Difference between revisions of "Documentary"

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*[[Sicko]], by [[Michael Moore]], a "documentary" written to impugn the American healthcare system.
 
*[[Sicko]], by [[Michael Moore]], a "documentary" written to impugn the American healthcare system.
 
*[[Fahrenheit 9/11]], by Michael Moore, a "documentary" written as an assault to the Bush administration.
 
*[[Fahrenheit 9/11]], by Michael Moore, a "documentary" written as an assault to the Bush administration.
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*[[Schlockumentary]], a slang term referring to liberalized documentaries.
 
[[category:entertainment]]
 
[[category:entertainment]]

Revision as of 20:03, 24 January 2008

A documentary is an artistic compilation, typically in film form, used to convey non-fictitious information for a mix of educational or entertainment purposes. The term "documentary" often implies truthfulness, but this is sometimes not the case. In fact, many films billed as documentaries may contain liberal bias deliberately.

See Also

  • Sicko, by Michael Moore, a "documentary" written to impugn the American healthcare system.
  • Fahrenheit 9/11, by Michael Moore, a "documentary" written as an assault to the Bush administration.
  • Schlockumentary, a slang term referring to liberalized documentaries.