Shortly after she was arrested, she announced that she was pregnant with his child, whom she named Zachary. I couldn't fathom to begin to imagine the inescapable anger these people are feeling. Had no clue what was about to happen; it hit me like a ton of bricks. But I would still suggest watching it, because nothing else matches it's intensity. Andrew's parents, Kathleen and David, move to Newfoundland, Canada where the ex-girlfriend has gone. Soon after, when she announces she's pregnant, one of Andrew's many close friends, Kurt Kuenne, begins this film, a gift to the child.
You won't walk away from this feeling like you need to change the world in any profound way, other than maybe adjusting some custody rules for fucking insane people. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll be mad, you'll learn, and you'll have hope. It's the best documentary I've ever seen, hands down. I felt sick to my stomach afterward. Don't get me wrong, literally everyone is right about how depressing it is. . I've seen this twice, yes I willingly watched this again knowing full and well what to expect and still cried.
I personally feel it's an important story and that the family deserves to have their story shared and the injustice brought to light. I was going through the trauma of my own abuse as a youth at the time, so I was very distracted. My wife and my 2 boys 4 and 1 are wonderful. Correct title and year of release are mandatory. I guess I never thought about it this way. There is no movie that has even given me the emotional ride that this one did. Personal attacks or comments that insult, demean or threaten users will be removed and result in bans.
In the same way that looking at art can enrich your life. Best true crime doc since The Thin Blue Line, imo. Friends, relatives, and colleagues say warm and loving things about Andrew, home movies confirm his exuberance. Shared it with my parents. They await an arrest and trial of the murderer.
Andrew Bagby, a medical student, was murdered by his girlfriend Shirley Jane Turner soon after he ended their stormy relationship in 2001. Soon after, when she announces she's pregnant, one of Andrew's many close friends, Kurt Kuenne, begins this film, a gift to the child. I was just told that it was a good docu. She didn't know I was watching a movie. I can't imagine going through what the Bagby's had to. When i finished watching this I immediately found my wife and kids and hugged and kissed them and told them how much I loved them.
My husband cried, but thanked me for encouraging him to watch it. I prefer to be apprised of the horrors other people commit, even if it'll seriously bum me out. I haven't suffered enough loss in my time on this earth to really be emotional to things, I guess. The colour superimposed on the headline, plus what sounds like a howl of unknowable rage and pain from David. And the way the filmmaker transitioned into a blood-red screen with the sound of a scream, coinciding with the exact moment that you are slammed with the first realization of what ultimately happened - right after you thought the worst had already happened. Download Small Description In 2001, Andrew Bagby, a medical resident, is murdered not long after breaking up with his girlfriend.
If you were fortunate enough to not have the details spoiled for you--watch it. It doesn't give away the biggest point of change but it does inform the viewer of the nature of the documentary. And as much as they stress me out, as much as work and my mortgage stress me out, I really cant stop thinking about how damn lucky I really am. Another redditor said it very well - it will destroy your faith in humanity, and then rebuild it. Sure it was sad, and really unfortunate, but life sucks and shit happens, is how I ration. Watching this extremely personal and powerful film gives an insight to grief and strength that one might not otherwise feel first hand.
The other side of it, though, is the immense respect and affection you'll develop for a truly remarkable couple. It's more personal and heartfelt than almost any other documentaries I've seen and perhaps up there in terms of a film as well. I personally hate how our province failed the Bagby's and every time I watch this documentary, I am blown away by their strength and their commitment to making sure this never happens again. But you will walk s away with an experience that won't likely be recreated by anything else. It has its moments where it makes it hard to watch because of the sheer emotions involved but that's what makes it brilliant. Respect the community, and do not consign their comments to the memory hole.
They await an arrest and trial of the murderer. It's best viewed knowing nothing about the subject, and letting it unfold like a true crime narrative, because that's what it functions best as. At least read the summary within the video description. Not spoiling anything when I say any of this but the love between two best friends, parent's love for their kids and the incredible kindness of entire city towards total strangers were some of the things that I found very uplifting about this movie. I'm Canadian and I had no idea this happened. Always message the mods instead of attacking users in public. I don't think I could ever watch it again.
I completely understand the point of view of how it's not really doing anything for the viewer aside from depressing you, though. Hate is too great a burden to bear. It's been a slow day at work, so I'm sitting here at my desk crying my fucking eyes out, and all I want to do is drive to daycare, hold my little girl in my arms and brush some hair off her forehead. The movie didn't get me that bad. I've watched it twice and even knowing how it turns out didn't keep me from bawling the second time.