*Taken from my last review Jun 18, 2022*
(New thoughts from recent watch are in section further below)
"There can be talk about importance of film and how well constructed a film (especially a documentary) is in creating its sense of providing facts to its audiences in constructive manners. They often garner support for change initiatives while drawing awards, adding much needed aid to areas of need. This film saved a life.
Within in ethos, "The Thin Blue Line" tremendously stands out as a topical driver for change, so much so that it was decisive application that allowed a wrongfully accused man to go free from his improper placement upon death row. On the night of November 28th, 1976, Officer…