By Caitlin O'toole
Updated September 16, 1997 12:00 AM
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You may think you’ve heard it all but you haven’t, according to Monica Lewinsky, who has agreed to take part in an HBO documentary chronicling her affair with former President Bill Clinton and its impact on the nation, reports the New York Times. The infamous former White House intern told the Times that the passage of time has given her new perspective on the incident, and that the documentary would delve deeper into the events than her biography, “Monica’s Story.” “The book, that captured the time for me,” she said. “The last couple of years have been such a time of intense growth and perspective for me. I want to do something that really reflects the way I feel now.” Sheila Nevins, head of HBO’s documentary unit, said she believed there were still issues worth exploring, particularly “why this very minor event became one of such enormous magnitude.” The documentary is expected to air next January. Neither HBO nor Lewinsky would discuss how much she would be paid for her participation, the newspaper reported.