Film Review: 'All Good Things,' a Sharp, Unsettling Inspired-by-Real-Life Thriller From 'Capturing the Friedmans' Director Andrew Jarecki
The case of Robert Durst is one of the strangest and most exasperating in the annals of unsolved crime. Long suspected of responsibility for two dead bodies and one missing person, he's been the subject of numerous investigations by journalists and, less fruitfully, the judicial system.
All Good Things, Andrew Jarecki's first narrative feature, sticks to the known facts, changes everyone's name and imagines its way into the dark corners of the story. As in his haunting documentary Capturing the Friedmans, the crimes and misdemeanors of the nuclear family are a central concern, but here the director also explores the unholy trinity of money, power and privilege.
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