Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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It's like we're seeing a home movie, except this home movie is taking us on a whirlwind tour through the late 1960s and early 1970s.
Can't-miss viewing for culture heads.
Concise and informative ...
Extraordinary stranger-than-fiction story.
Worth watching for this pioneering New York video collective's frontline-reportage from the counterculture wars of 1969-71.
...offers a useful reminder of how the news world changed with the 1967 introduction of the Sony Portapak, a compact audio/video recording system that allowed recording of simultaneous sound and video for immediate playback.
Some subcultures stay buried for a reason, although it can be fun to trace their ruins.
Retrieves, preserves & showcases visual history of group's lively experiments outside broadcast TV....Anyone interested in how the revolution was televised will want to see.
Here Come The Videofreex winds up being a savvy, messy meditation on the beauty of advocacy journalism, the failure of the TV networks and the power of the media - especially when it gets into the right hands.
It's all fascinating stuff. The footage found within... is incredible and includes on-the-ground coverage from protests, marches, and riots that is equally thrilling, shocking, and powerful.
A provocative documentary look at one of the many revolutions of the American Sixties.
A touching remembrance of people using technology to do the right thing.
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