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6 Best Documentaries Available On Amazon Prime

Sep. 15. 2020

Streaming platforms like Amazon Prime has a wide range of documentaries that are both intriguing and moving. Here are some of the best ones that are worth streaming on Prime Video.

One Child Nation (2019)

China’s one-child policy is a well-known social experiment conducted by the government. The policy was introduced as a measure to prevent the overpopulation crisis of the nation. Spread from 1979 to 2015, it has shaped many generations of parents and children. One Child Nation looks at the elements of this cruel intervention and how it affected the various classes of people. 

Life Off Grid (2015)

In Canada, a group of people decided to undergo a personal journey. Disconnecting from the existing system, they chose to build new lives around renewable energy and live it for a period of two years. Little did they know that the results of their personal challenge would end up beautiful, inspiring, and a documentary worth watching.

The Brain That Changes Itself (2008) 

Based on the best-selling book by psychologist and researcher Dr. Norman Doidge, this documentary of the same name reveals how the human brain is not hard-wired by age 18. His ground-breaking research made people understand that grown-up people are actively changing and adapting to new challenges and scenarios over time.

The Milky Way (2014)

Breastfeeding is one of the natural processes in all known mammals. However, in humans, it comes with many cultural and political roadblocks. Why?! This family documentary is about renowned lactation consultants Jennifer Davidson and Chantal Molnar who are out to explore, identify, and change the challenges faced by breastfeeding women.

Hale County, This Morning This Evening (2018)

This critically acclaimed doc talks about the intimate and personal moments of the black people living in Hale County, a region known commonly as the Black Belt of Alabama. Offering a kaleidoscopic view of black lives in the 2010s, the documentary keeps its frames aways from the normal depiction of blacks in relationship to white lives.

The Witness (2015)

It was in 1964 that Kitty Genovese was brutally murdered in Kew Gardens of Queens. Even when there were about 38 people watching the incident, no one took any action. The Witness tells the emotional and powerful tale of how the death of Kitty still stands as a reminder for taking action.

6 Best Documentaries Available On Amazon Prime

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