This is a BBC documentary on the life of George Orwell, author of two of the most acclaimed satires ever written, Animal Farm and 1984. Equally significant, but far less known, is the author’s dramatic journey through life and the extremes of his experiences. Put all this together with the highest skills of film making, and you have one of the most compelling and poignant documentaries you will ever see. Broadcast in 2003.
Post Views: 2,260 4.8 (198) This is the personal testimony of Kitty Werthmann who saw Hitler’s rise to power in pre-war Austria. He did not conquer by force. He was eagerly welcomed by the people […]
Post Views: 3,422 5 (254) This address by G. Edward Griffin delivered on April 3, 1969 is as current as today’s headlines. Drawing entirely from Communist literature and training manuals, he shows that the Leninist […]
Post Views: 706 4.9 (70) This documentary, written by G. Edward Griffin in 1965, was forgotten for many years, but is far from out of date. It reveals lessons and insights that could not have […]