Sunday, April 1, 2012
If you have the time, Jonathan Miller’s A Rough History of Disbelief is well worth watching. It’s all that a documentary should be, intelligent, intellectual, no flashy effects or silly re-enactments. That’s another way of saying that it’s everything American television is not (it was produced by the BBC). Treat yourself to something that treats you like a thinking human being. It’s about three hours. Here’s part one, part two, and the final part three. Enjoy.
Posted by O’Hollern at 5:42 PM