This engrossing documentary follows two Cuban-American detectives in their 2003 hunt for an unknown man-the notorious Miami serial rapist. From the directors of Horns and Halos, this film ... See full summary »
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This engrossing documentary follows two Cuban-American detectives in their 2003 hunt for an unknown man-the notorious Miami serial rapist. From the directors of Horns and Halos, this film reveals the diverse culture and strong moral fabric of a shocked, scared and outraged community. Written by anonymous

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4 February 2005 (USA)  »

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Riveting documentary
20 April 2005 | by (Miami) – See all my reviews

I was lucky enough to catch a screening of this film at the Miami Film Festival. Since it was a local production filmed on location here I was very interested in seeing it. This film is a documentary of how the Miami Police Department tracked down a serial rapist that was terrorizing the Little Havana neighborhood of Miami. The film is real look on how tough the job of police man can be. The documentary shows how real police work is nothing like we see on TV where all cases are solved in an hour and every lives happily ever after. The film showcases on how tedious and frustrating cracking a case can be. This film is probably the most honest depiction of how a criminal case is put together from beginning to end. So I highly recommend this film.


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