Documentary • 2017 • 1 hr 21 min
What an amazing film! Green did an excellent job with sharing stories of witnesses and theorists of what they think happened to JonBenét
I don’t understand the point of this film.
Very interesting way to make a documentary, especially about a case with little answers. Very innovative
A unique take on a well-known tragedy. Alright, but I probably won't watch it again.
Thoughtful, introspective and not exploitative documentary that hits you with its originality.
If you're looking for The Truth, or new facts, you'll be disappointed. Know about the case before watching. Recommend if you're interested.
Just another depiction of a story we’ve all heard at this point
A bunch of random people talking about what they think happened. If you’re looking for facts, skip this.
This was one of the most useless ways to present a documentary
Super crazy… I hope one day we actually know what happened.
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