“The Thin Blue Line” (1988)

24FPS CRITIQUE

First published: 01/28/2012

Not too many films can claim that they helped free a man from prison, but “The Thin Blue Line,” a documentary by Errol Morris, can. It’s also a frustrating paradox. The film is unsettlingly observant at first, but its oh-so-polite voice rises to a nag as it leads you towards what Morris wants you to believe.

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