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Stranded 11:35 Sun Feb 12
Documentaries
Need something new to watch, so thought it was time for another of these. A couple to get things going.

Milius (2013) Feature length documentary about the man who gave us everything from “Feel lucky, punk?” to “I Love the smell of napalm in the morning” and much more besides. Scorsese, Coppola, Spielberg et al line up to pay tribute.

Trailer
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oLuPXfsCkWg

Youth Terror, the View From Behind the Gun (1978) ABC News documentary about youth crime in New York. One for fans of ’80 Blocks from Tiffany’s” etc.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KnDtvfQw1Dc

And before anyone says it: Couple of clips from the 1977/78 Thames series “This Sporting Land” Sadly, the second one’s silent stock footage, but you can’t have everything. Anyone on here spot themseves?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=APW7-VdnN3E
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pVPifVBTkEY

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Aberdeen Iron 11:30 Wed Nov 24
Re: Documentaries
Some size of thread. Any chance somebody could summarise the fcking thing? lol etc.

On The Ball 11:29 Wed Nov 24
Re: Documentaries
I feel a bit weird saying it, but I recommend 'Bad Boy Chiller Crew' on ITV2. If you've seen 'People Just Do Nothing', it's a bit like that, but they're real - and successful!

Takashi Miike 10:57 Wed Nov 24
Re: Documentaries
watched SABAYA (2021) earlier. a doc about the brave men & women of the Yazidi Home Centre who's mission in life is to liberate the young Yazidi girls & women who have been kidnapped by isis fighters and used as sex slaves. the youngest rescued during the film, just seven years of age. a very moving film


*you can find it in the Oath add-on in kodi*

Northern Sold 4:00 Sun Oct 3
Re: Documentaries
The Dawn Wall Netflix... about 2 mates free climbing the thought almost impossible `dawn wall' on El Capatin in Yosemite... fucking incredible footage and achievement... i've been lucky enough to stay and visit Yosemite... when you stand under that slab of rock it looks impossible to climb...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Hc8tB9uhho

zico 2:57 Sun Oct 3
Re: Documentaries
There are some decent docs called "The Movies of" on Sky & Channel 5 re various actors, the most recent Clint Eastwood & Michael Caine. Pretty good bar the recent addition of diversity in the film critics used to voice an opinion. One particular lady used the platform to voice how Clint Eastwood's Dirty Harry portrayed black people as criminals, yet seemingly totally oblivious to the fact that all main bad guys in the Dirty Harry films were white!!

Cilla_ Black A1 3:55 Thu Sep 30
Re: Documentaries
https://youtu.be/wffv8YeoeeM.
Have some of that you cunts

Cilla_ Black A1 3:50 Thu Sep 30
Re: Documentaries
Fred Dibnah climbing chimneys with a rollie on the go, a time England wasnt infested with vermin.

Cilla_ Black A1 3:43 Thu Sep 30
Re: Documentaries
HM 11.37

which one is that now?.. there's been so many, one might think theirs an agenda going on.
Sick of hearing about the drug dealer cunt and his fucking money grabbing racist cunt of a mother.
Stick that in ya pipe.

HM 11:37 Tue Sep 28
Re: Documentaries
Stephen: The Murder that Changed a Nation

Come On You Irons 11:04 Tue Sep 28
Re: Documentaries - Feminisation
I watched all three episodes yesterday evening on iPlayer of a recent BBC true crime documentary called "A Killing in Tiger Bay". It is about the Lynette White murder from 1988 and the wrongful convictions of the "Cardiff Three" in 1990.

A fascinating documentary that includes extensive excerpts of the real recordings from the interview tapes with the suspects, particularly with Stephen Miller which lead to his false and coerced confession.

Quite shocking just how corrupt and incompetent South Wales Old Bill were and scandalous that none of the senior coppers involved were ever convicted for such a miscarriage of justice.

A great documentary that is well worth a watch.

normansmymate 10:50 Tue Sep 28
Re: Documentaries - Feminisation
The Sparks Brothers about Ron and Russell Mael is well woth a watch and funny AF

chim chim cha boo 7:07 Mon Sep 27
Re: Documentaries - Feminisation
Class action park looks great. Might give it a watch tonight.

Lee Trundle 6:28 Mon Sep 27
Re: Documentaries - Feminisation
Anyone see The Last Mountain that was on last night?

https://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/m00103ms/the-last-mountain

Worth watching?

twoleftfeet 6:10 Mon Sep 27
Re: Documentaries - Feminisation
Class action park is great viewing.

Never get away with that now days.

sanfrancis-co-uk 5:59 Mon Sep 27
Re: Documentaries - Feminisation
Inventing David Geffen on Netflix is a good watch for those who like Music and Film.

Northern Sold 12:47 Mon Sep 27
Re: Documentaries - Feminisation
joe royal 4:10 Mon Sep 27
Re: Documentaries - Feminisation
Class action park.


Ha ha ha... seen it a couple f times... absolutely cracked up... fuck knows how they got away with that place !!


"FUUCKING PUSSIES"!!!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mqg48h_uKYM

Fuck it ... might watch it again tonight

El Scorchio 12:06 Mon Sep 27
Re: Documentaries - Feminisation
joe royal 4:10

I loved that film.

wd40 10:56 Mon Sep 27
Re: Documentaries - Feminisation
net flix has a good one on
Bob Ross the painter from joy of painting which is being shown of late .

very 70's !

joe royal 4:10 Mon Sep 27
Re: Documentaries - Feminisation
Class action park.

El Scorchio 2:19 Mon Sep 27
Re: Documentaries - Feminisation
Hurt locker hero was repeated on BBC a few days ago so it’ll be on i player.

It’s a brilliant watch about a bomb diffuser.

gph 12:15 Mon Sep 27
Re: Documentaries - Feminisation
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VaS-teo33Zo

Apparently, today's blokes would look very feminine were they around 50000-100000 years ago.

And some fairly masculine looking women by today's standards wouldn't stick out.

Presenter's theory is that too high testosterone levels are inimical to social networking, and were selected against.

Same thing happened with dogs vs wolves, although that's more straightforwardly to do with aggression, and it getting in the way of domestication.

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