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HyperNormalisation: Adam Curtis explains how, at a time of confusing and inexplicable world events, politicians and the people they represent have retreated in to a damaging over-simplified version of what is happening.

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Ratings: IMDB: 8.4/10 Metascore: N/A RT: N/A
Released: October 16, 2016
Runtime: 166 mins
Genres: Documentary
Countries: UK
Director: Adam Curtis
Actors: No Famous Actors

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Posted by SuggestionBox 4 weeks ago
+7 | +21 / -14

This is 2hrs and 40min of the BBC hypocritically pointing their bony, accusing fingers at everything and everyone else for the world being in the state it's in. They point at everyone but themselves, as though they were the bastions of truth and civilization! They're no less corrupt, biased, controlling and thieving as the rest of the media, governments, big business, world banks, secret societies and political parties of the world. This ''documentary'' is the arrogant pot calling the kettle black.

Posted by britflix 4 weeks ago
+4 | +14 / -10

I totally agree with everything "Suggestionbox" says....I'll also state that the BBC is nothing more than a propaganda machine, kissing the backsides of the tory government.The task of the BBC is to ensure pro-war media coverage, it helps lying politicians to carry out illegal wars. The BBC spreads Islamophobia, covers up for peadophiles, and is nothing more than gutter journalism. For these reasons, i refuse to buy a TV licence. I will not help fund, a lying corrupt disgusting organisation like the BBC.

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Posted by SlabTzu 2 weeks ago ( Edited 2 weeks ago )
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Along time ago, I tried the journalism thing. I remember coming back to a hostile in Jerusalem after being prevented to cross a military roadblock full of Israeli snipers and meeting children who said their older 13 year old brother and his 14 year old friend were just murdered by those snipers, just 40 minutes ago, and hearing the BBC refer to the two dead boys as "Islamic fundamentalist extremists from the terrorist organization of Hamas". There was no mention of them being children or how the abandoned UN outpost was shot up by Israeli bullets and how the entire town was bulldozed, leaving behind surviving children holding up in the rubble. The only thing BBC is good for is Dr. Who, and just barely. Who knows what other extreme evil shit has the BBC covered up. Apologies for going off topic, I was relating with the comments here. This documentary is pretty good and very odd. Though BBC is a part of that machine it tries to tackle here, it does a good job attempting to put a finger on it. It says often no one has any solutions, but it skipped the "Green new deal" which has been proposed by Jill Stein since 2012 and again in 2016. Obviously BBC with this documentary are also part of this machine designed to keep everyone from knowing what's really going on. As some of the comments mentioned before, it really is BBC the pot calling the kettle black.

Posted by Coq 3 weeks ago
+2 | +2 / -0

The vitriol in 2016 is staggering. Hate EVERYTHING and EVERYONE... BELIEVE NOTHING... There are, however, valid points made by Adam Curtis (who happens to work at the BBC and directed this and other important docs). This is not some sanctioned propaganda like some above would have you believe. Judge for yourself.

Posted by antioph 4 weeks ago
+0 | +7 / -7

they make some good nature doc though thats the only thing worth watch but only when uploaded on the web and i dont have to pay to watch

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