Four Documentaries Everyone Should See

Four Documentaries Everyone Should See

Human

What is it that makes us human? Filmmaker Yann Arthus-Bertrand confronts the realities and diversity of human conditions, and tries to find out what we all have in common. The documentary shows incredible moments with people from all over open up about love.

Where to see it: Youtube

 

#Female Pleasure

An absolute must-see for all genders. Barbara Miller take us on a journey to discover the remaining obstacles that stand in the way of female sexuality in the 21st century. We meet five extraordinary young women who fights for a self-determined female sexuality and an equal, passionate relationship between the sexes.

Where to see it: Cinemas or https://www.femalepleasure.org

 

Stacey Dooley Investigates

Stacey Dooley keeps on surprising me. I can't think of any other investigating journalists that can do what she does in front of a camera. Stacey manages to combine a fierce, critical but  caring approach to all the tabu themes she explores - and even more important - the people she meet along the way. Watch all, but especially Sex in Strange Places and Shot By My Neighbor.

Where to see it: BBC.com or NRK.no

 

Minimalism

Do you have a wish to live more sustainable? These guys show you have you can live BETTER with less. The documentary is an eye-opener to anyone who hasn't been exposed to the life quality you can get by having less. Directed by Matt D'Avella and with Dan Harris, Joshua Becker, Shannon Whitehead and Sam Harris.

Where to watch it: Netflix

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