Posts Tagged ‘Documentary’
Revealing the comedian's warts and all, this documentary is an intimate portrait brimming with juicy backstage drama, directed in a sensitive, artful fashion.
A fun, accessible, airy documentary that speaks about cultural differences between America and our Russian friends filtered through a piece of Americana.
The recommendations continue as Austin finds some new favorites and is allowed to legitimately hate "Jersey Shore."
A dreary, ambling documentary about one of the most fascinating pop culture characters of the past 50 years.
A powerful look at the Green Revolution of Iran in 2009 told through interviews, archival footage and haunting animation.
Three never-intertwining tales of working-class men are a wonderful example of cinematic portraits for the simple sake of portraiture.