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Archive: September, 2019

Movie Review | Here and There

Pedro lives in a small town in Mexico, but has been away working in the United States. We watch as he comes home to his family and works to build his relationship with them and spend time with them. Things are going well despite some health complications, but in the end Pedro loses his job …

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Streaming Documentary Review | Infinite Football

After an unfortunate accident playing soccer, a young Romanian boy broke his leg and was never able to play again. Fast forward 27 years, and this man has become obsessed with uncovering the reasons to his accident and discovering how to change the rules to soccer so that the tragic injury won’t happen to anyone …

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TV Show Review | Lost: Season Two

In season one of lost, the survivors of a mysterious plane crash were just trying to survive. Now, in season two, they are desperate to escape and return home. But as they try new things, new mysteries and problems arise, such as the discovery of fellow survivors and the island, the scary inhabitants who were …

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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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Documentary Review | The Magic of Illusion

The Magic of Illusion is an interesting documentary that is both informative and entertaining. It explains much of our perspectives of art in a historical and efficient way. It is beautiful to watch if you like art, because it explains why so much of the art in Florence was so revolutionary. The music played in …

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Documentary Review | America at War: World War II, Volume 8

America at War: World War II, Volume 8 (PN 1995.96 .W3 A44 2009 vol.8) is part of a document series on the wars that America has been involved in, highlighting the end of World War II and the consequences that followed. Nazi Germany, after experiencing defeat after defeat, scramble to protect their secrets and treasures …

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Students:

  • Audiobooks – 3 weeks
  • DVDs – 1 week.

Faculty:

  • Audiobooks – 3 weeks
  • DVDs – 2 weeks.

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