POV: Season 3 (1990)


Season 3

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Air date: Jun 26, 1990

A provocative documentary about three female convicts who served time in an underground prison in Kentucky. The three prisoners were convicted of politically motivated "nonviolent" crimes, and charge they were subjected to inhumane conditions. Susan Sarandon narrates.

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Air date: Jul 3, 1990

"Metamorphosis: Man into Woman," filmed over a three-year period, chronicles the transformation of an artist who believes "he is a woman, trapped in a man's body." Before he can be accepted for "sex reassignment" surgery, he must demonstrate that he can live as a woman for at least one year.

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Air date: Jul 10, 1990

1. "On Ice" offers an irreverent look at cryonics---the practice of freezing a dead body for possible future resuscitation. 2. "Larry Wright" profiles a self-taught teen drummer. Filmmakers: Grover Babcock, Andrew Takeuchi ("On Ice"); Ari Marcopoulus, Maja Zrnic ("Larry Wright").

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Air date: Jul 17, 1990

"Letter to the Next Generation" looks at college life at Ohio's Kent State 20 years after four students were killed by National Guardsmen during an antiwar demonstration. Included: comments by teachers and students.

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Air date: Jul 24, 1990

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Air date: Jul 31, 1990

A study of three "Police Chiefs" in Los Angeles, Minneapolis and Houston and their daily job pressures. Included: drug busts, police-citizen confrontations and SWAT raids. A 1989 film by Alan and Susan Raymond ("Police Tapes").

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Air date: Aug 7, 1990

In Ahmedabad, India, Kamala and Raji are two women fighting for equal rights and trying to persuade other workers to unionize. They believe that a better future is possible "if we get rid of the fear [of men] in our own minds."

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Air date: Aug 14, 1990

"Golub" and "Days of Waiting" depict two American artists: Leon Golub; and Estelle Peck Ishigo (1899-1990), whose drawings capture life in a World War II U.S. internment camp, where she lived with her Japanese-American husband.

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Air date: Aug 21, 1990

"Going Up," "Green Streets" and "Hugo and the Blue Whale" reveal the rhythms of urban life, including a time-lapse view of a skyscraper's construction; a look at New York community gardens; and a wry portrait of the Pacific Design Center in Los Angeles.

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Air date: Aug 28, 1990

Christian Blackwood's "Motel" profiles "people in motels," including three divorcées who run one in Santa Fe (N.M.); three guests at a motel near the Arizona State Prison; and a couple who took over a ghost-town hotel.

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