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Amusing, shocking and scattershot in its approach, this documentary deploys a series of stunts to expose the sham and deceit involved in the creation of today's celebrity-obsessed culture. The film crosses many borders to reveal societies where children - and their parents - are more focussed on finding fame than developing their education; where tabloid journalists routinely break the law to produce stories which may or may not be true and how celebrity-driven campaigns such as Live 8 have in fact served to water down important political promises for the sake of a good, cheap headline. An important insight into one of the central preoccupations of our age.
Scathing documentary examining the often malicious rise of the modern corporation, analysing its behaviour as a psychological being.
16+ years 145 mins
An unmissable explanation of exactly how Facebook has changed all our lives.
11+ years 115 mins
Riveting documentary by controversial filmmaker Michael Moore on the Columbine High School mass shootings and the role of guns in the US.
14+ years 115 mins
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