A bizarre mesh of staged news footage, amateurish performances, clichéd techniques - all while clumsily trying to provide insight into what made this particular madman kill. The film actually diminishes the horror of the actual story with a production so distractingly bad it literally pulls attentions from the story it's attempting to tell.
This odd combo of splitting dramatized scenes with docu-style interviews and a timeline of events could have worked, but this was a misfire. And one is left to wonder about the interview segments with the actors portraying the real players. Was this compiled of direct pull quotes from other sources, or scripted dialogue invoking the presumptions of the filmmakers?
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