O.J.: Made in America is a 2016 American documentary TV Mini series produced and directed by Ezra Edelman for ESPN Films. The depth of it, the attention to all the details, the interviews, the massive amount of research that has entered into it. It is huge, making this documentary is a tremendous undertaking and is nothing more than exceptional. He manages to keep him nailed to his seat for nearly 8 hours, sit and watch while shaking his head in disbelief. This documentary is nothing more than a masterpiece. Even though most of us have heard of this story over and over again, and that made our mind years ago, the documentary gives a fresh new look to things, which starts from the beginning. We followed OJ to the point where he began to be noticed as a good football player, and we followed him all the way to his fall from the top of the mountain.
The documentary does not take sides, which would be a terrible decision for any director to pursue, so after you have seen it, you have the ability to make up your own mind. OJ did it? Or did not? But why did it end like this? There are details that we have never seen or heard before, there are people who have not been able to speak properly, this documentary has brought together key people from the life of OJ until the end of their childhood, and builds an image of him, Never boring, shows us who JO really was, and how it was done that way.