There is nothing small about the masterful “O.J.: Made In America” (which topped our list of The 22 Best Documentaries Of 2016). An eight-hour epic, the film is a complex and insightful journey into celebrity and race in America, all told through the story of O.J. Simpson, who reached the highest peaks and lowest valleys in pop culture across many decades of public life. It’s a tremendous achievement, and sitting at home watching the five-part documentary, one can easily take for granted how much work went into the years long process to make the movie.