Like the true story, even it will hurts. Want to know more about the inspirational, scary, sad, funny or anywhere in between. All these complicated feelings you can get from the documentaries. Don't forget that Netflix also supports various documentary series and movies.
In the following we will collect the most and top 10 documentaries ever. Some you may have seen, and you may want to watch in the next. Just read the following.
There's no way to get a better reminder of the impact humans have had on the planet than a dose of David Attenborough. As well as his first Netflix-only environmental show, Our Planet, the streaming service also has both of his deep dives into our oceans. From the world's deepest points to the waters that surround and sit in our city landscapes, Blue Planet and Blue Planet II highlight the devastation we've had on Earth and act as an ongoing reminder of the climate crisis.
After Donald Trump's election in 2016, a group of activists got together to try and change US politics. The result was an influx of new candidates for Congress and the Senate in the 2018 mid-term elections - including loads more women and ethnic minorities. Knock Down the House follows four of them in the months leading up to the Democratic primaries: a mother from Nevada, a nurse from Missouri, a miner's daughter from West Virginia and a 28-year-old bartender from the Bronx called Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. It's an uplifting, optimistic glimpse of a different kind of politics.
This sober, understated and immensely moving documentary about Amy Winehouse's short life relies on her lyrics instead of a narrator, giving the documentary a deeply intimate gaze. Instead of talking heads, the doc features illustrated audio, and a whirl of archive footage from a huge range of sources. It charts her career - from wildly talented teen to a global star struggling with addiction and fame, up to her untimely and tragic death.
Meat is destroying the planet, it's indisputable. But it also has a profound impact on the body. The Game Changers delves into the science of vegan and plant-based diets and what their impact is on health. To do this it focuses on non-meat eating athletes: from ultra-runners to American Footballers and weightlifters. The Game Changers will make you reconsider your meat-heavy diet.
After An Inconvenient Truth and He Named Me Malala, award-winning director Davis Guggenheim explores the journey of renowned tech visionary and philanthropist Bill Gates. The three-part documentary takes viewers through Gates' upbringing, marriage and the creation of Microsoft. The real subject, though, seems to be the work of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, a charity that is on a mission to solve some of the world's most persistent problems - from battling infectious diseases and child mortality in developing countries to educating vulnerable communities in the US.
Before food arrives on your plate, it can take a tumultuous journey. The imported food we eat can often have a hidden back story - Rotten seeks to expose this. The surge in popularity of the avocado has seen its lucrative industry become a target for cartels that are out to make money; while the world of chicken production can end in growers sabotaging each other's stocks. Each episode within Rotten's two series takes on the obscure, and often dangerous, world of a food's production.
After barrelling into the fashion limelight in 1992 with a graduation ceremony collection that established his reputation as a controversial and darkly brilliant designer, Alexander McQueen was soon elevated to the highest echelons of haute couture. The straight talking son of a taxi driver and a schoolteacher who became Givenchy's chief designer aged just 27, McQueen was both vaunted and isolated within the world of high fashion. The documentary charts the path of McQueen's explosive talent who, while ripping up the fashion rulebook repeatedly, grappled with ill health and the pressures of his fame.
Barack and Michelle Obama are making their Hollywood debut with a film tackling Trump's promises to resurrect the country's industrial heartland. The documentary - the first release by the Obamas' Higher Ground Productions as part of their partnership with Netflix - looks at what happens when a Chinese billionaire takes over an abandoned General Motors plant in Ohio and hires 2,000 blue-collar American workers for a new automotive glass factory.
How well do you really know the Cambridge Analytica scandal? This two-hour documentary digs into the origins of the shady political and data science consultancy whose dodgy use of data kicked off a congressional hearing, a parliamentary inquiry and left Facebook with a $5 billion fine and a shattered reputation. Told through the eyes of the journalist and whistleblower who broke the story, and people close to Cambridge Analytica, The Great Hack is a defining look at the standout scandal of the data monopoly era.
Fyre Festival was an unmitigated disaster - and the whole thing was captured on social media and video. The "luxury" music festival took place in the summer of 2017 but its reputation has lived on following its catastrophically bad organisation and execution. Created by Billy McFarland, CEO of Fyre Media Inc and rapper Ja Rule, the event was billed as the don't miss festival of the year: influencers, celebrities and musicians were all due to appear. The reality? Not enough tents, payments missing, and general chaos. The documentary tells the inside story of the failure of Fyre.