Very interesting documentary. Some new things with the format. Nice. I don't know if the choice not to talk about the perpetrator at all was the best one. Sure, I think I get the angle the film maker is going for, but as this happened so long ago some context could have been nice.
Fascinating movie. Saw it yesyerday for the first time at the cinemas. It is a work of art open to interpretation. And as with all art the value of the art is created each time someone is experiencing it. This movie means different things to each viewer it seems like.
The acting is stellar, especially from Naomi Watts. She transforms not by gimmicky make-up but by simply acting the versions of the character differently. The music is also really good, even though sometime it is painfully close to the iconic notes from Twin Peaks.