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Best Documentaries?

Posted 10/6/09 , edited 10/6/09
An Inconveniant Truth
Supersize Me
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31 / F / Pinas
Posted 11/29/09 , edited 11/29/09
different cultures featured at Nat Geo
Posted 12/3/09 , edited 12/3/09
Michael Jackson's This Is It
(is what my boyfriend would undoubtedly say)
Posted 12/5/09 , edited 12/6/09
S21: The Khmer Rouge Killing Machine
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30 / F / Sector ZZ9 Plural...
Posted 12/24/09 , edited 12/24/09
Osadne...Slovak documentary about one small village and their journey to Brusel and EU parliament.. Epic and ironic.

Lie of the Land ..Award winnig documentary about How bad it is on GB countryside

Todesangst in Tibet - Unterwegs in einem geknebelten Land aka Uncover in Tibet...Damn I cried..This documentary shows how truly awful it is in Tibet

Les Glaneurs et la glaneuse ..Nouvelle vague director Agnes Varda and her unique and subjective shooting style

The Five Obstructions ...Lars Von Trier challenge.

Zeitgeist the truth about 11 september, bible and world economics. Americans should not watch this.

9 to 5: Days in Porn for boys mainly, this documentary is about porn industry :D

all I can remember now,
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Posted 1/17/10 , edited 1/17/10
"Grizzly Man"
"Anvil-The Story of Anvil"
"An Inconveniant Truth"
"Not Quite Hollywood"
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25 / F / United Kingdom
Posted 1/26/10 , edited 1/27/10
No way! No one mentioned Dear Zachary: A Letter to a Son About His Father? It's so sad

The Cove
Titicut Follies
Grizzly Man

Ah, watched this one about snuff films recently which was pretty interesting ^^ Don't remember the name though...
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28 / M
Posted 1/27/10 , edited 1/28/10
Anything Michael Moore. Bowling for Columbine and Sicko especially
and Supersize me. It made me stop eating Mcdonalds.
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28 / F / Ireland
Posted 3/27/10 , edited 3/27/10
Has anyone seen any of Louis Theroux's documentaries? He has some brilliant ones. His one 'Louis and the Nazi's' in particular is very interesting, although quite disturbing at times.
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