I loved this movie in a heartbreaking kind of way. I think this story was told as real as they could tell it. No one really knows what is going on with any one specific person, ever. Sadly, it isn't until something horrific happens that people try to put the pieces together, and understand the story. And, as this movies shows, even then, we may never truly know. I get that when loss this profound happens in the world, we NEED someone to blame, we NEED answers, and more than that, we need answers WE can live with. I think sometimes it isn't so much the crime, event, or person/persons responsible in the end, it is what we need to tell ourselves and believe, so we can move on. I think the mother's were great, and depicted true heartbreak, the worst kind, losing your child to violence. Thanks for making this movie in such a way, that makes us all think.