I'm going to be holding a discussion of this movie at my church in two weeks.
So while I set up the second discussion at Newsvine to be on the Dixie Chicks
documentary I think it'd make some sense to also do this discussion.
So if you want to wait until August to watch and discuss this that's fine. But I'll be ready
to start discussing it in about one week.
It's an excellent movie because... well,I explained it over here a bit ,:
"I have been giving thought to what it is that connects the documentaries that I like and enjoy the most. This is, obviously, subjective, but to me I think the common thread among my favorite documentaries is having the directors treating those in the movie in an empathetic, not sympathetic, way."
This doesn't treat Jonestown as a freakshow but instead looks into what happend, how
it developed, how it impacted those still alive, etc.