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Feb 20 2018

Doc Corner: 'The Most Dangerous Man in America' Goes Where 'The Post' Doesn't

ByGlenn Dunks

IfThe Postgave you a hankering for the truth behind the Pentagon Papers,then the 2010 documentaryThe Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Paperswill prove uncommonly fulfilling.In fact,watching this Academy Award-nominated doc (it lost toThe Cove),you would be hard-pressed to believe that it's about the same events as portrayed in the Steven Spielberg movie.

Last weekwe looked atThe Price of Goldand how closedlyI,Tonyamimicked it,so it's actually quite amusing to see that this week's Best Picture / Documentary cross-over is the complete opposite.Sure,they overlap here and cross-over there,butThe Most Dangerous Man in Americagoes longer,deeper,wider,and somehow all but completely ignores The Washington Post and the personalities within the 2017 film...

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