Thank You For Smoking - A doco about the f*g industry & the lobbying that went along with it.
This was a doco?? The one with Aaron Eckhart?
Roger & Me still gets to me - especially the scene when they hired those who were laid-off to be human statues at that house party.
Spellbound was interesting in the way it showed different cultural attitudes towards education, and was also pretty tense towards the end.
This Movie is Not Yet Rated shines a light on the hypocrisy in American movie censorship.
Enron: The Smarted Guys in the Room will make you feel ripped off.
The Imposter - plays out like thriller
Also, about 15 (?) years ago, the BBC made The Nazis: A Warning From History and if you have not already seen this I can't recommend it enough. At the time, it showed a lot of unseen footage and photos, and looks inside the inner workings of the Nazis and how the "leadership" operated. Fascinating, interesting and scary.
Thank you for smoking is not actually a doco but does provide a fictional account of the tobacco industry.
i.e. Cool runnings is not a doco but does provide a fictional account of the trials faced by the first jamaican bobsled team