Not what we normally do, but I just wanted to share a cool film, It Felt Like a Kiss by Adam Curtis. Okay, okay, so why share it here? Well, there's its attention to conspiracy, its sense of whimsy, it's suggestiveness. And there's the way the director plucks (or perhaps strings & manufacturers) a narrative thread from a pile of data/footage; his selective attention and creative interpretation, presented as if voicing the silenced ... And, well, shit, I dunno foax, hows 'bout you stop being so by god lazy and watch it for your own damn self and then you tell me what the hell you think for a change, huh? Huh!?! How's about that for change, yeah?!?
Sorry, sorry, got a little carried away there. Anyhow, this here's the by goddest documentary I seen in a awhile. Hope you dig it, too.