The Thin Blue Line 1988 ★★★★

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Well done post-modern documentary that instead of trying to relive the past for the sole purpose of telling a story, it relives the past to try and change the future for one innocent man. One year after this enlightening documentarys release, Adams, who was convicted of murdering a police officer after being pulled over, was freed from prison. Not many documentaries can say they have had an impact as big as this one. The ominous score by Philip Glass makes the experience of watching this film all the more enjoyable.

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