Transcending the Conventions of “True Crime” in Love & Terror on the Howling Plains of Nowhere

by Dave Jannetta In the broadest sense – I made “Love and Terror” because it’s a film that I would want see. On the surface, it has the elements of documentaries that I love: a riveting underlying story, fascinating characters, a unique setting, and the opportunity to explore a seemingly foreign universe. Yet, I aimed to

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