The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Not everyone is an unalloyed fan of Ollivier, but it's hard not to admire his effectiveness.
It's just as thrilling as it is edifying.
That rare documentary that both augments the historical record and is paced like a thriller.
If you're not steeped in the recent history of southern Africa, the timeline can prove hard to follow.
Plot for Peace proves enthralling.
Here is an intriguing documentary, with some impressive talking heads, all about the secret history of South Africa and the end of apartheid.
All the major players are interviewed and the directors of Plot for Peace are canny enough to allow the arguments that still remain to get equal airing.
A surprising reassessment of troubled times.
Illuminating, but too dry and exhausting.
Revisionist history doc chronicles Frenchman's secret role in toppling Apartheid.
Unless you think bored rich men who want to place themselves at the centre of history are intrinsically virtuous, Plot For Peace will leave you fizzing with frustration.
This documentary prises out French (but Algerian-born) businessman Jean-Yves Ollivier into the light and reveals the remarkable role he played in the end of apartheid.
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