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On the evening of Nov. 5, 2001, Dr. Andrew Bagby was murdered in a parking lot in western Pennsylvania. The prime suspect, his ex- girlfriend Dr. Shirley Turner, promptly fled the United States for St. Johns, Newfoundland -- where she announced that she was pregnant with Andrew's child. She named the little boy Zachary. Filmmaker Kurt Kuenne, Andrew's childhood friend, originally began this film as a way for little Zachary to learn about his father -- until Shirley Turner, whom Canada allowed to walk free on bail while awaiting extradition to the United States, took matters into her own hands...
"By far one of the greatest films I've seen in the last few years. The movie is phenomenal." -- Muldoon, AIN'T IT COOL NEWS
"One of the best documentaries I have ever seen in my entire life... a film that will rock you to your core." -- Erik Davis, CINEMATICAL.COM
"Stunningly Personal" -- NEW YORK MAGAZINE
"a gut-wrenching true-crime story" -- Peter Debruge, VARIETY
"a true-crime story so gripping, devastating, and unforgettable that it easily trumps any thriller Hollywood has to offer this year." -- Martin Tsai, VILLAGE VOICE
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This is an absolute must-see for anyone but especially those who: are interested in the criminal justice system, are interested in true crime, have tragically lost a loved-one, and/or have a heart.
I will be buying several copies of this film to give to friends and family.
Heart wrenching story, amazingly well told with an important message (that has been heard and achieved a response through Canadian law).
Sadly it was not in time.
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I can't understand why the reviews of this are so high. Sorry, but this is one of the worst made documentaries I've seen. It's really amateur. Read morePublished on April 5 2013 by Cairo
Although I agree with the above reviewers that the documentary was a tremendous feat of editing and storytelling, I cannot recommend this movie. Read morePublished on April 15 2012 by Groundhog