Two decades after the murder, a series of newspaper articles about the Fisher case sways public sentiment in Eric's favor. Eric prepares for an evidentiary hearing that could lead to a retrial with a...
Series Finale. Twenty years after Mary Fisher's death, Internal Affairs Sgt. Lynch and Det. Chen fly to Texas to interview Trey Carano (Ebon Moss-Bachrach), a former friend of Eric's, who shares his ...
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The first 30 seconds...
...says that this 20 yr old case remains unsolved and right away prompted me to write (ask) this question. Why am I watching this if there is no resolution???
Do the film makers want the viewer to come to their own conclusion as to "who dunnit"?
If the police can't prove their case today, then why should I bother to watch and eventually have to draw my own conclusion? Does the fact that the family involved is never identified, have something to do with not, apparently, coming to some kind of conclusion? And please, no answers along the lines of......the assassin'(s) of JFK were never known either, but it's pretty obvious who pulled the trigger(s)..... that is not a definitive answer.
I don't think I can spend my time without a satisfactory conclusion, no matter how great the production & acting is.
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