Film Theme & Thoughts Review “Chasing Madoff” & “Margin Call” #CorruptCommodities January

Film Theme & Thoughts Review “Chasing Madoff” & “Margin Call” #CorruptCommodities January

2017-01-28


After a very business, January, I’ve managed to find the time to write this long-awaited review so sorry once again for the delay. Shall we begin

Corrupt Commodities is exactly what film them January was all about and we experience this through the eyes of Harry Markopols whom himself and the firm he worked for spent 11 years trying to expose the Ponzi Scheme (also watch this video) of the of the NASDAQ chairman and founder of ...


After a very business, January, I’ve managed to find the time to write this long-awaited review so sorry once again for the delay. Shall we begin

Corrupt Commodities is exactly what film them January was all about and we experience this through the eyes of Harry Markopols whom himself and the firm he worked for spent 11 years trying to expose the Ponzi Scheme (also watch this video) of the of the NASDAQ chairman and founder of Bernie Madoff Investment Security’s the $50 Billion Ponzi Scam.

So, the question is what is a PONZI SCHEME (please remember I’m not a financial advisor nor expert, but through diligent reading, YouTubing, reading stock market material and various other websites).

PONZI SCHEME in basic terms is using other people money to pay other investors and taking a cut for yourself whilst convince others to invest in the scheme without doing the job of investing the money but rather keeping.

The schemer makes money from their cut e.g. 10% or 30% or 50% etc. but the kicker is there are no investments?? The schemer pockets the money pays a few early investors then uses them to get more investors and the cycle repeats.

They conviction comes from people trusting in you (the investor) and the returns (on their investment) that you (the investor) can make them based on your stock market knowledge or lack of knowledge since your hustling them and they know little or nothing of the system and even if they do know the system, it’s not as good as your knowledge and you must convince them of that fact.

Example: An investor gives you £60,000 and the you promise to make them 20% on their investment, which is approx. £12,000 for doing absolutely nothing other than listening and trust. And after let’s say 3 months they offer to pay you £72,000 which is the £12,000 plus your initial £60,000 investment OR you can continue to INVEST and let it continue to GROW, so what do you do? Obviously let it grow right, who wants to have less money, when they can make more for doing nothing right, stupid question Learoy. And the Ponzi takes shape.

Now you tell friends/family that this investors word is gold and he can be trusted then he gains more investor to scam, they tell others and so on. This is how the Ponzi is formed. through what is called “Social Feedback Loop”. (I do apologise for the narrator’s voice on this vide, however this is a good video please watch thoroughly).

As you can see its easily based on greed, as you want more money without working for it which is based on someone playing the system whilst you sit back and count the cash and they read charts on a screening based on WHAT???? This is where “Margin Call” comes in.

“Margin Call” is from the inside looking out, imagine being Madoff with your hands on the keys to the financial kingdom and they call themselves Masters of the Universe. The films premises are on the 2008 finical collapse when a hedge fund companies realises that its own assets are worthless and they are sitting on a 15Billion toxic assets e.g. mortgages, loans, commodities packages, etc. and need to shift it all before the industry wakes up and catches on, but who are the buyers?

Any Banks, any Hedge Fund Firms, Any Investors, basically anyone with the cash to spend and whom you can convince to buy EVEN though you know the assets are WORTHLESS. Ladies and gentlemen this is Ponzi form the inside out, God help us. Moral, ethics and conscience are out and selfishness and self-preservation are in. Do you sink or let everyone else sinks without you? I need to pause for a moment……………….

Ladies & gentleman when you cannot trust the system which you need and I use the word need to keep safe your money, and the banking system in turn cannot trust the investor system e.g. hedge funders, finical advisor, stoke brokers, etc. and they in turn cannot trust each other what hope do we have?

When you cannot trust the governmental organisations & independent company’s setup to stop this very thing from happening e.g. FSA Financial Service Authority, BoE Bank of England, PRA Prudential Regulation Authority, SEC Security Exchange Commission, to do their job and investigate and take action, again I ask what hope do we have? And another thing to consider! Do you realise that money isn’t real?? Please remember all money is fiat money and what is fiat money??

We’ll discuss this on the 5th February when we watch & discuss “COLLASPE” this will documentary will open your eyes and piece everything together. I can assure you it’s going to be a crazy though provoking evening. Get you Book Now

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Watch&Discuss "Margin Call" #CorruptCommodities

2017-01-07


Investment-firm analyst Peter Sullivan (Zachary Quinto) uncovers disturbing information that could put his company in jeopardy in this thriller set during the 2008 financial crisis Watch "Margin Call" & Discuss the #Economic Crisis, find out who profited, was it an orchestrated scam to fool the public, whilst swindling swags of cash so the private and public sectors conspirators pocketed your pensions, mortgagees and wages?


Investment-firm analyst Peter Sullivan (Zachary Quinto) uncovers disturbing information that could put his company in jeopardy in this thriller set during the 2008 financial crisis Watch "Margin Call" & Discuss the #Economic Crisis, find out who profited, was it an orchestrated scam to fool the public, whilst swindling swags of cash so the private and public sectors conspirators pocketed your pensions, mortgagees and wages?

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Watch&Discuss "Chasing Madoff" #CorruptCommodities

2017-01-05


Documentary filmmaker Jeff Prosserman reveals the astounding true-life story of Harry Markopolos, the former Boston securities analyst who dedicated his life to exposing Bernie Madoff's calamitous Ponzi scheme before the entire world. The further Prosserman's investigation went, the more he sensed that his life could be in great danger. Only by assembling a team of dedicated and passionate investigators would the reluctant vigilante succeed ...


Documentary filmmaker Jeff Prosserman reveals the astounding true-life story of Harry Markopolos, the former Boston securities analyst who dedicated his life to exposing Bernie Madoff's calamitous Ponzi scheme before the entire world. The further Prosserman's investigation went, the more he sensed that his life could be in great danger. Only by assembling a team of dedicated and passionate investigators would the reluctant vigilante succeed in ensuring that Madoff paid for his crimes. From the initial shocking discovery to the final verdict, this is the story that the mainstream press failed to tell.

Watch "Chasing Madoff" & Discuss the #Economic Crisis, find out who profited. Was it an orchestrated scam to fool the public, whilst swindling swags of cash, so the private and public sectors conspirators pocketed your pensions, mortgagees and wages? A Watch & Discuss Socially Shared Cinema™ Experience

SoCiMa Cinema Proudly Presents #CinemaControversial Film Season II

SoCiMa Cinema Proudly Presents #CinemaControversial Film Season II

2017-01-01

After much deliberations & anticipation, we SoCiMa, You’re Social Cinema Proudly Presents #Cinema Controversial Film Season II. We hope to bring more thought provoking mind challenging socially shared cinema experience like no other. We hope you will join us in 2017. We endeavour to bring you films & documentaries that will have you thinking on the real life issues they portray, now tell me what other cinema community or otherwise brings you ...

After much deliberations & anticipation, we SoCiMa, You’re Social Cinema Proudly Presents #Cinema Controversial Film Season II. We hope to bring more thought provoking mind challenging socially shared cinema experience like no other. We hope you will join us in 2017. We endeavour to bring you films & documentaries that will have you thinking on the real life issues they portray, now tell me what other cinema community or otherwise brings you such a controversially & socially social cinema experience? We hope you enjoy and please feel free to like, share and please enjoy "You Are Social, You Are Cinema

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SoCiMa Cinema 2016 Film Season, Thank You & Review

SoCiMa Cinema 2016 Film Season, Thank You & Review

2016-12-01


As our film season comes to an end for this year (Don’t worry we still have this month’s film theme #DifferencesReconciled to look forward to), I would like to spend a few minutes with you taking a looking at our “Socially Shared” year together.

This time last year we started SoCiMa Cinema at the Boileroom in Guildford and our endeavour was to create a community cinema which gave people the chance to watch & discuss real life issues ...


As our film season comes to an end for this year (Don’t worry we still have this month’s film theme #DifferencesReconciled to look forward to), I would like to spend a few minutes with you taking a looking at our “Socially Shared” year together.

This time last year we started SoCiMa Cinema at the Boileroom in Guildford and our endeavour was to create a community cinema which gave people the chance to watch & discuss real life issues that the films and documentary’s portrayed, with the empathises being on You the audience becoming a big part of SoCiMa.

As you Know SoCiMa is an acronym for Social Cinema and it’s your participation that makes the “Socially Shared” Experience work as without you there is no cinema, no discussion, no socialising and hence our slogan “You’re Social Cinema”. It’s this dream of an enlighten socially shared experiences that drive SoCiMa and thankfully you have very much embraced and embodied our philosophy.

We had some very interested and some friendly tempered Let’s Talk Film Sessions covering a whole host of real life issues, and just to recap of a few! Do you remember #OnlineDemocracy as we discuss the ethics and morals of cybercrime and online freedom exploitations.

#AmericanDreaming when we discussed the pitfalls of trying to get to America “The Golden Dream” to living in a society of mix cultures and personal prejudice between each other and law enforcement “CRASH”, then the mind blowing true life story of Tina Turner in “What’s Love Got to Do with It” and her new-found fame came at a price of sanity, domestic violence and find her in soul.

Remember #UnequalJustice when we talked about personal prejudice and ethnic stereotypes also looking life growing up with racism all around but accepted as it was the law, we screened “To Kill a Mockingbird” & “12 Angry Men”

#HardKnockLife what a heart wrenching film as we looked and life on the breadline with no money, 4 kids to raise and a drunk of a husband whom only cares for his next drink and not food for his family. "Angela's Ashes" and life after the apocalypse "The Road" which is not too far off now that Donald trump is president, god help us.

