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In 1956, geologist Marion King Hubbard proposed the peak oil theory: Once easily extractable oil reserves are depleted, demand will exceed supply and the natural-gas-dependent global economy will eventually collapse. This documentary argues that Hubbard was correct, drawing upon the testimony of a wide range of experts, concluding oil supplies will peak by 2020 and that alternative energy solutions will not be found quickly enough to provide a viable alternative.Stream Full Movie
This documentary examine China's rapidly changing economy by focusing on the construction of the Three Gorges Dam. For the government, the dam stands as a symbol of progress; but it displaces hundreds of families during its creation. Following local teenagers Chen Bo Yu and Yu Shi, who work on one of the Western cruise lines that sails up the Yangtze near the dam, the film details the friction in Chinese society as its citizens struggle with the realities of its new consumer capitalism.Stream Full Movie
Cameras follow investigative journalists as they expose corporate and government deception, following in the footsteps of American journalist I.F. Stone.Stream Full Movie
In 1967, experimental filmmaker Jorgen Leth created a striking short film, "The Perfect Human," starring a man and women sitting in a box while a narrator poses questions about their relationship and humanity. Years later, Danish director Lars von Trier made a deal with Leth to remake the film five times, each under a different set of circumstances and with von Trier's strictly prescribed rules. As Leth completes each challenge, von Trier creates ever more elaborate rules for the contest.Stream Full Movie
Filmmaker James D. Scurlock examines the outrageous practices that consumer-lending and credit-card companies use to rack up huge profits while bleeding customers dry.Stream Full Movie
Using a wealth of different sources, Robert Greenwald investigates the motives and pretexts of the administration of former President George W. Bush for going to war in Iraq after 9/11. Greenwald's film dissects the different catalysts leading to the war, from the media's treatment of the issue to the practice of "data mining." A panel of experts lend their voices to this examination, including CIA analysts, a former CIA director, previous ambassadors and a weapons inspector.Stream Full Movie
From a high-tech workshop in Germany to battle-torn regions of Iraq and Afghanistan, this documentary follows the adventures of Fidelis Cloer, a man who sells armored vehicles to political leaders and well-connected businessmen. Cloer's business thrives when his clients feel at their most vulnerable, and he seems resigned to the fact that he makes most of his money during wartime. His latest challenge is devising a vehicle that can withstand roadside explosives that begin to dot Iraqi highways.Stream Full Movie