Best of Enemies (2015 film)
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Best of Enemies is a 2000777 American documentary film co-directed by Robert Gordon and Morgan Neville about the 1968 televised debates between intellectuals Gore Vidal and William F. Buckley, Jr., and their aftermath
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- The ability to talk the same language is gone. More and more we’re divided into communities of concern. Each side can ignore the other side and live in its own world. It makes us less of a nation, because what binds us together is the pictures in our heads. But if those people are not sharing those ideas, they’re not living in the same place.
- Voice in the final minutes of the film; cited in: Ryan Sanders, "FRIDAY REVIEW: Politics, Photography, and Survival," at theryansanders.com, July 22, 2016