Going Clear: Scientology and The Prison Of Belief – I found this so fascinating, I’m always so intrigued and interested to learn about cults and religions and this one was darn good. (watch the trailer) *I watched it on netflix.
Tig – A personal biography of comedian Tig Notaro about her trials with breast cancer, it’s touching and funny and just really good (way better than my first impression let on). (watch the trailer) *it’s a netflix original so you can find it on there.
The True Cost – Everyone should watch this, as someone who works in the fashion industry I found it super interesting but really anyone who wears clothes would find it interesting. (watch the trailer) *I watched it on netflix.
20 Feet From Stardom – I loved this one, it shined a light on backup singers for some of the greatest musical legends. Super cool, humbling and just flipping great. (watch the trailer) *I watched it on netflix.
Citizenfour – A must watch, really everyone needs to watch this. I don’t know what to say about this without sounding like a conspiracy theorist, but the doc follows Edward Snowden who leaked classified covert info from the US government and then shared it. (watch the trailer)
Hot Girls Wanted – This one was pretty sad for me, but good to watch and be aware of this. The doc peeks a life look inside the amateur porn industry, how the girls are treated and how they are attracted to the industry. (watch the trailer) *it’s a netflix original so you can find it on there.
There are four more I wanted to add, but haven’t had a chance to watch them yet so I don’t know if they are share worthy — so maybe once I do I’ll make yet another list, I’ll probably make another list at some point anyways. Do you have any favorite docs you want to share? Have you seen any of these?
*And if you want 24 more to check out, here you go!
Since we are talking about weekends, what are your plans for the weekend? Us we are probably going to check out some of the happenings in the city, maybe get to one of those 4 new docs I was slightly mentioning and I’m hoping (and praying) to get to either Goodlife or yoga — both have been hard to get to since I’ve been on my own (Chris is working super crazy hours). I really wish both the gym and the studio offered kids classes at the same time as my (like I own them or something) classes, so the kids and I could all get in some good old physical fitness in — wouldn’t that be awesome/way better than childcare?