5 eyelet documentaries you can watch anywhere

As we move into the dog days of summer with heat waves virtually enveloping the entire world, there are few better times to sit back with a qualuty documentary. With so many choices (and platforms), we turn to one of our favourites, eyelet, to see what is on offer around topics Modern Times Review is interested in (#surveillance, capitalism, militarism, technology, etc.). Here, we found five quality eyelet documentaries that fall in that line and are available virtually all around the world. Check them out below!

Buon Inverno


Director: Giovanni Totaro/Italy/2017
Every summer on Mondello Beach in Palermo, more than a thousand cabins are erected to house the same number of groups of bathers who will spend the season in them. For these people, the «huts» are the perfect setting in which to hide behind the memory of a social status that the financial crisis of recent years has undermined.

Depth Two


Director: Ognjen Glavonic/Serbias/2018
While NATO was bombing Yugoslavia in 1999, a truck containing 53 dead bodies plunged into the Danube near the border with Romania with no enquiries . . .

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