I'm a little suspicious, though, about people who make films about their own friendships.
Category: Toronto International Film Festival 2010
There's not a whole lot about Emilio Estevez's The Way that doesn't ring true. Given the fact that the film tackles some of life's deepest emotions and largest themes--grief, love, faith, community--that's quite a compliment.
A repeated hypothesis of Ferguson and his team was that such chutzpah comes from sustained periods of never being challenged--even as to obvious, verifiable facts--once one has been granted "inside" or "expert" status.