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Documentary Review | Thin Blue Line


The Thin Blue Line is a documentary telling the story of how an innocent man was convicted and sentenced to death for the murder of a police officer. Using interviews of those directly connected to the case, this film offers compelling arguments for the innocence of the accused Randall Adams. At times it moved slowly or was repetitive, but the content was intriguing enough to make up for that. It would have been helpful if there were subtitles when a new interviewee was presented, although their perspective usually clued you in as to how they were involved. In all, it was a well-done, captivating film about a case of injustice.

Written by Rebekah Hafen

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