Non-Woke Documentaries

Most Non-Woke Documentaries

The following is a list of non-woke documentaries. These are documentaries that are either neutral or conservative in nature, and are not considered to be politically correct. The documentaries on this list tend to avoid political bias, but instead focus on telling a story from a neutral perspective. Some of these documentaries may even be considered “woke” by some people because they don’t shy away from controversial topics like race relations or the history of slavery in America.

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Capitalism: A Love Story

The film shows how corporations are recognized as people in the eyes of the law, while at the same time being treated like slaves by their owners the wealthy. He also points out that although corporations may have been originally designed to benefit society, they can easily turn into a monster that consumes everything in its path if not checked by government regulation or other forms of control.

Bowling for Columbine

Bowling for Columbine is a 2002 documentary film written, directed and narrated by Michael Moore. The film explores the causes of the Columbine High School massacre and other acts of violence with Bowling for Columbine as its central focus. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.  It is not woke because it ignores the fact that corporations have not always been bad.

Fahrenheit 9/11

Michael Moore’s documentary about the Bush administration’s handling of the 9/11 attacks is critical of the Iraq War and the Bush administration’s response to the attacks. The documentary is accused of making numerous factual errors and misrepresenting various events in order to present an agenda. It was also criticized for being overly critical of George W. Bush and his administration, as well as for containing many personal attacks on the president’s family members

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Soundtrack for a Revolution

The film focuses on how music was used by activists to spread their message across the country. It also explores other aspects of the movement, including Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s speeches and nonviolence protests including sit-ins.

The film is well done it would be hard not to feel inspired after watching it but there are some aspects that could use improvement. For example, there isn’t much focus on women’s participation in the movement; only one woman is interviewed for this documentary about women’s role in history.


Blackfish is a 2013 American documentary that explores the ethical issues behind keeping killer whales in captivity. The film is based on the life of Tilikum, an orca who has been involved in three deaths at SeaWorld. The documentary also explores the history and biology of killer whales, as well as their role in the ecosystem.

The documentary has been accused of not being woke due to its support for SeaWorld’s treatment of animals and lack of mention about continuing hunting practices that lead to animal deaths such as whaling or seal clubbing.

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Documentaries can be powerful tools for spreading awareness and encouraging action. The films we’ve highlighted here represent some of the best non-woke documentaries, from a range of perspectives. Each one offers a unique perspective on important issues and encourages viewers to consider their own worldview in light of what they see on screen.

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