The Errol Morris Collection: Gates of Heaven / Vernon, Florida / The Thin Blue Line

Consummate documentary filmmaker Errol Morris has three of his landmark films gathered together for this boxset. 'Gates of Heaven' inspired by an article titled '450 Dead Pets Going to Napa' about pet cemeteries; 'Vernon, Florida' is a quirky window on the locals who live there; and his masterpiece 'The Thin Blue Line' lifting the lid on an instance of police incompetence and a miscarriage of justice. Three great films from an inspired director.

Year: 1988
Genre: Documentaries, Special Editions, Theo's Favourites
Country: USA
Director: Errol Morris
Duration: 233 Minutes
Rating: PG
Location in store: Documentary (General)



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