There's a scene where Jenny is screaming in a car, but her mouth isn't moving.
How does this stuff happen in a movie with a 125 million dollar budget?
Very rarely do you get this kind of emotionality from a documentary.
Even though this piece doesn't bring any evidence or theories we haven't seen or heard before, it's a powerful reflection on one of the most bizarre and mysterious unsolved murders in the last century. Though, it's less about the murder itself and more about public opinion and the personal stories of those in similar situations.
This is highly worth your time if you have Netflix; the last ten minutes are absolutely remarkable.