5 Documentaries To Watch That Will Make You Smarter

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Looking for documentaries that make you smarter? Often to be the best version of ourselves, we have to take a leaf out of someone else’s book. With heaps to learn, and so much to aspire to every career girl can benefit from taking time out to learn from others. Whether you are just starting out in your career or are well-established in what you do, there is always room for improvement and a huge potential for you to learn through the experience of others.

Watching documentaries is not only one of the best ways to receive a huge amount of knowledge in a short space of time, but can also be a great way to gain insight into a world that you know absolutely nothing about. The more you know, the better you will be, making these 5 documentaries a must-watch!

1. Trust Machine: The Story of Blockchain

 

This documentary extensively covers cryptocurrency, so if you just don’t get it – you need to watch this. It explores the different currencies that have emerged over the past decade and is sooo interesting if you’ve ever wondered wtaf Bitcoin is.

2. Killing Them Safely

This is a super relevant documentary covering the use of tasers by U.S police. It explores the controversy surrounding police brutality and paints a picture of both sides of the story which is important if you want to educate yourself further.

3. 13th

You NEED to watch this. This revealing depiction of the criminal ‘justice’ system will honestly blow your mind. This is one of the best documentaries that make you smarter, it’ll make you question everything!

4. The Queen of Versailles

This documentary explores the recent economic crisis through the eyes of the 1 percent. Completely unique, this documentary follows an insanely wealthy couple as they start to lose their wealth. It’s super interesting to see how financial crises are seen in different wealth brackets.

5. The Hunting Ground 

This documentary looks at sexual assault and rape on U.S college campuses and gets behind the scenes access to the universities who try to cover it up. This is a heartbreaking and also powerful documentary that’s recommended watching right now.

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