What is your favorite documentary of all time? (and can it be streamed now on one of the popular streaming services?)
--just looking for interesting things to watch. Thanks in advance.
So much to choose from and no idea about streaming options, I'll throw out Terry Zwigoff's "Crumb".
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I have several, but Cocaine Cowboys comes to mind.
Too many to choose from these days, so here is three:
Making of a Murderer.
End of Earth: 2 Miles
Upper Peninsula: 4 Miles
Hovers between documentary and fiction - but I really like Fatman and Littleboy; about the making of the first atomic bomb.
I also have a couple of DVDs distributed by Y12 weapons plant in Oak Ridge that provide the history of Oak Ridge and uranium enrichment/bomb making.
I also love the cable show "classic album" where they take some great album and walk thru the recording and tracks and little know facts.
I saw it and might still have he DVD. Bob Crumb was weird. Still alive, too.
"If we can find a more complicated way of doing something, we get a prize". - German Automobile assembly plant.
^^^^^ This one, and one about the Israeli Air Force produced by Steven Spielberg's wife.
"Above and Beyond: The Birth of the Israeli Air Force"
It's like my brain's a tree and you're those little cookie elves.
The Thin Blue line. Suggested by Para. Excellent documentary.
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Bitter Lake by British documentarian Adam Curtis. He's produced several documentaries and they're all fascinating.
Century of the Self
I would also recommend all of Werner Herzog's docs. You can probably find most if not all of them on either YouTube or Netflix.
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