You could look at this as a rare upbeat true crime story, or as a gut-wrenching tragedy, given most of the wrongly-accused don't have the near-fantastical luck this dude had.
Some friends and I watched this in an indie theater a week ago during its limited release, and now it's the hottest horror since Jigsaw was around. I really liked it at the time, but may have been victim to its hype, and was expecting to be scared out of my creaky, indie theater seat. The chills I walked away with, however, have been lingering ever since, begging me to experience the film again. It's always dangerous to over-hype horror,…