All-Time  Best Netflix Documentaries for Students 

Watching inspiring documentaries can be a great way to learn about new topics. They also give you ideas and food for thought. 

My Octopus Teacher

IMDb 8.1 Rotten Tomatoes 95%

It is the true story of Craig Foster (a South African naturalist). He met an Octopus one day, and his life was changed forever. Foster did a lot of diving underwater to find a new opportunity to spend time with his teacher and friend. 

The Social Dilemma

The Social Dilemma documentary consists of interviews  with ex-workers of the largest tech companies .They shared their knowledge and opinions about the algorithms and mechanisms that power our favorite social networks. 

IMDb 7.6 Rotten Tomatoes 86%

The Game Changer

IMDb 7.9 Rotten Tomatoes 70%

Produced by Arnold Schwarzenegger, Lewis Hamilton, Jackie Chan and other prominent sportspersons who remain vegan throughout their lives. You will find a lot of graphs, animation photos, and research results to help you better understand new information, 

HeadSpace: Guide to Meditation

IMDb 8.5 Rotten Tomatoes 100%

This animated documentary series offers simple, but effective meditation techniques. These techniques are thought to reduce stress, improve mental health and lower blood pressure. Students can also meditate to improve their mood, energy and productivity.

Breaking Boundaries

IMDb 8.5 Rotten Tomatoes 100%

Breaking Boundaries reveals how humans are pushing Earth past the boundaries that have held it stable for 10,000 years. Johan Rockstrom and David Attenborough examine the effects of climate change on Earth's biodiversity and suggest ways to prevent it. 

Feminists: What Were They Thinking?

IMDb 7.0 Rotten Tomatoes 80%

This documentary takes a look at the 1960s and 70s, when the second wave of feminism produced significant social change. 

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