Using animation and archival film footage, the film suggests that the world is not only changing but is going to go under a complete upheaval. All these ideas are framed in the context of a dark comedic tone, which presents its somber ideas through a smart and engaging satire.
The 2012 US presidential and congressional elections were the most expensive in history, costing six billion dollars.
As a US default looms, this documentary explores the bitter divide between Republicans and Democrats. Tea Party logic and obstinacy has come to define politics on the hill. The question is, whatever happened to the Republican Party?
The central premise of the film is that the United States Government was, at the very least, criminally negligent in allowing the attacks of September 11th, 2001 to occur.
The filmmaker talks to scientists and other experts on weather and atmospheric science who dispute the claim that global warming is a scam.
The documentary film focuses on Christopher Hitchens' charges against Henry Kissinger as a war criminal - allegations documented in Hitchens' book of the same title - based on his role in countries such as Cambodia, Chile, and Indonesia.
Obsession: Radical Islam's War Against the West features footage from Arab television outlets with interviews which are compared with newsreel images of terrorist actions staged by the PLO and other groups in an effort to show parallels between hate-based groups of the past and the current mood among Islamic extremists. Obsession also includes interviews with guerilla fighters, former Hitler Youth members, and terrorist operatives as they discuss the role and function of extremist political and religious groups.
But Peter is also a Dutch. He lives in the small flat Holland with its unique liberal mindset. You could say that Holland is his country, but what is a country anyway? A country is its people, very different mixed people that have something in common that is unique. They share a culture, books, common memory, etc. Maybe you'll see him as nationalist but in fact there are many things he doesn't like about his country... like early dinner times, crappy music, the Royal Family or carnivals.