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  • Release Year: 2022
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 6.7 IMDB
    Cast:  Lily Tomlin, Maury Povich, Dinah Shore

    She was once as famous as Jackie O. And then she tried to take down a President. THE MARTHA MITCHELL EFFECT is an archival documentary portrait of the unlikeliest of whistleblowers: Martha Mitchell, a Republican cabinet wife who was gaslighted by the Nixon Administration to keep her quiet. It offers a female gaze on Watergate through the voice of the woman herself.

  • Release Year: 2012
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 7.7 IMDB
    Cast:  Donald Trump

    On April 19, 1989, a young white woman was brutally beaten and raped in Central Park, New York City. The incident sparked widespread outrage and hysteria, with the media and public officials rushing to assign blame and find the perpetrators. In the midst of this frenzy, five Black and Latino teenagers, known as the Central Park Five, were arrested and charged with the crime. Despite a lack of physical evidence linking them to the crime and inconsistent confessions that were coerced from them by police, the Central Park Five were convicted and sentenced to prison for between 5 and 15 years. The film explores the events leading up to the wrongful conviction of the Central Park Five, the role of the media and public opinion in their trial, and the impact that their incarceration had on their lives and the lives of their families. It also highlights the work of activists and advocates who fought for their exoneration. The Central Park Five is a powerful and thought-provoking documentary that exposes the flaws and injustices in the American criminal justice system. The film has been praised for its compelling storytelling and its contribution to the ongoing national conversation about race, justice, and equality.

  • Genre:  Action, History, Horror
    Release Year: 2022
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 4.2 IMDB
    Cast:  Derek Nelson

    When the remains of two murdered Princes are discovered at the Tower of London, a troubled Priest must put his beliefs aside to befriend a mysterious prisoner, who has supernatural powers to communicate with the dead. Together they must solve the mystery of who murdered the Princes, as prisoners in the castle dungeon meet their bloody fates at the hands of the Princes' ghosts, who continue to haunt the Castle seeking their revenge.

  • Release Year: 2016
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 7.6 IMDB

    The film takes us back to the golden era of the Jewish community in Baghdad in the early 20th century, where Jews, Muslims, and Christians lived together in peace and harmony. But in the mid-20th century, with the rise of nationalism and anti-Semitic sentiments, the once-thriving Jewish community was forced to flee Iraq and leave their homes and businesses behind. Through personal accounts and rare archival footage, the film reveals the history of the Jewish community in Baghdad and their experiences of persecution, migration, and integration into new societies. It also sheds light on the lasting impact of the community's forced exile on their identity and sense of belonging. Remember Baghdad is not only a personal journey for Fiona Murphy but also a powerful exploration of the complex history and identity of the Jewish community in Baghdad, and its relevance to contemporary debates around migration, nationalism, and belonging.

  • Release Year: 2018
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 6.4 IMDB

    The film features interviews with politicians, historians, activists and ordinary citizens from both Catalonia and Spain, who share their views and experiences on the topic. The documentary highlights the complex relationship between Catalonia and Spain, and the tensions that have arisen as a result of the independence movement. It also provides historical context for the current situation, including the suppression of Catalan culture and language under the Franco dictatorship. Through personal stories and political analysis, "Two Catalonias" offers a nuanced and thought-provoking exploration of this divisive issue.

  • Genre:  Drama, History, Romance
    Release Year: 2018
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 7.4 IMDB

    The film is set in 1944 and follows the story of a group of Hungarian prisoners who are taken from their homes and transported to a remote Soviet labor camp. Among them is a young woman named Irén who is separated from her husband and young son. The prisoners are forced to endure harsh conditions, including freezing temperatures and back-breaking labor. They are constantly watched over by their cruel guards who show no mercy, and any attempt at escape is met with severe punishment. As the war rages on and the prisoners continue to suffer, Irén holds on to the hope that she will one day be reunited with her family. Despite the odds, she forms a bond with a fellow prisoner, a man named Jóska, and together they find solace in each other's company. As the years pass, the prisoners are subjected to unimaginable horrors, but they refuse to give up hope. They cling to their humanity and their will to survive, even as the world around them crumbles. Eternal Winter is a poignant and powerful film that depicts the resilience and strength of the human spirit. With stunning cinematography and a talented cast, it is a moving tribute to those who suffered through the horrors of war and the resilience of the human spirit.

