List of 10 Films that Able Changing World Views

10. Super Size Me

Super size me is a documentary film by Morgan Spurlock. This film documents how Spurlock became bigger due to eating Mc. Donalds with the jumbo size in 30 days. This movie makes Mc.Donalds stop the production of 'super size' in his food, and change the way we are all about junk food.

9. Rosetta 


Rosetta is the story of a teenage girl named Rosetta, who after leaving home to escape from an alcoholic mother and trying to find a job to survive on her own. The film is the depiction of characters that struggle to move is so realistic and able to inspire a new law in Belgium that prohibits employers from youth workers pay nothing less than the minimum wage. This film was released in 1999, managed to get the Palm d'Or award at the Cannes film festival.

8. 2001: A Space Odyssey

2001: A Space Odyssey
It may be hard to imagine now, but when it was released in 1968, 2001 is one of the most innovative, imaginative, and really confusing movie ever made. The film, which in part followed the space mission to Saturn, which was praised for his attention to detail and scientific realism, and a number of technologies that is expected, such as flat-screen TV and voice recognition software, since it happened. Influence on film and then varied, but most importantly, it captured the public imagination about the possibilities of space travel, and inspired many NASA scientists to put man on the moon a year later. It is little surprise that when they landed on the moon by Apollo 11 astronauts describe the scene as "just like 2001."

7. Harlan county, USA 

Harlan Country USA

The documentary was made for months in the early seventies, followed by 180 workers in Kentucky coal mines are on strike. Long and bitter strike affair, with a number of acts of violence, and only after one of the miners were shot dead that some compromise finally reached. Kopple cameras were there to document it all, and there is little doubt that some incidents of violence was avoided only because he and his film crew were present as witnesses. This film won the Academy Award for Best Documentary in 1976, and its success helped the miners in Harlan County and other parts of the country gain public awareness they need to ensure a safer working conditions.
6. JFK

This movie about the assassination of John F. Kennedy instantly become one of the most controversial movie ever made when it premiere in 1991. Even before its release, critics and historians have attacked the government's theory about the possible conspiracy behind the assassination of the President, saying that Stone's much playing fast and loose with the facts and that the film was rejected Kennedy's legacy. Stone received countless death threats, and President of the MPAA even wrote an article comparing Nazi war propaganda films. All this media attention only contributed to the success of the film, and helped to restart the debate about what really happened in Dallas in 1963
5. An Inconvenient Truth

An Inconvenien Trutht
No one denies the movie made by former Vice President Al Gore, the film about the dangers of global warming became a cultural phenomenon. In addition to being the fourth highest grossing documentary in U.S. history, An Inconvenient Truth is credited with increasing awareness of the problem throughout the world and help to make climate change a major topic of debate in the next political campaign. In the years since its release, the film has been a view that is necessary for government officials in a number of different European countries, and has even used-to much controversy, as part of the science curriculum in some American high school.

4. The Battle of Algiers

The Battle of Algiers
A best film, but no one ever knew. This film is a chart of the struggle of the Algerian War of Independence in the 1950s.because it is 'flaming' film banned in France for five years after release, and was condemned by some government officials. The 60s was a time of massive decolonization throughout the world, and many claim that The Battle of Algiers appeared as a sort of manual for how to do urban and guerrilla warfare, and has been said that groups like the Black Panthers and the Irish Republican Army carried out several tactics used in the film. Effect of film so far reaching that it has been since used as a teaching tool for counter-team, and was even screened at the Pentagon in 2003 as an example of the problems faced by the U.S. military in Iraq.

3. Triumph of the Will 

Triumph of the Will

Prototypical propaganda film, Triumph of the Will is a prime example of the ways that art can be used for evil purposes. It's as if a documentary about the 1934 Nazi Party Congress in Nuremberg, Triumph of the Will is the actuality of a carefully constructed piece of propaganda designed to champion the ideology of Adolf Hitler's.

2. The Birth of a Nation

The Birth of a Nation
First released in 1915, the film swept the narrative follows the events surrounding the American Civil War, Abraham Lincoln's assassination, and the formation of the Ku Klux Klan. The film was a huge success, but soon came to the spotlight for historical inaccuracies and blatant racism. It was condemned by a number of organizations, including the NAACP, and several large cities are prohibited from release. In places it was released, including Boston and Philadelphia, riots often broke out, and at least one white man killed a black teenager after seeing it.

1. The Thin Blue Line

The Thin Blue Line
Released in 1988, this film tells the story of Randall Dale Adams, a man who one was sentenced to death for the murder of a Dallas police officer. Using research and a number of style reenactments, Morris uses movies to illustrate that the eyewitness testimony of the evil that can not be relied upon, and that a number of other witnesses in the trial has made a false oath. As a result of the publicity surrounding the release of The Thin Blue Line, Adams finally given a chance at a retrial, acquitted of murder, and giving back his freedom. The film is now considered a classic of the documentary genre, and style crime scene reenactments are extremely influential on subsequent films and television shows