I liked the music; it seemed to support the mood of the film. Though a color film, it echos classic film noir of the nineteen forties and fifties. Admirable direction, competent casting and believable. settings took me back to childhood. Such brutal crimes as these actually factual and depicted reveal inhumanity of the worst kind. The film acts warn viewers to avoid placing themselves in vulnerable situations, but reveals the tragedy of the crimes through the reactions of the actors and props. Key example is the reaction of John Travolta in the scene with thr tricycle box, slowly opening it, reacting in horror, turning away, slowly walking to the road and falling slowly onto his knees.. I disliked nothing about this film. Kudos to all concerned with the creation and production.