Netflix released a pair of trailers on Thursday for its forthcoming documentary Amanda Knox, a film that by the looks of the footage, was made with considerable cooperation from Knox. Each trailer asks viewers to perform a different thought exercise. The first one asks viewers to “Believe Her” and offers a preview of the film through the lens of a young college student whose life was completely upended by the gruesome 2007 murder of her roommate, British exchange student Meredith Kercher — a crime in which she was falsely implicated and that led her into an 8-year legal nightmare. “I felt like a child again,” Knox confesses to the camera, crying. “And I knew … I was a kid.”
The second trailer, “Suspect Her,” asks viewers to ponder whether Knox, who served time in an Italian prison but has had her murder conviction overturned twice, got away with the crime. “We weren’t best friends,” Knox says of Kercher, “but I was shocked by what happened to her.” After a montage of news footage that now looks surprisingly grainy, the trailer shows Knox looking directly at the camera and making her own chilling speculation. “Either I’m a psychopath in sheep’s clothing … or … I … am … you,” a stoic Knox tells viewers.
Watch both trailers below:
The documentary debuts on September 30.
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