Day 3 is Documentary day. We hope these engaging & captivating documentaries will help to keep your spirits up while you are in isolation.
Louis Theroux – Surviving America’s Most Hated Family
Thirteen years after his first encounter Louis Theroux heads back to the Westboro Baptist Church, one of America’s most notorious hate groups, infamous for their hate speech against LGBTQ+ people, Muslims, Jews, and more. Louis investigates how the group are coping since death of church founder – Fred Phelps, in 2014 & how the churches newest members are integrating.
Where to watch: BBC iPlayer
Duration: 1 x 60 mins
Jade: The Reality Star Who Changed Britain
Jade’s life dramatically changed when she landed fourth place on Big Brother in 2002.
This 3 part series features exclusive interviews and unseen clips of the star and explores her roller coaster of a life – which saw her yo-yo numerous times between one of the nations most loved and hated reality TV stars.
8 Days: To The Moon And Back
‘8 Days: To The Moon and Back’ is a feature-length drama documentary marking the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission. The producers were given access to hundreds of hours of declassified audio recordings of conversations between Mission Control and the astronauts. This film uses cutting-edge digital effects combined with dramatised reconstruction and film archive to tell the untold story of the first moon landing.
Leaving Neverland is a new-two part documentary by Dan Reed – AMOS Pictures which aims to further investigate the allegations against Michael Jackson.
The film features detailed and graphic accounts from Wade Robson and James Safechuck; the two men claim to have been groomed and sexually abused by Jackson from the ages of seven and ten respectively, with Jackson’s Neverland reportedly being the primary location for much of the abuse.
The Battle for Hong Kong
Dispatches: The Battle for Hong Kong follows a handful of protesters taking part in the pro-democracy demonstrations that recently took place after the region’s government proposed an extradition bill that would allow its people to be sent for trial in mainland China.
From the front line of Hong Kong’s street protests, the story of how five young activists’ lives are changed for ever as they fight for democracy
Where to watch: All 4.
Duration: 1 x 60 mins
Make sure you check back tomorrow for day 4 of – ENVY’s What to Watch in Isolation.
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