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I watched "The Social Dilemma" on Netflix recently and I have to be honest it really opened my eyes on how Social Media impact our lives not only in the "people are always on their phones, they don't know how to communicate anymore" but for political propaganda, financial gain, etc...
A lot darker than i had previously imagined. Plus it was easy to follow, even if some bits were pretty technical.
The story of this serial killer can be found on several platforms.....but Netflix came out with their 4 part series earlier this month.
Back in the 1980's, a serial killer was terrorizing the LA/SF areas of California. Not only did he murder people, but he also sexually assaulted women and children.
Netflix focuses on the victims, victim's families and the law enforcement personnel who hunted him down during this time.
The 2 main cops who led the charge(with many others) do a pretty good job of letting the viewers know just how stressed and dedicated they were trying to catch him.
I have read that some of the crime scene photos shown....should not have been shown. I disagree. It was necessary, in my opinion, to view just how brutal the murders and crime scenes were. After all, this is an MA rated documentary.
I almost stopped it after appr 10 min of the first ep....solely because I felt that I could watch a 45 min Youtube vid that tells me all I want to know. I am glad I stuck with it.