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People believed Amanda Knox was capable of murder because of her 'crazy eyes'

If there's one thing Netflix's Amanda Knox documentary has caused viewers to re-evaluate in her infamous murder trials, it's how she was judged for her behavior and appearance at the time. The "Amanda Knox" filmmakers Brian McGinn and Rod Blackhurst appeared on Netflix's "Chelsea" on Friday and discussed what they found were the hardest things for Knox to overcome during the trials.
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Entertainment / Television : Slate: Television

The filmmakers Rod Blackhurst and Brian McGinn began working on Amanda Knox, their documentary about the 20-year-old American convicted of a sordid murder in Italy, in 2011, as Knox and her alleged co-conspirator, Raffaele Sollecito...

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Pop Culture / Celebrity : Jezebel

Hot on the heels of Making of a Murderer, Netflix is releasing another true crime documentary, this one focusing on the trial of Amanda Knox, the American student accused of murdering her British roommate Meredith Kercher while stud...

5 Things to Know About the Amanda Knox Case Before You Watch Netflix's Documentary

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In 2007, Amanda Knox went from a regular college student to a infamous murder suspect after her roommate was found dead in their shared apartment in Perugia, Italy. Knox, who was studying abroad at the time, quickly became a media s...

Did Amanda Knox Reveal Her True Self in the Netflix Documentary? Director Brian McGinn Tells All

Entertainment / Television : EOnline: TV Scoop

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

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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 know...


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