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The Killer Inside Me

USA, 2000 (MIFF 2001, Eyeball To Eyeball - The Many Obsessions of Errol Morris)

Director: Errol Morris

Sondra London's childhood fantasy came true. She had always imagined a bogeyman on a black stailion sweeping her up and riding off into the night. She dated Gerald Schaefer as a teenager but dumped him when he began to refate his own fantasy: to brutally murder women. London rekindled their romance twenty years later when Schaefer was on death row for slaughtering numerous victims personally claiming his body count exceeded one hundred. Morns paints a grim picture of a serial killer groupie (London later married another multiple murderer) who has also made a good living writing about her experiences. Bring a hand to hold.

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