Reflective documentaries

  • 103 min.

    Male Domination

    Patric Jean, 2009

    Is it possible, in the 21st century, that men demand a return to patriarchal ancestral values? Male Domination provocatively stirs up trouble through the feminism of a man who takes a hard look at himself.

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  • 17 min.

    What The Cat Sees

    Kim Brand, 2011

    A hospital is a place where joy and sorrow constantly alternate. The smoking area serves as gathering place for visitors, patients and staff. One of the most curious guests there is a grey cyper cat.

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  • 74 min.

    Refugees: who needs them?

    Miles Roston, 2012

    A very touching view on the lives of refugees in The Netherlands, brought with a bit of humor.

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  • 57 min.

    Abortion: The choice

    Macfarlane, Ursula, 2008

    Every year, 46 million women worldwide choose to have a termination. Despite certain restrictions abortion is legal in the United Kingdom. Therefore women in the United Kingdom are legally able to decide how to cope with an unwanted pregnancy.

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  • 58 min.

    Money for nothing

    Bruce, Jim, 2013

    The dollar is the most remarkable achievement in the history of money. This piece of paper costs nothing to produce and there i€™s nothing behind it, its value solely based on trust.

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  • 59 min.

    When bubbles burst

    Moland, Hans Petter, 2012

    When Bubbles Burst provides a fascinating glimpse into the inner workings of the global economy, examining the mechanics behind economic bubbles, crashes and suggesting trends for the future.

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  • 88 min.

    Sons of the land

    Bergeon, Edouard, 2012

    French farmers are killing themselves in record numbers, driven to suicide by loneliness, loss of status and financial woes.

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