In 2009, police discovered the bodies of eleven women decomposing in and around the home of known sex offender. With unprecedented access to the surviving victims, Unseen looks into how this killing spree went unnoticed for so long.
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In 2009, Cleveland police discovered the bodies of eleven women decomposing in the house and yard of known sex offender Anthony Sowell. With unprecedented access to the surviving victims, Unseen tells a chilling story about the invisibility of women on the margins of society and raises troubling questions about how this killing spree went unnoticed for so long.Written by
Good documentary, but I was expecting more of why they were "unseen" by society and the police. The documentary focused on a couple of the victims that got away. There were some very negative comments stated by one of the store owners in the neighborhood that really served no purpose in the documentary. Why the film creators decided to leave his comments in is questionable.
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