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Michael Cole 3 years ago
Terribly sad story
Dónal Kennedy 5 years ago
Gripping true crime meets touching, if lavishly self-indulgent, eulogy
Nick Fenton over 5 years ago
The content far out shines the clunky and poor technical aspects of this doco
ashley lee almost 6 years ago
Heartbreaking. Good, but I don't know that I could watch again because of what happens.
Martin Stannard 6 years ago
Heartbreakingly sad tale
Raymond DeMarre almost 7 years ago
Sad movie. The political activism at the end turns me off from wanting to rewatch it.
Fernando Olivas almost 7 years ago
Right to the feels.
Chelsea Foreman 7 years ago
Mind blowing and life-changing. incredible and exciting true crime documentary
Emily over 7 years ago
So raw and honest. Absolutely heartbreaking. I couldn't watch it again, but it's worth it.
Steve Tetreault almost 8 years ago
Amazing, and terribly tragic.
Lena Telianidi almost 8 years ago
a very emotional story. it makes you feel rage and love at the same time.
Tomasz Klebek almost 8 years ago
I dont know what to say about this one, Beautiful. but i couldn't watch it again.
Niklas Pivic almost 8 years ago
Epically tragic, from romantic and legal points of view.
Dylan Clites almost 8 years ago
The saddest movie of all time. Great story that's worth telling though.
Jenny Forsyth 3 months ago
Katie Watson over 2 years ago
Mick over 2 years ago
jazoonya Bodega almost 3 years ago
Dear Zachary: A Letter to a Son about his Father is a 2008 film directed by Kurt Kuenne. "A true love story about murder, friendship, betrayal and family Dr. Andrew Bagby, raised in Silicon Valley, was murdered by Dr. Shirley Turner, the mother of his unborn child. Bagby’s childhood friend, filmmaker and Cinequest alum Kurt Kuenne (Scrapbook, Drive-in Movie Memories), initially intended to make this film for Bagby’s son, Zachary, as a way he could get to know his father. But when Turner flees to Newfoundland to escape her arrest for murder, the film and Kuenne take a new direction." Quoting the synopsis from the 2008 Cinequest Film Festival site.
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