|Release Date:||July 23, 2019|
|Review Date:||August 6, 2019|
This is one of the most callous, reprehensible, infuriating, straightforward crimes that is so clearly open and shut.
Until it's not.
Well done—and haunting—it will break your heart, wring your mind, then drive you up the everlovin' wall only to eat you alive, spit you out, and devour you whole all over again for grins and giggles.
O' for a world in which legal and just were one and the same.
Until then, we're stuck with that O.J. sorta world in which illegal and unjust intersect periodically but not predictably.
Bang head here.