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21. Sarah Polley's STORIES WE TELL. It toured the festival circuit last year, opened in Canadian theaters last fall, and will be opening in the US very soon. (May, I think.)22. ROOM 237. Incredibly entertaining documentary about some people obsessed with Kubrick's THE SHINING. Reaction seems surprisingly divided, with some critics taking it too personally.Also: KING OF KONG, and two other Werner Herzog movies: ENCOUNTERS AT THE END OF THE WORLD and CAVE OF FORGOTTEN DREAMS.
Also: HOW TO SURVIVE A PLAGUE.
King of Kong was so very good and so heartbreaking.
Damn straight, Murderball. Great documentary in subject, in framing and having one of the downright most interesting lead subjects you could ask for. Also, murderball.
I've seen two great documentaries this year: (1) The Central Park Five (which apparently just aired on PBS earlier this week), and (2) The Gatekeepers. I highly recommend both
I found Michael Moore's "Bowling for Columbine" much more effective, and a better made film, than "Fahrenheit 9/11."
On this site, we deny the existence of that documentarian; we just know him from Canadian Bacon.