This award-winning documentary chronicles the dramatic upbringing of boxing prodigies Kenneth Sims Jr. and Destyne Butler Jr., and their aspirations of surviving on the dangerous South Side of Chicago to achieve boxing glory.
A look at the ongoing threat caused by the phenomenon of "fake news" in the U.S., focusing on the real-life consequences that disinformation, conspiracy theories and false news stories have on the average citizen.
One of two documentaries about Roy Cohn released in 2019. The other one, Where's My Roy Cohn?, was released theatrically. See more »
This is not a documentary
Character assassination by the book, starting with children telling emotional stories, some "homophobia" and "antisemitism", and ending with Trump references.
Before you find out anything real about Roy Cohn you definitely know he is the most awful person in the USA, worst than Stalin, constantly repeated, over and over. ALL of the people interviewed are biased, at least politically, or with a personal vendetta.
They also try to imply that the Rosenbergs were somewhat victims even though KGB archives proved them to be spies.
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