Top5. Best documentaries on Netflix to watch at home

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To cope with quarantine at home, I recommended these five documentaries from Netflix, whose content with documents, files, and testimonies will provide you with a broad overview of events to be true.

The following documentaries have been placed by the public as favorites in the streaming platform, which have had good reviews.

1. WILD WILD COUNTRY

In this documentary, the controversial leader of a cult builds a utopian city in Oregon, and the conflict with neighbors of the area becomes a national scandal.

This captivating story of a utopia conflicting won an Emmy for best documentary series.

2. OUR PLANET

From the creators of Planet Earth with narration of Salma Hayek, you experience the natural beauty of our planet and discover how the changing climate affects all living beings.

The Images and footage of animals, rarely seen, is fused with the hard truths about humanity’s impact on the habitats and species on the planet.

3. THE DISAPPEARANCE OF MADELEINE MCCANN

The story investigates in detail the case of Madeleine McCann, the three year old girl who vanished without a trace while used to vacation with his family in 2007.

4. WHAT HAPPENED MISS SIMONE

This tape tells the story of the legendary Nina Simone through material never before heard, of unpublished images, and of their most famous songs.

It is worth-mentioning that in addition to an Oscar nomination, the controversial portrait of the music legend won an Emmy for best documentary.

5. AMANDA KNOX, ARE TO BLAME?

The accused of murder and acquitted twice. Amanda Knox and the people closest to her give her testimony in this documentary.

Narrated by its actual protagonists, the film describes how this beautiful girl of united States became the “ultimate assassin” of her roommate in Italy.

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