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Errol Morris Gates Of Heaven/Vernon, Florida/The Thin Blue Line (Criterion)

Errol Morris is one of America’s premiere documentarians—but he became so almost by happenstance. A student at Berkley, he worked in the film department, making friends with leading underground, independent filmmakers of the day. 895 more words

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Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead - Documentary

Another suggestion and another review. This documentary was perfect for what I was using it for, background noise. A few days ago I was trying to work on a project for a play I am in, and instead of sitting in the silence, I decided to put this on in the background. 713 more words

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King of Kong - Fistful of Quarters - Documentary

This documentary was filmed prior to and released in 2007. The documentary is about two men, Steve Wiebe and Billy Mitchell, and a feud (of sorts) that arose between the two men who both held high scores on the 80’s arcade version of Donkey Kong. 751 more words

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Playground: The Child Sex Trade in America - Documentary

*****Note: I don’t go into any graphic details in this post, but it is a sensitive topic for some, so if you are not comfortable with this type of topic do not continue to read this article or view this documentary… 795 more words

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Serial Killer Culture - Documentary

First of all, I would not recommend this movie to the faint of heart or easily offended.

From now on, I will no longer follow the structure I set out for myself when I first began writing on here. 933 more words

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The Ups and Downs of Having a Lengthy Netflix Queue

A couple of weeks ago, I was sitting in the student center doing homework with my friend Becca and excitedly telling her about all the documentaries I would be watching for my… 898 more words

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