Tricia holding her Social Swaray at her home which is basically SoCiMa at home we’d watch a film from Netflix or amazon together socially and discuss the film theme with drinks and cakes provided by Tricia. She manages our meetup.com page and hold events outside of our normal SoCiMa Cinema day. We thank you for all your hard work and continued support, thank you.

These are just some of the brilliant conversation and events with film we’ve had, all thanks to you and your belief in a better socially cinematic experience. Talking about the issues, we all go through as shown on screen.

It’s been a very enjoyable first film season is being a huge learning curve us trying to convince people that SoCiMa Cinema is community cinema first and foremost and that we’re here to make cinema magic together, leaving you with a sense of belonging.

I won’t go on too much longer as I’m getting quite tearful however just to let you know we will be back in January as we’re taking December off (much needed break and preparation).

So once again THANK YOU ALL for your support and contribution so SoCiMa, You’re Social Cinema and we look forward to seeing you all at “Kramer Vs Kramer” & “Rain Man” #DifferencesReconciled film theme November.

Take care and in all things, Be Social

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Film Theme November #DifferencesReconsiled Watch&Discuss

Film Theme November #DifferencesReconsiled Watch&Discuss "Kramer Vs Kramer"& "Rain Man"

2016-11-01


We hope your all well and in good health ready for another SoCiMa Cinema. The Film theme for November is #DifferencesReconciled. We’re screening two films about our relationships and appreciably accepting differences in us all.

“Kramer Vs Kramer” & “Rain Man” we exploring the depth of human emotion, love, anger, empathy and joy. Accepting and loving the difference in us all.

“Rain Man" 13th November 2016 @Boileroom, ...


We hope your all well and in good health ready for another SoCiMa Cinema. The Film theme for November is #DifferencesReconciled. We’re screening two films about our relationships and appreciably accepting differences in us all.

“Kramer Vs Kramer” & “Rain Man” we exploring the depth of human emotion, love, anger, empathy and joy. Accepting and loving the difference in us all.

“Rain Man" 13th November 2016 @Boileroom, Guildford

Life On Screen: Oscar-winning drama about a bitter custody battle which arises when a woman returns to claim her young son after previously walking out on her family. The father, who loses his job while trying to care for the boy, devotes his energies to fighting a lawsuit filed by his estranged wife. He has a top attorney in his corner, but will he be able to persuade the court that the boy should be with his father?

"Rain Man" 20th November 2016 @Boileroom, Guildford

Life On Screen: There are people you meet unexpectedly who will change your life forever. For Charlie Babbitt, it's his brother Raymond. Charlie has forgotten Raymond. Raymond remembers everything. Raymond and Charlie are about to be reunited and neither one of them will ever be the same. A story in which past and future meet in the exasperating and exquisite present, Rain Man is a humorous, heartwarming look at the unlimited potential of the human spirit.

#DifferencesReconciled Film Theme Thoughts: As we all know too well and as the saying goes “you can choose you friends, but not your family”, do you have a sibling to whom you just can’t get on with? You tolerate each other as your family and yeah, you’ve got their back in a scrap but you just can’t see eye to eye on big or little things each of you do or say.

Well differences reconciled is all about putting those differences to one side and just accepting the individual they happen to be, you might not like it however you accept it, as it them and they are, whom they are.

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Film & Thoughts Review “Malcolm X” & “SELMA” #EqualityByAnyMeansNecessary

Film & Thoughts Review “Malcolm X” & “SELMA” #EqualityByAnyMeansNecessary

2016-10-31


Life On Screen: Imagine being born into slavery, imagine being told you color is no good, imagine being told I own you, your my property, imagine being sold on an auction block and put to work picking cotton, being whipped, raped and killed all because the of the color of your skin. How would you feel? What would you do to be free? Kill, Lie, Run?

It’s a dilemma that not all people can imagine, but dose two wrongs make a right? ...


Life On Screen: Imagine being born into slavery, imagine being told you color is no good, imagine being told I own you, your my property, imagine being sold on an auction block and put to work picking cotton, being whipped, raped and killed all because the of the color of your skin. How would you feel? What would you do to be free? Kill, Lie, Run?

It’s a dilemma that not all people can imagine, but dose two wrongs make a right? In some cases I think so, now I’m not advocating violence but self-protection, so imagine this. Someone breaks into your house with the intent of taking your goods TV, DVD, Hi-Fi, Bike, Car, etc. They get away with the crime and proceed to sell your goods to friends, cash converters, eBay, gumtree, etc. so they have profited from your misfortune, your anguish, your hard work, your distress. Now apply this scenario to a human life!!

You are taken from your homeland against your will, put on a slave ship, beaten or killed, taken to another country, sold at auction. Your new owner is not kind or considerate he calls you a N*****r, worthless dark skin, brags about he has the right to do with his property, whatever he feels fit to do with it. Have your captures not profited from your misfortune, your family’s anguish, their distress. Is this right?

Fast forward 400+ years and you have a black leader called “Malcolm X” whom is an advocate for segregation due to the teaching of the Nation of Islam aka Black Muslims. He advocates violence under the circumstances of self-defense due to the treatment of his fellow black Americans.

His evidence is America itself place like Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee to name a few, from Rodney King to Jim Crow, from the WHITE house to the outhouse, due to the color of your skin you are not accepted, your told to sit at the back of the bus, go into building through the side entrance or not allow in at all, read signs like no colored or blacks allowed, kill for even looking at a white person or speak back in self-defense, not allowed to go to school or vote.

Below are Malcolm X speech’s which I Implore you to listen.

Malcolm X: I charge the white man: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oXf78Ij4Vk0

Malcolm X speech: American Nightmare https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N7m-3s1IC0A

Malcom X Interview with Ed Harvey, 1964 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5yACpWQFgzc

I said earlier I’m not an advocate of violence but self-defense based on the evidence, everyone should have the right to defend themselves from all enemies foreign or domestic, shouldn’t they. But violence is not always the answer and for some it an unnecessary course of action.

Another black leader Dr. Martin Luther King was the opposite of X, he was a ministry of the bible and preached interracial harmony and nonviolence protest. He chooses to work with the white leaders, no matter their religion, colour or creed. His reached out to all and accepted all. Always preaching Non-violence, no matter how he and his followers are treated. They were also beaten, killed, thrown in jail, called names and endured all the hardships of his forefathers, however he chooses to embrace the teachings of the bible and show faith in the lord to preserve and protect.

Below are Dr. M L Kings speech’s which I Implore you to listen.

Dr M L King Speech, The Other America 1967 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m3H978KlR20

Dr M L King Speech, I have a dream 1963 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1UV1fs8lAbg

Dr M L King Speech, In NYC 1962 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k7t35qDYHgc

Dr M L King interview on Civil Rights 1967 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9md0Fa5eik

It’s a drastic difference in approach from X & King, both want to empower the people that have been persecuted, teaching them to stand up for themselves. Their approach to the same goal of freedom and equality for black people, is vastly different, however I ask you this! Is there a right or wrong way to achieve freedom? History has shown us the fight for freedom and equality is by no means a black & white issue or a warless one.

Does Scotland like England, Does the Irish like the English? North & South Korea are on the brink of War, look at the continent of Afrika and the mass tribal slaughters, Russia and Ukraine, Spanish Civil War, America Civil, War, China & Mongolia hence why the great wall of china was built, I could go on and on.

The point I’m making is this, which one of these countries or organizations have resolved their difference with diplomacy, without some sort of war before the talking begins. The IRA, EDL, Black Panthers, Nazis, ANC, KKK all these organization are at war, for segregation or integration, freedom or acceptance.

Their goals are the same and their means are the same and their outcomes will be the same. One uses war, whilst the other peace or both parties use war but neither uses diplomacy only without action. How do we change? Can we change? We need to Change, right?

Should freedom and equality be obtained by any means necessary!!!!











Boileroom presents ''Always the Sun'' Summer Festival 10-11 September 2016

Boileroom presents ''Always the Sun'' Summer Festival 10-11 September 2016

2016-09-10

SoCiMa Cinema is Proud to be part of Summer Festival “Always The Sun” hosted by Boileroom. A two-day independent festival of arts, live music, theatre and wellbeing featuring interactive creative workshops, locally crafted food and drink.

ARTS // LIVE MUSIC // THEATRE // WELLBEING // WORKSHOPS // LOCALLY CRAFTED FOOD & DRINK

The Boileroom, Guildford’s longstanding independent vibrant community hub celebrates it’s 10th birthday ...

SoCiMa Cinema is Proud to be part of Summer Festival “Always The Sun” hosted by Boileroom. A two-day independent festival of arts, live music, theatre and wellbeing featuring interactive creative workshops, locally crafted food and drink.

ARTS // LIVE MUSIC // THEATRE // WELLBEING // WORKSHOPS // LOCALLY CRAFTED FOOD & DRINK

The Boileroom, Guildford’s longstanding independent vibrant community hub celebrates it’s 10th birthday this year, and what better way to mark their achievement than with a family festival

ALWAYS MUSIC
Experience the sights and sounds of our music stages. Dance with abandon to the new, and the now. On the main stage we will be showcasing the best in breakthrough and known artists from across the globe. We will also be celebrating Guildford’s wealth of creative talent on the second stage sponsored by Anderton’s Music Store. Curated by local tastemakers; bringing you the cream of the crop of local performers.

