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2001 documentary films
Ray Mears is deserted on a desert island in the South Pacific. What should you do upon being shipwrecked on an uninhabited island? Ray Mears explains a number of techniques that you should use to surv...
Dogtown and Z-Boys. A documentary which takes to the origins of skateboarding as we know it today through the eyes of a group of Californian surfers. In the 1960’s skateboarding was conside...
Originally built as a mine layer in 1940, U-234 was a submarine which was the largest of its class with a hull length of 90 meters. Her first and only mission was handed directly from Hitler in 1945 t...
A documentary about the eruption of Mount St. Helens in 1980. This film runs through the lives of eye witness and the key events leading up to the tremendous volcanic eruption which is one of the...
Documentary about Fidel Castro. How much should we pay for "free" speech? Does personal freedom equate to personal happiness? Is Democracy just another word for rampant, devisive capita...
Five Steps to Tyranny documentary from 2001. The film explores the ideas behind tyranny and genocide, something that seems to have plagued the human race since the beginning. What causes people to cha...
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