|Director||Nick Broomfield Joan Churchill|
|Cast||Aileen Wuornos Nick Broomfield Terry Humphreys-Slay Leitha Prather Shirley Humphreys Joe Hobson Steve Glazer Dawn Botkins Arlene Pralle Tyria Moore Muriel Blount Danny Caldwell Jerry Moss Michelle Chauvin Dennis Allen Jesse 'The Human Bomb' Aviles Dick Mills Brian Jarvis Joan Murray Jeb Bush|
|Awards||2010 Donostia-San Sebastián International Film Festival|
|Plot||... see Aileen: Life and Death of a Serial Killer on IMDb|
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|"We have evil in us, all of us do, and my evil just happened to come out because of the circumstances," said serial killer Aileen Wuornos in an interview conducted shortly before her execution in 2002. Director Nick Broomfield, in this sequel to his previous documentary Aileen Wuornos: The Selling of a Serial Killer, delves further into Wuornos's horrific childhood (including an interview with her biological mother) and follows the appeals process as her case goes through its final efforts. But the movie's core are the fascinating, devastating interviews with Wuornos herself, alternately lucid and delusional as she obsesses about the police, whom she believes allowed her murders to happen to increase the potential for profit from movies and books about the case. Anyone who's seen Monster, based on Wuornos's story, will find the real woman even more compelling and frightening than Charlize Theron's award-winning portrayal. --Bret Fetzer|
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