ALWAYS WELLNESS
Centre yourself in our wellness area. Regroup and re-energise with yoga and tai chi workshops; guided meditation, holistic therapies, and more. Feed your mind, body and soul in our wellness area with practitioners specializing in Dru, Ashtanga and Hatha Yoga to cater for wisened yogis and newcomers alike. Lose yourself in our music meditation workshops with practitioner Inner Pieces using the calming sounds of the hang, Native American style flutes and Tibetan bells to restore calm and oneness.

ALWAYS THEATRE
A space to explore the corners of the imagination through theatre, dance, and storytelling. Be inspired by talks from bright thinkers; be a part of the story at our workshops, or sit back and watch the story unfold.
Our drama workshops with Marvellous Productions for young minds forge a link between creativity, play and social skills; an interactive and engaging learning experience.
Get swept up in the magic of drama and dance from local and travelling companies as we create an emporium to the weird, wonderful and fantastical world of words.

ALWAYS FOOD
All five of the senses will come into play at the outdoor kitchen. A sumptuous banquet of tastes, smells and sights whipped up by a vanguard of local chefs. Come and enjoy the spectacle at our outdoor kitchen area; which will be demoing some curious and downright delicious cuisine to titillate the taste buds.

There will also be a menagerie of street food stands nestled amongst the stages creating high quality, affordable dishes using sustainable produce. Omnivores, carnivores, and pescetarians alike can have their pick in a variety of plates for all palates.

TICKETS ON SALE: Available from:
www.alwaysthesunfestival.co.uk
www.wegottickets.com
www.seetickets.com
Lydia Stockbridge
lydia@theboileroom.net 01483 440022

Film & Thoughts Review “COWSPIRACY” #FoodForThought

Film & Thoughts Review “COWSPIRACY” #FoodForThought

2016-09-04


Film & Thoughts review “Cowspiracy” #FoodForThought

Life On Screen: Imagine a corporate company claiming to be for the health and benefit of the world, the planet, the animals, everything wholesome and healthy. Then you ask them to explain what is making the world sick? Their reply is “its cars, its oil production, its nuclear, it’s CO2 all the things we’ve come to rely on and cannot possibly have the power to change (any time ...


Film & Thoughts review “Cowspiracy” #FoodForThought

Life On Screen: Imagine a corporate company claiming to be for the health and benefit of the world, the planet, the animals, everything wholesome and healthy. Then you ask them to explain what is making the world sick? Their reply is “its cars, its oil production, its nuclear, it’s CO2 all the things we’ve come to rely on and cannot possibly have the power to change (any time soon), then what is their purpose? How does an eco-organization help the planet? But wait you later find out that the so called heroes of the planet are nothing but treacherous treasures of corporate coin and care nothing for the planet or you. What do you do?

“In the land of the blind, the one eyed man is King” and boy O’ boy are we blind. Blinded into thinking that Greenpeace, WWF and other so called fighters for the planet have this world’s best interest at heart, and in my opinion they don’t. How did I come to this conclusion? What did I see or hear that makes me so Greenpeace cynical

I would like you to read this please, its important so please do. Go to the website, read for yourselves and then tell me what you think of Greenpeace https://www.biggreenradicals.com/group/greenpeace (copy and paste into a web browser) and http://www.larouchepub.com/eiw/public/1997/eirv24n04-19970117/eirv24n04-19970117_069-infiltrator_rips_the_mask_from_g.pdf

This is a quote from the site which makes a stark and brutal exposé of the Greenpeace. “Though it likes to portray itself as a scrappy environmentalist organization against wealthy corporations, in reality Greenpeace’s operation is bigger than many of the world’s biggest multi-national corporations. For example, Greenpeace’s revenue is greater than some of the world’s richest sport franchises including the Arsenal soccer club ($336 million), Boston Red Sox ($272 million), and L.A. Lakers ($212 million). It is also bigger than what are thought to be the biggest trade associations including the American Petroleum Institute ($203 million) and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce ($214 million).”

Were does the money go, ONLY 6% OF REVENUE TO FIELD OPERATIONS, 60% TO SALARIES

Need I say more? And I ask the question “How many other environmental organizations rob the people of eco reality, to line their fake green pockets?

I and 18 other people watch the documentaries COWPSIRACY and were shocked, shaken and skeptical of what we just watched. Some of us had doubts about the authenticity of the filmmaker’s research and rightly so. I researched, I read, watched, learnt for myself and I’ve come to this conclusion. You just cannot trust big business, no matter what they disguise themselves as.

If retaining profits is the key to their eco-organization future, how is that a sustainable eco business model? If money is meant to be spent on the planet, why do they build a new HQ made from un-ecofriendly materials or why do they need a flash flagship HQ in NY, Paris, London? Why give you self a salary equal to that of a private company CEO? When you meant to be a humanitarian

During our Let’s Talk session we discussed for a long time how to change the world, what could we do better or different, what is the answer to global warming and a self-sustainable planet and we all concluded that change starts with us from the inside out. Us the people making small changes to our lives from changing the lightbulbs to growing our food, to eating healthy, more greenly and looking at solutions to help the planet heal itself

The reality is this?..................... nothing will change but ourselves, but at least we can live and die with the knowledge that we tried to make an ethical and moral difference to ourselves and others, for the better of the planet and our conscience. I said earlier “In the land of the blind the one eyed man is king” so now that you’re the one eyed man, what do you do with the blind

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Film & Thoughts Review “The True Cost” #KillerKlothing

Film & Thoughts Review “The True Cost” #KillerKlothing

2016-08-08


Film & Thoughts review “The True Cost” #KillerKlothing

Life On Screen: The True Cost is a befitting title for a revelation such as this, to truly see an industry built on the blood of innocent life want a better life is truly despicable to say the least. It was a brave decision by the film maker to try and she light on a 3Trillion dollar business which is based on profit and lost, with the lost being human life and the profits for ...


Film & Thoughts review “The True Cost” #KillerKlothing

Life On Screen: The True Cost is a befitting title for a revelation such as this, to truly see an industry built on the blood of innocent life want a better life is truly despicable to say the least. It was a brave decision by the film maker to try and she light on a 3Trillion dollar business which is based on profit and lost, with the lost being human life and the profits for Gucci, Prada, ZARA, H&M, TopShop, TopMan, etc., etc., etc., etc., etc.

I would like everyone to look in their wardrobe and look for the most expensive item you own and ask yourself why you own it and if you can live with the fact (and it is fact that someone died) to produce it and your happy to turn a blind eye, then put it on proudly and ware it for all to see however if you have a conscience (and this is my own bias opinions based on what I seen and read) then make a symbol of change, changing the way you think and buy Fast Fashion……………. hopefully.

Now not every designer label is ruthless and sinister far from it however think about the price? Let’s examine. Primark Kids clothing starts at £2 so what make it so cheap? (check the website it’s the first promotion you see)

But most of all who make it so cheap. If you attended SoCiMa Cinema on the Sunday 8th you would have seen with you own eyes the living conditions, heard with your own ears the worker’s pleas and their fight for better workers’ rights and how did the factory owners respond…... kicks and punches, beatings with belts.

These are all women which doesn’t make it right or wrong because sex has no relevance however think of a big intimating man standing over a 5ft woman and physically beating her for asking for air conditioning or cleaner toilets or a few extra dollars……… (please pause and think). But wait you didn’t her the good part as the factories are not own by the companies they have no legal responsibilities as they are just subcontractors but do subcontractors have a conscience? Do they do due diligence? Do they do inspections? Do the ask question? Do they say NO?

The Alpha Omega chain of fast fashion from the produces, the charities, the donation, the 3rd world countries, the living conditions, the deaths, the dilapidating factories, the worn out workers and most of all the profits reap from designer death. It’s all one big cycle of death and profits.

The thing the scares me is the human conscience or lack of. Let’s say you’re a business owner and your building a brand and you get bigger and bigger and bigger and become a global powerhouse and all though the process you used unethical means, counties with no unions, no workers’ rights and woman especially have no rights and they are the work force.

You know this as you telling the factories to squeeze every penny out of that pound and requesting them to make the garments at an ever decreasing price. Are you honestly telling me that you don’t know the cost and the conditions needed to get the price at 50p per garment so you can charge £2 and make £1.50 per garment then times that by 5millions sales a year your talking big money. Worth killing for or ignoring the condition that kill?

Let’s Talk: As you can guess this was a very topical subject and most of us said aloud that we would makes changes in our life’s. Going home and really look through what we have, how we spend and what we need, really need. This level or reality check is very rarely seen amongst a group of people discussing what they’ve just seen on screen, however as you know SoCiMa Cinema is no ordinary cinema.

Everyone was upset, angry and very disappointed with fashion in general also thoughtful about what they have and how we’ve become a society of want.

This is the very controversial eye opening mind altering programs we wish to show and discuss and hopefully leave you all with a sense of learning something and I for one will never buy fast fashion again.

I hope you all have enjoyed part 1 of #KillerKlothing and hopeful we’ve all learned something about ourselves and will makes changed when needed.

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CinemaControversial Presents #KillerKlothing screening

CinemaControversial Presents #KillerKlothing screening "The True Cost" & "Mistress America"

2016-07-29


We hope your all well and in good health ready for another SoCiMa Cinema . The Film theme for August is #KillerKlothing. We’re screening one film and documentary exploring the cost of fashion.

“The True Cost” & “Mistress America” we exploring the depth we go for the clothes on our backs, what does it take to look good? do people have to suffer to look sexy?

