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Now that you have figured out BitTorrent, why not move on to some other footage 
(and join our quest to bankrupt Amazon and the BBC, one download at a time).

The best way to get last week's "Emotional History of the Modern World" out of 
your head may be Steve McQueen's emotional history of the rest of the world, 
better known as "Small Axe", equally "inspired by real-life events", even 
though of a different nature and magnitude, and not occurring in the same order.

In case you're still undecided, watch Lovers Rock. It'll run at Pirate Cinema 
as soon as we can dance again without killing everybody else in the process. 
Which won't be any time soon, so you better fire up that BitTorrent client.


                                                                       Small Axe
                                                                   Steve McQueen

                                           Trailer: https://youtu.be/SjFAEy-0BLk

                                                      Part 1: Mangrove (127 min)
                                                    Part 2: Lovers Rock (70 min)
                                            Part 3: Red, White and Blue (80 min)
                                                   Part 4: Alex Wheatle (66 min)
                                                      Part 5: Education (63 min)



BitTorrent FAQ Part 2:

Q: Can I download individual files from a torrent?
A: Yes you can.

Q: Am I supposed to keep seeding the torrent?
A: Up to you.

Q: Why is the download not super fast?
A: Because not enough people are seeding the torrent.

Q: Can I make my own torrent files?
A: Yes you can.


pirate cinema berlin

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