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Blu-ray Review - Obit

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In 2011, director Andrew Rossi brought viewers into the offices of the New York Times for "Page One," a documentary exploring the daily experience of journalism in its highest form, making note of writers and challenges that go into the creation of news. It was a fascinating look at the mechanics and personalities that make up the newspaper, and "Obit" returns to the same location, only this time director Vanessa Gould takes a deeper dive into a specific type of coverage for the New York Times, examining the construction and care of the obituary department. Like "Page One," "Obit" is a fascinating inspection of 9-5 work, highlighting the research, writing, and personal touches of the obituary section, with its staff trying to make their assignments something special, continuing a prized tradition of the paper.  Read the rest at Blu-ray.com

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