Uni viewing #2
A hauntingly effective documentary with such a great unique approach to telling the story.
The reactions are haunting and brilliant, with consistently stunning art and wonderful performances from the actors, they nailed it. Some of the editing choices, mainly with music are fantastic. The many perspectives are amazing
The interviews are stunning, and when we meet the actual people it's phenomenal.
I really appreciated it didn't glorifying the actions of the killer, never showing his face, name or other details, it helps in certain scenes to really put you in the position of the event, and it helps the ending message of the film a lot.
It does drag a bit near the end, i feel some reveals could of come later, but apart from that, holy crap, it's stunning film-making, i loved it.