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(460) 6.8 94 min 2019

Shooting the Mafia is a movie starring Letizia Battaglia. Italian photographer Letizia Battaglia spends her career documenting the life and crimes of the Mafia.

Starring
Letizia Battaglia
Genres
Documentary, Biography
Director
Kim Longinotto

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary, Biography
Director Kim Longinotto
Stars Letizia Battaglia
Country Ireland, USA
Also Known As Medziojant mafija, Letizia Battaglia - Shooting the Mafia, La fotógrafa de la mafia, Ustrzelić mafię, Fotografando a máfia
Runtime 1H 34M
Description Sicilian Letizia Battaglia began a lifelong battle with the Mafia when she first pointed her camera at a brutally slain victim. Documenting the Cosa Nostra's barbaric rule, she bore unflinching witness to their crimes. Her photographs, art, and bravery helped bring an end to a shocking reign of slaughter.

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Wednesday, 26 Aug 2020 15:49

Lily Tomlin plays the former head of the OSS. Although very young at the time, she had an impressive professional career and stood a good chance of becoming a prominent public figure after her life and career was over. Even so, Lily chose not to use her political connections to get political asylum. Instead, she married a wealthy New York businessman, was widely known, and made the film's central focus on the life of a single woman. Her parents were alive in the 60's and died young. Her husband had died in a drunken shooting-twice. When she was captured by the FBI in 1970, she refused to reveal her identity to them, although she did claim to be "Mrs. Lopez". On the other hand, she had been the head of the OSS from 1958-1964, so she clearly had a high degree of security protection. Of course, she had a high degree of exposure to the police, which might have helped her evade them. Even so, she showed no signs of becoming a martyr-at least until the 1980's when the New York State Senate investigated the current head of the New York State Police, Edward Mulholland, who was accused of murder in the 1980's. Mulholland never said a word of regret. He had only said he regretted the "troubles" he had caused his family. Yet Lily Tomlin's story is one of life without a lot of protection. She was a risk-taker, like some of the people in the film, and she showed no signs of giving in to the police, even when they were at her door in 1970. After all, the only way to survive the trials of the 1960's was to turn the other cheek. To be considered a "liar", even when you were the "head of the State Police", was only going to raise a red flag. Lily Tomlin's story is one of the classic examples of this kind of activism. For an intelligent discussion of this topic, please see: "An Actress Under Fire" by Brian Lear.
Friday, 10 Jul 2020 10:03

In 1983, the city of Chicago got rid of its police force, and the police became private contractors. As a result, police officers began to wear a uniform and carry guns. It was a strategy used in other parts of the country, including California, in the mid-70s. However, there were some serious consequences. According to the federal government's Civil Rights Division, the Chicago Police Department is a police department that has committed "one or more of the following: (a) unjustified excessive force; (b) a pattern or practice of use of excessive force that is not otherwise covered by this section; (c) a pattern of law enforcement officers not following department policies, procedures, or procedures; or (d) the discrimination of employees because of race, color, or national origin." It is extremely important to see this documentary to understand what kind of police force the Chicago Police Department is, and what the consequences are. For instance, the black citizens who are being murdered by the police in Chicago are being killed by the police, and there are no real consequences. In fact, the most violent policemen are white, while the police officers are African-American. If it isn't being released in public, why is it being kept from the public? That's the question I want to ask the directors and producers of this documentary: "Why is it that the police officers are the same race as the citizens?" It's because the police are the government, and the citizens are the people, and the government doesn't want the citizens to be as strong as they are. "Good Cop, Bad Cop" is a very important film. It shows the police corruption, and it shows the effects that corrupt police officers have. It also shows the effects that the police have on the citizens of Chicago. The film contains some really powerful scenes, and you will understand the problems that police officers have. But, unfortunately, the film isn't getting the publicity it deserves. There are several reasons for that, but one is that people in general have very little knowledge about the police. This is because most people have a distorted view of police officers, and the film is only popular because of the huge publicity it received. I urge everyone to see this film, because it is a must-see.
Tuesday, 05 May 2020 19:27

This film isn't just about a cop who gets a little too close to the mob, it's about a revolution in a department of police in the United States. A revolution that has them running around with machine guns like maniacs. It shows the system in a really honest way and it's a pretty simple story. That's why this documentary is really great. It's like a little "classics" of the police state in the United States and it's really inspiring. It's funny to see how well the police are trained to be thugs. They are trained to take people down like I do. They are trained to not just shoot and kill, they are trained to be in a position to shoot and kill. If you're a police officer, you're not just a citizen anymore. The army of cops in this country have become a unit with very little training. A very small unit of police officers are trained to take out people. It's very sad. When I was in the military, we were trained to go into hostile territory and take out anyone who threatens our country. That's what these policemen have become. A unit of cops trained to take out people. It's a very depressing documentary. The documentary has a very depressing point of view. It's like a documentary that has a very important message, but you're not going to like it. It's like if you see an infomercial. If you're going to watch a documentary, you're going to be bored. And this documentary is no different. You're going to be bored by it. I think that this documentary is one of the most entertaining documentaries that I have ever seen. It's a very important documentary because it's about one of the most important issues that has been brought up in our country in the last two decades. But if you don't like it, don't watch it. It's a documentary that's gonna change your view on things in your country. It's a really important film. You're gonna have to see this documentary.


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