“Three Identical Strangers” is an unbelievable story of triplets separated after birth and later on subjected to a psychological experiment. “The Gospel of Eureka” depicts a double life of an eponymous town, known on one hand for passion plays and on the other – for a rich, local queer scene, all a day before an important plebiscite concerning the discrimination ban. “Give Us This Day” is the newest production of Zimbalist brothers, portraying the daily life-or-death struggle in American South St. Louis – the most dangerous city in the world. “Alt Right. The Age of Rage” analyzes the growing popularity of the American far-right in Trump times, and “Behind the Curve” serves as a fascinating portrait of enthusiasts propagating on-line the notion that the Earth is flat. While “Time for Ilhan” offers an optimistic look at the Western democracy, registering an energetic electoral campaign of a young American girl of the Somali descent in Minnesota.
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