Submitted by indo-dreaming on Thu, 11/20/2014 - 16:42
Indonesia is full of so many contradictions in so many different ways but this place takes the cake.
No spectacular scenes ?
......... yes, but very satisfying. There's a time for subtlety and restrained good taste. You know like Sydney's New Year fireworks. Not.
Found this new channel on Youtube the other day, if you like Doccos that are on worldwide crime, poverty, political, war, gangs etc
Then you will dig it..kinda like Vice but IMHO better less wanna be cool hipster drug doccos.
Watched this one yesterday, good example of what the channel is about
Watched Murder Mountain.
Alright , OK , not too bad.
Mull growers going full Seppo and shooting holes in each other in their inbred enclave. That shit would never happen here ......
Well , it does , but the bastards doing it probably wouldn’t be circle jerking over their outlaw status.
The government is revealed to Big the biggest bunch of crooks in town.
Same, same ....but different.
It's a throwback to 80's Kiwis taking the piss on laid back!
Think Stoner Round the Twist meets X Files (Only a bit more mental than that!)
The Special FX are subtle but always brilliant often disguised in the background.
The whole show trashes cool on every level. Jokes are painless but mess you up!
The only downer being a 6 pack of 20 min episodes.
Leaves you craving for a fix ...need want more brainz. Yea funny as Cuz.*****
If you’ve ever wondered what NW OZ looks like ....
Love how this fella never says where he is .
Beautiful, amazing, spectacular.
This is a good docco, unbelievable what these people go through this kind of poverty would be hard enough in India an already hot climate, but just living on a land that is basically on fire below would be hell in itself.
Sometimes those in poverty still look okay healthy or mental health wise, you can see the pain and hard life in these people...the place is literally hell on earth.
This is another good one in Indonesia, pretty sad stuff, good news is this docco is a few years old and the current government is trying to address these issues and clean ups etc, and in the last six month there has been progress in banning plastic bags etc in some provinces (including Bali)