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Sun Dec 20, 2015 1:43 pm

Bikejoh wrote:I'm 4 episodes in. Holy mother drymount, what a roller coaster. I'm putting this up there with Dear Zachary.

Literally changing my perception of everything.. people, police, government, TV, media.. everything.
I'm on episode 9 and I had to take a break. So intense. Also, I would agree with comparing with Dear Zachary.

EDIT: Also, there is a very interesting podcast featuring the woman who was assaulted on the beach. She was 100% sure it was Avery as soon as she saw him.

http://www.radiolab.org/story/278180-reasonable-doubt/

Another EDIT: Episode 1 is on YouTube for free for those of you who don't have Netflix:
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I believe Kurt Cobain was murdered. It's my hope one day that Frances Bean learns of this during her lifetime. It's too late to realistically prosecute the sycophantic (gold digging) groupie psychopath (C. Love) for murder, but if Frances one day figures it out, that will be justice enough for me. For those of you already familiar with the case, what do you think happened to El Duce and Kristen Pfaff? Yeah, me too.

I rented Soaked in Bleach (2015, dir Benjamin Statler) back in May via Vimeo. I'll watch it again a few times. It's now available for streaming on Netflix. If you're intrigued (or shocked), check out Tom Grant's case files on http://cobaincase.com. Highly recommended whether a Nirvana or CSI fan. Nice holiday family flick 8)

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who died more for our sins though :P
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dweebofthedead wrote:
Bikejoh wrote:I'm 4 episodes in. Holy mother drymount, what a roller coaster. I'm putting this up there with Dear Zachary.

Literally changing my perception of everything.. people, police, government, TV, media.. everything.
I'm on episode 9 and I had to take a break. So intense. Also, I would agree with comparing with Dear Zachary.

EDIT: Also, there is a very interesting podcast featuring the woman who was assaulted on the beach. She was 100% sure it was Avery as soon as she saw him.

http://www.radiolab.org/story/278180-reasonable-doubt/

Another EDIT: Episode 1 is on YouTube for free for those of you who don't have Netflix:
Talking about podcasts has anyone listened to sword and scale.. It deals with high profile murder cases with audio from telephone calls to the police to witnesses . Really interesting and most of them quite disturbing considering the power of audio without visuals.
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Bikejoh wrote:
dweebofthedead wrote:Debuts on December 18th:
I'm 4 episodes in. Holy mother drymount, what a roller coaster. I'm putting this up there with Dear Zachary.

Literally changing my perception of everything.. people, police, government, TV, media.. everything.
Just binge watched all 10 episodes this weekend. Mind is blown.
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http://www.netflix.com/title/80015279

I really enjoyed this one but it's not for everyone.
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sixstringer wrote:Image
http://www.netflix.com/title/80015279

I really enjoyed this one but it's not for everyone.
Nice! Thank you. Love this kind of stuff.
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Just watched The Seven Five. Doc about Michael Dowd and his corrupt dealings in New York's 75th precinct. Very entertaining.
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Nice documentary.

If you've never heard of il Palio di Siena, you should see it.
If you do know il Palio, you should also see it.

Currently available on the iPlayer.
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it's about the TT bike races on the Isle of Man . Full on racing. If you cant understand a proper northern English accent watch it with subtitles. :D
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Thu Feb 11, 2016 6:31 pm

One I always recommend that never gets much attention is Manda Bala, an excellent doc about life and crime in Brazil. Off the top of my head, I'd also suggest Off the Record, Spellbound, League of Ordinary Gentlemen, 10th District Court, The Staircase, A Personal Journey with Martin Scorsese Through American Movies, Senna, A Decade Under the Influence, My Best Fiend, and Metallica: Some Kind of Monster (even if you're not a fan of the band.)
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Thu Feb 11, 2016 9:11 pm

^^ dude knows what's up on the staircase. More interesting than making a murderer by far, in my opinion. But I also watched it while practicing criminal defense, so I was super into it.
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Cinlabyrinth wrote:
sixstringer wrote:Image
http://www.netflix.com/title/80015279

I really enjoyed this one but it's not for everyone.
Nice! Thank you. Love this kind of stuff.
Did the documentary show any collusion between so called experts and person or people working for auction houses? Beltracci's fakes are very very basic at best.
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