As part of the Movie Morality Blogathon Jeff Pike over at the blog PKCan'tExplain has posted a review of Dear Zachary, a film he says "roots itself with ease and confidence inside the true-crime subgenre of
documentary filmmaking, where all talk sooner or later focuses
inevitably, and naturally enough, on 'evil' and 'justice'.":
Dear Zachary at Can't Explain
"Because there's no justice here. Morality gets no purchase, and is
revealed for what it is: merely good ideas, not mandatory. One person
managed to successfully trample the system at large for a few
years—separate criminal justice systems in Canada and Pennsylvania—for
no more reason than that she wanted to, and along the way she
irrevocably destroyed multiple lives and sent many dozen more sprawling
in one way or another."
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