Ah, going to go to town on good documentaries now - been watching a lot of them recently, although most are disturbing and/or upsetting.
- The ones I mentioned the other day - Ukraine’s Forgotten Children (x) and Bulgaria’s Abandoned Children (x)
- The Bridge (x)
- Child of Rage (x)
- Dear Zachary (x)
- Titticut Follies (x) - can’t find the full movie on youtube, but it’s definitely online.
- The Act of Killing (x)
- A Place for Paedophiles (x - available on netflix)
- Blackfish (x)
- The Elephant in the Living Room (x) - this devastated me, I can’t stress how upsetting this is if you’re an animal lover.
- The City Addicted to Crystal Meth (x)
- The Dying Rooms (x)
- Genie : Secret of the Wild Child (x)
- Inside Broadmoor (x)
- Living in the Sewers of Colombia (x)
- Paradise Lost (x)
- The House I Live In (x)
- Cannibal Warlords of Liberia (x)
- Chernobyl Uncensored (x)
- Capturing the Friedmans (x)
- Bellevue Inside Out (x)
There are more I’m intending to watch, and probably a lot more than I can’t think of - there’s no real coherence there apart from the fact that everything covered is upsetting in one way or another, but they’re all incredible documentaries.
Fengdu is a ghost town situated on the the north bank of the Yantdze River. Completely abandoned, it is said to be a crossroad between the Earth and the underworld where demons can grab unaware souls. The city is also full of horrible statues portraying souls being tortured in various terrifying ways.
“all girls are catty to each other” myth actualy just statistical error. average girl is nice to other girls. Regina Georg, who goes to high school & insults over 10,000 girls each day, is an outlier adn should not have been counted
i think i’m going to take a hiatus soon, so sry to all the people who are avid rebloggers.