I have been watching:
Hungry For Change
Fork Over Knife
Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead
on rotation since New Years Day. I've always thought I has healthy and savvy about the stuff I eat and never knew that my turkey bacon is really bad for me. I really love fruits and veggies but it...
Sometimes I've seen a documentary so many times so I just keep it on as background 'music'. Murder and serial killer documentaries are my favourite, but I also enjoy nature or religion documentaries where they debate different theories and stuff like that.
Way better than reality because it's actually real and not scripted. I think HBO has some of thebest and I watch some on YouTube. I enjoy a large variety of genres. I love the so much because they take me too a different place.
I recently saw the documentary, " Hot Coffee" which told the real story of the woman who sued McDonalds over spilling her coffee.
Previously I believed what most people did. A woman drove up to the drive-thru window, ordered coffee, put the cup between her legs and drove off...
A behind the scene look at the life of a webcam girl. It was very interesting and intriguing, not at all what I was expecting. I always wondered how girls/women did it, its definitely not a life everyone can lead.
animals (if I can stomach the sadness), travel (which goes along with people), controversial topics (human trafficking, prostitution, adoption, etc), mythology, and history.
I find it intriguing to get a glimpse of what different places are like and to explore different...
documentary about religious indoctrination and control- specifically Christianity. Things like this make me remember why I am anti-theist.
I have recently watched a documentary on Netflix called Absent. It is about the affect of absent fathers on children and adults. This film will absolutely break you heart, however, I think it is a must see for every to better understand the human heart and those around us.
based on the life of Sebastian Salgado.. I liked that they seemed to capture the man and his choices and artistic achievements in a way that showed who he was as a man and a human being.. I kind of wished they concentrated on what kind of changes he wanted to see by shedding...
Pennsylvania State Treasurer R. Budd Dwyer shot himself to death at a live, televised press conference. He had recently been convicted of accepting a bribe and was about to be sentenced to prison. This was all I knew about the man for quite a while. But after viewing a graphic...
.. mainly ones that have to do with history (prehistoric, ancient, medieval or modern- doesn't matter to me), psychology and sociology (mental health, eating disorders, drugs and drug use, etc.).
I also love the mini-series Planet Earth. Nothing like playing that on my big TV...
for me because it honestly can’t compete with the horrors we see in the real world. What has been revealed about the Catholic Church in recent years is more horrific than anything the most gifted writers of fiction could ever create. This disturbing Frontline documentary...
from Silver River and post produced at Prime Focus, uncovers the true story behind the Oscar-winning movie Chariots of Fire which traced the story of Eric Liddell and Harold Abrahams, who both won gold medals at the 1924 Olympics in Paris. The hour-long documentary aired on ITV1...
Often times more interested in watching them over movies or tv series.
10 documentaries I would recommend on Netflix:
2. Jiro Dreams of Sushi
3. Food, Inc.
7. Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead
8. Tiny: A Story About Living Small
9. How to Die...