“The True Cost" 7th August 2016 @Boileroom ...


We hope your all well and in good health ready for another SoCiMa Cinema . The Film theme for August is #KillerKlothing. We’re screening one film and documentary exploring the cost of fashion.

“The True Cost” & “Mistress America” we exploring the depth we go for the clothes on our backs, what does it take to look good? do people have to suffer to look sexy?

“The True Cost" 7th August 2016 @Boileroom Guildford

Life On Screen: This is a story about clothing. It's about the clothes we wear, the people who make them and the impact it's having on our world. The price of clothing has been decreasing for decades, while the human and environmental costs have grown dramatically. The True Cost is a ground-breaking new documentary film that pulls back the curtain on an unseen part of our world and asks us each to consider, who pays the price for our clothing

"Mistress America" 21st August 2016 @Boileroom Guildford

Life On Screen: Tracy (Lola Kirke) is a lonely college freshman in New York, having neither the exciting university experience nor the glamorous metropolitan lifestyle she envisioned. But when she is taken in by her soon-to-be stepsister, Brooke (Greta Gerwig) a resident of Times Square and adventurous gal about town.

#KillerKlothing Film Theme Thoughts: What do you want to wear? why? pay! £500 for a bag or £1000 for a dress what makes it worth that much? need, want, glamour, to be admired? what is the true cost of looking absolutely fabulous baby.

We all want to look good, fresh and super fly and there is nothing wrong with that. Why can't we look good, you ask yourself and what's wrong with that, nothing, however if I said to you your child or niece, nephew any young family member has to give up school and work for £1 a day in a fashion factory. Dream job

In return you get to pay £300 for a pair of designer jeans, that's a fair trade right, cheap labour for great luxuries, don't you agree?

At KillerKlothing we are going to watch, think and talk about what is the true cost of fashion and is it worth pay for, but whom is pay and at what price?

Enjoy KillerKlothing Film Them August, enjoy

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CinemaControversial Presents #SummerLove prt2

CinemaControversial Presents #SummerLove prt2 "2DaysInParis" & "2DaysInNewYork"

2016-07-10


We hope your all well and in good health ready for another SoCiMa Cinema Monthly Movie theme for July is #SummerLovePrt2. We’re screening two films which encapsulate the essence of Love, Romance & knowing what you want and who you want.

“2 Days In Paris” & “2 Days In NY” we exploring love, romance and knowing who you want. This is a fun, quirk indecisive comedy

“2DaysInParis 10th July 2016 @Boileroom Guildford
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We hope your all well and in good health ready for another SoCiMa Cinema Monthly Movie theme for July is #SummerLovePrt2. We’re screening two films which encapsulate the essence of Love, Romance & knowing what you want and who you want.

“2 Days In Paris” & “2 Days In NY” we exploring love, romance and knowing who you want. This is a fun, quirk indecisive comedy

“2DaysInParis 10th July 2016 @Boileroom Guildford

Life On Screen: Marion is a French-born photographer living in New York City with her neurotic, hypochondriacal, chain-smoking, heavily tattooed American interior designer boyfriend Jack. After a markedly unromantic trip to Venice, which was planned to re-ignite the passion in their relationship, they take a night train to Paris to pick up Marion's cat from her parents and decide to stay for two days.

Jack is startled to learn Marion has remained in contact with numerous ex-lovers and becomes increasingly uncomfortable due to the language barrier and a multitude of her old flames she keeps meeting. Meanwhile, Marion wrestles with her own insecurities about love, relationships, and her impulsive nature

“2DaysInNewYork” 24th July 2016 @Boileroom Guildford

Life On Screen: Parisian Marion is living in New York with her son, in order to be closer to Jack, the boy's father (Marion's ex-boyfriend from 2 Days in Paris). She and her new boyfriend Mingus have a cozy relationship until the arrival of Marion's father, sister and sister's boyfriend, on vacation from France.

The group's two days together are tested by "unwitting racism and sexual frankness", with no one left unscathed

#SummerLovePrt2 Film Theme Thoughts: Relationships? love and romance is a funny old game. who you want, what you want can change as quickly as a shot from cupids bow. Both films are a quirky look at the merry go round we call love.

Enjoy SummerLovePrt2 theme for Movies in July

TakeCare, Enjoy & in all things BeSocial

CinemaControversial Presents #SummerLove prt1

CinemaControversial Presents #SummerLove prt1 "Do The Right Thing" & "Jungle Fever"

2016-06-08

SoCiMa, Social Cinema Presents #SummerLove prt1

We hope your all well and in good health ready for another SoCiMa Cinema Monthly Movie theme for June is #SummerLovePrt1. We’re screening two films which encapsulate the essence of "Love & Community.

“Do The Right Thing” & “Jungle Fever” we exploring love and the community. Can interracial relationships work? can your family, friends and community except your love choice? but ...

SoCiMa, Social Cinema Presents #SummerLove prt1

We hope your all well and in good health ready for another SoCiMa Cinema Monthly Movie theme for June is #SummerLovePrt1. We’re screening two films which encapsulate the essence of "Love & Community.

“Do The Right Thing” & “Jungle Fever” we exploring love and the community. Can interracial relationships work? can your family, friends and community except your love choice? but also the community as a whole living in diverse areas with many different cultures which brings their food, clothing, design, heritage with them which often changes the dynamics of their inherited community but! for the good or bad?

“Do The Right Thing” 12th June 2016 @Boileroom Guildford Book Now

Life On Screen: Salvatore "Sal" Fragione (Danny Aiello) is the Italian owner of a pizzeria in Brooklyn. A neighborhood local, Buggin' Out (Giancarlo Esposito), becomes upset when he sees that the pizzeria's Wall of Fame exhibits only Italian actors. Buggin' Out believes a pizzeria in a black neighborhood should showcase black actors, but Sal disagrees. The wall becomes a symbol of racism and hate to Buggin' Out and to other people in the neighborhood, and tensions.

“Jungle Fever” 26 June 2016 @Boileroom Guildford Book Now

Life On Screen: Two work colleagues who start a passionate affair. She is engaged to John Turturro, he is married to Lonette McKee but when their affair becomes known to their families, it is as much their racial differences that cause trouble as the affair itself. Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee play Snipes' loving, God-fearing parents, with Samuel L Jackson as his crack-addicted brother, while Sciorra's family is headed by the tyrannical Anthony Quinn.

#SummerLovePrt1 Film Theme Thoughts: Relationships? Do we accept differences and do our own thing at the risk of losing our family and/or community network due to your love choice? or do you keep with the status quo and stick with your own?

The community used to be a central hub with neighbours having street parties, going over to friends houses, do we still do that with our neighbours? are we just to busy with selfies and posting online so everyone can see our lives via the internet! Knock Your Friends Door (P.S. don't send a selfie of you outside before you knock please)

Each of these films highlights the differences in people's lives and relations with family members, friends and themselves. As everyone of us at some time has to face their realities at some point and be accepting of your our choice but make them for the right reason which is YOURSELF and not others.

Enjoy SummerLovePrt1 them for Movies in June, enjoy
TakeCare, Enjoy & in all things BeSocial

New Social Summer Opening Times 7PM

New Social Summer Opening Times 7PM

2016-06-03


New Opening & Screening times.

New Summer Screening Times: Due to the wonderful Summer weather we're been having (not of late) were going to change our start times to allow more time to enjoy some Fun in The Sun, so the new time are Doors Open @6:15pm and screening @7PM

Now Screening Page check for What’s On for this month, watch trailers and film descriptions

News & Film Reviews: Find all the wonderful ...


New Opening & Screening times.

New Summer Screening Times: Due to the wonderful Summer weather we're been having (not of late) were going to change our start times to allow more time to enjoy some Fun in The Sun, so the new time are Doors Open @6:15pm and screening @7PM

Now Screening Page check for What’s On for this month, watch trailers and film descriptions

News & Film Reviews: Find all the wonderful social information that we have to share. Everything from Film Thought Reviews, What’s On, Monthly Movie Themes e.g. #OnlineDemocracy #UnequalJustice and now #SummerLovePrt1. Be in the Social Know, everything news and reviews and announcement about SoCiMa Cinema will be listed here.

Full Film Listings: Check Movies&Tickets for our full cinema film listings, every film for every month

That’s All Folks, remember Doors Open @6:15pm and screening @7PM. keep informed on all things SoCiMa Cinema, You’re Social Cinema. I hope these updates help makes you social cinema experience that much more enjoyable and accessible. Thank you take care and god speed.

Enjoy your weekend

Film & Thoughts Review “Little Miss Sunshine” #FamilyMisfortune

Film & Thoughts Review “Little Miss Sunshine” #FamilyMisfortune

2016-05-31

Film & Thoughts review “Little Miss Sunshine” #FamilyMisfortune

Little Miss Sunshine has been spinning around the millennial zeitgeist since its Sundance premiere in 2006. The appeal is not just in its cast of recognisable names in unrecognisable roles (spot Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston cameo), but also in how it constructs the family at its core. Little Miss Sunshine shows us a wholly dysfunctional family. Each figure struggles to ...

Film & Thoughts review “Little Miss Sunshine” #FamilyMisfortune

Little Miss Sunshine has been spinning around the millennial zeitgeist since its Sundance premiere in 2006. The appeal is not just in its cast of recognisable names in unrecognisable roles (spot Breaking Bad’s Bryan Cranston cameo), but also in how it constructs the family at its core. Little Miss Sunshine shows us a wholly dysfunctional family. Each figure struggles to function in their family role: the breadwinning mother (an exasperated Toni Collette), a father (Greg Kinnear) whose inspirational speeches are doing little to provide or console, a son (Paul Dano) vowed to silence, an uncle (Steve Carell) on suicide watch, a heroin-snorting grandfather (Alan Arkin winning an Oscar in this role) and an exuberant daughter Olive (Abigail Breslin) driving the plot along.