  • Genre:  Drama, History
    Release Year: 2013
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 6.8 IMDB
    Cast:  Jung-jae Lee, Jong-Suk Lee, Kang-ho Song, Hye-su Kim

    Nae-kyung is a skilled physiognomist who can read a person's character and destiny just by looking at their face. He is called upon by the king of Joseon to use his talents to help identify traitors who are plotting against the throne. Nae-kyung takes on the assignment and is soon drawn into a complex web of political intrigue, where he must navigate dangerous alliances and face off against powerful enemies. Along the way, he forms an unlikely friendship with the king's son, a prince who has been cast aside and left to fend for himself. As Nae-kyung delves deeper into the conspiracy, he begins to realize that his own fate is intertwined with that of the kingdom. He must use all of his skills and knowledge to uncover the truth and protect those he cares about, even if it means putting himself in harm's way. The Face Reader is a beautifully crafted historical drama that offers a unique glimpse into the world of 15th century Korea. With its intricate plot, rich characters, and stunning visuals, it is a captivating film that will keep audiences engaged until the very end.

  • Release Year: 1975
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 6.6 IMDB
    Cast:  James Earl Jones, Barnard Hughes, Lou Wagner, Estelle Parsons

    Betty and Barney Hill are driving home from a vacation in Canada when they see a strange craft in the sky. As they continue their journey, they are suddenly abducted by alien beings and taken aboard the UFO. The aliens perform a series of medical tests on the couple, leaving them traumatized and confused. When they return home, Betty and Barney try to forget about their experience, but they begin experiencing strange nightmares and flashbacks. They seek the help of a hypnotherapist, who helps them recover suppressed memories of their abduction. As news of their experience spreads, the couple becomes the subject of intense media scrutiny and public ridicule. Despite the skepticism of many, Betty and Barney refuse to back down from their story. With the help of a journalist and a UFO researcher, they set out to uncover the truth about their abduction and prove to the world that they are not crazy. The UFO Incident is a gripping and suspenseful account of one of the most famous cases of alien abduction in history.

  • Genre:  Action, Drama, History, War
    Release Year: 2009
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 4.9 IMDB
    Cast:  Jackie Chan, Jet Li, Donnie Yen, Ziyi Zhang

    The movie features an ensemble cast of over 100 famous Chinese actors, including Hu Jun, Tang Guoqiang, and Liu Ye, among others. The director of the film is Huang Jianxin, who is known for his work in Chinese cinema. The story begins with the end of the Chinese Civil War in 1949, with the Communist Party emerging victorious over the Nationalist Party. The film depicts the struggles and sacrifices made by the Communist Party and its leaders, including Mao Zedong and Zhou Enlai, to establish a new government that would serve the interests of the people. The film depicts the major events leading up to the founding of the People's Republic of China, including the signing of the Yan'an Rectification Movement, the Hundred Regiments Offensive, and the final battle for control of mainland China. The movie also explores the personal relationships and rivalries between the key figures of the Communist Party, as well as their interactions with foreign governments and leaders such as Joseph Stalin. Overall, "The Founding of a Republic" is a grand-scale epic that celebrates the founding of the People's Republic of China and the ideals that drove the Communist Party's struggle for power. It is a visually stunning and emotionally powerful film that offers a window into a pivotal moment in Chinese history.

  • Genre:  Drama, History
    Release Year: 2001
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 7.1 IMDB
    Cast:  Carmen Ejogo, Jeffrey Wright, CCH Pounder, Terrence Howard

    The film follows Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. (played by Jeffrey Wright) and other activists as they organize a boycott of Montgomery's bus system in response to the arrest of Rosa Parks (played by Iris Little-Thomas) for refusing to give up her seat to a white person. The boycott lasts for over a year and becomes a turning point in the fight for civil rights, with King emerging as a leading figure in the movement. As the boycott gains momentum, King and other activists face increasing resistance from local officials, white supremacists, and even some members of the African American community who are skeptical of the boycott's effectiveness. However, King and his allies remain steadfast in their commitment to nonviolent protest and continue to push for change. The film also explores the personal struggles of King and his wife Coretta Scott King (played by Carmen Ejogo), including the threats and harassment they face from those who oppose their activism. "Boycott" is a powerful and moving portrayal of one of the most important events in American history, and offers insight into the challenges and sacrifices that were made in the fight for civil rights. The film received critical acclaim and several award nominations, including three Emmy Awards.

