I admit, I love documentaries. I find them very moving, all the moreso because they are so based in realities. This was also my professional genre for many years. Here's a few that I loved... "The Way West" - a series by Rick Burns on the westward expansion and it's impact on indiginous peoples. Very cool, very comprehensive. "Ishi: the Last Yahi" - very haunting story of a man who wandered of the wilderness, the very last of his tribe. The story is both heartbreaking and noble. "The Donner Party" - another by Rick Burns. Sparse, haunting visuals and beautifully narrated entries from journals. "The Johnstown Flood" - felt almost as gut-wrenching as if I were there. I could go on...what docs have you enjoyed??