Aileen: Life and Death of a Serial Killer has to be Nick Broomfield's best film to date. Aided by the phenomenal camera work of Peter Watkins' protégé Joan Churchill, the two film makers capture the final days of convicted murder (and madwoman) Aileen Wuronos. Nick Broomfield put his heart into this project. He tries to delve deeper into the shattered and hateful psyche of Aileen (whom he has interviewed in the past) and continues to search for answers. I liked this documentary better … more
Pros: Chilling, Great interviews, behind the scenes look Cons: unanswered questions The Bottom Line: Good solid documentary. Jail house interviews with Aileen Wurnous. Riveting. Plot Details: This opinion reveals major details about the movie''s plot. Due to all of the hype regarding Monster - I decided to check out the DVD of Nick Bloomfield and was not disappointed at the results. I am a fan of Nick's … more
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