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Mr. Burns, creator of lengthy, meticulous, carefully paced documentaries on quintessential American subjects -- the Civil War, jazz, baseball, World War II -- always has been passionate about his work, but when talking about "The Central Park Five," he seems agitated, in a voice that rises impatiently over a reporter's questions.
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