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Aileen: Life And Death Of A Serial Killer (2003)
Director: Nick Broomfield
Category: Documentary, Special Interest
Studio: Columbia / TriStar
89 mins



Includes The Last Interviews With America's First Female Serial Killer

Acclaimed director Nick Broomfield's vision takes you behind the sensational headlines of America's first female serial killer and into the true life and unbalanced mind of a woman trying to deal with a brutal past and an even more deadly future. Both timely and terrifying, this powerful film provides an unsparing look at a madwoman's trial, appeal and execution.

You will be mesmerized by the true and tragic story of a paranoid prostitute who began killing her customers in a murderous rage. Peter Travers of Rolling Stone says "her eyes, radiating madness, will haunt your dreams."

Filmed at Aileen Wuornos' request, and containing her last interviews, this unflinching film recounts Aileen's life at the margins of society and shows her escalating psychological unraveling as she approaches her execution.


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