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The umbrella man and the interpretive process.

November 23, 2011, 2:10 pm

Errol Morris writes, “For years, I’ve wanted to make a movie about the John F. Kennedy assassination. Not because I thought I could prove that it was a conspiracy, or that I could prove it was a lone gunman, but because I believe that by looking at the assassination, we can learn a lot about the nature of investigation and evidence.” He comes up with an “op-doc.”

At some point I’m going to talk about my adventures as a methodological expert during the Great Hiatus of ’11, but for now, enjoy the, well, twinkly Josiah “Tink” Thompson. The whole thing is worth your watching.


Lots of people forwarded me the link to this video, saying how good it was. And it is! Thank you, all of you.

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