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This film hit me hard. I felt the passion and anger along with Kate and David, and I felt so sad for all the people who lost such a great friend, brother, son in Andrew. It's tragic and the worst thing about it was the fact that the death of Zachary was completely preventable.

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One of the best things that I have seen.

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One of the saddest films I've ever seen. The situation is enough to fuel your anger and the tragedy of loss is inescapable. Well done but ultimately, tore me up. 8/10

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This was a brilliant documentary. I thought the way this footage was edited and pieced together to tell this story was so impactful and masterful - there are some incredibly piercing sequences and juxtapositions, as well as the narrative organisation from a broader point of view and the journey Kuenne takes us on - it's just really well done. Some could fault it for being too emotional, but in my opinion I think it's so fortunate that one of Andrew Bagby's closest friends was a filmmaker, cus it gave us a special kind of true crime documentary, one that we wouldn't be able to experience had this been made by someone distant from the family, and one we don't get to see often, that honours the lives lost and truly reminds you that these aren't just stories, but real people.

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After watching, it must added to the collection of depressing movies. This one is even more powerful because it's a true story and it's just heartbreaking. A real must watch !

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as a movie it's technically inept and poorly edited but a devastating story nonetheless

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