As captivating a documentary as you’re likely to find, this chronicle of the 2017 murder of journalist Kim Wall at the hands of eccentric Danish entrepreneur Peter Madsen is a study on how to deliberately let a headline-grabbing story unfold. Australian Emma Sullivan happened to be making a film about Madsen at the time of the killing, and the retroactive interviews with him, along with the cooperation of his team, instantly turn this into a haunting and fascinating look into the mind of a psychopath.

4.5/5 stars