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The Cannibal that Walked Free (also known as Cannibal Superstar ) is a British documentary produced by Visual Voodoo for Channel Five which explores - through direct access - the bizarre psychology and twisted celebrity fame that surrounds Japanese cannibal Issei Sagawa. Written by Anonymous

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Sick and twisted film
24 July 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This documentary made my jaw drop a few times,the cannibal is a very...very creepy person.He murdered a woman...ate her and now lives free in his home country.this whole thing makes me sick honestly,there is overwhelming evidence that he did this and he confessed but he considered insane and incompetent to stand trial and lives free and has been for over 20 years! I cannot believe this whole thing happened and hes a free man....doing god knows what because he is completely unsupervised.What really makes this documentary creepy is the one on one interview with the cannibal him self,he is incredibly graphic and cold when explaining his murders and that he talks about how he still wants to cannibalize.pretty good documentary if this stuff interest you.


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