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1 Seven Up! (1964 TV documentary short)

A group of seven-year-old British children from widely ranging backgrounds are interviewed about a range of subjects...

8.0/10 2,027
2 High School (1968 documentary)

Documentary filmmaker Frederick Wiseman takes us inside Northeast High School as a fly on the wall to observe the teachers and how they interact with the students.

7.7/10 882
3 Melancholian 3 huonetta (2004 documentary)

A searing examination of the unrelenting Chechen conflict, observed through the prisms of a Russian military boys academy, a war-torn town and a children's refugee camp.

7.2/10 462
4 Graphic Sexual Horror (2009 documentary)

Graphic Sexual Horror takes a peek behind the terrifying facade behind the most notorious of bondage websites...

6.3/10 381
5 Supernanny (2004 TV series documentary) 6.1/10 123
6 Join Us (2007 documentary)

Award winning filmmaker, Ondi Timoner, follows four families as they leave an abusive church in South Carolina and realize they have been in a cult...

6.9/10 111
7 Turn It Loose (2009 documentary)

In September 2007, 16 of the world's best b-boys battle one on one in a disused power station in the heart of Soweto...

7.6/10 74
8 Isältä pojalle (2004 documentary) 6.9/10 72
9 High School Boot Camp (2000 TV documentary) 5.7/10 34
10 National Geographic: Amish on Break (2011 TV documentary)

Five Amish teenagers leave their sheltered community for the first time to spend four weeks abroad in the United Kingdom...

7.1/10 16
11 In the Company of Men (1995 TV series documentary) 6.3/10 7
12 Mezczyzni (1969 documentary short)
13 Nyt liv søges (2004 TV series documentary)
14 Eiga 'Hana to hebi 2: Pari/Shizuko': Sugimoto Aya - kinbaku-yûgi (2005 video documentary short)
15 Master Qi: The Ancient Art of Maximum Efficiency in Self Preservation and Hand Punching with Kicks and Ground Fighting (2007 documentary short)
16 Pahlavan (2014 documentary)

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