Rivals Leon Trotsky and Josef Stalin vie to succeed Vladimir Lenin as leader of the Soviet Union.
Set to a musical montage with Hamish Cowan's With Or Without You, after attending John's funeral, Josie reads a letter where he reveals his desire to be free of everyone's expectations. (Coarse language).
Josie Alibrandi's internal monologue on Tomato Day introduces the Italian culture she resents, her hopes for the future, and her rejection of the idea her past determines her destiny.
Josie complains about having to visit her grandmother after school, observes Nonna's "spy ring" at work, refuses to eat, complains about the heat and argues in Italian before being kicked out of the house.
After muckup day, Josie and her friends discuss their futures while studying in the library. Josie storms out when one of those friends insists they can only ever hope to marry people from their own ethnic groups. (Coarse language).
Josie breaks a bully's nose with a text book and asks her estranged barrister father to help her deal with the school's response and girl's racist dad. (Coarse language).
At a public speaking event at the Sydney Opera House, Josie and Jacob deliver presentations with contrasting styles on the importance of speaking up. (Coarse language)
John Barton reveals that his senator father expects him to study law at university and follow the family tradition of a life in politics. (Coarse language).
Set to a musical montage with LoTel's Teenager Of The Year, Josie takes her HSC exams, father helps her to study in his office, and her grandmother casts a spell.
Russians recount NKVD implementing Stalin's murderous campaign of political repression.
Michael Moore meets National Rifle Association president Charlton Heston to discuss America's gun culture and the shooting death of a sixyearold girl by one of her classmates.
National Rifle Association president Charlton Heston speaks at the organisation's convention in Denver, near Columbine, shortly after the massacre and is met my protesters.
Michael Moore introduces a montage of a 'normal day' in the US on the day of the Columbine High School massacre in 1999. He then receives a free rifle with a new bank account.
Michael Moore leads two injured victims of the Columbine shooting and a media pack to KMart's headquarters to deliver bags of 9mm bullets purchased at the store. A spokesperson announces the withdrawal of such ammunition from sale.
The documentary reviews the role of the media in reporting crime and generating a culture of fear, comparing editorial choices involving race and guns to evidence from researchers and authorities.
Musician Marilyn Manson is amongst those blamed for the Columbine massacre after it is revealed that the shooters were fans. (Coarse language).
Michael Moore compares gun violence statistics and cultural differences around the world. An animation of American history, guns and the Second Amendment is included. (Depictions of violence).
This short clip from the BBC explores how Einstein unlocked the mysteries of space time, how space time is like a fabric that is