Director(s): Rod Blackhurst, Brian McGinn. 92 min. Denmark/USA. Documentary.
Jung once said: “Thinking is difficult, that’s why most people judge.” That's how the film opens: If you believe Amanda Knox was innocent, then she's innocent, and if you believe she was guilty, then she was. Thus starts the story of Meredith Kercher's disturbing murder in an Italy town, how her fun-loving, crazy-acting roommate Knox was accused of it, and how the media spun it far after a credible culprit was found. This is about whether a personality like Knox is "asking for it" when she acts as she does, or the society is expected to think rather than judge.
PS: Streaming on Netflix. Don't miss it.