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Errol Morris on documentaries in the age of COVID-19 and chaos

Political Theater, Episode 185

Security barricades the door of the House chamber as rioters disrupt the joint session of Congress to certify the Electoral College vote on Jan. 6. Reps. Troy Nehls, R-Texas, blue shirt, and Markwayne Mullin, R-Okla., right, are also pictured.
Security barricades the door of the House chamber as rioters disrupt the joint session of Congress to certify the Electoral College vote on Jan. 6. Reps. Troy Nehls, R-Texas, blue shirt, and Markwayne Mullin, R-Okla., right, are also pictured. (Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call)

On the latest Political Theater podcast, documentary filmmaker Errol Morris discusses his latest movie, “My Psychedelic Love Story.” He also talks about history as chaos, whether Donald Trump believes his own lies, the power of first-person narrative and whether any of us can ever be reliable narrators.

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