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  1. Anxious Girl

    Awesome Quiverfull Documentary

    Has anybody seen this? If not; I'm surprised! It's really good, and should go viral.
  2. A great documentary from 2009 that looks at contemporary conservative Kansas as well as the socialist roots of the state. It is filmed during the 2008 elections. I definitely recommend it, free on Hulu. Has any one here seen the film? edited to add: One of the individuals in the film is a SODRT girl, who goes off to Patrick Henry, a small segment is film at PH. Mom brags on camera that PH has more interns working in the White House than Harvard... You go get to see inside shots of the Creation Museum This pretty much provided the sum total of the film's humor. Within the CM there is one shot of a female robotic that, I swear has Jingers eyes and hair. I almost spewed I was laughing so hard. If you are looking for the radical history of Kansas in this film you won't find it here. If you want to learn about some of it including the Populist movement this film gives you good jumping off points. It's well filmed and edited.
  3. xDreamerx

    Born Hutterite

    This is a documentary I found about a colony and some people who have left it. It was produced by the National Film Board in 1997 and it looks even older than that. But I thought some might enjoy it. http://vimeo.com/12686780
  4. This show starts at 11 tonight - its a 2010 show that I recall as being pretty good. It also airs at 4PM tuesday 5/15
  5. MarciaBrady

    Favorite documentary

    I love watching documentaries, especially ones that are about history. And I'm looking for some new suggestions. What is your favorite documentary? My favorite is Not For Ourselves Alone. It's about Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony and their contributions to the suffrage movement.
  6. I remember my cousin telling me about how she and Kirk were discussing about making a movie together. I didn't think much of it, because this was a couple of years ago, and I thought the idea was a flop. Well, I saw a commercial for it during the previews of the Hunger Games. So I search IMDB to find that yes, she was the producer (well, one out of three- including Kirk) !! Okay, so what is the snark against him? I honestly didn't even know he was that conservative until I joined freejinger. So jingerites, please fill me in, so I can talk to my cousin about him, knowing full well what kind of person he is. I want to hear her side too, since she knows him so well. Then I'll pass the word on. Oh and do me a favor... Please don't put her full name on here in case somehow she finds this by google search or something. I'm the only dancer in the family Edit: I just took out the IMDB link to the movie.
  7. I was just wondering if there was anywhere I could watch this documentary in full online for free? Is it too good to be true?
  8. I have seen the two documentaries with Louis Theroux about the Westboro Baptist church and was wondering if you know of any others?
  9. luckylassie

