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The Stalker

USA, 1996 (MIFF 2001, Eyeball To Eyeball - The Many Obsessions of Errol Morris)

Director: Errol Morris

Bill Kinsley was on the fast track with the US postal service until the day Thomas Mcllvane walked into his office with a gun. Kinsley had seen the warning signs and reprimanded Mcllvane on numerous occasions for everything from sleeping on the job to punching people on his delivery route! In a government bureaucracy one more shody worker wasn't noticed. Mcllvane was the first of the American wave of disgruntled employees who took out frustrations by opening fire on their colleagues. Morris uncovers the tragic details and the plot to scapegoat Bill Kinsley.

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GLASS: A PORTRAIT OF PHILIP IN TWELVE PARTS

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THE THIN BLUE LINE

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Hawking

UK, 1989
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