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looking for something in the same vein. if you enjoyed these let me know your recommendations!

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Haven't been able to find any good shows lately, these are the TV shows I've enjoyed the most. Any suggestions? Thanks!

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There are just so many cheesy horror films on Netflix. I have browsed the horror section numerous times and have no idea what to watch. I just recently watched The Boy which was pretty good. I’m up for any suggestions and I’ll check them out.

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I only got 2 episodes in last night, but this documentary series is already super great. Very real footage of a rescue team that work on/around The Matterhorn. They respond to skiing accidents, climbing accidents, falls, etc., with a strong focus on the rescuers (as opposed to their patients). Rescue scenes interspersed with interviews of the helicopter pilots, medics, climbers, etc.

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This is a one shot Hail Mary attempt to entertain her past the news channels. Old fashion American woman so nothing to 'new age' or liberal. Any feedback is dually appreciated!!

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This is essentially a series of Bill Moyers' interviews with the late mythology professor and author Joseph Campbell. It is a fantastic, supremely interesting discussion of symbols, heroes, myths, religions, and how similar all of our varied belief systems are.

Joseph Campbell is very engaging and explains these larger-than-life concepts with a freshness and a clarity that make these episodes a true joy to watch.

The series was originally recorded in 1988. Don't be turned off by the dated look; the content is fantastic and inspiring.

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Originally a French novella, it makes several observations about life and human nature. Examining the relationship between two unlikely friends, we see a tender tale of loneliness, friendship, love, and loss, each learning from the other. It’s a sweet, lighthearted movie that also manages to tug at the heart strings. I was so so pleasantly surprised after watching it. It has the feel of a children’s movie, yet but the end, you find yourself questioning what it means to love and connect with others.

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