Killing for Love

Killing for Love

Obsessed young lovers, heinous murders, a sensational trial, and a shocking miscarriage of justice. KILLING FOR LOVE is a riveting dissection of the 1985 courtroom battle that played out on television, and its disturbing aftermath. Convicted of brutally murdering his girlfriend’s parents, Jens Soering has been in prison for over 30 years. The series reveals for the first time the mounting evidence of his innocence. Highly cinematic in the way of The Staircase, as suspenseful as Serial, and as confounding as Making of a Murderer, KILLING FOR LOVE is your next true crime binge.

Member Reviews

Absolutely enthralling. I love how the narrative unfolds and makes the viewer think, question, and analyze the words and "truths" that are being told to the audience. What you think you know at the beginning will be turned on its head by the last episode. Highly recommended for anyone who enjoyed the Thin Blue Line, HBO's The Jinx, and Netflix's The Keepers.

rrocks1241
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a month ago

Excellent

Buster12
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a month ago

So good!

charlene s.
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2 months ago

I'm really digging all the making a murderer series lately

littlebits
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2 months ago

i have followed this case - admittedly, mostly only vaguely, through national media reports - since the crime occurred. this documentary, however, provides an explosive & deep exposure of yet another terrible miscarriage of american justice. it is a searing film, parts almost unwatchable: the details of the crime itself

carafuse
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2 months ago