Fortunately for the viewer, this plot is straightforward enough for us to spend time with each character, rather than on exposition. Olive has been devotedly rehearsing a beauty pageant routine guided by her grandfather when a voice message relates that she has a place in the Little Miss Sunshine State Finals. Her family, uncertain of one another as they are of the task in hand, squash into a yellow Volkswagen Type 2 and try to get her 800-miles in two days. The film works best in moments of calm and silence, when the soundtrack and clean shots balance beauty and the mundane. Here, we see the reality of family, boredom touched with hints of deep connection and understanding. The astounding finale should stay unspoiled, but it acts as the opportunity for us to see the family functioning as whole. In our #FamilyMisfortune series, Little Miss Sunshine shows us that you do not need Stepford uniformity to be a family, instead you need to recognise each other’s failings, then just throw down and dance.

Life On Screen: “A la mod-ee". Olive, our champion optimist, discovers a new menu item - one that she finds out means ice-cream (what more could a girl want on her waffles?). Sitting around her in the diner are her family and the viewer is forced to squirm as the various external pressures of adult life bear down on her. First, she must understand what she’s ordering, and justify her choice as one that fits within the family budget. Then her father explains that ice-cream is made of fat and will therefore make anyone who eats it fat. Her mother tries to reassure her that a woman’s figure is nothing to her worth, but we watch as the correlation between size and beauty pageant success sinks in. Olive slowly curdles away from her excited treat. The key to this scene is the frame of grandfather, uncle and brother sharing a glance and demanding the ice-cream for themselves. The family see their totem crushed and compete to get her back to her driven self. The more they clamour for what she wants, the closer the family get to that place of hope she encourages.

Let’s Talk: Little Miss Sunshine is that rare film that allows each family member to have their own personality. We all agreed that in our own families, everybody does have their own role, whether it works for the family or against it. Who are you in your family? It was difficult to figure this one out, on screen or out of it. Some people felt that they had different roles depending on who was there, like if their mother was sick, their brother would take over the cooking. Others were only children, so had a different experience, their own role would change as the situation called and so never felt pinned to that part.

Few families have an inciting incident as clear as a two day trip to bring us together, so we were left thinking about what moments have brought or bring our families together. For some it is those annual events (Christmas, Eid) that land everyone in the same location, while a couple of us could remember a death being a charged event that changed how they related as a family.

We also talked about the different members that make up a family. Who do you count as family? Would you change them?

Films & Thoughts Review:

Films & Thoughts Review: "The Inevitable Defeat of Mr & Pete" #FamilyMisfortune

2016-05-27

Film Thoughts & Review #FamilyMisfortune “The Inevitable Defeat of Mr & Pete

The theme for May was #FamilyMisfortune, screening two fascinating films which captivates life, living with crazy family’s and they struggle it brings. This is The Inevitable Defeat of Mr & Pete review

To view “The Inevitable Defeat of Mister & Pete” as a window into family misfortune requires a scaling back of the nuclear family until you have one ...

Film Thoughts & Review #FamilyMisfortune “The Inevitable Defeat of Mr & Pete

The theme for May was #FamilyMisfortune, screening two fascinating films which captivates life, living with crazy family’s and they struggle it brings. This is The Inevitable Defeat of Mr & Pete review

To view “The Inevitable Defeat of Mister & Pete” as a window into family misfortune requires a scaling back of the nuclear family until you have one thirteen-year-old Mister, the nine year-old Pete he’s looking after and a dead hamster. In the humid Brooklyn heat, the two boys have been skimming by since school ended and Mister’s mother (Jennifer Hudson) was arrested for heroin possession. The children struggle to avoid detection, terrified of the rumored hell they will have to enter if found without a guardian - Riverview, the local group home. By the time the boys are inevitably defeated, Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs has crumbled at their feet. Alone in Mister’s apartment, they go without food, bathing is a struggle and security is a fridge blocking the front door. When the electricity goes, so does the possibility of breathing freely in the stifling air of New York in August.
Life On Screen: I This film’s strength is in its visual storytelling. A variation of this story of prostitution and abandonment could be short sequence on “The Wire”, but it earns its time on the SoCiMa screen with subtle images that allow Mister’s story to breathe and the audience to empathise. The moment that hit hardest was midway through the film, when Mister and Pete are in a car with an old neighbour. As they pause at a junction, the camera catches sight of a slim Korean woman pleading with a man identified as Mister’s mother’s pimp. We watch the woman beg, inaudible, scratching her arms and her face as Mister begins to say “Yeah, that’s Pete’s…”. We pull back to Mister’s furrowed brow and turning head until we stop, as Mister stops, catching sight of Pete’s face melt. The formerly calm, curious child is now a pitiful creature, distraught and ashamed. Mister never finishes his sentence and we drive off, never to see her again. From that moment, Pete is no longer comic relief merely tagging along. He is given humanity. Later on he asks Mister “Is it okay not to love your mom?” *. In our minds, we flash back to that image. A child watching his mother scratch for heroin, sinking into his seat with the knowledge that if she sees him, she will ignore him and we are struck by the difficulty of Pete’s question. .

Film Thoughts: Last Sunday, SoCiMa was unanimous: nine out of ten for this striking coming-of-age tale. The strength of the young boys acting drew some of us in, while for others it was a view into another world. One person mentioned that for all the hardness they had experienced in childhood, this was a real lesson in humility, they had never experienced such physical hardship.

In order to apply to our own lives, we compared what that moment of coming home after school was like. For some, they looked at how they came home to chores, or older siblings, rather than a parent. This moment where a child is expected to care for themselves was tempered in our lives by neighbours and the community pitching in. We asked whether that community was particularly chaotic in Mister’s world due to distrust, or whether neighbours depending on one another was a thing of the past.

Another question surrounded the group home the children ended up in. They were so afraid of it, yet, in reality, it was a place where the boys were physically restored and calmed. Was this fear due primarily to the murders rumoured at the beginning? Were we perhaps mislead by the wildness of a child’s imagination? The fear of the unknown caused some of us adults to avoid change, but did that same fear cause the protagonists to choose a summer of near starvation over stability? Were they, in some way, just afraid of being told off? A moment many of us saw significance in was when the main authority figure of the film (a white-shirted policeman) took his sunglasses and, more importantly, hat, off.

By the policeman divesting himself of that signifier of authority, Mister was finally able to open himself up to ask for help. It underscored some of Mister’s earlier behaviours (rejecting a teacher’s offer of help, knocking over a shopkeeper’s stand when Mister was denied ice), and recalled Mister’s monologue for an upcoming audition. In that monologue (from “Fargo”) Mister shows disgust for bureaucracy: “I guess you think, you're a, you know, like an authority figure. With that stupid f*****’ uniform.”* and gives us the seeds for Mister’s final transformation. We spoke about how with an older cast some of these character’s barriers would become trivial and block us from empathising, or even sympathising, with the characters.

Empathy was a theme we mentioned repeatedly and was what many of us look from the film. It reminded that we have no idea what is happening in other people’s lives. Although this was a drastic tale, the storytelling allowed us to trust in the events. We shared the fact that we believed that shadows of this are not far from some of the people around us, perhaps people we could help.

Rather impossibly, we were asked to put ourselves in that position. Would we fight and scrap to survive independently, like Mister, or would we find ourselves dependent and take ourselves out of it with drugs, like his mother tied to her pimp and her heroin? Do we fight, or give in?

Finally, we looked at the dysfunction of “Little Miss Sunshine” and felt that empathy played its part here too. The Hoover family were positively wealthy in comparison to Mister and his mum, but both communities struggled to support one another. We found that you have no idea what a family is from the outside and even from within, you can lose sight of the people around you.

#CinemaControversial Present #FamilyMisfortune MoviesInMay “Little Miss Sunshine” & “The Inevitable defeat of Mr & Pete”

#CinemaControversial Present #FamilyMisfortune MoviesInMay “Little Miss Sunshine” & “The Inevitable defeat of Mr & Pete”

2016-05-01


The film theme for May is #FamilyMisfortune, screening two fascinating films “Little Miss Sunshine” & “The Inevitable defeat of Mr & Pete” which looks at our family. Yes, we all have family member we’ll like to forgettable and we also have our favourite e.g. aunties, nephews and uncles. And Yes, don’t always get on with our brothers and sisters (only child jump for joy) but would we change them? That’s the Let’s Talk discussion, we’ll watch ...


The film theme for May is #FamilyMisfortune, screening two fascinating films “Little Miss Sunshine” & “The Inevitable defeat of Mr & Pete” which looks at our family. Yes, we all have family member we’ll like to forgettable and we also have our favourite e.g. aunties, nephews and uncles. And Yes, don’t always get on with our brothers and sisters (only child jump for joy) but would we change them? That’s the Let’s Talk discussion, we’ll watch and relate to these fascinating films
“Little Miss Sunshine”.

