How a documentary about Eskimos explains our stupid reality TV obsession

We can trace the world's obsession with curvaceous humanoids like Kim Kardashian and mannequin dolls named after cities and hotel chains back to the first documentary ever made: Nanook of the North. It was a documentary that faked the life of eskimos to entertain people.

Does that sound familiar? Why yes of course. That's basically all reality TV these days! CineFix Film School'd explains how this inane trend of following 'real' people faking being 'real' started, right from the beginning.


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