2015 was the first year I actively sought out documentaries. I'd see one or two in years before, but there hasn't been a single year before where I saw as many as I did in 2015. And if you're like I was, you should start watching them; they're some of the most rewarding, eye-opening films out there. Amy was a deeply personal tribute to the life of Amy Winehouse. Best of Enemies turned political debates into a funny and thrilling experience. Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief gave us a deep and critical look into Scientology. Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck explored the life of the Nirvana vocalist. And The Look of Silence is such an in-depth look into the psyche of war criminals responsible for the deaths of an enormous amount of people.