A doc shows in real time whistleblower Edward Snowden’s interview in Hong Kong & journalists working to challenge the US’s secret spying on its own citizens & foreign leaders.
Edward Snowden’s release of secret government files is told through flashbacks as he describes to journalist the US government’s illegal spying on millions.
From their control room at an AF base near Las Vegas a team uses drones to kill terrorists in Afghanistan, a seemingly clean way, but problems produce guilty feelings.
Like most viewers I was both happy and disappointed with the winners at the 86th Academy Award ceremony. Let’s begin with the “happy” choices. My biggest thrill was the choice of and performance of the “Best Song,” “Glory.” As I wrote in my review of Selma,” I don’t know how the film will fare …
4 Algerians in WW 2 discover how prejudiced the French army is as they fight Germans from Italy to southern France.
In this filmed stage play Heidi Schreck shares her personal and family history in relationship to the use and misuse of the US Constitution from its beginnings, esp. in regard to women and gays.
A financially-strapped couple come by a windfall when the caretaker wife’s elderly boss dies & unexpectedly leaves his estate to her–but this leads to drastic unintended consequences.
Events on both sides of the Pacific are told in this film about Pres. Truman’s decision to drop the A-bomb on Hiroshima & the Japanese response to defeat.
The doc. film weaves 4 stories of Southern Blacks oppressed by racism–in New Orleans, 2 brothers; a female bar owner; “Black Indians” preparing for Mardi Gras; & in MS a New Black Panther team seeking justice.
The story of Alexander Hamilton from his humble rise & friendship with Aaron Burr & several Founding Fathers to his close relationship with George Washington, his marriage, & dual with Burr.