Documentary and older films are a
... I love watching them, but sometimes find them a bit difficult to find. Maybe you have this problem as well.
Ideally, I'd like to watch them for free, but I'm totally happy to pay for the privilege of watching, if I can find a reasonable price.
Usually, when I see a reference to a documentary I want to watch, I jot the name down on a slip of paper. Then, a few days, weeks (or years!) later, I try to find them online.
Sometimes I admit that my writing isn't as careful as it should be, so I end up having to search for films whose names might not be exactly right.
But this is something we all face--finding something that's relatively obscure, and perhaps with a little error that crept in along the way.
Can you find these films so I can watch them online?
1. Garlic is as Good as Ten Mothers. I know this is by Les Blank, it's about garlic, and maybe it's about motherhood, but that's all I know.
2. Metropolis. Not a documentary, but a super famous German expressionist film from 1927. Can you find it online?
3. The Disappearing Cape Breton Violinist. My handwriting was shaky on this one, so the title might be a little off. I'd still like to watch it, though. Can you find a link to an online video of this?
Note that I don't want to see the trailers for these movies, but the actual full-length production.
As always, I'm interested in HOW you found these videos of these. Tell us so we can all learn!
Are there videos that you'd like to see that YOU find difficult to locate? Bring them up here, perhaps the crack SRS team can help you out!
P.S. The math analysis of the shadow-date-time problem will be my next post early next week.