Last Men in Aleppo / All Governments Lie / The Woman and the Glacier
Chronicle of a Summer is one of those few films that have modified, by themselves, the concept and possibilities of documentary genre (the others being Nanook by Robert Flaherty, Man with a Movie Camera by Dziga Vertov, The Thin Blue Line by Errol Morris, and, maybe, the still recent The Act of Killing by Joshua … Continue reading France 1: “CHRONICLE OF A SUMMER” (1961): Anthropology of Parisians
See also Non-violent civil resistance. The appalling, evident similarities of what is happening now in the US Government and what happened in Europe in the third decade of the twentieth century, with the rise of totalitarianisms, demand opposing the Administration in all orders of public life. This post and the next ones will examine documentaries … Continue reading 5 documentaries on civil disobedience in the U.S.