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  Pre neki dan sam pronasao seriju emisija BBC-jevog novinara Louis-a Theroux-a koje sam gledao pre oko 10 godina. Louis ide po raznim zabitima Sjedinjenih Americkih Drzava i upoznaje razne cudne ljude kao npr: lovce na letece tanjire, zatvorenike, survivalist-e (ne znam da li na srpskom postoji rec za ovako nesto), autore top shop tipa reklama, propovednike (oni sto se deru po crkvama, Lord is mighty, ooooh yeah)...

Ove emisije su mi dobre zato sto i pored toga sto su ideje nekih od ovih ljudi u najmanju ruku sulude, novinar ih uopste ne ismejava niti se suprotstavlja njihovim stavovima vec prepusti gledaocu da stekne svoje misljenje iskljucivo iz prica tih ljudi bez ikakvog navodjenja.

Najjeca fora je sto je na kraju prve sezone napravljen bozicni specijal u kom je Louis Theroux pozvao po jednog lika iz svake enisije kuci na Bozic. :)

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Ja gledam bas svakakve dokumentarce, sta god mi padne pod ruku :)

Inace moram priznati BBC-jevi dokumentarci su po meni jedni od boljih.

Evo i jedan sajt sa gomilom dokumentarca: http://www.dokumentarci.com/

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Углавном гледам историјске, па бих препоручио Byzantium: The Lost Empire. Међутим, и овај је занимљив: Are Christians Being Persecuted? - Ради се о идиотизму о томе кеко у Британији осуђују људе који на радном месту носе крст на ланчићу и како мењају име божићним прославама све у наводном духу верске толеранције иако се друге верске заједнице уопште не противе таквим стварима. :)

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Kad smo kod tih letecih tanjira I ostalih onda pogledati serijal snimljen sa druge tacke gledista

Penn&Teller - bullshit

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Sergey Anatolyevitch Torop (Russian: Серге́й Анатольевич Тороп, Sergej Anatolʹevič Torop; born 14 January 1961 in Krasnodar, Russian SFSR), known by his followers as Vissarion(Russian: Виссарион, IPA: [vʲɪsərʲɪˈon], "He who gives new life"), is a Russian mystic and cult leader.

He founded and heads a religious or sect movement known as the Church of the Last Testament with its head church in the Siberian Taiga in the Minusinsk Depression east of Abakan, in the southern Siberia Kuraginsk district of Krasnoyarsk territory, in the small settlement of Petropavlovka.

 

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Pinuccio Sciola (15 March 1942 – 13 May 2016) was an Italian sculptor and muralist from San Sperate, Sardinia.[1] His work has been mentioned as a major attraction of the nearby town of Assemini.[2] His work has also been exhibited in Alghero.[3]

Forms in which he worked include pietre sonore or "sounding stones": large sculptures (mainly limestones or basalts) that resonate when rubbed by human hands or small rocks.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pinuccio_Sciola

 

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To date at least 20 British nationals, some with no previous experience of combat, have travelled to Syria to fight Isis on the frontline. Eight of these Brits have lost their lives. This film follows the journeys of parents as they investigate why their children went to join the Kurdish army in their fight against Isis. What led these young Brits to risk everything, travelling thousands of miles from home to wage war against the world’s most feared terrorist organisation, fighting someone else’s war? 

https://www.theguardian.com/world/ng-interactive/2019/apr/05/someone-elses-war-when-your-child-joins-the-war-against-isis-video

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Mister No se trazi urgentno

 

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Moldova is the least visited country in Europe. And so I came to its capital city Kishinev to see why...It did not take long to find the answer. Years of theft and corruption by politicians has left the locals of the country tripping up on broken pavements and walking past abandoned buildings on their way to collect their 40 Euro pensions.

 

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Kuriozitet.

 

 

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Why China is Building the World’s Biggest City

 

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Covek koji je putovao kada nije bilo turista:

 

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Nije baš dokumentarac, ali preporučujem HBO mini seriju Černobil (ima 5 epizoda, juče je poslednja izašla), odlično urađeno u svakom pogledu.

Jedino što bih drugačije napravila - snimila bih je na ruskom, al dobro sad.

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Nauru - An Island Country in South Pacific is in news for the bad living conditions in its Refugee Detention centers. The Island is also known for its high rate of poverty and unemployment. Only a few decades ago, the island was listed among world's richest countries while it was a major phosphate exporter but as the resources exhausted, the national systems started to fail. At some point in its history, the country became a hub of money laundering in order to generate income. The transition of this country from rags to riches and back to rags again is something you might never have heard before.

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The village of Shoina is spread over several tens of kilometres along the White Sea coast beyond the Arctic Circle and 1,400 kilometres north of Moscow. It was founded in 1930 as a huge base for the fishing industry, producing a variety of canned fish. The port hosted literally hundreds of cargo ships. Shoina was once a hive of activity: the locals grew crops and bred cattle. Songs and social occasions celebrating youth could be heard all through the night. Today though the settlement is on the brink of an ecological disaster. Deep-sea trawling has wiped out all sea bed vegetation causing a build-up of thousands of tons of sand which is blown onto the land by powerful arctic winds, obliterating houses and buildings. Even though Shoina's population is shrinking rapidly, some local people continue to stand against the dire effects of desertification: they eke out a living by fishing, growing scarce vegetables and, as if that wasn’t enough, they take charge of ensuring that their local weather station remains operational.

 

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Колико ли оваквих и сличних прича има у том Совјетском Савезу :)

Пише на Википедији да име села на Коми језику значи "гробље"...

Занимљиво где све људи и како живе, остају и опстају чистим случајем, јер су се ту нпр родили... ко би се преселио овамо икад... 

Edited by Relja

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