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post #17 of 176
The Other Side of the River was pretty interesting.
post #18 of 176
Fugazi Instrument
Decline of Western Civilization
post #19 of 176
I caught The Fog of War one night late on the History Channel. Enjoyed it, may have to check it out again sometime.
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Originally Posted by Quirk View Post
On this we can agree. I give it 11 stars.

Surprised we've had not Chomsky entries yet.
post #21 of 176
Originally Posted by kwilkinson View Post
40 year old virgin


Off the top of my head I enjoyed Hoop Dreams. Crumb. Up.
post #22 of 176
another one I liked a lot was Rize
post #23 of 176
Blue Planet series.
post #24 of 176
Originally Posted by Get Smart View Post
another one I liked a lot was Rize

I forgot about that one. +1.

post #25 of 176
Modulations, a brief history of electronica that came out in the late 90s.

from recent memory, this little gem that i found while looking for footage of Steve Reich on YouTube:


post #26 of 176
Originally Posted by Connemara View Post
I've been enjoying Simon Schama's "A History of Britain" series. Obviously it's just a survey, but it is nicely produced and well-narrated.

His "Power of Art" series is also outstanding.
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The last good one I watched, discounting history stuff, was "New York Doll."
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Murder on a Sunday Morning.
post #30 of 176
The Thin Blue Line
Hoop Dreams
Le Monde Du Silence
The Man Who Skied Down Everest
Buena Vista Social Club
Fog Of War
Dark Days
Children Underground

And from my favorite documentarian of all:
Bells from the Deep: Faith and Superstition in Russia
The Great Ecstasy of Woodcarver Steiner
Werner Herzog Eats His Shoe (not directed by Herzog, but starring him, and his shoe)
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