Top 5 Documentary Movies

Let’s take a look at the Top 5 Documentary Movies of all time that have no fictional characters.

The Imposter

The Imposter

The Imposter certainly keeps its place in the Top 5 documentary movies. The movie is about the case of Nicholas Barclay, a 13 year old boy from a middle class family of Texas who goes missing after leaving from home to practice basketball. Three years after the incident, the Barclay family receive a call from France claiming to have found Nicholas. However, after bringing him back from France and spending a few months with him, the Barclay family realize the kid they found was actually an imposter.

Home

Home

Home is an extraordinary documentary made out of real life footage from 54 different countries as it explains the situation of the world today and relates it to each other and how it has evolved with the passage of time.

Last Train Home

Last Train Home

Last Train Home introduces us to Chen and Zhang, a married couple who are both factory workers along with 130 million others and the sacrifices they had to make to make the lives of their children better. The plot of the movie is quite deep and the documentary-esque presentation makes it a very good movie to watch.

Bobby Fischer Against The World

Bobby Fischer Against The World

This documentary is about Bobby Fischer, a world class Chess champion from the 20th century as questions are raised on the emotional voids created on the man’s life and how he filled them with the game of Chess.

Saving Face

Saving Face

Dr. Mohammad Jawad, a kind hearted Pakistani doctor from London decides to devote his time to fix the faces of people suffering from acid attacks. The movie revolves around how the analyses each patient and tries to make them look normal again so they can interact with the people around them and live a comfortable life.

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