Ken Burns

Acclaimed American documentarian who directed such documentaries as “The Civil War”, “Baseball”, “Jazz” and now “The Central Park Five”.

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Acclaimed American documentarian who directed such documentaries as “The Civil War”, “Baseball”, “Jazz” and now “The Central Park Five”.

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“The Central Park Five,” now in local theaters, documents two different kinds of crime.  First, the rape and beating of a 28-yearold white woman jogger left for dead in April of 1989.

Ken Burn’s new documentary “The Central Park Five"

“The Central Park Five,” now in local theaters, documents two different kinds of crime. First, the rape and beating of a 28-yearold white woman jogger left for dead in April of 1989.

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