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  • Warrendale

    For this striking cinema verite documentary (1967), Canadian filmmaker Allan King spent eight weeks observing children and counselors at a Toronto facility for emotionally disturbed children; its director, Dr. Martin Fischer, advocated an experimental therapy in which the children were physically held down during their tantrums and forced to articulate what they were feeling. more...
  • We Live in Public

    Tagged "the Warhol of Web TV," online entrepreneur Josh Harris used the wealth he accumulated as founder of the webcasting site Pseudo.com to stage forward-looking and ultimately nightmarish human experiments in digital media. more...
  • The Wages of Fear (NR)

    In Henri-Georges Clouzot's 1953 suspense classic, four out-of-work Europeans (Yves Montand, Charles Vanel, Folco Lulli, Peter Van Eyck), trapped in a squalid South American village that's exploited by a U.S. oil company, agree to drive two truckloads of nitroglycerine over 300 miles of primitive roads in exchange for $2,000 each—if they survive. more...