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Casting JonBenet | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix



In 1996, Boulder, Colorado was rocked by the mysterious death of six-year-old pageant queen, JonBenet Ramsey. Two decades later, director Kitty Green returns to audition local actors, unpacking how each remembers and relates to the ill-fated Ramsey family. A darkly moving exploration of crime, guilt and personal bias, Casting JonBenet expertly blurs the lines between documentary and drama. Now streaming exclusively on Netflix.

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Casting JonBenet | Official Trailer [HD] | Netflix

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  1. The last part of the video and the music touched me as if it's saying that all this is happening and jonbenet is in heaven wearing g her favorite dress and not caring about anything anymore… 😢

  2. This By the far most complicated Documentary film all of time , just watching the actor has the different mindset of the tragedy , This Film Deserve a Super A+

  3. In inside Edition it said they did a DNA test and it leaded to a unknown man but that man could be dead,and i know i should'nt jump to conclusions but i think the man knew he was wanted

  4. I watched and it sucks could not watch more than 10 minutes. a bunch of guys speaking endless.
    boring

  5. I live in her house and I pray for that little angel we left the whole house the same and I sleep in her room and we go down in the basement and I still see that little body in my head

  6. At the risk of sounding insensitive, why is this case such a big deal? I understand that people are morbidly fascinated by stories of lost innocence, but the extent to which Jon Benet's disappearance has captured the American imagination for so many decades is a little strange. Thousands of American children just as innocent and vulnerable as Jon Benet go missing every year, and millions more around the world — and most of them also end up dead. But you hardly ever hear about these other cases, even if it has happened in recent times in a town only hours away from where you live. Don't get me wrong, what happened to this little girl was horrid and her murderer deserves to be brought to justice. But my question is this: how has her death acquired such mythological proportions, and why has the world been so adamant in its fascination of her in a way that has transformed her from a real child who once really lived, to just an object of morbid wonder?

  7. me parece una aberracion lo que hacen estos actores + netfelix ojala suspendan esta serie y dejen de atormentar al espiritu de esa niña, va en contra de la ley de dios que ojala la tenga en la gloria

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