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Frontline: Syria's Second Front/Children of Aleppo, Documentary, 2014 IMDB

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karoomay SY

2015-06-02 22:29

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A 2 part PBS documentary about the continuing war in Syria. The first part is about Syrian rebels fighting against ISIS militants. The second part is about children and their families trying to survive in the war torn city of Aleppo that has been divided between pro and anti-Syrian government. More info of it here: http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/syrias-second-front/

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mike962 DE

2015-06-02 23:14

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is this really interesting for IMCDB ?

a modern doc which doesn't focus on vehicles themselvs

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karoomay SY

2015-06-02 23:33

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Given the Syrian location which we don't see too often on this site, yes.

mike962 DE

2015-06-02 23:39

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and what we get a bunch of common soviet junk tanks, and modern common japanese, chinese and Korean cars, that's hardly a point cos with this argument you can put nearly every modern doc set in some arab, african or asian location

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ElSaxo IT

2015-06-02 23:50

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The sun never shine in Germany, poor Mike.

mike962 DE

2015-06-02 23:52

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if rules are rules it should be freaking respected, if modern docs are not allowed then nobody should upload them,

either it's same for all or none rule at all

if Gamer was to upload this it wouldn't be validate din the first place but since a admin uploads this no question asked, why the fraking double standards here? [:kiki]

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DidierF FR

2015-06-03 00:13

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mike962 wrote if rules are rules it should be freaking respected, if modern docs are not allowed then nobody should upload them,

either it's same for all or none rule at all

if Gamer was to upload this it wouldn't be validate din the first place but since a admin uploads this no question asked, why the fraking double standards here? [:kiki]
You have some sort of a point here, mikeJustice-for-all!962.

karoomay SY

2015-06-03 00:20

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Well, I will have to see what the other admins say.

chicomarx BE

2015-06-03 00:31

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The cars are not that common, Chery Amulet, FAP Dubrava, Asia Towner, Hyundai Libero... IMDB link, but that's because it's part of Frontline, which I normally wouldn't list. I don't know if the location is enough, you've got a personal relationship with it, but I know we've refused Bulgarian stuff from I-Denev for example... So double standards indeed have to be avoided.

antp BE

2015-06-03 00:32

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Being just an "episode" of Frontline, I don't think it should be listed. It is not like the big standalone documentaries that we usually accept (which include a part of staged footage, here it is more like TV news, no?)
If we list this one, this would mean we could list the 650 other episodes?
Cars dot seem so interesting. A few are rare on the site, maybe, but we'll some day find these in other productions matching better our criteria.
I understand why for Karoomay this feels worth listing, but I'm not sure that for this reason alone it makes it interesting for the site.
As for all the other reasons I'd say no.


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rtsbusman1997 US

2015-06-03 00:48

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Well, each episode of a documentary series such as Frontline can be a stand alone upload (since most are about as long as a standard movie) if the vehicles are interesting enough. And as a side statement, mike is a pretty hostile guy if somebody does or says a thing he doesn't like.

ingo DE

2015-06-03 00:56

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IMO it's definitely worth to list. Despite the fact, the documentaries often offers a much wider and better choice of vehicles than the fully deliberate range in blockbuster-movies, the variety is indeed widespread here.

antp BE

2015-06-03 00:59

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A lot of things offer a better choice of vehicles, but that's not the subject of the site.
I'd like to remember that it is supposed to be a site listing cars in movies, not cars seen in any video.
And for why we included some documentaries, one like those from Michael Moore which were shown in theatre is closer to a movie than something like this which is closer to the TV news (I guess). Not all are worth including.

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DidierF FR

2015-06-03 01:06

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rtsbusman1997 wrote (…) And as a side statement, mike is a pretty hostile guy if somebody does or says a thing he doesn't like.
You smoothly and rightly filed it as a side statement; well, to end with this, quand mike962 me fait chier, en retour je l'emmerde. Somebody to translate in English? Something like "when he steps on my shoes, then I try to break both of his arms." Nevertheless, mike962 can be right sometimes. Once every… well, sometimes.

Anyway, I only said that double-standard is to avoid, naturally. But my position would be to only accept here movies, so… So, I won't vote, and stay neutral from now on this case.

DidierF FR

2015-06-03 01:08

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antp wrote (…) And for why we included some documentaries, one like those from Michael Moore which were shown in theatre is closer to a movie than something like this which is closer to the TV news (I guess).
It is more and more widely said, from right to left, that Michael Moore's "documentaries" are much closer to fiction movies than to documentaries. Mais les gens sont si méchants…

antp BE

2015-06-03 01:12

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At least they are close enough to movies to be included like if they were movies.
DidierF wrote mike962 can be right sometimes

Indeed, it is not because mike says something that it is especially too extreme :D

Sandie SX

2015-06-03 01:29

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Some of these Frontline docs are even available on DVD:

Link to "www.amazon.co.uk"
Link to "www.amazon.co.uk"
Link to "www.amazon.co.uk"
Link to "www.amazon.co.uk"

(Not a complete list, there were others)

rjluna2 US

2015-06-03 02:02

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I'm glad that you have created this page, karoomay. It is so sad that they are still in state of war :(

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karoomay SY

2015-06-03 02:32

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And now, to make things worse, ISIS is raising hell there.

rjluna2 US

2015-06-03 03:00

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:(

Gamer DE

2015-06-03 16:15

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Let's hope they won't destroy Palmyra...I made a terrible joke about the destruction of Nimrod that I'm beginning to regret a few weeks ago :cry:

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karoomay SY

2015-06-04 22:02

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I fear the worst for Palmyra since I saw what ISIS did to Nimrud. Palmyra is one of the most significant and symbolic historical sites of Syria and it will be a huge loss if those fucking barbarians destroy it.

Gamer DE

2015-08-24 20:15

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It was just on the news...they've destroyed it.
EDIT: They had damaged part of it, but it has been reported that both temples were completely destroyed yesterday.

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karoomay SY

2015-09-02 21:16

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Even though I really hoped it would not happen, unfortunately I knew the destruction was inevitable. :(

mike962 DE

2015-09-02 21:23

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the Aleppo citadel should follow soon, rebels need to tunnel bomb it since ASSad uses it as military position

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Gamer DE

2015-09-04 20:17

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And now they've destroyed the three towers of Palmyra. :( (unconfirmed, but they are missing on Google Earth, as it has been reported)

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