Here Are 6 Brilliant Netflix Documentaries To Watch After Work Tonight

By seank

December 20, 2016 at 12:10am

Here Are 6 Brilliant Netflix Documentaries To Watch After Work Tonight

Work's over and you just want to crash for the evening: perfect conditions for a Netflix sesh.

Now we know you love documentaries, so after some extensive trailer research we put together a list of the most intriguing docs out there at the moment.

There's something for foodies, vegans, redheads, even those in search of their bliss. So grab your tea or coffee, a bunch of snacks (we're thinking chocolatey biscuits of some kind), a duvet, and get watching one of the following...

1. Happy

In search of true happiness? There are small ways we can change our lives in order to find contentment, and this doc explores what they are.

2. Art Of Conflict

In one of the darkest periods in our island's history, the Troubles of Northern Ireland, powerful works of art emerged in murals. Art Of Conflict takes a look at both sides of the conflict through the lens of art.

3. Being Ginger

Often bullied and ridiculed, Being Ginger shows that the plight of redheads is no insignificant matter. Get an insight into what it's like to be foxy as an American strawberry blonde man journeys to Scotland in search of a girl who wants a redhead. 

4. Chef's Table

This documentary really gets behind the craft of cooking by getting into the kitchens of six of the best chefs in the world. The second season was released recently and it makes for perfect bingewatching material, just beware of the inevitable food envy.

5. Cowspiracy

Executive produced by Leonardo DiCaprio, this documentary explores the impact of animal agriculture on the environment and investigates the policies of environmental organisations like Greenpeace and Rainforest Action Network on this issue. 

Also useful if you're trying to convert someone to veganism.

6. The True Cost

A grim look at the fashion industry and how its unsustainable business model is robbing millions of workers of their basic human rights.

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