We’ve consumed a lot of Netflix documentaries lately. Some good, some freaky.
Shirkers (imdb | rotten tomatoes) was a true art piece, a small story told in such a compelling and honest way.
Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes (imdb | rotten tomatoes) was mostly pulp, but a bit fascinating because I don’t remember reading much about the case before. Like, how many times did the guy escape?
Meanwhile, Abducted In Plain Sight (imdb | rotten tomatoes) beggared belief. We watched it last night and we’re still bewildered by it today. Not that it was hard to understand; just that…the parents. Watch it. You’ll understand.