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  • Capitol Punishment 2021

      IMDB:9.9

    Actor Nick Searcy was at the January 6th rally and provides never before seen footage of the January 6th rally. Searcy interviews Proud Boys president EnriqueTarrio, and others who were arrested in SWAT-style dawn FBI raids for being at the event. The documentary also featured recordings of Ashli Babbitt at the rally minutes before her murder, and interviews with her husband after her death, as well as interviews with rally goers who were held in solitary confinement without bail or a trial for several months, and are now awaiting trial, in most cases having rejected plea deals, in early 2022. Searcy provides footage showing the size of the crowd, showing Capitol Hill police removing barricades and inviting rally goers into the Capitol, and footage of people who led the trespass changing gear behind trees and Bushes, perhaps to be identified with groups other than who they came with. The role of FBI informants is discussed by former and current FBI and DEA agents. Searcy also interviews former military and FBI officials who contend the trespass at the Capitol was orchestrated by people within the government in order to create a useful political narrative.

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  • The Reenactment 2021

      IMDB:9.9

    A film crew working on a TV show like "Unsolved Mysteries" who get more than they bargained for when they arrive at what's supposed to be an abandoned house in the mid 90s.

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  • 24 Hours at the South Street Diner 2012

      IMDB:9.6

    In Boston, the city that brought us Cheers, there really is a place where the staff know all the regulars by name. But it's not a bar, it's a downtown diner that's been there since the 1940s and has become a historical and cultural icon. 24 Hours At The South Street Diner introduces a diverse group of waiters, regulars, late-night revelers and local celebrities who call Boston's only 24/7 restaurant home. They share stories of why this tiny diner means so much to the neighborhood and the city of Boston and how it's survived fires, bankruptcies and even an attempt to revoke its late night license. —Anonymous

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