Director: Andrew Jarecki
Runtime: 107 minutes
In one of the most lauded documentaries of the past decade, Andrew Jarecki examines a family in crisis and the ambiguity of memory and perceived truth. Aided by an astounding revelatory wealth of home movies, Jarecki follows the tale of the Friedmans, a Long Island family headed by Arnold Friedman who, along with his son, was arrested in 1987 for child molestation and possession of child pornography. Honored with an Oscar nomination for Best Documentary and the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance. “Exceptional … captivating” – The Times (London).