The Imitation Game

Movies, Documentary, Drama

The Imitation Game

No Comments 5 April 2015

This is the 2nd film about a famous British scientists this year. Stephen Hawkin is probably better known to the public than Alan Touring. But Touring probably has changed our lives more than Hawkins.

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Citizenfour

Movies, Documentary

Citizenfour

No Comments 22 February 2015

Let me make a very strong statement:  As a citizen in a democratic country you have the civic duty to see Citizenfour. We need to have a extensive debate how far we want to allow governments collect data on everything we do in the name of helping to prevent some terrorist attack.

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Man on Wire

Movies, Documentary

Man on Wire

No Comments 8 June 2014

There must be hundred of films about bank robberies. I have never seen anything like the Man on Wire.

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Searching for Sugar Man

Movies, Documentary

Searching for Sugar Man

No Comments 15 May 2014

I learned about this documentary in the wake of a sad event: Its maker, Malik Bendjelloul, committed suicide two days ago. The film won the Oscar for best documentary in 2012.

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Helmut Schmidt turns 95

Diary, Movies, Documentary, Drama

Helmut Schmidt turns 95

No Comments 24 December 2013

On the occasion on his 95th birthday (23. December 1918), German public television produced and televised a docudrama of the life of the former German chancellor Helmut Schmidt.

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Waiting for Superman

Movies, Documentary, Drama

Waiting for Superman

No Comments 19 December 2013

It would be inappropriate to call Waiting for Superman a documentary about the causes of America’s failing schools. Think of it as a promotional film to get you to join the movement to demand changes to American schools. And what a promotional film it is

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35 and Single: An Argentine Woman Documents One Big Question

Diary, Astute Observations, Movies, Documentary

35 and Single: An Argentine Woman Documents One Big Question

No Comments 11 December 2013

Paula Schargorodsky make this interesting 7-minute film about what it means to be a woman and 35 and still married. It will be very interesting to see her make another film like this in 30 years.

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