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Maier died in 2009, so we'll never know for sure why she hid her talents from the world, but Maloof raises provocative questions about the relationship between art, artist, and audience. But this one-man show follows its twists and turns down the rabbit hole of Yarris' life story; he's a functionally illiterate man who ends up giving himself a complete education while he sits on death row. As his father and grandmother are in no shape to handle the physical labor of the farm, Johnny takes care of it, stumbling each evening into drinking and loveless flings with other men. Reposts are not only allowed, but are encouraged to some extent. He's long suffered from digestive issues, and he wants to know if replacing all the bacteria in his body with those of a donor will provide relief. The beauty is that it's also a powerfully empathic film for the cause of trans rights. The huge selection of movies and shows can be overwhelming.
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Slickly written and painfully honest, BoJack makes a fresh case for why adults should take more animated shows seriously. But then the limb's owner shows up. The troubling story of Tilikum touched a nerve with the public, and led to a real-world impact on SeaWorld's bottom line. This is not a supercut of news and home-video clips; Lindsay and Martin craft an impeccable experiential history, reminding us that their , is very similarly a brilliant work of editing. It's a low-commitment way to find some new comics you might enjoy, and the perfect length if you're looking for something fun and quick to watch that isn't another sitcom rerun. The Godfather is also a masterpiece of directing; the famous baptism scene, in which a series of assassinations are juxtaposed with the baptism of a child, is a showcase for the power of editing.
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