Documentary movie is a nonfictional motion picture which is intended to document and depict a given reality aspect like real people, real events, real nature, real catastrophes and real how to with primary purpose being instructing and maintaining the historical records. By watching documentary movie, it can help us in understanding the present world because a lot of documentaries movie the past events which occurred and affected the whole world. It also depicts the different perspective of the world and helps in the changing of policies in several countries. If we watch documentary movie, we can get the educational value with historical and learning experiences and also get inspired. Now, we are going to give you some good documentaries that you can find on Netflix.
The Thin Blue Line was released in 1988 and directed by Errol Morris. This is about Dallas policemen Robert Wood and Teresa Turko that make a routine traffic stop for a car driving without headlights. When Robert approaches the vehicle, the driver pulls a handgun and shot him 5 times. The car sped off into the night while Teresa fire hopelessly in its wake and Robert died. The killer is on the loose in Dallas. Recollections of Teresa of the driver are meager and 50 investigators work through the sparse clues without a witness. Less than a month later, a laborer from Ohio is arrested.
Cartel Land that was released in 2015 and directed by Matthew Heineman is a complex, harrowing documentary about drug gangs’s grip on Mexico. This movie centers on Dr. Jose Mireles who decides to fight back the cartels oppressing his community by making the vigilante group named Autodefensas. Freeing one occupied town after another, the Autodefensas are response to the cartels and to the corrupt government with whom they are in league.
13th is a movie that was released in 2016 and directed by Ava DuVernay. The director has successfully creates a documentary which challenges and dismantles our collective understanding of one of the most dangerous notions of our time namely ‘progress’. This movie is a winning argument against people who judge progress with laws which pretend to safeguard American citizens and amendments and also to establish the Constitution. This is a deftly woven and a look that is defiant at how clauses in the amendments and the language of political system veil and reveal a profound and devastating truth about America: Slavery is never abolished, DuVernay and the participants in the movie argue.
Fire at Sea was released in 2016 and directed by Gianfranco Rosi. It is an imagistic grasp at several months on the Mediterranean island of Lampedusa, 100 miles south of Sicily and the 1st glimpse of land for hundreds of thousands of refugees fleeing Africa and the Middle East. With little context and no voiceover, the director puts in a row the lives of men, women and children barely sustaining themselves on the fringes of humanity, society, with the everyday mundane existences of the denizens of the island.