Documentaries, some good.

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try getting this bbc diarmaid mucculoch's history of christianity /church .I got this in 720p the visuals were fantastic ,narration was perfect.
 

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Please Remove Your Shoes

Please Remove Your Shoes (2010) - IMDb


A very interesting docu. about the work process of TSA(Transportation Security Administration)an agency of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security which protects the nation's transportation systems to ensure freedom of movement for people and commerce. It reveals how negligent the top management of TSA is, even after several public servants try to fix it. It's a must watch for frequent overseas commuters.



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We should continue this thread. There are lots of beautiful documentaries. please share them.

One of the most haunting is Night and Fog

Night and Fog (1955) - IMDb

Don't be angry but acknowledge the reality .....

Born Into Brothels: Calcutta's Red Light Kids

Born Into Brothels: Calcutta's Red Light Kids (2004) - IMDb

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Some old classics.
1. Civilisation by Lord Kenneth Clark. This was shown in Doordarshan in the late eighties but I was too young to follow it. Currently available in BBCshop.com or Amazon.co.uk
2. The Ascent of Man: Presented by Jacob Bronowski, this was available in DVD form till some years ago in India. You may still find some in ebay or rediff.com. Else amazon and BBC remain the other sources.
 
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