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battlepigeon
Aug 3, 2008



Fleetwood posted:

Nostalgia for the Light is a fantastic documentary exploring the intersections between history, science, and memory. I only read part of the description, thinking it was just going to be about the telescopes in Chile and was happy to find out that it spent a lot of time talking about the aftermath of the dictatorship under Pinochet

Thanks for the recommendation! Are there any other documentaries in the same vein as this? The Act of Killing comes to mind atleast.

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battlepigeon
Aug 3, 2008



Stare-Out posted:

Anyone catch "The Mole: Infiltrating North Korea" on BBC? I thought it was excellent and tense as hell. If you get a chance to see it, go in knowing as little about it as possible.

Seconding this! I didn't even know that there were so many North Korea fan-clubs around.

battlepigeon
Aug 3, 2008



https://www.imdb.com/title/tt8396314

Raoul Peck's newest tv-series feels like more of a essay than a regular documentary, but it is well worth a watch. If you liked his previous documentary "I am not your negro" you will definitely like this one.

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