The Ashtray: This Contest of Interpretation (Part 5) – NYTimes.com

I’ve always been a fan of Errol Morris. Or ever since I discovered him. The Thin Blue Line was the first of his movies I ever saw. I think I’ve seen them all now, and much of his TV work too. He is one of the more thoughtful people working in film today. And a good writer, as it turns out. Maybe we should have some Errol Morris movies in the Second Thursday series lineup.

…something that I remain really, really proud of – overturning the conviction of a man who had been sentenced to death for a crime he did not commit. There are endless obstacles and impediments to finding the truth – You might never find it; it’s an elusive goal. But there’s something to remember, there’s a world out there that we can apprehend, and it’s our job to go out there and apprehend it.

via The Ashtray: This Contest of Interpretation (Part 5) – NYTimes.com.

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Fr Will Brown is rector of Holy Cross Dallas
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