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Jennifer L. Macalady,
Rachel L. Smith
The documentary is maid out of 5 episodes, each almost an hour long. After 5h of watching time you would expect to actually understand very much about the club, but you have no idea at all. As for the information provided, the club is nothing more than a bunch of men wanting to spend time together, but instead of a pub, they do it in other rooms with a lot of ceremonies. There is no info how they gain ranks, why they are so exited about those ranks, what type of secrets each rank gets exposed to. Nothing was really said.
Based on the information provided, there is nothing going on. And that is also how much interesting the documentary is: Nothing going on in there.
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