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The power of 20 years of propaganda

911: How can it be that a man like Spike Lee believed so strongly that New York's Twin Towers and Building 7 were taken down with explosives that he wanted to spend the last 30 minutes of his documentary series exploring, if not defending, such a view? ?

Do the right thing

Spike Lee: NYC EPICENTERS 911-> 2021½

911: Spike Lee's documentary series, which is now running on HBONordic, is a comprehensive depiction of New York – interspersed with memories, stories and insights from eyewitnesses to the city's largest terrorist attack.

HUXLEY'S DYSTOPIA: What would you rather be – happy or free?

Series creators: Grant Morrison, Brian Taylor, David Wiener: Brave New World

SCIENCE FICTION: The TV series based on Aldous Huxley's Brave New World contains – by including digital surveillance – also an essential element from George Orwell's dystopian vision of the future.

An attempt to lift Britain out of the Brexit trenches

Calypso Nicolaidis: Exodus, reckoning, sacrifice – Three meanings of Brexit

BREXIT: Exodus, reckoning, sacrifice offers a welcome and entertaining attempt to build a bridge and "reunite" a UK that is divided over Brexit.

Crazy in the streets of Jerusalem

Joseph Cedar: Our Boys

THE BOYS: Israeli docu-drama tackles the traumatic wave of violence and revenge that led to open war in the summer of 2014.

The Chernobyl disaster – a Soviet science fiction?

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THE ATOMIC DISASTER: As a magnificent docu-fiction, the miniseries Chernobyl is now shown on HBO. The series reveals that the Soviet authorities took a misunderstood line of reassurance. But the same thing happened in Norway.

Violence culture versus anarchism

Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy: Westworld – Season 2

: The TV series Westworld is a laboratory for civilizational experiments, with universal ethical dilemmas as a consequence.