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How Two of the Year’s Best Documentaries Put Gun Violence into Present Tense

Two of the year’s best documentaries have come out within the last seven days, and they masterfully complement each other, stylistically divergent but concerned, in their own ways, with the same subject. It’s easy to say this is a coincidence, and in the strictest definition, it is; they were not produced in tandem, and their […]
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