The Thin Blue Line

I have a big appetite for documentaries. I developed a taste for them upon taking a documentary film course in college. I can enjoy these films without taking the presented information at face value. There will be a slant. However, such slants should be looked at as part of the fun. It is up to the viewer to differentiate what is biased from what is actual. The Thin Blue Line (1988), by Errol Morris, is one of my favorite documentaries. This film is remarkably compelling. Its slant is as well.



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