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The Thin Blue Line YTS
The Thin Blue Line YTS
1988
Action / Crime / Documentary / Drama / Mystery
25
8.0/10
25.6K
1 hr 41 min

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Plot Summary:
Errol Morris’s unique documentary dramatically re-enacts the crime scene and investigation of a police officer’s murder in Dallas.
Director
Errol Morris
Top Cast
Errol Morris as Himself

The Thin Blue Line 1988 720p.BluRay

808.69 MB
1280*720
English 2.0
NR

Subtitles
23.976 fps
1 hr 41 min
Seeds 6.

The Thin Blue Line 1988 1080p.BluRay

1.64 GB
1920*1080
English 2.0
NR

Subtitles
23.976 fps
1 hr 41 min
Seeds 36.

The Thin Blue Line review

Reviewed by Lejink

8 / 10

Rough justice
I first saw this film not long after its initial release some 20 years ago and images and scenes from it have stayed with me ever since, so that it was with considerable anticipation that I re-watched it again recently. Down the years I can still recall Randall Adams drawling in his unforgettable voice “The kid scares me”, the ever-revolving red light on the cop-car and most of all Philip Glass’ wonderful, hypnotic music. The depiction of the fateful night of the cold-blooded murder of the policeman is shown from, almost literally, every possible angle, conveyed in a highly stylised way with almost every speculated remembrance of the doubtful list of every dubious (and are they ever dubious!) witness played out on the screen, the effect, in so doing, to completely explode their fantasist recollections, as was no doubt the director’s aim. The reconstructions are set alongside filmed interviews of most of the main protagonists (with the main exception of the second cop in the car who witnessed the killing). As you watch these, the centrepiece clearly becomes the contrasting testimony of the almost-certain murderer David Harris with the wronged Randall Adams, the first coming across from the start as duplicitous and uncaring, the latter as bemused but reasoning. I was particularly taken with the erudition of Adams, who suppresses his inner rage with admirable restraint as he points the viewer time and again back to the evidence. As an indictment of the American criminal justice system, it hits home hard; it appears that investigation standards head for the hills especially when the law has a cop-killer to nail. Thankfully the miscarriage of justice was eventually resolved although it makes you grateful for the coincidence which led director Morris to change the subject course of his original project to instead highlight Adams’ case culminating in his release soon after the film was first shown. The film however is more than a crusading documentary and there is much for students and admirers of the film-makers art to enjoy. Unforgettable, really, almost haunting, and proof if needed that truth really is stranger than fiction.Read More