  • Genre:  Crime, Drama, History
    Release Year: 2002
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 7.1 IMDB
    Cast:  Christina Ricci, Clancy Brown, Clea DuVall, Ben Foster

    The film is structured as a series of interviews with Laramie residents, including friends and family members of Shepard, as well as those who knew him only in passing. The interviews are interspersed with reenactments of the events leading up to Shepard's murder, his funeral, and the trial of his two killers. Through the interviews, the film explores the impact of Shepard's murder on the community of Laramie, and the larger issues of homophobia, hate crimes, and prejudice that it exposed. The film also highlights the efforts of the Tectonic Theater Project, the group of actors and playwrights who created the play on which the film is based, to document the tragedy and create a lasting memorial to Shepard's life and legacy. "The Laramie Project" is a poignant and thought-provoking examination of the effects of hate and intolerance, and a powerful tribute to Shepard's memory. The film received critical acclaim and several award nominations, including four Emmy Awards.

  • Genre:  Biography, Drama, History
    Release Year: 2006
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 6.7 IMDB
    Cast:  Tim Robbins, Derek Luke

    The story follows the life of Patrick Chamusso, played by Derek Luke, who is a foreman at a refinery in Secunda, South Africa. He is a family man and an apolitical figure who is content with his life until the day he is arrested and tortured by the Security Police. After his release, Patrick becomes involved in the anti-apartheid movement and joins the African National Congress (ANC) as a way to fight against the oppressive regime. He becomes a key player in the movement and is responsible for a series of bombings that target the oil refineries where he once worked. He is relentlessly pursued by the police, led by the ruthless Nic Vos, played by Tim Robbins. The film explores the complex relationship between Patrick and Vos, who initially see each other as enemies, but eventually develop a mutual respect for one another. The story also delves into the personal lives of the characters and how their choices affect their families. "Catch a Fire" is a powerful and thought-provoking film that sheds light on a dark period in South Africa's history and the struggle for freedom and equality. It received critical acclaim for its performances, direction, and storytelling.

  • Genre:  Documentary, History
    Release Year: 2021
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 6.5 IMDB

    "September 11th 2001, the day America was under siege. Thrust into defense against the deadliest disaster ever faced. The four coordinated attacks by nineteen individuals, driven by religious extremism, claimed the lives of thousands that day, exposing flaws in the defence of the mightiest nation on the globe. The chaos in the skies sent radio communications into meltdown. Follow the key aspects of the nation's response as the gravity of the situation unfolds before your very eyes. Through official FAA, Airline, Military and NYC Fire Department recordings, as well as archival footage and reenactments, retrace the critical moments that forced American society to change forever. This documentary will expose the frenzied communication that took place over the airwaves as flight attendants, aviation authorities and the president grappled with a nightmare. Join us as we observe and reflect on the darkest day in American history as we recount those moments minute by minute."

  • Genre:  Documentary, History
    Release Year: 2019
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 7.5 IMDB
    Cast:  John Lithgow, Hugh Jackman, Helen Mirren, Ian McKellen

    An all-star cast tells the inside story of the Broadway theater, and how it came back from the brink thanks to innovative work, a new attention to inclusion and a sometimes uneasy balance between art and commerce. Legends of the stage and screen, including Helen Mirren, Christine Baranski, August Wilson, James Corden, Alec Baldwin, John Lithgow, Viola Davis, Hugh Jackman and Ian McKellen, take us behind the scenes of Broadway's most groundbreaking and beloved shows, from "A Chorus Line" to "Hamilton." Iconic performances by Lin Manuel Miranda, Patti Lupone, Bernadette Peters, James Earl Jones and Mandy Patinkin lead the way on a hurly burly ride through Times Square, once again the main street of American show business in ON BROADWAY, directed by Academy-Award nominee Oren Jacoby.

  • Genre:  Documentary, History, News
    Release Year: 2021
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 7.2 IMDB

    'Psychedelia' is an hour-long documentary film about psychedelic drugs and their ability to induce mystical, or religious experiences. The film explores this relationship by chronicling their use in controlled research studies prior to the cultural upheaval of the 1960s, at a time when LSD was regarded as one of the most promising discoveries in the field of psychiatry.