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Worst "Documentary" I've Ever Watched
DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME.
This isn't a "documentary," it is just a bunch of people sitting around talking about tattoos they have that they don't like.
Merriam-Webster, defines a "documentary" as "a presentation (such as a film or novel) expressing or dealing with factual events." What I just watched was not a "documentary." It was essentially a bunch of people telling anecdotes about their tattoos.
Where were the facts? -Absolutely no one discussed aftercare from a medical perspective Only once was the word "cost" mentioned, but at no point is a price or even a price-range included. Throughout I wanted to know how much the procedure cost How long between sessions? How long is each session? Was the woman who wanted to join the military able to get the tattoos removed and join up? Are people supposed to "pop" the blisters? What is the skin like after removal? Is it harder to tattoo after laser removal?
When the woman put a pin in the big blister was
does the "documentary" if the heck do you make a and what a person shouldn't do
City Homicide (2007)
Well written, directed and acted program
Australia does it again with this fantastic show. I am so glad I clicked on it because it is now in my top 10 crime/police procedurals. It is great to see so many Aussie and Kiwi guest stars early in their careers. One episode had The lead actor of the Dr Blake Mysteries as a guest, and he was in lots of scenes with the detective who eventually played his wife in the show.
Finding Your Feet (2017)
Thank you to everyone involved in this film. The writing was superb. The acting was phenomenal. There was a warmth and multidimensionality about the main characters that was completely believable. I really enjoyed it and will be recommending it. Messages I took away from the film were: LIVE your life, have trust in yourself, always know your value and don't let others define you.