7 Great Documentaries To Stream on Netflix

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Dick Johnson Is Dead (2020)

Directed by Kirsten Johnson, this documentary is a poignant and darkly comedic exploration between a daughter and her aging father. Johnson stages various scenarios in which her father, Dick Johnson, stages his own funeral cope with the inevitability of his decline.

House Of Secrets: The Burari Deaths (2021)

The Documentary examines the tragic incident where eleven members of the same family were found dead under bizarre circumstances, sparking speculation and theories about occult practices and familial beliefs.

The Hunt for Veerappan (2023)

This documentary chronicles the real-life hunt for notorious Indian bandit Koose Muniswamy Veerappan. The film explores the complexities of the decades-long pursuit of one of India's most elusive and dangerous criminals.

The Elephant Whisperers (2022)

Bomman and Bellie, a pair in Southern India, dedicate themselves to nurturing a baby elephant named Raghu, who has been orphaned, creating a unique family that challenges the boundary between the human and animal realms.

The Social Dilemma (2020)

Through interviews with former executives and insiders from major tech companies, the Documentary reveals the algorithms and business models that drive social media platforms and their potential to manipulate and polarize users.

14 Peaks (2021)

This documentary follows mountaineer Nirmal Purja as he embarks on an unprecedented quest to climb all fourteen of the world's highest peaks in record time.

Period. End of Sentence (2018)

In a rural village near Delhi, India, women challenge the taboo around menstruation as they acquire the skills to produce sanitary pads. The Documentary won the Academy Award for Best Documentary Short Film.

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