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Well, you and I both know the reason: people are not objective, just like this film.
No thought was given to the victim, to the two obviously innocent people convicted of her murder and currently held in an Italian prison, or to the families.
While the film doesn't make an outright proclamation of actual events, it certainly seems to endorse the position that Knox is guilty.
After reading her book, and then watching the lifetime movie, It is hard not to object to Italian Justice, although the movie skirts both. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Amazon Customer
Entertaining and also informative offering some insight that was not in the mediaPublished 17 days ago by Tropigal
It missed the level of incompetence and corruption displayed by the police and prosecutor.Published 26 days ago by Al B.
The movie IMHO shows the REAL way the Italian authorities treated her and her boyfriend.I can very easily believe that the Italian authorities could/would convict someone after... Read morePublished 2 months ago by caligirl