Five documentaries you should check out

Another project inspired by Ohhh…Mhhh…’s Frage-Foto-Freitag (question-photo-Friday -> read more about how it works here)

The parks are deserted, the beergardens are closing and it’s undoubtedly getting colder outside – at least on this side of the world. We all know: There’s no better place to spend a rainy day than on the couch watching crap. Good news: You can still keep your brain working – by watching some of these really kick-ass, mind-blowing, eye-opening documentaries. I have watched all of the following movies except the first and I will definitely watch them again this fall. And so should you. They’re worth it. I hope. See for yourself, these are the documentaries that make me talk like madwoman. I tried to use pictures to represent them following the “Frage-Foto-Freitag’s” guidelines.

Bottled Life – Telling you all about the business behind bottled water

Bottled Life

Plastic Planet – One of the reasons why I started ingloriousplastics. You can watch (in German) it on the website of ZDF Mediathek.

Ingloriousplastics

Taste the Waste – An inspiring movie that makes you think about what we throw away

Taste the WasteFood Inc. – Makes you wonder what you eat everyday

Food Inc.

Forks over Knives – Makes you think about the above mentioned once again

Forks over knives

So what’s your opinion? Anything missing on my list? Let me know, would love to find out more!

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4 comments

  1. You should also watch planned obsolescence! Its about how the industry intentionally contributes to waste load. Sad face – in many ways disturbing.

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