The best documentaries of 2019 (so far)

Looking for inspiration for life? Then we suggest you read the best documentaries of 2019 - believe me, their content can change you!

Which are the best documentaries of 2019? You probably know that feeling when you watch a certain true story, you can't forget it for the next few days and actually you encourage, to change. If this "clicks" again this year you haven't experienced, we suggest you see what they are the best documentaries of 2019 according to Internet users on IMDb and Rotten Tomatoes. After watching them, you will become a different person!

The best documentaries of 2019:

Apollo (Apollo, 2019)

Rating on IMDb: 8,3
Metascore: 88
Rating on Rotten Tomatoes: 99 %

Apollo 11 is a cinematic space film featuring never-before-seen large-format footage of one of mankind's greatest achievements - the landing on the moon.

Honeyland (Honeyland, 2019)

Rating on IMDb: 8,0
Metascore: 86
Rating on Rotten Tomatoes: 98 %

The last female beekeeper in Europe must save the bees and restore the natural balance to Honeyland when a family of nomadic beekeepers invades her land and threatens her survival.

The Biggest Little Farm (The Biggest Little Farm, 2018)

Rating on IMDb: 8,0
Metascore: 74
Rating on Rotten Tomatoes: 91 %

John Chester and his wife Molly are working to develop a sustainable farm on 200 acres outside of Los Angeles. The film shows that there is hope for the future.

Amazing grace (Amazing Grace, 2018)

Rating on IMDb: 7,8
Metascore: 94
Rating on Rotten Tomatoes: 99 %

Amazing Grace is a movie for all fans of the musician Aretha Franklin - in it you can see the concert footage of Aretha Franklin from 1972, when she performs songs from the best-selling gospel album at the New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Los Angeles.

One child nation (One Child Nation, 2019)

Rating on IMDb: 7,4
Metascore: 85
Rating on Rotten Tomatoes: 98 %

After becoming a mother, the filmmaker uncovers the hidden history of China's one-child policy and the generations of parents and children forever shaped by this social experiment.

Knock Down The House (Knock Down The House, 2019)

Rating on IMDb: 7
Metascore: 80
Rating on Rotten Tomatoes: 100 %

The film provides insight into the people who participated in various political campaigns in the 2018 US congressional elections. It is a great source of information for viewers of various political persuasions.

Leaving Neverland (Leaving Neverland, 2019)

Rating on IMDb: 7
Rating on Rotten Tomatoes: 98 %

For decades, they have been reporting on Jackson's alleged abuses, which apparently got two epilogues - in the movie Leaving Neverland, you can listen to the stories of Wade Robson and James Safechuck, who was allegedly abused by Michael as a boy.

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