    Legend of Boggy Creek

    I was watching youtube a few days ago and came across a "docudrama" from the 70's that takes place in Arkansas (coincidence?) Anyway, the supposed documentary told of a southern version of the loch ness monster that terrorized the town of Fauk Arkansas (where Arkansas and Texas meet). The monster was seven feet tall, hairy, and almost human looking. Anyway next time your on you tube you might look it up. It's pretty creepy.
  10. I am fascinated by Mormons. When I was in third grade we had to pick a city to do a project on and for some reason I chose Salt Lake City. About a year later my family went on vacation to the mountain west (mostly to places like Yellowstone and Glacier) and we flew into Salt Lake City. We visited Temple Square and my mother told me that I should be wary of the fact that people might try and convert me (which I found really, really strange because I don't think I had a clue what missionaries were as we Jews tend not to have such things). Ever since the information I have learned about Mormonism has seemed utterly preposterous and just so mysterious that that I just want to understand what is going on. More than anything else, it strikes me as so amazing that so many members of what looks on the outside to be a cult are productive and otherwise normal members of society. So while trying to find information about Mormons online I stumbled across this Frontline documentary about Mormons. It's possible to view the whole thing online and I was raised with the liberal value of fondness towards public radio and television. So I decided to watch it. Being a huge history nerd, I was particularly enthralled with the first half which is about the history of Mormons up through the end of the nineteenth century. Generally, I thought it was a very interesting, well-done, and fair documentary. I'd recommend it. I was wondering if anybody else here had seen the documentary and what they thought. Particularly Mormons or former-Mormons. TL;DR: You should see this documentary and if you have, what do you think? http://www.pbs.org/mormons/view/
  11. Ok, so I looked at the blog where the "Bethroted" documentary trailer that was posted here on FJ originated from. I have many, many questions... They don't seem like the wacko "Jews for Jesus" that harass pedestrians all over North America's downtowns, they believe that Jesus (called "Yeshua") is the Messiah but they do the Sabbath on saturdays, women wear head-coverings all the time, men wear beards, they have large families (obviously) although the one that does the blog doesn't shy away from adopting as they have 2 little black daughters among the other "bred" kids. They have the "stepping on glass in a cloth" yelling Mazel Tov during their wedding ceremonies, and they seem to live life like Mennonites or Brethrens. Unlike other fundies they love to dance... So, who are they, and what to they call their denomination? The woman writing the blog seems to come from a fairly secular background (she was a chef in a French bistro in San Francisco before marrying, so I guess that she converted or something). I'll put the link to that blog later tonight. They don't date nor court, they do the "bethrotal". I don't get it. Either you're a Jew, or if you believe that Jesus is the Messiah then you're a Christian. You can't have the best of both worlds... ETA the link homeshalom.blogspot.com/2011/12/betrothed-video-give-away.html
  12. I just watched Divided the movie, which is about the family integrated church movement. I recently saw the news special on the Bates,Jueb family(sorry I can't remember which one). I also watch a news special on the Plears that was really insightful on there ideas about "training" a child. I was wondering if anyone else could direct me to any other documentary style episodes or movies. Or perhaps a previous thread? thanks *google, divided the movie, and you can watch it for free on vimeo. *virgin daughters is also free on you tube, its about the purity movement and sahd. * I want to see Daddy I do, but can't find it online.
  13. I received this from Wendy Duncan, a social worker and former graduate of SW Baptist Theological Seminary, a survivor of a Bible-based cult, and book author ("I Cant Hear God Anymore" -- Read more at dallascult.com). They offer a support group in Dallas once a month, and I'm told that they now have people attending there that came out of both Vision Forum and Voddie Baucham's church. (Hooray!) She's going to be on MSNBC on Sunday night, for those who can watch, talking about Teen Mania. I'd love for everyone on the planet to watch this. FJers will especially appreciate it. Doug and Wendy are both very involved in the anti-cult movement which focuses on the psychological manipulation/thought reform that recruits and keeps people in cults, with the Christian ones of special interest to them. All of these types of religious groups use the same tactics, and members experience the same types of problems, so it would be very helpful to anyone who has been involved in QF/P, ATI, VF, etc.
  14. I spent a few hours watching all of these. I really had no idea how the Amish communities worked and what they believed until I saw these. It is a six part BBC documentary and then a follow up documentary: and the follow up, Leaving Amish Paradise: Edited to add I really felt sorry for that poor family. Living the Amish life didn't make them happy, or prepare them for living pretty much anywhere else. They were so used to being told what to do and not to questions, they were unprepared to make their own decisions, and seemed to fall right into the Evangelical church.
  15. luckylassie

    Quiverful of It

    I saw a video on you tube after the other quiverfull documentary. The title was Quiverfull of It-Fundie Baby Factories. It was quite interesting.
  16. Deleted04

    Quiverful Brits Documentary

    http://documentaryheavendotcom/deborah- ... nt-of-god/ (The ending is WEIRD) A documentary about 13-year-old Deborah Drapper, who, unlike other British teens has never heard of Britney Spears or Victoria Beckham. She has been brought up in a deeply Christian family and her parents have tried to make sure she and her ten brothers and sisters have grown up protected from the sins of the outside world. Deborah is a bright, confident girl who has big ambitions for her life and the film spends a summer with her as she ventures out in the world to see what life outside her family could be and starts putting her beliefs forward to a wider audience. Here are some more fundie related docs http://documentaryheavendotcom/the-virgin-daughters/ http://documentaryheavendotcom/louis-th ... istianity/ http://documentaryheavendotcom/the-tria ... d-haggard/ http://documentaryheaven.dotcom/the-fundamentalists/ http://documentaryheavendotcom/friends-of-god/ http://documentaryheavendotcom/america% ... in-crisis/ http://documentaryheavendotcom/why-i-am ... christian/
  17. Has anyone else seen this documentary on Westbro? I made it through the whole thing and I was disgusted within the first minute. ugh...I need some brain bleach!
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