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Big Easy Express

Big Easy Express

in American Documentaries

The opening scene of this music documentary is surprisingly fluid and arresting: We follow a young woman as she walks joyful, almost dancing, through a train. As she inexorably advances through the wagons, she runs into a wide array of musicians before finally joining her own band mates. This girl is a member of the Los Angeles-based psychedelic group Edward […]

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Reportero

Reportero

in Mexican Documentaries

When watching documentaries, people tend to mostly assess the work based on the strength of the subject. They value the content more than the format and if a documentary delivers a powerful or emotional message, they will embrace it without paying much attention to the vehicle itself. Reportero is one of those films that definitely affect spectators. Using the story […]

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