This is the most brilliantly crafted peice of work in cinematic history. It is a shame that it has to be categorized as a "documentery" or a "featurette". It is also a shame that such a limited number of people will ever see it. Every second this "documentery" is on the screen, it is like look deep into the face of god, the almighty. It is so brilliantly crafted that it takes on a film-like quality of its own. This more than surpasses the Green Mile, which was contrived and boring. Tom Hanks performance as "himself" is riveting and should garner an oscar nod. The film itself should soon find itself as one of the top five on th IMDB list as well as any other. Cherish it.
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