With a Weiner joke.
The judge finds that independent journalists can still express opinions.
“It’s really about letting people get to know the Central Park Five as individuals.”
Ken Burns's astounding documentary is about disaster and survival, yes. But mostly it’s about clouds and faces.
And it's issued a subpoena.
More like "Ken Burns's Thoughts on Basically Everything."
"What I reject is the idea that this has any intrinsic value whatsoever other than voyeurism."
Wouldn't it be nice to have TV-doc legend Ken Burns pick the best baseball movies, or recent National Book Award nominee Nicole Krauss select the best confessionals?
This is easily the most riveting documentary we've seen since 'Man on Wire.'