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Casting JonBenet - 2017 - Kitty Green - The Last New Wave





Casting JonBenet was recently nominated for the Best Documentary prize at the 7th Annual AACTA Awards. As a slight retrospective, we're adding our review of this interesting documentary to the feed for The Last New Wave. Directed by Kitty Green, this documentary hit Netflix earlier this year and takes a fascinating look at the actors who are enlisted to portray the lives of the family members and townsfolk who were shocked by the still unsolved murder of six year old JonBenet Ramsey.

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