Short directed by D.W. Griffith.
In his experimental short film "Brutalität in Stein" (Brutality in Stone), Alexander Kluge demonstrates how Nazi architecture used dimensions of inhuman and super-human scale to bolster the regime's politics of the same kind. Shots of huge neo-classical architectural structures from the Nazi period are confronted with equally anti-human national-socialist language as a voice-over.
In his London studio, Francis Bacon discusses his work and approach with David Sylvester. His representations of the human figure in portraits and triptychs link him to the distorted realism of Van Gogh and Picasso, who also portrayed the intensity of life that Bacon calls “the brutality of fact.”
In the 20th century, the Japanese government exploits prisoners as expendable slave laborers in a coal mine, which results in conflict between the prisoners and the warden to escalate.
Police Brutality Is A Hate Crime,is a documentary based upon true stories and real life accounts, of police corruption and abuses against citizens of the "Unite States of America." However in this powerful documentary "Victims of Police Brutality Hate Crimes" Unite as one to expose! The police departments members for the awful hate crimes the police departments members committed against them and others unlawfully as citizens of the Unite States of America. Not only this, for the first time in history! Victims of police brutality hate crimes are honored by community leaders for their sufferings or unjust treatment by the hands of the police. In this powerful documentary you will hear their testimonies ranging from "Kidnapping to Murder" by the police departments members.