Life On Screen: Sheryl Hoover is an overworked mother of two living in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Her brother, Frank, is a scholar of French author Proust and a homosexual, temporarily living at home with the family after having attempted suicide. Sheryl's husband Richard is a Type A personality striving to build a career as a motivational speaker and life coach. Dwayne, Sheryl's son from a previous marriage, is a Nietzsche-reading teenager who has taken a vow of silence until he can accomplish his dream of becoming a test pilot. Richard's foulmouthed father, Edwin, recently evicted from a retirement home for snorting heroin, lives with the family. Olive, the daughter of Richard and Sheryl and the youngest of the Hoover family, is an aspiring beauty queen and coached by Edwin.

Olive learns she has qualified for the "Little Miss Sunshine" beauty pageant that is being held in Redondo Beach, California in two days. Her parents and Edwin, who has been coaching her, want to support her, and Frank and Dwayne cannot be left alone, so the whole family goes. Because they have little money, they go on an 800-mile road trip in their yellow Volkswagen Type 2

“The Inevitable defeat of Mr & Pete”.

Life On Screen: During a sweltering summer in New York City, 13-year-old Mister’s hard-living mother is apprehended by the police, leaving the boy and nine-year-old Pete alone to forage for food while dodging child protective services and the destructive scenarios of the Brooklyn projects. Faced with more than any child can be expected to bear, the resourceful Mister nevertheless feels he is an unstoppable force against seemingly unmovable obstacles. But what really keeps the pair in the survival game is much more Mister’s vulnerability than his larger-than-life attitude.
#FamilyMisfortune Film Theme Thoughts:

This is a very interested topic as family life is not always good for some whether you born into rich or poverty you have to make the best of your situation and yes some might say the money helps or makes life better but is the grass really green? Each of these films highlights the difference in people life and relations with family members, friends and themselves as everyone of us have to face our realities at some point but with help from family and friend’s life can be a littler easier on us all. That’s the thought’s behind the Family Misfortune them for Movies in May, enjoy

Film Thoughts Review “A Beautiful Mind” #MindOverMatter

Film Thoughts Review “A Beautiful Mind” #MindOverMatter

2016-04-17

Film Thoughts Review “A Beautiful Mind” #MindOverMatter
Screening “A Beautoful Mind” the final film in the #MindOverMatter theme for the month.

A Beautiful Mind is just that, a mind so complicated, so brilliant that you have to be somewhat insane to come up with an original idea and I world when everything has already been discovered. How do you calculate, formulate and appropriate that idea in to meaningful proposal worthy of a ...

Film Thoughts Review “A Beautiful Mind” #MindOverMatter
Screening “A Beautoful Mind” the final film in the #MindOverMatter theme for the month.

A Beautiful Mind is just that, a mind so complicated, so brilliant that you have to be somewhat insane to come up with an original idea and I world when everything has already been discovered. How do you calculate, formulate and appropriate that idea in to meaningful proposal worthy of a Nobel prize

Life On Screen: My favourite scene and one that subtlety captures the reality of his is seeing things that are not real, but goes by in a whisper that you don’t realise that it’s happened, that you in all your wisdom and film focus missed it. When his is first introduced to the little girl called Madeline his friends (also imaginary but at this point he doesn’t know it) niece. She’s looks sweet and cute and as he picks her up and spins her around she giggles so his puts her down and she begins to run around the Harvard grounds but as she is running around amongst the birds not one of them fly’s away, she flat her hands running and skipping and not one of those birds moves, not one. The penny dropped and I got it.

Film Thoughts: the fact it’s a true story, true experiences. Mr Nash has to live with the fact he sees things that are not really, 3 people that are not real. Can you imagine living with the fact that some parts of what you see are not real? Can you imagine not knowing 100% real from fake? Can you imagine, no I cannot but I can empathise with his plight. I would drive me crazy not to be able to separate fact from fiction and that’s why I love this film it pokes and prods at the mind giving you hints of fact and fiction but we don’t catch on until the last minute. This is the kind of films we love at SoCiMa Cinema.

Your not-for-profit self-funded social minded community cinema needs your help

Your not-for-profit self-funded social minded community cinema needs your help

2016-04-16

As you now we are a self-funded and working hard to bring back the socially shared cinema experience. Bring the community together to watch fascinating films with opened minds to other thoughts and opinions about the films themes. This is a noble endeavour and we need your help to “Promote & Vote”

Tells us SoCiMa, we want to help?

VOTE VOTE VOTE click the link and vote for your “Socially Shard Cinema Experience”, You’re ...

As you now we are a self-funded and working hard to bring back the socially shared cinema experience. Bring the community together to watch fascinating films with opened minds to other thoughts and opinions about the films themes. This is a noble endeavour and we need your help to “Promote & Vote”

Tells us SoCiMa, we want to help?

VOTE VOTE VOTE click the link and vote for your “Socially Shard Cinema Experience”, You’re Social Cinema, You’re SoCiMa. SoCiMaCinemaVote You can vote as many times as you like once per day or if you have multiple email address

What is the “Socially Shared Cinema Experience” Watch our animated explination https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=re6Dftta7Bg

The Competition

We have entered a competition which if we are success in WINNING (with YOUR help) can transfer from our little social cinema. It will help with all promotion, film licencing, venue hire, screening equipment, everything needed to help keep SoCiMa Cinema going.

We also promise charitable donation to Surry Drug and Alcohol Centre (www.surreydrugcare.org.uk). We’re working with them to help people with additions.

Small Actions, Big Changes

Your Help, Your Votes, Your Endeavour will help us to keep going and growing to keep championing good causes and bring people together for a better “Socially Shared Cinema Experience”. Doesn’t that sound like a worthy cause? Thank you for your time, efforts and continued support

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The "Socially Share Cinema Experience" explained

2016-04-11

What is SoCiMa, You’re Social Cinema? Watch our animated explination on the “Socially Share Cinema Experience”.

What is SoCiMa, You’re Social Cinema? Watch our animated explination on the “Socially Share Cinema Experience”.

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Film Thoughts & Vote Review “One Flew Over The Cuckoos’ Nest” #MindOverMatter

Film Thoughts & Vote Review “One Flew Over The Cuckoos’ Nest” #MindOverMatter

2016-04-10

Film Thoughts “One Flew Over The Cuckoos’ Nest” #MindOverMatter

Greetings & Salutations

The theme for April is #MindOverMatter, screening two fascinating films which explore the human mind. It’s complexity, it’s emotions, its desire and its demons.

What can we say about One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest this brilliant story of a two-time crock trying to hustle is way to freedom by playing insane so he doesn’t have to go ...

Film Thoughts “One Flew Over The Cuckoos’ Nest” #MindOverMatter

Greetings & Salutations

The theme for April is #MindOverMatter, screening two fascinating films which explore the human mind. It’s complexity, it’s emotions, its desire and its demons.

What can we say about One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest this brilliant story of a two-time crock trying to hustle is way to freedom by playing insane so he doesn’t have to go to jail.

Life On Screen: My favourite scene and when McMurphy (played by Jack Nicholson) is swimming and his counting down the days until his release, taunting and causing mayhem along the way however he taunts one of the mental assistance but his is son brought up to speed on how his committed at their pleasure and can only leave if the doctors say so, as prison rules don’t apply here.

It’s then the penny drop’s and at the next group session begins to blame his mentally insane colleagues for him taunting the staff and causing mayhem also asking them why they didn’t inform him of this fact, that he can only leave is the doctors seem fit to let him go sighting that if he had known his behaviour would be restrained and forthcoming to goodwill and kind gestures.

Film Thoughts: This is brilliant classic brings to light the insane rules and drug testing that mental patients go through in order to try and remain mentally aware in some way. If I gave you a drug to take and didn’t tell you what’s in it, would you take it? (Your saying NO right now) but you take Nurofen, ibuprofen, Anadin, all in one Flu, Cough, Headaches, Sore throats, etc medicine and ask no questions! How many times have you called the companies and asked for a detail report, asked your doctor what each ingredient is for whatever they prescribe? NEVER

You, like millions the world over just take whatever your so called betters tell you to take and think they are right without thinking twice about the side effects, WHY? We’ll discuss this at the next #MindOverMatter SoCiMa Cinema 17th April 2016 screening “A Beautiful Mind”

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April Films:

April Films: "One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest" & "A Beautiful Mind" #MindOverMatter

2016-04-01

SoCiMa Cinema Monthly Movie theme for April is #MindOverMatter. We’re screening two of the finest mind movies of all time which raise awareness to the power of the mind and just how brilliant and resourceful one can be when they put their mind to it.

“One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest” on March 3rd @Boileroom

The 1st screen is Jack Nicholson at his best, the ever charming and magnetic. It’s the Oscar winning “One Flew Over The ...

SoCiMa Cinema Monthly Movie theme for April is #MindOverMatter. We’re screening two of the finest mind movies of all time which raise awareness to the power of the mind and just how brilliant and resourceful one can be when they put their mind to it.

“One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest” on March 3rd @Boileroom

The 1st screen is Jack Nicholson at his best, the ever charming and magnetic. It’s the Oscar winning “One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest”. McMurphy, a two-bit crook who, facing a jail sentence but feigns insanity to be sentenced to a cushy mental hospital. And this is we’re the fun begins

Let’s Talk: Sticking it to the man. We’ve all done or at least though about sticking to the man aka the government or your boss but how far have you gone or would go?

“A Beautiful Mind” on March 17th @Boileroom

The 2nd is a true to life rendition of life and mind of Mr Nash a mathematical genius, he made an astonishing discovery early in his career and stood on the brink of international acclaim. But soon found himself on a painful and harrowing journey of self-discovery.

Let’s Talk: Ever experienced Déjà vu or swear blind that you’ve been here before even though you knew you hadn’t
Films For Thoughts: MindOverMatter is exploring the deep intrigue of human thoughts. it’s that sort on mind altering experiences that we’ll be discussing.

