Category Archives: Documentaries

Eating Animals-documentary (directed by Christopher Quinn, narrated by Natalie Portman):

Ever more savagery & sickness! – it’s the American meat industry, & more specifically as it accounts for 99% of the market – the industrialized standard, intensive factory farming, mega dairies & concentrated animal feeding operations. Disgusting? Cruel? Sick? All the above toots.

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Who Killed the Electric Car? Documentary DVD (Chris Paine):

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A particularly critical segment of our current shit-storm’s origins. This aging, modest & fairly unassuming documentary is actually an irreversibly humongous lesson in major corruption & the willful closure of protective progress through political sabotage, falsification, market suppression & deeply dishonest & dirty chicanery. Mega corruption aside, it also provides a crystal-clear & detailed demonstration of gigantic corporate conspiracy between industry & government, working together illicitly to effectively ‘cancel out’ unwanted evolutions that obstruct their immediate interests in the extreme short-term.

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The house i live in-documentary dvd:

A seminally brilliant but horrific documentary on Americas unforgivably monstrous industrial prison complex & sick conjoined-twin – The War On Drugs. Despite this film being six years old, & the malignancy of these ‘industries’ only expanding & embedding since its release, this is still a tremendous piece of work that brings acute power & clarity to this dreadful’ dreadful crisis.

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The Look Of Silence and The Act Of Killing DVD (Josh Oppenheimer):

I first went to Indonesia in 2001 to help oil palm plantation workers make a film documenting and dramatizing their struggle to organize a union, in the aftermath of the US-supported Suharto dictatorship – under which unions were illegal. In the remote plantation villages of North Sumatra, one could hardly perceive that military rule had officially ended three years earlier. Continue reading The Look Of Silence and The Act Of Killing DVD (Josh Oppenheimer):