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The state of being true that is in accordance with fact or reality, that is the definition of truth whereas reality is the state of things that actually exist as opposed to an idealistic or notional idea of them. Now, documentaries
they are meant to be based off the truth right? Theyre meant to show us both sides of the story arent they? You think you can trust that the people that make the documentaries because theyre meant to be…...
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A documentary, “Bowling for Columbine,” centers around the shootings in America. It has a focus on the Columbine Massacre for a portion, using real footage of the shooting. This essay analyzes an alternate poster for the movie. Our poster, we believe was made in France, due to the way the words looked. It had the colours of the American flag. This drew attention to the fact that it focussed on the shootings in that area. It was also surprising, because…...
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Bowling for Columbine
Michael Moore has created some of this century's most provocative films, including Roger & Me, The Big One, and Bowling for Columbine.These three films hold one thing in common: They are all non-fiction.If they were to be labeled into one genre, or if one were to search for them in a video store,'documentary' commonly associated with these films.Moore's most recent film, Bowling for Columbine, won the Best Documentary Oscar at the 2003 Academy Awards.But what exactly is a documentary, and…...
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