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do you like documentries?

I am watching Castrato.

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32 replies since 15th December 2008 • Last reply 15th December 2008

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wOGsml6Egfo&feature=PlayList&p=B277AD4D3B093CD1&index=0&playnext=1

Kill me if you can

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I love doc's. The latest ones I watched were Jesus Camp, The King of Kong, My Kid Could Paint That, Confessions of a Superhero, which was actually very sad and touching Happy
I have such a long list of ones I want to watch! haha

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I want to see my kid could paint that and HELVITIA

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SCHLOCK! THE SECRET HISTORY OF AMERICAN MOVIES"

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http://ipb.quicksilverscreen.com/index.php?showtopic=84571

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Ooo I love them too! My Recent ones are:

- Barbarian
- Queen of the Sheba
- Victoria Secrets Fashion Shows
- Vikings
- Lies in Textbooks
and Wal-mart the high price for low prices

The last one is my favorite.It is kinda chilling.

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docs are great. I like the Planet earth ones and national geographic

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A&E Biography's
http://s13.alluc.org/documentaries.html?mode=catdetails&id=3289&navpath=top

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The BBC planet earth ones are AMAZING!!

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The Royal Ripper

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Christmas Unwrapped

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after rome
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http://ipb.quicksilverscreen.com/index.php?showtopic=42587

Dr Nigel Spivey investigates everything from cave paintings to ceramics, pyramids to palaces and icons to artefacts across five continents and 100,000 years of history.

5 episodes, 5 hours long.

Programme One - More Human Than Human...
One image dominates our contemporary world above all others: the human body. How Art Made the World travels from the modern world of advertising to the temples of classical Greece and the tombs of ancient Egypt to solve the mystery of why humans surround themselves with images of the body that are so unrealistic.


Programme Two - The Day Pictures Were Born
The discovery of prehistoric cave paintings in the last century led to the shocking realisation that humans have been creating art for over 30,000 years. Episode two reveals how the very first pictures ever made were created, and how images may have triggered the greatest change in human history.


Programme Three - The Art of Persuasion
The visual devices used by Tony Blair and George Bush to get themselves elected and maintain power, come not from modern times, but a world that is thousands of years old. How Art Made the World ventures back to the creation of Stonehenge and the reign of Alexander the Great to reveal how imagery became an indispensable weapon in every leader's political armoury


Programme Four - Once Upon a Time
Each year over seven billion people across the world are drawn to see the latest feature films in the cinema. This episode reveals how the most powerful storytelling medium ever created exploits visual techniques invented by artists in the ancient world.


Programme Five - To Death and Back
Today in the 21st Century people see fewer real dead bodies than at any time in history. Yet in the modern world we seem almost obsessed with images of death. In an investigation encompassing ancient Jericho, Aztec America, and classical Italy, How Art Made the World discovers what it is that has compelled human beings to surround themselves with images of death for thousands of years.

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