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don't miss this one,
This review is from: The Thin Blue Line [DVD] (DVD)
Faced with the choice, it is difficult to resist selecting a fiction movie over a documentary. Don't worry, this is one of the most natural feelings in the world. Errol Morris to the rescue with his documentary "The Thin Blue Line". A real roller coaster! Violence, intrigue, suspense, happy ending. Its all there. Yet... it is a documentary. Intelligent yet accessible to all. A movie for buffs and beginners alike. I cannot recommend it enough. And here's the best part. Through the making of this film a human life was saved. All will be revealed inside...
I could not help noticing (to my surprise)that thus far this is the only review of what is a truly great movie. I would like to point out that I am not Errol Morris, his wife if he has one, nor a relative or close friend of his.
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Initial post: 17 Jan 2008 10:58:47 GMT
I agree with the review by C. Roberts - excellent stuff!
Posted on 25 Oct 2008 10:39:02 BDT
Frances Hedley says:
Hear, hear. I saw this when it was released (can it be 20 years ago!?) and still rate it as one of the best 'docudramas' ever. I'm delighted it's now available on DVD and have ordered it. I recommend you do the same.
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