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Netflix's Amanda Knox Documentary Puts the Media, and a Viewer's Assumptions, on Trial

Rod Blackhurst and Brian McGinn’s Amanda Knox, premiering September 30 in theaters and on Netflix, is different from other documentaries in the increasingly popular true crime genre because its subject’s story is already widely known. So what’s the point of telling it again? Read more...
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