This movie, based on the true story, begins with the murder of a housewife. When troubled teenage daughter confesses the crime, it looks like a solved case. But, the investigators are ... See full summary »
This movie, based on the true story, begins with the murder of a housewife. When troubled teenage daughter confesses the crime, it looks like a solved case. But, the investigators are suspicious because of the lack of motive and spend years trying to determine what really happened. Written by
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The filmmakers built the sets according to the floor plans of the house where the actual murder occurred. See more »
In the opening credits there are two cars in the driveway. A brown car with a white top and a Gray car behind it in the drive way. We are still in the beginning credits when David Brown leaves the house. He gets in the brown/White car the other one is not there. After the Police arrive both cars are in the driveway again but opposite of the start of the movie. See more »
Although you won't find a lot of big names in the cast (perhaps that enhances the production!) this is a first rate true-crime drama. As the story unfolds we find that Brown is, as the judge states, "More scary than Charles Manson." The only problem I had with the entire production, was the script seemed not fully developed, characters dropped in and out without much of an introduction or explanation. Having read the book I was more easily able to follow the story. All said and done, however, this is a good one.
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