Netflix is famous around this generation for amazing movies and TV shows. Its a great source of entertainment for people who like to sit down, relax and watch. Netflix is available on all platforms such as TVs, Browsers and mobile phones. Download option is also available which gives you freedom to watch your favorite content everywhere, anytime. If you are keen movie and tv show lover then you might be amazed to see the number of people who loves watching documentaries as well. In this article we will discuss about the top ten documentaries to watch on Netflix in 2023.
[su_heading size=”24″]Stutz (2022)[/su_heading]
Running time: 1 hr 36 min | Director: Jonah Hill
Stutz is a personal documentary featuring Jonah Hill, the film’s director and subject. In it, Hill talks candidly with his therapist, Dr. Phil Stutz, about his mental health issues and the wider mental health industry. The film offers insights and tools for viewers, while reducing the stigma around therapy.
[su_heading size=”23″]Sr. (2022)[/su_heading]
Running time: 1 hr 29 min | Director: Chris Smith
Cast: Robert Downey Sr., Robert Downey Jr., Alan Arkin, Norman Lear, Sean Hayes
“Senior” is a personal and sincere tribute to the late Robert Downey Sr., a renowned director and the father of Hollywood star Robert Downey Jr. The film, produced by Downey Jr. and directed by Chris Smith, offers an unfiltered view of the progressive director’s career. Through the eyes of his audacious son, “Senior” delves into the gritty realities of his father’s life, with candid tributes from friends and colleagues like Alan Arkin and Norman Lear. The film celebrates Downey Sr.’s contributions to the comedic counterculture of the 60s and 70s.
[su_heading size=”23″]Ghislaine Maxwell: Filthy Rich (2022)[/su_heading]
Running time: 1 hr 41 min | Director: Maiken Baird, Lisa Bryant
“Ghislaine Maxwell: Filthy Rich” is a documentary that exposes the horrific crimes committed by Ghislaine Maxwell, Jeffrey Epstein’s associate and accomplice, who is currently facing criminal charges for her role in the sexual abuse. Through interviews with Epstein’s victims and archival footage of Maxwell, Epstein, and other powerful figures, directors Maiken Baird and Lisa Bryant explore the extent of Maxwell’s involvement in the trafficking of young women.
[su_heading size=”23″]This Changes Everything (2018)[/su_heading]
Running time: 1 hr 37 min | Director: Tom Donahue
The documentary “This Changes Everything” explores the relevant issue of sexism in Hollywood and was created in association with the Geena Davis Institute on Gender and Media. It features popular actresses and filmmakers such as Jessica Chastain, Sandra Oh, Reese Witherspoon, and Shonda Rhimes, and offers a powerful and important exploration of gender inequality and how to address it. The Geena Davis Institute was recently highlighted at the 2022 Emmys.
[su_heading size=”23″]Stay on Board: The Leo Baker Story (2022)[/su_heading]
Running time: 1 hr 12 min | Director: Nicola Marsh, Giovanni Reda
Stay on Board: The Leo Baker Story” is a documentary that charts Leo Baker’s rise to the top of professional skateboarding, shedding light on a sport that is often overlooked. Directors Nicola Marsh and Giovanni Reda delve into the competitive skate culture, from its origins in neighborhood skate parks to its current status as an exclusive inner circle. The film showcases how Baker’s success opened doors for others and how he built an inclusive space for the LGBTQ+ community.
[su_heading size=”23″]House of Secrets – The Burari deaths (2021)[/su_heading]
Running time: 3 Episodes | Director: Leena Yadav
House of Secrets: The Burari Deaths” is a three-part docuseries by Netflix released in October 2021. The series, created by Leena Yadav and Anubhav Chopra. Investigates the theories surrounding the deaths of 11 members of the same family in 2018, known as the Burari deaths. The show features a score composed and produced by A. R. Rahman and his ensemble of musician group, Qutub-E-Kripa. Producers include Yogendra Mogre and Katherine Leblond, while Aseem Bajaj and James Haygood serve as executive producers.
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