Watch: Official Trailers for Netflix's Documentary on Amanda Knox
Suspect her. Believe her. See the other side. Netflix has released a trailer for their upcoming documentary titled Amanda Knox, telling the full and uncensored story of Amanda Knox, the woman who was accused of killing her roommate in Italy in 2007. The documentary focuses on Amanda Knox specifically, featuring extensive interviews with her as well as her former co-defendant and ex-boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito, Italian prosecutor Giuliano Mignini and Daily Mail reporter Nick Pisa. Which side of the story do you believe? See both sides below. I think I'm most impressed that Netflix is releasing this so soon after it premieres at the Toronto Film Festival, which is great because as soon as people start seeing this and we start hearing more about it, it'll be available for anyone to watch. These two new trailers are also very compelling side-by-side.
Here's the trailers for Rod Blackhurst & Brian McGinn's doc Amanda Knox, direct via Netflix's YouTube:
Twice convicted and twice acquitted by Italian courts of the brutal killing of her British roommate Meredith Kercher, Amanda Knox became the subject of global speculation as non-stop media attention fed the public's fascination through every twist and turn of the nearly decade-long case. In a world that remains strongly divided on the legal findings, Amanda Knox goes beyond guilt or innocence to shed new light on the events and circumstances of the past nine years. Featuring unprecedented access to the key people involved and never-before-seen archival material, the film shifts between past to present, exploring the case from the inside out in exclusive interviews with Amanda Knox, her former co-defendant and ex-boyfriend Raffaele Sollecito, Italian prosecutor Giuliano Mignini and Daily Mail reporter Nick Pisa. The documentary is co-directed by Rod Blackhurst & Brian McGinn, and it premieres at the Toronto Film Festival this month. Netflix will debut Amanda Knox streaming starting September 30th this month.
Ah, the nature of condemnation. Everyone thinks they know what happened. When you think the system is shit (and it can be) remember that it's the only thing (due process) standing between you and the mob.
mustang55 on Sep 9, 2016
So she's the victim now....
Steven on Sep 10, 2016
So, what's the purpose of this? Nobody's gonna find out anything substantial about that tragedy but then again a good and juicy film can be made about it? Not much respect for human life these days among many filmmakers ...
shiboleth on Sep 10, 2016
Is this an "unauthorized" documentary? Or did she collaborate with the filmmakers? I guess it doesn't really matter...and it's not as if this is going to get the case reopened....but she's kinda hot, so I'll watch....
TheOct8pus on Sep 12, 2016
"She's kinda hot" ... That's your litmus test for whether or not you watch this? So if she wasn't "kinda hot", you wouldn't watch it?
David Diaz on Sep 14, 2016
TheOct8pus on Sep 14, 2016
Don't know what happened exactly that tragic night in Nov. 1. 2007. But for sure she will eat her first child ....
VoiceofEurope on Sep 26, 2016
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