Huies Sermon 1981 BDRip x264-BiPOLAR

Huie's Predigt (original title)

Genre: Documentary
IMDB Rating: 6.2/10 From 304 Users
Directed by: Werner Herzog
Starring: N/A
Release Name: Huies.Sermon.1981.BDRip.x264-BiPOLAR
Size: 529MB
Video: MKV | 720×526 | 1 676 kb/s
Audio: English | AAC | 91.2 kb/s
Runtime: 41 min 48 s
Subtitles: English [Selectable]
Samples: Video
BBC Natural World - Kangaroo Dundee and Other Animals (2016) 1080p HDTV x265 AAC MVGroup
Language: English
1 h 57 min | 2.25 GiB | 2 748 kb/s | 1920x1080 | AAC @ 144 kb/s 2 channels | mkv
Genre:Documentary

In the outback of Australia, the world's most famous 'kangaroo mum' is expanding operations. Brolga, aka Kangaroo Dundee, is opening his doors to a whole new bunch of animal characters, including a trio of camels and a southern hairy-nosed wombat called Pete.

The kangaroo joeys are still very much a priority but these days Brolga is sharing maternal duties with his wife Tahnee. With three emu chicks set to move into the family home and the dream of building a wildlife hospital about to become a reality, life in the Australian bush is more hectic than ever before.
Revision 2012 DVDRip x264-BiPOLAR
IMDB info
Language: German
1.18 GiB | 1 h 46 min | 1 590 kb/s | Matroska | 720x404 | AAC, 48.0 kHz, 2 channels, 137 kb/s
Subtitle: English | French
Genre: Documentary

In 1992, two men were shot in a field near the German-Polish border. The circumstances which led to the death of Grigore Velcu and Eudache Calderar have not been clarified even today. Director Philip Scheffner investigates these strange deaths nearly 20 years later.
RTE - The Boys in Green (2020) 720p HDTV x265 AAC MVGroup
Language: English
1 h 41 min | 1.50 GiB | 2 125 kb/s | 1280x720 | AAC @ 132 kb/s 2 channels | mkv
Genre:Documentary

Tells the story of the greatest period in the history of Irish football, as the achievements of Jack Charlton's team put Irish football firmly on the global map.

From 1986 to 1995, the team that Jack built inspired unparalleled scenes of joy in the country and laid the foundation stones for Irish football for future generations.

Blended with unseen, forgotten and rich archive of the period, this is the story of the players who made it all possible, with contributions from those in the middle of the action and those who watched keenly from the stands and the press boxes.
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