Netflix Documentaries

I signed up for the free one month Netflix subscription last week and it was one of the best decisions I’ve made. There are so many interesting documentaries out there

I would not have known about if it weren’t for this little venture. It will be interesting to see how I will make the decision to cancel it at the end of my one month.

If you’re a Netflix subscriber, then I highly recommend you watch the following documentaries:

Are you a food lover?

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Food Chains
This is an eye opening documentary about America’s food supply chain. It will make you think about where your basic food needs come from and how they make their way to your local supermarket.

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Sushi: The Global Catch
As a sushi lover, this opened my eyes to what is currently happening in the supply chain of the sushi world. The main point tackles the supply and demand of blue fin tuna, the most popular sushi dish, and how its increasing demand will inevitably rid our oceans of its ecological balance.

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Spinning Plates
A documentary that gives the viewer lessons about passion, determination, community building, and how food can connect everyone at the table.

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Jiro Dreams of Sushi
A story about Jiro Ono, the owner of three star Michelin restaurant, Sukiyabashi Jiro, his love for sushi, his family and his line of work.

Are you obsessed with fashion?

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Bill Cunningham New York
I personally saw Bill Cunningham work his magic last year. This documentary makes me appreciate him even more as a personal and professional character of the fashion industry.

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Scatter my Ashes at Bergdorf’s
A biography about New York City’s Bergdorf Goodman. This shows the history, the people who work behind the scenes, and the cultural impact the store has on New York City and beyond.

Are you interested in the American Dream?

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Park Avenue: Money, Power and the American Dream
This documentary shows the scary truth about the American Dream. To everyone who thinks the United States can help you obtain this, this documentary will make you think twice.

Have any Netflix recommendations for me?

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