From true crime to 'is it true?' crime – these days the most buzzworthy documentaries seem to be the most ambiguous, all the better for whipping social media into a frenzied 'but did they do it?' debate.
So on the heels of 'Making a Murderer' (a second season of which is also on the way), Netflix has unveiled its upcoming documentary on Amanda Knox – the convicted, acquitted, re-convicted and finally re-acquitted not-actually-the-murderer of British student Meredith Kercher.
Leaning into the conceit, Netflix has released two trailers for the series, one (above) portraying Knox as the traumatised victim of a miscarriage of justice, the other as her wild-eyed suspicion-arousing 'Foxy Knoxy' tabloid alter-ego.
Watch both and then soak luxuriantly in your own barely justified preconceptions!
‘Amanda Knox’ hits Netflix on September 30.
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