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    Just, Melvin: Just Evil (2000)

    Just, Melvin: Just Evil is a 2000 American documentary by James Ronald Whitney about his grandfather, Melvin Just, and the devastating consequences of the sexual abuse Just inflicted on their family. Whitney, at the time a Wall Street executive, returns to his rural hometown of Carlotta, California, and interviews his family members about his […]

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    Kid Criminals (2015)

    ‘Kid Criminals’ is all about rehabilitation in an Indiana prison, it’s about erasing an action that may otherwise, destroy these kid’s futures. Although, perhaps that in itself is a bit of an oxymoron, as deleting a prison sentence on paper, certainly doesn’t hold up against this televised admittance of their crimes. Despite the confused […]

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    Killer in the Woods (2003)

    On the evening of 26 November 2000, Leeds teenager Leanne Tiernan, 16, was on her way home when she disappeared. Studying for her GCSEs, Tiernan had been shopping for Christmas gifts in the city with her friend, Sarah Whitehouse. The girls had shared a bus ride into the suburb of Bramley and parted near […]

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    Laura Cowan: Against Their Will (2016)

    Laura Cowan, the former wife of polygamist Mansa Musa Muhummed, will speak out on TV One’s crime documentary Justice By Any Means. Many will remember the story of Laura Cowan, who came forward after being sexually assaulted, brutally beaten, and forced to live in squalor with over 12 children in a filthy garage in […]

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    Lindsay Lohan’s Indian Journey (2010)

    Lindsay Lohan’s Indian Journey is a 2010 British documentary film directed and produced by Maninderpal Sahota. It is presented and narrated by American actress Lindsay Lohan. In the hour long documentary, Lohan talks to victims of human trafficking in Delhi, Kolkata and a village in West Bengal. She also talks to a former trafficker, […]

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    Louis Theroux: Savile (2016)

    Louis Theroux is cycling in circles in a furniture-free room in his house. “Come and look at my exercise bike,” he calls out to Jimmy Savile, who’s visiting. Then they’re sitting in the garden together. Jimmy – wearing skimpy shorts, string vest, gold plastic mirror glasses and inevitable cigar – is playing the guitar. […]

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    Me Facing Life: Cyntoia’s Story (2011)

    The story is about Cyntoia Brown having been sentenced to life for killing Johnny Allen, a 43-year-old man. Brown had been forced into prostitution by her abusive boyfriend and claimed that she was afraid that she was going to be killed by Allen. Cyntoia Brown, the subject of the documentary, had been given up […]

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    Mea Culpa! Under the Mask of Cologne (2016)

    In the current refugee crisis, Germany has been welcoming asylum seekers, assuming the role of humanitarian superpower. However, as the problem deepens, increasing numbers of Germans are becoming more anxious about their new neighbours. Germany’s widely reported sexual assaults of New Year’s Eve allegedly carried out by refugees against women simply added to the […]

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    Mea Maxima Culpa: Silence in the House of God (2012)

    The film follows documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney as he examines the abuse of power in the Catholic Church system through the story of four deaf men — Terry Kohut, Gary Smith, Pat Kuehn and Arthur Budzinski — who set out to expose the priest who abused them during the mid-1960s. Each of the men […]

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    Meet the Fokkens (2011)

    Meet Louise and Martine Fokkens: 69-year-old identical twins who have worked as prostitutes in Amsterdam’s red light district for over 50 years. Louise is newly retired due to arthritis ( I couldn’t get one leg over the other ), but Martine carries on, unable to support herself on a state pension. Between explicit scenes […]