I will give a different perspective on this film because just peruse any of the reviews on here and you will see just how affective bourgeois, anti-communist propaganda has been on the masses for the last 50 years, though this film stumbles at the end and reinforces the lies. However, a film like this surfaces a really important contradiction surrounding the standard narrative on Stalin and the USSR which has been propped up by the status quo, (right wing) reactionaries…
A fairly well edited documentary that does not tell me anything I do not know. This is not to be a dismissive of the work, just falls in line with previous anti-industrial farming exposés I have seen like Earthlings, the Cove and Leviathan.
An issue I see in these movies is that their theoretical framing of the issue of meat consumption stems not from the system that prioritizes accumulation of commodities and wealth (capitalism). They do mention some aspects of…
>At Dimple Records
>Planned on purchasing 'Aladdin 2: The Return of Jafar'
>In line, see a gorgeous clerk
>Looks like Cybill Sheperd
>Long ass line
>Finally the penultimate person at the front of the line
>I take that back, she looks more like Ingrid Bergman
>Hear her mention her favorite director - Richard Linklater
>Spaghetti falls out of my pockets
>I run out of line, nearly slipping on the spaghetti
>Picked up 'Waking Life', trying to…
Sacramento is like the midwest of California...
I've lived in Sacramento my whole life (still do), and I have been watching movies for as long as I can remember. So for a film to come out with heart and integrity that finally gives my hometown some clout is eye-watering. Films where half of the story's plot is about its setting or location are a treat to watch, such as Manhattan, la dolce vita, City of God, etc., but I now…