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George Orwell's futuristic, dystopian tale set in a post-atomic war London in which protagonist Winston Smith's job is to re-write history under the watchful gaze of "Big Brother" whose presence inhibits love and individualistic expression.
Stanley Kubrick's classic movie about an imprisoned sadistic gang leader, who participates in a behavior-modification program that works, leaving him helpless against his former victims.
Made in 1942, this movie hasn't lost its magic and has a message in these days, too. Always on the top, the film has a special charm with its ingenious ambiguities, intricate love stories, and moral challenges. Casablanca is a must for every generation.
A documentary on the 1989 Romanian Revolution, this one-hour film is a great example of 'living in a historical moment" - and looking back to it. How many of us realize these rare moments in our own lives?
A documentary about the fast food industry on a social experiment attempting to survive on food from McDonald's for a month, of interest not only to nutrition or food science students, but anyone with food anxiety.
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