Five tribesmen from a remote South Pacific island travel 10,000 miles to observe the natives of a strange and exotic land , Britain and USA. Armed with video cameras and warm clothes, five South Pacific islanders travel around the UK recording their experiences of living with representatives of the three ‘tribes’ of Britain: the Working Class, the Middle Class, and the Upper Class. What the natives say: “People from England and USA come here and see about us. But what if we go to them and live in their tribes and learn their customs?"
Psychologists, teachers and school nurses criticize the unhealthy culture surrounding our children, where marketing and advertising are targeting younger and younger audiences and bombarding them with sexual and sexist images. Bissonnette’s documentary analyzes the hypersexualization of our environment and its noxious effects on young people. Sexy Inc. suggests various ways of countering hypersexualization and the eroticization of childhood and invites us to rally against this worrying phenomenon.
Caution: R: rated
The era of smog-filled skies will be over, because fewer of us will be driving cars. There will no longer be the use for cars and roads as we’ll be piloting environmentally friendly personal vehicles between cities and under the seas. And we will never be lost again thanks to GPS-driven virtual mapping. Then again, with teleportation we will not need to travel at all.
A therapist teaches drinking urine, a Papua New Guinea woman breast feeds a pig, and organ trade thrives in the Philippines.
This documentary uncovers a surreal new world where nine-year-olds get fake tans and seven-year-olds wear contact lenses. This film follows three girls and their mothers in the lead up to the big event, and as they prepare to dazzle the judges the real reasons why they are all desperate to be crowned Mini Miss become apparent.