DH and I just started watching 60 Days In tonight. It's billed as a reality TV program but is more like a doco. It's about 6 people who volunteer to go under cover in a US jail. OMG! Scary and fascinating all at once.
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04-07-2016 22:26 #21
04-07-2016 22:27 #22
Hello my people!!! Dh thinks Im odd for enjoying doco's
I recently watched one about two sons of high ranking Nazi's in ww2. I cant remember the name but its on Netflix. Was very interesting to hear what they thought about their relatives.
I also love Loius Theroux.
I enjoyed recently She Wolves, a few on some castles in England on Netflix
04-07-2016 22:32 #23
04-07-2016 22:35 #24
We recorded it on Foxtel a few months ago so it's likely GB might have covered it. Both DH and I wondered why we left it so long to watch (it was because we were watching Making of a Murderer and Ross Kemp docos). It's a show that ends with a "OMG" moment each episode.
04-07-2016 23:03 #25Senior Member
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Oh my i love documentaries.... recently watched Blackfish and i was in AWE. i sat in my bed until 2am in the dark watching this movie with eyes glued to the screen!
I also love the real life TV like swamp people, doomsday preppers, prospectors, & the prison shows
04-07-2016 23:11 #26
I watched a Canadian doco this morning on one province involvement in ww1. It was very interesting.
05-07-2016 03:16 #27
Love love love Louis, even though it can be confronting.
Chefs table is great and beautifully filmed.
My beautiful broken brain (Netflix) was good.
There is a gorgeous little series called Often Awesome that's on YouTube and documents a young man dying of ALS and the story of his partner and friends caring for him, I loved it even though its very sad.
05-07-2016 09:25 #28
05-07-2016 11:11 #29
Documentary appreciation thread
gingermillie you are after my heart
I could of written this word for word apart from the last paragraph- I have never heard of it! Will have to check it out.
I love rewatching my long way down set when I need a pick up
One I don't recommend is Hiroshima on Netflix. It was fascinating but simply too traumatising that one has stayed with me for months, one survival story where their kids were stuck under the rubble and everything was burning and they just couldn't pull them out and heard them screaming for them as the burnt to death really really upset me
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05-07-2016 11:19 #30
Absolutely loved Enough Rope with Andrew Denton. A mini-doco he did about mental illness a number of years ago called Angels and Demons was brilliant.
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