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 Post subject: Re: Favorite Documentaries
PostPosted: Wed October 05, 2016 6:55 pm 
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I really love Until the Light Takes Us.


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 Post subject: Re: Favorite Documentaries
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That Amanda Knox Doc was super disappointing.


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watched the doc about anthony weiner last night on showtime...really enjoyed it


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I'm starting to get into ESPN's 30 for 30 docs. Pretty interesting stuff. Anyone have favorites I should seek out? There's a lot to choose from.


i've watched a bunch and i'd recommend

the u
june 17, 1994
pony excess
catching hell (of any on this list, this one is a must)
unguarded
broke
you don't know bo
elway to marino
brian and the boz
rand university

I've been going through these lately. I loved 9.79 as well as I Still Hate Christian Laettner (because Duke just suck).

How the fuck are y'all leaving off Run, Ricky, Run?



I really liked the Fab 5 one. I watched that a couple times.


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really enjoyed this doc the other night....you food guys will like it..although it is LA based

http://www.cityofgolddoc.com


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watched Queen Mimi on netflix...really good doc about an old lady who lives in a laundromat in santa monica


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3 Days in September is heartbreaking, on a number of levels.


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Just finished JIM AND ANDY. Amazing, incredible...a true journey to the dedication of a man and his craft.

Jim Carrey is a true genius.

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Just finished JIM AND ANDY. Amazing, incredible...a true journey to the dedication of a man and his craft.

Jim Carrey is a true genius.

and a total nutjob


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pretty excited to watch the Mr Rogers documentary


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pretty excited to watch the Mr Rogers documentary

Me too. I just saw an ad for it yesterday.


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The Wrecking Crew is fascinating.


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Man On Wire is one of the best docs I've ever seen:


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It's my favorite documentary

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It's my favorite documentary


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I'll add a few I haven't seen on anyone's list:

Driver 23/The Atlas Moth
Capturing the Friedmans
20 Feet from Stardom
American Movie

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Yeah, Capturing the Friedmans was riveting.


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Yeah, Capturing the Friedmans was riveting.

I used to go to the same synagogue as some members of that family.

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Yeah, Capturing the Friedmans was riveting.

I used to go to the same synagogue as some members of that family.

:shock:
seriously?
did you know them well?
was this before or after the charges/documentary?
what's your take (to the extent you are comfortable discussing)?

Such an odd story. My takeaway was that the dad had harbored all sorts of bad thoughts for a long time, but had probably never acted on them; but felt so guilty that he just rolled over when the press descended on his life.


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