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It's a creepy story and it's well done.
The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that mental illness is not an impediment to the death penalty, but Wuornos' ranting and raving at the end certainly gives you pause.
Second, the film makes us question whether one can ever really know if a person is telling the truth, even under oath.
Same thing with this one, very interesting. I'm really glad that I bought it.Published 5 months ago by Dawn Cramer
As a follow up to "Aileen Wuornos: The selling of a serial killer" it is a good watch, but only to true fans of "True Crime. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Gary L. Coon
Every good Christians horror story of a Gay woman. But she is frightening and a killer. Great watching and a very unwell woman.Published 9 months ago by jordyn skye
good movie, very good copy, sound and images of perfect quality, sends prompt and accurate.
I am very satisfied with this purchase, I recommend
I guess that's what it is, a documentary. Sometimes it seems like something else. I liked the way Nick Broomfield did the movie. It was true to form. Read morePublished 16 months ago by jeona
It offers a much deeper understanding to Aileen. Aileen clearly was a paranoid, mentally ill woman. The movie is a sad thriller.Published 20 months ago by Moviewatcher
This is a good movie if you're looking to find out more about Aileen Wuornos. It tells about her childhood and shows her in prison right up until her death. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Amazon Customer
I shudder to think how many Aileen Wuornos' are still out there---or in the making.
DVD video/audio quality: very good.
I am already a huge fan of Nick Broomfield; his documentaries are truthful and caring. He knew Aileen for 12 years and she asked him to do her final interview the night before her... Read morePublished on July 17, 2012 by Amanda