Fighting in the Age of Loneliness: Supercut edition (2018) [1:56:38]
Throughout its history, mixed martial arts have served as a refuge for people disillusioned and confounded by the world at large. People who just want to find some measure of escape within the honesty of primal combat, even if only for a few hours on a Saturday night. It’s no accident that the sport has become so massively popular in such a lonely time.

In 2010, Danish director Mads Brugger received an email from a stranger who had seen a documentary he had made about North Korea. He asked if Mads would be interested in making a new film about his quest to become a member of his local North Korean 'friendship' association in Denmark to enable him to travel to Pyongyang undercover. There are Korean Friendship Associations (KFA) in countries around the world, and their members, bizarrely, are devoted to the glorification of the world's last totalitarian communist dictatorship.

> In the summer of 2017, in the Toronto neighbourhood of Parkdale, over 300 tenants living across 12 apartment buildings went on rent strike to protest a wave of rent increases that would have displaced members of their community. Through months of organizing and a series of escalating actions, working-class people took on the biggest corporate landlord in their neighbourhood… and won. In an age where gentrification is rapidly transforming the nature and demographics of working-class neighbourhoods in cities across the world, pushing out poorer tenants, people on fixed incomes, immigrant communities and other long-term residents, the story of the Parkdale rent strike offers an important and practical lesson on how we can organize with our neighbours to fight back.

The documentary about Elisa Lam
Truth be told, it's a heavyweight documentary that mix history, psychology and crime. It's not easy to follow, but with a strong attention over the mental health care, the Netflix documentary becomes to me, a fine piece of work. What do you think?

A chronicle of New York's drag scene in the 1980s, focusing on balls, voguing and the ambitions and dreams of those who gave the era its warmth and vitality.

A satirical look at colonization and the relations between Aboriginal Australians and Australians of European descent. Alternative Y**Tube link here:

Feels Good Man - the Sundance award-winning documentary
"Artist Matt Furie, creator of the comic character Pepe the Frog, begins an uphill battle to take back his iconic cartoon image from those who used it for their own purposes." [1] Just watched this today and as someone who managed to stay away from 4chan all these years it was a very insightful look into the origins of the meme. 1. Summary retrieved from [](

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