ON THE MEDIA | Robert Greene’s ‘Bisbee ’17’ documentary revisits historic deportation

October 1, 2018

Documentary “Bisbee ’17” looks to the past to understand today. … artifice can be the most direct route to the truth. That’s especially the case here, perhaps, given that the issues raised remain as urgent and upsetting in the present as they were 100 years ago.

Source: | FILM CRITIC SEP 25, 2018 | 11:10 AM

Review: Robert Greene’s ‘Bisbee ’17’ hauntingly explores the memory of a small-town tragedy – Los Angeles Times

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