A single mother believes she's found the man of her dreams. But their seemingly perfect life is turned upside down when he's arrested on suspected kidnapping charges and linked to multiple murders. Adamant that he's being framed, he defends himself in America's first nationally televised trial while she struggles to come to terms with the truth.Written by
The University of Washington Law School law library scenes were filmed in Northern Kentucky University's Salmon P. Chase College of Law in Highland Heights, Kentucky on February 17, 2018. See more »
When Ted is asking Liz if he ever laid a hand on her or raised his voice, the film neglects to mention the instances from the past where he was controlling and on one occasion he pushed Liz into a lake during an argument. The film also neglects to mention his constant stealing. See more »
Few people have the imagination for reality. -Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, 1749-1832
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Footage of the real Ted Bundy is shown during the first part of the credits. See more »
People forget that Ted Bundy had a plea bargain for only life in prison with no death penalty. He refused it at the last minute which shocked the judge. I still like the 2002 Bundy film with Michael Reilly Burke who also did a great portrayal of Bundy. This is Zac's serious role for once and shows he is a great actor unlike some of his poor comedies.
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