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Jean-Xavier de Lestrade
In the opening scene Knox is shown driving a Volkswagen (internal shots), but the car that she arrives at the house in is a Subaru. See more »
Nick Pisa - Freelance Journalist, The Daily Mail:
But hey, what are we supposed to do? We are journalists and we are reporting what we are being told. It's not as if I can say "Hold on a minute, I just want to double check that myself in some other way, who knows how, and I'll let my rival get in there first before me, and then, hey, I've lost a scoop." It doesn't work like that, not in the news game.
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If you're looking for a piece of media to clear the confusing facts for you - this is not it.
The documentary is clearly very biased towards Amanda, making her the sole focus of the documentary and not the case - I am aware that it is titled after her name and therefore about her, but I feel the documentary unjustly shifted the focus of finding the truth from the case to a more "we're trying to prove she's innocent" film.
Would recommend to anyone looking for a good entertainment documentary, but in my opinion it does nothing but feed into the idea that Knox is innocent and absolves her of any involvement within the crime, feeding in to her dramatics.
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