Concerned by a rising rock-n-roll influence on a growing liberal fanbase, President Nixon invited Johnny Cash to the White House to solidify his base in the traditionally more conservative ... See full summary »
In 1974, while on the way home from a gig, the apolitical rock group, The Miami Showband, fell into the crosshairs of a Protestant unionist paramilitary group that planted explosives on their bus when it was stopped at a fake checkpoint.
Wild Goose II Qigong (also Chi Kung or Chi Gong), through its lovely and expressive movements, develops both out upper and lower dan-tian ("third eye"). It trains our ability to not only ... See full summary »
Three friends are part of an opposition group in the chaotic Chile of the early 70's and together commit a political crime that changes the history of the country and incidentally involves them in a betrayal that separates them forever.
Known as Chile's Bob Dylan, Victor Jara was a fearless political singer who led the historic Nueva Cancion folk movement in Chile during the CIA-backed Pinochet dictatorship. Pinochet's regime eventually would torture and kill Jara - along with 3000 others - in the National Stadium, for writing a song about the covert killings.Written by
... uncover? Well researched but as with the other Remastered episodes you should not expect definitve answers. Still if you like documentaries and like to be enlighten about things you may not have heard of before or at least see things you knew from different perspectives - this will be something you will cherish and love too.
In depth research as with the other episodes I've seen (not all of them of course) and a real structure that makes sense. The timeline is good and there is even people who still seem to be afraid to show their faces when they speak about what happened ... consequences and all that. Not entirely satisfying (for the resolution or lack thereof), but still quite good
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