I must admit, I love me some documentaries. I've been on a kick the last couple days, too, so I'd love to hear your favorites. Some of mine: Paradise Lost 1,2, & 3; West of Memphis; Devil's Knot --About three teen boys (falsely, in my opinion) accused of the grizzly murder of three young boys. The Woman Who Wasn't There --A woman claims to have been a survivor of 9/11; she starts survivor groups, heads them up, and becomes close to everyone involved, only to find out she made up her entire experience There's Something Wrong with Aunt Diane --A loving aunt picks up five children from camp, and hours later, it's reported they have all been in a deadly car accident. The ME says her blood alcohol level was through the roof -- but the people who love her believe she had a medical emergency while driving because she would've never drank while driving. Valentine Road --An eighth grade mixed race transgender boy is shot and killed in his classroom by a possible white supremacist. They of course try to make the argument that the victim was sexually harassing the murderer by asking him to be his Valentine. Talhotblond --An internet relationship gone so, so wrong... It gets more and more twisted the further in it gets. Citizenfour --All about Edward Snowden. Before he came out with his information, he reached out to a reporter. The entire ordeal, from before he came out to after he ran to Russia, is documented there. For the Bible Tells Me So --Christian gays and lesbians speak about their orientation and how hard it was for them to accept themselves surrounded by people who think it's a sin. I sent this documentary to a friend of mine who is struggling with the same thing, and she cried as she thanked me for showing it to her. It's a very moving documentary. There's many, many more... I just can't remember the names. So what about you? Do you have any favorites?