I'm not sure if it's available on Netflix anymore but "God Grew Tired of Us" is really amazing to watch. It's a huge eye opener to what we really
have available to us in America, how greedy and selfish we truly are.
"Four boys from Sudan embark on a journey to America after years of wandering Sub-Saharan Africa in search of safety."
Yes that was an amazing documentary. Great to show the effect of culture shock and the differences between our lifestyles and those of third world
countries. It also showed, to me at least, that a country's GDP does not correlate with that country's happiness.
I was just going to make a thread like this, to have fellow members share with me some of the documentaries they enjoy.
Too bad a lot of the links seem to be outdated, and a lot of them are just names with no links. Anyway if anyone wants to share links to documentaries
to watch that would be great. I'll add a couple here I've enjoyed the past couple nights with my insomnia:
While it's not a documentary, the secret life of plants (the book by Peter Tompkins & Peter Bird) is an amazing, eye-opening read. IF you read it,
you're never going to look at plants exactly the same way. a reply to: FoxxiRoxxi
the deliberate dumbing down of AmericaIsn't it sad how prophetic that's becoming?! Never before
in the history of our civilization has it been easier and cheaper to get a good education and yet the rise of ignorance is almost epidemic amongst far
too many! Of course, THIS has a LOT to do with it though!
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