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New biographical documentary on Putin

The new film by Andrei Kondrashev, Putin dives into depth about the man the press gossips about, the object of jealousy for other politicians, but about whom we know very little. The film starts with the collapsed Russian economy in Putin's early days of presidency, how he dealt with terrorism, and how he helped Russia recover economically and socially. It was a year in the making and contains personal stories that have never been told on camera before, some of which are described as shocking and stunning: Attempts on the president’s life and the toll of the presidency on Vladimir Putin himself – all combine in what is the most most complete portrait of Vladimir Putin to date. The film runs for two hours and ten minutes.

Life on the Margins: An Australia like Columbia?

Australia as a society with a growing margin of insecure poor people: the drug trade and survival in an overpopulated Australia with a high cost economy. Is Australia heading the way of Columbia, where the death-rate and the birth-rate are ironically and horribly connected? The article also talks about a Spanish language, German directed film which came out in 2000, called Virgen de los Sicarios/ La Vierge des Tueurs/ Our Lady of the Killers, which was about overpopulation and social disorganisation in Columbia.

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