I know this is the second post in a row about documentaries and that, for many of you, documentaries = boring. It's just that I can't help but champion what I consider a genre of film that is too often overlooked. Some of the most exciting, innovative stuff being done these days, in my opinion, is in non-fiction. Here are three more for your Netflix queues. Two are about corruption and one is about two guys who stalk '80s pop sensation, Tiffany.
A Moment Of Miscellany. It's about the art collection of Albert Barnes - a collection that is considered one of the most important and valuable in the world. The story follows the history of the collection, Mr. Barnes intentions for what would happen to the collection after he died, and the extents to which wealthy interests in Philadelphia have gone to gain control of the collection. I found it fascinating. You can Netflix it HERE. (Available for instant viewing)
HERE. (Available for instant viewing)