Documentary • R • 2012 • 1 hr 39 min
Kinda mind blowing. One of those that makes you question everything around you. Will piss you off and make you laugh.
literally just watch it. i was astounded when I first watched. a singular true crime doc before everything became the same.
Quite a story, I felt cringey throughout waiting to see how he would get caught
Insane story told in such a unique way. Simply has to be seen to be understood how genius the presentation choices are
Very interesting doc that gets darker than you think
More twists than many scripted thrillers.
One the most creatively told and interesting documentaries ever made.
I’m not a documentary person and this one in particular is pretty flawed, but I’m glad I watched it.
This documentary gets more interesting with every twist
A really well done documentary, so shocking.
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