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But will see that ''Tyson'' now right away. Is Man on Wire also good?

Beyond good. Its a must see.
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Beyond good. Its a must see.

Tyson or man on a wire?

post #138 of 372
Billionaire was interesting.

If you like watching train wrecks, see Hated: GG Allen and the Murder Junkies

While a mockumentary, Zoo was incredibly well done if you can get past the subject matter

I'm sure someone already mentioned Grey Gardens

The Dancing Outlaw is pretty fascinating as well; Knoxville did a sort of remake in 2011
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Tyson or man on a wire?

Man on Wire
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Man on Wire

WIll see, no worries :)

post #142 of 372
BBC doc on perfume, a hobby of mine, but IMO a very well crafted doc showing the industry's range.

3 parts I believe with 3-4 sections each.
start here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jbRFmIx3Vpo
post #143 of 372

This is one of my best doc about fashion

post #144 of 372
^^^ yep, one of the better ones I've seen recently. Really found it insightful to see into Tom's vision of life, fashion, etc
post #145 of 372
^^ The Tom Ford film is really good indeed!

Only problem was that on 1 or 2 occasions I busted up laughing because he sounded too much like Mugatu..
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Dreams With Sharp Teeth is a good doc. about sci-fi/fantasy writer Harlan Ellison. I don't care at all for the genre and I've never read a word of his writing but he's an interesting and hilarious guy.

Another good literary doc. is Hubert Selby: It/ll Be Better Tomorrow

Unforgivable Blackness is a great documentary about Jack Johnson. (the great heavyweight fighter, not the lame surfer frat boy douchebag who writes the same song ten thousand times.)

post #147 of 372
Two part PBS Special on Richard Nixon. Despite his flaws and watergate, I find it hard not to admire his achievements as president.
post #148 of 372
Not a documentary as such but an interesting animation based upon a lecture by Sir Ken Robinson called Changing Education Paradigms.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDZFcDGpL4U
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^^^Thanks guys, I've just filled up my Netflix queue!
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