This film blew me away. I would watch a documentary a week if I thought
they'd all be this good/creative/insightful/entertaining etc..
My question: Does the Gould film, given its experimental nature, even
constitute a "documentary" film, if so, are there more like it, and if
not, why aren't more directors willing to try the genre out, especially
considering how the Gould film explodes the old form and goes everywhere
the "traditional" documentary (at least the ones I have seen) do not.