Wednesday, April 24, 2013

The Central Park Five

There was nothing wrong with this that more disposable time on my end wouldn't have cured. I'm interested in the topic. I liked that Ken Burns finally decided to to make a documentary in a non Ken Burns like fashion. The footage of 1980s New York was great.

But after 30 minutes with another 90 minutes in front of me, I realized that I probably was more interested in an eight page New Yorker piece (there's got to be one, right) on the topic than a two hour doc. Sorry Ken. 

Directed by Ken Burns, Sarah Burns, and David McMahon

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