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  • Auth - Martedì 26 Giugno 2012 22:42
    I almost alayws find watching documentaries a frustrating experience, for just that reason. If the documentary is about something you don't already know everything about, then you often don't have the basis to judge the information critically, and can't really tell if and when the truth is getting short shrift.(It's a different experience when I'm watching a documentary about something I already understand. But then I'm not really watching to learn something new; I'm just watching in order to form an opinion about the documentary. Which can be fun, of course, but it's not the same kind of fun as being educated.)The thing is, I don't really understand why this has to be the case. In principle, watching a documentary shouldn't be any more (or less) exasperating than reading a book on a subject. But something about the medium whether due to an intrinsic factor (maybe the limited time available) or historical accident seems to make documentaries much less worthy of my trust.
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