All this time, Amanda Knox and her boyfriend at the time, Raffaele Sollecito, haven’t stopped being suspects. A behavior that Knox herself provoked throughout the entire judicial process: haughty and smiling. She behaved at some points of the investigation as if it wasn’t about her. Or worse: as if she knew much more than what she said.
Nine years after that, her eyes, cold blue, are putting up all kind of conjectures. The documentary, in fact, plays with that ambiguity. Sometimes she trembles, sometimes she cries like a little girl, some others she stares at the camera with that deep, intriguing look. And it assumes that behind that angelic face there might be a something obscure. As she puts it herself: “Either I am a psychopath or I am like you”.
Don’t expect, however an answer to that question. The documentary cannot tell who killed Meredith Kercher. It just introduces the protagonists of what was called “the trial of the decade”.
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