When is a line of paint on the street worth screaming at your neighbor about? This week we bring you Samantha Knowles’s “The Blue Line,” about a small town that erupts into controversy when a blue line is painted in support of police on a street in the town center. The film is a parable of political division in contemporary America and all the dismay that comes with it — but also an example of how communities can find common ground.
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