Errol Morris

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American documentary director, born February 5, 1948. Morris gained fame after the release of The Thin Blue Line, a film arguing that a man convicted of murder in Dallas County, Texas had been convicted wrongfully; the film submitted as evidence for the retrial which led to the man's release. Morris is also noted for directing Gates of Heaven, Vernon, Florida, A Brief History of Time, Fast, Cheap, and Out of Control, and Mr. Death--the Rise and Fall of Fred A Leuchter, Jr