Over on EL&U, we are mystified by a usage of an unknown word:
The Interventionists is a half-hour vrit documentary that follows the days and nights of a unique mental-health crisis team.
"Forty-five years later, it remains a high mark for employing vrit styles to construct something much more perverse and profound than your typical cautionary tale."
Frederick Wiseman's no-holds-barred look at the horrors inside a prison for the criminally insane set the standard for vrit indictments, and not even a 24-year ban on public screenings stopped Wiseman from forcing accountability.
Is this a corruption of Cinéma vérité? What does vrit mean in the film industry?