Audrie & Daisy (2017)


  Release Date: Mar 27, 2017
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  Runtime: 95 min
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The voices of the two boys convicted of sexually assaulting their high educational classmate Audrie Pott, after defacing her passed-out body when crudely written messages in green marker and as well as sharing said photos around social media, are flat, bland, and sometimes in two minds as they portray what happened that night. Their words are unintentionally revealing nearly the mindset of people who think that this behavior is in any showing off all right. The boys are in big distressing but they are slightly dismayed as to why. Shown in spaciousness to hide their identities, the boys’ interviews subsequent to Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk, husband-and-wife co-directors of the documentary “Audrie & Daisy,” were share of the boys’ plea settlement, and hence the boys are strangely passive, submitting to the critical in a alleviate and clueless way that is very unnerving. The entire documentary is unnerving. Focusing upon four surgically remove rape cases also eerie similarities, “Audrie & Daisy” is a stark portrait of a excruciating which is not in any showing off local, aberrant, or random. The difficulty is systemic.

Audrie & Daisy, 8.0 out of 10 based on 1 rating

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