Failing that, i'd say the Louis, Martin and Michael episode. It's not totally necessary to know who they are but he gets really close to them in this one, much more than anyone else and it really shows. Always message the mods instead of attacking users in public. He also embeds with a family who have recently lost a loved one to gun crime, and he meets a local social activist, once a criminal and gang leader herself, who has turned her life around and is coming up with her own solution to the blight of gun crime. Anyways, dropped by your profile and upvoted the shit out of you cos, well, unfortunately that's kinda the most I can do. If you find a video link does not work or the quality so low that it is unwatchable please let me know and I'll hunt down another link or upload one myself if necessary, I should have the majority of these on my hard drive somewhere.
I have now updated the torrent with the newest episode of Louis' brilliant documentaries A Place for Paedophiles and a repaired version of Whites. Many of us drink- sometimes more than we ought to, but the patients Louis meets at King's are drinking far more than normal, sometimes to the point of self-destruction. In the Anne Widdecome episode he often pushes the boundaries that she sets like interviewing her Mother without Anne being present or discussing her sex life. Despite them asking it quite aggressively multiple times, he doesn't want to answer because he feels that his religion is unimportant. Do you have any links for Louis' docs that might be broken here? It might take a few edits to sort formatting out so bare with me! Respect the community, and do not consign their comments to the memory hole.
I agree, when you see him on twitter etc he tends to look a bit scruffier and more like an average bloke. Arriving at a time of heightened tension between the police and the African-American community due to a recent police shooting, Louis hears from both sides of the debate and uncovers hope in a desperate city. He wasn't Jewish at all. I've been watching an episode everyday whilst I do the dished and cook dinner. Personal attacks or comments that insult, demean or threaten users will be removed and result in bans. Please be respectful to other users.
He never actually get to meet Michael but it ended up being awfully fascinating for me regardless. In most cases this means interviewing people with extreme beliefs of some kind, or just generally belonging to subcultures not known to exist by most or just frowned upon. But don't be a jackass. It's hard to know why people become addicted to alcohol and why it is impossible for some to stop drinking, even when it is killing them. Please seed this torrent to at least 100% after you have downloaded, it is a big archive and if people do not seed it will die very quickly. I remember looking it up after the episode aired because I was wondering if he understandably didn't want to admit it or if he really did it out of principles.
One of the funnier ones. There's really no one like him. I have found it very hard to find all of these films and thanks must be given to the original uploaders. I initially included a description next to each title but upon previewing the post it was an absolute mess so I've removed them and included a Wikipedia link with descriptions for each series. At one point they're at a barbecue in someone's garden and all of the people present are neonazi's. These films are obviously not in this archive as they have not been aired yet, but they will be included and the torrent reseeded when I have them.
I think he probably regrets doing that one, it seemed like a bit of a pointless documentary. Louis explores the effects this is having on the patients' lives and the consequences for their loved ones when drinking loses the social aspect and becomes a potentially fatal compulsion. For anyone who doesn't know what we're talking about, it was a part of the neonazi documentary. With spiraling gun crime and homicide rates, this Midwestern city encapsulates America's complex and troubled relationship with guns and the increasing disharmony between African-American communities and the police. At a certain point in time, one of them remarks that Louis has a bit of a Jewish nose, which prompts them to ask about his religion. I certainly do not appreciate it being reupped here without asking me first or even crediting me. That made me respect him even more than I did before.
As far as I am aware this is the only complete archive of his films available on the internet. On the streets of Milwaukee, Louis discovers a community who is often misunderstood by, and mistrustful of, the police. It just seemed very unprofessional with him constantly trying to find out if she was a virgin and trying to see inside her bedroom. Also deletes if comment's score is -1 or less. To outsiders it may seem like an easy decision but it is nowhere near that simple. Hate is too great a burden to bear.
Louis spends time with the Milwaukee Police Department as they patrol District 5, home to some of the nation's deadliest streets, with a homicide rate over twelve times the national average, and follows the homicide division as they investigate one of the city's many killings. Louis spends time with patients and their families as they struggle to find a way out of their addiction to alcohol before it's too late. Louis updated his Facebook page at the start of December stating he has 3 new documentaries in the works, one of them is finished and the other two are very close to completion which is great news, as I wait for them to arrive I thought I'd create a thread with all of his documentaries with Netflix links where possible. . I think it would be a good starting point to understand how Louis' techniques helps him get his answers.
Those jobs used to suck, now their my daily highlight. Correct title and year of release are mandatory. . . .