I am sorry to say that I watched the Lifetime movie "Amanda Knox: Murder On Trial In Italy" and came away with a feeling that someone was trying to pull a fast one with the intention of making Amanda Knox look guilty, when I know in fact she is innocent. The movie had more than a few parts that were pure fiction, and even the documentary that followed the movie seemed to be coming from a negative place. I got through the movie ok, but could not stay with the documentary for more than 20 minutes as it contained simply too much Mignini, and journalists Barbie and Nicky. All I can say is- anyone who wants to know the truth about this case should start digging around for more objective sources than this misleading movie on Knox. There is plenty of information available on this case and Amanda Knox. I think it is pathetic that such a bad movie was made out of such a profound subject.
Fiction aside, the real Amanda Knox is an innocent victim of a rush to judgement. Hopefully she will go free after her appeal is over and get on with her life. For someone who is innocent of this crime she has had enough sticks and stones thrown at her to last more than a Lifetime (pun intended). I am really surprised that Lifetime allowed the movie to go ahead- particularly since the movie has entire scenes that are pure fiction, and the case in the middle of appeal. If I were them I would be a little concerned about possible legal action coming from all sides. They just had to push it.
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