SoCiMa Cinema Website Announcements

SoCiMa Cinema Website Announcements

2016-03-24


As you all know we are really excited about the social cinema experience and we endeavour to make you feel welcome and a part of our social cinematic family and this warm welcome extends to our wonderful social website.

We are making socially simple changes all the time, to help make your interaction experience enjoyable. I’d like to let you know about a few of the changes that we’ve made to help you navigate your way through simply ...


As you all know we are really excited about the social cinema experience and we endeavour to make you feel welcome and a part of our social cinematic family and this warm welcome extends to our wonderful social website.

We are making socially simple changes all the time, to help make your interaction experience enjoyable. I’d like to let you know about a few of the changes that we’ve made to help you navigate your way through simply and socially.

Without further ado SoCiMa brings to you
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Now Screening Page: We’ve created a new Now Screening page which listed the currently screening films / documentaries. This is a simpler way to find out What’s On Right Now. You get all the same informed experience as “Movies & Tickets” e.g. Watch Trailers, Book Tickets, Film Description but simple condensed into What’s On This Month.
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Announcement Page: We’ve created this Announcements page so you can find out all the wonderful social information that we have to share. Everything from Film Thought Reviews, What’s On, Monthly Movie Themes e.g. #OnlineDemocracy #UnequalJustice and now #MindOverMatter everything you need to know about SoCiMa Cinema will be listed here.
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Home Page: we have arranged the website home page to it should now fit on one page meaning less scrolling and a simple elegant look and feel but keeping the socially interactive experience.
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Sponsors/Affiliates Page: This page represents all the wonderful people and organisations that we are proud to be associated with in some large or small way. They share our thoughts, hopes and social ethics and only goes to strength our social cinematic dreams. Take a look, have a read and say a thanks to those that are helping to keep our not-for-profit cinema open.

That’s All Folks, keep inform on all this SoCiMa Cinema, You’re Social Cinema and I hope these updates help makes you social cinema experience that much more enjoyable and accessible. Thank you take care and good speed.

Enjoy your weekend

March Films & Thoughts Review #HardKnockLife

March Films & Thoughts Review #HardKnockLife

2016-03-23

Film & Thoughts Angela’s Ashes & The Road #HardKnockLife
Greetings & Salutations

The theme for march was #HardKnockLife, screening two fascinating films which captivates life, living on the bread line and after an apocalypse.

What can we say Angela’s Ashes this heart wrenching story of a woman trying to raise 5 children on a shoe string with a husband whom would rather get drunk then feed his family.

Life On ...

Film & Thoughts Angela’s Ashes & The Road #HardKnockLife
Greetings & Salutations

The theme for march was #HardKnockLife, screening two fascinating films which captivates life, living on the bread line and after an apocalypse.

What can we say Angela’s Ashes this heart wrenching story of a woman trying to raise 5 children on a shoe string with a husband whom would rather get drunk then feed his family.

Life On Screen: In one scene she gives birth to her 5 child and her good for nothing husband goes to the post office to collect £5 however on this occasion she sends the two oldest children with him to make sure he doesn’t spend the money in the pub. So he collects the cash and goes straight to the pub whilst his two sons plead and beg him not to get drunk and to give them some money for the new born baby for food.

When the sons go back empty handed and without saying a word at that point she realises his no good, a real nasty piece of work. She knew he was a drunk but to do something that despicable, you see a change in her towards him.

Film Thoughts: This film brings to life the plight of the single parent trying to raise a child or children by one’s self is on easy task and with no benefit system, social housing or council to ask for assistance


The Road as the say goes “the road is wide that leads to damnation, and narrow that leads to salvation”. A post-apocalyptic preview of humanity after a world shattering event. How would you act, cope or what would you become to survive? And yes a said “become”. So think for a minute the World is Gone, no food, no drink, no land, no electric, no gas, nothing but……? And If history is something to learn from, then they saying is “Only the strongest survive” so what does that mean? Group up, kill or be killed, can’t pull your weight so you get fed to the wolf’s or do you create a commune with safety in numbers striving for a common cause to survive together, trust one another?

Film Thoughts: This was not the amazing storyline of most movies and I hear the book is the same dark grim read, however the reason for screening this more about us and people, what do we become in the time when humanity is needed most.

It seems that whilst some embrace compassion, others embrace strength, war and to the victor goes the spoils attitude. Another thought provoking thought Would you raise a child in this environment, war torn hell. Would you forsake religion, ethics, morals……..seriously if you partner was pregnant would you have the child or not? how would you raise them! good, bad, fend for self, trust no one? These are the question the film asks of us and force us to contemplate and force us to answer the unthinkable. What would you do to survive

SoCiMa Summary: We really enjoyed HardKnockLife and listen to people discuss their experiences with people remembering the living on rations, food vouchers, boom shelters during the war to the loss of technology, food, seeds, simple foundation like a home, running water, etc. Great films great discussions.

SoCiMa Important Announcement

SoCiMa Important Announcement

2016-03-05

SoCiMa Cinema Important Announcement I have some very important, very exciting news for you all and it’s our pleasure to share it with you, our Social Cinemars.

As you are all know we have taken our social cinema concept from London to Farnborough and now Guildford.

It has been an excitingly busy time for us and we thank you all for your support and endeavour to bring a better social cinema experience to all. I’m delighted ...

SoCiMa Cinema Important Announcement I have some very important, very exciting news for you all and it’s our pleasure to share it with you, our Social Cinemars.

As you are all know we have taken our social cinema concept from London to Farnborough and now Guildford.

It has been an excitingly busy time for us and we thank you all for your support and endeavour to bring a better social cinema experience to all. I’m delighted to announce we have formed a partnership.

We have teamed up with Guildford Tourist Information Centre (part of Guildford council) whom are very excited about SoCiMa, You’re Social Cinema and our new socialising cinema concept.

They are now our partners in promoting Socialised Cinematics and purchasing of our cinema tickets. So what does this mean for SoCiMa Cinema, especially you • Advertising SoCiMa events on our 24/7 TV screen in the High Street window. • Displaying flyers and posters in the front section of the Tourist Information Centre. • Advertising on TIC website www.visitguildford.com • Promoting SoCiMa regularly on radio interviews. • Advertising your event on Facebook www.facebook.com/GuildfordTIC • Advertising your event on Twitter www.twitter.com/GuildfordTIC • Ticketing Purchase in person at the Guilford Tourist Info Office Box Office telephone bookings 01483 444334 Online http://tickets.visitguildford.com You can get tickets delivered or collect on the door

To top things of when you’re on the TIC website http://tickets.visitguildford.com and select “What’s On” then choose “Film” from the list, you’ll only see SoCiMa Cinema Screenings as we’re the only Social / independent Cinema in Guildford work with them (woooo woooo)

You can see the amazing benefits already e.g. advertising, Box Office number, etc. Once I know the radio station date and time I’ll let you all know so you can tune in and spread the social cinema word. I’m actually looking forward to radio show.

You can still visit and use our SoCiMa Cinema Website www.socima.org.uk/cinema to purchase tickets and you can still pay on the door. I’ll be updating all film listings to include the Box Office Number 01483 444334 so any question please call them.

New Films, New Discussion, More Controversial We have updated our film screenings from June – November so you can see our complete cinema season to which I must concur is very exciting indeed. We have and eclectic mixture of movies and documentaries to choose from.

Screening subject such as the abusive nature of Fast Fashion (True Cost) to a couple fight over whom has custody of the child (Kramer Vs Kramer) and poisoning our food (Cowspiracy & Food Inc) to summer romance comedies (2 days in Paris & 2 Days in New York).

We have a fantastic cinema line up with lots to talk about. www.socima.org.uk/cinema checkout them out

That’s a wrap, as you can see we are very excited and feel good about our little social cinemas future. I have more announcements to make but later, that’s enough for today. Many thanks & Enjoy your day
From You’re Social Cinema

February Films & Thoughts Review #UnequalJustice

February Films & Thoughts Review #UnequalJustice

2016-02-29

February Films & Thoughts Review

Social Cinema Experience of “To Kill a Mockingbird”

We had the pleasure of screening this timeless classic before the author passed and our condolences to the family and all films fan. This film has one of those classic that challenged the status qou and in some small part brought racial discrimination to the forefront of people minds and hearts worldwide due to the phenomenal appeal of the ...

February Films & Thoughts Review

Social Cinema Experience of “To Kill a Mockingbird”

We had the pleasure of screening this timeless classic before the author passed and our condolences to the family and all films fan. This film has one of those classic that challenged the status qou and in some small part brought racial discrimination to the forefront of people minds and hearts worldwide due to the phenomenal appeal of the book.

Due to its fascinating characters with none other than Scout Finch (played by Jean Louise) bringing her charm, bluntness, big heart and fight for justice beaming through. It’s a pleasure to watch her display such a mixture of emotions.

A willingness to fight boys twice her size, showing compassion and understanding but seemed puzzled at times. In one scene when asking Atticus (played by Gregory Peck) about the word Ni***r which was used by a boy at school. She knew it to be a bad word, as she fought the boy over it but still needed to comprehend what it meant and why it was used. which lead to an interesting conversation about good and bad people, you live the way your raised. However, I could go on forever but to summarize.

