Documentary thread

Discussion in 'Free Thoughts' started by Mrs.Lucysnow, Aug 18, 2009.

  1. Dennis Tate Valued Senior Member

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    I did see The Future of Food....
    several times actually.....
    in my opinion it was indeed brilliant.

    If you would like some background information to the realities discussed in that documentary you might wish to invest nearly two hours of your time in
    a really annoying and rather depressing film that may leave you somewhat suicidal if you watch this on the wrong day.... under less than ideal conditions?!


    Why Big Oil Conquered the World

    But... if you are NOT up to watching a truly depressing documentary at this time.....
    perhaps due to your experiencing suicidal thoughts at this time then......
    you might well be wise to leave this film to a later date!

    If it is any consolation......
    the implications of that documentary could perhaps be dealt with on discussion forums where some very bright people
    confront serious cognitive dissonance?!


    http://www.sciforums.com/threads/unified-field-theory-of-modern-world-problems.164127/

    "Unified Field Theory of Modern World Problems....."
     
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  3. O. W. Grant Registered Senior Member

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    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Adam_Curtis

    The Century of the Self - BBC Documentary (2002)


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    The Mayfair Set, E1: Who Pays Wins



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    The Mayfair Set, E4: Twilight of the Dogs




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    I like the style of Adam Curtis. I have watched all of his films. Some more than once.
     
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  5. O. W. Grant Registered Senior Member

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    The Money Masters (1996)

    Director: William T. Still
    Writers : Patrick S. J. Carmack and William T. Still

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    The Secret of Oz (2009)

    Director: William T. Still
    Writer : William T. Still

     
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