O.J.:Made in America

This series of 5-episode documentary films brought the famous rugby player O.J. Simpson’s wife murder case that shocked the nation in the last century on the screen. It not only reviewed the history of the black civil rights movement in the United States and Simpson’s unknown growth experience and road to fame. Analyzing the deep-seated […]

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Jiro Dreams of Sushi

Born in 1925, おのじろう is the oldest Michelin three-star chef in the world and is known as the “God of Sushi”. Throughout his life, he has been holding sushi, and he will always ask himself and his apprentices to the highest standards, observe the dining conditions of the guests and fine-tune the sushi to ensure […]

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The 13th

“Neither slavery nor forced labor shall exist, except as punishment for crimes against persons convicted in accordance with the law.” On February 1, 1865, Lincoln signed the Thirteenth Amendment to the United States. Even though slavery has been abolished, the systemic causes behind the disguised oppression and racial discrimination encountered by blacks can still be […]

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Gleason

Former National Football League (NFL) player Steve Gleason was diagnosed with Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, also known as gradual freezing, when he was only 34 years old. However, two weeks later, his wife found out that she was pregnant. So, Steve began to record the birth of his son, the life of the Gleasons, and the […]

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Pina-ein Tanzfilm in 3D

The famous German director Wim Wenders was deeply attracted by the “first lady of German modern dance” when he watched Pina Bausch appear in “Café Müller” for the first time. He and Pina quickly became close friends, and the idea of ​​a cooperative film came up. However, shortly after the filming plan was announced, Pina […]

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7 Up

There is a similar proverb in the United Kingdom: “Give me a child until he is seven, and I will give you the man.” These two sentences contain the same truth: a person’s birth and growth environment usually determine the person’s life Towards. However, is this really the case?   In order to verify the […]

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Man on Wire

On August 7, 1974, between the 110-story (about 412 meters) two towers of the World Trade Center in New York, the 25-year-old French acrobat Philip Petit was kneeling on a steel cable across the sky. Or lying down, sometimes walking slowly and sometimes dancing, and completed a stunning move that lasted 45 minutes. However, the […]

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Hoenyland

In the remote mountains of North Macedonia, “Europe’s last wild beekeeper” Hatiz and her half-blind mother in her 80s depend on each other. She depends on wild bees for a living and adheres to the golden rule of “half for bees and half for herself”. This is also the ancient belief in nature of generations […]

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Three Identical Strangers

In New York in the 1980s, three strangers who looked exactly the same but came from different classes met unexpectedly. After the three twin brothers recognized each other, they discovered that they had been raised by the same adoption center and lived within a radius of less than 100 kilometers, but they did not know […]

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