Random Questions: Recommend me some documentaries


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3450 posts since 5/7/11

3 Mar 2019 00:34
snaye wrote: Very good. Brilliant warts and all insight into the rise and fall of MoWax.

Brought back some great memories of that era for me.

Same. Went to the Q&A of this. Great doc.
joeyjojo
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5 Mar 2019 21:48
MJ doc is beyond fucked up
ODB
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posted 5 Mar 2019 22:11, edited 5 Mar 2019 22:11
out to d/l? yeh it is
swiftus
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6 Mar 2019 08:08
ODB wrote: out to d/l? yeh it is

I like having conversations with myself. Me too.
joeyjojo
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6 Mar 2019 09:55
Hahahaha

I actually wouldn’t recommend it. Pretty disturbing viewing tbh. I doubt I’ll watch the second episode.
sodomgomorra
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6 Mar 2019 11:15
Psychopathic serial killers, child molesters.. it's seemingly the more morbid that tickles Fuks fancy.
jogon321
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posted 12 Mar 2019 20:53, edited 12 Mar 2019 20:53
Arcadia

A provocative and poetic new film exploring our relationship with the land.
Directed by BAFTA-winning director Paul Wright, Arcadia is a sensory journey into the beauty and brutality, magic and madness of our changing relationship with land and each other. The film combines over 100 years of archive film with a grand,
expressive new score by Adrian Utley of Portishead and Will Gregory of Goldfrapp.


https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m00038l1







https://www.imdb.com/title/tt7321190/
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12 Mar 2019 23:12
Cool