One of this year’s most talked about projects is a five-part, 464-minute documentary film that is as epic in its length as it is in its achievements. Ezra Edelman’s, O.J.: MADE IN AMERICA,
follows the life of Simpson from his early days growing up in San Francisco through his incarceration in Nevada’s Lovelock Correctional Center, where he remains to this day. Hailed as a masterwork of scholarship, journalism and cinematic art, the film has been meticulously researched and constructed out of hundreds of hours of archival footage, and over 65 new interviews.
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