A recent New York Times opinionated documentary (i.e., “Op-Doc”) has taken the transcript of a deposition “Verbatim” (as the short film is appropriately titled), and dramatizes a particularly ridiculous argument between an attorney and witness.  “Verbatim” won the audience award for best short film at the Dallas Film Festival and hilariously underscores how getting answers to even innocuous questions during litigation can become a seemingly sisyphean ordeal for everyone involved.

At just barely over 7 minutes, I highly recommend giving it a look: