Please check out my story up today on Washingtonian.com about the documentary "The Man Nobody Knew," and in particular about the filmmaker, Carl Colby. Carl gave me a very candid interivew - the best kind - after I screened the film on Monday.
Interestingly, when I went to the E Street Theater I expected it to be empty. After all, it was a Monday at 1:45. Au contraire. The theater was more than half filled. Almost everyone had white hair and they all seemed to know each other. I leaned back to the man behind me and said, "What is this, a screening for former spooks?" He gave me a tepid look and said, "I have no idea what you mean." Ha!
Then Grace Guggenheim, one of the producers, stopped by and explained the audience included Colby's mother and a whole lot of her friends, many of them former CIA. So, it was good company for watching this interesting film. Please click on the link: Carl Colby South His Famous Father and Found Himself.