I posted about these in the TV thread before because I didn't know if it were necessary to recreate the documentary thread just for my comments. But anyway. I liked Wild Wild Country a lot. I said the cutesy old Indian woman turned out to be a James Bond villain before finishing the whole series but she's even worse than I thought. Seriously, she talks like she actually believes in that cult thing even now. Same for her lawyer but he seemed more brainwashed and nostalgic than actively harmful like her. That whole thing was crazy.
I was disappointed in the social dilemma. I thought it'd be more factual and detailed, but it had all these skits with fictional characters being more retarded than average and looking like they're about to shit in their pants because their mom took their phones away for dinner, that was a waste of time. I liked that one, on the same topic. Arte tends to have interesting stuff, if you understand German or French.
The documentary about Abercrombie and Fitch was very interesting, I knew a lot of things already because of the news and my own research for a university assignment on marketing, but hearing what previous employees have to say on the company added a lot of context and made everything make so much more sense. The brand wasn't available in my country until like 2010 or 2012 I think so for a long time it was kind of a status symbol/souvenir for the rich kids at my schools who went to the US for holidays with their rich parents so seeing the perspective of Americans on the brand was fun.