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The Strengths of Non-Fiction Storytelling: two views on the same historical event

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O.J. Simpson as seen in the documentary “O.J.: Made in America,” directed by Ezra Edelman. Also pictured is one of his lawyers, Robert Shapiro. CreditESPN Films

O.J. Simpson as seen in the documentary “O.J.: Made in America,” directed by Ezra Edelman. Also pictured is one of his lawyers, Robert Shapiro. CreditESPN Films

In the end, two O. J. series weren’t too much at all. They were barely enough.

After the series premier of Ezra Edelman's brilliant "O.J.: MADE IN AMERICA" this week, the New York Times offered a well written piece highlighting the difference between bio-pic drama and true documentary in the two O.J. Simpson series of the year. It's a great read that points out how both genres provide legitimate albeit different perspectives of the same historical event. CHECK IT OUT HERE