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Kristy Puchko
Watching The Innocent Man on Netflix. And the mother reflecting on the murder of her daughter is absolutely devastating. There's such care in presenting her story. For the moment she found out, a long shot of a re-enactor collapsing to the ground. No dialogue. Just a somber piano
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Kristy Puchko 6 Jan 19
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Later, when Peggy "Peppy" Carter talks about how she coped after Debbie's murder, she speaks with a resigned frankness about drinking and driving down backroads at night, singing her heart out to country music songs.
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Kristy Puchko 6 Jan 19
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Too often, details like this are lost in true crime tales. The loss of this woman is not abstract here. It's profound, stinging each detail shared in her mother's interviews.
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Kristy Puchko 6 Jan 19
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I'm reminded of Netflix's The Keepers. Which focused on more than the crime, but also those who survived it and how. Some think of true crime as a ghoulish genre. But at its best, it's about clinging to hope amid the horror and those who fight for justice even in the dark.
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Gittles 6 Jan 19
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I really enjoyed this doc even though it was heartbreaking and enraging
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Kristy Puchko 6 Jan 19
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Just finished it. It’s terrific. Humane. Thoughtful. And yeah, absolutely harrowing.
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✍🏼 roxana | ✊🏼 zivar | βš’οΈ hadadi 6 Jan 19
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interested in what you would think about this. I watched it over a couple of days and both thought parts of it were really good and yet felt a little incomplete by the end.
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