"The Karma Killings," is a modern-day crime thriller mixed in with Indian mythology and class warfare. The documentary delves into India's most infamous serial killings and its impact on a ...
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"The Karma Killings," is a modern-day crime thriller mixed in with Indian mythology and class warfare. The documentary delves into India's most infamous serial killings and its impact on a nation. Told through the people directly involved, the film unravels the complexities of the case and goes beyond the sensational headlines to present a suspenseful and scary mystery. And has a huge twist - one of the killers maybe innocent?Written by
Some things are way to out there to actually believe. But here we go with this incident and some very gruesome story that will not be for the faint of hearted. But not all things are as clear cut as they are presented at first. And there is more to this horrific story than meets the eye (no pun intended).
A really good structure, a lot of interviews and a crime that was solved by rushing through things, just to calm the public. Now the upset is more than understandable, the outrage they had about this despicable act of violence too. But while in a rage, you probably will find yourself not thinking straight and taking short cuts that will lead to false conclusions. And all that just to "solve" a case for a quite piece of mind ...
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