- By Sharon Abella
- October 1, 2013 8:30 AM
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The legendary social documentarian, Frederick Wiseman, who made the 1968 fly on the wall documentary about interactions with teachers and their students at
Northeast High School, simply entitled, High School, and other
similar works entitled, Hospital, about NYC’s Metropolitan
Hospital’s ED, Domestic Violence,Public Housing,The Cool World, about life in a youth gang in Harlem, and Titicut Follies, about the inner workings of a mental institution in
Massachusetts. He is probably the reason there are HIPAA privacy laws now in place, however, his films are riveting.