Do you often find yourself getting lost scrolling through Netflix’s endless library? Well, we’ve got you covered! Here’s a must-see list of Latinx documentaries you need to add to your watchlist.
First up is “Beauties of the Night” which features real-life former disco queens from Mexican burlesque who are never at a loss for words. It’s different, eye-opening and certain to entertain you.
Next is Álvaro Longoria’s “The Propaganda Game” which shows a staged-version of North Korea for the world to see. This film stands out because it’s the only time a foreigner has been given access into present-day North Korea.
Interested in a bootcamp lesson on Peru’s rich history? Then “Perú: Tesoro Escondido” is the perfect film for you, as it features glorious 76 minute-long footage of the country’s 1,000 years of cultural traditions.
Latinos defined Punk, and the film “Los Punks” gives our gente the credit we deserve in this music genre. We get a first-hand look at the East L.A. teens who work to keep punk vibrant.
Of course we know we’ve only scratched the surface, so share with us which Latinx documentary you watched recently!