A heartfelt attempt to highlight a child's life during a time of emended racism which was legal in both practice from Law to human behaviour towards people of colour. That's the way things are done in Alabama (or the south in general). No matter what, no white man is not going to see justice against another white man, if a black man can take the fall even if innocent. Even if the guilty party who beat is daughter just for looking and temping a Blackman for pleasure. Her curiosity killed him.

This film will remain a timeless classic and rightly so.

Let's Talk: The discussion was very interesting however I'm not sure if me being a Blackman surround by all white audience made it a little awkward to actually talk about, even though we've touch on it during AmericanDreaming in January. However political and polite terminology was used and we eventually got a good conversation going but hesitance was in the air.

Social Cinema Experience of “12 Angry Men”

12 white men in a room judging an eighteen-year-old boy from a slum whom allegedly stab his father to death. 12 men, 12 angry men but not all of them are angry however the question is? could you let your hatred against another human being get in the way of justice, could you?

This lead me into a thought an interesting thought? How many people have been sent to death due to prejudice? How many jurors (forget colour) have sat in those chairs of life and death and due to hatred sent a person to death or jail . But not forgetting trying to convinced others to follow suit? to think the way they think in order to get their way of thinking into the minds of others in order to kill and innocent person just because............

It feels me with sadness. To think we, as a people of conscience, ethics and morals could and would do such a thing however there are those amongst us that don’t share in those values, the quintessential etiquette of the value of life has no meaning to some. crazy

Let’s Talk: The conversation flowed like the Thames and everyone took part and at one point we talk in small groups as so much was going on. But one scene stood out and that’s the glass pinching the nose that convince the hardnosed man that the verdict was innocent. The old woman tossed and turned and then look out of the window and thought an "A" train, then into the room to which the murder happened without her glasses??????. for me that was an “arh bisto” moment. Masterpiece

We really enjoyed UnequalJustice which brought some controversial topics and simple minded ways of thinking to light so thank you all for taking part and sharing your views. A pleasure to be amongst opened minded people, thank you
Fantastic Films for Thought We have more of these thought provoking films coming thick and fast so sign up, book now and be a part for the social cinema revolution. We need all you thinkers and talkers to share your thoughts with us all. Check www.socima.org.uk/cinema for a full screening list and join the social cinema experience

What is Cinema Controversial

What is Cinema Controversial

2016-02-10

What is Cinema Controversial

Cinema Controversial is our social cinematic endeavour to bring to lights and discuss the worlds issues on screen. Bringing people together to share the thoughts and opinions on life, love and all things in between.

It’s our belief that through films and documentaries the world can be seen, shared and opinions aired. Topics that are consider to be taboo can be openly discuss with respect and ...

What is Cinema Controversial

Cinema Controversial is our social cinematic endeavour to bring to lights and discuss the worlds issues on screen. Bringing people together to share the thoughts and opinions on life, love and all things in between.

It’s our belief that through films and documentaries the world can be seen, shared and opinions aired. Topics that are consider to be taboo can be openly discuss with respect and appreciation by me and you.

Let the Controversial begin First we brought you HER a complex love film of digital romance, which brings to light that more and more people are turning to internet for love and our dependencies on apps. We discussed “CyberLove” with people sharing the own personal experiences and looking at Tinder, Match.com as an examples.

Next we brought you the mind melting Memento and this film has people baffled for years. The complex story of a lost love and mind. How we can make up our own stories to justify the despicable things we do, in order to give our lives some sort or order. The discussion was quite intense and everyone seem lost. Even now we sometime discuss that film. Brilliantly made mind melted.

Cinema Controversial was born and out first theme #OnlineDemocracy (November 2015) We screened two fantastic documentaries about the internet’s pioneers We Live In Public and The Internet’s Own Boy. Exploring the government’s role in creating the big brother surveillance states and how the internet it’s been use to exploit and create digital superstar with the like of Starbucks, Nike and other actually pay people for posting on Instagram, Facebook, etc. Have you ever wonder how Facebook, MySpace, Google got started? We discussed and philosophised about all things the Net.

Next was #AmericanDreamin (January 2016) As we explored watching movies relating to Race, Religion, Immigration, Fame & Misfortune but also self-belief and empowerment, what drives and what thrives us to seek a better life in all forms e.g. money, house, mentally, etc. Crash we explored human interaction, prejudice and stereotypes.

The Golden Dream we exploded Immigration as 3 young kids try to cross the Mexican boarder into the US and how their own people exploited them along the way form Cartels to the Police, corruption runs rife.

The fame, misfortune, love, pain and then self-empowerment we watched “What’s Love Got To Do With It” the Tina Turner story. From the brink of despair and abuse to world stardom hall of famer. discussing abuse and empowerment and the will to carry on fighting the good fight.

Now #UnequalJustice (February 2016) We explore the LAW and is it equal for all? To Kill A Mockingbird was our first film exploring the racial reality of deep south America, were is was lawful to kill and abuse people of colour, as their seen as property and not people. This moving story seen from a child’s eye and the struggle for understating equality and small minded people whom should but don’t know better sentencing a man to death just because of his colour.

Next 12 Angry Men (February 21st Book Now) this puts us in the seat of the jury, could you sentence a man to death, could you be clouded by personal judgments or false stereotypes or just go along with the status quota. Could you simple put someone to death for the sake of going with the flow?

Are you loving SoCiMa Cinema? Want to know What's On in MARCH #HardKnockLife APRIL #MindOverMatter MAY #FamilyMisFortunes more info coming soon

This is SOCIMA CINEMA; this is CINEMA CONTROVERISAL. We are the Cinematic Renaissance shacking up the cinema world, one social step at a time. No more Sit, Watch & Leave. Join the Social Cinematic Revolution we’re your voice and thoughts matter and cinema is not just seen but socialised, enjoyed and talked about.

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SoCiMa Cinema Present AmericanDreaming

SoCiMa Cinema Present AmericanDreaming

2016-01-10

SoCiMa Cinema Present AmericanDreaming

This is part 2 of #CinemaControversial cinema season. At AmericanDreaming we’ll be watch films and discussion the concept of the What is the American Dream”. Everything about the American Dream from Immigration, Racial Discrimination to Fame & Fortune. These films starting on the 10th January 2016 will open your eyes and minds and hopefully after watching and discussing you’ll be able to answer ...

SoCiMa Cinema Present AmericanDreaming

This is part 2 of #CinemaControversial cinema season. At AmericanDreaming we’ll be watch films and discussion the concept of the What is the American Dream”. Everything about the American Dream from Immigration, Racial Discrimination to Fame & Fortune. These films starting on the 10th January 2016 will open your eyes and minds and hopefully after watching and discussing you’ll be able to answer the question “What is the American Dream”

Watch “CRASH” on Sunday 10th January @Boileroom, Guildford

Watching film like CRASH on January 10th as we experience life through the eyes of multicultural and racial stereotypes from the point of view of couples, individuals and the police. Let’s Talk about “What’s really like for multi-culturalism”,

Watch “The Golden Dream” on Sunday 24th January @Boileroom, Guildford then screening on the January 24th The Golden Dream as we experience life as immigrates trying to get and cross the Mexican to American boarder, experiencing their trials and tribulations and discussing “Is life greener on the other side”.

Watch “What’s Love Got To Do With It” on Sunday 31st January @Boileroom, Guildford

We’re screening the emotional biopic “What’s Love Got To Do With It” experience the life of the world renown inspirational singer Tina Turner from humble begins to American Stardom and discussing “Fame, a high price to pay for it”

Film & Thoughts Review #OnlineDemocary

Film & Thoughts Review #OnlineDemocary "WeLiveInPublic" & "TheInternetsOwnBoy"

2015-11-01

#OnlineDemocary Review

Afternoon All, thank you to all those whom made our first #CinemaControversial event #OnlineDemocracy so successful, brilliant to meet new minds and each discussion were enlightening and provocative to say the least, with very acting with diplomacy and respect, which is brilliant and exactly what we wanted and hoped for, thank you.

This was a very interesting debate subject, mostly everyone had the ...

#OnlineDemocary Review

Afternoon All, thank you to all those whom made our first #CinemaControversial event #OnlineDemocracy so successful, brilliant to meet new minds and each discussion were enlightening and provocative to say the least, with very acting with diplomacy and respect, which is brilliant and exactly what we wanted and hoped for, thank you.

This was a very interesting debate subject, mostly everyone had the same consensus with his morals and motives however there a mixture of though on how to achieve your objective legally within a corrupt legal system.

If the very system is build, designed or has evolved into a corrupt organization the how can you trust it to be fair and righteous in its decisions, its judgments? Me for my part agreed with what he stood for but against of the means to which he choose to implement considering he had money, influence and resources at his deposal to complete his objective without the breaking the law to achieve it.

SoCiMa Say’s

I score it an 8 because of his ethical intent, his commitment to human’s rights and to empower the people with knowledge of government acts of law to which we as lazy mined people would have otherwise dismissed but not having the common sense to hide a laptop or use his resource to achieve his objective or not wanting to use his money even though he didn’t care or want money, Uuhhhmmmm seems a little misguide or martyr like. Why pay when you can code and take?

Overall it’s a fascinating film that has you asking question about government and abuse of people against its citizens hence #DemocracyExposed

#DemocracyExposed

Do to popular demand and the amazing debate / discussion, we are very excited to be continuing with #OnlineDemocracy theme. We’re planning the next series of films and documentaries but we focusing on expose corporations & governments ethics morals and keep the people blind theories.

The theme will be #DemocracyExposed watching and discussing anything from BBC TV licence scam to tax exemptions for the 1% and really looking at the theory of Democracy itself, exciting time for the Socially Political Minded.