"I said 'How did you get my number?'
And she said 'I called the police and the fire department.'
My second question, which I didn't put, was 'How did they get it?'"
To my knowledge, much of Timothy Greenfield-Sanders' work falls into a recognizable style, one that can be attributed in part to him. Minimal, understandable, and intensely focused on perspective. I don't think Greenfield-Sanders is considered some great documentary mastermind or anything, but he has a stylistic pattern that is simple, safe, and compelling if done with an interesting figure at the helm. And in case you aren't aware, Toni Morrison is a really interesting person.
Some of the reviewers on here have spoken about not being familiar with…