10 Purpose Pioneering Netflix Shows to Ease Cabin Fever during Covid19

  1. Becoming (2020)

Becoming follows former First Lady Michelle Obama on her 2018-19 tour to promote her memoir of the same name. During her ‘Becoming’ book tour, most often taking place in massive arenas that usually host basketball games or huge concerts, Obama was interviewed by various moderators and she discussed a life that started in a working-class family on the South Side of Chicago, grinding away to an undergrad spot at Princeton, meeting and marrying Barack Obama when they both went to Harvard Law School, her husband’s presidential campaign, and her eight years in the White House.

  1. Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things (2015)

Watch this film to discover why sometimes it’s in the littlest things are where we find true happiness. Minimalism will fuel your life with positive energy and change the way you see the world as people from all walks of life and all industries —from journalists to scientists and even a Wall Street broker—make their case for why less truly is more.

  1. Inn Saei (2016)

Renowned thinkers and spiritualists discuss the Icelandic concept of innsaei enables humans to connect through empathy and intuition .

  1. Tony Robbins – I am not your Guru (2016)

A behind the scenes look of Tony Robbins’ mammoth seminar Date with Destiny, attended by over 2,500 people in Boca Raton, Florida, each year, giving an insider look at how one man can positively impact millions.

  1. Living on One Dollar (2013)

Living on One Dollar is a documentary filmed by four friends who decided to see what it would be like to live in extreme poverty. The friends head to Guatemala for two months and have one dollar a day to survive.

  1. Footprints: The Path of Your Life (2018)

This documentary follows 10 men who agree to walk the Camino de Santiago, a 500-mile, 40-day trek that will challenge their strength and faith.

  1. The Theory of Everything (2014)

Eddie Redmayne won a Best Actor Academy Award for his portrayal of Stephen Hawking. At the age of 21, Hawking learned he had motor neuron disease. In the face of incredible odds, Hawking and colleague Jane Wilde broke ground in science and medicine.

  1. Tsotsi (2005)

This South African classic movie has stood the test of time and is still relevant to this day. This Oscar winner is a brutal, affecting film about a young man’s turn from violence to almost incomprehensible generosity.

  1. Kalushi: The Story of Solomon Mahlangu (2016)

The life and times of iconic South African liberation fighter Solomon Mahlangu, who battled the forces of apartheid, come into focus.

  1. Expedition Happiness (2017)

A filmmaker and his musician girlfriend attempt an epic road trip with their dog, traveling across North America in a refurbished school bus.

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