With around 1400 billion tons of carbon dioxide trapped in the lower atmosphere and the invention of napalm, pesticides and radioactivity, man has irrevocably changed Earth. With extensive archive footage, this documentary tracks how man has exploited the planet for his own gain and to the detriment of the natural world, over the last two […]
Rodion Ladislau Roșca is one of the most gifted musicians of the ’70s, whose pioneering experiments in electronic music were lost and found again after nearly 30 years. Clandestine and underappreciated during the communist dictatorship years and devastated by his mother’s death at the end of the ’80, Rodion withdraws from the city, while remaining surrounded by sound and music.
With Bradshaw’s 1913 Continental Railway Guide in hand, Michael Portillo ventures east through Romania. He uncovers an unlikely fan of his Bradshaw’s. http://www.bbc.co.uk
I watched this documentary film until 3 in the morning and I couldn’t sleep at all after that. Now it’s morning and I feel a bit of nausea combined with shock, repulsion and intrigue. I can’t find my words to describe what the documentary is about. I think it’s best that each of you watch it and decide where you stand afterwards.