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Serial Killers: O perseguidor da Noite – Richard Ramirez

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Ele atacava mulheres jovens e idosas, sempre à noite, no início da década de 1980. Richard Ramirez foi condenado por 14 assassinatos nas regiões de Los Angeles e São Francisco, e seus crimes ainda não foram esquecidos.

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Serial Killers: Assassino de Green River-Gary Ridgway

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Investigadores procuram pistas que possam levar à captura de um assassino que seria responsável pela morte de 48 mulheres no estado de Washington. O assassino escolhe prostitutas por achar que pode matá-las sem ser apanhado.

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Tomorrow Somewhere New – full

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Have you ever felt trapped in a static life you didn’t choose? Ever considered just walking away from it all and creating your own adventure? When Josh and Jessa Works asked themselves these questions, they answered by loading their son Jack into an Airstream and launching into an exploration and rediscovery of America, not in search of a place to settle, but rather creating a new kind of home out of wandering.

Featuring “Ends of the Earth” by Lord Huron

See more at http://www.darkrye.com

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The Fallen of World War II

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An animated data-driven documentary about war and peace, The Fallen of World War II looks at the human cost of the second World War and sizes up the numbers to other wars in history, including trends in recent conflicts.

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The Thousand Year Journey: Oregon To Patagonia

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I hope that this film is a healthy nudge for people to shake up their lives a little bit.
Jed’s radical choice to quit his job and ride his bike across the world is a perfect challenge to the rest of us to get out of the routine and make some scary decisions. If you’re afraid of a decision ahead of you, you’re probably on the right track. Choose it. !

Follow Jed’s adventures @jedidiahjenkins
My Instaspam @kennyjamez

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Milk & Honey (Leche y Miel)

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Yuma is often thought of as a hot, dry desert town in southwestern Arizona, but for the area residents – and the United States as a whole, it is the land of plenty. During the winter months, nearly all the leafy vegetables Americans eat are grown in the fertile fields which lie at the literal end of the Colorado River. For the people who work the fields, the Colorado River represents not only the source of their livelihood, but a deep, spiritual connection to this arid landscape as well. Leche y Miel (Milk & Honey) provides a short, beautiful glimpse into the area’s Latino community and their connection to the strained Colorado River.

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