best films. You won't be disappointed if you are a fan of the little film gems some people too often forget. You'll be glad you went "there."