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Archive: September 5th, 2019

Documentary Review | Examined Life: Philosophy is in the Streets

Examined Life: Philosophy is in the Streets is an incredibly interesting philosophical project. Astra Taylor, the films director and videographer, interviews different philosophers who continue to go about their daily lives. As they walk the streets of New York and San Francisco, many different controversial ideas are laid in front of us. Issues ranging from …

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Documentary Review | Nobody Knows

This is a Japanese foreign film about a group of siblings that must stick together when their mother leaves them. At the start of the film they move into a new apartment with their mother and for just a little bit of the movie their mother is with them. Soon she leaves though, saying that …

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Documentary Review | Sugihara: Conspiracy of Kindness

This documentary focused on a man named Chiune Sugihara, a Japanese man who helped to rescue a lot of people. During World War 2 he was a diplomat who was stationed in various countries, but in this film we mostly learn about what he did while he was stationed in Lithuania. Sugihara was from Samurai …

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