What recent documentary did you enjoy watching?

Katy Perry: Part of Me.  You might think it's fluff, but it's a great story of perseverance and drive, even under great adversity.

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Katy Perry: Part of Me.  You might think it's fluff, but it's a great story of perseverance and drive, even under great adversity.
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Amazing Grace with Aretha Franklin and Concerning Violence
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American Factory. Great documentary about a foreign company revitalizing a shuttered factory. It brings hope and jobs back to a community, but under a very different structure and environment. 
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NOVA: Look who's driving - Interesting to see the progress and shortcomings of AI used in autonomous driving systems. Sums up IT work in 1 hour 
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Deliberately Developmental Organization (DDO) : Improving organizational culture and effectiveness through personal develolment
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PBS NOVA - look whos driving (self driving cars)
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American Factory
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Apollo 11.  Just came out, highly recommend it for many reasons... it covers the American spirit of ingenuity, demonstrates our ability to come together for a goal, shows perseverance in the face of danger and uncertainty, and memorializes all of the hard=working people involved in the effort.  My small children are obsessed and inspired and constanly want to play out what they saw.
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Blue Planet II on Netflix Hopefully technology and clean energy start to help the oceans heal before it’s too late.
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Jiro Dreams of Sushi The movie brings viewers inside the dedication, obsession, and decades of hard work it takes to achieve perfection.
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Becoming Warren Buffett
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Steve Jobs: One Last Thing 
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Tony Robbins: I Am Not Your Guru
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Transcendent Man
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Banking on Bitcoin
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The Korean War on the History Channel. Contrary to the new media norms, an honest, nuanced, and truthful account of the events. 
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Stink on Netflix.  Amazed at how many everyday products (perfumes, clothing...) are not safe as they contain unregulated "fragrance" which can be and often are absolutely anything, including carcinogens.
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Inside Bill's Brain: Decoding Bill Gates
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The Tapping Solution.  An interesting documentary on a merger of tradition Chinese medicine (TCM) and psychotherapy where while talking about an emotional or physical issue, patients tap meridians (energy points - think accupressure/accupuncture) and experience a significant  decrease or total elimination of the symptom.  Several independent peer reviewed research supports this technique.
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Frye - there was lots of publicity about the event at the time so it was good to get an end to end view.
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The Game Changer is very insightful.
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Meeting Gorbachev
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Steve Jobs -  One Last Thing.  This documentary showed an inspiration look at Steve Jobs and the major influences that helped shape who he is and his amazing career.
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Fyre: The greatest party that never happened on Netflix it was really eye opening to see how viral digital marketing, worked to scam a lot of people.
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GPB Media (NPR Station) - Your fantastic mind. I learn lot about our body, mind and brain in this program. Highly recommend it - 
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Nova, describ s future of AI
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Ken Burns Country Music. Based here in Nashville, it was great to see some of our local history, and great music, and (honestly) a few of my neighbors!!
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Free Solo.
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The Great Leap Forward
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American Factory on Netflix
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Inside Bill’s Brain
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Inside Bill’s Brain. A must watch. 
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The Founder - Really Fascinating documentary
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Vox Explained
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Becoming Warren Buffett
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Digital Transformation: Visions of Nations, Companies, and People
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First Man. While it might technically not be a 100 % documentary, the movie does a great job showing the human side of the hero, tells a lot about what are the real motives of human behavior as well as how every success story has much more angles than the most visible line. 
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Generation Startup
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Tell Me Who I Am. It presents a very unusual but captivating question/decision that may not be directly relatable to many people but in a more general context is very relevant to everyday life. 
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So I watched multiple Bc it was a series but it’s called Rotten on Netflix and it kind of goes through a lot of different things that have happened or been caused by government laws or lobbyist.  The one on called troubled water really fascinated me on the bottle water industry. This one was specific to Nestle and public water supplies.  I am really into environmental issues vs what is and isn’t allowed.  It’s a really good series if you are into that. 
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Echoe in the Canyon.  Jakob Dylan takes a look at the music scene in Laurel Canyon in the late 60s.
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American Factory was excellent.
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Generation Startup
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Generation Startup
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The Vietnam series - what a political battle from start to end.
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Becoming Warren Buffett
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American Factory on Netflix
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Steve Jobs -  One Last Thing. This documentary is really interesting.
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CNN Documentaries on the 60s and 70s.
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Becoming Warren Buffett
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Theranous
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'We are Columbine' --  What a sobering retelling of the event from the perspective of those that survived. Students / Teachers /Faculty etc.
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Pavarotti - very informative to see how this singer and entertainer changed an entire genre, and then influenced so many others.  Later in life his passion for helping so many people around the world and "giving back" was remarkable.
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Blue Planet on climate change
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CNN Documentary of 90s. 
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American Factory
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