what are your recommendations?
here's some of mine:
the devil next door
making a murderer
three identical strangers
fyre (watch both versions on netflix and hulu)
do not watch because they're either bad or too draggy:
tell me who i am
(their story is actually interesting but it lacks details and they repeat things sooo many times, ugh. watch this if you don't mind)
Adam curtis docs are great. Memeish but great. Watch hypernormalisation. Apollo 11 from this year is a MUST SEE. large format, never before seen footage. theres no real narration, no interviews, it's basically just the audio of the mission and whatnot. it is so captivating and breathtaking. Game Changers-it’s on netflix Oh yeah, I forgot about blackfish. Adding that to my list! I'm currently watching the staircase, I'm on episode 8 rn and jesus christ, it's heavily biased dear zachary
long shot was ok
behind the curve
the great hack -- i haven't finished it but it's interesting so i will eventually, doesn't seem bad
knock down the house
the inventor - our for blood in silicon valley
mummy dead and dearest
roll red roll or whatever is terrible don't watch it
out for blood not our i hate being mobile and not being able to edit I'm watching first episode of Broken and, it's about the makeup. Buying cheap/counterfeit makeup can literally ruin your health. I enjoyed Roll Red Roll on netflix - it shared a real good message and held some twists with anonymous getting involved Also I thought the Devil Next Door was good too.
If you like murderish doco's the confession tapes is really interesting. Mainly about how people confessed to a crime 'they didnt' commit!
dark tourist - is a fun one. About a kiwi guy who travels around the world and does 'dark' touristy things. Light hearted as but it is cool to see what people will pay to do