I'm a documentary buff. I think they are the most innovative mediums that capture uniqueness in its prime. Besides the fact that I'm conducting one myself for my senior seminar, I've been watching as many as I can to influence my own personal style and ways to seize a subject in its essential character. The most recent doc film I'll rave about is "The Parking Lot Movie". In a brief synopsis, I can say that right outside the campus of UVA is an offbeat parking lot that despises the epidomy of pink and green sorority bros and refusal to pay for overtime parking. These guys are down to earth, claiming the parking lot has taught them the meaning of what's most important in life--lack of materialistic mayhem that supposedly ups the stock of any college broad. I would be lying if I didn't say I'd be honored to join this team of elite parking attendents.
Here's a clip. Because the trailer doesnt do the lifestyle of these particular parking attendents any justice.
And yes--it is owned by PBS but I promise that it is not your average knowledgable piece that boars you after the first 10 minutes.
If anything, it will make you re-think about your actions in public and lack of notice as you belittle others when least expected. Some of the attendents are actually good looking as well.