Jon, I wish you wouldn't say "there's no such thing as objectivity." I'm sure what you mean is that there is no such thing as PERFECT objectivity. There certainly are degrees of objectivity, making objectivity a real thing, even if not perfect. ---- "Roger & Me" is certainly the most entertaining documentary I can think of. If you'd like for me to recommend others...well, perhaps a few of my favorites. Frederick Wiseman's "High School" is super, but it's hard to get your hands on a video tape to see it. Wiseman has his own little studio thing up in the Boston area and he charges an arm and a leg for rentals on his films. I saw "High School" at the University of Oregon in Eugene a few summers ago and loved it. It makes powerful statements about the manner in which students at this high school somewhere in Pennsylvania was turning out human robots. Among the nature documentaries, of which there must be a zillion, the one I like best is National Geographic's "Africa's Stolen River." It's about a river drying up in south central Africa and the impact it has on all species of animals. The struggle for survival by the last hippotamus is dramatic as hell. The decision of the elephant herd to give up on the river and hike across 60 miles of desert to the nearest water is also chillingly dramatic. (And how did the elephants know where water was?) ---- There's a recent doc I think would be really good, but haven't seen. It's "Letters from Vietnam." Ernie.