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November 09, 2008


Wow, you really loved that flick -- why just an A-?

The editing could be a bit much, even though I thought it mostly worked. Same goes for the director's (somewhat exploitative) storytelling.

Hmm the review makes it sound amazing. I'll have to check it out, now.

I have never been so deeply affected by anything in my life. This documentary sets out to take a hold of you, and never lets go...

just saw the doc last night (thanks netflix canada..) and agree that the editing was a bit much, almost amateurish with the narrator speaking just a little too fast, but the story was compelling and shocking, taking many twists and turns and ultimately was heartbreaking x2.. worth your time to watch..

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