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What are the best most controversial documentaries?

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  1. 1Fahrenheit 9/11

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    Fahrenheit 9/11 is a documentary film directed and produced by Michael Moore. This documentary explores the controversy of former president George W. Bush on the war of terrorism against Iraq in 2003.

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  1. 2An Inconvenient Truth

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    An Inconvenient Truth is a documentary shown in 2006 about the horrors of climate change. It was directed by Davis Guggenheim as he follows former Vice President Al Gore's advocacy to educate people on global warming. 

  2. 3Bowling for Columbine

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    Bowling for Columbine is a documentary film directed and narrated by Michael Moore. This documentary tells the story of the 1999 Columbine High School massacre. It won the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.

  1. 4Zeitgeist: The Movie

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    Zeitgeist: The Movie is a series of documentary films written and directed by Peter Joseph which examines a number of conspiracy theories in the world we share, the values we hold, and the problems we face.

  2. 5Jesus Camp

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    Jesus Camp is a documentary film directed by Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady. This documentary follows the story of children and youth participating in a religious summer camp. It was first released on September 15, 2006.

  3. 6The Bridge (2006)

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    The Bridge is a documentary film directed by Eric Steel and it was first released on October 27, 2006, in the US. This movie documents the real suicide stories behind the famous San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge

  4. 7Capturing The Friedmans

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    Capturing The Friedmans is a documentary film released in 2003 which is about the 1980s investigation of Arnold and Jesse Friedman for child molestation. It will take us on the circumstances following the arrest of the two.

  5. 8Interview with a Cannibal

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    Interview with a Cannibal is a documentary film directed by Santiago Stelley for the VICE channel. This half-hour documentary tells the gruesome and horrifying case of Issei Sagawa, a man known for his cannibalistic acts.

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    Anonymous
    July 18, 2018
    "Moore is the king of documentaries for me. I clearly remember watchhing this incident on live televeision after a civilian open fired in a high school community. wtf happend to ppl these days? I gotta praise moore for documenting this controversy with intellectual points and humorous approach at the same time. Long live th king!"
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    Bowling for Columbine
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    Anonymous
    July 18, 2018
    "Really sad and depressing to watch but hey, this is the reality of the world. Imagine passing by a place and knowing that it once held a life and caused it to end as well. :((( after watching this controversial docu, it's like i wanted to hug all the love of my life and tll them that it's all gonne be okay. :(("
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    The Bridge (2006)
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    Anonymous
    July 18, 2018
    "This is the wake up call that we all need to watch!!! Earth is dying y'all. The ice caps are melting. If you need a slap in the face proof, this documentray is what everybody needs to see. Hard cold facts plus moral boost - if we can't be there for our environemnt, who else could be?"
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    An Inconvenient Truth
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    Anonymous
    July 18, 2018
    "I will never forget the 9/11 bombing. This docu covered everything there is to know about this worse event in human history. Moore left an admirable (and infuriating) mark on me. All I know is that after watching this, it made me change my political views. Period."
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    Fahrenheit 9/11
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    Anonymous
    July 18, 2018
    "i came from a devoted Catholic family and ive always thought that these kidns of docus are full of inaccurate facts. but hey this one's kinda different since it highlighted the devotion of the kids and the pastor leading the youth. Good stuff"
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    Jesus Camp
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    Anonymous
    July 18, 2018
    "I;m a huge fan of TRUE CRIME documentaries and series and I can say that this movie was DISTURBING AND REMARKABLE to watch. Digging deeper into the horrendous crime of this father and son tandem makes me cringe... So intense"
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    Capturing The Friedmans
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    Anonymous
    July 18, 2018
    "MAKE. SURE. TO. EAT. YOUR. FOOD. BEFORE. WATCHING. THIS. I can;t believe how much my stomach turned at this. Its really cringy and scary. I dont know what to say anymore. Just watch and see it for yourself.."
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    Interview with a Cannibal
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    Anonymous
    July 18, 2018
    "I've watched this documentary one night with my man and we argued over it after. lol. I must say that it has a lot of conspiracy theories that really ticked our minds.it was a healthy debate tho."
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    Zeitgeist: The Movie
This list is about What are the best most controversial documentaries
RankAnswersTypeVotesPrice
1Fahrenheit 9/11Movies 17 Paid
2An Inconvenient TruthMovies 14 Free
3Bowling for ColumbineMovies 11 Paid
4Zeitgeist: The MovieMovies 10 Paid
5Jesus CampMovies 8 Paid
6The Bridge (2006)Movies 6 Paid
7Capturing The FriedmansMovies 4 Paid
8Interview with a CannibalMovies 0 Paid
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