True/False Film Festival: Documentari...

True/False Film Festival: Documentaries in our backyard

There are 9 comments on the Student Life story from Mar 9, 2017, titled True/False Film Festival: Documentaries in our backyard. In it, Student Life reports that:

The 14th annual True/False Film Festival wrapped up this past Sunday in Columbia, Mo. A short two-hour drive from St. Louis, the festival screened upwards of 40 documentaries to an audience of about 15,000.

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Texxy

Spring, TX

#1 Mar 18, 2017
Has anyone seen this? I saw the trailer and all the little girls dressed up like she was in one of the pageants and I about puked. The whole sexualization of girls who are elementary-aged is horrific enough. It seems moms like that are inherently mentally ill and living vicariously through their offspring.
Kirby

United States

#2 Mar 19, 2017
Texxy wrote:
Has anyone seen this? I saw the trailer and all the little girls dressed up like she was in one of the pageants and I about puked. The whole sexualization of girls who are elementary-aged is horrific enough. It seems moms like that are inherently mentally ill and living vicariously through their offspring.
False
Pie pan

United States

#4 Mar 23, 2017
You mean the weirdo fest? The largest collection of fanny pack wearing goonies this side of the Mississippi.
Texxy

Spring, TX

#5 Mar 23, 2017
“Casting JonBenet” (Kitty Green): This Netflix-sponsored documentary seems to explore the murder of 6-year-old JonBenet Ramsey’s 1996 murder, for which no one was ever convicted. But instead of being a true crime documentary, the film casts many local actors to play JonBenet’s family, the prime suspects and a few strangers. It becomes more of an investigation into how the tragedy impacted the community as a whole, as the actors share their opinions on the murder and bits of their personal lives. It closes on a heart-wrenching crescendo, as all potential versions of what happened the night of her murder are played out together, and we realize that we’ll never know the truth. The documentary will be available on Netflix in April.
Tex-

Spring, TX

#6 Aug 4, 2017
Kirby wrote:
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False
Back up your claim.
Texxy

Spring, TX

#7 Oct 14, 2017
Classless Mama June got a reality job from her daughter being in pageants plus her daughter's net worth is allegedly $800,000. Mama June moved into a 150-200,000 house, away from the white shack right by the train track. Something like 3,200 sq. feet. Not exactly the same as the
Boulder mansion but pretty good by Georgia's standards.
Logic101

Dallas, TX

#9 Oct 15, 2017
Texxy wrote:
Classless Mama June got a reality job from her daughter being in pageants plus her daughter's net worth is allegedly $800,000. Mama June moved into a 150-200,000 house, away from the white shack right by the train track. Something like 3,200 sq. feet. Not exactly the same as the
Boulder mansion but pretty good by Georgia's standards.
FYI, both homes that the Ramseys owned in Atlanta, while quite nice, would not have been considered mansions by Atlanta's standards. Their home on E. Paces Road in Vinings, for example, was not too far away from some of the priciest real estate the city has to offer, being Buckhead.

E. Paces Ferry Rd.and W.Paces Ferry RD. are almost two different worlds separated by an interstate highway. West Paces homes in Buckhead, price wise, start upwards of five million dollars.

I shouldn't be so sarcastic but I have always believed Patsy chose that East Paces address hoping people would think she was on WEST Paces.
Texxy

Spring, TX

#15 Oct 15, 2017
Logic101 wrote:
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FYI, both homes that the Ramseys owned in Atlanta, while quite nice, would not have been considered mansions by Atlanta's standards. Their home on E. Paces Road in Vinings, for example, was not too far away from some of the priciest real estate the city has to offer, being Buckhead.

E. Paces Ferry Rd.and W.Paces Ferry RD. are almost two different worlds separated by an interstate highway. West Paces homes in Buckhead, price wise, start upwards of five million dollars.

I shouldn't be so sarcastic but I have always believed Patsy chose that East Paces address hoping people would think she was on WEST Paces.
It's ironic that Nedra (Patsy's mother) called the Boulder home a hellhole and didn't think the apt. provided by John's company was nice enough. Nedra didn't descend from royalty and neither did her husband. It is admirable they wanted to elevate themselves up from their hard scrabble beginnings, but how far was she willing to take it?

Most of what I know about Georgia is from "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil." No one has ever been able to explain why the Ramseys left Georgia for the likes of Boulder, CO.
Texxy

Spring, TX

#17 Oct 23, 2017
PelicanBreefs wrote:
Left Georgia
Fired the Paugh's not that long after.
Did the Paugh girls have their men working there too at the Atlanta location?
How was that next holiday gathering?
I can only guess He kept Don on because He helped them fiancially.(to bump the biz in Atlanta merg)
Felt He owned a piece of the pie perhaps.
Even if JR paid him back with interest, he may have felt it was his baby too. MO
None of it made sense. Then again, maybe it wasn't supposed to.

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