Look, I know not all people like to watch documentaries. Even if they do, they would only stick to one genre of documentary. In my opinion, documentaries have a few benefits. Yes, I am trying to convince you to watch a few documentaries here. The most obvious reason is documentaries deal with fact and reality while most generic feature films deal with fiction. The reality is our world. We can see so many things that have been going around us. Here are my four recommendations:
This is a documentary about the Rohingya refugee crisis in Myanmar. Malaysian director Zan Azlee directed the film, which was shot on location at one of the world’s largest refugee camps in Kutupalong, Bangladesh. He is making an effort to shed light on the incident and the plight of the Rohingya refugees. During the interview, Zan asks the questions and waits for the respondents to respond. He allows them to speak freely, as if he wanted to give them a chance to speak out against the struggle they are going through. It’s their storey, and Zan is paying attention. The Rohingya are a minority ethnic group in Myanmar who face discrimination from the government. It is an-eye opening documentary.
Second documentary on this list is titled Tawi-Tawi: Life & Death On The Sea Border Of Malaysia & The Philippines. The Tawi-Tawi maritime border is an area that separates Philippines and Malaysia. It is known for being hostile and dangerous, but it also has abundant natural resources and is home to the critically endangered Sulu Hornbill.
We are in our comfort zone especially if we work 9-6. In this documentary, you would see how challenging some people work just for Malaysia and its citizen safety. I wanted to express my deepest gratitude towards the people that were involved and work in the Defense Section for our country. Seriously, it is mind blowing how they are willing to risk their lives. Huge salute!
Grandma Mochi continues to work by selling her handcrafted mochi. The entire mochi-making process is delicate and graceful, and each mochi is handcrafted one at a time. When Grandma Misao was 60 years old, she discovered a reason to sell mochi. The Story of Granny Mochi: Kuwata Misao heals the viewer and warms the heart. The combination of advice and laughter left an impression on the viewer. Anyone who watches The Tale of Granny Mochi will undoubtedly learn something. This documentary is not only about mochi, but also about the meaning of life.
North Korea is known to be very isolated. Their leader isolate themselves from other countries. Even tourists who want to visit there are required to follow the program and must follow very strict regulations. It is only open according to seasons. You can get to know how most North Koreans act and how their country is.
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