Good documentary, but treads a lot of the same ground as OJ, which is unfair to compete with. Doesn’t share a lot of the narrative, and more just shows footage of what happened. Makes you feel you are there, but also goes on a little too long.
If you were disappointed in I, Tonya like me, then give this one a shot. It’s not the best 30 for 30, but gives an even handed version of events and I think much of it was cribbed for the script of I, Tonya. As for the ultimate question, which doesn’t really get answered in the film, I think Tonya was in on the whole thing.