Haunting and heartbreaking.
Simple, beautifully and respectfully done, and while incredibly damning it's somehow mighty therapeutic, too.
Gorgeous, powerful soundtrack and sublime Charleston, SC scenery.
Behind that veneer, though, hell on earth.
A few quotes that caught my ear:
"There's a saying in Charleston: We're too poor to paint, but we're too proud to whitewash."
“The past is never dead. It’s not even past.” (William Faulkner)
"You're dying to tell someone about it, but you're scared to death that anybody will find out." (Guerry Glover, the first to come forward publicly)
"By outward appearances they were successful, high-functioning guys, but I didn't understand what I was getting into...other than I knew it was the rich people in Charleston and they harbored a pedophile. That's all I needed to know." (David Flowers, attorney for Guerry Glover)