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PBS/Frontline covering the Covid situation
Ritual. It's a scary movie, but if I tell you why I know it's right up your alley, that will spoil the surprise.
I loved it! Just scary enough for a few jumps
One of my favorite documentaries is How to Die in Oregon. It’s about death, which obviously we see a ton on this site, but instead of dying a preventable death to own the libs, its about people who are terminally ill taking their fate into their own hands and using the program available under the Death with Dignity law to end their own pain. It’s thought provoking, and is a wonderful tribute to the those who take advantage of the program and the people who work so hard making sure they don’t have to suffer indignity and pain that they can avoid. It’s nice to see healthcare workers portrayed the way they deserve to be when they do everything they can for their patients.
How to Survive a Plague(2012)
Six Feet from Stardom(2013)
My Octopus Teacher(2020)
3801 Lancaster:American Tragedy(2015)