'Brother's Keeper, 'Paradise Lost' Documentary Filmmaker Dies At 58 Bruce Sinofsky died Saturday of complications from diabetes. He was 58 years old.
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'Brother's Keeper, 'Paradise Lost' Documentary Filmmaker Dies At 58

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'Brother's Keeper, 'Paradise Lost' Documentary Filmmaker Dies At 58

'Brother's Keeper, 'Paradise Lost' Documentary Filmmaker Dies At 58

'Brother's Keeper, 'Paradise Lost' Documentary Filmmaker Dies At 58

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Bruce Sinofsky and Joe Berlinger first came to the attention of filmgoers with their first full-length feature documentary, Brother's Keeper. They went on to even greater acclaim with their three Paradise Lost docs about the troubled trial of the West Memphis Three and their psycho-doc, Metallica: Some Kind of Monster. Bruce Sinofsky died Saturday of complications from diabetes. He was 58 years old.