edit: the documentary is girl 27
Didn't come here to take you away
I'm not the reaper man
Just here to tell you that your world is in trouble
Do what you can
I have a faint tune in my head, so unless I made it up it's most likely from a song. May be related to this other selection of words, which I also cannot find on Google:
Came (come?) over me
Set me free
Details: A gif that is a scene from the anime "One Punch Man," wherein the bald dude is reading a hate mail letter, and his only reaction to it is "Here's a guy with free time."
I don't know why it's become so hard to find, when I've seen that post on my Dash dozens of times in the last few weeks, but it is. So I would be greatly relieved to finally be able to track it down.
Apologies in advance if this doesn't fit the community. Thanks in advance if someone can find it for me. (With more thanks to come if you do.)
EDIT: Someone found it for me. Thanks!
The two things that stand out are that a) these chapters covered only one argument at a time and specifically didn't go into detail on the philosophers or their entire doctrine and b) the title was something like 50 discussions of famous philosophy arguments. So for example, there was a chapter on Plato's Allegory of the Cave. It just covered that and the pro's/con's, etc of that.
Does this ring a bell to anyone? It's been several years since I read it but I don't know long it's been published.
My memories about this are a bit hazy, it having been so long ago, but I thought it was an episode of ABC's After School Specials. I went through the list of episodes as well as CBS's Schoolbreak Specials, though, and I didn't see anything that sounded like what I was thinking of. And I don't think it would have been a Weekend Special due to the topic and that I'm pretty sure I watched it on a weekday. It might have been in the evening, so maybe it was something else entirely. I don't recall it being very long, though, so I don't think it was a full-length movie. Anyway, it was about two kids (maybe around 11-13 years old???) who begin an intimate relationship with each other that I seem to recall being taboo for reasons other than their ages, like they were cousins or step-siblings... or maybe even same-sex??? (I seem to recall actually not being sure about the gender of at least one of them, so I think they probably had similar hair styles/lengths and they were young, so my confusion over gender could have been due to the boy--if it was a boy--not having hit puberty yet.) They would arrange to have romantic moments together and I think there was a scene where they took a bath together. I remember it seemed like they were trying to act like adults. The most specific thing I remember was in one scene, where they were alone in what might have been a second home or cabin or something, and the girl says to the (boy? other girl?), "take me, I'm yours!" For some reason, that always stuck with me. XD They get caught by their parents and have to end their forbidden relationship before they get to do anything particularly interesting. This would have been early 80s, I should think.
*Edited to add newly remembered details.
**PROBABLY solved: "Rich Kids" from 1979. Thanks!
I think there was a scene where - NSFW details ahead - she fantasises about them having sex, with him taking her from behind.
There was another scene where her mother's boyfriend/husband gropes her in the kitchen and she is annoyed. The movie implies that the stepfather/mother's boyfriend molested or raped her. Or she had consensual sex with him, but wants to forget it.
I hope this rings a bell with someone. Thanks!
My husband is looking for the title of a documentary about voting he saw in school in the mid-80's, but he feels it could have been made in the 1970s to early 80s.
It was in color, shot on film, probably under an hour long. The main thing he remembers is that there was a camera man who followed the man who hikes down and collects the ballots from the people who live in the bottom of the Grand Canyon. The rest of the film might have been about voting as it pertains to other parts of America.
He says it seemed like the sort of thing that was made to be shown to kids in school, probably not shown on general TV except maybe PBS.