Posts Tagged ‘Documentary’
An engrossing first-hand account of how power can corrupt even the most idealistic hearts and minds.
A powerful and journalistic look at five recent instances of people across the globe rising up against a tyrant, and the corrupting influence of power.
An illuminating and oft mesmerizing portrait of the creative impulse, and the people who are driven by it.
This documentary about the sometimes troubling international chocolate trade ends up focusing too much on one American working in Grenada.
This gorgeous look at the wheel of life from all corners of the planet is the movie that you absolutely must see in theaters this year.
Austin hits two of the lowest lows and finds a few nice surprises that involve a fake Sherlock Holmes, criminal gardeners and a French monster.
"Wonder Women" is Saturday-afternoon documentary material, and I mean that in the best possible way.